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THE HESPERIAN STUDE'NT
pulling the post by an immovable rope,
no, no, Hint isn't it cither; If the Uoo ropes
wore pulling together on the men the boat
would exert on the post a a if the time
was immovably boated in the two posts,
the pull" Student expires and they
carry him out to the well known hymn,
commencing, "The spaces vary as the
squares of the times."
We print below the appointments in the
military department for the coming year.
The oflleers of the cadet battalion are ot
a younger ago than usual this year, but
are all well up in the manual and will,
perhaps, make up in zeal what they lack
in experience. Two extra lieutenants
have been commissioned, to act as ndju.
taut and ordinance ofllcer, a departure
from the old roster. The membership of
the two companies is large and it is ex
pected that they will, when completely
uniformed, make a gratifying appearance.
First Lieut Isaac T. Webster, U. S.
Adjutant, 1st. Lieut. II. W. Olmstead.
Oudinance Okkicbk, 1st. Lieut. D. II
Captain, John F. Harris.
1st. Lieut., J. II. Conrad.
2nd. Lieut., E. J. Robinson.
Skhoeants, B. L. Burr, Henry New
man, Chas. T. Fairfield, D. L. Clark, J. V.
Cohpouals, E. F. Peck, F. J. Benedict,
W. C. Knight, Geo. A. Ilawley.
Captain, T. P. Livingstone.
1st. Lieut. G. D. Fairfield.
2nd. Lieut., A. A. Monro.
Seuqeants, J. n. Holmes, C. II. Bar
nard, J. II. Easterday, F. B. Harris, F. E
Smith. Cohpouals, B. F. Marshall, Jas. M.
Hastings, W. A. Tris, G. II. Rogers.
Sergeant, D. L. Clark ; Corporals, F. J.
Benedict, Wm. A. Tris, Jus M. Hastings.
Professor Woodburry took a trip to
Lendville, was sick but recuperated in
Boston, last summer. Prof. McMillen
and family visited in Rochester, N. Y.
Prof. Aughey cracked rocks near Denver
and is still missing. Prot. Emerson and
family spent the summer in Omaha
Chancellor Fairfield traveled oyer Ohio
and Michigan. Prof. Hitchcock was a
his old place of residence Gnlushur;.
Lieut. Wobsler skimmed along the shore
of Ihe Atlantic. Professors Church, How
aid, Litlle, Collin, Ciilbovtson, and Miss
Smith alone remained at the seat of war.
Up tho pnrmlo and back again,
A very line looking body of inon.
And Captain Harris
Could march tho Cadets from hore to Paris
Vho Tower Door.
FrcshloB exploring ovorywhoro,
And Juniors seeking puror nlr,
And Sophs who would " astronotnlzo,"
And Seniors, too, with mild surprise,
When first they found tho tower door nailed
Sworo It a shame, but always failed,
Dosplto blank keys and awful swears,
To find an outlot up those stairs.
Now, as a brook whoso ".ourso Is turned,
These youths but other haunts have learned.
The Froshman seeks tho dowy campus,
(Though .Juniors know It Is as damp as
Our Chapel prayors), still sometimes thoy,
Attracted by tho -moonlight, stray
Along Its paths, if fair our guess Is,
In company with Juniorossos.
The Senior, waltlnK-untll Friday,
Kscorts his duke to society,
And after, with her approbation,
Explains tho rules of osculation.
Hut Sophos, wisest of them all,
Finds some dark window In tho hall,
And seated by tho bell-rope, late,
Enjoys hlB happy tete-a-tete.
D. L. Clark is employed in the telephone
Miss O'Pelt is in Noble's Photographic
Will Gregg is in hardware house, at St
Prof. Collin has brought his family to
Lincoln from Iowa.
0. V. Cole is City editor of the Lincoln
MissLillian White will not be in school
John Silvernail, 81, is a trusted Union
Pacific civil engineer.
Lawrence Fossler '81, is studying m the
south of Germany.
Miss Lena Marshall summered at Twin
Miss CIcve Lamb had her vacation visit
in Boston and the east.
Fred Stadlemaii is at Fairbuult, Minn,
in ShaUiH'k academy.
Miss Luna Dundy visited Lake Minne
tonka one month of the summer.
Charley lluthuway is, wo are pained to
say, still very ill at home.
Bradley L. Burr, '8!), was wit!' a B. & M.
surveying party during tho summer.
Lawrence Bruncr is in tho omploy of
the Smithsonian, at a handsome salary.
Mips Belle Kimball was nearly all aiuu-
mer at a resort near Now Bedford, Msas.
Miss Luln Edwards has Soft for Call for-
nla, where hor parents will in the future
Misses Flora Frost, Ada Huff, Kate
Jones, and Maude Million are once more
Miss Mary Fairfield is once again in
blooming health, after a complicated aud
Professor B. B. Davis has been assigned
the Physical Geography: it's the biggest
book in school.
Sherman Canfleld is running an eating
house out on the U. P. road. Sherm
knows all about eating houses.
Miss Ella Chase spent the summmcr
delightfully, visiting in Vermont, New
York, and the seaside.
Prof. Emerson has rented his cottage
and taken rooms preparatory to solitary
existancc tho coming winter.
Miss Richardson's class In painting aud
drawing are larger than ever this year
Her studio is quite an art gallery.
J. C. F. McKesson has sold his Daily
Times, and sought once more the classic
shades. He expects to graduate next
John Ilartman, '88, is topographer in a
U. P. surveying party at the upper waters
of the Missouri. He will be there all
A. J. Calvert was an extensive trav.
oiler in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, and
tho southern states. He's in school now,
Prof. Culbertson was on a stock com
mittee at tho State Fair and then went
down to Kansas for a week. Prof. Thomp
son heard his classes.
Clark and Marsh kept a refreshment
stand at the G. A. R. reunion and just,
swept in the nickles- Thoy carry bank
books now aud draw their checks on the
Mrs. Harrington Emerson will soon
leave with hor son for several months
stay in Munich, Bavaiia, where Prof
Emerson's father resides. She will be
accompanied by her brolher-in-law.
Miss Maude Mullon has been elected
Vice-President of of tho Palladian society
to fill the vacancy caused by the death o
Miss Nellie Woat Tho president aud
vice-president will alternato admirably.
Then! are 00 students in the college
proper this semester, of which there are
f Seniors, 10 Juniors, 18 Sophomores, 10
Freshmen, and t7 Special, This is a
largo increase on any previous year.
Here's an itom. Of tho college stii
donts Prof. Howard has 39 in his classes,
Hitchcock has 32, Emerson and Aughey
20 each, Woodbcrry 27, Collin 27," the
Chancellor 20, Church and McMillan
each 10. This seems to show that hisV.-y,
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