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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1899)
prominent papers arid periddlcals. The
new book will contain tho beat verso
culled from tho former volume with tho
addition of iriany now poems. In re
viewing tho book tho Midland Monthly
had the following In Its columns:
'Once In awhile as one walks through
a "forest of corn there rises above tho
ghostly rustle a pure note of bird
music too sweet to last long all too
soon drowned In discordant notes of
men rind boys and distant machinery
and of birds that do not sing. So, as
one turns over tho leaves of the little
book, fancifully named "Corn Tassels,"
a book of verso by tho Nebraska poet,
William Heed Dunroy, he finds there a
rare note of poetry that thrills and delights.'"'
HAVE YbU CALLED
RECEPTION TO NEW STUDENTS.
The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. of
the university gave their annual recep
tion to new students Saturday evening.
The chapel was crowded at S:30 o'clock
to listen to the program which was an
nounced to take place at that time.
The opening selection was a soprano
solo by Miss Reymonds, after which
Chairman Moore announced a short
talk by Chancellor Bessey. The chan
cellor, during his brief talk, spoke very
highly of the work of the Christian as
sociation, especially their endeavors to
welcome all new students and make the
university more homelike to them.
Following the chancellor's remarks a
beautiful selection was played on the
cornet by Earle Wehn. Next, Miss
Kyle, secretary of the city association,
gave a very clear outline of the Y. W.
C. A. work, both in the city and college
Dr. Ward then made a few scientific
remarks, also pressing upon all stu
dents the importance of belorging to a
The closing feature of the program
was a few remarks by Miss Woods,
president of the college 'association, in
which was extended a cordial Invita
tion to all to remove to the armory and
spent the rest of the evening in a social
time. The invitation was accepted by
all and the crowd of students, among
which were mingled many professors,
passed to the armory, which was artist
ically decorated with flags and ferns
The young men and women of the asso
ciations were at the armory in full
force to welcome all and help strangers
get acquainted . Light refreshments
were served during the evening.
You will find a complete line of school
supplies, text books, note paper, his
tory covers, drawing, botany and zoo
logy instruments, Waterman's Ideal
fountain pens, and in fact, everything
that a student will possibly use
D. P. DAYTON.
A. D. DAYTON.
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Tho first faculty recital of the sea
son will be given in the chapel Wednes
day evening. All are cordially invited.
The following is the program:
Sonata Piano and 'cello, op. 3C...Grieg
Andante Molto Tranqulllo . . .
Henry Eames and Lillian Eiche.
Contralto Solo "A Red, Red Rose"
F. II. Hastings
Piano Solo "The Wanderer"
Mrs. Marie Soehlke Powers.
Soprano Solo "My Love's an Ar
butus" C. VilHers Stanford
Violin Solo "Hungarian Rhapso
Baritone Solo "The Bandolera". .
Ix.slie Stuart. .
Piano Solo Nocturne op. Cl..Sgambati
"The Elf" Schumann
"FruehllngrauBchon" .... Sinding
Mrs. Will Owen Jones.
Soprano Solo "Nymphs and
Sonata Piano, 'cello and violin,
op. 72 Godard
Henry Eames, Lillian Eiche and
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