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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1879)
Don't try to take u sleigh ride. lis
snow usu; there is nothing but mud.
The Junior Ohm Exhibition will take
pluce March 20th. They have not yet do.
cided at what place.
Students having dull razors would do
well to note E. G. Mason's advertisement
which appears in our columns.
Boys, IT you will carry young ladies'
pictures, don't put your name on them,
then if you loselhem its all right.
"Have a biscuit V" A.(just beginning,
German) "JVflt'n." Great consternation
among the hungry non-Germans.
0. E. Magoon has been quite sick with
the Lung Fever. What hurts him is that'
he can't bo present at the investigation.
It is said Unit a burglar meditating the
robbery of a jewelry store was the au
thor of "Watch shall the Harvest be."
The Union now lines late members
that is the boys. The Janitor has been in
structed! to open the halls at sundown.
Several students were called upon to act
as pall bearers the other duy. They wore
removing the skeleton from Prof Palmer's
room lo Its proper place.
It caused some astonishment in the
class the other day, when the Prof,
for the purpose of illustration, promptly
drew a bottle from his desk. This wont
When you sec a youth anxiously scan,
ning the constitution of the Lecture Assoc
iation, you mny know he Is looking for a
girl who is a member, and consequently
has a ticket.
The Lecturo Association has a memocr
ship of ninety seven. Four lectures have
already been given under its auspices
three by Prof. Collier and one by Oban-
cellor Falrileld. The lectures wore a sue
cess in all respects though not immense
ly so in a financial view on account of
the great number of complimcutarics
The expression "As prone as arc' the
sparks to lly upward" it. said to bo void
of point if there is a bald headed party
below on which they could light by go
The chapol has been supplied with
new singing books. The younger portion
of the students are happv. It was so in
convenient to shy a book at the head of a
follow and have it go to pieces before it
reached him. These have no such limit.
Mr. Easterday complains that an indi
vidual goes round in the evening calling
his name in loud tones. Mr. E. is a mod.
est young man and docs not like to have
his name thus paraded before the public.
" Want any yeast tor day V"
"I always spend more money than I
Intended to when I came in, the prices
are so low!" is the remark made by many
ladies in the Little Store on 11th Street,
and it is the low prices on Corsets Knell
ing, Buttons, &c that take so well.
Four Juniors wore recently suspended.
Now please don't infer from this that
these young men had boon doing anything
wrong. Thoy were merely hanging on to
a hand spike trying to p.irtProf. Collier's
two lead discs.
It caused a broad smile to illumine the
countenances of the students as, a few
days after tho investigation began, the
song was announced in chapel with the
title "The half has not been told."
A S.ipb was telling a story of a convor
satlon he had with Senator Howe on an
important subject when a Prep sat down
on him by tolling that ho hoard the con
versation and that it amounted to this:
Senator, " Hello bub, go and get mo a
glass of water "
While two of the boys were carrying to
the Opera House some Alcohol and wa
ter to bo used in Prof Collier's lecture, it
required their utmost endeavors to pre
vent u third party from absorbing it on
the plea that it was intended for (ill-a-soph-teal
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