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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1897)
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Miss Elizabeth Thomson is a teacher in the
v L. Contryman '07 is studying law in the
office of an Omaha firm.
W, L. Williams Law '!). is at Giwc City
Penn., canvassing for an encyclopedia.
John Cameron is at Tekamah, talking to
teachers' associations and studying law.
The class in Political Science 1 is so large
that it is obliged to seek a larger recitation
R, H. Wessell has just, returned from a
soliciting trip. He reports making $200 this
David Burks has formed a partnership with
his father. They are in the implement busi
ness at Fairbury.
H. 12. Reagan '07, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, has a position with the Weston
Electric Co. of Chicago.
Zcno Crook '07, a popular Pallndian, is
now tit Paonia Col. He is superintending
work on an irrigation ditch.
W. B. Hunter '1)7, is back despite reports
to the contrary. He will work for an M. A.
in flic political science department.
Half Sax ton 07, Sigma Chi, was shaking
hands with his inanv University friends this
week, lialf is in business with his father -at
At the U. B. D. C meeting Sat urd ay even
ing several new names "wore added to th e
membership roll and the club starts out under
very favorable conditions.
C. C. Griggs "07, of the Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon fraternity, has been appointed chief as
saycr of the Buckston Mining Co. at a high
salary. His post office is Terry, So. D.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity has rented rooms
in iihe State block.. Those rooms were form
erly occupied by the Phi Delta Theta boys
and are among the most pleasant in the city.
Instructor P. H. Frye, of the English de
partment, returned this week. Mr. Frye was
'delayed in bis return by the death of his Books, Composition Books, Pencils, Tablets,
fatther. His father, Mr Chan. H. Frye, of Wranfciin Pens, History Paper, History Cov
Amlovor, Mass., died one week go last Sun- Jfi
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Ceo. Wilson, a now student from Columbus,
was called home Tuesday by a telegram an
nouncing the serious injury of his father by
the accidental discharge of a gun. The ne
esdent has since proven to be fatal.
Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist, 4th tloor Rich
Deloss T. Smith sells and repairs watches
iewelrv. etc. 1140 O St.
Students buy your hooks and supplies from
the Cooperative Hook Co.
Scott & Shannon, tonsorial artists. S. IS.
corner 12th & O sts. Cive us a call.
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 2240 O street.
"College Men" is a neat little publication
issued in the interests of inter-collegiate Y.
M. C. A. work. It is a monthly publication
and C. .1, Allen of the State University is ed
itor and business manager.
Single meals 15 cents. Meal tickets 82.50.
Regular board $2.25 pop week at 1200 T St.
Westerfield has not moved. He is still at
117 N Kith St. and is giving the latest style
in hair cuts.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist and Aurist, Richards"
Block treats diseases of the eye, car, nose
and throat, and is fully cquiped with instru
ments for fitting glasses without mydriatics.
All fees reasonable.
Alpha Theta Chi fraternity is beginning
early in the year. Four victims were inia
ted Tuesday evening. They were W. R.
Mansfield, C. K. Cooper, M. 12. Hiltncr and
Dwight Louf burrow. The Alpha Thetasmake
their home in the Cchrung block.
University students who patronized our
Book and Stationery Department in past
years know from practical experience that we
sell goods at a closer price than any store in
Nebraska, if not in the west. New students
who are not as yet conversant with the ways
and means of Lincoln business methods would
do well to examine our goods before buying
elsewhere. We carry a full line of Note
'day, Mr. Frye has the ympatlry of the
(faculty and student body.
Kangaroo Cork Pilled Sole Ladies Shoes $3, 1213 O Street.
ovher matter relating to Collere Smmlies.
Hkhi'oijsjijsimku &. Co. Book Djjit,
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