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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
OUH COLLEGE NEWS.
W. M. Stevenson hns our thanks for
papers sent us.
As yot Ihoro Is nothing definite on
the "forgery" oase.
Thorp is n hill in loglslaluro rolnllvo
to tin- disposal or the "Model Farm "
A couple of tho officer of thelcgisln
Hire arc boarding at Uio dormitory.
Is Charter Day a holiday? and ir no,
will thor ho any recitations on that day?
lie donlsing "Meet me at the galo," j ll now reasonably explained why
hul it is "Meet mo in the hall, in tho ihhd , ihflt student sinned so very nervous in
,,,,,... - ! church the other evening hist cirl was
refusal that ono of the hoys received not
Ambition overcame one of our Props
during the slay or Kendall's Troupe in
litis city, but since their departure he is
slowly recovering from his admiration ol
The gentleman sludenl who took off
hit nvcicont and wrapped it around his
girl the other evening, when he was Ink
ing her home, is a m.vlel Hint should ho
copied by some.
Wo were surprised at some young fob
lows throwing putty halls around from
the galleries at tho Capilol during the
senatorial contest. Wo are quite certain
I hat none of the University boys would
do such a thing, especially when it was so
light that they could bo scon by every,
Wo understand that there is, or will
be, a bill introduced into the legislature
creating the office of State Geologist. If
such an ofilce is created, the person fill
ing il ought to be able to do something
for tho University in the same manner
thai Prof. Marsh has worked for Yale
As we pay the postage on the Sit-
rr.NT we hope thai cvory body will pay in I
Some of the students have gone back
on the Mutual Friend, but still read Uio
That couple is getting far gone, when
they have to keep up a handkerchief flo
tation in chapel.
The Constitution of our newspaper or
ganizHti.m will be published in the paper,
in our next number.
Is the local editor of a College paper
to be held responsible if he should hap
pen to tell a few llesV
Irving to keep him awake by making a College.
pin cushion of him.
The Fresh who was caught kissing a
Those fashionable n ek scaifs can be :8irl Hl ,he backdoor a few nights atro is
procured al P. S. Sheldon & Son's where in nwy r'i his chum, who caught him
you will find all kinds ol collars, shirts !' llu' net, declares that il was the hired
and everything that a young man needs llM ftml llie Vi'c5h cannot successfully
In the way of stylish clothing. j deny it, though the young lady of iho
In ih rrlv imri of this month n, J house is so beautiful and has such pretty
A special mooting of the Hiwkuun
Association was called on the 22nd of the
present month, and tho following named
gontlomcn wore appointed a committee
to revise tho constitution and prepare it
for publication: W. II. Ncedham, ohair.
man : W. A. McAllister: G. 12. Howard:
G.S. Roberts and AmosE. Gaull. Tho
committee is to report on or before the
first of February.
A number of ladies have visited tho
school this term and as some of them are
handsome ono of the boys makes it a
point to bo on hand when they go into
the room opposite Prof. Thompson's reci
tation room. We have finally discovered
tho reason of his peculiar actions;
when tho ladies see so many skeletons
around thoy always give vent to a neat
feminine shriek, and tho fellow is confi
dent that if some of the handsome visit
ors knew that there- would bo some ono
near to catch thorn, thoy would mint. As
convicts in the State Penitentiary made a
bold attempt to escape, but failed. A few
of our brave students assisted in uard
ing the prison during the revolt.
If n few moie volumes of Holm's
Standard Library, and a few more books
written in the French language, were ad
ded to our University libraty U would un-
red lips. yci no nas noi men pnm lor nis services
... r ., . , . , ., i but it is hoped soonwill bo.
Ono or the students came homo the L
other nlghl at six o'clock in the morning. Tho ChemisUy class has not forsaken
Of courso some valid excuse was de. ' "s this term in providing locals for us,
Itnanded, and it was supposed that ho ! and tho last one occurred a few days ago.
would give something creditable, but
The smiling fnecs of several of the ; doubtcdly increase lis real worth.
students were seen at the I ichonor llouso
during the senatorial contest.
And now the question comes tip, if
the Capilol is removed from Lincoln, will
the University lollow suit, or pass?
Mauuikd. Miss Ella Tunnel to Mr. A.
M. Ghost. For some limo paatMlss run
nol has been residing in St, Louis.
" Kabus," the author of the article
entitled " Ralph Waldo Emerson", in our
October issue, is Mr. Frank Stroot.
The boys should patronize those who
stand by us, and P. S. Sheldon & Son
keep a nobby stock of hat., caps, iV.c.
The student who practices gymnas
tics by jumping over the fence ol Mr. ,
at a late hour at night, should go a little
slow or he may bo accused of procuring
his kindling wood by unfair means.
Mr, ScotuSlddons, the popular dra
malic reader, was greeted with a very
ini go audience the other ovening, and
although she hns been quite ill 1. U,
everybody seemed satisfied with the per
formance. AVit wore surprised on looking over th
stock of goods kept bv Jacobs Bio-, iV.
Oakley, and at the extreme low pri v, at
-What pretty voting ldv is going to allien they liom inc.r gooiw, . turn ..
send us a valentine? The day soon ap-! will pay every one to give thorn .i call be
tore purchasing. tu.j
proaches, and we await It with anxiety.
Owing tt a delay in the shipping of
chemical, the chemistry class have, hs
yet, been unable to go to work in the lab
Those subscribers who find an "X'
opposite their names will plunge take no
tiee that their subscriptions expire with
That young lady who fell down in the
hall is said to be a ikatist, but she surely
should not attempt to out si "pigeon wing"
on a plank floor
All subscriber are cxpootod to pay in
advance, and so thoy cannot blame us iT
their names are striken oft' tho list when
thoy are in arrears
There is some talk in legislature of
abolishing tho office of Treasurer of Unl
versity Fundi and pulling his duties on
the State Treasurer.
