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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1897)
Miss Lizzie Harvey of Wilber, "was a
visitor at the university Wednesday.
Rena Chappell, who lias been in Col
orado the past year has returned to her
Chancellor Maclean gave a toast at
the State Dental Association Wednesday
Chancellor MaeLeau will give a reeep
Imuto the faculty and seniors at his
Inline, Tuesday June 1st
The senior class has had a couple of
interesting meetings this week. The
v-uiorplay was under discussion.
Professor Fossler gave an interesting
tiilk in chape Thursday morning, review
ing the life and works of Ibsen."
lr. H. B. Ward gave a lecture to the
swlnatiug .class of the Sterling, Xebr.,
High School Wednesday evening.
H A. Emerson, 7, now of Washing
ton, ).!, has returned to the univeisiiy
1 remain until after commencement.
Jhe .evening of May 2iHli the Chan
Hlor and Mrs. MaeLeau will give a re
""I'tioii to the Senior law students at
jaiaiicuaior George E. MaeLeau will
Wwwlke iHiMnnate addiress again
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Saturday evening the Deliau bovs dis
cuss the question. Resolved, that a common-school
education should be a requi
site for the right of sufferage. Leadeis:
Messrs. Saver. McCallum. Theobald and
0. A. Davis.
Dr. Beardshear. president of the Iowa
Agricultural college, will speak in the
First Baptist church, Sunday evening
under the auspices of the Christian Asso
ciations in the university. Dr. Beard
shear conies to Lincoln with the highest
recommendations as an orator and
thinker, and he is known all over the
west as a leading educator Every stu
dent is invited to hear the address.
Dr. William Trelease, the director of
the Missouri Botanical Gardens of St.
Louis, and one of the foremost of Ameri
can botanists, will deliver the annual
address before the Botanical Seminar on
Saturday evening, May 29, at 8 o'clock,
in the botanical lecture room in Nebras
ka hall. His topic should be of interest
to anairy people outside of botanical
circles, since it deals with a phase of
lUbrxuy management which has become
of increasing importance in these days
of growing .departmental libraries, lie
speaks ou "The riassifi cation of a Bo
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