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THE : HESPERIAN
Yule Bros. Hand Laundry. All work done
by hand. No extra charge for repairing.
1417 O street. Phone 754.
The registrar sent out, last Monday, all no
tices of ineompletes,conditione and failures in
the work of the first semester.
Kate A. McHugh, assistant principal of the
Omaha high school, will visit her sister Miss
Josephine Saturday and Sunday.
Prof. Ansley again conducted his classes
Monday, after an absence of two weeks, on
account of sickness.
Miss Maude Atkinson spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends in Lincoln on her way to
the convention at Cleveland.
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 1
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 1206 0.
John Maguire gave an interesting talk Fri
day evening in Union Hall on the "Relation
of the Students to the Municipal Affairs of
The Maxwell club elected the following offi
cers last Saturdry evening: H. E. Sackett,
president; Berge, vice-president; Damarel,
secretary; E. T. MacGuire, critic.
The Delian and Union literary societies
seem to bo entirely dormant this year so far
as their oratorical contests are concerned. By
so doing they forfeit their right to hold their
respective contests hereafter.
H. R. Tucker, J. IT. Boose, W. J. Robin
son, C. J. Allen, 0. W. Belden, Misses Rey
noldson, Lulu Burrows end Bertha "Walvoord
left monday for the Student's Volunteer Mis
sion convention at Cleveland, Ohio.
A committee has been appointed to investi
gate the acceptance of the Nebraska proposi
tion for an interstate debate with Iowa by the
Forum aueiety. The matter will probably fall
to one of our local clubs under control of the
Secretary Goodalo, of Colorado College, in
formed the Nebraska Debating Association
that the date for the debate with Nebraska
has been sot for April 22nd. Colorado Col
lets is making preparation for a genuine first
class debate, and the U. of N. boys will be
greeted by a lively audience.
The D. B. D. C. and P. B. D. C. held a
very interesting debate last Saturday night in
Pall Hall. The question was: "Resolved, that
the English Cabinet system of government
would be better for the U. S. than the Con
gressional system." .1. S. Smoyer, R. H.
Wessel and C. E. "Wright upheld the English
system and O. A. Davis, E. G. Woodruff and
F. E. Edgerton the American.
The regular monthly meeting of the Civil
Engineering Club will be held next Thursday,
March 3rd, at 5 o'clock in room S, University
Hall. Mr. Rohrbough, '98, will discuss the
air-lift pump and Mr. Reedy, '98, will dis
cuss power pximps in general. Engineering
students are especially urged to be present at
this meeting and all who are interested in
mechanical and engineering subjects are in,
vited. Before getting your pictures and photo
graphs framed consult our Picture and Fram
ing department. We have a new line of mats
and moldings superior to anything in the
city at a lower price. Music folios for Bari
tone and Bass, Vocal Duetts, etc., 35c each
and upwards. All latest sheet music at i off.
Music and Ptcture Department Herpolsheim":
The joint reception by the Y. M. andY. W.
C. A. at the Phi Psi chapter house 1630 O
street last Saturday night was largely attend
ed and a most enjoyable evening spent by all.
Those receiving were Professor and Mrs. Hin
naan, Miss Woodford and Mr. John Boose.
Ices were served by Misses Hagey, Rushton
and Davis. The evening was brightened with
music by a quartete, and a solo by Mr. Reid.
The Junior Promenade, held at the Lincoln
Hotel, last Friday night, was largely attended
and from a social standpoint a decided success.
The parlors were tastefully decorated with the
University colors. This was a decided depart
ure from past events of this kind when the
different organizations did the decorating. A
number of old' students and alumni were pres
ent. Chancellor and Mrs. McLean, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Wilson, Lieut, and Mrs. Stotsen
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Woods, Mr. and
Mrs. C. 11. Morrill and Professor and Mrs.
Richards were patrons and patronesses.
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