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Hiffli School Notes. - "Walter A. Hansen, L. E. Winslow. J. H.
Prins. W. L. Locke of Raymond and R. M. Koiup, A. A. Stull and Pugaloy wore initiated
Haile of Alvo were getting inspiration from into Phi Delta Pai (legal) last Saturday oven-
the University Saturday.
Inspector Crabtreo visited the University of
Minnesota and the Minneapolis and St. Paul
high schools last week. He reports eighteen
hundred students in the high school at Min
neapolis. The Ashland high school sends a larger per
cent of graduates to college than any school in
the state. The excellent standing of the
school is ably maintained by superintendent
R. D. Overholt.
The high school superintendent or principal
who cannot inspire his students to a higher
education is not worthy of his position and
would better give way.
Any high school graduate, however finan
cially embarrassed, may, if he chooses, secure
a University education. Energy and deter
mination are the prime requisites.
It will take several years for the Greenwood
high school to recover
Nellie Griggs, '7 writes from Now York
York city that she is enjoying her music very
much. Miss Griggs has been greatly missed
here in both social and musical circles.
The Betas are wearing mourning this week
in consequence of the death of ''Pater" Knox
one of the founders of the Beta Theta Pi fra
ternity in 1S39 at Oxford, Ohio.
Winifred Hill was lately initiated into
Kappa Alpha Theta at the homo of Miss
Cunningham. In the evening the active and
alumni members met at Miss Weeks' and cel
ebrated the second anniversary of their chapter.
Local mill Pei-Hoiml.
If you want a shave, go to Westcrfield's.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist and Aurist, Richards'
Dr. Clyde Davis, dentist, Richards block.
R. & C. sUil? for Rie'nma & Cjle, the
While it formerly led the list of schools of its papular barber3 at lilt 0 Street.
size in University credits, it now goes to the R M Cushmrtn is ab0 to attend classes
bottom. This is the result of inconsiderate : (- , u-L-'a ainVnMa
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its former standing.
action at the last annual school meeting.
There will be a special effort, however, to
correct the error.
Many high schools are making a special
effort to send a largo number of students to
the University next year. The school send
ing the largest percent of the clas3 of '93 will
bo entitled to the prize offered by the Hes-
C. C. Griggs '97, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, is
visiting University friends this week.,
Mr. Crandall of Omaha was a guest at the
Phi Pdi house last week.
B. K. King '01 is pledged to the Delta Tau
John Diwaing, a Princeton student and
formerly a room-mate of L. H. Robbins, Kap
pa Sigma, is visiting the latter.
Mes3r3 R. P. Schick, Harry McKillip and Omaha for a few days.
Geo. Whaley will go to Seward Friday night Miss Whiting gave her classes in Eng. Lit.
to attend a party. ' six examinations this week.
The Co-op is selling stationary at a very
Mr. J. F. Boomer filled the pulpit at Liber
We do not break collars: they are turned
by hand. The Be3b Laundry, 22i9 0 street.
"Jack" Hitchman spent Sunday at his homo
in Weeping Water.
Full lino of tablets and history covers at
the Cooperative Book Co.
Tho new members of the Paladian society
will make their dehut Friday night.
C. M. Skiles, a Palladian alumnus, '95, was
down fro;n Ulys3e3 la3t week on business.
Mis3 EUie Sehwirtz, of O.naha, is visiting
her sister Mis3 Edith Sehwartz.
Miss Ethel Masters is again in scnool after
an illness of several weeks.
Mr. Oliver Chambers' brother is hero from
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