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We picked up a lead pencil in front
of the University, a few days since,
which the owner can have by proving
property It is probably one of Faber's
manufacture, undoubtedly at one time
had a coat of paint, sharpened at one cud
and not wholly devoid of point at the
other. One end had evidently been shar
pened by "pearly white" incisors, as she
laboriously meditated and strove to write
an essay foi Tuesday. It's a serviceable
instrument for writing locals.
University Rending Room.
April, 20th, 1877.
Pursuant to notice the Board of Mana
gers of the Hespeiuan Student met and
was called to order by the Pros. The
members present were Messrs. E. P.
Holmes, J. 0. Sturdcvant, A. Joyce, A. C.
Piatt, E. L. Hart, and W. A. McAllister.
It being the object of the meeting to hear
a report of the management of the Stu
dent during the past Quarter, Albert
Joyce, Business Manager made a very sat
isfactory and encouraging report, which
was received. The Board after discuss
ing various other matters of inportanco
adjourned to meet at 2 oclock, P. M. on
the second Friday of May.
A. C. Plntt. Pros.
E. L. Hart. Secy.
Agricultural College : We learn from
Prof. Culbertson that a larger number of
students are attending the Agricultural
College than ever. Nearly all students, tak
ing an agricultural course are accommo.
dated with work at the farm. Eighty Ave
acres of wheat and other small grain have
been sown. There will bo about as many
ceres of corn planted. The remainder of
the farm will boused for various purposes.
We rogret to learn that about ninctcuths
of a fifteen acre cotton wood grove was
destroyed last year by insects. This grove
was soveral years old and was in a thrifty
condition before the advent of this par
ticular insect. It is thought that this des
tructive pest lias disappeared and a con
sidablo number of young cotton wood
tro' ire being planted to rpplace the loss.
The young men attending the Agricultu
ral College seem to bo bright and intelli
gent, and about as agreeable and sociable
an assemblage of students as one needs to
Wc acknowledge tho following new
subscriptions, received since our last
Miss Phoobo Wcstovcr, Lincoln, Neb.
II. II. Wilson, " "
A. B. Cndmnn, " "
II. L. Cnso. "
Hon. W. A. Sharrar, " "
J. II, SllvcrnaH, "
B. F. Parks, 2 nos. " "
Win. A. Trio, ""
G. It. Harris, "
Q. S. Wallace, "
C. E. Falrbunks, "
C. N. Llttlo, "
Miss Martha Hawloy,
Prof. Q. E. Church, "
Prof. C. B. Palmer, "
C. W. Cadman,
F. W. Leonhardt, "
John Itoed, "
D. G. Cole, '
G. W. Scott,
J. S. Brldenbaugh, "
J, E. Damn, "
Miss Ellen Smith, "
Miss Katie Thompson, Scrlbnor, Nob,
W. II. V. Itaymond, Kansas City, Mo,
C. II.Dakc, Edwardsvillo 111,
Exhibition of the University Union.
Friday evening, March 23d, this Society
held a literary entertainment in the Chapel
of tho University. Tho Palladian society
adjourned its regular meeting, in order to
attend tho exhibition, and there was a
largo attendance of tho citizens of Lin
coln. After an invocation by Hon. L. B.
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