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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1901)
Roy Sawyer, '99, of Chicago is
spending a few days in the city.
Vilas P. Sholton, 00, of Nehawka
visited . university friends over Sun
day. Ralph A. Saxton, '97, of Edgar, vis
ited with the Sigma Chis over Sun
day. C. C. Pulls, '96, has recently been
advanced to the rank of captain of
volunteers in the Philippines.
Miss Flora Bullock, '97, has been re
elected Instructor in history at the
state institute for the blind at Ne
Miss Florence "Winger, '95, was re
cently elected to Sigma XI at Cornell.
She takes the degree Ph. D. there in
Mrs. Carleton H. Kelley, '99, of
Belle Plaine, Iowa, is visiting her par.
ents at 330 North Twenty-ht'th street.
She was formerly Miss Caroline Me
Uck. E. F. Turner, '99, the big football
player, visited the engineering rooms
last week. He has just come from
Iowa, where he represented the Amer
ican Bridge Co. of Minneapolis in the
erection of a bridge.
B. S. Langworthy, ex-'98, spent a
few hours with the Sigma Chis last
Sunday. He Is engaged In the cattle
business near Sheridan, Wyo.
The class of '00 will have a reunion
on the 12th of June. There will be a
reception at 7 o'clock In the evening
at the home of Miss Gladys Henry for
Albert Watkins, Jr,, '00, has just
l accepted tt-flosulon as sporting editor
of the Omaha Bee. He has been work
ing on the Evening News since his
graduation, having reached the posi
tion of city editor.
N. C. Abbott, '9C. who has been In
charge of the Humboldt schools the
past year, delivered the memorial day
address at that place. Ho will leave
in the near future for the Philippines,
whore he has a position in the public
C. M. Hummel, '00, has written
from Pryor, Mont, that surveying In
the wilderness Is very agreeable, at
least while It Is comparatively new.
Amusement seems to bo plentiful; ev
ery night the Indians indulge in horse
racing within range of his camp. Fish
ing is also very good, for he writes
that one afternoon ho and a couple of
friends caught seventy-two trout. This
is all the more remarkable when It In
remembered that the country In which
Mr. Hummel Is located is not much
more than a barren desert.
Henry L. Bowlby and three other
cadets who were recently dismissed
from the West Point Military Acad
emy for insubordination and hazing,
have entered the employ of a rail
road company and will leave to beglu
their work this week. They will bo
employed In the construction of a road
across the Andes In Ecuador, South
America. An attempt was made to
bavo a rehearing, but Secretary Root
reiused to take action. The only way
they can be reinstated is by special
act of congress,
George's Weekly of Denver, Colo.,
contains an article descriptive of the
Denver Fire Clay Co., manufacturers
of asoayers' furnaces, crucibles, etc.
This company furnishes a largo por
tion og the physical and chemical
supplies for the university. It has
tho following to say of "Judge" Oooloy,
'98: "Mr. Cooloy is a wide awako, on
crgetlo man and is adding every day
to the business popularity of that big
Tho "judge" was married on tho 29th
of May to Miss Florence Maule, also
formerly a student here.
ARGOS WINS ON ERRORS.
Tho Nebraska City Argos won a
close game from the university ball
team last Thursday. The game was a
surprise to the crowd. It was won be
cause of some unlucky errors in tho
last inning. Seeley, the twlrler for tho
Starchmakers, was hard to find and
kept down the hits throughout the
game. The enemy started with a scoro
in the first. Nebraska Tailed to score
and during the next seven innings not
a man crossed the home plate. In the
eighth Seeley made the circuit, and In
the ninth Byers came In on a lost oall
In tho left Held. When Nebraska went
to the bat for the last time the scoro
stool 3 to 0. Reeder went safe to first
and Rhodes singled and sent him to
second. DePutron sent the ball to
wards second and let Reeder In.
Rhodes tried to make third, but was
put out. Raymond then seized tho
bat and sent the sphere high over the
heads of the outfield to the north
fence. DePutron came in; Raymond
was running like a deer, and the crowd
was up on its toes. Within ten feet
of home he stumbled and fell and the
last chance to win the game was
gone. The score:
Nebraska City 10000001 13
University 0 0000000 22
THE LINCOLN ACADEMY
An Accredited School to the University of Nebraska,
also to the State University of Iowa
The school prepares pup'ls for the Leading Colleges and Universities.
Students of the School nre given the opportunity of advancing as rap
idly as possible; but thoroughness will not be sacrificed to speed.
Students may, at any time, enter cl isses for which they are prepared.
Students only partially prepared to enter the Stite University have the
privilege, at the Academy, of making up the work in which they are deficient.
At least .ree-fourths of those now in attendance are preparing to enter the
Summer School Opens June 4
The First Semester of University Year 1901-1902
Opens September 17
Alfred H. Wilson, Ph.D. Yale, Principal
H. W. Brown Drug Book Co.
All sizes of Nebraska Folio History Paper
and all other supplies for Students
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE.
j. W. Lam son began work at the B.
& M. office last Saturday.
Miss Diva Cain has been helping at
tho Duifjkard convention-Hiis-vrcek:
K. G. Current graduated recently
and now has a good position at Hot
Springs, S. D.
Miss Nellie White left Tuesday for
Shenandoah, la., where she will visit
for six weeks.
Principal Snare of the Mllford
schools and William D. Grandy, of tne
Coleridge schools, were visitors Mon
day. The Misses Keys of Claries, Neb.,
visited the calculation classes tins
wek, and enjoyed the lively work In
J. C. Owens, commercial graduate
of '99, spent Sunday in Lincoln. Mr.
Owens has a position as bookkeeper
in a general store at Glcnwood, la.
L. C. McCartney completed the com
mercial course Wednesday and
Thursday morning begun work with
Curtice & Bartlett.
Miss Bello Dickson, a former stu-.
dent, called Monday, She Is ono of
tho stenographers for the Suro Hatch
Incubator company at Clay Center,
Tho summer term will open Mon
day, Juno 17. This uffords an oppor
tunity for teachers and high school
pupils to get special work In penman
ship, arithmetic, bookkeeping, short
hand, and typewriting.
Tho commercial and shorthand
rooms arc being remodeled and fitted
with new furniture to better accom
modate the largo number who will en
ter in the fall. The past year has been
tho best in tho history of tho school.
Tho high school and collego gradu
ates aro recognizing more each year
the Importance, of a business training -It
is true in business, as well as pro
fessional lifo that a thorough training
is necessary, in order to succeed, No
investment brings bettor returns than
amplo time spent in securing a busi
ness education. Young people aro
recognizing this fact and aro turning
to tho business schools for this train
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