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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1877)
Two of the Preps, have broken out
in nnew pacce, the following is the result:
"Talk about jour .Mulligan (Suardn, anil of
the Skldmore, too,
They surely can't compare with in, who
wear the Navy Illue:
We wear bra-a buttons on our cont. mill
on oiirlunlstcontc, too,
With n little " lrasn" upon our cheeks, wo
keep the glrln In u utew "
I'lioiaw: Navy4blue, navy blue, we're the
boys totniarch.for ou;
Two by two, two by two, we're the buy
who wear the blue."
The other verses linvc luidMhe author
long sincein their colllins.
The State Convention assembled in ihe
Opera House of this city on the 10th
i tist., and nominated lcgcnls to till the e.
piring terms of regcnlsIIolines and Mob.
ley. Mr. Holmes was le-nominated, by
acclamation, and the U-m. Mr. Pers'inger,
of Merrick was nominated in Mr. Mob.
ley's place. The contest was quite a spir
ited one, much interest being manifest
ed. We are unacquainted with Mr. Per
singer, but learn that he is a wry able
scholar, a graduate of Hat vard, and one,
eager and ready to labor for higher cdu
cation. Just as this Nsue of the S'ltiiK.vr goes
to press we announce the resignation
of Mr. E. P. Holmes, editor-in-chief. Im
mediately the Hksi'Uuiax Studknt as-,0-ciation
met, and the resignation was ae
cepted. Mr. A. V. Hancock was elected
to till the vacancy. The olllce of associ
ate editor was declared vacant, and Miss
Emma Parks elected to till the position.
Mr. Albert Joyce having resigned about
l wo weeks ago, the association elected Mr.
0. V. Cole to ill? bis place. The ne.vl issue
of the Studknt will, thcicfoic, appeal
with a brand new editorial corp., who
will strive to make it prosperous duriii"
their short administration.
"Tlie star of Bethlehem has mm!"
Like the dew before Ihe morning sun, ho
has vanished; and, wheic happiness and
sunshine reigned .supreme, sorrow and ie
giet, blended with that melancholic pij.
il, tells a story sad and disconsolate, as the
devil drops an occasional tear to mourn
for his departure. Yea, lie's gone, driven
by Ihe winds of adversity. The fragile
pen has been dioppod,' while Holmes no
longer lends enchantment to the motley
crew who inhabit the literary realms of the
Student's sanctum. Life is u wietclieil
punishment, and the Student's devil
gi ins with regret through his ink-stained
lips as lie wonders who may be the ne.t
tortured moital, ns ho yellsthis uncalhly
iinthem. " More copy."
We have recived u copy of the ie.
port of the transactions of the state Horli
cultural society for the year 1377. It is a
wry neatly printed pamphlet containing
much tliat is of interest to fruit groweis.
The Ueport contains much valuable
information in regard to Hortieultuic. It
aiso contains an exccllant description ot
the soil and climate of our State, as well
as icporls of progress of fruit growing of
the slate. Much information is given U.u
in icgardto the insects which kill our fiuit
tiees and the remidics for thepievintion
of their destruction. We consider the ie
poit valuable and'instructive to the people
I'il's- Mr. H. II. Wilson.
Vice Pies. Miss Mary Williams.
Hoc. See. Mr. Clias. E. Slratton.
Cor. Sec. Miss. Eima J. Hnwley.
Critic, Mr. P. M. Hull.
Tri'as. Mr. W. Loree.
Ilistoiian, Mr. Ceo. Simmons.
Chorister, Miss Katie Gillett
Sergeant at aims, Mr. A. Fitch.
1'rex. Miss May. . Fait Held
Vice Pies. Mr. J. P. Hariman.
Kec. S.c. Mr. F. O. Morion.
Cor. Sec. Miss May Damrow.
Critic, Mr. A. U. Hancock.
Trcas. Miss Claru Park.s.
Hislorian, .Mr. C. V. Cole.
Chorisler, Miss. Maltie Trceniaii.
Seigcm at amis Miss Alice Moilon
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