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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1884)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
of eight or ten young Indies wearing tlio letters "W. G.
I. A." Tlicycnmc without oscorta, Imuco it took hut
little talent to divlno that "W. G. I. A. momit "We Go
It Alone." Tliu new society lind a brilliant hut brief
existence. After shining asstars of tlio first mngnitudo
in the reception, tho memborn were scared out of their
wits by a cow, on th'jir way, home, and were utterly routed
by the appearance of a stray dog. A tumultuous and
inglorious tflighl to the maternal) domicile was the last
act of llio W. G. I. A. society. Peace to its ashes.
A meeting of all the students was called last week to
consider the advisability of publishing an annual. It
wn? tlio unanimous opinion of (lie meeting Hint it would
be a most pious sclicmo to get up as blood. curdling a
publication ns possible. After some discussion it was
decided tlint'eucli class should elect "i editor, and that
there should also be two cdilorssat.largc, chosen by
the whole body of students. Tlio elections of editors re
sulted ns follows: Senior, Holmes; Junior, Warner;
Sophomore, Jones; Freshninn, Fulmor; cditors-aUlnrgc
Clark and McMillan. It is our first attempt at this kind
of thing, but If tho sp'rit of our old Button Buster can
animate the thing, it will bn a 7'umo ofso called "price
less" value to every student. Every one should give it
a hearty support in IV way of suggestions and sub
scriptions. VACVTION POINTS.
Warner fed hogs at Koca. t
Forsyth loafed in Lincoln.
Al Wagner went homo to stay. He Is now teaching
school near Beatrice
Breech masqueraded as a dude among the pretty school
inarms f the State Association.
Miss Scholl returned after the recess, but oily
enough to bid adieu to tho institution.
Knighi, GambceCunninghain, Wonder & Co. sojourned
under tho paternal ridcc-polo at Blue Springs.
Muugcr, the infant first prep, was taken to Nebraska
City and tenderly nursed through the woek by hismam
nut. Tho meds. scattered with great unanimity at tho close
of last term and ttivenngagcd in tlio peaceful pursuit of
the wherewith to attend the next scsion.
The ubiquitous "Fatty" Child is no longer under tho
jurisdiction of the principal of tho Latin School. Ho
failed to "shov up" after tho vncation.
''Miss S. Glen Talbot secured a good rest nud a huge
pair of goggles, when at home. The latter acquisition
Is now one of tho sights of tho institution.
Al. Williams, the pitcher of buse hall curves, will not
return this term. His absence wiil reudcr (the national
game comparatively safe in this vicinity.
Lichty went west to visit his brother in'.Norton Co., Kan.
Tho famine that usually follows his peregrinations in that
lhection is said to be very severe tiiis season.
Wll ltichardson went homo and has not been heard
from. It is safo to say that ho is quietly enjoying rural
life on tho hanks of the romautic Weeping Water.
Smith, F. E., ppent his time working during tho day in
the oflke of architect Roberts. Tko evenings ho devoted
la minstrel shows and theaters of all grades of morality.
C. G. McMillan talked so much during tho recess, ex
tolling the merits of his fraternity, as to bring on a sovcic
attack of dypthcria. It left him with a more longitudi
nal nppearancc than ever, hut his fluoncy of speech rc
mnins. Clark and Bishcc put In twelve nights of rcvolry and
debauch in church sociables and oilier free entertains
ments in the city, They tapered off witii Peck's Bad
Boy and a temperance lecture, and are now perpendicu
Take your music lessons of Prof. Draper.
Latest styles In hats at T. Ewing& Co's.
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewing & Co's.
Celluloid collars nnd cuH'm at T. Ewing & Co's.
Special bargains lor stU'Jcnts at T. Ewing & Co.
Elegant Patterns in Neckwear at T. Ewing & Co's.
Buy your boots and shoes of O. W. Wohstor, 0 st Aoad
cmy of Music.
Large assortment of colhus, cuffs and neckwear at T.
Ewing & Co's.
Prof. Drnptr is the most successful instructor of mu
sic in the cily.
Over one thousand trees will bo planted in tho City
Park on Arbor Day.
Call and seo tho now fall suits at T. Ewing & Go's
Clements lins the finest lot of s'.urescoplc views of tho
University ever taken. ,.
The best judges of arlislic work go to Kelley & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 0 st.
Best style, best goods, at lowest prices at T. Ewing ifc
Co's Clothing Emporium
Let every student sec that they pntroniza those who
advertise in these columns.
Ali the newest styles nnd patterns of clothing and gcnl'a
furnishing goods at T.Etf.ng & Co's.
The Stale conventions or the Kopublcau and Demo
cratic parlies will bo held in Lincoln next month.
The Lincoln Elcclric Light Company has been Incor
porated and given tho use ofthe streets for its business.
Remember Students you can cot fino work, n.wi i.
inducemc-nts, in llio "Folograf" line, at Kellov & On
mnn a Oi vv v-'"
The recent cily election wns clearly a victory of hide
pendent Temperance Republicans over the saloons nnii
the "Machine" of the party ,a
The three new churches under way or in couiemuliv
lion, are already making things warm for the youn
man with a small saiarAand a girl.
The Lincoln tannery' will erect a four story buildlmr
fiO by 100lietj.hiA.cnso,,.' It bids fair ,o become "no of
the most imports Jiiterqriscs of tho citv
Students UwisyB to examine the pictures made
by Kelley & Co. before sitting clseware. Have you seen
that daisy University Panel they give gralis?
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