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FRESHMAN MATH. EXAM.
I. If " throo rings" will tho janitor would it necessarily follow that "one culls two?"
II. If tho neromotor at a height of Beventy-fivo foot complotos 420 revolutions per mimito how many
tiuios will (a) Prof. Allen's whiskors vibrato, one story below; (b) Prof. Hitchcock, two stories bolow?
III. If it takes 142 yards of calico to mako an olophaut a pair of doublo breasted brocohos, how much
sawdust must a hen oat to lay a plank ton foot long ?
IV. If they change editors four times a somostor, what are tho ohancos for auothor issuo this yoar V
V. If Oulver has threo weather signals on tho flag staff, what was the state of tho woathor tho week bo
foro and what tnno will tho band play tomorrow ?
VI. If ft freshman registers for twonty-ono hours, how much crodit will ho got for his somostor's work?
VII. According to tho laws of Nobraskn a man cau charge time-and-a-half for all ovortimo work, and
doublo time for all work done on Sunday. To what oxtent is this statute enforced by studohts taking Europoan
VIII. If wo don't, got an appropriation this year, how many studonts will bo turnod nway next year?
IX. Now that tho Co-op has tho floor painted, will it bo necessary to sweep tho floor again this yoar?
X. If 180 stops por minute is tho regulation cadonco for doublo time, how many stops will a cadot
have to take to keep with tho music of tho cadot band how many times will he have to ohango step in gohi"
He has become rather prominent during tho last few
months prominent as a whole. Parts of him have
always been prominent. For instance, his smilo will
break window lights, tho Sabbath, and put tho firo
out It is a wonderful smilo. Probably no one ovor
saw a similar one. You can almost hear it.
As for tho person himself, he is queer. Iu Pollycon
oIrrb he's got wheels in his head; shows it by con
tinually trying to got tho wheels out of other peoples'
heads. He's probably brainy enough, but thinks he's
four ounces more brainy than tho rest of 'em put to
gether. He's excruciatingly eccentric; too utterly so
for any utter uso; somotimos. You'll meet him in tho
hall, and in your most dulcet tones say, " Hello th ore,
," and he'll let loose that beautiful, pile-driving
smilo at you, shout "Hollo yourself I" and tramp past
you " tramp " is tho word leaving you a good deal
chagrined at getting nothing worth remembering but
a pupor in
and toward tho last got
tho smile. ilo was
Themes" class ono day,
twisted up ovor his writings; so after smiling a hole
through the paper and remarking " Well I guoss I'm
stuck," crammed his essay into his pockot and fell into
Ho's going to Kansas. May tho angols and minis
ters of grace go 'long with him and defend " them
folks down thoro. "
Two arms around my nock entwine,
A smooth chcok closoly pressos mine;
I know what such caresses moan,
And in my chair I backward lean.
"What is it, daughter mino? " I say;
u What is it that you want to-day?
Somo more now drossos, or a hat? "
"No, dear papa, it isn't that."
"I hope it isn't laces, then?"
"You dear old dad, just guoss again."
" Moro diamonds, or, perhaps, a pearl?
No? Then what do you want, my girl? "
MI don't want anything; yousoo
It's Tom, this timo, and ho wants mo."
CHARTER DAY CELEBRATION.
Oharter-day will bo celebrated in all its solomnnoss
this year as usual. Thoro will bo no recitations, but
tho battalion will probably go on dress parado, and
have inspection. Tho following is the program for
1869 CHARTER DAY 1895.
Buildings and grounds open to tho public from 2 to
Informal Departmental Receptions in . tho various
lecture rooms, laboratories, libraries and museums;
with exhibits of apparatus and other educational
Dross parade by tho Cadet Battalion at 3 p.m., tho
Tho Chancellor nnd tho President of tho Board of
Regents, with tho Orator of tho :lay, will recoivo
tho Faculty, State Officers aud Members of tho
Legislature, Grant Memorial Hall from 5 to
CHARTER DAY ORATION
At tho Lansing Theatre, 8 p.m., br President Andrew
V. V. Raymond, LL. D., of Union College, Now
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