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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1897)
THE i HESPERIAN
m:x. v?i i Err it KAT.
Dr. Scott, tluit was a "rocky" pun the
Chancellor made for von.
"We are coming -papa Chancellor'
About five hundred strong:
From every sort of "previous eon-"
And liave our gall along."
W r. J. K. AND :. Ml
Joys theme which may no! peritJi
There are flowers which cannot Hade
Theme a me fiwtd retreats we cherish
As the wood-thrush loves the slaade.
Theme ame fires may not he smothered
Do tine clouds blot out the stars?
You may boamd up all the windows
And we'll court inside the bars.
Disguised in big. black masks
That bold, bad villiairas wear.
Some -small frat bays set out
To Baave a meg' Bar tame
They prowBed "mound peoples" hoaf.es
Amid liad the mntostesl fun
HJut like all bold raaena they BaaDted
Una cover of a gnaw.
Somethings theme ame ina this bivuad woiM
3 Jke meitBuer mam mir goose,
WnBB soiiae one phoaae tflae fooBkiller
Amid teDO Siim wBaat is Boose. ,
Tibe BiKnooklet to the river iflows,
Tlbe Diver to tflae sea;
The twig that by the wayside grows
Im time becomes a tree.
EVaa --(.TfooBBy"" witHi his "wg&oeits'"'
May tiuraj into a moana
Anad every Bieatmme Bias been tamcied
Fmotia ETeoifJtoeba tio Dana.
Boat the amae oM gmoup of co-ieds t&isnoKiag
Alxouat the Bibr'ry steps.
And pose and ssuairk amid "cMm"" the boys
Amid jgigguV worse ttflaan preipts.
OHO CKJ)MK BiACK USAKBOls!
We tiais tlbiit dhuriom vicie of yours
We maifls tHaatt statesman piowe
We ttxiaas tHimt Moomkig smile of yoaairs
A$ SJaaaiaar wtoaaBd tflje mo&eu
We miss you at the table. Baker.
When viauils disapjioar:
We miss you. for you took the cake
I s'pose likewise the beer.
We iniss you in the alcove for
The books are now in sight
Could you read all those looks at once?
Xbw could vou. honor bright?
Iespite old tilts and "fam'ly jars"
We miss you Baker on the square
We miss you in oh. bless your stars.
We miss you almost everywhere.
Well. Mister I!cnders:
I'm purty much a stranger to you.
And I ain't no great sight to say. as yet.
Though maylte I've enough to do you.
Course my grammar's not as good
as some I've saw
But. I'll git likelier as I go along.
There's lots no letlcrii I be. takin law.
They say down whare I live, on silver
That, when you're lookin out fur presi
I'm the makiu' of a first-rate stick.
I reckon that is why they made me
wlaatt they are pleased to call
The iflghtin" editor
When I come here this foil.
TBaat pert young cliap that scribbled
Bieme last year
Anad then went oaTand died or soaneihin"
Did n"t do miaueh but talk about himself
Xow I'll be in my place at office hours
To greet imMguioia frien's
Amid work iBiie Wlusfer the" ndulgent pow'os.
I'm heme to Bet the public's virtuies shine
Ira all 3"our deeds to find the good that Musi
And i your foults (you aint got none) he
I never Bcnowed a prof. So be a fizzle
Or do or say a tBsing that waswt. smart.
I never heard a flalse note in anvlodvs
TDB be all tiling to every mn, foaxooib
Ism dxmeiBe, serviaB and Sjwuious
Amd I wiBB always tteBB tPue jointed truth;
Xewr and old stmdenis ame 3m'3tel tt caE
and try the IS. & C.
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