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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1897)
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.sVvr . Prof. C. writing- a letter to
his sister; his little live year old girl also
writing(J) to hor auntie. Prof. C. has
just written: '"Last year my fame was
confined to my home state but I spoko
last week at Council Bluffs so that my
mime is now known in two states at
Scout-II. Sm -girl looks up suddenly
ami says: "Papa, do cows blow their
horns?" Prof. C. "No I think not."
''Well, wo do don't we, pupa?"
Dr. Clyde Davis, Dentist, Richards Blk.
C. 0. Hull was a University caller this
Clyde Hull, of Fremont is visiting his
V. W. Eunko of Piekerell is visiting
Prof. Ward delivered a lecture at Ne
braska City Friday evening.
Boys go down to the R & C shop
and get the latest hair cuts.
The English Club has elected Miss
Cora G arbor to membership.
Prof. Rogers, science teacher at Beat
rice, visited the University, Saturday.
.1. T. Jones, of Weeping Water spent
Sunday with G. C. Howard and Allan
Rumor lias it that b S. Philbrick will
hold a scholarship in American history
Boys, remember that Wostorfield, the
pioneer barber, gives the latest style in
hair cuts 117 N .'ith.
Misses Daisy llauk and Mao Colson
spent Sunday in Beatrice the guests of
Miss Elsie Boaver.
Will McKay and Phil Russell went
down to Omaha last week in the interests
of the Junior Annual.
Dvly students can find no batter place
to buy millinery than at Mrs. Gosper's.
The boys will give their gymnasium
exhibition next Saturday night.
Miss Etta Gray was visiting her many
University friends a few days last week.
Miss Laflin of Crab Orchard, spout ti
few days with her friend, Miss Nottio
Henry, last week.
Prof. Caldwell will give the commence
ment address of the Palmyra high school
May 28; also of Tobias May :U.
A. S. Harding will instruct in Ami.t'i
can History and Literature in the How
ard County institute May JMst to Juno 4.
The Phi Psis entertained last Friday
evening. Members of other fraternities,
members of the faculty and a number of
outsiders were present.
Bumstoad & Tuttle did some good
work in advertising the Glee Club the
first throe days of this week, devoting
their entire window to scarlet and cream
and the club picture.
The joint program of tin1 building as
sociation will occur May 12!) inslo.nl of
dune 5, as catalogued. The date ha
been changed in order that more stud
ents may be able to attend
The English Club met at the home of
Miss Annie Prey last Saturday evening.
Owing to the rain butfrw were in attend
ance. Mi-. Piper read some poems, Miss
Prey and Mrs. Prey read stories.
The critics believe that they have found
tho poet of the present day in Rudyard
Kipling. "His "Seven Seas" has re
ceived more attention at thoir hands than
tho productions of any poet have received
in more than a decade. Tho desire for
change in fiction as well as dress is ap
parent in the reputation which "uo
Vadis" by Seinkicivies is achieving.
Tho story is ono of the time of Nero and
deals with tho persecution of the early
Christians. Both books as well as all re
cent publications can bo had at Book
Don't Herpolsheimor & Co.
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