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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1879)
Owen Q. Adams is present to attend
the University this term.
W. O. Kidell is teaching near Bennet.
lie will return in the Spring.
Prof. Wincliell spent an hour the day
alter his lecture, looking through Prol.
Collier's department in particular and the
University in general.
The Sophmores have adopted the use of
canes as a class distinction. A Sopho.
more is now irreverently alluded toby the
Freshmen as a jack of clubs.
" The societies are profiting by the ses.
sion of the Legislature in obtaining live
questions for debate. The Union decided
at their last meeting that i reform school
should not be established in the State.
Mr. Leslie Burch, a graduute of the
Normal School, has entered the Universi
ty. Send 'em along; we are always glad
to supplement the work of the Normal
by the more extended course of the Uni
versity. C. Mill Eastcrdny is attending the law
department of the University of Iowa.
Just such talented men as Mr. Easterday
we need at home; wouldn't it be in order
to organize a law department here?
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Ionce lor the Student, "Wo all dispise
a man too narrow minded to take a news
paper. Don't prove youseli that kind or
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Don't be alarmed ! The cow in the urn.
scum has not been resuscitated nor is the
University haunted. It's only Prof. Col.
( "Her preparing for his lecture. We will
back the Prof with any amount desired
as the most expert man on the continent
at making unearthly noises. Any takers?
Mr. Finch was in the city again last
week, lecturing to crowded houses; there
is no one who can draw such a house as
he. Dr. Miller, of the Omaha Jforahl, n-
so delivered a lecture against prohibition
which was pretty successfully answered
by Mr. Finch. Mr. Finch goes from kcre
Who wouldn't be a Cadet? The Cadets
all received an invitation to attend the
anual reception, given, January lfi by the
Union Club, with tho special request that
they attend in uniform. Let those who
escaped the military instruction of the
University no more look down with con
tempt on brass buttons and blue coats.
They didn't get an invitation, and we do
not care if they did n't. Several of the
Cadets attended, and reported that they
passed a most enjoyable evening.
The Junior organization went off all
right until it came to the question of
badges, when each young lady thought of
hor hat and mentally resolved to die rath
pr than have a color that would n't match.
The contest was exciting for a time but
blue finally came out ahead. Still, " A
woman convinced against her will &e,"
and the boys are trying to .iccidc whether
to give up the organization or buy each
young lady a hat trimmed in blue.
Tho Elementary German class has to
get up in the morning now. The recita
tion begins at eight and the door is closed
at 8-05. The first morning when the time
to lock the door came, it was found that
Prof, was absent. The class prorccdo ac
cording to regulations locking the door
and appointing a teacher pro tern. Prof,
spoiled the cllect of the whole thing how
ever by not coming and trying to gel in.
He gave a satisfactory exctisc for his ab
sence the next day and has been at no
time lnte since.
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