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ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
COMMUNICA 7 ED,
The Palladians met Thursday, February S, in ihe hall and
elected the following officers:
Miss (Jlen Talbot, President
C, S, Lobingier, Vice-President
O. V . Fifcr, , . . . Recording Secretary
H. P. Barrett,.., Critic
Hugh Lamastef, .Corresponding Secretary
Miss Belle Manlcy, . , Music Secretary
O. B. Pollc, Sergeant at Arms
The Unions met in their hall February 9, and peacefully
elected the following officers:
Miss Tower, President
F. F. Almy, , Vice-President
Miss Tibbies, Assistant Secretary
C F. Scharmann, Treasurer
H. J. Webber, ...Critic
Misses Hardin and Clenen, Sergeants at Arms
The Philodicean society elected the following officers for
the spring term:
Roy J. Codding, President
Miss Lynn, Vice President
G. W, Gerwig, Secretary
L. S. Storrs, Treasurer
Miss Curtis, .Critic
The scientific club elected the following officers:
Mr, Kramer, President
Mr. Russell .... .. .........Vice-President
Miss Aughey, Secretary
M r. Almy, Treasu rer
Mr. Haggard,... Custodian
At the close of the meeting the club and audience devoured
The Juniors met in Professor Howard's room, Friday af
ternoon, and elected the following officers for the springterm:
Miss Aughey,.,... ........President
E. R.Tingley,.... Vice-President
R. D. Church, Secretary
T. A. Williams, Treasurer
G. W. Gerwig, Historian
Quite a little excitement was caused by two or three mem
bers trying to control ihe meeting.
The Sophomores elected the following officers, February
9, for the spring term:
J. H. Mallalieu, ....President
AdaB. Caldwell, Vice-President
C. A. Beach, Secretary
F. H. Woods, Treasurer
Edwin Farmer, Historian
C. E. Tinglcy, jSergeant at Arms
Largest line of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers an 4he city at
Webster &. Briscoe's.
Brs. Collins and Thurston, dentists, -removed to rooms
1 and a, Opera House block.
Ifyou want to get solid with your girl 'talce her some of
Manley's taffy. Yuml Yumll
In New York -go to DelmonIeo''s, but In Lincoln .go to
Chevront Jfc Co' s for oysters in evey style. Always ready to
Students can have their laundry work done In first class
style by the Eureka Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at
Mr, Editor: The students almost unanimously wish to
have Dr, Billings retained. There is a general recognition
of the value of his services; but there is one feature of the
bacteria hunt in the Nebraska State University which has
attracted then unanimous notice of the students, in more
senses than one, and it is of this I desire to speak, I refer
to the poor animals used to propogate his cholera germs.
From lack -of other quarters these things have been stabled
in the basement, and the smell which arises therefrom is
sometimes far from exquisite. The location is such that
every student who travels the lower hall gets the benefit of
the fragrance, Tn all kindness to those who are laboring to
obtain an insight into higher culture, this thing should be
remedied. And even tliminating the students from the
question, the disgusting stench willl work harm to the Uni
versity, for it inevitably awakens thoughts ol typhoid and
yellow lever in the minds of visitors. The doctor's pets
should be removed. iv.
Mr, Editor: I desire to say a word or two through the
columns of your paper upon a matter which is of some im
portance to every student In the University. It is the order
in the chapel during the morning exercises. Many limes I
have attended those exercises when disgraceful confusion
reigned. More than once it has been necessary for the Chan
cellor to openly call attention to the fact that it was impossi
sible to proceed with the services until order was restored.
Now I believe those who attend chapel exercises should have
enough respect ior the place and for those who conduct the
services to deport themselves as becomes ladies and gentle
men; certainly ten minutes Is a short time for persons to
remain quiet, and If they can't do it they should stay away
from chapel at that hour. Such conduct on the part of a few
is apt to make all responsible in the mind of a visitor, and is
very annoying to those who attend the exercises for an earn
est purpose. Let everyone take this matter into considera
tion and act upon it themselves for the reputation of the
University, If for no other reason. R.
Go to Ewing's for fur caps.
Call on Edddd. Cerf & Cooo.
Hats and caps at Ed. Cerf & Co's.
Cadet suits, gloves and caps at Ewing's.
Manlcy has the cream of the candy trade.
Go to Ed. Cerf & Co. for furnishing goods.
Clothing for every body at Ed. Ccrl & Co's.
Students go to Hutchins & Hyatt's for fuel. ' '
The latest styles in hats at Ed. Cerf & Oj's.
Special prices to students at T. Ewlng & Go's.
Webster it Briscoe, Boots and Shoes, 1023 O. St.
Students will receive best of attention at Manley's.
Ten per cent off to students at Webster & Briscoe's.
Buy your clothing of Mayer Bros., 122 r-enthstreet.-near'O.
Manlcy keeps a full line of confectionery goods, give him a
Remember that Mosher'sus the place to buy roses for
your best girl.
J. and D. Newman, 1027 Street. Oldest Dry Good?
House In the city.
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