Any chroinos that our subscribers
may choose to send us will bo thankfully
received, ami hung up in our sanctum,
with name of donor attached.
A. II. WailtofLincoln lssollingMons
Fine Onlf Sowed Box Toed Boots at the
low prico of five dollars, and " Ladies
Genuine French Kid Button Boots at four
The note that was picked up In tho hall
bearing tho simple words "No, sir," was
not a "previous engagement" but n square
'when he said lie had been studying Latin
with a fellow student it was out holy too
' thin to be biliovcd.
The Stale Librarian in making his re-
port l ) the Legislature, recommended
that the miscellaneous library at the
1 Capilol be placed on the shelves of tho
j University Library. Wo do not, know as
' we need them because we have dupll
i eates of almost every book in tho Stale
! miscellaneous Library.
Soi'iiOMOnic. (In a very patronizing
: manner io rrep. wno nas iaieiy ouioreu , musi!( Proftessor
school,) "oynu know why the head ol
your girl is like this University?"
Puki' "No, do tell tnu why she is like
tliN noble Miucturc!''
Soimi 'MJ'-c. (Use her head and the Uni-
er-.it v arc b lli badly cracked."
1 Owing to the carelessness of somo
The Professor was passing a bottlu of gas
around and the students wore examining
it, and tho curiosity of ono of the boys
bemg aroused he seized another bottle
that was on the Prof 's desk, and uncork
ing it, hurriedly passed il toayoung lady
sitting near him. The gas was very ob
noxious and tho lady nearly fainted but
ns fate or fortune would have it thorc was
no one near into whose arms sho could
fall and she soon recovered from the
shock. The last scene was an aston
ished boy, for ho did not know what was in
the bottle; a horrified young lady, and an
ma Mafor has any grandchildren
would bo plool to know it.
The student who thought that coal
oil was procured from whales has sinco
learned difil-renlly, and the question that
is bothering him a good deal now is
whether the whnlo swallowed .lonnh, oi
Jonah swallowed the whale.
one. the names of a number of our slib-
Should any of our students t ike unto..,,. nol uuuL., iu unln tvv0 or
ihomsolvcs a male, we hope thoy will no . montj ;lflcr uK.v iMi subscribed.
tlfy ns of the fact, ns locals are scarce in (nirjnsi,K.hS Manager lias opened up a
thiwu gi-Msshopper times, also, it the .u-1 , sol ()(- j)0l,i;s nmi jf anv one docs nol
got their paper, thoy will please notify
him, and all mistakes will be rectified.
King Kalakua, of the Pacific Ocean,
visllod tho High School in Omaha a few
days ago, and was introduced to the stu
dents. They say that King David was
very well satisfied with tho school, but
before he got away from Omaha, one ol
Tho dignity of Ibis institution is re. ti,u fttir bulies kissed him at n public io
spec-led, and one of the committee that j ocption we presume that ho has iron
escorted the Squatter Governor to hisorv0a.
chair in the third house the other owning n n lcoture lvC(.lltlv doUvored in the
was one of Hie -tudenls. o have no ...,,.,,.. ,,,,, .......la.-r announced him-
self in favor of educating the rising gen
oration in politics, and now a writer in
one of the Chicago papers comos out
strong in favor of such an institution.
Thoro is no doubt but that wo could annu
ally turn out a fow Congressmen, some
policemen, and one or twi Governors.
On the 15th of the present month tho
IIksi'Kuun Studknt Association hold a
mooting to appoint a committeo to award
contracts for the coming year. Tho com
niittoo appointed was tho Business Mana
ger and board of Editors. At this meet
ing Mr. R.T. Holt, rocontly elected Secre
tary, resigned his olllco and Mr, G. 8.
Roberts wac elected in his place.
doubt but that his girl Icls flattered over
Tho advice that tho Chancellor gave
tho students in regard to tho senatorial
election soonis nol to have boon regarded
by anumborof students, who took quite
a lively inlorcst in tho candidates, but ol
course they are now all in favor of Hon.
A S. Paddock.
One of Hie Juniors is expected to "sot
up" the cigars on account of tho ohoico
in tho olootion of U. S. Senator. Ho
should fling away political ambition, put
his whole heart into his studies, nnd ho
ho may at some future time rise to the
position of tutor, who knows!
On tho evening of the 2Gih of this
inonUi tho ITksi'Kiuan Studknt Associa
tion hold a meeting when the resignation of
Miss Ada J. Trwln, as Associate Editor,
was accepted, placed on file, and Miss Em.
ma L. Williams elected to fill the vacancy.
One of the peculiarly funny motions that
prevailed was in substance ns follows:
That no proxy votes be accepted unless
they bear the seal of a notary public, in
consequence there were about len otcs
cast out. The wholo number oT votes cast
was sixty-three, being about two thirds of
Iho entire number of voters. Considera
ble interest manifested in tho paper and
it is hoped that it may never grow less.
Il would be a good thing for us to have
the subscription list doubled, and then wc
could place ourselves beyond all prob
ability ol being a grasshoppor sufferer.
Claranoo Soo't is in a Drug Store in
Frank Stroot is foreman of a printing
office in Canada.
Miss ICato Stovor camo down from
Seward a fow days ago.
D.J.Brown is ongaged in teaching
school in Bolmont product in Otoe coun
ty. '73. J. Smart Dales was admitted to
practice law iu tho Second Judicial Dis
trict. Mr. dinger, a formor Regent uf tho
University is ono of the representatives
in the present legislature.
A. A. Cummings hns gone to Iowa
where ho will sway bircb.rod and toach
tho young to say their ABOs.
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