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THE HES PER I A N.
W. N. Fletcher. I intend to study law. Am a democrat.
In politics 1 am a
M. French. I intend to study law
V. Gerwio. After commencement I will return to my
home in Pittsburg where a position awaits me in the
country tteasurcr's office. I may return to Lincoln in
the fall and pursue post pradunte studies. I am a
Manley. Shall follow civil engineering for a time.
Am a republican.
C. H. Newcomer. I cannot say until some future lime what
my occupation will be. I am a prohibitionist.
Alfred Pizey. I shall study law. I am a prohibitionist.
W. L. Stephens. I shall begin teaching, with a professor
ship as my ultimate aim. I am a republican.
G. II. Tinker. I shall become a civil engineer. I belong
to the republican parly.
E. K. Tingley. I may enter the banking business. If not,
I shall pursue post-graduate studies and become a pro
fessor of geology. I am a prohibitionist.
E. Wagner. I will make myself a specialist in physics.
J. Webber. I shall probably become a professor of bot
any. I am a prohibitionist.
A. Williams. I hope to be able to pursue my studies
in the sciences, especially in entomology. I am an
Ye editor did not care to make any inquiries among the
ladies of the Senior class. He values the goodwill of those
ladies too much to risk losing it all by asking such questions
as he has propounded to the remaining members of the class
ALUMNI AND FORMER STUDENTS.
Any information w to location or occupation of those wlio hnvo
been Mudents in former days will be thnnkfully received. Will
alumni p ease notify us of any change of ruMduuco or any great thing
tboy may do.
'87. W. S. Perrin is in the grain business at Roca.
'88. Miss Carrie M. Pennock visited the U. of N. last
'84 A. L. While is at work for the P. & M. R.-R. in north
'88. A. E. Anderson dropped in on the Phi Delta Thctas
last Friday evening.
'82. John Silvernail, an instructor at the Industrial
School, was in the city last week.
'87.-C. S. Polk and O. P. Polk, '88, have formed a
partnership in law, at Plattsmouth, Neb.
'88. H. P. Barrett has accepted the position of editor of
the Reflector, the society paper of Council Muffs.
'91. Miss Nellie Scott, of Tccumseh, formerly with the
class of '91, spent a few days visiting friends at the Univer
sity the first of this week.
'88, Messrs. Lobingier, Barrett, Pound, and others of
the class who are in the city, have located a claim on the
campus where they exercise themselves at tennis in the even
ings. '87. C. S. Kalhan stopped over in the city a few hours
last week on his way home from the western part of the
state. He resembled the proverbial granger in appearance,
but was feeling all right.
'84. J. II. Holmes has been. doing post-graduate work
at Johns Hopkins in mincrology, biology, and chemistry.
He will probably collect botanical .specimens for the Depart
ment of Agriculture this summer.
Tom Hall is taking vocal lessons under Professor Hunt.
E. M. Pollard went down home over Saturday and
II. A. Scnter's papa remembered him on his birthday
with a watch.
The Sunday morning Gloht now runs a "University
The Kappa Kappa Gammas initiated Miss Kate Scot
home last week.
Peterson, from personal observation, says that prohibition
does not prohibit.
The Seniors put the finishing touches oh their class day
arrangements last week.
Four dozen mammoth cuspidors will be ordered to grace
the University hallways.
Professor Little received a large set of cngineciing maga
zines last week for the library.
It is said that Church carries a bunch of keys and a rope
ladder when he goes to sec Graham.
F. V. Patrick, Ohio Wesleyan university, '91, was the
guest of the Beta Thcta Pi boys last week.
A number of the students attended a hop given by the
Yorkc club at Temple Hall, Friday, May 3.
C. D. Sclicll "orated" at the concert and rhetorical given
under the auspices of the Christian church last week.
The faculty ami students arc again upon speaking terms
and will now probably remain so until Decoration day.
F.R. Dungan, of Doane, late secretary of the N. C. Q
A., was the Doane delegate to the state convention Saturday.
From the old adage "There is a quiet before a storm."
Could we draw the conclusion that the Juniors may be heard
Foot ball has come with a vengeance, judging from the
number of stiff shins, broken fingers and various other
A small party of students enjoyed Inauguration day fish
ing at Crabb's mill. The usual number of fishing stories
One is puzzled in reading the class notices on the bulletin
board to discriminate the chirography of the Senior from
that of the first prep.
A tall, slim prince albert with a man inside, was around
last week inquiring for the "proprietor of this institution."
He was referred to John Green.
The attendance at the public lectures would seem to indi
cate an increasing appreciation of them, which is very grati
fying both to Dr. Warner and to the University.
We would like to know if our friend C. (we do not mean
Church this time) was successful in securing invitations "for
eight university people" to the high school picnic.
The boys in the University battery are of the opinion
that the friction punters now used here arc a part oft lie stock
that Noah had on hand at the time of his noted expedition.
The field sports committee arc doing active work on
arrangements for Field Day. Last years farce if it may be
so called should be a warning to them. It would not be a
bad scheme to continue the collection started at the time of
the "pie rush" to secure a rope to sun mind the grounds or
to form a ring on field day.