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Tirrc : HESPERIAN
On Thursday afternoon, at the residence of
the bride's parents on G street, Mr. A. G.
Chapman '5)4 and Miss Maud Triplet t, form
erly of the class of '07 were united in the holy
bonds of wedlock. Rev. Newell of the Vine
street Congregational church ofliciated, the
ceremony being the impressive New Church
ring ceremony, after which the newly wedded
couple received hearty congratulations and
best wishes of their many warm friends.
Daintily prepared refreshments were then
served. A short musical program appropri
ately closed the afternoons ceremonials. The
Hkspkrian joins their host of friends in the.
University and in the city in wishing the es
timable couple a long life of wedded blissful
ness. They will reside at 1222 G street.
Two OnmoK Touunorrow.
Two football games will be played on the
University campus tomorrow afternoon. The
first game will be that of the Lincoln High
School vs the I'ni. second team. The second,
and the big event of the day will be the game
ofTarkiovs the University. This promises
to be one of the best games which will be
playi d here this year. Tarkio claims to have
Minstrel for the benefit or football, Saturday
Mrs. J. A. Reed has been secured by Prof.
Caldwell to superintend the outline work in
There was a meeting of the junior boys
"Wednesday for the purpose of orgunizsng a
elass football team.
Miss Anna Burrows, who has had a severe
attack of tonsilitis, has about recovered and
will resume her college work in a few days.
The foot-ball team from Tarkio, Kans., will
play Wesleyan next Monday P- M. if there
is anything left of them.
The Union Boys Debating Club presented
their president a beautiful White English
Oak gavel, last Saturday evening.
A. E. Porter, the janitor of the main build
ing has been in bed for the past few days on
account of an injury caused by lifting.
Mr. G. If. Rose '1)7 is now located in Oma
ha. Report has it that Mr. Rose will do
work under the civil service rules.
Mr. D. M. Garber, who has been troubled
with an abcess on his lower jaw, reports that
the bone will have to be scraped. The oper
ation will be very painful.
The executive committee of the University
as strong a team this year as she did last year.
1-ast year she defeated Wesleyan 10 to 0: so
our boys will have to play football or go down Bi-mettalie club, have arranged tor a meeting
in defeat. Hut they are iwt coins down in to be held some time Saturday to discuss
d.feat. They have done a week's .hard prao- plans for the present campaign,
tice since the Ames game and will probably Tom Baughman a graduate of the class of
''show" the Missourians. The line up will 'Si) is in Lincoln on business. Mr. Rough
probably be as follows: Hisey, c; Turner, r g; man is connected with the Conneticut Mutual
Pearse, 1 t; Hayward, r t; Wiggins, r e; Ren- Life Insurance Co. and is located at Chicago,
edict, 1 e; Shedd r h; Williams 1 h; Mont- At a reeent meoU of t m
gomery, Cowgtll, 1 g; Stringer, Halstead and witi1B,IWflrviwni,nrrfJdli
Tut-ov uhB;tii,.u J te h.""..-w .,... va
rying ten hours work in the University would
be compelled to drill. Heretofore students
registering as "special" were excused from
The Y. M, C. A. double ouartetle held
A petition, which is addressed to the Czar
of Russia, is being signed by students and
members of the faculty. The petition asks
that students, who were e-ihil wiimilv fm tUn
r.j .,,. ... ,
expression of political opinions, be pardoned t,u''r ',rst practice Wednesday evening under
and allowed to return to their fatherland. t,,c direction of Mr. Bumstead, the popular
As the present Czar has shown some signs of second tenor of the Telyn quartette. The
not being inhuman the petition may do some- .V8 expect to be able, soon, to furnish a
thing towards accomplishing its purpose At high gnu3e of Kaeml ,misie' ThlJ membership
..o petition can ., !,'. ' Sig i'Xtl"': T&JX
" Campbell; 2nd bass, Ilulett. Warner.
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