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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1883)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
" Duke ett desdpereln loco." Uorac Book IV., Ode XII.
"Who stole the pulpit?
Tlio big one is there yet.
Glad to see you buck again.
Did you pass' No, I made it clubs.
Latest style in hats nt T. Ewing & Co's.
Get ii pair of eye glasses. 'Tis nil the rnge.
S. Glen Talbot will be out of school this term.
"You had better join our society, it is the best.1'
Elegant Patterns in NecUwear at T. Ewing & Co's.
Wheeler Bros, spent vacation nt their home in Plattss
Look out for the Spring Cadets. A new batch is ex
pected. Special bargains for students at T. Ewing & Co's Em
porium. Mr. Gay hns been suddenly called home by the sickness
of a frii'iul.
The societies hold a joint reception in their Halls Fr..
Buy your Boots and Shoes of 0. W. Webster, O St.
Acndamy of Music.
Best s'yl , best goods, at lowest prices at T. Ewing &
Co's Clothing House.
Call and see the new spring suits at T. Ewing Ss Co's
Thu post ofllce is draped in mourning over the dcatii of
post master general Howe.
The best judges of artistic work go to Kelley & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 O street.
Heucelorth, the faculty have decided to have the
building closed at 0 o'clock.
We understand Unit Prof. Grulic intends to commence
a class in Spanish next term.
"What keeps the Student ofllce so cosy and comfortable
tills bleak weather? The Devil.
Myron Wheeler has left our unlvarslly, and will lake a
course in short hand at Iowa City.
All the newest styh-s and patterns of clothing and gent's
furnishing good3 at T. Ewing & Co's.
After examination. First Student How are you today?
Second Student In line, conilioucd.
Students, it will pay you to get your Photos mnde at
Kelley & Co's. University panels gratis.
"I would much rather teach twenty how to cheat than
to be one of the twenty to do the cheating."
W. C. Knight, our business man, spent the vacation
with his cousins, uncles and aunts in Blue Springs.
All the latest novelties in hosiery, collars, cuffs and
gent's furnishing goods at T. Ewings & Co's Empo-iuin
Ah the Chancellor was reading from the scriptures for
chapel one morning last week, there was an unusual sol.
emnity hung over the students when the following very
painful passage was uttered : " And it shall come to pass
that many a young muu shall fail."
Ask Lowis to tell you his electric story. Vou will bo
shocked no doubt ns badly as was the poor Prep of whom
The medical faculty has just received n combination
case of bicyclo nnd short hand fever. It is roporled to
be a hopeless case.
The Sophomore clas have determined to organize nnd
ndopt a clnss badge, motto, etc., just a? did their younger
rclntives the Freshies.
Our sophomore " local " hns been carrying n black eye.
He tells us nil about how it came, and of course we be
lieve the whole story.
On seeing n denlists's sign "Teeth inserted in cellu
loid," a frcshic mnde the (remark "now can one chow
with his teeth in celluloid."
Our old schoolsmntc Frank Benedict with his wife has
come to Lincoln from St. Louis where he has been study,
ing music for the past eight months.
We heard it whispered tli.it a certain Prep ntc a rotten
through mistake, and was so disabled from the familiar
etl'ecls that he was compelled to miss all his examinations.
Student: Prof, that is correct is it not?
Pro!. liiuht? No, sir. Dont you sec you have u ra
tional quantity equalling a surd? That is perfectly (ab)
suid. George McClcau, our George, sends in a largo dollar
and orders the Siudriit for another year. Ho says that he
is no " snide," and wants the Student in his family right
"What a disconsolate set those Students arc who stay in
Lincoln during vacation. We looked in the glass tho
other day and the scowl on our, phiz actually ruined n fino
Just before examination. Landlady "Mr. you seem
to be very hungry this morning." Mr. "No I am not
parliculatiy hungry, but you sec I have to cram for exam
ination. The Editorial corps of UicStudkn't have decided not to
give the Freshman Class meetings any more free adver
tising. If they want a puff let them pay for it like every
Vacations are the times when the heart of yo Local Is
sad. All the other Editors decamp and leave him to
grind out his quota from tho fntliomleis depths of his
Don Clark stepped down to St. Louis, vacation. We
did not learn just the exact nature of the business coll
ing him away down there, but surmise that it was of vast
Marshall AfSront's Optic has at last made its appear
mice. Il is tho most telescopic Optic we ever saw, and
things must be down in aveiysmall corner that it'ean
One of our Oomps coming home from seeing his best
girl one night unexpectedly met an open door race to
edge. He has since inaugurated the style of blue glasses.
Is this not enough to apPaul any one.
A continued story is being published in tho Optic, en,
titled, Lovo at the Capital. Mr. Editor, is soon as you
have concluded this eventful story, could you not write a
cai aoiuy one, cimueu university Flirtation?
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