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THE IIESPERIAN STUDENT
The Literary Gem is nolii jewel of any particular lustre.
High School papers tire rapidly increasing in number.
They arc deal hied lo do valuable work in training men
for the college journals.
Notre Dame Scholastic alV.l insists Mint the Catholics
had nothing to do with the Spanish Inquisition. The
proof brought out is voluminous.
With sadness we must aiinnucc our conviction that the
VanderbUt Observer is n dude alien. The clothes are
nobby but the intellect is below par.
It is rep. (i itd thai Harvard is considering n proposition
to shorten her course to three years. The back bono of
that college is evidently taking a vacation.
W "come dmv.i." The Campus has a mission after
all Willi more grit than sense it is endeavoring to re
form the disgraceful college politics of Allegheny by sub
stituting ti e honor system for the present method of elec
tion through society influence. Friend, the file is a trifle
more unpleasant than the frying pau. Dont forget it.
If advice from the rowdy west could be accepted in the
spirit in which it is given, we would suggest that tho
N. Y. University Quarterly reform its "Other colleges"
department or drop it altogether. The coffee grounds
joke seems to have formed u partnership with a few cen
tenarian items of college news for the purpose of running
the column. Give 'hem a rest. All parties concerned are
This paper took occasion to mention a few urammatical
eccentricities of an eastern exchange, a shoit time ago
and now we are crushed by the following unique para,
graph. We supply the italics.
The College: Student will not receive criticisms from
the Hesperian Student until that Weston Institution jour
nal lobCH some of its asinine spirit. Dear bin, alter you
have read sufficient to know that more than one expression
can be uml, lot us hear from 3011.
One by one lie turns them over.
Scowls at thl one, etnllesatthar;
Thl ouo uiarlus acrorb tho cover,
Throws that to theofllce cat;
Here lie clle a commendation.
There he write a grlin blue "et;"
Marks here a slanderous allegation,
There steals all that he can get,
ThroOgh what wide realms hi fancy range,
That mau who edits the exchanges!
The Undergraduate has improved in appearance lately
but we are sorry to notice that it Hill places the brain cen.
ter of America east of tho Hudson. In speaking of the
proposed Eastern Oratorical Absolution, it complacently
rcmatksaB follows: "There might be considerable difll
culty in getting at just the right plan of conducting such
an association, but tiie long citablishcd and ripened
wisdom of Neiv England ought to be sufficient for the task.
The fuss made by the Kunsus University Courier over
an appropriation of $50,000 for a new building reminds
one of the frantic yells of the democratic press after the
Jast election. Somebody please pour a pitcher of ice
water down the back, of our excitable neighbor. The
, Uuiveraity of Nebraska. was remembered to the extent of
$160,000 by the last legislature, and yet the Hespewan
goes on its way with rnitnent untoru and mind serene.
If the Courier would follow our illustrious examplo it
might be as highly esteemed by the public as we are.
Brethren of the college press, let us enter into a Sol
emn League and Coven nt. Let us unitedly swear an aw
ful swear. With right hand raised to heaven and the
left on the pure, spotless check of the Scholastic, Ictus
vow, declare, certify, and make known to the world our
determination never again to mention that conceited ape
who masquerades as the exchange editor of the Niagara
Index. If ict severely alone he will bite himself to death.
Then, and not till then will college journalism become
Mauley 1ms the cream of the candy trade.
Manley gives special rates on fruit for entertainments.
All styles and qualities of men's huts -it W. R.Djunis'.
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewing & Go's clothing
house. Be sure and go to Winger & Miller's for your under
wear. Large stock of gents' collars and culls at W. R. Dennis'
Elegant line 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 the latest and
fine fitting clothing.
Reduction in prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's
Students can be accommodated at any hour of the day
in Lincoln Business College. 1110 & 1118 O St.
Call and 6ee our new spring styles. T. Ewiug& Co.
Merino and all-wool underwear 50 per cent below for
mer p-iccs at Winger & 3Iillers.
Don't fail lo buy our spring suits at T. Ewing &Co'
mammoth clothing house.
University students can get best lead pencils for 23 cU
per dozen at Winger & 3Iiller's.
T. Ewing & Co. are opening an immense itookof
University students get reduced tuition at Lincoln Bus
incss College. An hour per day in Book-Keeping Pen
manshis or Short-Hand is profitably spent.
University students are invited lo visit Lincoln Busi
The best judges of artistic work go to Keller & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 O st.
G. B. Skinner deals in fancy horses also turns out fine
single and double rigs at low prices.
Possibly some of these chilly mornings and evenings
will induce you to look at W. R. Dennis' line of under
wear. Remember Students you can get fine work, and better
inducements, in the "Fotograf line, at Kolley & Co
Students, when you want a first class shave or a bos
haircut go to Sam Wester field's corner of O audTwelveth
Don't forget it
Special attention is giveu to Card Writing, Engrossing,
Resolutioni", and any work in the line of plain and orna
mental pen work at Lincoln Business College.
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