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ceases u sciiciuc in uic rcnuing ruum. t. muc less wruui
would be aroused, to say the least. Perhaps Miss Mullock
will accept the humble suggestion, to sing the hymns in the
hymn-book, instead of persistently warbling:
"When I was a student at Lincoln,
I belonged to the P. G. D. C."
Such a hymn is appropriate in all places and at all times save
In the chapel at 10:30 a. m. It may be policy for future
senior classes to avoid tackling any buzz saw in the shape of
commencement orators. LaMastcr must never again send an
Italian peddler of china poodles into the library. The in-coming
editors will be pleased if more of the co-eds visit THE
Hesperian office at least three times a day. Fogarty should
relieve himself of his scrapping propensities. The faculty
may do it for him sometime. Yc younger students beware!
That peculiar cage recently placed in the hall on the second
floor was built for )Our especial use. It is said that Miss
Smith has been directed to confine all disorderly preps therein.
If any further advice or suggestions arc needed consult the
PRODROMUS ESSENTIALIUM ET ACCESSORIUM
UNIVERSITATIS NEBRASKENSIS CU-
Sub Kingdom i. Rustleres.
class i. practici.
Order I. Redtapeit.
1. Macrobarbus highmonkeynvuekoides.
2. Microbarbus Wcstpointcnsis (extinct).
Order ii.- Ilistoryeaceae.
3. Synopticus roaster, I. J. M.
4. Anthropomorphus minimus.
CLASS II. TIIEORETICI.
ORDER II. Scondopiihlogomaniacophyciariaetae.
5. Auctor midnightoiliensis.
6. Translator Sanskriticus.
Order iv. Preplvora.
7. Duphor ignorans.
8. Dud us spcctacularis.
9. Negator xyzensis.
CLASS II ORDINES ANOMALI.
Order v. Moustachaceae.
10. Dcfunctialbus dubitatus.
11. Zoologicus iniVus.
Order vi. Ornamentaceae.
12. Microsaurus flunkator Parisiensis.
13. Supcrtogatus damsclophilus.
SUB-KlNGDOM II. EXCENTRICES.
CLASS I. FOSSILES.
Order vii. Bossaceae (syn. Dignitariaceac).
14. Mighmonkeymuckius spectroides (extinct) B. !!??.
OSDER VIII. Cassicaeeae.
16. Philobascballus castaneus.
17. Markemallninetyus philosophoides, I. J. M.
ORDER IX. Mathemacaceat.
19. Mathcmacado precminens.
20. Mathcmacadjunctus subordinatus.
CLASS II. ANIMATES.
Order .-Ph. Daceae, Whoop.
21. Poleconimus Johnshopkinsensis.
22. Lupus Bcrolinensis.
ORDER XI. Laboratoraceae.
23. Chloratus cquipondcro-concatinens.
Sub-Kingdom I. Nondescriptks.
class 1. iiardtodetermines.
26. Tobaccophilus vociferous.
27. Draco librarii.
Order XH. Biggunatenc
28. Bacteriomauiacus swine-plagueiae.
29. Grasshoppcrius atticus.
CLASS II. MISCELLANOFUNCTIONARIt.
Order xiv. Ci.
30. Smocor nicotinac.
31. Fiddlor parvocorpulophilus.
Order xv. Duxaccae.
32. Parvocorpula pianoforta.
33. Sphinx studii.
Sub-Kingdom II. Janitorks.
class 1. thuges.
Order xvi. Manprhidayae.
35. Longishanx potatobug.
Order xvii. Chumpaceae
36. Loaphor militarius.
37. Broomifer elongatus.
, class 11. terraedespotes.
38. Bos omnipotens.
39. Kickor icthyocellus.
STUA Y PICK-UPS.
The battalion now drills but once a week.
Miss Martha Smith returned to school this term.
Miss Sprague of Ohio is visiting Miss Cora Smith.
L. A. Chaplin, a former 'Sgcr, is in Lincoln recently.
Beecher Cornell was seen around the halls last week.
The Palladians had a rousing meeting last Friday night.
E. O. Lewis, '84, is holding a clerkship in the legislature.
Miss Fanny Hunt has not yet returned to school this
Lea Travis, a last year student, is clerking for A. T. Lem
ing & Co.
J. S. Pcery of Salt Lake City is a new student in the
J. B. Fogarty was seen around the halls during the last
Charles Gregory is taking a special course in the Univer
sity this term.
John Silvernail of Kcurney was down at the opening of
The Palladian Chase and Wheeler contest will be held
in the chapel Saturday evening, January 26. There are six
J contestants and a close race for the prize is predicted.