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ALU AINl ALLUSIONS.
'87.-0. S. Polk lias recently been appointed city attorney
of Plaltsmouth, Neb.
All those desiring herbarium paper should gel it at once
at TllK IlKsrKRlAN office. Special rates fpr large oulcrs.
'So, C. W. lligelow is in from Beatrice, lie will remain
in Lincoln during the summer.
'SS. l.ast week C. S. Lobcngflicr left for Sheficld, Ala.,
where he will be the legal member of a real estate firm.
'89.-11. J. Webber will leave in a few days for Woods
Holl, Mass., where he will do scientific work during the sum
mer at the Marine Biological laboratory.
'S9. M, I, Rigclow is in Chicago on business lor the firm
Almy & Bigclow, He slopped at Galcsburg, and visited his
brother, and passed some time at Knox College where once
he was a prep.
'St. May 31, Professor Fossler left for Europe, where he
will pass the summer. He will visit the Sorbonnc in Paris
where he attended in 'Si and 'S2, afterwards he will go to
Southern Germany. His voyage, going and coming, will be
on the "Alaska."
The seniors finished work May 25.
Commencement day will be lune 11.
T. II . Marsland has written his thesis on the "Ash of the
Miss Lilian Wolfe of Frecport, 111., recently visited hct
friend, Miss Jeanette Wilson,
Edwin Gcnvig who has been visiting his brother G. W.
Gcrwig left for the East on the 26.
The ball game between the Wcsleyans and Crete stood
lourteen to nine in favor of the Wesleyans.
"The Relation of the Gills of Limulus to Lungs the Scor
pio" is the subject of C. E. Tingley's thesis.
The Wesleyan university is going to be represented at
the inter-collegiate field day by some good, solid, large men.
G. II. Maghee is at present working in a telegraph ofhee
at Rawlins, Wye He intends to return to the University
Dr. Reese hassent an order to Th. Steuffer, Leipzig, for the
complete Truebner Series of Greek Litcrture which cmbince
Students knowing themselves indebted to Sayer & Miller
w ill please call and settle at once. We wish to have our books
clean lcfore the close ol school.
There are still a few who arc back on their subscription
and we hope they will settle at once. We wish to have our
accounts straighened up before school closes.
Mr. H. B, Duncanson has chosen for his thesis "Nebraska
Soil" the subject is treated with respect to, formation of soil,
physical properties, chemical constitution, elements or fertil
ity and deleterious substances.
Mr. Chas. E. Chadey of Doane, vice president, of the I.
C. A. A. was at the university Saturday in the interest of inter-collegiate
athletics. He reports great interest in the local
field day at Doane, and thinks that thee will be an interesting
contest for honors at the inter-collegiate field day.
C. A. Ileacli, formerly of '90, started for the Black I fills
May 19. Reach expects to work with a It. & M. surveying
gang until September when he will return to Lincoln.
The special programs, given by the different literary sociq-,
tics will begin Wednesday evening June 5. Their order will,
be as follows: Palladian, Union, Dclian and Plulodiccan.
In a game of base ball last week at Colgate, New York
Michigan university was deleted by Colgate university by a
score of seven to ten. Colgate scored seven bare hits and
At Cushman park: W. M. Johnson to Nelson, (after they
had regained the shore ami were concealing themselves be
hind some bushes): "If we only had a cigar wc could soon
As the train, containing the Grand Army picnicers and
the cadets, started for Cushman park, Governor Thayer re
marked: "Does any one know where in the thunder we arc .
going and what for?"
Dr. Geigcr is an unfeeling man. Friday night Pollard at
tempted to persuade the doctor to allow him to go into the
studio in order that a couple of co-eds might draw his picture,
but despite all his eloquence his efforts were in vain.
In conversation with J. H. Bickncll ot the Christian uni
versity we rcciexed the impression that although the number
of boys at the C. U. is not great, we may find them quite
"numerous" about June 1. They seem to have true college
grit out in the country.
At the request of the professor of Greek of Drury college,
Springfield, Dr. Lees prepared questions for a prize examina
tion in I lomcr gi en to the Freshman and Sophomore classes.
The Dr. has been offered the professorship of Latin in the
Missouri Valley college.
This term Professor Emery's division of Latin has trans
lated Cicero's fourth oration against Cataline, his plea for
for Ligarius, and Archias, and his .oration against Antony,
On account of the vast amount of ground covered by the class,
the professor has decided to dispense with the final examina
tion ihis term. '
On the afternoon of May 14 the University ball team played
the Lincoln Giants. Although somewhat onesided the game
was interesting from beginning to end. The most interesting
features of the game were a triple play made by Itrown to
Iiughbanks and a running catch made by Peters.
Score by innings:
Universities 00001000 23
Lincolns 20100220 .7
The University ball team suflcrcd its first defeat at the
hands of the Lincoln Giants.
Through the kindness of Mr. Gillespie wc have been fur
nished with a very elaborate chart giving some interesting
particulars concerning our noble Seniors. Many things
upon the chart were not suitable for publication, and the
editorial staff is still searching for the joke connected with
other parties; as soon as the points dawn upon us we will give
them to our readers. At present we can publish only the
following: "E. E. Gillespie; age, 22; height, 5 feet 8 inches;
weight, 130 lbs.; size of shoe, one 9, other 10; color of eyes,
pink; color of hair, o'buni; color ol moustache, old gold;
nickname, Professor; favorite amusement, eating and danc
ing; present occupation, running Senior class; future occupa
tion, politician; office in class, 'class brilliant; favorite 'grub',
angel food and pickles."
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