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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1884)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
As many of the ciuiuls us lmvu limo should study the
tactics. It will save much iroublo which may result
from your Ignorance of that study.
Conditioned t 01 that Joylut Bound
It thrills In students' oars
Llko music oftho ephoros profound,
It qutets all their foars.
01 could tho Prof, but dimly guess,
Whatplcasuro it affords,
Thoy'p ynss tho students nono tho loss,
Nvr swenp 'cmoflftho board.
Tho lovoly snow now fnlloth
Upon our suffering earth ,
Tho livery bill now hauicth
Out monoy from Its berth,
The remaining verses vro burled with the author.
01 studont dear.
Wo cadly fear.
That youv'o almost forgot
To glvo your "sub,"
Unto tho "scrub."
Who needs a mighty lot.
If you don't pay
I fear ho may
Commit baso suicide.
Then you will know
With awfui woe,
For yon tgo bus. man, died.
Tho wiuter term's meeting of the Rogcnts was produc.
ivo of more results than usual, Prof. I. J. Manuctt of
Marsctta, Ohio was elected Chancellor aud takes Imme
diate charge of the school. We arc all pleased that tho
Regents have a mann-att last. Charges also were
Draught against Prof. Thompson, but after several dayB
exciting examination in which the students had an op
portunity to speak for themselves. The charges were
declared not sustained. Tho school can also consider
herself foatunate that students' petitions have at last
gone tho way of all flesh and a few students on account
of some little spite canuot effect tho discharge of a
professor at will.
Miss Josie Chcpman, '83, Is in Denver.
Many thanks to Bisbee for a bountiful supply of hot
Mrs. A. V. Field '83, nee May B. Fairfield is again in
Miss Edna Applcgt has been visiting tho University
during the week.
E E. Munger has accepted tho position as "devil."
We hope for him.
Wo acknowledge the call of F. H. Myers and Wayland
Arnold during tho holidays.
F. E. Smith of '84, has returned after a year's absence
and will now graduate with '85.
F. E. Shcpheard Is back to his former haunts. He
tills well the gap he left wiicn he departed.
H. T. Conley '80 has departed school for a year. He may
be assured of a welcome whenever he relumes.
Isaac Dichl of '80, made us call the other day. He
has charge of the Plattsmouth telcphono excha &
S. W. Autco, one oftho civil engineering class has con.
eluded that tho University is the place for loarning.
W. T. Miuick, '80, of Weston spout the holidays visiting
Miss Allco Tultlo has boon spondlng tho vacation In
tho Weston country.
R. L. Marsh, '84, occupied tho pulpit of tht M. X
church last Sunday evening.
B. B. Davis, '82, lias about completed hie medical
course at Minneapolis, Minn.
Wo aro happy to nolo that very few last term students
arc missing and that a goodly nurador of now ones arc
IIowo, who has been absent for twojycars is again with
us and will coutinuo his studies in the Civil Engineering
N. Z. Suell of '82, who is studying law with a promi
nant law firm of this city, spent his holidays at his home
W. H. Llchty went to Chicago before Christmas and
has not returned. Listen boys when ho returns, you
may learn something.
A. P. Fair an old student has charge of tho telphone
exchango ih our city. University students are almost
monopolizin this branch of trade.
G. G. Hitchcock '83, of Minneapolis has been spend
ing the holidays in Lincoln and called upon us during
his stay. We hope our coziucss sufficiently imprcsjed
E. H. Eddy has been quite sick during tho vacation
but we aro glad that we are able to record that ho is re
covering and will bo able to continue his studies this
We arc pleased to say that one of oui alumni
pays his subscription without dunning. E. P. Unaugst
of '82, always sends his dollar at the beginning of tho
year. Ed now occupies a very paying position at Hills
A. G. Warner was visiting J. N. Dryden at Coatral
City during the holidays. A. G. eays that John has a
fine position lu the bank; that he has bought a neat
little cottage and that he will not graduate. Wonder if
he intends to batch?
Our literary editor is daugerously sick with tho mea.
les, and from the latest that we hear lie will not be ablo to
return this term. We hope that the report is not true
and that he, with all his dignity will soon fill his old and
As our state grows older wo commenco to see tho boys
who lived in tho dug outs and sod house, and who fed on
corn cake and burnt sorgum arising to high positions.
Among those who have outstripped tho average youth in
any particular branch we believe C.E. Moss of Pawnte
City cxcells all. He had a natural talent for ait, and ows
ing to the wonderful skill displayed with his lcadpencil
he was scut to the best schools of art. Now after spend
ing five years under Bonnat at Paris, he has been elected
Chief oftho Art School at Ottawa, Canada. Surely If
tho Canadians can condescend to allow ono of Nebraka's
boys to teach and govern a department of theirs, we
as citlzenBof this state should feel proud of him, and too
dcr to him ourkindest wishes for his success.
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