The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, December 10, 1896, Image 3

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Books Wanted for College Settle
ment. Any one having books or any kind of
literature which thoy nro willing to donate
to tho Collego Sottlemont, will plcnso
loavo snmo with Mr. Wostorinan at tho
office or notify Mabel Rickets orG. H.
Hose. Books suitable for children and
youths uro especially desired. More sup
plies nro absolutely necessary it' tho work
is to be carried on properly.
Class Ear Marks.
A kind contributor makes tho follow
ing timely suggestions in regard to class
insignia: "I would go farther than most
I'foplo, 1 would see every mother's son,
"very father's daughter of us so clothed
that there could bo no mistaking our in
tollectunl gradation. There are hun
,lwls of ingenious, characteristic devices
a widu-nwako student body might perfect.
110 electrical engineers might wear
PocKot-battory-incandoscont lamps for
Wtons, the civil engineers could carry
ficarlet and cream flag-poles for canes,
J, "Snculturnlists could wear chrysan
uomuins of cold-slaw and could grease
n7' shoes witli unsalted butter, tho bot
miste could wear any old weeds, and our
fro, lr.r0tors coul(1 daelo brass rings
om their noses. Our soldier boys have
ady electrined Lincoln with their coat
Ho?!, mmdimj brass- my 110t dd
voity to the gown and mortar-board
111 tno shape of tinkling oymhuW
Senator W. H. Dearing, of Cass was
Z o n'Tu1 fch0 diversity last week
v- . Allen.
Fact and Rumor,
Dean Edgron will entertain tho gradu
ate club next Saturday evouing.
James H. Can field has been invited to
deliver tho P. B. K. oration this year.
Tho College Settlement tea givon by
Miss Daisy Cochrane realized a neat little
sum for that organization.
The Y. W. C. A. is negotiating for the
leaso of the vacant lot at 14th & P for the
purpose of making a skating rink.
Do you eat to live or live to oat? In
either case go to Merchants Dining Hall,
11 and P. Meals at all hours; from 10c
Tho alumni living in the city were re
ceived by Chancellor and Mrs. MacLeau
Monday evening. Over a hundred were
Manager Oury has heard nothing from
Galveston in regard to tho proposed trip
of tho foot-ball team through Texas.
Tho trip will probably be dropped for
this year.
Ferdinand V. Peck has offered to do
nate prizes amounting to $150 anually to
tho Northern Oratorical Loaguo of Iowa.
Possibly our Asssociation might bo in
induced to accopt a similar gift.
Tho Crimson-White (U. of Ala.) says:
"President Canfiold of tho Ohio Univer
sity thinks students should send their
college paper regularly to their parents,
as it would save time and be less expen
sive and more regular than letters, to say
nothing of the greater interest." It will
cost you only half a dollar to send the
Hebpektan home for the rest of the year.