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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1897)
T H K H K S P K II 1 A N
Harry Harper and Misses Shultz and
Mattie Bnrks of Beatrice attended the
Mr. A. A. Reed, principal of the Crete
High School, and a delegation of Crete
students took in the Charter day exercises.
D. T. Smith, jeweler 1140 0 street,
gives a liberal discount to all students
trading with him. Watch repairs a
Miss Katharine M. Melick 796 has re
cently been elected English instructor in
the Red Oak, Iowa, high school. Miss
Melick is one of our most distinguished
literary students. She has completed all
the courses offered in the English depart
ment. Last spring she creditably filled
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Mr. Bates. Her ability as a verse and
story writter is known to all Hesperian
readers. Red Oak is fortunate in secur
ing her as an instructor.
Friday evening, after the rendition of
the different society rrograms, the society
building association held a reception in
Palladian hall. The hall was somewhat
crowded, but this fact did not materially
effect the sociability. After a half hour
of hand shaking and general social in
tercourse, ices were served. President
Evans of the building association is to
be commended for his efforts in making
the reception a success.
Tomorrow night occurs an event in
which the whole university should be in
terested. It is the concert by the Y. M.
0. A. Glee Club. The club has amply
demonstrated during the year, their abil
ity to please their audiences. It has a
repetoire of the choicest songs varing
from themes religious to the most "fetch
ing" of college jokes. The club will be
assisted by two talented soloists, Mjiss
Lilian Ohase and Cord L. Ailler. The
boys have been very gpnoroiis in s'miui?
for different university aflairs and wo
should prove ourselves as generous as the
city which is going to do well by the
The matter of the regents furnishing
students text books was presented to the
regents, at their regular meeting last
Monday. It was urged: First, that the
statutes contain such a provision. It
was asked, why this had not been eu
forced. Second, that students desire
books at lowest possible cost. Third,
that there is a feeling among students
that they are not obtaining books at
lowest possible cost. The regents were
surprised to find that such a provision
was on the statutes unenforced, and
chargined te learn of the workings of the
present "co-operative" plan. No action
was taken, but the matter will come )
at their next regular meeting.
The Junior promenade took place at
the Lincoln hotel last Friday evening.
The ball room was tastily decorated with
the class, tho university and the national
colors. Twenty two dances were enjoyed.
Mrs. Willoughby7s orchestra furnished
the music. Betweeen the interludes re
freshments were served. The patron?
and patronesses were: Chancellor and
Mrs. MacLean, Prof, and Mrs. E. H.
Barbour, Captain and Mrs. Gnilfoyle,
Prof, and Mrs. Richards, Dr. and Mrs.
Ladd, Prof, and Mrs. Willard Kimball,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gere, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Morrill. Thoso who deserve spec
ial praise for making the affair the sooial
success that it was, are: Misses Gere,
Carscadden, Schwartz, Lansing,Cropsey;
Messrs. Burgert, Wiggenhorn, Morrison,
Weeks, Belnap, True and Davenport.
Cata phoresis for Painless Filling.
im. F. D. SHERWIN,
Room 17 Burr Blook, Sooond Flaor
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