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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1877)
A littlo slip of paper, undoubtedly In
tended for our good looking janitor, was
picked up in tliu hall the other day, and
handed to us. "We were quite alleeted by
the lender sentiments which were pro
fusely written thereon. And yet, after all
girls, this is nonsensical. If we find any
more of these poetical effusions lying
around the University, wo shall have to
publish them. This thing must be
Wc acknowledge the following sub
scriptions received since our last issue:
Prof. G. E. ll:ilUy two copies, Lincoln, Nob.
K. M. Lamberton, two copies, " "
II. W. Colucr, " "
J. T. Mullen.
MIc Miirclo -Miller, ' "
.!. V. Pace.
S. G. Lamb- ' u
J. S. Dnlci), " "
E. 1 Bteelo, " '"
A. It. Kelin,
V. V. Hannibal, " "
V. A. Eagerly,
K. C. Zclirunj;, " "
K. S. llutler, Stanton, "
Julius Poesfiicckur, " "
G. Soiiuiuusclielin, " "
Tliamiis E. Smith, "
.MIh Nclllu A. Harmau, Itcllcvuo, "
MIsh U. Yelnack, rem. "
H. 11. Culver, Pleasant Dale, "
H. II. Culver, engaged in teaching at
Pleasant Dale, Neb., was in the city a few
days since. lie may return to his studies
II. M. Worloy was in town a short
Geo. M. Slurdevant is stduying law in
A. U. Hancock returns to the Univer
sity next term.
L. V. Kennedy is now clerking in a
store in Plattsmouth.
II. 0. Lefler returned to his home a
few weeks before the close of the term.
J. P. Piper, of Xcuia, Neb., formerly
of the Normal School, visited the Univer
'74. P. P. Ilurd is buying grain in this
'7. W. II. Snell is practicing law in
'74. W. M. Stevenson is studying law
in Nebraska City.
'74. U. II. Maliok has a drug store
and is practising medicine in Sutton,
"Wo would be pleased to publish short
items of State educational news. Many
can assist us by sending the desired in
formation. From all parts of the State, wo hear
of school exhibitions. Wc think it would
bo a good idea for all teachers to have an
exhibition, showing the work done, and
the progress made by scholars during
their administration as teachers. Such
entertainments are a source of stimulus to
the pupils and vary in a measure the
monotony of school life.
It is estimated that the various gifts to
educational institutions amount to about
$1,000,000 per year.
It having been suggested that county
superintendents should be nominated by
a special convention and not by the usual
nominating conventions, Ex-Supt. Mc
Kcnzio suggests through the columns of
the Lincoln Journal, tho following topic
for discussion at tho coming meeting of
the State Teachers' Association:
"That the several directors of tho school
districts in each county be requested to
meet at tho county seat on the first Tues
day in August, to put in nomination a
candidate for, county superintendent, and
also to express by resolution 'their ideas
of the propriety of paying for visiting
schools, and stating, also, the amount of
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