Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, January 15, 1884, Page 8, Image 15

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Wo'ro mashed on tho exchange editor of the JiocXford
Seminary Magazine.
Wo join with our editors-in-chief in asking that the
Student have a managing editor.
The WHtenburger arrived for tho first time on Dec. 20.
It is the same old sheet.
One of our exchanges mentions the publication place
of the Literary Notes, and spells it "Create."
Number 1, Volume 1, of College Chips, a very neat ex
change, cornea to us from Luther College, Decorah,Iowa.
It is got up in good stylo and English all except qov
tation marks.
Tho William Jewel Student shouldu't worry over the
contributed department of the Hesperian Studekt.
"We have such a brilliant corps of writers that we need
no help from contributors.
Tho lady editors of the Hamilton College Monthly but
voice the sentiment of bygone days. The idea that
young Indies and young gentlemen should bo separated,
until matrimonial overtures are made, is dying out, we
are pleased to note. The criticisms of the Monthly are
extremely antiquated.
The "Table" man on the Ariel rather throws light on
tho mechanical part of the various college journals. In
ur opinion, if it were not for the clcau make-up and
style of many "school boy" papers, there would be noth
ing worthy of commendation. Any way, let them work
on that part which they can do best.
The Courier thinks the people of Lawrence are not so
good as they might be. It complains of a lack ol board
ing houses, and especially of the better class; also of a
superabundance of price. The state of Kansas should
know belter than to establish so great an institution in
the country, when there are two or three cities lying
around loose.
The question going the rounds of the college press is
as to whether humorous itemfi taken from other than
college papers should bo published in college journals.
"We would be pleased to see the "funny" part of the college
papers stopped. It is bad enough to be obliged to listen
to the duily jokes of the students without having them
rehashed, inflated by addition from such ordinary hu
morous papers as the Hawkeye, Free Press, etc., and
spread before our tired eyes once in two weeks. Oh,
give us a rest!
Married At Grand Haven, Dec. 20th, '83, Allan W.
Field aud Miss May B. Fairfield, of Lincoln, Neb.
The wedding ceremony was performed at tho home of
Prof, and Mrs. Burritt Fairfield by Ex-Pres. Fairfield, the
father of the bride, and Rev. 3Iinor W. Fairfield of Mus
kegon. The wedding was quiet, only the most intimate
friem's of the family being present. The bride is well
known in Hillsdale and has au unusually large circle ol
friends here who will join in wishing her unbounded
happiness. Mr Field is a popular lawyer and politician
of Lincoln, Neb. Both parties are graduates of the Ne
braska State University. After a sumptuous wedding
dinner lat the Cutler house, Mr. and Mrs. Field left ou the
evening train for their new home. Hillsdale Herald,
Wo welcome another modlal student, Dr. Plorco.
During vacation Prof. Paine gave a series of lectures
on bandaging.
Let us hope for the time when all physicians will be
sober, conscientious, and christian.
Prof. Lalta will resume his discoveries on "Bacteria :
tho Gorman theory of Disease" on the 7th inat.
Dr. Dlnsmore of Omaha is expected to deliver a
coro of lectures, in the Homeoepathio dupaotaent, on
electric therapeutics.
Prof. I. VanCamp will meet his class for tho first time
after Christmas holidays on tho 9th inst. the subject be
ing. The Profs, of tho Regular deparlmont lecture at
Prof. Woodword will likewise meet his class for the
first time aftet vacation on the 8th int. and will speak of
tho ' Sympathetic Nervous System in its relationship t
matcrica medica and thereputlcs."
The girl who received tenotomy as previously anounced
has since been further treated by rection of plantir facia.
She now uses two straight fast ins end of one foot as here
tofore, but it will take a year to give usual strength.
Notwithstanding tho bitter cold, the reception at the
Y. M. C. A. rooms New Years day was quite a success.
The well filled rooms were the scone of the best ood
cheer and in all particulars the ladies quit themselves like
women. The medical fraternity was well represented.
Prof. A. J, Shaw resumed his course of lectures on Gy
necology on the 3rd inst aud was warmly greeted by the
entire class. The Professor posesses the happy gift of
conveving sound practical instruct! in, leaving noted
points to bo rend up and adopted in post-graduate days.
Prof. Lowry, during vacation delivered a course of lect
ures to the students remaining in town Histology or Mi
croscapical Anatomy including instructions in the mani
pulation of the microscope. Without such a knowledge of
the normal tissues no one can become a practical pathol
ogist. The Professor also exhibited an intercstng clinic during
Rum did it:
At Lincoln. Dec. 3rd a
fine intellectual looking young stranger intoxicated was
precipitated from the platform of a car smashing in
half the skull and scattering all his bruin. On his per
son were found his uniae, W. O'Brien, a ticket from
Kearney to Atchison, some money, an express package
and a broken bottle. Boys will yon drink ?
TheY.M.C.A.in the University of Michigan is now regu
larly sustaining a meeting on Sunday morning and one
every evening of the week. The attedance at their Sunday
morning meeting is so lrrge that they are compelled to
hold it in the University chapel' as their ro un ia not half
large enough. To avoid this inconvenience and to ad
vance the Christian work in college, they have purchased
the most desirable lot in the city, and arc now preparing
to erect an Association building. Their membership has
been increased more this year than for along time before,
a large part of this increase coming from the Medical
Department. Wa chman.