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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1882)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
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Twr days viieilion.
Ico enough lo skate upon.
Buhscribo for llio Stodent.
Largo slock ol fine stutlonnry at Fawell's.
The Bund appears to bu resting. No b(ol)lowlng.
Strong facts. Sulphurated Hydrogen nnd Asofoo'Ida.
"Ich 'mus' e.&on" asllie Chinaman said at u German
Every student, successful in borrowing it dollnr, patron
Buy your Hoots and Shoes of 0. V. Webster, 0 hI
Acadamy of Music.
During Prof. Thompson's absence, Mr. Polk had charge
of the class in Hygiene.
Junior; "Prof, how is my class getting on?" Prof:
"Bully, poetically speaking."
"0 that just predominates." This is the latest favorite
slang phrase among the co-eds.
A. F. Locmis wields iho birch (his fall and winter
He will be with us again in the spring.
The first year German class is processing rapidly. The'
have already begun reading Ihe classics.
One of our Profs', calls a conditioned class he is teaching
the "poor bicks." Highly complimentary.
This is "summery" treatment as the man said who had
to beat carpet with Ihe thermometer at f)0.
What is the difference between n bank safe and u thiei
withlheagueV One is chilled it on, Ihe other chilled
S. W. Auten one ol the college farm boys has accepted
a position ns teacher at Greenwood, Neb. Ho will return
in the spring.
Miss. Narcissa Snell, an old time co-ed is visiting iho
"University. She came down to help the Union societ in
their oyster supper.
O Charley wharo are going? 0 down to D. & C. L.
Bauins lo buy oue of those beautiful pearl handled knives
they just received.
The University was favored by n visit from N. Z. Snell
of '82. Ho was one of the many who camo down to the
Union oyster supper.
Ono of the students displayed an alarming knowledge
ofca.idsin one of his classes the other day. How many
demerits will be get?
The world was croutcd from nothing. Out of i, small
piece of this nothing man was made. How amazingly
well some preserve their origin.
Students have you seen those artistic, University Pan.
ele, made by Kelley & Co? Eyory student ordering Pho
tos get one Cabinet Panel gratis.
The now stovo in the chapel, notwithstanding it lessons
the room by several square feet, is n noteworthy improve,
inont nnd supplies a long felt dcflclencj'.
The rovival spirit lias struck tho town. The Methodist
and Baptist churches are both holding meetings. It
would not bo n bad idea for quito a number If our stu
dents lo attond these meetings.
It will pay every student lo got Kelley & Go's, pricoi
and special Inlucemonls on Photographs
Scene: Band playing in Oliiincollr.rj Olllce. New stu
dent lo Soph. "What Is that noise?" Soph. "That, why,
that is one of last year's Faculty meetings."
Soph:-"My razor is so dull that I ean'l nluivo with It."
Junior:-"Go lo D. & 0. L. Buum's and purchase one of
those celebrated hollow ground silver sleel razors.
"If I had a fine apple orchard and wauled lo giiiud
against having tho apples eaten, I certainly would not
leave it in charge of a couple of Ihieves." Iiiffcvsoll.
Tho Library is a place for reading and study. There
arc a fe v students in the University who regard it as a sort
of reception room, a place for general chat and merriment
The Cadets are about to go into winter quarters in tho
basement. The Commandcnt intends to have a Moor put
in and endeavor to make things comfortable for tho boys".
As Thursday was Thanksgiving, the societies had no
session on Friday hist. On account of which many a
bold Cadet and many aeo ed made faces at their Grand
motlur. Ingcrsoll is a man of great ability; excelled ouly by
few in eloquence, but one having once heard him lecturo
is lead lo believe that Bob is n little slinky on some Or.
The Gorinan.English puns shot oil' by the flrslyoar Ger.
mans are the most heai trending yet pioduced. Oue bold
cadet thus addressed his Fraulein: "Kami Ich, diner dir
The scries of meetings recently held through the united
efforts of the Y. M. C A. associations viz. of tho city, and
Uriversity were largely attended and much interest was
manifested in tho work.
Ague seems to have laid his heavy hand on several of
our students. They should bear it patiently for Horace
Bays; "Pallida 'chills' aequo pulsat podo tnberuas pauper,
tas regumque tunes."
Apropos of Auroras is the story of tho boy who had for
gotten what an Aurora was. "How unfortunate" said the
Prof, "that tho first ono who ever found out what it was
should have forgotten it."
Many of our student arc leaving school to teach for tho
winter. ' While it is to be regretted that they aro away
from tho class room, yot it is n good idea for our students
lo have a little of this experience.
If any one wants to test the purity of his English let
him get all tho skin barked off from his hands with tho
foils down in tho Gym. His well of English quite defiled
Will astonish the natives so to speak.
We fear the average student is not very well posted in
biblical knowledge. In conversation with one tho other
day he said : "Why yes, you know iho bible says 'a bird
in tho hand is worth two in the bush."
The night of the 17Ui was remarkable for the beauty of
of the Aurora whieli spread its light over fully ono half
of tho sky. The waves of light following ono another to
the zenith filled the mind with wonder.
This year tho Faculty have given tho students somes
thing to be thankful for In tho shape of two days for
Thanksgiving. After tho hard work of the term tho stu.
dents are very grateful for this act of klndncsp.
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