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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1901)
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Xocal anb personal.
- , Dr. Wentc, Dentist.
' Dr. McLcod, Surgeon.
! Do you know Hanna?
; Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases, 1215 O.
' J. Riser, dentist, S. W. Cor. 10 & 0.
Wester field's egg shampoo is all right.
' Junior Prom, Lincoln Hotel, Febru
Ray Harris law '00 visited a few
days at the university last week.
"Judge" Davidson, Tecumseh, spent
a day last week with Sigma Alphas.
) Don Cameron's Lunch Counter, 114
ll8 South Eleventh.
Miss Gr.ico Russell does not expect
to attend the University next semester.
. J. S. Moore went to Creto on Fri
day to visit Doane. Ho spent Sunday
Miss Gould, a sister of Miss Lodcna
Gould, has registered for work the sec
Thomas Appleget received news last
week of the sudden death of his sis
ter in Wyoming.
John Hill, who has been in Mon
. tana during the past year, is visiting
at the Phi Delta house.
Miss Blendena Emmons will bo in
Lincoln about January 31 and spend a
month with her sister.
Rev. Manss, of the First Congrega
tional church, conducted tho chapel
services last Wednesday.
E. F. Davis has resumed his studies
after an absence of about two weeks,
caused by severo illness.
Dr. Clements of the Botany depart
ment was absent from his work last
week on account of sickness.
Miss Mae Rico will be in Lincoln
next month and will draw for the Arrow-Head,
Junior Annual, and Senior
Miss Bouton of the Domestic Science
department visited in Ashland Wednes
day. She returned Thursday to re
sume her Work.
An extra large mail box has been
placed on the porch of the main bidd
ings. The old one was considerably
taxed at times.
Thero is no question but Glen Rock
Lump is tho best and cleanest coal lor
c5.76 u ton in tho market. Gregory The
Coal Man at 1 100 is sole agent.
Tho class in American history II
promises to bo very largo next semes
ter, judging from tho number of stu
uents who are making inquiries about
E. B. Rogers, a gentleman about 58
years of age, who was taKing some
work in tho law school, was last week
adjudged insane and taken to tho Lin
Tho Y. M. C. A. gavo a reception
to tho students at the Stato Farm last
Friday night. A fluo program was
given. Refreshments were served by
tlio Y. W. C. A.
The athletic board has refused to en
ter tho old football leaguo of Iowa,
Missouri, Kansas, and Nebiaska un
less Iowa consents to re-enter. This Is
not at all likely.
Last Wednesday tho eight o'clock
class in physical training and tho ath
letic class played a game of basket
ball which resulted in a score ot! 13
to 9 in favor of athletic class.
Coach Booth wishes all men who
expect to go into the athletic or base
ball teams, to do so as soon as possi
ble. All candidates should be in at the
beginning of tho second semester.
At Richeson's Academy of Dancing,
social dancing every Friday evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock. Beginners classes
on Wednesday and Saturday. Acad
emy, 1132 N street. Phone. No. 1127.
"Proceedings of tho Institution of
Mechanical Engineers from 1847 to
194," a set of books in forty-three
volumes, bound in half-calf, ha3 been
added to tne Mechanics Art Library.
Coach Booth has taken chargo of
several gymnasium classes. Ho is giv
ing attention to indoor work prepara
tory for the track team.
While Mr. Shaw, University carpen
ter, was working at tho art exhibit
some days ago, ho suffered quite a
painful but not seriouB fall.
Five o'clock gymnasium work will
bo given up to basketball for the first
and .second team. Four o'clock gym
nasium work will be given up to ath
letic and basketball team exclusively.
