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dust of tho i'Oad to keiJp our children warm, they jumped iVom a Hpring board Upon the1
Will tho Lord temper tho wind to the shorn "elephant" and then disappear from sight.
lamb? Will we burn tho dust? Suppose wo
should shovel up the hand that is working all
this evil against us, the hand that is prepar
ing this seat for us in Hell!"
His arms came down, and as they did so
his hand struck mine, lie grasped it convul
sively, then dropped it and started back, ut
tering a cry. It was not a human cry, but
tho high, thin scream of a frightened animal.
Then ho ran up and down tho road, leaping,
waving his arms and screaming.
I looked at my tingling hand and felt of it,
stared for a minute at tho raving man and
then with a mighty effort ran to the nearest
house for help. "When I came back, the min
ister was gone.
We found him, toward morning, sitting in
the road and heaping up the dust Avith his
hands. E. W.
It reminded one of the proverbial monkey
show. The human pyramid caused some to
hold their breath for fear that someone would
be hurt; then when the whole sank down in
a "dog pile" and no one was injuied, every
one expressed their pleasure in a hearty
laugh. Much credit is due .Joel Stebbens for
his faithful work in the exhibition and also
for his work throughout the year as leader of
Tho IJoyH Cym IxhiliLioii.
The boys' gymnasium exhibition last Sat
urday night wan one of tho best of the kind
ever given in tho university. A large and
Aiiion ( ho Gi'eekN.
W. II. Lehman will take a bicycle trip to
Lehigh Valley, to spend Sunday with his
cousin, Miss Lou King Baokwood.
Frank Buckstalf has lately been collecting
zoology specimens near tho olectric light in
front of Horpolsheiiner's.
Ed. Cramb gave a talk on "Social Science"
before a club at Endicott, last week.
K. S. Bulla and Fred Cooley are preparing
to make a canvas of tho state soon to estab
lish agencies for their famous hair oradicator.
(loo. Bartlett joined the hospital corps at
enthusiastic crowd witnessed the exhibition.
The boys were arrayed in white duck trousers the fair grounds recently but after a fow days
and maroon sweaters. At 8:15 o'clock the George was thrown out and advised to uso
exhibitors marched in, in columns of fours
and then went through tho Indian club drill,
tho clubs swinging in perfect order and uni
son. After the club swinging a match game
of volley ball was played. This resulted in a
victory for Andreson's team. Tho score was
29 to 10. Pho horizontal and parallel bar
work with the heavier apparatus proved to
be interesting to the spectators. The bottle
ball game was exciting. The score, however,
was not determined as only one inning could
bo played on account of time. The strength
some anti-fat medicine.
"Stub" Hurgert is now tho busiest man in
school, since he is getting out tho celebrated
Messrs. A. A. Bischolf, V. P. Sheldon and
Earl Wohn walked out to Emerald Sunday to
I. S. Cutter spent Sunday visiting at Oreigh-ton.
Among the many U. of N. men who have
gone to tho front t'.io University can bo justly
test between' Nielson and Shano was won by proud of Frank D. Eagor of '93. With tho
the latter. He succeeded in "chinning" call for troops, Mr. Eager arranged for tho
himself twenty-one times, Nielson twenty suitable continuance of the Nebraska life
times. Tho fancy club drill, done by Stub- pendent, and as first lieutenant of Co. D, lirst
bons, Davis,- Hunf'und Nienhiest, was the regiment, (Jov. Holcomb appointed him chief
moat attractive fealure of tho evening. Al- of subsistence. When that vork passed into
though the boys made several mistakes be- Uucle Sam's hands, Lieut. Eager was made
cause of tho poor light, tho whole was splen- quartermaster of the first regiment, and was
did. T1H3 "elephant" (parallel bars covered f! lom U?k rof tli8ting 10
.,., A n , A, i. i , . Ti mustering ollicer. In tho formation of tho
with mats) caused the most laughter. It volunteers, Lieut. Eager was made adjutant
was indeed ludicrous to watch tho boys as of his regiment.
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