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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1888)
THE HESPERIA N.
published by law, and hence he has had a new edition printed
at his own expense which will be on sale.
The University studies. Appearing in No. i, Vol. I,
dollar I, and stimulating Robertson to write a rival article on
the "Advisibility of dropping a verb class in Fiench namely,
the irregular veib class."
Russell. In the sand hills, training a plug to make a race
horse, and going to countiy dances. By the way, when he
got home he found his best girl mauicd to a saloon keeper.
Take warning and don't fool with him.
Webber. Eating "doctoied" watermelons until he didn't
know his own clothes. He also made full use of Sunday
nights to such an extent that wc began to look upon him as a
Hardined sinner. Occastonly in his Lucyd intervals when he
is not troubled so by vaiicd hallucinations, sphitual or other
wise, he acts as the noblest prohib among them all.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. N. Fletcher President
Miss Minnie Moore Vice-President
H. llcfllcmnu Recording Secretary
D. D. Forsyth Music Secretary
Miss Edna Bullock Ass't Music Secretary
Laura Haggard Critic
T. H. Maisland Treasurer
E. B. Graham Corresponding Secretary
C. W. Bigclow 1, esident
Miss Nellie Clenen Vice-Pi esident
F. W. Russell Secretary
L. R. Holmes Critic
Misses Hyatt and Pound Sergeants at Arms
Miss Rachael Mauley President
Clark F. Anslcy Vice Piesident
Miss Hattie M. Cuilis Secretary
L. S. Storrs f Treasuier
W. L. Stephens Critic
Ed. C. Lewis Seigeaiit at Arms
Well, lieie we nie again.
Now is the time to subsciibi'.
A coin dodgei- the prohibitionist.
W. C. Knight visited his alma matur Sept 15.
The voice ol the niliscriptimi agent is heard in tho land.
Thcie is nothing small about the Senior lints except what
is in them when In use.
Buy of ouradeit!seis and lull them you saw llieii adver
tisement ill Till'. llKSI'liKIA.N.
Miss Grace Pershing went to Valentine July 4 i. dulivei
the recitation ol the occasion.
Tilings easily passed over the hedges sui rounding the
college farm walei melon patch.
Russell is electing English litei.ituie because he can get
six nice volumes ol Chaucer for S3. 50.
G. A. Bceehei is now teaching in Keainey. It is doubtful
whether he evei letuins to school again.
J G. II. Rogcis, one of our alumni, aceoiding to Judge
Mason, has gone to Columbia tostudy law.
A new law has been made which forbids .1 student to
Make, study, legistei foi, 01 pursue" moie than twenty hours
per week. This was thought necessary to prevent the stu
dents killing themselves.
The office was used as a store loom by everyone in town
for base ball and tennis goods this summer.
Conway McMillan, '85, has an article in fhe Chicago
Current on "Amciican Authors and British Reviewers."
Students, patronize the merchants, who advertise in Tin:
Hksit.rian; it will be money in your pocket and will help us.
'We have met the students and they are ours." Annual.
Now let the dollars be planked down and let the work go on.
Some books of college songs have turned up. The warb
lets will warble, cage them and discourage them how you
If the authorities think it is a pleasure to drill in the
high grass on the west fide, just let them go out there and
Well, now, Stephens is laid up too! Of couise a sprained
ankle is the cause. However it happened is more than we
A number of students visited a prize light in town a few
days since. Another example of the advantages of a. higher
Webber and Kramer, the prohibitionists, came out photo
graphically and biographically in the New Republic of
The janitoiial force of one seems unable to clean out the
100ms and make them presentable. The dust in the morn
ings is dreadful.
One of the first things the new student should do after
paying Si for Tub Hksit.kian for one year is to make the
acquaintance of Mr. John Green.
H. N. Pound has accepted a position as Professor Besscy's
assistant i:i botany. This is owing to the increased work of
the professor as acting chancellor.
Mr. Marsland has been forced to postpone the beginning
of his school work because of sickness. At this writing he is
on the mend and expects to be in school soon.
We understand that Professor Hunt met the ex chanc.
on the street one day, and, after passing, turned around and
called out "Say, Chancellor, what are you doing now?"
It is said that the authorities nie endeavoring to induce
Mr. John Green to accept the chnir of political economy.
The Seniors have been walling anxiously for his letter ol
The latest on Aliny is pretty good. Fearing that the girls
would inspect the column of ages in the military register he
signs his age 17. Upon looking back two years they found ii
22. Not quite eligible.
There is a box of nialeiial belonging lo somebody down
in the office which is a menagerie and circus in itself. Never
mind wailing for Barnuni, but come down and see it that is
if you aie chniactcri.ed by a sound constitution.
Of all the embryo mustaches which appealed at opening
chapel, Fletcher's was decidedly the worst. He seems to
have peicieved this, and it is now minus. Almy's is all
right. There aie no Hies on that it,s too small.
We hfar that Michael, Raphael and Gabiiel may theii
tubes increase -congregated themselves together in a pio
cathediiil and theie anathematized, cast foith and excommu
nicated all those who did not pai take of the sacrament in
their piesence. The non-conloimist,. who aie thus sulTeiing
beneath the ban of llie IMy Roman (?) Empiie weie sinci
seen sullused as to theii countenances with a ihuudei cloud.
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