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380101sb 1899 00032a

MANSFELDE, CHARLES H., Φ Δ Θ -- A na
tive of Ashland, Neb., is a tall youth of Roman
demeanor, but with German proclivities. He
is a Φ Δ Θ, and his future address is the White
House. He loves Ten-pins and is fond of
Gospel Hymns. His symbol is the Sun-flower,
and his goal the law. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

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MEIER, CARL HENRY -- Was born in Ger
many, 1875. He enjoys the honor of a Lieu
tenancy in the Cadet Battalion, and is Secre
tary of the Palladian Debating Club. His
specialty is History and Languages. He makes
his home in Lincoln, Neb., but his future ad
dress is uncertain. The pulpit is his goal.
Carl is a diligent, conscientious student. Ru
mor says he sometimes snores with enthusiasm,
but that cuts no figure in the Library. : : : :

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MEIER, HENERY AUGUST -- Was born on
the southwest quarter of Section 14, Highland
precinct, Lancaster country, in the State of Ne
braska. This important event took place
sometime in 1874. Is a member of the Debat
ing Association, Oratorical Association, U. B. D.
C. and the Bilmetallic League. College hon
ors have been showered upon this champion of
silver in that he is President of the U. B. D. C.
and Bimetallic Leagure. In 1897 he won the
silver medal offered by the "Sons of the Ameri
can Revolution" for the best paper on the
"Principles Fought For in the American Rev
olution. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

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