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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1900)
II, A. '0. lico, (io lieroby announce
fmysel a 'canflitlato for election to the
athletic "boarcl, subject to tho approval
of the association. A. C. LEE.
fr lioroby announce myself a candi
'date for the athlotic "board subject to
'the approval of the association on
iMay 5, 1900. W. Tt. McGEACHIN.
HECEPilON TO SOLDIERS.
Last Saturday tho ladies' auxiliary
to the First Nebraska, gave a recopi
lion In the armory to tho "Eighth
Army Corps," all the members of tho
"First "Regiment In the city, and all of
tho members of the second and third
regiments in the -university. The hall
was tastefully decorated 'with flags,
hunting and flowers. A full "bust ior--trait
of Colonel John M. Stotseriburg,
neatly drapou In flags, hung in the cen
ter just in front of the pipe organ.
Quito a number of Philippine, Chinese,
and Japanese rollcs, "kindly loaned by
"Lieutenant Colonel Frank Eager of the
Pirst Nebraska, "were on exhibition.
String music "was furnishod by the
Ideal "Mandolin club, Vhich Tvas ex
ceptionally "well Tendered, especially
the melody of German airs. "Miss
"Marie Ndrlno played a piano solo, an
etude "by "Wauanhaupt, and Miss Leu
'M. Laucks, sang Schmode's "-Summer."
All of the music was "highly appreci
ated. Adjutant -Bert W. "Whedon de
livered an excellent eulogy on Colonel
Stotsenberg. No one in the regiment
is'more competent to speak oi Colonel
Stotsenberg than Mr. Whodon as the
two -were almost continually together.
Ira Kellogg, Company B, First Ne
braska, Toad some original Toems.
Miss Robertson, presiuent of fho la
dies anxiliary was called on for a few
Temarks, to -which she very ably re
sponded. A Filipino, "who accompanied
the First Nebraska rendered a very
lieat sword drill, and sang a Spanish
song -which proved one of the most
pleasing numbers of the program. 0.
vv. "Meier concluded the program with
a talk. IB. E. Tilleson, president of the
"Eighth Army Club" was chairman.
Some time was then spent in a social
way and in getting acquainted, after
which ice cream and cake were served
Tjy the young ladies. The boys did not
equal 'their former Tecords, for this
time they could not devour all the ice
cream and cake offered them.
"Mother!" he yollecl, so loud that
tho librarian came out to seo what was
It took but one step for him to de
scend tho Test of tho stairs and tho
way he hugged and kissed his mater
was a wonder, yes that is what 1t was,
simply a wonder.
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W IS THE BEST
r. E. Eilgerton, Agent, University.
She was a little, wrlnklod-up, old
"woman with locks of grey hair that
Hell below her old-fashioned, black
bonnet, and her dim groy eyes wore al
most hidden behind a pair of stool
bowed spectacles. She wore a checked
shawl drawn around her shoulders and
fastened with a hlack-headod pin in
She stopped one after another of the
students coming out of tho gate, with
the question: 'Do you know whore my
boy, John Brown, is?
But no one Boomed to know whore
she would And John Brown.
Finally sho mustorod up enough
courago to come Inside of the campus,
and thon she started up tho library
steps. Just as sno readied tho outor
door 'she heard a "voice that sounded
''Como and go with us, Madge. "Wo
'wlll.'goand get those flowers now thut
The Inner door swung on its liinges
anda.young man and two young ladies
cumo out. Tho young man's attire was
of tho latest cut and colors, from tho
claybank shoes on his feet, to the ex
"tromoly high collar that protruded
through his rod nock-tie. He was half
'way 'down tho stops before he saw 'the
llltflooia woman at the bottom, lior (face
lilt mp with a smile. Suddenly lio
eaught sight of her and stared,
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That are effective every time, through 'II kinds of
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XL be Unromity of miiwesvta
c4kK of miikm
The "twelfth Annual Course of lectures -will commence on
the 19th day of September, 1899, and will continue eight and
one-half months. The course is .graded and covers a period
of four years. Medical Hall, the laboratory of Medical
Sciences, the laboratory of Medical Chemistry,, and the
laboratory of Anatomy are situated upon the University
Campus. The clinical opportunities afforded Ijy theliospitals
and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St. Paul are at the com
mand of the College. Por out-door clinical service a new
clinical "building "has leen "built in a central location.
Por information address,
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33-36 S. JOth St.
300 WnMilngrton St.
17 West Ninth.
310 N. 8th St.
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