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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1897)
THE : HESPERIAN
Win. Grant '97 who ha been surveying for
the B. & M. rail road in north western Ne
braska is in town this week. He expects to
return to his work soon.
Harold Weaver 'J)7, of Schuyler was renew
ing old acquaintances around the university
Miss Maud Skinner '1)7 gave a talk on Mis
sions before the Christian Endeavor conven
tion at Beatrice on Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Joseph Scholield 'SS, was in Lincoln
Friday and Saturday renewing acquaintance
with former University friends. He. w:is ao
comprnicd bj' his wife and child.
Miss Mary E. Sargent '97, was married
last Thursday, at the home of her parents in
this city, to Mr. Weesc.
Miss Jennie Hall '97, has returned home
from Towa, where she has been for some time.
Miss Frances E. Duncomb '97 is now at
tending Cornell University.
Mr. Ed. Pillsbury '97 is in Lincoln for a
visit with friends.
Messrs. Ireland and Kenagy will be with
the Glee Club this year.
K. A. Lyman, who has been subsisting in the
Zoological laboratory, has accepted a position
in the Lincoln High School.
The Delians will give a benefit concert in
the chapel Friday Nov. 5th. The other so
cieties will probably adjourn.
The freshmen held a class meeting Wednes
day evening to consider the athletic constitution.
If you want a shave, go to Westerfield's.
Miss Elizabeth Thomson of McCook will be
the guest of her Palladian friends over Sunday.
Miss Cora Elmore returned to the Univer
sity Friday. She will enter the conservatory.
T. D. Lunn attended the C. E. convention
at Beatrice last Saturdav and Sunday.
Mr. Phillip Hudson and Miss Mabel Kemp
ton, both of the Conservatory, favored the
Delians Friday evening with choice, selections.
The University Sugar School will make an
excursion to the sugar factory at Grand Island
If you want a hair cut go to Wisterfield's.
If j'ou want anything in the line of Tonsorial
work, Westerfield's is the place to find it.
117 North 13 St.
Messrs. Vasey, Warner, Swallow and Wy
niore have joined the Delian Society. The
names of Misses Dora and Inez Smith, and
Messrs Gibson and Baker have been proposed
for active membership.
The Delians, attired in outlandish costumes
are to give a Hallowe'en party at the outland
ish Red Ribbon hall, Saturday evening. Out
landish refreshments will be served in out
The junior class had a meeting last week
and adopted a constitution to control the
action of the athletic board from that class.
Mr. Garringer was given full management of
the class football team.
Prof. II. Bates has recently taken the chair
in English in 'the Brooklyn N. Y. Manual
Training School. He enjoys a home on Bath
Beach where he "can see the lights flash up
Congressman Champ Clark of Missouri will every night on Coney Island and all along the
speak at the Lansing Friday night under the Jersey shore."
auspices of the University bi-metallic club.
Dr. Ward lectured before the Medical so
ciety Tuesday evening, on "The Tendencies
of Modern Medicine as viewed by an Out
sider." The society held a short business
meeting after the lecture.
Ci.unitiNo Offkk Both the Hksfkiman and
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. .John M. Roberts, at
Paoniu, Col., a boy. Mr. Roberts was a
member of the Union Society, formerly '9S
ond one of the most popular men in his class.
His friends speak of him as a budding young
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