The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, January 02, 1900, Page 8, Image 9

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SONG OP THE ELEVEN.
Lino up, pass her back, keep the ends
in check;
When the umpire's back is turned slug
'em in the neck.
Paste a fellow when he's down, grind
him with your boot;
Break his head if necessary ncoot,
brothers, scoot.
Tackle 'em below the knee, gouge 'em
in the eye;
Kick 'em in the abdomen and leave 'em
there to die.
Hoar your alma mater's voice rise
above the din,
"Anything to win, boys, anything to
win!"
Never mind a rib or two, smash a col
larbone, Sweeter than the sweetest music is a
dying groan.
Mother sits up in the stand anxloiu lor
her son;
She won't recognize her baby after
we have done.
Slug him once again for luck, break
his Grecian nose;
Make him lose an ear or two, amputate
his toes.
Don't forget our motto, boys, do your
level best;
Now for God and country, boys, and
well, you know the rest.
Just another rally, boys; give it to 'em
hot;
Lay 'em out upon the sward Juct as
soon as not.
See. we're almost over now, yorder is
the goal!
Kill him if you must, and Lord have
mercy on his soul.
Ex.
THE CIGARETTE FIEND.
When do doctor sez I'm dyin' put a
"root" between me lips,
'n I'll breade me life out peaceful
'twixt de blissful, kissful sips,
'n I'll draw de smoke down in me, t' de
remnint uv me lungs,
'n in two hazy streamlets spurt it
t'rough me nostrll-bungo.
'n w'en de gleamin' angels are chantin'
overhe'd,
De mournful, tuneful requirim fur
ernudder fool det's dead,
Lord, let me wait er little, w'ile de dear
ole stump I kiss,
Den put it in me coffin wid de skeling-
ton of dis.
'n if, w'en I gits t' heaven, er "NO
SMOKIN' " sign I see,
I'll turn eround 'n come right out it
ain't er place fur me.
I dunt want ter be an angel; I'd rud
der shovel coal,
'n sell me season ticket t' some "no to
bacco" soul.
Git er match frum ole Saint et del
eighteen-karet gate,
Scratch it on me glis'nln' robe uv w'ite,
'n go t' hell in state,
Er smokin' uv a Nestor its gold tip
between me lips
'n er winking et de devil 'twixt de
blissful sips.
Yes, I'll greet him quite Jacosoly, 'n civ
him an inhale
W'lch will almost make him tlnk dot
he's Inside de heav'Hy pale.
Wid dis favor ez er knockdown, I'M
touch him fur ov spot
Wore a man may smoke in quiet, u Jt
ain't too hloom'ng hot.
Johns Ilopkinn News-Letter.
TWO HANDS.
Last night I held her hand In mine.
A hand so slender and divine,
Endowed with all the graces,
Tonight another hand I hold,
A hand well worth It weight in gold;
Just think of it four aees.
Before Buying Note Books, Tablet's, Stationery, Etc.
U. of N.
Writing Paper,
Envelopes
to Ma tcli.
Fine "Pennant"
TT. nf N. Paner
A New Thing, our "Flexible" Memo, and Cover Going like jn Boxes.
hot cakes.
SEE OUU LARGE, NEW STOCK AT
THE CO-OP.
322 North Eleventh Street.
Special Sale"- on 5c Note Books and Tablets.
ROPER & BOOMER.
The Music Reader,
BY W. L. GILPIN.
A graded course in singing for
Public Schools
Singing Schools
Conventions
s.i-.dusT our.
This book has already been placed in a
number of the best schools of the state and
has made a great success. Contains 72
pages, music and words, written and ar
ranged by W. L. Gilpin. Based upon 25
years' experience.
Sample copies, 25 cents, postage prepaid.
Regular price, $8.00 per dozen.
Address, W. L. GILPIN,
937 Pcacli Street,
LINCOLN.
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THE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
IT IS DANGEROUS TO NEGLECT A
COLD.
Pneumonia Is one of the most dan
gerous and fatal diseases. It always
results from a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold
and perhaps prevent an attack of pneu
monia. It Is, In fact, made especially
for that ailment and has become fa
mous for its cures over a large part of
the civilized world. It counteracts any
tendency of a cold toward pneumonia.
Can you afford to neglect your cold
when so reliable a remedy can be had
for a trifle? For sale by druggists.
is opposite fche Campus.
Students contemplating the study of
music, and those who have friends
desirous of information concerning
the advantages offered, are cordially
invited to visit the school and obtain
an illustrated Catalogue. You can
enter at any time
WILLARD KIMBALL
DIRECTOR.
?cy
A COLLEGE CALENDAR
will l)i Klvi'ii to any pewon bringing live
new subscribe to the Nkiiiiahkan
Hi:si'KltiAN for roiimliuler of yeur. See
calendar nt Uiilvernlty Hook Store.
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BO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
MIDNIGHT MUSINGS.
WHAT IS LIFE?
A dainty kiss, a little hug
To the parson then skecdaddle;
For food and raiment then to tug,
Then o'er the Styx to paddle.
I once thought my love was a poem,
So one day I told her quite terse
How 1 thought on the subject. She
answered:
No, Charlie, to you I'm "a-versc."
Literary Aspirant "I can write any
thing." Editor "Then right about face."
Teacher "Willie, what is a rabbit?"
"Willie "An animal with four legs
and an anecdote."
Teacher "What do you mean by an
anecdote?"
Willie "A short, funny tale."
WHAT THEN?
If all the world were paper,
And all the seas were Ink,
And editors stood on every side,
How much would they write, do you
think?
If all the world wore candy,
And all the stars were eako,
And school girls walked on every side,
Mow much would they take, do you
think?
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