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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1897)
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The sonior girls have once aguin "decided"
to wear Oxford caps and gowns.
Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist, 4th floor liioh
The Missus Holts, Nona Johnston, Fowlor,
and Mr. Wray joined tho Palladian society
last Friday night.
A large number of tickets have been sold
for tho Sophomore Hop Friday night. About
Mr. Alva Baer is compelled to leave school y couples are expected to attend.
for the present. Weak eyes is the cause.
The Co-op is selling stationary at a very
Mrs. King of West Point made her son,
Kellam, a visit last week.
0. W. Beldon will go to Beatrice Saturday
to attend the Stale C. E. convention.
Scott & Shannon, tonsorial artists. S. E
corner 12th & 0 sts Give us a call
The Palladians aro preparing a special
Uallow'oon program for Oct. 25).
Full lino of tablets and history covers at
tho Cooperative Book Co.
There is to bo a University Chess club or
ganized. Anyone wishing to join may sue J.
P. Marron for particulars.
Do Loss T. Smith sells and repairs watches
jewelry, etc. 1 140 O St.
The Palladians will have a JIallow'een
party, Saturday night Oct. .'JO- at the home of (haHiii"'.
Miss Cushman. Tho uq)artment ()f (juology has just roooiv
Jt. & 0. stands for Itiohorson & Cole, the ca JV collection of volcanic, glacial and phono
popular barbers at 1144 0 Street. mcna specimens from Washington. It is an
Prof. Swe.oy went last Saturday to Chicago extraordinarily good addition,
where ho will attend the dedication of the Parties from every organization in school
Yorkes observatory, returning Saturday. He are making prcparalicns to attend tho min
is now visiting at Bolvet. strol ahow Saturday night. Tickets seem to
Lucius Heed, a Doane student, visited the sell faster since the game last Monday.
Every Saturday morning Bumsteud and
Tultle have a now lot of neckwear on sale.
Tho very latest novelties.
Westeriield has not moved. Ho is still at
117 N 13th St. and is giving the latest stylo
in hair cuts.
Tho girl's gymnasium classes were organ
ized Monday. Each class has about iifty
members. The girls, as usual, have better
classes than tho boys in their work.
Lincoln's "Hustlers" are tho people to buy
of, if you don't know 'em, try their Three
"Beauts." They aro cheap and hot as !
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 120(5 0.
Joint meeting of Christian associations in
Dolian Hall next Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock. It. W. Thatcher will lead the meet
Harry Saekett is local agent for the century
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pen. it you need a pen see nun neioro pur-
Weoping Water boys hero while enroute to
Wo do not break collars: they aro turned
by hand. The Best Laundry, 224!) 0 street.
W. E. Brooks, who is now at the head of
mathomatics in tho Omaha high school was
visiting University friends last Saturday.
Tho name of Harvy Kemp '!)S law was pro
posed for membership in Union society last
Mr. W. 0. Jones, instructor in Journalism,
has so arranged his class that tho state papers
will get a share of tho University news.
Mr. Migelow of Falls City was up at Union
society Friday evening. Mr. Migelow is an
old Union. Last Friday night was his first
visit to tho hall for eleven years.
Dr. E. .1. Deboll and wife of Bosebud
Agency, South Dakota, aro at the Lindell.
Mrs. Deboll is a sister of Prof. Brunei' and a
former student of the University.
While tossing a new student at Boulder
university Colo., the boys let him fall. As a
result the boy will have a curvature of the
spine. The citizens of Moulder were greatly
enraged over this and think that "hazing"
new students should be stopped.
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