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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1897)
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or Gth of March. Thus far live caudida
dates have manifested a desire to enter
the contest. They are working with a
zeal which promises one of the most en
thusiastic contests yet held in the univer
sity." It is evident that the contestants and
the officers of the association will do their
part. It only remains for the student
lioily to do its part.
J. W. S parson Sundayed in Weeping
L. E. Mumford spent the latter part of
last week in Beatrice.
Merchant's Barber Shop. Good work
guaranteed. Brace Block.
Miss Flora Bullock is again confined
to her room with the grip.
President Carter gave a short talk in
Chapel, Monday morning.
Call and see our new hydraulic chairs
at 1144 0 street. R & C
A. H. Hollingsworth is unable to be in
the university the rest of! the year.
Best work in the city. Merchant's
The Lincoln and Beatrice High Schools
ave arranged for a series of joint debates.
Prof. Burnett entertained his second
.war German class last Saturday evening.
The IT. 13. D. C. has adopted resolu-
loiis favoring the bill to prohibit foot
, ' W. Crabtree, principal of the Beat
"l'e schools, was a caller at the university
Mr. II. A Konter '93, who has secured
,w'lgrpe in the university of Heildol
B returned last week to Lincoln, where
,lfi will locate.
prof. Nicholson occupied a considera
'elrt of the chapel hour, Monday,
Wg experiments with cane and beet
F. A. Wynegur. a former student, is
visiting university friends.
Miss Rushton, a former student, is
visiting university friends.
Miss Elizabeth Tompson reports
progressdn her school work at Wymore.
Regent Thomas Rawlins made some
pointed remarks during chapel hour
Prof. F. M. Fling has been instrumen
tal in having the Wayne High School
placed on the accredited list.
Miss Mary "Wallace has resumed her
studies after spending a few days at her
home in Omaha, on account of sickness.
Students We Can save you money if
you buy your fuel from us. We have all
kinds of Coal at reasonable prices.
Kans. and tfeb. Fuel Co.,
1008 0 St , Tel. 335.
Among those from out of town who
attended the Junior promonade were:
Misses Hartigan of Hastings; McKay,
Jaynos, Bowen, Bartlett of Omaha and
Clark of Nebraska City.
The following members of Mrs. Hodg
man's circle of King's Daughters are
conducting the sewing school at the
Graham Taylor house: Misses Helena
Bedford, Mercy "Walker, Kempton,
"Walvoord, Mrs. T. M. Hodgman and
Mrs. F. L. Evarts.
The Alpha Psi, the local chapter of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity, was ushered in
to existence last Saturday evening. C.
A. Turroll assisted C. R. Randolph of
Wabash college in directing the install
ation. The charter members of Alpha
Tsi, are: L. H. Robbins, C. E. Matson,
C. F. Schwartz, C. A. Fisher, William
Grant, L. V. Patch, C. C. Culver and C.
Coal to burn. Charles B. Gregory, U.
of N. '91, sells all kinds of coal at 1100
0 street in in the basement of the Rich
ards block. Students are invited to call.
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