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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1895)
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THE GLEE CLUB,
Tho Gloo Club ia nt work ngain, and undor nmungor
JIoobo, who divuotod thorn ho HuouoHBCully hiHt your,
ihoy uvo rapidly coining to tho front, According to
Mmmgor Roqhq and tho old inoinborH oC tho olub, tho
roport about tho doarth of first lonorn 1h all a I'ablo.
ltHooina thct this ia moroly an oxouso givon by tho
form or director.
Tho material ia vory woll ohoaon thia yoar and tho
olub will bo aa good, if not but tor, than tho oxuollonl
ono of laat yoar. Thoir ilrat appoaranco will bo at
tho Ohartor Day oxoroiBoa, whoro thoy will aing aomo
of thoir now aonga. Among tho numerous now songs
thia yoar is to bo an original modloy arrangod by
Harry Roosc. In tho language of tho olub it is said
to bo a "buator." Roeao is Htill manager and ?rod
Cooloy assistant mauagor, tho aamo as last yoar. Tho
other oflioors have not boon chosen.
:ig man giving ins name aa a. tJ. atearns camo
"Co-op," Monday, Fobrumy 4, and orderod
ving books: Roman History, ihiglish Litora-
kor'a Physics, History co'vor and outlines,
A young man giving his name aa A. J. Stearns came
turo, Baker's Physics, History
Woba tor's Unabriilgod Dictionary, Groonioaf on Lvi
donco, Tiodornan on Roal Property, Cooloy on Torts,
Parsons on Partnership, May's Criminal Law, Bigu
low's Bill, Schouler's Bailments, Blackstone's Law
Dictionary, Stophon's on Pleadings, in all amounting
to about 80. Ho presented a chock on an Omaha
bank for $30, asking to bo allowed to pay L5 on his
ordor, and that the change bo roturnod to him.
Oury, beforo giving him tho chango, telephoned tho
Omaha bank, which replied that, no one of that name
had a deposit there. "Whon he returned to tho storo
tho man, Stearns, had departed, saying he would go
upstairs and find out why Oury was so long. Nothing
has boon seen of him siuco and tho thirty dollar chock
is now in possession of tho Co-op. Ho gave as his
reason for inquiring so many books, that ho intended
to tuko senior and junior law, and tho regular academic
course. Ho was givon permission by Judgo Reese to
enter the senior law class and was present at ono reci
tation. Ho was also present at one recitation of tho
junior class. He had not yet paid his foe at tho stew
It is thought his intention was to defraud some one, as
ho went into tho steward's office first to pay his tuition,
but could not got tho attoution of tho "clerk."
Lieutenant Hinds has charge of the gallery practice
and at present is instructing his squad in aiming.
Corporal Cooloy has a now squad, consisting of one
man, to drill in tho sotting up exorcises. Tho now re
cruit is Mr. Joors, '9S.
At the last meeting of tho Political Economy club
tho following officers wore elected:
President P. J. Maguire.
Vice-President Miss Stella Duckor.
Secretary R. P. Toele.
Executive Committee O H. Martin, G. L. Town,
The great interest manifested in Professor Sher
man's lectures to tho university clas in St. Paul's Sun
day school is manifested by tho lnrgo and increasing
attendance. This class is composed almost exclusively
of university students, and now numbers eighty-five.
Tho old students of tho University of Nebraska do
not forget her and may bo still useful in many ways.
When tho "University bill" was before the House,
Randolph McNitt, a former student made ono of the
ablost and most telling speeches in favor of tho bill.
The articles of Chancellor Caufiold in tho Forum
and Harper's Weekly have attracted considerable at
tention. Thoy have assisted in a largo degree in
placing Nebraska on a higher level among eastern
Tho Class of Junior Themes Thursday afternoon
brought forth several papers, copies of which should
be sent toall our statesmen. For unless tho theories
proposed by tho different philosophers of that class
are adopted by the government tho country will bo in
total ruin within the next two years.
"Dear Tim: I am sending you my coat by parcels
post I have cut off the buttons because it will make
it lighter. You will fiud them in tho breast pocket.
Yours, etc., Pat." Ex.
It was observed that four men out of seven seated at
a Library table were wearing glasses.
Prof. G. Miss B., what would you do
to romody a brokon heart?
Miss B. Bind up tho fragments with
a band of gold, sprinklo copiously with
orango blossom water, and apply raw rico
"America has no standing army, I bo
liovo," Baid tho foreigner.
It ia clear you havon'tapont much timo
in the Btroot oars of thia groat country,"
ropliod tho native. Tvulh,
Prof, (in oxam.) Don't put more than
ono problom on ono pago.
Studont (Froahman, of course) What
will you do if you can't got it all on ono
pago ? Ex.
Aftor church. Mr. Smith (meekly)
"May 1 "
Mias Holona "Oh, cortainly. 1 would
bo dolightod to accept of your company,"
At lost roport Mr. Smith had not re
Professor (In Latin recitation.) "Do
Miss V. "Cow if, corns." -Ex.
Studont (reading Virgil): "And thrice
1 tried to throw my arms around her
that is as far as I got, profossor,"
Profossor : " That was quite far enough ;
you may sit down." Ex.
1st Senior "I've got a scheme."
2d Senior " Where did you got it?"
1st Senior " Out of my head, of
2d Senior "That's impossible; you
can't get something from nothing." Ex.
Young ladies who contemplate pur
chasing bicvcles should harden their mus
cles in advance, by running tho sowing
machine or rocking tho baby. Ex.
Charlie What mokes the old cat howl
Walter I guess you'd make a noise if
you were all full of fiddle strings inside.
" Con any boy here," asked the visitor,
"give mo an example of expansion by
"I can," said Tommy, "our dog's
tongue is twico as long as it was last winter."
Charlotte Oh, how slippery these rocks
are! Take a good hold of my arm, John,
and if I slip, hold on like grim death, bnt
if you slip, for goodness sake let go.
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