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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1897)
TLI 10 IJ KH MORI AN
Welcome sweet peace!
Insubordination is the chief defence of allegations.
1 1 nil pumpkin-rollers good and true!
Nine goose eggs straight for proud Wahoo
Wo all expected that of you
Now show the "East" what 3011 can do,
And um them like you used Wahoo,
Boo Moo, Boo I loo, Boo Hot!
A SUNK CHUB.
'Tis sweet and refreshing when struggling tlirotigh
To meet litmrst mm in the heat of the strife.;
Twould he sweeter to meet, him who, "feeling Ins
Merits vengcancofor swiping J. Cortelyou's 'notes'
The vengeance I'd wreak so dire and so dark, (as
He'd take hygiene a week under good Doctor
Clark (P. It K.)
Nkkkanka Don'nki) m;t Bakku Livks.
My spirits sink sixteen degrees
Below the danger line.
Had doubts and fears my spirits sci.e.
In sadness I repine.
For Baker, Denison. and (Jreen
Best team the Old Uni has seen
In tlieir attempt to save the state
Were forced to yield tin' joint debate.
A brighter day I contemplate
Illumed with merry, gladsome cheer
Dear Kaus'is we'll reciprocate
In joint debate next year.
I'll swear by heaven and earth ami air,
K'cu by creation's maker,
That though you downed Nebraska fair
You cannot squelch our Baker.
Hon Mani.ky thk Hi:ik
I have, worried loo much lately
In a sympathetic way,
I've grown thinner somewhat lately
Thinking of that Senior IMay.
Mauley will be crowned the hero
Though they say he writes to ,
But he'll make a valiant heio,
As that run of heroes go.
May the class of ninety seven.
After their commencement day,
All proceed direct to Heaven
"By request" to give their play.
I cleaned my gun from grease and dust
Five hours forty by the clonk,
Until remained nor lint nor rust
Within a rod of barrel or stock,
And how I Mimed that glistening bore
To put out the inspector's eye
Then, sadder still, Oh how I swore
When, quite unseen, ho passed mu by.
THOMSON TMK IIKUO BKATS THK HAN'D
I never saw a band cailot,
When given tickets to the ''gym,"
Who showed the faintest real regret
To take a lady in with him,
Until our own band took that stand
And asked for recognition.
Then formulated that demand
In terse and lully signed petition.
Now, really, I can't blame the band
For taking that decided stand,
For ladles fair could not oujoy
To sir near the bas drummer boy,
And who could sit without regret
Beside that rolirhij cornet?
But when I heard the orders road
In the battalion, signed "(iui foyle,"
Anil hoard the eur.-e 0.1 I'nonHou's head
Oh how my very blood did very boil!
Now why lire I'liom- m fr ) n the ban I
For acts outside battalion done?
He disobeyed not one command
No, Spartan heroe, not a on-!
But through some moital dislocation
lie's gone for IssimoitiMNATios!
O. M Bnrr was around the University thN weo
Mrs. Needy, of Beatrice, visited her son O I'.
Keedy, this week.
Prof. Barbour gave another of his illustrated Ice
tu res Tuesday morning.
The Y M. 0 A mooting will bo led by S H.
Sloan nest Sunday, May iG
Mr. (I. H. Rose left for (Irand Island Thursday
where he will spend a few days at home.
(J. M. Skill's' brother who has luion ill fir "'
time is no butter ami no hopes are entertained for
.The schedule for the dual examinations has ben
posted They begin 011 Wed May Jd ami '1111
Tuos .June 1.
The ball game between the rnivursity and Wa
hoo was a complete victory for our team. The
score was 1(5 to 0.
The Y W- (J. A. will give an oulortninmmit '" tlM'
ehapel May 20. The purpose is for the beiu'lit of
the Lake (Souovn fund.
Prof. Davis gave an address at chapel Thiii'Mlay
morning on Hie lately deceased Prof. Sylvester ot
John Hopkiu's University
The Freshman danoo given at the (Japitol lat
Friday evening was a success in every sense of tin'
word. Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores an I Fresh
men were present. Tho annual Freshman dunce
bids fair to out rival the Junior pronionudo.
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