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ffj io THE HESPERIAN STUDENT, j
BP Jgxrhangc Qriv-n-bntc,
Wittenberg Is to Imvo n now college building.
Woiuloll Phillips, tho "silver-tongued orator," has given
There isn't very much to rend lu the IfilUdale Jferald
quite enough of the kind however.
The first number of the Spectator has ronohcil our tnblo
and we find It one of the sprlghlliosl of our exchanges.
"We arc going tn the top," snys the Philonophiun lie'
viae. Hcltorg' to the north pole, It won't take you so
For the first time in the history of the state of Huode
Island a woman hns been chosen superintendent of
The EightH'fire of HeikMry College believes that the
'University as n unixersitj" hns degenerated in the last
More young women than ever will enter the Harvard
Annex this year. How long before the University will
open Its front doors to them?
The Y. M. C A. Association ot the University of Mich,
igan havo enrolled twenty now uiaiiihurs this full. The
have started a Froshmnn prayer mooting.
The NorUamt UUtouri School Jonrnal is published at
tho Normal and llusiuess Institute" at Stunbcrry. The
Journal is full of good rending of all sorts.
The faculty might llnd ninny n woll meant and valuu
blc suggestion in the college papers if thuy would only
inke the trouble to look, snys Hie Yale llecortl.
The Xetcs Litter snys it Is really surprising to see how
few young Indies resort to the ronding room for the pur
pose ol rending Wo tnut that the Letttr means to criii.
liFe only the young Indies of Iowtt College.
'ruV jr (explaining influence of diffcicnt densities of
nu on sound): "If now, from hero we should henr the
Mcnmhoni whistle down in the harbor, what should we
infer Bright Junior: "Steamboat coming In."
The exchange column of the OolUge Index is not at nil
prolix. In fact the exchange man snys ho has only re
ceived thu exchanges and has not the lime to make any
comments on them, in other respects the Index is n very
The great observatory built and equipped by ox.Gov.
Wa&burne, us a gift to Madison (Wis.) University will bo
ready for presentation ami use as soon ns tho imported
mcri dinn circle, which cost $4,200 and which has Just
arrived can be tested.
Hnrvnrd has the largest college library ir. the Unitod
States. It contains 185,000 volumes. Ynle has 90,000;
Dartmouth, (JO.000; Brown, 52,000; Princeton, 49,000;
Cornell, 40 000; Wesloyan, 31,000; Unlvorslly of Mich
'gan, 20,000; Tufts, 25,000; Williams, 19,000; Oickonson
The Doane Owl appears in a vory neat form. The
Alumni have not forgotten their collogo papor onlirely, it
seems, nnU we notice intorosling articles from two of tho
class of '82. Wo trust that the Old, as our noatoit nolgh
bor, may become tho ideal collogo paper that lis editors
wish it to be.
Funny things aro not froqueni nt Notro Dnmo we take It,
hill once in a while the SehoUutic perpetrate an astound'
Ingjoke. "Our friend John got up early otto morning
Inst week. Ho said ho wanted to sec tho comet, but he
couldn't como-it." We hope the SeJiolattic will gel this
Tho November number of io OolUge Student Is "away,
up." It sontains n lengthy article on "The Transit of
Venus," by Prolcssor Korshncr. There is no end lo poe
try. Tho editorials are woll written, iiud on topics of In.
torost. Tho Franklin and Marsh-ill students may be
protid of their paper.
For some reason the first number of thu Acadia Athen
a turn is Into in reaching' our table. Of course wo are glad,
to see tho Athenaeum, but in No. 1 thoio iscorlnlnly ..oil;
tug having the hmst i nl crust to us not connected with the
university it represents. Wo hope soon to see somothlng
in this pnper which wo will want to clip.
"What would you do if you wore me. nn I wore you!'
tenderly inquired a 3011113 swell of his lady friend, us ho
escorted hor home from church. ''Well," said sho,"if I
wcro you, I would throw nwny that vile oignrette, cut up
my cane for lire wood, wear my watch and chain under,
noath my coat, and slny at home nights to prny for
Wo havo received tho November number of the Ne
braska Congrtigutional Neics, edited nt Milford. This pa.
per is just what it pretends to be, and is full of items of
'merest concerning all the Congregational societies in
Nebraska. Tho News says it will he glad to exchange
with other church paper. Wo welcome it to our table.
The Polk County Farmers Adriatic Is not 'i collogo pa
per, as cue may infer from its name, hut It is a live paper
just the same, and wo are glad to llnd it among our ox
changes. The papor is evidently liked by the business
men of Polk county, judging from the spaco dovotod lo
advertising. Tho new editor, I. I). Clinlmborhiln, prom,
ises his (assistance In political reform, and Is against mon
opoly rub- Wc hope that tho Advocate will go on and
A wnr which promises to boas bitter and ns blood,
lea as the "Frnt.niid uutl.frut." contention, has brukonout
In the Wiconin Stale University between tho Badger
and Prut. In the number of November 9th tho Badger
c amea la the lionl with An article cororiug n page uud a
half give n synopsis or iho advertisement in tho Prets with
here nud there n commonl not intended, wo suppose, to
bo complimentary to its lilornry antagonist, tho aforo men
tioned 'am. We hope tho cds. of the Badger havo uot
found it necessary to fill up their pnper with this sort of
rending mnttor because of a lack of something better.
Tub Student does not protend to sny who is wrong or
that anything is right in this Utile trouble, and only hopes
that the matter may soon be amicably arranged, nud
would rospcotfully call attention of those contiguout cm
tendaiUa to that little proverb in which occur the lines,
'When children or a family fall out and chide and fight."'
FOX & STRUVK,
BOOKS & STATIONERY
102(1 O ST II K -.I.
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