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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1901)
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Paul Hoagland of Omona attended
the senior promenade.
Miss Maymo Auman Is suffering
from an attack of scarlet fever.
Mr. C. C. North -went to Crete last
Saturday In the interests of Y. M. 0.
Miss Edith Shaw returned Sunday
from several days' visit with old
friends in Red Oak, la.
Mr.W. L. Ducker, '97, this year doing
graduate work In hotany, has done
something in the way of supplying
liigh schools with mounted material ior
botanical study. When an undergradu
ate student he was noted for the beauty
and accuracy of his work in ihe mak
ing of microscopic specimens, and he
is likely now to be able to turn tuts
ability to good account
Since ladies do not frequent the en
gineering library in the evenings, the
"engineers" deport themselves in ac
cordance with comfort only. It must
certainly be an "awe inslpring" sight
to an unaccustomed visitor during a
wrarm evening to see about fifteen men
in their shirt sleeves, satisfying the
demands of comfort in the most im
proved manner, viz., leaning back in
their chairs with their feet on the
"Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews, chancel
lor of the University ol Nebraska, and
formerly superintendent of the Chicago
schools, will spend the summer lectur
ing at the University of Chicago. The
summer quarter announcements, dis
trinuted at the university yesterday,
says Dr. Andrews will give a course of
twenty lectures on 'Practical Ethics,
and that he will discuss ihe most im
portant moral problems of the personal
life. This series will be given in the
Biblical literature and history group.
Dr. Andrews will also give some of the
lectures in the general course for Fri
day evening." Chicago Record-Hera.d.
Many there were who on reading
Bellamy's "Looking Backwards" and
later his "Equality," pronounced them,
no doubt, pleasant Jlctionu of a specula
tive brain, but that they ever would
or could come true or be put into prac
tice was not to be thought ofi We pre
sent thoughts for the future lhat are
not fiction, but on the contrary astound
ing facts. See our add "Education Is
Wealth" on another page in this issue.
J. W. Verdon, Hgent
West Publishing Company
615 American Bank Building, Kansas City, Mo. !
Please send all orders and inquires for law books to this office.
. We are general dealers in law books, both new and second hand. et our
prices before purchasing.
J. W. Yernon, Hgent
H. W. Brown Drug "Book Co.
and all other suppu
We shall have all the best new books
Miss Barbour and Mr. Warner have
just finished the restoration of the
pelvis of a great dinosaur called steg
alsaurus ungulatus. These bones were
found by Professors Barbour and
Moore on the Morrill expedition of
1900. They have also finished mount
ing a giant rib of the dinosaurus called
tho atlantosaurus. The rib is six feet
long and of solid proportions, and is
also a discovery made on the expedition
of 3900. Both of these will be on ex
hibition within a month.
The Palladian society helu an ora
torical contest last Frfday evening.
Mr. Fred J. Kelley won the first
prize, which was ten dollars, and Mr.
Clyde C. Telleson won the scconu prize,
five dollars in money.
Following are the speakers and ..he
"Luther at Worms," Louis Leighton.
"Social Sympathy and Service," A.
"Colonel Stotsenburg," Fred J. Kel
ley. "Harmachis," Clyde C. Telleson.
The following musical numbers were
Piano duet "Alpine Storms," Grace
Mussetter, Imogene Clinton.
Piano solo Miss Smart.
Vocal solo Miss Clark.
THE COLLEGE SETTLEMENT.
A friend of the university uas do
nated a lot to the college settlement.
The business men of Lincoln have giv
en several hundred dollars to place a
house upon the lot. Members of tne
faculty have given liberally to aid in
this work. The students now nave
their chance to aid in the good cause.
Watch the college papers for full Infor
mation of its work and plans.
Folio, History Papt
lt huhlishj'd. Call and ste US.
assort South Eleventh Street.
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