The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 28, 1897, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    EJ
ri. i
1,1
.
"I
u
! 1
ii
6
THE HESPERIAN
What They arc Going to Do.
J. E. Pearson will make up French.
E. A. Moore will remain here to make
up French.
Wm. T. Home will deal in ice at Uni
versity Place.
Editor Morse will sell steropticau views
for recreation.
Emma Boose '96 will probably go to
San Francisco.
S. W. Pinkerton will remain here to
make up French.
John Boose will clerk on the farm and
watch the post office
Miss Mary Jones, librarian, will spend
the summer in Europe.
Will McKay will spend the summer in
experimenting with hair-restorers.
R. A. Emerson will return to his du
ties at Washington after commencement.
H. O. Sutton will spend the summer
on a farm near Tecumseh in spirit at
least.
Maud Atkinson will tour as far as
Yellow Stone Park. Denver is in her
circuit.
Hugh Walker will spend the summer
in getting fat. He will go to Princeton
in the fall.
E. A. Pillsbury will spend the summer
in scaring the people into buying stereo
scopic views.
Quartermaster J. P. Cameron is hop
ing for an appointment to spend the sum
mer at West Point.
Fred Wancn and R. S. Baker have
been chosen as private counsel for the
Chancellor and regents.
Steve Corey will go to San Francisco.
He will spend the rest of the summer
with his church at Waterloo.
Joe Sayer will spend his time riding
out his transportation by going to see
various acquaintances of the year.
R. H. Graham will do some institute
teaching, and spend the rest of his time
in making peace with the Greeks.
C. J. Elmore '95 who has bet'ii teach
ing in the high school at Crete, will spend
the summer at the University of Chicago.
O. T. Reedy will stay in Lincoln and
make up two year's French, Hydraulic?.
Electrocutarataxis, thesis, junor themes,
and Electrocution. The remainder of
his time will be spent in sailing on the
lake.
Miss Scofield's piano recital was re
peated Saturday evening.
Carl Bessey will entertain a numler uf
his friends at his home Tuesday evening.
Miss Nellie Lau left Sunday with her
parents for a several mouths sojourn in
Germany.
Ray Teele and John Saville tested their
pedestrian ability by a walk to Milford
Sunday.
The senior invitations have arrived and
are the neatest that have been had by
any class for some time.
The Pan-Hellenic dancing party takes
place at the Beach Tuesday evening. I
promises to be the most pleasant social
event of the year.
President Beardshear. of the Iowa Ag
ricultural College conducted chapel exer
cises Monday morning. He mad- a few
remarks to the students after chapel.
The lawn party given by th' Union
society at Anna Anderson's Monday
evening was a very enjoyabh- affair.
About fifty were present and the evening
was spent in games and danciug.
The following members of the Phi Beta
Kappa were announced in chapel Tue?
day morning: J. V. Cortelou, Benton
Dales, Ada Graham. Ida W. Heise, T.
M. Moss, C. S. Norton, Nettie E. PM
bric,k, E. F. Piper, L. C. Smith, ieo. H.
Thomas and Julia Wort.