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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1880)
Tho cadet u.hi) puny may ayain bo
scon trumping over the campus to the
musical oadoneos of yp-ypYp-yp
interspersed with the no less sonorous
1-2 5M, 1-2-H 4. Tho compniiy is i i
a lhjnrishiiir condition, and tho boys
soain lo filter into the ppirit ol soldiery
with nion; zoH than ovor before.
There are several now and valuable
acquisitions 1 1 is torm.
The Aalraloyus Citryocarpus has made
its appearance and the youthful botanist
shoulders his tin wallet and marches Forth
upon the prrirics fort lie purpose of gather
ing an abundant harvest of it for preser
vation. With this poetic ilowor begins
the average students aesthetic culture.
Tho Sophomores Who would regularly
fake Analytical Chemistry this term are
studying the Junior History. They will
lake the Chemistry next year.
Absolutely the finest and most complete
line of gut, silk, and steel violin and
guitar stiing in the city are kept at the
Arlington Drug store.
Miss Lucia A. Kogor again lias charge
of her classes in music. Her absence last
term was a serious inoonvionoo to those
.The marvellous dignity of our most
dignified Senior is astounding. When he
made a dollar boi with a down town sport
that he could out run Biou Arnold on his
byctcle, it did not lower his dignity in
lite least. For when a Senior can wfii
.$1.00 per 100 yards, or a cent per yard, at
running foot races, is not that a proof of
the superior practical value of a Univer
sity education? (Kind reader, don't let
this go any farther; it is a secret.)
The type belonging to this ollice, since
our last issue, has been in rapid oircuhy
lion". When the boys of one faction hid
several cases ol type, one evening, in an
old thseshiug machine in the suburbs
they felt that it was perfectly concealed
from the vulgar gu.e of the opposing
faction. But the next day when they
found that the machine with its precious
contents had been taken five miles into
the country they wished that they had not
hidden it so securely.
Tho following notice recently ap
peared on ono of tho class-room doors
of the university:
" A gentleman having suddenly died
at St. -Petersburg, I h.ivo been sub
poonicd to examine his stomach, it
is suspected that he was poisoned.
Will return next week. Puoi'essok."
Somo young ladies of the city seem
to take a savage delight in shocking
the verdant youths of tho University.
Not long since as ye local was poriun
bulatiu,; the streets he met a young
lady, who, just as he passed, ejacula
ted something which sounded very
much like ' dunder ttud blitzou."
Now, miss, if you could but under
stand what a fearful shook this gave
to our nervous system, wo feel certain
that you Would never be rude to a
stranger again. A word to the wise
Spring is llccting, hot weather is
upon us, and it will soon be fly time.
All tho horrors common to this season
of the year have anchored themselves
among tho students. Just the other
evening a soph exh tod his gallantry
by escorting two young ladies homo
from tho city llhiury. On the iom!
they past-mi an ice-cream saloon. In
tho wolMightml window was dis
played a large placard up n which
was printed in highly colored letteis:
" loc-cream, $. 50 per Gal" Ono of
tho yount' ladies remarked as ho
pointed lo tho phtoard: ' Aren't those
pretty letters ?" The soph replied as
ho hurried his two fair companions
along: "I wonder if tnoy have the
same rates for hoy ?"
lie has black eyes, black hair and a
smooth face, and. in fact, pr.des hiin
mi on being a very nico young man,
but his consistoncv is as faulty as his
conscience Thu other ov. ning lio es
corted a fair one to . This young
man is in tiie habit of lecturing liTs
young lady friends for allowing tlitfir
gentlemen escorts too uianv liberties.
Thio' evening, for reasons be3t known
to himself, ho faihd to practice wiia
he usually preached, and affectionately
took the dimensions of Ins compan
ion's wais' with his right arm that is,
made tho attempt. She objected, both
got angry, and, in consequence, the
rest of tho way was walked in silence.
Young people cannot bo too careful
those inoou-iight nights.
A full corps of olllcers was elected and
work on the paper had been commenced
in earnest and prognostics presaged a
timely issue of the Student. But this was
not to be. A person, or persons, as yet un
known lo the faculty, or students, gained
access to the University sometime during
the night of the 21th. inst.
Ingress was made through one of t':o
windows or basement hear the east en
trence. From facts so far collected, the
plot was a prcconserted one and trusty
hands executed lo tho loiter.
Over 12 thousand ems of brevere type
setup into Abstract, Editorial and local
matter, was removed to some hidden
place. We ate very loth to blame any stu
dent or students with tho perpetration of
this not very commendable act and we
bincuroly hope if such a belief exists It is
unfounded. We shall not express ourselves
fully in regard to this affair but shall a-
wait further developements, hoping that
justice will bo accorded a wronged asso
Miss Ida Cornell 1b tilisont from the University
his term. She contemplates going to Vuatmr
MiBS Katu JmiuH will teach In ltlclmrdhonCoun
ty thlH Hammer.
Mr. J. S. Jlrlilonbniigli keeps up Mh stinllcB at
homo thlH torm. Ho will return next year and flu
IhIi IiIh eourHO,
Mr. Clms. 13. Stratum Iiiih obtained tho position
of principal of tho AbIiIuuiI coliool. HuIiiIcikIh to
keep up hi Htudloe and graduate with Iiin clnnn
Mr. IHon Culver, an old tlmo Htudunt of tho
Unhursity la bnok afiur n two years abeeneo, Ho
has boon "toaohliP skiilo" In tho western part of
Mr. Woodhurst Ik back to school after a five
years abBonco.'SHo acknowledges tho superiority
of tho UnlvorHlty of Nebraska.
Mr. W. O. Jones, furtwo years odltorof tho"Sa
lorn Advertiser" hasjupt matriculated here. Ho
plays tho lead horn In oar new band.
Mr, F. B. Hall Ib going to tho mountains tld
fall f6r his health. (
lion Arnold, a staunch Junior and ono of our
1 best students was compelled to leave us on ac-
' count of ill health. At present ho is recuperating
in Urownvillo, but in Juno will take a trip to Col
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