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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1897)
T U K U K S l B l 1 A N
Thrilling Adventure of a Del inn
ham i)un"t a;i:kk with him ritK kuan iiavk
A VKTUIFlKu MAS ON KXIIIBITION.
The night was ghostlike. 'Hie stars glimmered
through the llt-eling clouds- A valient knight of the
Italian tribe, came striding vigorously up the street.
He sees before him a dark object. His knees trem
ble. He looks again "Sh" sajs be it is only that
Dclian youth sitting on a gale post, who tonight cut
such a swell among our tribe in his sister's clothes
He thinks to ditress me by some new joke. Verily
I will fool him a trip or two "" So saying he stealth
ily approached his lVlian brother from the rear.
His heart beats loud bit: his nerves are. tirm. He
cries "Hail, Susan Ann " and clasps him in his arms
impressing a kiss upon the boyish cheek
They carried him home on a window blind The
neighlxTs could only testify that they saw a mid
night cyclone veering off into pace. and still from
building to building continue to who "Huh! Muh
dah! Muhd.ih" Muhdah! " way dah you white
by" (rr way-
JVcso Members' Program.
One of the Ixist rendered programs of the year
to. the new members' program given by the Union?
on Bast Friday evening The new members have
always "'did themselves proud1 and the Ia t effort
was no exception to the rule The piano duet by
M3stN Pfeiffer and Mnmaw was esp-cidy well ren
tderod Mr. Davis delighted everyone with the rich
mess of tone displayed in Iris vocal sk1o, but he failed
to respond to the encore The thind ninsical num
ler was the al1uetaald s'ng "Ehren on the Rhine."
Mr. Honse sang the piece which was representr! in
paaiornine The firt represent the farewell scene
Ibrtween a soldier Borer and his sweetheart . The
3tdiing''of Ma Kcaagyaud Mis Chappe.ll wase.
ceH3ingly aiatiural. A trovoulit wattle field with tbe
dying oldier giving hi- last message Jo a comrade,
alie x3tt3nii of ahe Mg added the touch which
iitovtvl ahe audience
Tije story on (childhood jy Msk McfSaifl'ey had the
rfmp'le icasy lyile which as ahe best of ail The
uraine coincidence oh which Mr. Sludecille based
Hi's? mptv ana.de aw apjieeiuble efl'ert. "The King: of
HoyvSUe" whielj Miss PHlfcljajj' tread is cejtaiuly tlie
finest 3esrrjjrt5uj of ooy life extant in American
BiK-alume. and ale aend3ng anadeat aiealistae ia Me
Hast (degree. M3 Walvoo'id executed a difficult tnec
BtaJaou tnh modi .effect and Mr. Harass displayed a
aitimaa'iiaiile amount of tcradiioou an Ma paper.
A aneelaug of tlbe local oratorical asaociaiaon is
icallw for Firiduy afleiwoon for alie oon3dej'alaon of
an amendment to the present constitution. The
amendment as projmsed is. that after all expenses
of the local contest an paid, the money left in po
sessiou of the association shall be divide! as follows:
To the tirst winner 40 per cent, to the person receiv
ing second place 20 per sent, the other -10 per cent
to be applied on the debt now existing and other
expeuses. Provided, however, that any tnouey left
after the debt and expeuses are paid shall be divid
ed as follows; to the first winner 665 per cent and to
the person taking second place the remaining 331
Rr cent, provided that the first winner shall not te
ceive more than $50.00 and the second more than
Tactics of the Delian Girls.
Saturday eveuing about ten o'clock the 1) B l
C. pas visited by cmwd of feminine maraders and
booty, amounting to twenty young gentlemen,
quickly hurried away.
Thee gentlemen moved as in a dream, awaking
to find themselves at Sutton & Hollowlm-di's. The
parlors were soon turned into a Immiuel hallandfor
two hours college jokes and toasts were TYed a
Miss Margaret Countryman acted as toast inislre.
Toasts were responded to by Ales-srs. Audreson.
Decison, Reedy, Sayer, Killen, Saekett and Misses
Rosa and Pollock. Tlie merry-makers adjourned at
a late hour
A. J Weaver of Falls City, and Miss Persa Mor
ris were married at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs John J Morris of Humboldt, at high
noon, Wednesday, February -lh Mr. Weaver is a
graduate of the State University and Law chl
While here he was connected with the Helta Tau
Delta Art, twice represented the university in the
Kansas-Nebraska d-liai-x. Mi-s Morris is a
lyan graduate and was registered in the State Lni
versity for a short time thi year Before leaving
iJie was initiated into the Phi Beta Phi
To "Observer," "Constant Reader," d aLTm
Hespeuiax can not publish communications unle-
alifc name of the writer is known to the editor.
All friends of education are in-ited to a Stai?l
education meeting in the university chapel Satain
Maaidi 6th. The Chancellor and other proml"
of education will give speeches.
ANW Suit Company
H-JJT ost. W-sit Hailfof rrtltik Fn'Ur
Pants io oi-der 3.5l), $4, $5 an 1
Suits, 18, $'20 and up
Cloaking, QvewMalmg and Vwtfing
-iaiHs by tlie yard.
All work firs(--Iass and guaranty!
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