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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
THE ; HESPERIAN
Sadie E. Smith has been elected teacher in
the Lead City, South Dakota, schools.
Mr. DeMilton Davis, 'J)7, visited the "Uni
Miss Ida W. He.ise, '07, of Nebraska City,
visited the University last Saturday.
Miss Olivia Pound. '1)5, has returned to
Lincoln from Seward.
Prof. H. W. Caldwell left Wednesday for
Boston to study for the summer.
Prof. Davidson will go to Inman June 3d,
to give the commencement address.
Miss Grace Cook is again in school after a
Prof. Barber has been unable to attend
classes this week on account of severe illness.
A. S. Harding has been re-elected as teacher
ut Brookings with an increase of salary.
Chancellor MacLean will deliver the com
mencement address before the graduating class
of the State Normal, at Peru, Juno 2.
Miss Clara Conklin left Monday for Indian
apolis, leaving there Wednesday for New
York, then she will sail directly for Paris.
Chas. Barber, 'IS, has obtained a position
in a large gain oflieo in Omaha. He will
leave for there aft;r commencement.
The Palladians will give a reception to
their senior members this evening in their
Horace Greeley Whitmore, '93, has been
elected captain of the Bryan regiment, C. F.
Swart, '0(1, first lieutenant and E. R. Morri
son, second lieutenant.
J. W. Crabtree will go to Ashland tonight
to attend the graduating exercises. Mr. Crab-
tree was an active educator at Ashland for
Rev. Dewey, a missionary from Turkey,
and cousin of Admiral Dewey, spoke before
the mission class Saturday. He has been for
several days the guest of Prof. Swezey.
The Palladian Boys debating club elected
officers last Saturday night: President, W. 0.
Green; vice-president, L. W. Pearson; secre
tary, G. A. Johnson; scrgeant-at-arms, L. "NY".
The University cadets intend to go to Oma
ha the first, on the opening of the Exposition,
to participate in the exercises of the day,
especially the parade. Their expenses are
entirely paid by the Exposition company.
A. H. Andrews, 'AS, has been made assis
tant field engineer for the Black Hills & Ft.
Pierre R. R. He will receive a very good
salary for his services. His headquarters will
be Lead City.
Miss Jefl'ery, principal of the Tecumseh
high school, is expected home tomorrow in
time to enjoy the Palladian picnic at the
Park. She intends to take work in the sum
Mr. A. L. Bixby, of the Journal stall', lec
tured before the journalism class Tuesday on
the. country newspaper. Mr. Bixbjr's talk
was one which kept the class in a very good
humor and called for excessive laughter at
At a joint meeting of the oratorical and de
bating associations last Friday, J. A. Maguire,
G. E. Hager, F. G. Hawxby, U. C. Roper and
A.Bollinbach were elected a committee to eon
ferwith the faculty relative to giving Uni
versity credit for debating and oratorical work.
At a meeting of the Hesperian Association
last Saturday, L. W. Pearson, of the Palladian
, . , x4. ; iw Society, was elected assistant business man-
seven years and has a great interest in the "
W3V J & age. The constitution was amended so that
scn01, ,. changes in the editorial staff will occur the
Dr. N. M, Kincoid, of Minneapolis, gave firfit of th(j of the of
the annual Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. address lMld.p .
Sunday evening. His address is regarded as
oue of the best that has ever been delivered to
the Christian Associations.
The examinations have been altered again.
The ones which were to come Wednesday,
June 1st, will come Friday, May 27th. Mon
and Wednesday of the week following will be
' Just received a fine lot of Slippers for Commencement.
The Palladians elected the following officers
last Tuesday: President, J. D. Reed; vice
president, Ida Lewis; corresponding secretary,
Florence Payne; music secretary, Clara Fow
ler; recording setretary, Bessie Butler; critic,
Cora O'Connell; treasurer, C. M. Funk; ser-
geant-at-arms, Ralph Cornwallis Roper.
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