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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1887)
Paul Clark is docket clerk of the Senate.
F. O. Lewis, '85, is one of the clerks ol the Senate.
The inaugural ceremonies on the 6th called many a reckless
youth away from his studies.
P. J. Coleman is janitor of one of the rooms of the Capitol
during the legislative sessions.
Miss Nellie Dcy,a particular favorite in University circles
was visiting here a short time since.
Miss Cochran and her pupils have contributed some S13 to
ward the improvements in room No. 7.
The chemical lecture room was in demand last week by
those tutors who had large classes to examine.
The average cadet is exalted just now by the prospect that
he will take part in the governor's inauguration.
The Senior class in political economy is now at work on
he labor question. There is consequently no further need of
the U. S. Senate committee to investigate the same problem.
The Hesperian election for the full board of editors will
be held the first week in January. Notice of the exact date
will be posted as usual and it is to be hoped that there will be
a large attendance.
Mr. Dave Rcavis is expected to visit us during the latter
part of the term, we are glad to know. Mr. Reavis. during
his years' stay in York made many friends and they will be
glad to greet him again. York Collegian.
Gov. Dawes made some excellent suggestions regarding
thd University in his message to the legislature. He alluded
especial'y to the labors of Chancellor Manatt as one of the
causes of our institution's growth during the last two years.
We are sorry to learn that Paul Hcffleman will not be in
school this term. For some time past, his eye sight has been
(ailing him, and he has been obliged to give up study. He
has been appointed messenger for the Senate, however, and
will take up his resideuce in Lincoln during the winter.
Adams Figaro: Hon. S. D. Killen made a flying visit home
last week. The gentleman expects to pass the winter in Lin
coln in order to secure the passage of some pet bills of his,
concerning increase of salary of district attorney, etc. It is
said he is a radical anti-Van Wyck man and favors the elec
tion of Dr. Mathcwson. In order to pass time he thinks of
going through the formality of taking studies at the U. of N.
in order to get a degree.
Pittsburg Chronicle: We yesterday received a pleasant
call from Mr. Gerwig, who has spent a year at the Uni-
crsity of Nebraska. He reports having much hard work
and not a few honors bestowed on his curly pate, having
oeen business manager of the Hesperian, elected critic of
the Philodicean society, and slyly intimates by downcast
eyes and blushing cheek that he has been not altogether
unsuccessful in mashing a pretty little U. of N. girl.
Omaha World: The holidays were holidays indeed to some
as has been demonstrated very clearly this year. Two young
students of the State University who were spending their va
cation at home, concluded that they would have a good
time, and accordingly came to Omaha. They are from Ash
land and Plattsmouth and have born nn exemplary reputation
heretofore; for that reason and on account of the fact that
that they are sons of a well known Dr. of Plattsmouth and a
banker of Ashland, we will not give particulars. However,
their appearance when they boarded the train for home indi
cated that they had succeeded very well in painting some
thing red. ' '
Nearly all old students are back this term and a goodly
number of new ones have matriculated.
The social on the first Friday evening of the term was not
very well attended owing to the stormy weather.
A class has been formed for the study of ' -Railroad Prob
lems." It is under the instruction of Tutor Caldwell.
The lecture by Susan B. Anthony on the 7th was quite well
attended by students, forming a good opposition to the term
Sioux City Coyote: Pizey has returned, the city has once
more donned its holiday attire to welcome the gentleman to
The Hon. P. F. Clark, late of the State University, passed
through here Thursday bound for Australia. The Minden
brass band was at the depot and rendered some fine music
which was much appreciated by Mr. Clark. Minden Review.
Broken Bow Republican: All is joy! hurrah! let flags be
unfurled to the trembling breeze. The Hcffleman Brothers
have passed safely through this delighted burg, and are on
their way home to make life miserable to their friends for a
Roca Pumpkin Raiser: Hon. W. S. Perrin Esq., X. R. A.,
and Bro. arrove yesterday and will milk cows for the next
few days at home. These exemplary young men have been
sojourning at the Univ. of Ncbr. since fall, and express a de
sire to return as soon as possible.
Masters Lobingier and Fletcher have returned home for the
holidays. These young gentlemen have been in attendance
at the University where Master Lobingier received a severe
sprain, but a liberal application of St. Jacob's Oil brought
him out o the difficulty as fresh as ever. For sale by all
druggists. Hebron Herald.
The State Historical Society was in session in this city
during the second week of the term. Its meetings were very
tntcresting and profitable, being mainly in the line of our
work here. The papers read by H. H. Wilson, '78, on the
"Relation of History to Law," and by Lieut. E. S. Dudley
on the "Early Military History of Nebraska" were valuable
contributions to the society's records.
It is not often that the local editor happens upon such a fat
list as the following. Cupid seems to have directed his shafts
at ex-students this time.
At the residence of the bride's parents near Kearney Neb.,
Dec. 29, Mr. Wallace G. Keim, formerly of '89, and Miss
Minnie Patton. In this case the acquaintance was formed
while both were in school here, thus showing beyond all
doubt the superiority of co-educational institutions in prac
At the residence of the bride's parents, Roca, Neb.,Christ
mas day, Mr. Ellis R. Maris and Miss Anna L. Keys. To
the large number of friends of the bride in University circles
the above event is one of unusual interest. The happy couple
are spending their honeymoon in Philadelphia, after which
hey will return to Nebraska to reside permanently.
On Christmas night, in this city, Mr. Win. E. Johnson,
(alias "Pretty Johnson)" formerly of '87, and Miss Lillie M.
At Burr Oak, Kan., Sunday, Jan. and, Mr. W. S. Can&ii
formerly of '89, and Miss Effie Ritchey.
The editorial staff acknowledges the receipt of wedding
cards. -'"" "'" "- : -"-" -v.-..,-,
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