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Miss Levi enjoyed the plcasujc of a visit from her parents
Edward Lcighton and L. D, Baylor have changed from the
Academic to the Medical college this term.
Messrs. Guy Livingston and F. F. Almy were among those
who enjoyed Saturday and Sunday at home.
Miss Edith Kusscl, '89. has returned to her home in Indi
ana and may not be with us again this year for which we arc
The Seniors arc growing thin and haggard it requires so
much skill and attention to keep posted about the hour for
As an excuse for the poor appearance of the local page in
the last issue we would say that the managing editor wrote
most of it. (Joke.)
The Junior girl who left her gum sticking on the bottom of
one of the chairs in Prol Sherman's room can have the same
by calling at this office.
One of those perplexing and unsolvable questions has come
up again, viz: How can an association with only seven mem
bers send ten delegates.
Fulmer's beard which was to preside over the Talmage
school has now been put to better use, and will engineer the
class of '87 the rest of the year.
Ernest A. Newton, a student of two years ago, and now
the editor of a local paper in the southwestern part of the
state, was here a short time ago.
Miss Ilearnc is at last permitted, after the death of one and
the convalescence of another of her sick sisters, to assume
charge of her school near Newton.
The irrepressible conflict has been squelched. The politi
cal economy class has been divided, and as Shakespeare
would say, "All is quiet on the Salt."
There are rumors of a State College Uasc Hall Association.
The idea is a good one j)d we would like to see it carried
out. Step up, you interested, and show yourselves.
Religious meetings were held in the society halls Sunday
afternoon, the Palladian being occupied by the delegates of
the Y. W. C. A., the Union by those of the Y. M. C. A.
Miss Anna Keys, of Roca, visited her friends here last
week. Miss Keys and Miss Kuhlman, also from Roca, were
attending the meeting of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A., held in
Hoys, the election is soon to be here! He careful how you
vote. Come down and let us give you a few pointers about
the candidates. It is a very important thing and we feel that
we can help you out.
Corner of Thirteenth and S. Electric light, foot ball, Sat
urday night, debating club, chastisement, race, wrestling, box
ing, awakened citizens, angry mothers, storming fathers, visit
to city marshal, sequel!
Miss Edna Bullock who has been teaching a few miles from
the city will soon close her work in that line. She expects to
return to her work here, and has been keeping up some stud
ies lor which she hopes to get credit this term.
A great many students loose valuable time stopping and
trying to find out what the sewerage people are trying to do
.all over town. We would suggest that Fritz be given an op
portunity to lecture on ''Our Sewerage System."
This paper is the champion of truth, whether it be pleasant
or not. And so we wish to "state to the trusting world that
there arc more students here now who use tobacco than at any
time in the. previous four years, Sad but nevertheless true.
It is said that a certain Mademoiselle, connected with certain
well-known restaurant of this city makes some startling asser
tions about a 'certain University dignitary whom we should
hardly believe would flirt. But then, we should not judge by
Scene Doanc College recitation room. It was immedi
ately after recitation. Our Ch was visiting. The professor
in charge had just finished hearing the class and approaching
his visitor exclaimed, "By the way, you arc a teacher too,
are you not. Let me see; where do you teach?"
A student of one of our neighboring colleges at Hastings re
cently met with a sad accident while attempting to jump from
a moving train, upon which he had lingered too long in bidding
adieu to a friend ;he missed his foothold and was thrown vio
lently to the ground, gashing his face and head terribly.
They say that
Never since the world began
Was ever seen by any man,
Not even by our friend Kathan,
A friend of ours who is very much inclined to make a con
fidant of us (how foolish!) remarked not long since that he
had proved to his dissatisfaction that it makes little difference
to some girls whether you tell them "what you think of them"
or "how much you really think of them." Now we can
sccrccly withhold our sympathies from that mistreated fel
The Scientific students have at last taken a step in the
right direction. In the organization of a scientific association
among the two higher classes they will have a valuable aid
to laboratory and field work. Discussing problems which arc
brought forward in class and by the leading scientists of the
country, they can better keep abreast of the rapid progress of
There has been no little stir occasioned by the announce
ment that John Green has a huge joke on someone, which he
is saving against a rainy day. The farm boys, just like every
one else we have seen lately, think the joke is on them. Well
maybe it is, but John says that considering everything, their
unsophisticated state, and the fact that he never had a joke on
them anyhow, it wouldn't be best to risk a good tough one on
hem just yet.
The Y. M. C. A. convention has come and gone. It is to
be hoped lhat some good may result from' it in our institution.
This was a meeting for students and college men to show how
the work ought to be done in colleges. What we want now is
to go to work and act on the suggestions given us. There
ought to be at least one hundred members of our association,
and wc can get them if we choose to seek for them We know
how now and let us do something!
At a meeting of the members of the Junior and Senior class,
es in the scientific course held in the chemical library Saturday,
Nov. 6, a constitution and By-laws were adopted, forming the
Scientific Club of the University of Nebraska, after which
the following officers were elected: President, Elton Fulmer;
Vice-Pres., Miss Flora Baker; Secretary, Miss Helen Aughey;
Custodian, Anson H. Bigclow; Treasurer, F. W. Kramer,
The president-elect then appointed as executive committee,
J. R. Schofield, Miss Fannie Baker and C. W. Bigelow. Ad
journed to meet Saturday, Nov. 20th at 3 p. m.
Guernsey Jones, son of Rev. J. A. Jones of this city is now
a member of the Freshman class just beginning a course at
the State University at Berkeley. The young man is a grad
uate of the Valejo High School, and the course followed-
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