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This week the cadets will practice with
PaIjLAdian boys, what is tho matter
with you this term ?
We are much indebted to Mr. Colo for
his valuable services.
There arc a great many students who
do not attend chapul now.
Chancellor Fairfield gave a reception
to ex. Chancellor Benton Tuesday evening.
The question is asked " who'll stand
by his colors who is on tho Cadets' side."
The cadets think there is nothing half
so nice as drill when they can get out and
Hon. J B Pinch and lady remained in
tho city several days on their return to
Married : Mr. Win. F. Little to
Miss Lillie Alexander, a former student of
The girls are learning the military sa
lute, but they touch the lips instead of the
visor of the cap.
You can buy a pair of Gentlemen's
good summer shoes at A. H. Waitt's, for
one silver dollar.
E. G. Clements says lie will take Pho.
tographs at bed-rock prices and warrant
We would advise tho ladies to examine
the new stylo Kidd Button Boots just re
ceived at A. II. Waitt's.
The Faculty have a, rule that all public
performances of students shall be submit
ted to them for criticism.
The weather of late lias been so decid
cdly warm that the High School girls have
commenced to go barefooted.
Among the many photos in Prof. Stadt
er's studio wc observed those of Mr. and
Mrs. Pinch to be represented in life size.
As this term is shorter than usual the
students are required to prepare only two
es says and two declamations instead of
It is real nice sometimes to have Prof,
stay away from tho class so wo can go and
have a game of croquet instead of reci
tation Bishop E.G.Andrews, of Dcs Moines
Iowa, preached in tho Methodist church
last Sunday morning and lectured in tho
Next Friday evening tho Union socio
ty will havo a sociable in their hall
Hurrah! one more jolly tnno before
The freshmen are renowned for their
ability for accomplishing difficulties, but
tho examination in English was too much
for most of them..
From the eloquent speeches in tho Pal
ladian society last Friday evening wo pre
dict a glorious future for tho temperance
work in Nebraska.
There seems to be no excitement in
the societies over the election ot officers
for next tern:. We shall infer from this
that no one wants an office.
Some of the Professors are taking con
sidcrable interest in the bowling alley.
Perhaps this is all right if they don't be
come too much engrossed and neglect
The closing exercises of tho High
School will take place on Tuesday after
noon Juno 4th. There being no gradual
ing class the performances will consist
of rhetorical exercises in the several -2c-partments.
The teachers and scholars of the High
school took the lead this spring in straw
berry and ice-cream festivals. Notwith
standing the comparatively small attend
ance their festival was a success, and all
present enjoyed themselves hugely.
Last week the cadets wero greatly excl
ted over tho target practice. Lieut. Dud
ley lead the "navy blue" and Pror. Bal
ley tho "compulsion" squad. For four
days the contest was fierce and at the
close the "navy blues" were four ahead.
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