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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1899)
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gf George E. Farrar, of DePauw, was born atCircleville,-Ind.,
in 1875. Hia childhood was spent on the farm of his father,
the winter months being the only time given to school. At
'the ago of seventeen he went to Tipton, studying law in an
office in that place, and a fow months later decided to enter
DePauw. In his second year ho won his first oratorical vie-
tory. In '94 Mr. Farrar left DePauw and entered U. S. A man is never a his best in
Grant University, at Athens, Tennessee. In '97 he again the old-fashioned kind of ready-
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A. G. NORTHROP.
entered DePauw and in the following year entered the orator
ical contest, winning with the greatest margin of any man in
the history of the institution. The subject which attracted the
orator's attention in '92, still holds his interest. He has a
message to deliver, and that message he believes to be of im
portance to the world. For several years, Mr. Farrar has been
engaged in the ministry, in which he has met with a large
measure of success, and has accomplished great good for the
church. His unquestioned popularity among the people, with
whom he had been connected, is very exceptional and shows a
great amount of adaptability to circumstances. In '98 he was
elected editor in-chief of the college paper. He is a member
of the senior class, and of the Delta Upsilon fraternity.
Kent College of Law.
Marshall 0. Ewell, LL. 0., M. 0., Dean.
School year opened September 5. 1898. Three
year courts improTed methods uniting theory and
practice. THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICE IS THE LEAD
INQ FEATUKE. Evening sessions of ten hours a -week
for each class. Students can be self supporting
while studtino. Arrangements made for supple
mental preliminary education. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B.f Secretary,
C18-019 ASHLAND BLOCK. CHICAGO, ILL.
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