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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1898)
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Y. M. O. A. NOTES
The Maxwell club discussed the proposition, "Resolved,
that the right of franchise Bhould bo extended to women.''
The Delians grappled with the question, " Resolved, that
science" has done moro than religion for the benefit of man
kind." The Palladian club wont into a committee of the whole, to
discuss joint debates. The boys took in two now momborB.
On account of important matters there was no debate.
The Union boys debated the topic Saturday evening, " Ro-
The Bible study is in a most prosperous condition, and the
committee deserve much credit for the way in which the matter
has been handled.
Mr. John Boose, President of the association will go to the
State 0. E. convention next Sunday, and will speak in the in
terest of missions.
Rev. H. H. Dunning of East Lincoln, has been secured
for the address Sunday afternoon. Ho is a strong speaker, and
will interest young men. Good music will bo provided.
J. T. Sheldon is to have charge of the normal class in Bible
solved, that the benefits to the American people arising from Qtudy Tho claBB ig fortunate in B0Curing Buch a capnblo leadep
uiu iuiu war win moro tiiuu compuiumu lur loss incurrou- ThQ caQB mQeta Sftturday morning at 8 o'clock in the Y. M- 0.
The debating association of the University met Tuesday at A. rooms.
1:15, to discuss tho plan for tho inter Btate dobatos this year. The Sunday afternoon meeting was not hold on account of
A debate may be hold with Colorado this yoar, but np definite ti10 lecture in tho Oliver by John G. Wooloy. A largo number
arrangements have bcon made. The proposition of an inter- 0f ti10 boys attended, and spoke in glowing terms of Mr. "Wooley
state debating league was discussed, but nothing was done in an(j hjB address.
' Tho Y. M. 0. A. social Saturday evening wob largely at
Tho Union literary society passed resolutions Friday night tended, and all seemed to enjoy tho ovoning. Those young
asking the Junior class to give them its proportionate amount men's socialB are becoming very popular and are proving bon
of representation on the Junior Annual staff, since one of tho eficial to the association. During tho evening tho Tarkio foot
business managers is no longer a member of tho society from ball team came in and was greeted with applause and cheers.
which he was elected, that society asks a true representation
from tho class.
Tho Union musical, given last Friday night, was one of the
most attractive events of tho present University yoar. The
vocal numbers wore wildly applauded. Miss Graco Reynolds
in her vocal solo "The Flight of Ages" won tho audience at
once. She responded to an oncore. Mr. Herbert S. Evans'
selection was keenly appreciated as usual. "Ectasy," a vocal j t f . lectur0B bv snch prominent men as Robert Mclntyre,
selection in throe parts by Miss Lillian Chase, was full of Bob Burdetto, Gen. J. B. Gordon, and others. Tho entire
molody and power. Miss Chase has a well trained voico and expenB0 is estimated at nearly one thousand dollars, and it is
a winning stylo which captured tho audience. A. W. Haynos, pr0p0Bed to pay this by charging one dollar for a ticket admit-
in nis soio -mo Mignty jjeop- snowed a deep ncn oass tinK bearer to each lecture of the series. It is thought that
twelve hundred season tickets could be disposed of at this price
A letter was received tho other day from 0. 0. Michener,
member of the international committee, stating that ho will
make tho local association a visit in a short time. Ho has
many frionds among the young men, and all will be pleased to
know that they will have tho opportunity of mooting him soon.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. has under serious consideration tho estab
lishment of a lecture course. The course, as proposed, con-
in the school and city.
voice, which is well controlled. Tho violin solo by Miss
Brownell bought forth such choors that an encore was neces
sary. Miss Rose Olson showod careful training and much
skill in her piano solo, "Waldos Ranschen." Perhaps the
greatest troat among tho instrumental numbers was tho playing The Junior class mot Tuesday at 1:80 to transact business
, ., i . . .. , . ,. , o rj r concerning their Annual. The board of editors was increased
of the orchestra consisting of violins by Hugo Horn, Rose Q Hammondi Heon Woodfl d MoBsrfl.
Clark, Carolyn Melick; cornet, Olo Olson; piano, Phil Hud- E F WarilQr S. W KHno and 0. H. Root wore elected to
son. Tho orchestra responded to an oncore with a lively two- fin the vacancies. A resolution was presented from the Union
stop soloction which made tho old hall vibrato, and some of society asking for iopresontation in place of F. Van Valin, who
tho shoes restless. MisB Julia E. McOuno's recitation, since his election as business manager, has left the society.
"Classmates," was so rendered as to draw every one into the The clftB8 took n nction uPon thesQ solutions,
spirit of tho selection. She has an impressive stylo. Gardner's Tailoring Co. are all right. Cor. 11th and O.
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