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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1897)
Cistern school, which has all the advan
tage of wealth, age and tradition to give
a western institution much credit. As
Mr. Bates shows, the attitude of eastern
institutions of learning towards those of
the west is mnch the same as that of
'England towards America overbearing,
or unbendingly tolerant. It is indeed
gratifying to know that although strug
gling with "both poverty and inexperience,
onr dear old university is coming tip to
the standard of the best schools in Amer
ica. We have no traditions, no history,
bnt we have an institution built xvpon the
solid rock of native brain and determi
nation with faculty and students as de
voted to the cause of higher education as
those in anv of our older listers.
The botanical -seminal- held a 'meeting
Swl C Abbott 96, 'was up rom Ne
braska 'City Friday ;and Satnrday.
The Y. M. '0. A. 'Glee clnb sang .at Uhe
oiigregatnonalchutch lastSnnday night.
Rumor has it tJhat line senior -girls will
have a partj- before llong -and no boys
will be admitted.
for ipronc'h Dictionaries Miens
pocket, UaseelT's, Masons, -etc.., Ctc. rft
to v price go 'to Uleipolshenmer & 'Oo.
Prof. Hampson will lecture before tine
ooioty of Electrical l&ngineei-s Saturday
evening. AH1 who are interested tin tihe
practical man are invited tto come ou't.
Miss Tracheal 'Ooi'i- of 'flZ. (has been
pornpHllca to leave school on account of
sickness. She -expects "to 'rtflrann, iff her
health will fpor-n-rtt, .and jguaflntfta witih
The Palladian boys "debate wfDli Hfhe
esleyan Univei-sity wfllita'ke (rlace "Sat
urday, Hawih W. Subject, "Resolved,
that denominational schools -are -doing
'"ore good than state wnvHtaitUmy
Miss Laura Manlick a former student,
has been sick in Callaway, where she is
teaching this years
The petition to the legislature, against
the foot-hall hill, was signed almost
unanimously hy the members of the lit
erary societies, Friday evening,
Stodexts We can save you money if
you buy your fuel from us. We have all
lands of Coal at reasonable prices.
Hutchins & Hyatt.,
1040 0 Street.
Dr. Victor Rosewater addressed & 'fair
sized audience, in the chapel, Tuesday
evening, on the "" Difficulties of City
Charter Making.1" The lecture was giv
en under the auspices of the Political
The D. B. D. C. on Saturday night
will debate the question: "Resolved,,
that all courses in the university should
be -elective. Leaders, affirmative, W. W
Wolfe, R. W. MeCallom; negative, '.
W. Jones, Chas. Root.
The senior girls are planning & '"'tea'"
all tor themselves, Saturday afternoon
fat tine home of the Misses Spurclt. 'The
senior boys, who doubtless dearly love
'teas'" are not invited -and the maidens
witfh'eaps and go wns will have tihings
tiheir own way.
The Y. W. 'C. A. had a business meet
ing Monday afternoon and elected tibo
following -officers for tihe -ensuing year;:
Mary Woodford, presidents, (Dora Antmairi
vice-president.; 'race IBroady, 'corres
ponding secretary.; Bertha W-olvoai'fl,
TMwrfling secretary ; (TOmma iPj'itia,itoroas
wer. Captain ftuilfoyfle has jnst put up in
tihe .gymnasium a beautiful talilet 'com
.memorauiug tihe achievements of 'Compa
ny "W in tihe'eo7ripetftive -drill Hast May.
Thn "tablets -carved in old -oa'k, -embel-lisheti
witih bronze 'letters -and Conner
pieces. It wasdesignecl and executor! by
Miss "Carrie A. Borbonr.
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