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Y. M. C. A. Looturo Course.
Noxt Sunday nCloriioon at 0
o'clock, Professor Bossoy will loo
turo on "My Understanding of
tho First Ohaptor of Cloiiosis."
This will bo tho sovontli address
in tho Y. M. 0. A.-Y. AV. 0. A.
looturo oourso. Last Sunday an
audionco of about 250 listonod to
Profotisor Braco's address on "Tho
Thoological Significance of Sonio
llecont Soiontiiio results." This
looturo course, it may bo said, is
proving a succoss. Already tho
Chancellor, Professors Shonnan,
FosBlor, and Braco, Judgo lleoso,
and Mrs. Poattio havo dolivorod
addrossos. Somo of tho subjoots
discussed havo boon "Spiritual
Law in tho OutBido World," "Tho
Eil'oct of Christianity on iilora
turo," "The Book of Job," Tho
Isolation of Law lo tho Biblo."
.Dr. Bossoy, Professor Fling,
and Profossor Adams aro yet to
dolivor lectures in tho course.
Some Important Rulos.
At tho last mooting of tho fac
ulty tho following rules woro
adoptod. Thoy will bo of groat
intorost to some students:
All carelessly written work in
any and every department will bo
In papors that show caro in
preparation (in all departments),
orrors in spelling, capitalization
and grammatical construction will
bo marked by tho instructor when
tho examination is takon.
All errors so indicated must bo
carefully corroded by tho student
and tho paper roturned to tho in
structor. Students who do not improve
under (his systom will not bo
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or bctlcv goods for the samo
money. Let us prove this.
"Doe" Evorott tho artist has
boon slightly undor tho woathor
Miss Flo Adams of Superior
was tho guost of her brother Ed
the first of tho wook.
Irving B. Parmaloo, of tho law
school, and Stratford Howott
havo latoly boon initiatod into tho
Tho local chapter o Dolta Tan
Dolta in ontortaining Mr. Mo
Noal,'oC the Univorsity of Mich
igan, who is hero on business.
John AV. Dixon, last year's
captain oE Company "3," is cap
tain of. tho senior company of Yale
college. Thoy rocogni.o merit
when thoy boo it.
AVilliam Rood Dunroy tho
"Sweet Singer of Nebraska" will
givo tho first reading from his
poems in Omaha tomorrow night
in tho auditorium of the Y. M. 0.
A. building. Ho will bo assisted
by tho best musical talent in
Omaha. His noxt reading will be
givon at Beatrice on March 1st at
tho Y. M. C A. building.
The fiftconih annual meeting
of tho improved Stock Broodors'
association of Nomaha, was hold
in chapol this wook. Wednesday
evening Dr. Peters, of the experi
ment farm, dolivorod an interest
ing address on " Bovine Tubercu
losis," which was illustrated by
stereopticon views. Hon. AV. G.
AVhitmoro, of Aralley, addressed
tho meeting on "A Year of
Drought and Its Lessons."
Bishop John H. Vincent, the
leader of the groat Chautauqua
movement is to dolivor tho bacca
laureate sermon for tho class of
'95. The excellent address ho
made before the Stato Teachers'
association, is remembered by
many as tho best thoy over lis
toudod to, and tho announcement
that another chance will bo givon
to hear him will bo welcomed
greatly. Tho class of '9D is cer
tainly to bo congratulated.
Now Nnboh and Shillah dwelt
in Anna. And thoy sat at the
feet of Zimri, tho scribo, to loarn
wisdom. And Simri instructed
them every day, of his knowledge.
And wisdom iucroaseth in the
This was tho manner of the in
struction of Zimri. Zimri boro
in his girdle a scroll: and when
Nabob and Shilluh had pondered
well all tho words of Zimri thoy
uttered them again unto him.
Then wrote Zimri, over against
the names of Nabob ond Shillah
their work, whether it wore good
or whether it were ovil.
And it came to pass, in those
daye, that Nabob treasured well
many words of Zimri, only tho
nine and seventieth word, that re
membered ho not. And Shillah
likewise, remembered not tho two
and thirtieth word of all the words
of Zimri. Then came thoy, and
Zimri said unto Shillah, "Be
hold, tell mo tho seven and twen
tieth word of those my sayings,
and tho sixth and fiftieth also, do
claro thou it." And it was done.
And ho wrote upon his scroll,
oven between the ltavos of it,
" Lot Shillah bo called blessed."
And ho said unto Nabob, "First
declare unto mo the nine and
seventieth word." And ho could
not. Then Zimri was wroth with
Nabob, and over against tho name
of Nabob wroto he, "Lot Nabob
bo cast into outer darkness."
And thoro was weoping and gnash
ing of tooth.
Must Brnoo Up.
The heads of sovou negligent
and inattentive studonls rollod in
the basket last week; yot the
Uhaueollor found timo to en
joy tho Ohartor-day colob-ation.
Quito n nuinbor of others woro
not pormitlod to rogistor for tho
socond semostor bocauso of poor
work in tho first. There has boon
a vory general bracing up this
wook in all directions.
A Scramble for Tiokots.
AVhon tho tiokots for admission
to tho opera Iioubo woro givon out
AVodnesday noon thoro was a tor
riblo strugglo at tho door of tho
oxecutivo oflico, and not to tho
erodit of many of our young men,
thoy rushed and pushod in lino,
enliroly rogardless of tho rights
of tho young ladies.
tt has always boon tho rule to
place ovory ono of tho studonls on
tho samo lovol, as tho oxecutivo
bolievos in democratic prinoiplos,
but this was too much for tho so
niors. To bo placed on a lovol with
the common herd! Oh, no! Thoy
just drow up a petition and sent
it to tho chancellor, accompaniod
by a dismal wail. Friday ovon
ing, many of tho dignified mem
bers of tho class of '95 might
havo boon seen in tho first row of
the gallory of tho Lansing tho
ator. Owed to Spring.
O Spring! thou beauteous joyous
Of which our many poots sing,
To thoo I'll dodicato my rhyme:
To thoo, thou most onchanting
AVhen e'er a boy nits on a tack,
A pin, or any pointed thing,
'Tis then our thoughts must turn
For, wo expect to see him
And when wo watch tho wheels
And hear thorn buzz and ting-a-ling-ling,
If in a senior's head, wo think
Those wheels impelled by thee
But, when a junior meditates,
Whilo tune takes
'Tis then we think and speak thy
And ask him what he's ffoinjr
Or, if wo watch the lazy soph,
Hustle when chapel boll doth
AVe think tho fountain of true
From his young hoarl must
The freshman, tho' doth study
Doth all his powers together
But, like tho rost of us, ho Hunks
Most gracefully at thoy coming
N. N. H.
To A Senior Girl.
Oh ! haughty senior girl
AVith cap and gown,
From your high altitude
Look down, look down.
Boforo your sonior year
Though I was but a "prop,"
You loved but mo. -"
But since you donned those things
The cap and gown,
You daily pass mo by
With but a frown.
Oh! haughty senior girl,
AVith cap and gown,
From your high altitude
Look down, look down.
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