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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1883)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
initli. Tlio (luctrir.o which to Shrkcspoaro was (lis
tniit vague, iinutU'i'iiblo is hero presented with u dra-
math: vividness to the renders mind. Materialism with
Its heaver sciences and other ndjuncls is a hollow fantasm
a Homing llhn On Iho gi'cat ocean of truth. The uni
verse itself is lint a vesture of the nnknowahlc, eternal
He has hcaid the song of the Earth Spirit in Gootho's
"Than nt tho roaring loom of Timo I ply
Ami wonvo tor Ootl tlio gnnucnt thou tlocgt boo lilm by.
Action is to liliu the magic wand that unfolds tho mys
teries of holng. "Work is worship; and tho temple oflahor
is this world of ours with its dome reaching to tho heaven of
heavens. What he says ufhis fictitious "professor" iscspccl.
ally applicable to himself. "His attitude is that ofa man
who said to Cant, 'Begone; and to Truth, 'Bo thou in
place of all tome.' A man who had manfully dolled the
Time's Piinco as devil to his face; nay, perhaps Ilannl.
bal.HUe was mysteiiously consecrated firm birth to that
warfare, and now stood minded to wage the same by all
weapons, In all places, at all thnes. In such a cause any
soldier, were he but Polack Scytbcman shall bo
The school gills laugh, ho ho he.
Latest stales in hats at T. Ewing & Go's.
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewing & Co's.
Celluloid collars and culls ntT. Ewing & Co's.
Special bargains for students at T. Ewing & Co.
Elegant Patterns in Neckwear at T. Ewing & Co's.
See the advertisement of St. Claire Hall, on 1st. page.
Hens will go bare-foot no matter how much you
Buy your boots and shoes of O. W. Webster, O st Acad
emv of Music.
Large assortment of collais, cuffs and neckwear at T.
Tho Faculty has prohibited the windingof 'Waterburys'
Aie the Pi ops in the Hesperian Association or not?
Answer in our ne.t.
Bos now is tho time to lay in your coal and kindling
wood for the winter.
Call and see the new fall suits at T. Ewing & Co's
The best judges of artistic work go to Kelley & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 O st.
Best style, best goods, at lowest prices at T. Ewing &
Co's Clothing Emporium.
Over U0 btudenls alteiided the opening lecture of the
Medical College on the 2nd.
All the newest styles and patterns of clothing and gent's
furnishing goods at T. Ewing & Co's.
Many thanks to Mis. Anna Stephens for the abundant
supply of wedding cake. Hks. Comps.
In (ne of our societies wo were informed, greatly to
our sin prised tlmt kihis people were a free-loving race.
We have heard of but one Oneida Community,
There is a saying abroad in tlio school that one can
recognize a book-agent by the curl of his moustascho.
It may not be gonorally known, but It is nevertheless
into, that the Juniors arc intending to orgnnizo this
Bomouibor Studonts you can get flue work, and better
inducements, In the "Fotograf" lino, at Kolloy & Co.
Boom to rent, with use of Piano. Good chance for a
couple wishing to study music. ' Boarding if desired.
Apply at linn R. St.
The Juniors have organized 1 Only think of it and wcap.
For further particulars enquire of Miss Sopha Meyers tho
honorablo president of the body.
Alvin White, who took the degree of A. B. last yei r
is taking a courso or mathematics, and intends to com--plete
tho Engineering by next Spring.
Students it will pay you to examine tlio pictures mado
by Ko!ley& Co. before sitting clsewarc. Have you seen
that daisy University Panel they give gratis?
Geom. class; brilliant Freshman: "Now the area of
the insciibed circle is equivalent to the area of the 'out
scribed'" and ho wonders what the class is laughing
Students, if you have no college enthusiasm loft after
society, class organizations, debating clubs and chapel
worship, yet for tho looks of the thing subscribe for tho
The now crop of moustaches of this term is so infini
tesimal that the whole school are beginning to wear eye
glasses. It is hard on the eyes to look at such small
articles of apparel.
All are invited to the noonday prayer meetings of tho
Y. M. C. A. in the chapel, from 12. to 12.15. These
meetings are very interesting and all will be cordially
welcomed. Meeting in number 5 every Wednesday even--ing,
A prominant couple in the city celebrated the 20th
anniversary of their married state with a china wedding
and our unsophisticated Soph, onquires whether he
married an American and if it is the lirst Chinese wed
ding Lincoln oversaw.
For sale: A new guitar, warranted sound in wind and
limb. Will play anything from "Pcuk-abno" to "Mont
rose" and never needs winding up. Burns either wood
or coal. Satisfactory reasons for selling: tho owner is
"busied." Addreba this olllce.
The Hanncmannian Medical Society meets every
Wednesday and Saturday in their 'room. The olllccrs
for this term are as follows: Pros. D. B. Buckuer; Vice
Pros; D. 11 Bell; Sec. W. I. Bush; assistant Sec".
E- llugg. About 40 medical students aie now registered
and has the appearance of becoming a grand success.
At a called meeting on October. 2nd a Base Ball
association organized with eighteen charter members.
On the -1th they met, adopted costitulion and by-laws and
elected tho following olllccrs for the ensuing year: Pros.
W. C. Knight; Vice Pies. M. U. Thomas; Sec. W. E.
Cunningham; Treas. P. F. Clark. Their number has
since increased to twcutj-llvo. Soon they will select
nines aud prepare to do good playing,
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