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Xocal ant) personal.
Dr. Weutc, Dentist.
Unl pins at the Co-op.
Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases, 1215 O.
Dr. E. A. Carr, Surgeon, 141 So. 12.
For a fceat shino go to Edward's.
Cor. EloYcnth ond N sts.
Geo. E. Constancer, barber, 1010 O
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114
Let us give you a tip. Drink the
latest Newby Flip, at Hanna's.
Miss Ida Taylor will spend her vaca
tion in the East
Miss Sue Ashniun is visiting Miss
Vera Watles at Omaha.
Miss Edna Howells will spend the
summer months in Michigan.
Chapel exercises have been discon
tinued for the remainder of the year.
S. H. Thompson has been elected
principal of the St. Paul high school.
Get one of those sterling silver uni
versity pins at the Co-op before go
ing home. Only 50c
A. J. Pepperburg goes to Kansas
City to work for an electrical engineer-
"ir""fn' i" ' I iihuii) i i i
Misses Clara Dimmick, Catherine
Lumry, and Susanne Ashmun are
wearing Omega Psi pins.
The Y. M. C. A. girls feel well sat
is ned With th result of their candy
sale. Eighteen dollars was realized.
A brown derby hat has been left at
the registrar's office. The owner may
obtain his property by calling for it
Miss Edith Curry gave her gradu
ate recital at the university auditori
um Thursday evening, May 23, at 8
Miss Emma Neidhard has been ap
pointed instructor of history and Ger
man in the high school at Le Mars,
The May number of the Popular
Science News contains an article by
Professor BeBsey on ''The Forest
Trees of the Plains."
The best place in the city for satis
factory barber work is Westerfleld'e.
117 N. 13th St Give him a trial and
you will bo a regular customer.
All kinds of books for graduating
gifts. We make a specialty of fram
ing pictures properly. H. Herpol
Harry Culver, Ralph Folsom, and
H. O. Hanna made a flying trip into
southern Kansas laBt Saturday and
returned the following Tuesday.
A return game of baseball will
probably be played with the Wash
burn team at Kansas City. Each team
haB succeeded in defeating the other.
MIbb Woods Johnson, who came
from tho EaBt to attend the Delta
Gamma convention, will remain in the
city till after commencement week.
Mrs. F. Hartsook, nee Miss Dirdsel,
of Greenwood, died a few days ago at
her homo in Greenwood.
Auiden Turk, a former student of
tho university from Elmwood, Neb.,
visited a few days with the Sig Alph
Miss Rheta Pemborton of Fairbury
was in Lincoln to attend the Pan-Hellenic.
She was tho guest of Emily
The last regular meeting of the Y.
W. C. A. will be held Wednesday.
29th. Mrs. Lambertson will lead. An
unusually large attendance .is--anticipated.
The three literary societies will
hold their annual picnics this week.
The Unions and Delans on Thursday
and the Palladians on Saturday, all
at Loncoln park.
Captain Rhodes entertained the
members of the ball team at the Delta
U house last Thursday evening. The
evening was spent in playing cards,
smoking, and talking ball.
Last Thursday Chancellor Andrews
deliveied an address at the commence
ment exercises of the high school at
Harvard, this state. His subject was
"Why Seek a Higher Education?"
The masonry class has been busy
the past week making estimates of the
cost of a cistern designed by Mr.
Ellsworth a few years ago as a reserve
water supply for the university in
case of fire.
At the meeting of the
fto5-iu ,W"tegfr rFliwfidayfegacgr
Henderson's report of the eastern
trip was read and approved. The foot
ball schedule for the coming season
was also accepted.
Misses Addeloyd an,d May Whiting
gave an Informal party at meir home
last Thursday night, in honor of Mrs.
Seachrist of Denver. During the even
ing a dainty luncheon was served, and
a play waB given by six young ladies.
J. J. Kaspar has returned from Mich
igan, where he had been employed by
the Shaw Electric Co. He will take
a vacation till the 1st of August,
when he will report for duty as drafts
man at the Mare Island navy yard.
Tho department of botany has re
ceived a couple of small packages of
Alpine plants from a correspondent in
Germany. Plants of this kind are of
much Interest in comparison with tlie
plants of our own Rocky mountains.
Professor Caldwell returned Sunday
from Mitchell, S. D., where he acted
as Judge in tho intercollegiate oratori
cal meet Professor Caldwell sayB
that South Dakota produces some fine
The state interscholastic meet will
be held on the campus next Saturday.
The leading high schools of the state
will compete. In view of the excellent
record made by Lincoln at Kansas
City, some good records may be looked
Koene Abbott, a former .student of
tho university, who is at present city
editor of the Fremont Herald, was in
town last week. He attended the
meeting of tho English club Satur
day evelnng at Miss Whiting's.
Chapol exercises laBt Monday con
sisted of solos by Miss Lansing and
Mrs. Holyoke, followed by a duet
Chapel was then resolved into a mass
meeting to stir up enthusiasm for the
college settlement. Professor Cald
woll led, and addresses were made
by Professors Taylor and Candy, urg
ing the merit of their cause, and call
ing for contributions from the students.
Wanted Gentlemen and ladies;
salary $20 per week and commission;
expenses paid; experience not neces
sary. Manager, 301 Richards block,
Students intending to study den
tistry will find tho Lincoln Dental
Collego thoroughly up-to-date, and
owned by Lincoln dentists, who are
sparing no energy or expense to make
it an institution of merit For further
information address Lincoln Dental
College, 206 Richards block.
The Y. W. C. A. will close their
work this week. The officers feel well
satisfied that the year has been a most
successful one, both financially and
The Delian Boys' Debating Club
elected the following officers for tho
fall term next year: President, A. H.
Maxwell; vice-president, E. F. Davis;
secretary-treasurer, Thomas Johnson;
attorneys, C. J. Berkey, R. C. James;
representative to university assembly
and sergeant-at-arms, V. C. Cote.
The Hayward Republican Club
elected officers for next year at their
meeting Saturday. They are as fol
lows: R. W. Harlow, president; A. L.
Chase, first vice-president; C. C.
North, second vice-president; Fred
K. Nielsen, secretary, and Fred Sut-
The Y. W. C. A. will send three of
their representative members to Lake
Geneva this f.ummer. In former ears
the number of delegates nevor ex
ceeded two, but 'the work of the asso
ciation has become so extensive this
year that it Is considered necesBary
to increase the number.
Professor Bessey spent a couple of
busy days last week in St. Louis,
where he met a number of prominent
botanists. He spent a good deal of
time in the examination of the Im
provements in the Missouri botanical
garden, and In consultation with the
director. Dr. William Trelease. and
other members of the staff. He brings
back many new ideas, some of which
he hopes to see put Into effect here at
no distant day.
The Debating Association held a
stormy meeting In the law library
Thursday evening. Tho cause of tho
trouble was an attenpt by the sup
porters of P. B. Weaver for president
to contest the election of George A.
Lee. Mr. Lee was elected by a vote
of 18 to 19, but his opponents claim
that enough fraudulent votes were
caBt for him to throw the election to
Mr. Weaver. A motion to allow a con
test was tabled by a vote of 31 to 3C.
The large Increase In the vote was
due to the now members run In for
tho occasion by the two factions. An
attempt was made to leave the con
test to the chancellor, but no agree
ment could bo effected.
A meeting of the athletic board will
bo held June 3 for the election of
managers of the baseball, track, ten
nis, and basket ball teams. All de
siring to become jcandldatea for such
poBi jtlieJr names
to i -rIJ;efore
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