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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1877)
I fLathcjknows but what once well learned,
ilic lias forgotten. Educational. Voice.
fresh, (affably to Soph.) "What do you
'hre this) ear?" Soph, (eagerly siczing
Fresh's arm,) 'Well, Idon'l care if I do."
A Junior studied a friend lust week, by
announcing the fact that his native town
won Hip forty-second parallel of lonyi-
An Observatory is to be built at Prince
ln with a residence for Prof. Young at
nclicd, which witli instruments is to cost
-"Can ou spell donkcj with one let
hr?"asKed a silly young man of i bright
firl. Yes she answered. ''U I"--Central
Syracuse University has had over 1,000
hound volumes added to its library since
January. The cane rush resulted in a vie
lory for the Sophs.
How did Daphne differ from a Fresh
man? The one was made green by desire
-the other is green because he cannot
Did anybody ever see Soldenc cat corn
olFtliccob? X.Y.V. Herald. Ccrtxin.
ly. We've seen her with an car at each
end of her mouflr Ex.
Vussnr College rejoices in the possession
oftlirf, "Witthus collection of shells, which
is valued ut $25,000, and contains 5,000
Mecies, and 10,030 varieties.
The college library at Princeton num
hei-H over 37,000 volumes.
The Freshman class contains one bun
died and tbirty-lwo members.
Let us steer clear of the Texas steen
wlicn he is inclined to run. Unless we
ie bulls out of a gun and be is far in
the rviw.Weiteni. Nebraxkian.
A New England philosopher says he
can't find out where the air leave oll'aud
lie eurh begins. Let him .all baekwords
Iroiu a fence and he'll Hud out Ikiiis-m
-Oxford Uuiu'j-jriO i thousand
veai'H old. mid hns :t ti minimi ini'iimn nf
., . . ...v...w .,.
one million dollars. It hus a library of
live hundred and twenty thousand vol
uninos. Baes Student.
Wc never did appreciate Sophocles
much until we read in his grand epic that
'Solid men have always solid noses'. Since
Unit time our admiration for that man has
steadily increased. Ex.
It is nsscited by scientific writers, suys
an irii.li newspaper, that the number of
of persons who have existed on our globe
since the begining of time aniouiiLs to CO,
020, 843, 237, 07o, 2o(i. Ex.
Richard Grant white says, that any one
who has any tiling to say that is worth say.
ing at all, can make his own grammar.
The ever ready man of the Burlington
Haickcyc replies: "Richard, those is
which we has always did."
Junior. "I'll bet you can't repeat the
Lord' Prayer." Soph'. "I'll bet live dol
lars I can." Junior. "I take the bet;
proceed." Soph. "Now I lay me down
to sleep " Junior. "There, there, the
money is yours; 1 didn't think you knew
Scene in a recitation room: "Tnc an
cient Egyptians were in the habit of sac
riliccing led-hcadcd girls to the devil."
Auburn-haired student: "What did
they do with the red-hended boys?"
Professor : " They supposed thev would
go of their own accord." ?
Yiiat's ix a Name? Once upon a
lime at Chamounix, wc found on the bill
of lure at table d1 hole, the words, pomme
de terre a la robe do chambrc. Curious to
learn what dish bore so remarkable name,
wc sent the qaram for the mysterious eili
hie; and lo I potatoes built d in their jacket.
The following definition for a kiss,
which was given by an old mathematician
will bo of interest to students in Geomc
try He says.: "A kiss is an operation
which consists in the approach of two
curves which have the same bend as tar
as the point of contact." This definition
is btfst UllUClMOOll Wiicii I'ui ' i -"".-
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