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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1899)
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THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.
Faculty recital In chapel Wednesday
Y. M. G. A. meeting Sunday afternoon
Musical program In chapel Friday at
IJocse meeting Friday evening.
English club Saturday evening at the
homo of Cal Atwood.
Literary society meetings Friday
evening at usual hour.
Geneva meeting, Y. W. C. A.. Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Regular meetings of the debating
t lubs Saturday evening.
Foot ball game with Kansas City
medics on the campus Saturday at 3:30
A. L. Doal, '98, has entered the law
Miss May Prentiss, '99, left last Fri
day for Albany, N. Y.
Edgar A. Balrd of Omaha has en
tered the senior law class.
Judge Reese made a trip to Fremont
Wednesday and returned Thursday.
Miss Laura Woodford was pledged
ast week to the Kappa Alpha Theta.
E. R. Morrison, '98, has returned
rom the east and has entered the law
Miss Tinol Bratt of Beatrice entered
the university last week as a special
student in music.
H. G. Shedd left Thursday morning
'or Iowa City, where he will visit ex
Miss Mae Burr entertained for Delta
Gamma Friday evening at her home on
Fifteenth and H streets.
Frank Manchester went to Omaha
Tuesday to be present at the wedding
of his s!ster, which occurred Thursday.
Miss Louise Burruss of Geneva and
Miss Katherine McPhecly of Minden
'vere pledged last week to the Pi Beta
Carl Engberg, Instructor in mathe
matics, has been kept from his class
or the week past by a severe attack of
Miss Alice Boyle, Katherine Sterling
.'nd Laura Hunt were elected to mem
ership in the Palladian society Friday
R. A. Tynan, '99, is at Deer Lodge,
Mont. He wont west partly on account
f his health, which he writes has
R. E. Benedict turned out for foot
iall practice Monday for the first time
'his season. He will play his old posi
tion right half.
Mrs. Louis Marshall entertained for
Kappa Kappa Gamma Saturday after
noon at her residence on Twenty-first
and Washington streets.
George Shedd, formerly of the uni
versity and now principal of the Ash
and high school, was a guest at the
?hl Psi house over Sunday.
R. D. Kingsbury returned Thursday
and will soon be back on the foot ball
team. He is in good condition, having
played on the Givnd Island base ball
team during the past summer.
Edwin P. Samplo, a graduate of Kan--as
university ard a member of Phi
lamma Delta and the law fraternity of
?hl Delta Phi, spent Monday In Lin
coln, visiting at the university and
with his fraternity brothers.
C. C. Norris, who was In the univer
sity In 189-1-5, is now at San Francisco,
waiting until hla regiment is sent to
ho Philippines. Ho is n sergeant in
Company M, Thirty-second volunteers.
Wayne Larrabeo of Company M,
First South Dakota volunteers, is sick
in the hospital at the Presidio, San
Francisco, Onl. Mr. Larrabee was for
merly a student of the university.
While in the Philippines he was a clerk
at Gen. Otis' headquarters and later at
Gen. McArthur's headquarters.
Paul Fitzgerald has returned from
Philadelphia, where he has been attend
ing the national convention of Sigma
Chi. H. D. Landis was elected as dele
gate, but on account of sickness was
not able to attend. Mr. Fitzgerald took
his place. Later portions of tho pro
ceedings will be published. Among
other things, A. A. Bischoff was elected
praHor for this province.
Gregory the Coal Man.
Books. The Co-op., 322 N .11th.
New books. University Book Co.
New books. University Book Store.
Full line of writing tablets at Univer
sity Book Store.
Will Johnson of Omaha visited the
Phi Psi boys over Sunday.
Nebraskan subscriptions taken at
the University Book Store.
Lectutres and regular work in the
college of law began Tuesday.
Whatman, Crane and Weston draw
ing papers at University Book Store.
Two new members were received into
the Union literary society Friday even
ing. The membership of the university Y.
M. C. A. has reached one hundred and
Ben LaSelle of Beatrice was shaking
hands with friends on the campus last
Full line of tablets, writing pads and
notebooks at the University Book
Only a few days left in which to se
cure season tickets for the Y. M. C. A.
Uncalled for shirts and underwear
at half price. Harper's shirt factory,
1012 0 street.
Our university pins have come and
are going fast Get one at tho Univer
sity Book Store.
Students should see Charles B. Greg
ory (class of '91) at Eleventh and 0
for coal and wood.
Old cadets were assigned gimp
Wednesday and hereafter will drill In
the manual of arms.
Students may leave laundry at The
Co-op. for the Best Laundry Co. Best
work and prompt delivery.
