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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1897)
T II K UKSIM'IUIAN
The baccalaureate sermon will be given
in the Lansing, Sunday evening June 6,
by Chancellor MacLean . Xo tickets will
be issued. Seats will be reserved for
Seniors aud faculty.
Monday June 7, will be the lawyer's
day. President J. M. Wool worth of the
Ainerieau Bar Association is the com
mencement orator of the law class of '97.
lie will give his address in the evening
at the Lansing. Mr. Wool worth is one
of the leading lawyers of the west. The
lawyers may congratulate themselves on
king able to secure such a commence
ment spea ker.
On Tuesday there will be the class day
(.lercises and the commencement concert
in the evening. Wednesday is Alumni
day. This day many former classes will
have tenuous. Wednesday evening Mrs.
11. H. jlson, au alumnus of the uui
veisity will deliver the alumui oration at
llie Lausmg. At 2:30 Wedueseday after
noon Edward Everett Hale will speak at
the Lansing. There will be no tickets
isned for admission to the lecture. The
l'nrposeofthe Wednesday lecture is to
give more people a chance to hear the
distinguished speaker, than cau be ac
comodated at thy Thursday evening le
wre't AUP'ln Wednesday, Chancellor
itaeUaii will address the joint meeting
tbe alumni association.
Thursday is commencement day. The
encement address of Edward Ever-
Hale will take place in the losing,
SS1? Ii,0"1Itly at 10 ra- The
SSiT1 wiu follow- l tbe eve"
lKhH?"al reption wil1 bo given to
toZt Hdgmtal office, 1103 O
Special rates to students.
Lf1 of wl nt 1100
Islto '!lei1asementof te Rich-
- dpute are invited to call.
.1, P. Sedgwick '. is visiting univer
Ida Heise will teach in the Nebraska
City high school next year.
Sadie Pyrtle returned Sunday from a
short visit to Sherman, Iowa.
A. W. Martin law '90, of Roehister
was a university caller last week.
Rachael Carr of Staplehurst came up
Tuesday to remain through commence
ment. President N. S. Harwood addressed the
political economy club Monday night ou
the "National Bank and Bank Cur
rency." The English club elected the following
officers for the ensuing year: president,
Miss Lucy Green; vice-president, Mr.
Jos. Sargent; secretary-treasurer, M5S
The Palladians will give a short senior
program Friday night. The remainder
of the evening will be spent in a good
social time. It will be the last meeting
of the year.
When the students return to Lincolu
in the fall they should remember that
Bumstead & TutUe's store is the best
place to buy tailor made suite and fur
nishings. The P. B. D. C. elected the following
officers this week: J. E. Pearson, pres
ident; Mr. Sturd want vice president; W.
O Ayer, secretary and H. B. Stewart,
the retiring president, sergeant-at-arms.
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