Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, June 01, 1878, Page 417, Image 17

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that Iris preference fa for the teacher's
ft resident of Mncoin, entered the Univer
sity In the Kn.ll term of 1871, haring pre
viously attended the High School of Ibis
city. MIm Carter and Mr. Rhodes are
tin: lat " charter members" of our school.
She fa eighteen years of age, of leas than
ufltial ai.i!, light-haired anil blue-cyedi
Quirt and unassuming in appcarnncc, alio
has attended well to her studios, of which
tli'i langnagea seem the onen in which
alio is moat proficient. She entered in
the first preparatory year, and graduates
in the scientific courae. For a year or
more mat Mian Carter has been a mem
ber of the University Union.
HlMVAIlD P. Holmes
of Nebraska City, entered the first pre
paratory year of our school in the sec
ond term of the first year. He is the first
graduate In the literary course. Ed. Is
nineteen years of age, of rather less than
average bight, is sparely built, brown
haired and grey eyed. He has been an
active member of the Palladian society
having twice filled the ofllce of Presi
dent. In the wellfare of Tins Student
be has also taken an exemplary interest,
and has In succession been local, and ed.
llor-in-chicf. He will be greatly missed,
especially in the society of which he
has so long been a member. Respecting
the career he intends to follow we are not
fully Informed, but would infer thai his
preference is for the law. We bespeak
for him a promising career.
entered the Sophomore class of the clas
sical course in the winter term of '7(1. He
is now a resident of Lincoln, but had pre.
vloiisly attended the Iowa University.
Mr. l'lalt is twonty.thrce years old, of
about average bight, rather spare, and has
Muck eyes and black, curly hair. He is
of an active, lively nature, and wherever
found, bus been a lender in the enterprises
of the students. He has been a promi.
ueut member of the University Union
and president of the Hespfria Student
Association. He has been a diligent and
thorough student. His chosen profession,
we understand, is that of the law.
Wei.mnoton P. Rhodes
entered the University at its opening in
the Fall term of 71. He graduates in the
classical course which he began in the
first preparatory year. He has boon a
careful studerJ, as weli as an active and
faithful member of the University Union.
-Mr. Rhodes is twenty-one years of age, of
about average bight and size, and has
dark hair and eyes. He is social and un
assuming in manner and wins the respect
and esteem of all who know him. We
are informed that he intends to teach for
a time, after which he will study lor the
ministry. We anticipate from his past
record a useful career in the calling be
has chosen.
Florence L. Vaugiian,
of Falls Cjty, entered the Sophomore class
of the scientific course in the Fall of '75
and has pursued her studies uninterrupt
edly since Unit time. In stature, she is
below She average, and is light-complex-ioned,
light-haired, and blue-eyed. Rath
er quiet and retiring in manner, she has
not taken an active part in society work,
though of late an honorary member of the
Univcnily Union. In her studies she
has held an enviable rank. With a high
degree of excellence in the sciences, she
has also developed an aptitude lor literary
Henry II. Wilson,
of Ashland, began his attendance at the
University in its second year. lie is of
average bight and heavily liuilt, witli a
full face and rather a florid complexion.
He completes the Latin Scientific course,
and by his own eflorts lias made his way
through college. This has necessitated
his absenco from school for several terms.
Mr. Wilson lias boon a leading member
of the University Union, and lias served
with great credit as editor-in-chief of the
Student. It is his intention, wo believe
to follow teaching for a time, and then to
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