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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1889)
88. -Klcine Polk was in the city over Sunday.
'89. Miss Edna Bullock spent Thanksgiving in Nebraska
86. Miss Mary Campbell is pursuing post graduate
studies at Harvard Annex.
'89. Miss Laura Haggard is acting as a supply teacher in
the public schools or Lincoln.
'89. Geo. Tinker has been in town sonic days recently.
He still holds down his position on the B. & M.
'87. C. S. Polk is coming to the front as an attorney in
Plattsmouth, making both friends and money.
'89 T. A. Williams, escorted the Y. M. C. A. delegation
from Weeping Water, about the city last Saturday.
'78. H. H. Wilson recently opened the non-partisan
prohibition campaign by an eloquent address delivered at
'89. O. W. Filer returned last week from a tripto Wy
oming and Dakota, and has resumed his work on the State
"Who turned the scale?"
F. A. StufT was about the halls last week.
Yates doesn't play foot ball, so does Cope.
They say that "Kid" gets "big fat letters" also.
The Seniors in political economy arc all running into con
Col. Jcssup of the Wcslcyan played devil for Col. Miller
on tliis issue.
Steam is the most popular topic of conversation among
Messrs Stoughton and Helvic were the guests of Dr. King
ley, to turkey.
The kids no longer sport upon our campus; thanks to the
powers that be.
Miss Brockman, '93, was compelled to return home on ac
count of ill health.
Schell is getting so Green of late that some people take
him for a first prep.
T. F. A. Williams, '92 was detained from classes, a few days
last week, on account of illness.
Query: Why did Will Brown take such a sudden resolu
tion to go home Thanksgiving?
General appreciation of the supplement to our last issue
seems not to have prevailed.
D. W. Bush reports a very enjoyable time in his Pacific
travels. He is now in Washington.
Miss Cochran's mother from Blootniugton, III., has been
visiting her (or a week or more past.
Sayer of The Hesperian force spent Thanksgiving in
Ulysses as the guest of Harry Lord.
Miss Nettie Clenen, formerly of '93, is attending the Col
umbia College Annex in New York City.
Skilcs went home Wednesday night to cat turkey and at
tend the wedding of one of his old girls.
President Ringland of Hastings college attended the Y.
M. C. A. afternoon meeting last Sunday.
If the U. of N. docs not have a strong football eleven, it
will not be due to a lack of chronic kickers.
Fogarty don't like the Pall girls any more; indeed he
don't like them twice. Ask him for particulars.
Quite a number of students attended the opening reception
of th.c conservatory of music last Monday evening.
Several of the students attended the Y. W. C. A. con
hention which is reported as being a great success.
Charlie Skilcs is becoming quite notorious. He has been ex
peeling to see his photograph in the Police Gazette.
C.E. Crosby, '93, is in Oregon working at the carpenter's
trade. He expects to be in school again next year.
C. D. Schell spent Thanksgiving in Beatrice. He care
fully obliterated his shaggy carlocks before starting.
Professor and Mrs. Edgrcn made an enjoyable Thanksgiv
ing possible for three lonely roomers at their residence.
French's pa and ma came for their dear boy and took him.
Thus Fogarty's club lost Us principel source of amusement.
Room 7 has been divested of its carpet; this was done in
order that the singing of the chorus might be moic easily
heard in the hall.
Hoagland was waylaid Friday night, and divested of a
cane. Amid cries of "bloody murder" and "police" he es
caped without injury.
Any one wishing a subscription to LippincotPs Magazin
can get one at greatly reduced rates by applying to O. G.
Miller, business manager. -
Haydcn, the photographer, is now prepared to make those
little stamp photos, so neat to use on visiting cards, letterheads
etc. Call around and investigate.
Miss Hopper, '93 ate turkey with friends at the Wcslcyan
University Thanksgiving day and returned in the evening in
time to attend the Palladian banquet.
Professor H. K. Wolfe has been suffering considerably from
throat troubles during the last week, but is able to be at class
again, although his voice is rather husky yet.
A nervous lady living near the campus instructed a six
year old boy to go over and have the firing of the cannon in
honor of Governor stopped, as it disturbed her.
Governor Thayer reviewed the baltallion a couple of weeks
ago. He seemed to be much pleased with its appearance
and expressed his appreciation of its movements.
Dr. Gcigcr was on the retired list last week, owing to in
disposition and inability to perform the duties devolving upon
his chair. Dr. O'Hcarn officiated during his absence.
Miller procured a pair of boots one day las week and went
hunting; about 3 o'clock, p. m., the boots came back. The
death of a woodpecker was the only result of the hunt.
Faurot came' rushing down into the san:tum one day last
week with a grin on his face, longer than his mustache. Wc
prcsum the cause was a note which he was tucking in his pocket.
The society programs were dispensed with Friday night,
and a good lime generally indulged in. Apples, and pop
corn were devoured in a manner to astonish die most sanguine.
To play foot ball or not to play foot ball is the question
now agitating the minds of the Juniors. Their class is so
small that it is difficult to get eleven men together at one
A. C. Cope accepted an invitation to turkey at Platsmouth.
Later: Wc arc informed that the above was a mistake. It
was Beatrice or Seward; we have been unable to determine,
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