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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1897)
Among: t li G'ivoUn.
Kappa Sigma lately Initiated Artist Gage
and "Fatly" MeNish.
Phi Beta Phi entertained friends Friday
Ralph Saxton, Sigma Ohi. was a University
visitor again this weok.
Beta Theta Phi initiated Harvey M. Killip
last Friday evening.
Helen Welch entertained the Phi Helta
Theta fraternity at her home last Friday
The Miss (Jeres entertained the Kappa
Kappa Gama .Sorority at their homo Monday
Miss Emily weeks and Miss Nellie Randall
have gone to attend the national convention
oil Kappa Alpha Theta at Madison. Wis.
Helta Gamma Sorority entertained some of
its friends at the home of Miss Helen Welch.
120th and Washington, last Saturday evening.
.7. H. Mallalieu. a former student of the
University, and a momher of Sigma Ohi fra
ternity, was married Tuesday, to Miss May
Moore of this city.
SMIMA I'll 1 KKSOM'TIOXS,
Whereas, Alpea Epsilan learns of the death
of Brother George TIellier, and
Whereas, again the memhers of Alpha Ep
silan stand as a hand of mourners. The death
of George TIellier has filled our hearts with a
sense of lasting and irreparable loss, ire has
ever been among those whom we most loved
and honored. But his life stands as its own
best memorial, and our words only mar its
symmetry. In the silence of each heart let
his eulogy bo spoken.
Resolved, that each member of this chapter
drapo his pin and wear it as a badge of
mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the parents of our deceased brother,
and a copy be spread upon our Chapter record
and that a copy be sent to each of ths college
publications and that a copy be printed in the
Sigma Ohi quarterly.
Wiu, L. Hai-stkaii.
X. R. Evaut,
V, P. Sinn.nox.
Lincoln's ''Hustlers'' are the people to buy
of, if you don't know 'em, try their Three
''Beauts." They are cheap and hot as !
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 1200 O.
Locnl aixl PerNonal.
The Delians have a new piano.
S. .). Corey is again able to attend classes.
Miss MaeMillan spent Sunday with Omaha
Prof. Barbour's class in beginning Geology
has had to find a larger recitation room.
The Minstrel Show for the benefit, of foot
ball will be on Saturday October 2H.
Frank Burr, a former student has re-entered
. The Sophs, will give a dance at the State
Capitol on Friday evening October 22.
Oliver Chambers has accepted the position
of Physical Director of the city Y. M. C. A.
Prof. Randolph of the school of music
spent Sunday with .John Martz near Liberty.
Miss Grace Rushton visited with her par
ents at Fairmont Saturday and Sunday.
Freddy Barnes, the base hallist, has com
pleted the season with Milwaukee and re
turned to his home in Fairbury.
.J. E. Pearson has returned from a survey
ing trip on the B. & M. lie reports big
wages and no work.
The V. M. 0. A. will meet as usual Sun
day afternoon in Delian hall. W. .1. Lowrie
will lead the meeting.
.J. II. Lien, has re-entered school. Since
completing the work connected with his clerk
ship in the S. I), legislature he has been city
editor of the "Sioux Falls Daily Press."
Professsor Fossler has started a Sunday
School class at the Cniversalist church for
University students. The work will be a-
long the line of higher criticism and the
"Bible for Beginners" will be studied.
The board of Control for the College Settle
ment, mot last Satureay at 11 A. M. Prof.
Sweezey presided in the absence of the Prest.,
Prof. Fossler. The board confirmed the ap
pointment of Mr. Joe. Boomer as Supt., of
the men's committees, and Miss Thayer as
Supt. of women's committees. Tney discuss
ed the feasibility of renting another house
and placing suitible parties in it on the same
plan that the "Graham Taylor" is running
now. They appointed a committee to inves
tigate the matter of fitting up another house.
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