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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1899)
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nor," 0. W. Holmes; "History of David
Graeme," Mrs. Humphrey Ward;
"Psychical Nature of the Child," Rowe.
A three hundred dollar deficit In the
alumni organ fund still exists. The of
ficers of the association expect to send
out statements to the members who
have not subscribed, asking them to do
so. A little aid from each one would
easily place the association out of debt.
Acting Chancellor Dessoy is contem
plating a new feature for chapel exer
cises. Ten-minute talks on subjects
pertaining to university fn will be
given. Many things about the univer
sity have an interesting history that is
known to but few. The students doubt
less would be much interested in such
A First Nebraska club' of university
students was organized at the univer
sity Wednesday. The officers, time and
place of meeting and other matters will
be decided later. A committee is now
engaged on the constitution and by
laws. 0. W. Meier is temporary presi
dent and W. J. Hunting temporary sec
retary. The new students who have entered
the school of music within the last
week are: Miss Effle Austin, Miss
Maude Pierce, Miss M'.llie Kellner,
Laverne Schwartz, Miss Frances Os
borne, Miss Margaret Pierson, Miss
Kittle Butler and M'ss Gertrude
Rev. Eason of the Trinity Episcopal
church was in chapel last Wednesday
morning and gave a cordial invitation
to those students who are not identified
with any church to visit the Trinity
Episcopal. He spoke also of a series of
student receptions to be begun in the
About five hundred university stu
dents, together with the university
band and a goodly number of the uni
versity battalion, marched to the Rock
Island depot to meet the boys of the
Fifty-first Iowa regiment as they pass
ed through Lincoln on Monday after
noon. They arrived a few minutes after
the train had gone on.
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thing to equal it in value for the price
and do not believe that you will either.
Every pen is warranted. We also
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DR. JAMES STOCKFIELD,
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Music and Picture Department.
We carry a full line of all late and popular
Music at half the publishers price. Pic
tures and photos framed, from 2oc upward.
Indian Posters on colored felt mat 2oc
Platino Types, mounted, 8x10, ftacli 25c
Tho day was a perfect one and some
three hundred and seventy-five stu
dents accompanied the expedition. All
were enabled to do some valuable field
work and many Important specimens
were brought back. Superintendent
Gordon, Principal Davenport and a
host of other teachers represented the
city schools and Professor Barbour the
university. The expedition took lunch
eon at the Atwood quarries at Cedar
Creek; later at South Bend several bar
rels of apples were thrown into the
crowd and the students did the rest.
The expedition returned to the city at
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FASTER THAN EVER..
Effective Oct. 10, the "Union Pacific"
will inaugurate new train service and
will reduce the time of the Overland
Limited Train No. 1, between Chicago,
Council Bluffs and San Francisco, 3
hours and 15 minutes. Only 57 hours
Missouri river to Pacific coast. Buffet,
smoking and library cars, with barber
shop, Chicago and Council Bluffs to
San Francisco and Portland. Three
trains daily to and from Pacific coast.
Elegant palace sleeping cars, dining
care, chair cars. For full information
call on E. B. Slosson, agent.
GRADUATE CLUB MEETING.
The graduate club held its second
meeting of the year Saturday evening
at the home of Dr. Ellery Davis. Be
sides the sixty members there were
present Chancellor and Mrs. Bessoy,
Dr. and Mrs. Edgren, Dr. and Mrs.
Fling, Dr. and Mrs. Ward, Professor
and Mrs. Caldwell, Professor and Mrs.
Moritz and Dr. and Mrs. Candy. The
program consisted of talks by gradu
ates from other schools concerning
their graduate departments. Mr. Gerig
of the romance language department
told about the University of Missouri,
making the point that the graduate
school there was not to be compared to
that of the University of Nebraska,
being much smaller in number of stu
dents and amount of graduate work
offered. Frank E "Watson of the de
partment of zoology related some inter
esting stories of Brown university un-der-graduate
life and explained the
work offered to graduate students.
Miss Haecker gave a few facts about
the University of Minnesota, speaking
particularly of the moro prominent
members of the faculty and the work
for advanced students. The test
speaker was Mr. Siff, fellow in mathe
matics, who told of the life at Clark
university, a school exclusively for
graduate work, Tt is near Boston, lias
only five departments and sixty stu
dents, but the faculty is exceptionally
strong and good work is done in the In
stitution. President Candy then read
an extract from the inauguration, ad
dress of Dr. Wheeler, the new president j
of the University of California, on
"Loyalty to One's Alma Mater." !
The business of the evening consist-
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C. L. SHADER,
Oliver Johnson, D. D. S.
Oirnr llarlc)'i Brutr Store. I inrntn Noh
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The high standard and progressive meth
ods which have given this School its envi
able reputation for over thirty years are
For circulars of detailed information ad
dress the Secretary,
DR. n. s. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, III.
A scientific expedition, including all
departments in the state university
and city schools, left Lincoln by the B.
& M. at o'clock on Saturday, Novem
ber 4, and visited first the Dakota cre
taceous oxpoBiire near Cedar Creek;
second, tho carboniferous exposures in
the extensive Atwood quarries two or
three miles south of Cedar Creek;
third, the old Louisville quarries;
fourth, the exposures and outcrops
along the Plutte river to South Bend;
fifth, the state fisheries and old Stout
quarries. This was one of the most
profitable expeditions planned as yet.
Tlie Iteaily to Write Instrument of Today 1
ed In the election of a representative to r.ni ll
the university stmato, the delegate i Waterman S Ideal
chosen being John Kind, anu uhjcuh
slon of a university publication for re
search work. It waB decided io put out
such a publication at the end of each
year, g.ving each department its proper
share of space. Tho material Js to be
mainly composed of theses for ad
vanced degrees. The committee put in
charge of tho work at present consists
of Dr. Edgren, Dr. Fling and Mr. Gerlg.
After the business of the evening
was'dlsposed of the club broke up into
social groups and wtye served refresh
ments bv Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Candy,
assisted by the Misses Lynn, Edith
Henry, MacFarland and Fox. ThiB
meeting was most enjoyable and help
ful and betokens enthusiasm and suc
ccbs for the future of the graduate club.
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