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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1897)
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C. E. Weseott has left the university.
1330 0 street. Jas. Kolbach custom
G. C. Howard spent examination "week
in "Weeping "Water.
"Bet work in the city. Merchant's
"W. H. HolHngsworth spent Sunday at
his home in Beatrice.
Cull and see us in our new shop at 1144
0 street. R. & 0.
Dr. Bessey will deliver a lecture in
Beatrice this (Piiday) evening.
Tlio class of '00 held a business moot
ing on Saturday. No one was hurt.
Merchant's Barber Shop. Good work
guaranteed. Brace Block.
Mr. Thomas Corr, of Stapelhurst, vis
ited his (laughter Miss Racheal last week.
Miss Kate Joyce, who has been suffer
ing from an attack of the grip is much
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity gave an
enjoyable dancing party lajt Saturday
Miss Cora Barrett spent the latter part
of last week visiting friends at Prairie
ThP Jnuny frien(3s of fisg pjorence
Smith will be pleased to learn that she
improving after her long illness.
The Delian society held a business
meeting Friday evening and then ad
journed to attend the Union contest.
The latest scheme of the legislators is
w Uie shape of a bill to prevent fratei
1Jty organizations in the university.
Miss Bessie Walker was called to
ilattsmonth on Saturday to attend the
mnaral of her aunt Mrs. James Patterson.
A three hour course in History of
Aaglo Ruxon Literature by Dr. Peterson
course in Old Testament Litera
ture by Pf0f. Sherman are offered this
D. T. Smith, jeweler 1140 O street,
gives a liberal discount to all students
trading with him. Watch repairs a
Roland Bulla '92 was married at Ful
lerton, !eb., Jan. 26 to Miss Ruth Davis.
Mr. Bulla is now editor of the Schuyler
Prof. Barbei inspected six high schools
during examination week and returned
home Saturday in time to attend the
The Physics Journal club did not meet
Monday night so as to give several of the
members an opportunity to see Thomas
Thomas Kemp has returned to take up
his university work again after being
home two months because of the illness
and death of his mother.
A fine collection of one hundred sea
weeds was received by the botanical de
partment last week from Miss Josephine
Tilden of the University of Minnisota.
Coal to burn. Charles B. Gregory, U.
of N. 191, sells all kinds of coal at 1100
O street in in the basement of the Rich
ards block. Students are invited to call.
Resolutions were passed in the Palla
dian and Delian boys' debating clubs
last Saturday evening, favoring the pur
chase of text books by the regents.
There are quite a few new students
registered this semester. The new courses
in beginning classes have made it much
easier for them to enter at this time of
There was a special meeting ot the
electrical engineers last Saturday even
ing. Mr. Randall was elected as general
superintendent of the Chaiter Day ex
hibit. The juniors and seniors have.been
excused from laboratory work for the
next two weeks and will put in their af
ternoons fixing up novelties. On motion
of Mr- Sawyer a reception committee is
to be appointed for the better enter
ment of the Charter Day guests.
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