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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1900)
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All tho exchanges from othor uni
versities which aro received by tho
Cardinal 'of tho University of Wiscon
sin aro now to ho kept on file and later
In tho year to ho presented to tho
State Historical Socloty, of Wisconsin.
Mr. Raymor, tho originator of tho plan,
Is a curator of tho Stato Historical So
cloty, and has always boon on tho alort
for anything which would aid tho stato
library and especially tho students of
tho university. Tho various papers
And magazines will bo bound and
placed In tho stato library where tho
students may have easy access to them,
especially when tho library Is removed
to the now building. Tho collection of
the different collogo papors will bo val
uable material for roferenco, especi
ally for tho study of tho lifo In tho
different colleges and universities of
tho country. Besides this many valu
ablo articles on lectures, oxporlmonts
and investigations aro to bo found In
Another plan which has been pro
posed is to have all tho fraternities
and sororities of tho university keop
thoir monthly magazines on file and at
tho end of tho year givo them over to
the state library to bo bound and
placed on fllo. Those magazines
would be valuablo not only to the var
ious fraternities and soroities but to
all the students for works of reference,
in university and fraternity life, at
tho different institutions of learning
in this country.
LELAND STANFORD SECURES A
F. H. Yost will coach the football
team of Loland Stanford next fall.
Last year ho coached Kansas and the
preceding year Nebraska. Tne year
before that, he coached Ohio Wesley
an, whose team of that year is well
remembered by Michigan students. It
was during, that season they met us
on Regents' field and put up as dirty
a gamo of ball as has ever been seen
on our grounds. U. of M. Dally.
The fourth annual banauet of tho
school of agriculture of the University
of Nebraska was held on last Thurs
day in tho Dairy building out at the
stato farm. A dolicious menu was
served to tho guests after which came
an Intellectual feast. A. L. Haecker,
instructor In dairying acted as toast
master in a most happy style, and
these toasts wore made;
Chancellor Bessoy "Growing Parts
of the University."
Dr. Davis "What I know About
Mrs. Monroe "Short Course Boys."
Prof. T. L. Lyon "The School and
Chas. Molich "How can wo Bring
Girls to the Farm."
O. E. Buckley "Do I Look Llko a
E. O. Montgomery "Cranks in tho
Prof: A. E. Burnee "The Future
A. J. Wilson "The Faculty."
Prof. A. E. Davlsson "What Shall
Our Futuro Bo."
W. Small "When I Got a Farm."
Prof. Bruner "Budding" .
.yah Kyser "Long Course Boys."
g. F. Baker "Tho Cake Walk in Ag
riculture." N. C. Dunlap "The Literary Club."
iDr. A. T. Peters "Schlcken Poas
noss." . EX-STUDENT IN MANILA.
JGuy Slaughter, a former momber of
class of 1900, is now one of the pro
prietors of a laundry, in Manila, P- I.
Slaughter was a member of. Company
I.Flrst Nebraska. Ho obtained 'his
discharge at Manila, when his regi
ment left the islands .For-a while, he
worked in tho government commissary
department at a good salary, but con
cluded ho could make more In a pri
vate entorprlso. Another mombor of
his company, Mr. Honderson, is in
partnership with him. Mr. Slaughter
expects to viBit Asia, Japan, Australia,
Borneo and othor Oriental countries
before returning to tho United States.
UNIVERSITY MEN IN CONGRESS.
Wheh in Washington recontly, Pres
ident Angoll referred to the number
of U. of M. men in congress. Sovoral
Eastern papors have undertaken to
dispute the statement. The matter
has been carefully looked up hero and
tho claim has been found to bo too
Seventy-four graduates and students
of tho University of Michigan have
been elected or appointed to tho differ
ent congresses of tho United States
since 1830. They have boon sent from
twenty-three states. Of tho total num
ber, 24 wore from Michigan, 8 from
Ohio, G from Indiana, 5 from Minne
sota, 3 each from Illinois, Kansas, Ne
braska, and Wisconsin, 2 each from
California, Iowa, Kentucky and Utah,
and one each from Colorado, Idaho,
Maryland, Missouri, New Jorsey, New
York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania,
South Dakota, Tennessee and Wash
ington. Nine of tho 74 mon were
elected or appointed to the senate, and
the remaning G4 to tho house of repre
sentatives. Tho present congress has
twenty members who aro graduates of
Michigan U. of M. Dally.
Miss Huntington of Omaha has reg
istered this week, and will specialize
in domestic science.
ASK THE SENIORS
ABOUT OUR WORK.
1029 0 ST.
THE ALBERT TEACHERS' AGEHCY
Central flusic Halls, Chicago.
Fifteenth Year. 3250 Positions Filled. Nearly
300 In '99. List of Schools of and
Colleges In which we fill
positions sent free.
Address: C. J. Albert, Manager.
STUDENTS go to
C. D. BOWDISH'S
For Satisfactory Barber Work.
Farmers and Merchants' Insurance Co. Bldg.
Fifteenth and O Streets.
L. Q. HERZOG,
ine Tailoring . . .
Headquarters for University Students'
Dress Suits. Rates given when more than
C. V. BOOTH, City Solicitor.
1032 O Street.
THE CARDNER SUITORIUM
Co ner Eleventh and O Streets,
Basement New Richards Block.
JACOB WEBER & BRO., Proprietors.
Clothing Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired,
Relined, and Refitted.
Special Attention given to Students.
Your Tires SET
You are Invited to use
our compressed air
plant to inflate your
tires. No work for you.
No charge from us.
C. L. SHADER,
'" "' .. 3i2 SMitk Twelfth.
Cfortralt and landscape
Gallery Established 1871.
129 South Eleventh Street,
The Omaha Medical College,
Students Especially Invited to Call.
R. & . BARBER SHOP
1144 0 Street.
()N and after June 1, 1000, candidates for nd--'
mission must present a degree in Arts, liter
ature, Philosophy, or science, from a recognized
college or scientific school, with the exception of
such persons, of suitable age and attainments, ns
may be be admitted by special vote of the Facul
ty taken in each case.
Vqr detailed Information concerning Courses of
instruction, or catalogue, address,
Dr, Vm. L Richardson, Dean,
Harvard fledical College, Boston, floss.
as well as
Waterman s Meal
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