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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1884)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
All homo for Thanksgiving I
111 sinoko a "Punch", Manloy.
'Manley gives special rates on fruit for entertainments.
All styles and qualities of men's hats at W. R.Donnis'.
Our fall and wiutor stock is now complete. T. Ewiug
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewiug & Co's clothing
Bo sure and go to Winger & Miller's for your under
wear. Latest styles in neck-wear, collars, and cuffs at Ewiug
Largo stock of gouts' collars and cuff's at V. R. Dennis.
Elegant lino of men's hosiery at W. R. Dennis', under
The largest stock and lowest prices in the city at T.
Ewing & Co's.
T. Ewing & Co. are at the front for all tho latest aud
fine filling clothing.
Reduction in prices to students at T. Ewiug & Co's
The hest judges of artistic work go to Kelloy & Co fo
Photos. No. 1020 O st.
For a flue fall or winter overcoat go to T. Ewing & Co's
mammoth clothing house.
Merino and all-wool underwear CO per cent below for
mer prices at Winger & Miller's.
University students can get best lead pencils for 25 cts
per dozen at Winger & Miller's.
Students it will pay ycu to examine (he pictures made
by Kelley & Co. before sitting elsowhero. Have you seen
University panel they give gratis?
It seems as if it would bo a good plan to lmvo sldwalks
constructed in all directions leading through tho campus
It would save a great importation of mud into the Uni
versity. I have just received a now outfit of dental tools and ma
tcrials. Am prepared to do all kinds ofwork which comes
in my line. Satisfaction guaranteed. A liberal reduction
to students. Come and seo mo. W. A. Hull, 1105 O St.
Over Harley'8 Drug Siore.
Frauk A.Wood, an old time University student and ono
who has made hosts of friends among us, died last Sun
day night from typhoid fever. Ho was just in tho prime
of his life with a most promising fuluro before him. Ho
will be sincerely missed by all whoever know him.
Mr. Eugono J Hall, tho inimitablo humorous poet and
lecturer Is Issuing a serio3ofhiB original dramatic recita
tions in neat pamphlet form printed on oxtra fino paper
beautifully illustrated, and when bound will make an el
egant volume. These selections are entirely now fresh
and wholesome and out of tho old rut of ordinary selec
tions that have been printed again and again. Mr. Hall
in representing tho New England character with its home
ly good seuo and quaint humor is eminently successful.
Copies can bo had by addressing tho author at 11 Mich
igan avo. Chicago. Tho price is ten cents each,
Manloy has the cream of tho candy trade.
No regular class lor Friday evening in the Palladiau
and Union societies.
Go to T. Ewing & Co's emporium for flue clothing,
gents furnishing goods, hats and caps
Possibly some of these chilly mornings and evenings
will induce you to look at W. R. Dennis' lino of under
wear. Remember Students you can get fino work, and better
inducements, In tho "Fotograf" line, at Kelloy & Co.
1020 O. St.
Tho Phllodiccan Literary society lias purchased a new
piano of the Hazellon brand of very good tone. For the
present it decorates the chapel.
As soon as the weather tecomes so severe the Cadets
cannot go out to drill tho Lieutenant is going to introduce
flword practice, and a number' of other amusemonis for
exercise. This will be an improvement on the manual
drill and will take tho place of a gymnasium.
Tho Sophomoro nnd Freshmen history classes aro
having a series of lectures. That Is, each member of tho
respectlvo classes has prepared a lecturo and in accor
dance with a prepared schedule delivers it boforo his
class. This is certainly a good work, but to an outsider
it seems that it is sufficient of itself for the time, and that
it is asking too much of any ono to thus proparo in addi
tion to tho regular work.
The mortar boards are hero, and along with them tho
ciitioisms of the olty papers. Wo do not dispute tholr
righ' to critisize, latlicr point to them that of tho Stats
Journal us giving our reasons for wearing the caps.
Tho attompt to call out that "westorn spirit" against the
introduction of eastern customs, is however, unfair, since
tho intention of tho students was not thoso of tho dude,
hut tho best intercstb of our Institutions.
Thoso mortar boards have come and with them much
freo amusement for city folks. Tho following aro some
of tho most striking exclamations of tho amazed pooplo
A child attending a catholic school: " h I know he is
going to bo a Catholic priest." A butcher downtown:
"What in h 1 is that?" Town boy: "Tho latest dude in
town," and their continual song is:
I'm a dudo, dandy dudo,
Yon can toll by my etylo
I'm a dudo otc.
Ono of the studonts whllo out with a parly of on targot
practico mot with quite a serious accldont. By some
means the small pin which strikes tho catrldgo and cauaos
Ittooxplodo wasrustodflo bad that tho pin would not
play back and when ho went to load tho pushing of tho
breech plate down caused the cartridge to explode throw
ing tho pieces of tho shell in every direction aud burning
his coal very badly. Tho accident did uot provo fatal for
It did not scaro him to death.
Tho evening of November 10th. Professor Hicks deliv
ered a very interesting lecturo to thoso studonts In tho
High school and University interested in the study of
Physical Geography. Tho object of tho lecture was ta
discuss that part of Geology which pertains to Physical
Geography. It is evident the Professor is a very intorest.
lug speaker and tho studonts were delighted with this form
ofinstuctlon it scorns as If It would boa good plan to
have moro of tho same klud of lectures.
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