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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1899)
WHAT WORRIED HIM.
Earthly shadows round mo hover,
Clouds of grief nro on my brow,
Roseate tints of sunset linger,
But they cannot charm mo now.
And my vexed and troubled features
Toll the tale of Inward pain,
Woeful as tho old-time monarch
When he "never smiled again."
Sorrow and humiliation
Mlnglo In my cup of woo,
For a fair and gentle maiden's
Was the hand that struck tho blow.
Pew her words, and softly spoken,
Yet they cause my heart to grlove,
And have turned to gall and worm
wood All tho pleasures of the eve.
Twas no fair and fickle charmer
Who hath spurned my tender tale
Made me feel as cheap as remnants
In some "inventory sale."
Twas the girl that "waits the tables
In the lunch room where I sup,
And her words were: "Late, as usual,
For the pie is all et up."
"My gowns are quite au fait, I think,"
The Boston maid avowed.
"And mine are really very swell,'-
The New York girl allowed.
"My fit-out's just about the stuff,"
Chicago's damsel cried.
"There ain't no kissing bugs on mine,"
- The Deadwood girl replied.
HOW THEY FEEL.
The editors of tne Nebraskan-Hes-perian
desire the sentiment of the
alumni and friends of tho university
and the attitude with which they view
the combination of tho wo college
papers. For this reason a few letters
will be published from time to time
as they are received. Below are some
"To the Editors: Please send the Ne-braskan-Hesperlan
to me. It is the
only way to keep track of the univer
sity and its people. Yours truly,
"J. L. CONGER,
''Principal of Schools, Exira, la."
Lincoln, Sept. 29, 1899. Messrs.
Stewart and Garrett, City: Gents 1
am pleased to note the appearance of
the paper, the Nebraskan-Hcsperlan,
as indicative of a united effort on the
part of the students of the university
to produce one college paper of a high
order. The marked improvement in
the typographical work and the gen
eral business-like appearance of the
first Issues -are cause for congratula
tion. It deserves success, and doubt
less will find it
Very truly yours,
J. S. DALES, Secy.
Omaha, Sept. 29, 1899. University
Publishing Co., Lincoln, Neb.: Gen
tlemenI am very glad to see that the
Nebraskan and Hesperian have con
solidated. It means that you will have
a truly representative paper and will
be able to print something besides
newspaper family "scraps." Take spe
cial pains with your editorial and local
columns and you will produce a paper
that will be Interesting to alumni, par
ticularly to those who have not been
so long gone as not to still have a
speaking acquaintance with some of
the students and professors. Even
those who have been struggling for
existence for years since they left the
old halls like to see and read how tho
later generations conduct themselves,
and all, I think, prick up their ears
when they read of a good joke perpe
trated or a piece of legitimate work
well done. I hope you will keep the
paper up to the standard set by the
first two issues at least and always
keep your eyes open for Improve
ments, Wishing you a successful
year, I remain,
Yours very truly,
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