, . Those wh expect to bo candidates
f or the teams during tho spring ath
letics will be required to register for
(physical training for the second semes-
The Sociology class under Prof. Pre
vey will take a course in "practical
charities" next semester. Visits will
be made to all the charitable insti
tutions of Lincoln and tho surround
Friday evening, at a meeting of the
olllcers of the Battalion it was decid
ed to take at least eight pages of the
Junior Annual for the Batalion and
divide tho expense among tho entire
Mr. Cornell, University photogra
pher, has been preparing cuts for a
new folder illustrating the University
of Nebraska campus. It will contain,
besides other views, interior and ex
terior representation of the new Me
The schools of the following coun
tios have already been accredited to
the school of agriculture: Burt, Cass,
Dixon, Hall, Hamilton, Harlan, Jeffer
son, Lincoln, Richardson, Saline,
barpy, Saunders, Seward, and Washington.
Tho difficulty between Professor Lo
bingier and the junior law class has
been settled in a way that is satis
factory to all parties concerned, and
apparently the relation between tho
professor and the class Is more friend
ly than formerly.
Professor Luckey wishes to publish
a complete list of the University grad
uates who have received the "Uni
versity Teacher's Certificate" and their
present occupation and address. To
this end he dCBires information from
all graduates holding such certificates.
Can use an extra pair of Pantaloons
to help out the winter suit, j jfi
We are making a great Trouser
sale now. Jfi & Want a pair?
LOT J All our Trousers up to $7.00 at $4.95
LOT 2 All our Trousers up to 5.00 at 3.45
LOT 3 All our Trousers up to 4.00 at 2.45
LOT 4 All our Trousers up to 3.00 at 1.95
LOT 5 All our Trousers up to 2.25 at J. 45
Professor Candy has received an or
der from the University of California
ofr fifty copies of his Analytical Geom
etry. The book will be taken up by a
large class in tho university in the
Dress parade was held on the
campus last Wednesday. A decided
improvement was noticed in the ap
pearance of the batallion since its first
appearance on last Friday. Chancellor
Andrews was present and was much
pleased by the military bearing of the
The Delian Literary Society ren
dered the following program Friday
evening, January 25:
Vocal Solo Mr. Haynes.
Something V. C. Batie.
Reading Miss Daughters.
Something Mr. Davis.
Vocal Solo Miss Musseter.
The basket ball team will go to Chi
cago some tlinein March to tako part
in the national basketball contest. Ten
teams are to take part in this con
test. The trainer of the team says
thero are several men playing hard to
get the place of center, which was left
vacant by Plllsbury's leaving the University.
The following program was given
at the meeting of the Palladians:
Autoharp Duet Messrs. Baker and
Recitation Guy Hamilton.
Selected Reading Chauncey Orton.
Vocal Solo "Kiss Me Waltz" Miss
Joquos T. M. Hewitt.
Reading Florence Payne.
Duet Mandolin and Guitar,
The program given at tho Union So
ciety Friday evening, was aa follows:
Vocal Solo Selected.
Recitation MIsb Grace Musseter.
Recitation R. C. James.
Vocal Solo MiE3 Bulah Livesay.
Paper "Loronorola" J. S, Swenson.
Recitation "The Now Organ" Miss
Instrumental Solo Miss Majoria
Last Tuesday oue of the assistants
in the store room of the onemlstry de
part met with an accident which re
sulted in breaking a number of bot
tles of fuming nitric acid. For a tlmo
the building was so filled with fumes
.that the students were obliged to leave
their work. No one was seriously in
jured in the affair.
The Department of Chemistry will offer
the following courses which aro open as
olectives to all prepared students.
28. Theoretical Chemistry.
30. Laboratory course in physical
and chemical methods.
32. Technical chemistry, as applied
to household economy.
12. Water analysis.
10. Advanced organic chemistry.
It might be of interest to several of
the studeuts of the university to know
that several members cf tho faculty
will speak at tho Unitarian church on
the following Sunday evenings: Feb
ruary 3, Prof. W. G. L. Taylor, on The
Visible and the Invisable Laws; March
3, Prof. H. W. Caldwell, The Ethics of
Politics; March 17, Prof. P. H. Grum
mann, Some VeBtiges of Early German
Cults; April 28, Mr. C. E. Provey, Char
ity ao Related to tho Survival of tho
Fittest; May B, Dr. T. E. Bolton, Spiritualism.
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