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Tlio ondol band ir improving
H, G, Barber spanl Saturday in
Prop, l)oo,j Up'hariam moan
Soo our olTorhi anothor column.
Horo is your olianco.
Yos, thoy got out in timo to at
tend thoir own funoral.
Ask MoDowol why tho Hosnor-
ian is liko a lot of drift wood.
MisH Lulo Pmldtvk onlortninod
a fow frionds vory plimsnntly last
D. N. Lolnnor '08, tho famous
whistlor, is soon around tho halls
Miss Anita Muir Bpont Saturday
in Ashland visiting tho Misses
John Hay Kuhn wont to Oma
ha last Friday to visit his parents.
Ho returned Monday.
"Hollo, Bob, taking photogra
phy?" "No. Taking pictures."
Mr. Harry Shears left "Wednes
day for Omaha, whore ho will
make his home for tho futuro.
A lottor roceivod from Prof.
Burnett from Alborqurquo, N. M.
says that his health is rapidly im
proving. "Why is it that ovoryono is hum
ming, whistling, or singing "Still
His Whiskers Grow" or "You
Can't Change It?"
Fred Cooloy's oyes had a narrow
oscapo in the chemical laboratory
last Saturday, a large flask of H
SO4 exploding in his face.
Tho two most prominent cadets
opposing tho adoption of white
duck trousers fo'r tho battalion are
Lieutenants Holmes and Hinds.
Prof. Chas. Sharer has entered
the university for a short courso
in psyschology preparatory to
ontorhig tho Chicago University.
There is more than one way to
got even with 'em. And so they
say the rustling business manager
of tho Hesperian is boarding out
you know that tho
Store were getting their new
Spring Goods. They are beau
must cover your foot. Why not
got something that is up to date?
It costs no moro than old style
your feet comfortable and your
head will be clear. The only way
is to have thorn shod with a shoe
tho foot as well as the oye and
purse. Our foot-form shoes are
the proper ones for you.
The mi mo goods for less money
or heller goods for the samo
money. Let us prove this.
Miss Alice Maitland loft
Oury mado a swift trip
Tho Union socioty is pro pnrmg
a "ffiiosi program
to bo given
Mr. Lion was olootod to tho
secretaryship of tho Political
Economy olub to fill tho vacancy
causod bv tho resignation of 11, P.
Prof. Shorman in American
litoraturo: "When Thoroau died
for tho first timo, I say, for tho
first timo his comploto works woro
Frank Woods, a former niombor
of tho class of '05 and of tho
Pnlladian socioty, is on tho editor
ial board of tho University of
P. J. Maguiro filled tho chair in
"Tariff History" during tho brief
illness of Prof. Taylor. P. J. s
not a "doctor" yet but ho has a
fow ideas on oconomics.
For somo reason tho attondanco
at chapel has fallen off materially
within tho past two weeks. Tho
generous hoarted aro staying
away to give tho others a chance.
The legislature is good for some
thing. It at least furnishes sub-
jocts for tho public speaking
classes. Just now tho "oleo" bill
is being thoroughly discussed and
will soon bo definitely answered.
George A. Davios a last year's
freshman has roturnod to school
this somester. Ho lias been en
gaged in teaching tho young idea
how to shoot straight in ltising
Prof. Dann. What aro some
words with the diminutive euding
"Kin"? Lambkin is a good ex
ample. Who can think of an
To have heard Charley Stroman
grow eloquent over tho "oloo
margerino" bill in public speaking
was almost as good as eating some
of your mother's home-mado but
ter. Chauncey Warren had an op
portunty to attend the United
States naval school, but after con
sidering carefully decided to fin
ish his electrical
Owing to the recital Thursday
evening, theaddrossof Mr. Albert
Watkins on "Civic Federations"
was postponed until next Wednes
day evening. No one interested
in economics should miss this
Miss Pearl Woodmansee, '98,
has been compelled to drop her
uuiversity work on account of ill
health. She leaves to-dav for
Colorado. Her many university
friends wish her a speedy re
covery. There seems to be something
peculiar with the weather. Not
only have a great many students
been confined to their rooms on
account of bad colds and sore
throats, but even the faculty has
boon affected. Prof. Fling and
Prof. Taylor were unable to hoar
classes for a few days last week.
Owing to insubordination on the
part of the elotric lights at the home
of Judge Pound, the fire depart
ment waB called out Tuesday night.
Anroman cut the wire and no dam
age waB done beyond burning a
small hole in the wall paper. Miss
Olivia Pound covered herself with
glory by extinguishing a blaze in
the ceiling by throwing a cup of
water on it.
"Juto" Fiold.a formor oleotrical
Htudont who would havo graduat
od with '07, has soourod a position
in an electrical plant at Now Or
leans. W. Keed Dunroy has returned
from Omaha whoro ho hold tho
first roading from his "Blades from
Nebraska Grassos." Ho was greot
od with a woll fillod house and tho
ontertainniont is roportod as boing
What will happon is yol to bo
soon, but that somo great ovent
will ocour in the noar futuro is as
sured. Tho sonior girls actually
had a secrot mooting Thursday
and havo succoedod at this writing
in keeping their secrot!
Prof. Swozey has started a class
in meteorology. Two divisions
moot in room 11 Nebraska Hall
each day. Tho most interesting
foaturo of the work is a demon
stration oach day of tho weather
forecasting from tolegraphic data
rccoivod that day.
11. W. Thatchor has boon called
homo by tho illness of his father
who will havo to go abroad for his
health, leaving his son ,(to run tho
ranch." Mr. Thatchor doos not
hope to bo back again before tho
second somester of noxt year.
Er" since the dkating has boon
spoiled the weary student has boon
longing for tho opening of tho
boating season at Burlington
boach. Then ho may rest his tired
brain and forgot all about the
caros of life while gliding over
tho quiet ripples.
Tho friends of C. A. Fisher '97,
were much ploasod to soo him back
in school the first of this week.
Ho left very suddenly a week ago
upon the advice of his physicians
and intended to seek a milder
climate. Favorable changes in
tho symptoms, however, have
made this move unnecessary for
Some facetious student "swiped"
a bucket of red paint left over
from tlie Co-op annual, and pre
sented it to tho English depart
ment one day last week. A little
card bearing the words: "To the
English department," was tied on
it. Tho paiat and brush are
awaiting identification at the ex
The debate between the Max
well's and the U. B. D. C's. was
well attended and hotly contested.
Of courso, as it always is, both
sides claimed tho victory. Accord
ing to the Maxwell's but a part of
one good argumont was made by
the opposition. The Union's say
that the lawyers simply talked and
New Books at Horpolsheimor's
Book Department. "Our Fight
With Tammany," by Rev. Chas.
Parkhurst; "Madame Sans Gene"
from the French of Victorien Sar
dou ; "Echoes From Central Music
Hall," by the late Prof. David
Swing; "Ascent of Man, by
Henry Drummond; "Billtry," a
parody on Trilby by Mary Kyle
Dallas; "The Manxman" by Hall
Another One Gone.
Miss Maud Berkoy, a formor
member of the class of '95, and of
the Union society, died at her
home Tuesday evening, after an
illness of seven months. The
following resolutions were adopted
by tho society:
Inasmuch as it has pleased the
Divine Father to take from our
midst our dear sister, Maud
Berkey, be it
Resolved, That in tier loss we
recognize that we are bereft of a
faithful worker and a true friend
of the Union society.
That we express onr heartfelt
sympathy to her parents in their
almost unconBolable grief;
And that these resolutions be
Bprend upon the records of the
Union society, published in tho
college papers, and sent to her
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