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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1883)
THE HESPERIAN STUJDENT.
Ico hnrvcsl Is rlpo.
Text books of nil kinds nt Fnwell's.
Lnrco slock of fine stationery nt Fnwell's lltli, St.
The Lincoln Hews Is hiring "agricultural" printers now.
Ask Paul Clark about his locking himself up in his
N. Z. Snell, '8U, is n chrysalis lawyer nt the office of H.
No sknting, and accordingly the professors report bol
Buy yout Boots and Shoes or O. V. Webster, O at.
Acadnmy of Music.
The convening of the legislature affords n rich feast for
the hungry journalists.
The best judges of artistic work go to Kcllcy cfi Co for
Photos. No. 1020 0 street.
We arc glad to welcome back to our university halls
our old friend. A. B. Christian.
The livery man says that the "cutter" is the best razor
to shave the unsophisticated youth.
They say that the Sophs have adopted the following
motto: "Dulcc cstdesipcro in anno."
Students, it will pay you to get your Photo3 made at
Kcllcy & Co'r. University pauel gratis.
Among those who have returned to the University this
term wc nrc pleased, to see Miss Rheta Child.
"I cau't get a 'sine' of n taugency to thnt stove," ns a
trig, classician said the other day in chapel.
"This Is an 'igncm'inious death," as the Prop, said
when his favorate bulldog was struck by lightning.
It would be n treat to Oscar Wilde, or any other artist,
to see our office stove. It is a beauty ; call and sec it.
It is our happy privilege to aunounce to her many
student friends that Miss Cora Humphrey is uow conva
lescent. "I wish I knew something new," said a Soph. A learn
ed Fresh, corrected him by sayiug, "You meau somethlug
We were much surprised the other day to learn fioni
'professional" authority that Germans habitually do not
wash their faces.
The addition to the library of two hundred volumes of
the Seaside Scries fills up our library pretty well with
standard modern works.
Our old business manager, B. F. Marshall, has return
ed from Illinois and has been kept busy as a town pump
shaking hands ever since.
The ague has fled for warmer climes, and no more
does cither shaking Junior or quivering Freshman have
good excuses for absence.
Professor "This is a difficult passage and I will give,
each a chance to distinguish himself." All flunk. Pro
fetsor "Extinquisb, I should have said."
The German students make bad word in mixing their
German and English. One student said that he slapped
m"".tU"-Ino "'"1 "-dimit" he struck back.
George Hitchcock ('83) Is at present travollng for tho
State Journal Company.
Don Clark ('84) has a "phnt take" over at tho Capitol.
He has charge of the senate committee rooms, and flnds
time to keep up to his classes.
Charter Day, Feb. 15th, is tho next university holiday.
Preparations are already being made to observe the oc
casion in a fitting manner.
Those who wish to dccullcliso their hands, break their
heads and limbs, and hhek their eyes in the Athletic as
sociation for the coming term had bettor pay up.
The Soph class have found out that school comes from
the Greek schole, meaning leisure, and solemnly swear that
they will conform to the original meaning hereafter.
What a blessing to the small boy is the merciful driver
who haves his whip at homo? We. counted no less than
fifteen boys hanging on one whipless sleigh, a short time
There seems to b-j an attempt among native forces this
season to rival old fashioned eastern winters. Snowuc
cceds snow as swiftly as s'udents wilt nway after a Dutch
The library has a valuable acquisition in the History of
Nebraska, a ponderous tome ot over 1500 pages. It will
amply repay all students to peruse it aud learn something
about our beautiful stiuc.
"Let us organize n frnlernlly," is the cry of quite a
number of our students. On January 11th an attempt at
something of the sort was made. The lines will uow be
drawn at frat. and anti frat
W.icncver you see a student buttonholing his fellow
students and talking very confidently you may safclj
count on his cither trying to borrow a "pony" or else he
is a society treasurer trying to collect his dues.
The people in Liucolu are not very well informed con
cerning "London Seasons," but a lew of those who had
the pleasure of hearing Mr. Armstrong's lecture, Saturday
night, were of the opinion that they are unquestionably
long and dry.
A few of the more tender and inn cent engaged in
snow-balling a short time ago received a few liners that
excited their tear glands to action. They soon found out
that it snow ba(v)ll!ng that will arouse sympathy in
hludtnis engaged in this sort of sport.
His pleasing to sec the friendly relations which exist
between professor and stuJent at tne present time. It
must have been gratifying to all to hear the applause
received by one of the profs, the other dny when he ad
vised the use of ponies, bicyecs, etc.
"Give an American girl an inch of sunlight, and she
will take care of herself; give her an ounce of moonlight
and she will call her lover." Yes, and we might add,
some of the more economical can get along very well
without any light rather prefer none.
A great many of the progresive students linger daily in
the ligislative halls. It is all right that they should do
this, aud no one should interpose an objection, since they
are treasuring up gems of useful knowledge which will bo
of almost inestimable value when they arc called upon,
as some will doubtless soon be, to aid in the affairs of
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