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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
"May our entire legislators be returned." Kansas Review
Have you many legislators that are not "entire" down
Hillsdale Herald wants to reform the college press.
Cease being a disgrace to vour college, friend, and we
will talk to you on the subject.
Wo fear t hat our neighbors the Doane Owl ar.d the
York Oollegianhnr been wintor.killod. They have not
been visiblo to the naked eye for sevoral months.
The Allegheny Owl wants to know "who pluged the
cannon?" Such orthography makes the glaring head
line, "Published by the Fussiiman Class!" ontiioly un
necessary. The Campus fills up with solected matter and coolly
asks; "what are you going to do about it?"
A remark on the laziness or lack of brains of those on
the editorial staff is all that the occasion requires.
Our feminine Iriond the Sibyl lias been badly taken in
by the Oollegian, or some other ignorant or designing
sheet. That carefully copied "Register of American Col
leges" so inaccurate and incomplete as to be absolutely
Hamilton College Monthly scolds like a virago over tho
theft of one of its "choicest psalms" by au exchange. Lot
'em have it without a fuss, girls. We do not like to bo
ungallant, but wiioti it comes to your poetry well, lei
'em have it.
Tho intellectual ponderosity of the Woostor (Ohio
Oollegian makes us gasp 'or breath. It contains no lo
cals, a few personals, three or four alleged editorials and
an ocean of literary very literary matter. And yet it
repiesents a great University in the great state ot Ohio!
Blair Hall Lit. speaks of tho "Century, Atlantic, and
our other exchanges" in u manner that is truly refreshing.
Blair Hall Is situated in an obscure corner of Now Jersey
but where in the name of tho Board ot Trustees is New
Jersey ? Evidently a foreign state not shown on the map.
The Oartliaginian Is evidently disgusted because eastern
papers are rather selfish in tho matter of exchanging.
For our part we consider it ables.siug that so few college
papers from the east cross tho Mississippi. Wo are
surrounded with enough dissipating nonsense without
College Record should change its name. "Little Robert
Reed" would bo just about, the proper thing, in consider
ation of the tact that the Record is attempting to ostracize
all college papers that insert the advertisements of tobacco
Southern Oollegian takes the opposite view and the
fight promises to be a spirited one. Wo will hold the
Collegian's nat during the unscronity.
"Lit. and Ed. notes" was the rather eccentric name of a
paper founded about six years ago by Rev. L. B. Fifield.
then Regent of the University. The paper changed own
ers rapidly, took upon Itself a new name whenever it uo
came tired of toe old one, and moved around like a
methodlst preacher. It now appears as the "Western Ed
ucator" with publication offices at Lincoln, Nebraska
and Parker, Dakota. It possessed more merit at its birth
than it does at the present time.
Kansas held her Oratorical Contest on tho 18th of
March at Emporia. The Htato University was knocked
out in the fight, but of courso that detracts nothing from
tho merit of that institution; neither does it provn that
Emporia and Ottawa collegos have any educational virtuo,
even If they did carry off first and second honors.
City directories are not generally regarded as profitable
raulinir, yet people of a statistical turn of mind often pore
over them for hours. The Omaha Excelsior man after di
gesting tne new directory of that place, announces that
Omaha contains 830 Johnsons, 210 Smiths, 118 Browns,
and 71 Jones. Tho latter family has lost its grip on tho
directory business and now stands eleven placos from tho
All styles and qualities of mon's hats at W. R.Djunis'.
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewing & Go's clothing
Bo sure and goto Winger & Miller's for your under
wear. Largo stock of gouts' collars and cuffs at W. R. Dennis'
Elegant lino of men's hosiery at W. R. Dennis', under
Tho largest stock and lowest prices in tho city at T.
Ewing & Go's.
T. Ewing & Co. are at the front for all tho latest and
fine fitting clothing.
Reduction In prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's
Students can bo accommodated at any hour of tho day
in Lincoln Business College. 1110 & 1118 O St.
Call and see our now spring styles. T. Ewing & Co.
Merino and all-wool underwear CO per cent below for
mer prices at Winger & Miller's.
Don't fail to buy our spring suits at T. Ewing &Cor
mammoth clothing house.
University students can get best lead puuciis for 23 cts
per dozen at Winger& Miller's.
T. Ewing & Co. aro opening au immense stockoi
University students got reduced tuition at Lincoln Bus
incss College. An hour per day in Book-Kooping Pon
manshis or Short-Hand Is profitably spont.
University students aro invited to visit Lincoln Busi
Tho best judges of artistic work go to Kelley & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 O st.
G. B. Skinner deals in fancy horses nlso 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' linu of uuder
wear. Remember Students you can get fine work, and hotter
Inducements, In tho "Fotograf" line, at Kelley & Co.
102B O. St.
Students, when you want a first class shave or a bos
haircut go to Sam Wester field's corner of O andTwolveth
Don't forget it.
Special attention is given to Card Writing, Engrossing,.
Resolution?, and any work In tho line of plain and orna
mental pen work at Lincoln Business College.
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