The date for the sophomore hop has
been finally fixed for October 20. It
will be held in Courier hall.
Wait for our new consignment of
Waterman pens, every style, to be here
this week. University Book Store.
Perfect comfort nnd beauty com
bined in Jenness Miller shoes for
ladies. Price ?3.50. Mayer Bros,
Over twelve hundred students have
registered this year. Five hundred and
forty-live of these aro new students.
Bicycle and camera supplies of all
kinds. Typewriting and mimeograph
ing. At "Tho Co-op.," 322 N. 11th St.
Factory to feet University shoes.
?3.00; Regent shoes, $3.50. No better
shoes on enrth. One price, one profit.
Oamoron's cafe is tho best place In
town for students to board. Open at
nights tho year round. 118 South
Tho university Y. M. C. A. will "bo
represented by twonty delegates at tho
btate convention to bo hold In South
Omaha October 12-15.
The Greek department Is offering
this semester what has heretofore been
known as the second semester of sec
ond preparatory Greek.
A special class In advanced English
Is being organized. Those desiring to
take advantage of this class should con
fer with Schuyler Miller.
Tho sopohmorc and freshmen classes
have organized foot ball teams, which
are putting in some hard practice pre
paratory to the class games.
Prof. Maggi organized a class in ora
tory Friday night for the law students
to meet hereafter on Wednesday night
from 8 to 9 o'clock in the law room.
The use of tho university library for
reading and reference by the general
public has Increased perceptibly since
the city library was destroyed by fire.
Horace Rose, one of the international
secretaries of the Y. M. C. A., will be
tho guest of the university Y. M. C. A.
for two days after the state conven
t'on. The prospects are good for new ath
letic grounds next year. Some of tho
vacant blocks a short distance from the
campus are to be secured for this pur
pose. The girls' gymnasium classes began
work last Tuesday morning. Miss Al
berta Spulck and Miss Adeloyd Whit
ing will assist Miss rfarr during the
A neat little building is being erect
ed west of the power house. This con
tains scales for weighing the thousands
of tons of coal which the university
The law school now has an enroll
ment of one hundred and twenty. It
Is expected that this number wlllbe In
creased to one hundred and fifty before
the end of the year.
Largest stock of second-hand books,
most complete supply of new books, Y.
M. C. A. studies, tablets, everything at
the sign of The Co-op., just half block
from library, 322 N. 11th.
The Delian boys' debating club ad
journed Saturday evening after a short
business meeting in order to attend the
reception of the Y. M. 0. A. and the Y.
W. C. A .to new students.
The library has received two large
cases of books bought by Professor
Fossler while in Germany. These care
fully chosen volumes will greatly
strengthen the German section of the
The twenty-s'x large boxes for stu
dents' books In In the lower hall of the
library building have been lettered
from A to Z, so that each student may
use the box bearing the first letter of
A new oak bookcase has been placed
In the library reading room to accom
modate tho rapidly growing files of
English and American periodicals. It
will hold eight hundred and seventy
Dr. Ward has recently received from
the government an official map of Porto
Rico and the surrounding waters. It
will be used In the study of govern
ment collections, on which Dr. Ward is
Among the new students who have
registered at the conservatory from out
of town during the past weok are Grace
on.ppen, Laura Phaley, Zelia Griffen,
Julian Munger, Lottie Talbot and Go'
Alpha Tau Omega Initiated William
Ely from Alnsworth and Rjiini, n
Pntitrllnn. t m. . . 'I
w...w..,h Hum loicaman last weok. Mr.
Ely Is a son of Dr. Ely, who was re
cently nominated on tho republican
ticket for regent.
The law library has rocontly been
supplied with eight now incandescent
Lghts. The library is now fitted with
the convonionces necessary to a good
reading room and most of the students
do their, work there.
Has been known for years to
University students as the
best place in Lincoln to buy
the right kind of goods at the
The department is stocked
with a complete line of Foun
tain Pens, Student's Note
Books, History Paper, Tab
lets, Pencils, and all other
school and college supplies.
You can buy a fourteen
karat gold Fountain Pen for
69c; History Paper as low as
5e. per 100 sheets; History
Covers from 9c. to 15c. each,
and all other supplies at equal
ly low figures.
Our miscellaneous book
stock contains all the latest
publications as well as the
standard works by well known
authors, text books, diction
aries, translations, etc.
We sell all the latest music
at one -half the published
price. We also envvy a com
plete line of vocal and instru
mental sheet music contain
ing 4,000 pieces at 5c. per
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