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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1886)
Ed. Churchill, '85, gave us n call last week. He also favor
ed Missouri with a visit.
Warner, '85, has gone back to Johns Hopkins, lie sccins
(to like Baltimore oysters.
John Ilartman, our John, was a prominent figure at the
convention of the g. o. p.
Miss Nora E Gage, '86, is assistant principal of the public
schools at Hebron this year.
Hcfflcman, Eaglcson and our Editor-in-Chief all bring
brothers with them this year.
Ellon Fulmcr, '88 has secured a position as principal of
the schools at Talmagc, Otoe Co.
W. II. Lichty, '84, took in Lincoln last week. Once he
was fat, then he was fatter, now he is fattest.
Gambcc the Graceful will not be back this year. When
last seen he was pounding the musical tinware.
If you come down at once yon will see the office as it ap
pears just after its biennial sweep. Great sight.
The Scientilics arc tickled over the final completion of the
chemical laboratory. Well, it's enough to tickle 'cm.
Dean Smith now regulates the weather at the University
Weather observatory, vice, Oscar V. O. Stout, resigned.
The Misses Pollard, Applcgatc and White, and Messrs.
French and Langdon arc with us again after a year's absence.
It's encouraging to sec so many literary students taking
clcctivcs in science, since the completion of the new building.
O. V. P. Stout is out of school for a year and has a position
on the U. P. R. R. between Laramie and Cheyenne, Wyom
ing. Kathan will graduate, so says the faculty, and it knows.
He will also hold down his charge at Wavcrly the coming
Miss Cramphorn, ' 89, Ms managing the "wee tins"
near Wavcrly and shows already the effects of her sojourn in
W. P. Sullivan, '84, carries the work of cducatton into
Kansas this year, and will aid many Kansas youths in their
search for knowledge.
Prof. G. E. Barber is the new dean of the Academical de
partment, and performs the duties of Chancellor in the ab
sence of Chan. Manatt.
New students, wc intend to made it to your interests to
subscribe for the IlKsl'KitiAN. It will furnish college news
when there is none to be had anywhere else.
A large beard was wandcrinrg around the halls the other
day attached to the face of Elton Fulmcr. It the beard
will be principal of the Talmagc schools this year.
Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to present to you our Ihis.
Man., G. W. Gcrwig. He is energetic, wnnts your subscrip
tion, and besides has a prosperous pair of burnsides.
Hold on there now! That felldw with an interrogation
point for a smile of greeting is our local editor and he has our
permission to find out all he can from you. Manager.
The third year German students are struggling with Aim's
German Method the same as the first year class arc using.
Such is the" proficiency of this celebrated German class.
It is humiliating to the political economy clash to dwell so
long on the meaning of wealth. It is bad enough to be with
out it and a great deal worse to have it constantly brought to
The IIkspkkian can dispose of a subscription to the Scien
tific American. Some student who takes an interest in such
reading can get one cheap by applying to the Bus. Man.
Stndents have entered the N. S. U. from the following in
stitutions: Ilavcrford College, Marietta College, 111. Industri
al, Iowa Industrial, Chicago University and Iowa Wcslcyan
Our renowned janitor hints to ye editors that he has a rich
joke on somebody that he is keeping against a "failure of
crops" in that department of agriculture. Of course he'll
keep it all right.
David Drydcn Forsyth acts in the capacity of high monkey-muck
of the cadet band. David is coming up in the
world, and wc hope some day to sec hini act as chancellor of
some flourishing university.
Miss Ilcnrn, '86, has been delayed in taking charge of her
school by the prolonged sickness of and finally the death of
her sister. In behalf of her many friends in the U. of N.
the IlESl'KRiAN extends sympathies.
It is nearly time to organize the Athletic Association again.
This has been done yearly ever since the University began
her glorious career, and should not be neglected now, all
new students will pay it's just like 'cm.
Everybody, except Dean Smith and one or two others,
boards at Mrs. Binn's. and the crowd is- so dense there that
it reminds one of a side show at Barnum's circus or at least
reminds Wiggenhorn of such an occasion.
Our intelligent (?) compositor put in his vacation wrest
ling with a fever. For a time the prospects were that it
would down him, but he showed the badge of the class of
'89 and the fever fled. O.i.c. is now able to be out in the
night air again.
Our military organization is flourishing. The muster roll
now numbers over one hundred. By the way, they need to
spruce up. By the new enactment, they will soon be visited
by a regular inspection officer. But they will be in good trim
in a week or ten days.
The Sophomores have elected the following officers: Prcs.,
William Logan Stephens; Vice Prcs., David Drydcn Forsyth;
Scc'y., Miss May Tower; Hist., Miss Laura Haggard. No
trace of the treasurer could be found, and it is supposed that
he has gone to Canada.
It is not news to say that the marriage fever ran riot among
the tutors this summer. Every one knows that. But not ev
ery one knows that it is lobe kept up by those yet unmarried.
All we wish to say is watch and wait. You may learn some
thing aWl you may not.
G. W. Botsford, '84, who has been spending the summer
with his parents at Palmyra, this state, was with us a short
time recently on his way to Florida where he goes to take a
new position. Last year he was Prof, of Greek and Latin at
St. Charles college, Missouri.
The class of '90 was the first to hold a class social. It was
at the request of Herbert Marsland that they met at his home
last Saturday evening. A most enjoyable time is reported by
those present. Freshman socials arc always the best in our
experiences, aren't they? Answer, class of '87.
With characteristic Freshman promptness, the class of '90
meets three times each week. The officers selected for the
term arc as follows: Prcs.,' Frank Almy; Vice 'Pres., 'Miss
Annie Ohildc; Secretary, Sarah Scwhab; Treasurer, Thomas
Hall; Historian, Geo. Spuiiock; Scrgeant-at-arms, G. A.
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