Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, November 15, 1889, Page 7, Image 7
THE HESPERIAN. v f "X 5 I , i 4i STRAY PICK-UPS. Company C is Drown on both ends. "Professor, I am present." Roy Wheeler. Our janitor is something of a poet himself. Paul Burleigh, '93, visited friends in Omaha Inst week. Ask French how he got even ntxt day after the social. " Schell's ma and pa came up last Saturday to sec after their little hoy. Mnghce, Sr., is running an opposition to Gillespie's moustache. .The department of Latin recieved a valuable collection of hooks week. The girls like Zoology 'cause the proressor tells them such nice stories. J. N. Plumb, formerly ol '91, is attending the medical col lege at Iowa City. Miss Mary 1). Holmes visited her many friends at the Uni versity last week. George Hippec Rogers, '88 is again in the city and attended the societies last Friday night. The Lieutenant sometimes excuses Barkley from drill and invites him to supper with him. F. E. Bishop, '92, was confined to his room the past week by an attack of malarial fever. J. A. Darras, '91, now located at. Council Binds, la., was in the city a few days last week. Ask TcfTt about the woman he sprinkled, or rather poarcd upon, from the second story window. Sergeant-Major. "Squad, count fours." Awkward Squad. "One! two! three! four! five! six!" Miss Moore took her art history class to the senate chamber and explained the exhibit to them. Miss Minnie DePue, '92 was detained at her home on ac count of illness, a few days' week before last. The military companies look like companies when they get their full quota from the awkward squad. Baron has announced his change in politics, he no longer believes in woman suffrage, and can tell you why. Llew Bryan returned from a visit to his home in Iowa on last Friday. He will probably remain in the city. George L. Palmer, '93, left school last week for Omaha, where he will assist his father in business this year. George Fosslcr, who went cast to study medicine, was com pelled by sickness to return to his home in this city. One of the electric lamps in the armory refused to burn till that mysterious man Bigelow had an interview with it. Miss Anna and Belle Rogers have returned from their European tour, and are again hard at work in the University. Concrete floors are being laid in the basement of Grant Memorial Hall and it may be that the rooms are to be put to some use. Judge R. D. Church, '89, disturbed the tranquility of the reading-room, shaking hands with his numerous friends, last Wednesday. Efforts are being made to establish a club among the students whereby gold watches may be obtained at the rate of $35 each and the money to be paid in weekly instalments of one dollar. For rurthcr particulars call on Till'. Hksi'KKIAN Business Manager. Boun. To Mr. and Mrs B. F. Johnson on November 5, a fine boy. The grandchildren of our alma mater are becoming quite numerous. The Hksperian office has been lately decorated with sam ple picture of the late cane rush and also with view of the Un iversity buildings. Junior translating German: "I love a girl in the castle." Professor "Well, maybe you do, but that isn't a proper trans lation of the passage. '' One of the objections to the suspension of chapel exercises is that the boys miss the opportunity of seeing the girls to ar range for Friday night. Sheldon, quite enthusiastic over society matters. "I sat inthc reading room and just ached for an introduction to some of those new girls." Ralph Johnson is a runner and no mistake. He says there were 401 First Preps out the night of the second prep social, but they didnt catch him. Ilaydcn, the photographer, is now prepared to make those little stamp photos, so neat to use on visiting cards, letter heads etc. Call around and investigate. Miss Nellie Scott, a former student of the University, is visiting among us. Judging from her countenance we sur misc that she likes fun as well as of yore. If you are a walking German dictionary and encyclopedia, you may hope for success in the German class; if not you had better drop out before you are dropped out. ' "Klein" Polk, '88, accompanied by a disagreeable snow storm, visited the University, on November 1, where once he was wont to commit many a mischievous prank. Students must remember that in hunting rooms in the main building the the even numbers are cast of the middle hallway, and the odd numbers west of that hallway. Selah! Professor Kingsley, feeling himself responsible for the ac tions of the skeleton used in the physiology class, begged Hicks' pardon when one of the bony feet kicked htm. Our political editor, John B. Fogarty, went home to vote. He did not want to waste his influence in a place where the democrats were pretty sure to be snowed under anyway. We did not think that Wagner went to Omaha to attend the Y. M. C. A. convention, but changed our mind when wc saw him down on his knees before a young lady of Omaha. The Freshman class have organized two foot-ball teams, and will purchase a ball of their own. They expect to he able to pick out a team that will make a record in inter-class games. The Freshman class, to an indefinite number and quantity of noise, expects to invade the rural seclusion of the Wesleyan tonight, (if this paper is out on time) otherwise, "last Friday night." Our friend, the Janitor, is pretty good natured, but it is our opinion that the literary societies, or debating clubs cither, should not impose on this unusual element in a janitor of the U. ofN. D. W. Bush will start, in a day or two, for a western trip He will visit Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, 'Frisco, Berkley, San Jose, and Salt Lake, as well as intermediate points of in terest, before he returns. Jack Chowins, Professor Brace's mechanic during Inst year, has just returned from England where he has been for some mouths past taking photographs. He resumes his fonrier po sition in the physics department.