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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1889)
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AL UMNI ALLUSIONS.
Any Inhumation n to locntlon or ocean itlou or thono who linvu
been HtutluntH In mrmer ilnyn will he ttmnkfiilly rocolvotl. Will
Alumni nloaeo notify us of tiny change ofrcolilcnco or nny great thing
tlioy tuny do.
"89. W. L. Stephens is at his home in Sutton.
'89 F. W. Collins is preaching at Oclcll, Neb.
'88. W. N. Fletcher is in a law office in Omaha.
'88.' N. R. Pound has none to study law at Harvard.
'89. Miss Edna Hullock teaches in Lincoln this year.
'89C. M. Fiench is'night clerk at Osborne's hotel in the
'89. D. I). Forsyth will enter the ministry of the Meth
'81. A. R. Keim now resides in Kearney, ami travels
for a marble house.
'89. E. G. Euglcsou is working for the 11. & M. in north,
'89. K. R. Tinglcy adds figures and counts cash in the
Nebraska savings bank.
'88. Miss Grace llarrett has a position in the public
schools at Sydney, Neb.
'89. Miss Helen Aughey will take post graduate work in
the University this year.
'89. Miss May Tower is a district school ma'am Mime ten
miles out from the city.
'89.-0. V. Fifer has been chasing news items for the
State Journal ever since graduation.
'89. Miss Jennie lionnell will impart knowledge to
country lads and lasses near Wavcrly.
'89. Messrs. Gerwig and Newcomer will take post-graduate
work in the University this year.
'83. -C. A. Pierce became the happy lather of another
girl during the summer, lie is a banker at Hcnnolt, Neb.
'89 F. A. Manlcy has secured a lucrative situation in the
engineer corps of the Union Pacific, lie is now in Wy
oming. 87. Miss Laura M. Roberts will spend this )car, at
least, in Perlin, Germany, in the study of German literature
and the languages.
'89. II. J. Webber occupies the position of assistant in
botany vacated by Mr. Pound. His ferocious whiskers strike
terror in the preps.
'89. G. II. ISaughman spent six weeks of the vacation
in Mexico in company with Professor Edgren. He now re
ports for the State Journal.
'84. J. II. Holmes visited the University a few days be
fore proceeding to Johns Hopkins. He will probably take
his degree from the latter place this year.
MAkkikd. -Ci.AKK Koiikiits. At the residence of the
bride's mother, September 12, were married P. F. Clark, '87,
and Miss May Roberts. All their University friends rejoice
with their, at the consummation of their happiness.
Makkikd. Jonks- Doolittlk. On the night of the
18th of September a quiet wedding occurred which :t lited
for life Will Owen Jones, '80, and Miss Edith Doolittlc.
The couple took a shoit western tour before settling down.
If the best wishes of their very numerous friends be realized
a happy future is assured the pair.
TO ALL '89.
My permanent address is 1449 y street, Lincoln. Wilj
you please let me know where you are as soon as possible?
Edna I). Mullock,
I'm getting tired of the Senior farce. -''. '', .
The Preps have eficctually destioycd the sunflowers about
C M. Haft desertr the University to attend at Ann Arhoj
Prep "Has Prof H. got back?" Fiesh "Yes. Prep
John Green deserves commendation for fitting up the sci
ence building with Yale locks.
The boiler house goes up slowly, but we have promise of
steam as soon as the building can be covered.
It makes one feel dejected when he has to pay twenty-five
cents for the privilege of breaking one's own cane.
E. II. McMasters, a former member of '90 and lately of
Northwestern university, goes this year to Hamilton college.
The stcain fitters in Nebraska hall are about as slow
as well, as the preps were to "catch on" Wednesday morn
Our friend, the 'baron," deserves considerable credit for
the improvement in the looks of a portion of the campus this
L. S. Storrs was for a time very low with typhoid fever in
Denver where he now lives. He will soon be back in school,
It is a noticeable fact that .so many of last year's graduates
are taking post graduate work. This speaks well for the
J. 1). Courtnay, formerly of the college hum, has left our
midst and has gone to help Dr. Hillings in his work. Peace
be to his ashes.
L. A. Tillson, who will be lemembcred by many of his
old associates here, is now assistant cashier in a bank at
G. A. liccchcr will attend a theological seminary at Phila
delphia this year with the intention of becoming an Episco
A student was beard to remark that he no longer doubted
the theory of evolution that he recognized in Mr. Webber
Mic missing link.
The chemical laboratory is now what its name indicates,
the botany and physics departments having been removed to
the new building.
Some thoughtless persons called out the fire department
Tuesday night by setting fire to a great pile of rubbish in
the street near the University campus.
II. P. Kerr will not be back in the Univeisity. He has a
position with the Western Engineering company, and is at
work on the Omaha electric motor line.
T. S. Allen's genial face was seen about the halls last
week. He is one of the gentlemen that "got in a hole," in
the literal sense of the term, last year. .
The University may well congratulate herself in securing
Professor Kingslcy. One of his former students, Mr. II civic,
came with him to continue biological work.
The great number of new students this year is almost
alarming; the halls arc full of them. We fear that the libra-,
rians patience will be taxed, in breaking them in while in the
reading room; but new students are a necessary commodity,
and TllK Hesperian bids them a hearty welcome.
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