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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
Mauloy hits llio croutn of tho candy trade.
Mauloy gives special rates on fruit for entertainments.
That cuchro joko is sido-splitting. Ask any of the
great scientists iu Prof. Hick's department about It. It
is very funny.
Bids for the construction of tiie Labratory nro now
called for by advertisements in tho city papers. The re
port that Knight intends to '.id for tho job is plainly n
Not withstanding tho fact that our new building will
contain twenty or thirty rooms, all are to bo occupied at
once. In fact, a third building will be needed as soon as
the second is completed.
A boarding club for ladies and gentlemen will bo kcpt
by Mrs. Peckham this term. Tho lady lias had consider
Able experience iu running eatiug clubs mil tho succo8
of the new one is assured.
John James Halligan who has been reading law in the
city, since leaving the University, n year ago, has turned
his faco toward tho setting sun. He will locate perma
nently at Ogallala and show the cow-boys of that region
how to do up the law business according to a noted author,
lly by tho uamo of Hoyle.
A. A. Munroc, '84, came iu during tho recess to show
up to tho hall loafers his luxurious sldc-whis'tcrs. Alex
ander is just closing his term of school near Omaha; as
soon as Irce from that engagement ho will enter upon n
longer one In which n joung lady is actively interested.
So wo are informed, uny way.
W.E. Johnson summoned himself to Omaha recently
to bulldoze ths B. & M. officials into giving us a free car
to Hastings and return for the contest. Hastings and re
turn for tho contest. His lower jaw failed to work with
its usual vo'ubilily, nevertheless ho accomplisnod some
thing. See excursion announcement.
Tho University Orchestra has been rechristened. In
recognition of the services ot Prof. D. F. Easterda.y us con
ductor, It is now called tho Easterday Orchestra. For
the past two months too boys have been furnishing thu
music for tho performances in Funho's Grand Opera
House, giving excellent satbfaclion to tho patrons of that
temple of drama.
An exchange describes a calesthenics dress as a "sort
of abbreviated bathing suit." Some of the Palladians, in
terested iu (lie condition of their celling want to know
why in the name of salt mackerel tho class in this col
lege'has added No. 12 shoes to that airy costume. That
such shoes are in urc can bu testified to by any student
who bus been iu tho eastern end of tho building during
tho hour of the calcfathenic earthquake.
The lecture given during tho last term by Miss Moore
on the History of Art will be continued to the close of tho
year. Supplemented by a little research in iho library,
these lectures are not only enlcrtuining but extremely valuable-
No educatlou Is complete without some general
knowledge of architecture, sculpture, and painting, and
Miss Moore's treatment of these subjects Is masterly. The
History of Art will hereafter bo a popular olectlvo.
Man's destiny la fixed. Phrenology Is vindicated '.
Four years ago when Prof. Fowler delivered bis last
lecture upon phrenology there was among . thosn students
desirous of pouolratlng tho future, ono who has lately re
turned. Among other things he was told that he should
marry a girl with light hair and eyes, that slio should bo
light spirited and buoyant. Evidently that student Is iu
the clutch of destiny. Wo sympathize with him but ad
vise him to submit to tho inevitable.
Tho ether day Prof. Nicholson hoard somo strange noise
in his Inner office; he saya It was something like this:
telephone bell rings "Holloa helloa Is that you Kittle?
Out out I am talking to central are you going to be
in tho office this evening All right I will como up and
bo switch-boy for you Say, wore you at tho rink last
night? Well I hear a Prof, coming good-bye.
Judge of ProPs. surprise when on entering he found an
enterprising Soph at tho phono whose color seemed to be
changeable. Wheeler says it was not ho.
That examinations wero tough.
That Forco borrowed Robert's tules of order from tho
Pal. girls aud forgot to return it.
That Mockelt's upper Up is feathering.
That a number of the students will not bo back for tho
That Clara Caldwell has returned to the parental roof.
That Codding now knows tho difference between
blackberry wine and Ink.
That Frost never appeared iu the clean collar act.
That wo need a spring pool.
That baso ball has revived.
That Wiggenhorn is a dude.
That tho German program was immense.
That some of tho girls oro becoming noiay.
That Whcelock is a masher and uses cologne.
That C. G. McMillan la practicing a now walk.
Tho second annual commencement of tho College of
Medicine was held in tho Opera Houso on the lOtl inst.
The salutatory was dellverod by David R. Bell, an ad
dress by M. II. Farmer aud tho valadlctory by Charles
Trumbull; the address for the faculty was delivered by
Prof. L. A. Merriam M. D.
Though net accustomed to public speaking vol the
class reflected credit upon the institution from which It
The valadlctory was especially fluo.
The nadressofProf. Merriam on "Tho Perils of tho
Young Physician," was a rare treat abounding In good
sense and good advice.
There woro thirteen graduates, tho following is a list
of their uames:
David R. Bell, W. E. Buck, Miss Davie?, Mis How
ard, Mrs. Case, Miss G. A. Arbucklo M. D., Chas. Trum.
bull, E. G. Mulvaue' A. Bonnie, S. Svenson, C. Vau
Camp, M. H Furmor, II. B. Cummins.
Farmer, the eclecilc funnyman, has gone , to Walton,
Kan , to begin practice with his father.
Buck has nailed up his Homeopathic sign at Central
Bcunio will administer medicine straight to tho resi
dents of St. Paul, Nob.
Trumbull U still In tho oity. , ,
Cummins went to Seward to ponder over a fine offer
made by a wholesale drug houge In need of a' travelling
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