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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1900)
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Who Is Ludwlg?
Ludwlg the Collego Tnilor.
Lincoln Dental College Clinic, 121
South 14th. Dental work afternoons.
Jim Miller of Wayne, visited the
Alpha Tau boys a few days last week.
Rev. Wharton of the M. E. Church
led tho devotional exercises In the
chapel Monday October 22.
Miss Maud Merrill a first yoar stu
dent, has loft school and returned to
her home at Edgar, Nebraska.
Tho check room will be opened as
soon as the cold weather sots m. Em
ployees have alredy been engaged.
Dr. Hasting lectured at Fremont
Thursday, October 25, to tho public
on "Growth and Dsvolopmont of Ne
braska Children." On Frl.lay, Octo
ber 2G. Dr. Hasting made a special
examination of the Fremont high
school athetotic team.
A petition was being circulated
Saturday for a holiday on election
day in order to allow men td go home
The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
held an initiation last Saturday even
ing, J. McGeachen, Carpenter, and
Hurtz are the new Phi Gammas.
G. W. Bates who has been survey
ing puollc lands in South Dakota has
returned and will take up work in
the engineering groups next semester.
The Debating Association met Mon
day evening, October 22. A new con
stitution was adopted and tho manner
of holding the preliminaries changed. '
The various debating clubs will hold j
the first preliminaries this year. This j
will bo done in the way the club flnos
best suited, but tho expense If any,
will be borne by tho association. Each
club will send five members to the
second test which will bo conducted
by tho association. The judges of
this contest will be the heads of the
departments of American history,
English, Philosophy, European his
tory, Economics and Law.
Tho plans for Impromptu oratorical
contests with Minnesota and otner
universities which were not perfected
last year are under consideration
again thl3 year.
he University of Minnesota
College of Medicine
Tho thirteenth Annual Course of Lectures will
commence on tho 19th day of September, 1000,
and will continue eight and one-half months. Tho
course is graded and covers a period of four years.
Medical Hall, the Laboratory of Medical Science,
the Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and the
Laboratory of Anatomy are situated upon the Cam
pus. The clinical opportunities afforded by tho
hospitals and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St.
Paul arc at tho command of the College. For out
door clinical servico a new clinical building has
boon built in a central location.
For information address,
DR. PARKS RITCHIE,
DEAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.
Several of tho eastern locomotive
works have sent sets of blue prints
and photographs of tneir latest ma
chines to the mechanical engineering
The position of chief trumpeter of
the battalion Is vacant this year. Mr.
Thomas who held that office last
year intends to drill with Company
C for the coming year.
The colleKe settlement board has
definitely decided to change the loca
tion of the settlement house. This
move has been contemplated for
some time, but was not finally acted
upon until the meeting ot the new
board last Thursday. The new loca
tion will be about 21st and N St., and
If arrangements can be made a house
will be purchased by the board. A
committee for this purpose was ap
pointed. It is hoped to enlarge the
work greatly and to make manual
training a regular department. Com
mittees were also appointed to took
over the situation and find out what
support could be expected from the
university body and from outside
J. H. Kuhns, who left school in '95
as a Junior was at the university for
a. couple days in the interesc of toe
Omaha Electrical Manufacturing Co.
-whom he now represents.
Doctor Brace of the department of
physics Is expected to return the first
of next week. He has not fully re
covered from his illness nnd will not
resume his work for some time.
There aro to be three pianos given
away free this winter. By buying
coal of Gregory Tho Coal Man, and
getting tickets, you can help your
fraternity or society get a piano free.
The girls gymnasium classes be
gan regular work In tho old gymnas
ium building Thursday. The bather
for tho girls In the new miildlng
has been completed and h ready for
Tho crop of beets at tho state farm
are being harvested and stored in
the big barn. Owing to tho bounti
ful rains of the past season they
havo reached an almost unprecedent
During tho last few years, no man
has so endeared hlniBolf to tho young
men of tho University as Dr. W. W.
Hastings. No man has been more In
sympathy with tho young men, and
his doparturo will bo regretcd by all.
It Is fitting that an oppurtunlty
should' bo extended to him to addresb
tho young mon of tho University. On
next Sunday, Nov. 4th ho will speak
upon tho subject, "How a Young Man
should caro for his body." This Is
surely a tlmely'subject and all young
men .should hear the discussion,
The following books usually sold
from $1.20 to $1.50 per volume will
be on sale In our book department
next week for 59 cents.
"Under tho Red Robe." by Stanley
J. Weyman. "Caleb West," F. Win
ton Churchill. "Soldiers of Fortune,"
Richard Harding Davis." The Manx
man. ' Hall Cain. "The Choir In
visible," .las. Lane-Allen. "Tho
Forest Lovers," Maurice Hewlett.
"Zlska." Mario Corelll. "The
Prisoner of Zenda," Anthony Hope.
"A Lady of Quality," Mrs Burnett.
"Phroso," Anthony Hope. "Tekla,"
Robert Barr. "Trilby," DuMaurler.
"The Pride of Jennlco," Egerton Cas
tle. "Dross," Henry Leton Merrl
man. "Gloria Mundl," Harold
Frederic. "McLeague," Frank Nor
ris." Agatha Webb," Anna Katherlne
Green. "The .Tessamy Bride,"
Frankfort Moore. "A Dash for a
Throne," A. W. Mnrshmont. "By
Right of Sword," A. W. Marahmont.
"The Towers," Henry Leton Merrl
man. "Tho Oladlly," E. L. Voynlch.
A Gentleman Player," R. N. Steph
ens. "For the Freedom of tho Lea,"
Cyrus Townsend Brady." Barablas,"
Marie Corelll. "St. Ives," Robert
Louis Stevenson. "Sentimental
Tommy," J. M. Barrio. "Adven
mures of Sherlock Holmes,' K, Co-
nan Doyle. H. Mpiiiuuhh. ..mi u
Pays for a double berth in one" of those comfortable
Tourist Sleepers, Lincoln to Los Angeles, Calif. No
change of cars, Leaves Lincoln every Thursday, 6 p.m.,
via the Burlington,
City Ticket Office
Cor. io th and O Sts.
7th St., Bet. P & Q.
When a fellow gets a letter
From a maiden ho devlnes
Many a precious little secret
Written in between the lines.
Funny, too, In Greek and Latin,
How we meet with like designs,
Strange how many happy meanings
Oft are read between the lines.
pposite tbe Campus
Students contemplating the study of Music,
and those who have friends desirous of in
formation concerning the advantages offered,
are cordially invited to visit the School and
and obtain an Illustrated Catalogue.
You can enter at any time,
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