The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 21, 1894, Page 14, Image 14
u THE HESPERIAN '? tJ A largo bull snake was recently added to our museum of the largest of its species ever found in this part of the country. Nowbranch who is putting all his energy into raising a moustache, was somewhat em barrassed the other day when ho wns reported for "not shaving." The faculty continue to think that throe years of drill is for the good of tho students, the result of which is that a number of chronic kickers carry around a gloomy countenance. A number of scientific students went out on an excursion last Saturday "specimen hunting." They all camo home with tho fino intention of carrying a gossamer with them after this. Prof. Fling will leave for Paris about the 25th whore ho will remain for three months working over some unpublished manuscripts preparatory to getting out his first volume of the life of Miraboau. Tho Senior laws handed their thesis in last week. Four of tho best will bo read in chapel before tho public who will bo sup posed to judge of tho legal knowledge of the class from these productions. In tho recent student's meeting, tho sug gestion of Prof. Caldwell that tho students bo largely represented on tho various com mittees to arrange for joint debate with Kansas, was received with loud applause. The police had a lively run this morning after a man who was running down 0 street. They overhauled him at 1225 O street. When questioned, ho intimated that ho was going to got his prescription put up at tho now Drug Store, McKenney's, 1225 "O". Prof. Barbour recently made a trip to Kearney in tho interest of the geological de partment. Some ivory from a large ele phant's tusk was brought to surface by prairie dogs and the Prof, followed the course of the hole and finally ran on to a partial remains of a very large elephant. Tho medical students have recently formed a class organization and elected the following officers for the present semester: President, J. P. Rowo; vice-president, Miss Oarr; secretary, H. H. Orr; Treasurer, Miss Annie Fosslor; Class Historian, Miss Hoaw, and sergeant of arms, Mr. Ira. They have taken Btops to secure a class pin and colors and will soon bo thoroughly equipped as a class organization. Tho best flavored soda waters in the city may be had at Rector's pharmacy, N. "W. corner of 12th and N streets. The tempt ing menu that is offered consists of plain sodas of every conceivable flavor, also phospates, mineral waters and fancy drinks. Rector's ice cream and fruited sodas aro the best in tho city. A specialty is made of health drinds fancy and plain. Egg drinks of all flavors. Try Rector's sodas once and you will drink no others. Call and get a special menu. Over her lover she pleadingly leaned, And he promised for her dear sake, As he lay in the hammock and saw her tears, Not another drop to take. With a thrill of joy the fair girl sprang To his side, with a loving look, The vow was broken likewise the rope, For another drop he took. Brunonian. I cannot aing the old, old songs, And when I try the new, The fellows arm themselves with clubs, And so my songs are few. Brunonian. One-third of tho university students of Europe die prematurely from the effects of bad habits, acquired while at school; one third die from lack of exercise, and the other third govern Europe. Ex. The University of Cairo, founded A. I), 973, has the largest attendance of any college in the world.