The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, April 30, 1897, Page 5, Image 5

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    T 11 K IJ E S I K i 1 A N
See King's ad. on page 7.
C. E. Matson was a sojourner in Ne
braska City and Auburn last week.
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Xo student should fail to see the next
issue of Harper's Weekly. It will be a
Grant memorial number. In quality it
promises to be excellent.
The biennial meeting of the graduate
luh met Tuesday evening. Papers were
read by Dr. H. G. Peterson, Miss Louise
Pound, Miss Edna Bullock and Mr.
As a substitute for indoor games at
the Graham-Taylor house the croquet set
recently secured affords much profitable
amusement. The grounds were well pre
pared by Mr. Fonquet.
Resolved, That the cheapest place in
Lincoln to buy Student's Note Books,
History Paper, Fountain Pens, Diction
aries, Paper covered Novels and all
J'ooks. stationery and college supplies in
is the Book Department of Herpolsheim
r&Co. 'L W. Searson and 0. A. Fisher went
!' to the high school this week. Profes
'"J Searson lectured on 'History.' The
marm was illustrated by lantern pictures
operated by Mr. Fisher. In short J. W.
T Jhe "windy voluminous" act while
Ussiusdid the work.
Jhe Delian and Palladian boys debat
es clubs will have a joint debate Satur
a n,ug in Delian hall. The ques-
tliTr rSSSed is' 4lved, that
and " Ttyfiovernmentsbonld own
'PWraiMs within its bord-
titnm eP'B- D-C.hos theaffirma
ton p '8Piie8e,lti!d bv S' W- Pinkei
D B n n i ai,d A Waterman; the
Tlieobald Cambers, Paine and
The sewing school at the college set
tlement closed its work for the year last
Saturday afternoon. The ice cream so
cial given at the home of Mrs. T. M.
Hodgman was well attended. Mrs.
Hodgman deserves much credit for what
she has done to build up this branch of
the settlement work.
The address of President N. S. Har
wood before the university Political Econ
omy club has been postponed until next
Tuesday evening. The subject of the
lecture is the "Expediency of Continuing
the National Banking System.." This
promises to be one of the most interest
ing lectures given before the club this
year. The club meets in room 23 of the
library building.
The university debating association
met Monday and voted to sanction the
proposition of Kansas university to have
the judges mark on the merits of the
'sides' of the debate, instead of as here
tofore, on the merits of the individual
debater.' Messrs Maguire, Perry and
Searson were appointed a committee to
receive and recommend amendments to
the constitution of the local association.
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