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Senate Items . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

Senate Items . President Wadsworth has called two meetings of the senate since the last issue of THE ILLINI . At its first meeting the message of the president of the college government was presented and read . President McKay refers to the past prosperity of the college government , the confidence placed in it by the great body of students and its favorable prospect of future success . He answers the most serious objections by saying that , if it has failed to accomplish at any time in the past the end for which it was instituted , the fault lies with the administration and not with the mode of government . He next referred to the indebtedness of the government and recommended two plans by which this could be removed . The first , that an assessment be made upon the whole body of students , said assessment to be collected at the polls at the time of election ; second , that we call upon the faculty to pay the required sum . President McKay strongly advocates the former plan . The s...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

Mrs . WM , TIPPETT , Oswego , N . Y ., ys : —I have worn an Improved Excel- ) r Kidney Pad about three weeks , and ive received great relief from it for pain the back . — See Adv .

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COLLEGE DRIFT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

COLLEGE DRIFT . EXCHANGES . Oberlin Review contains many good things . We read with pleasure the essay on Swift . We cannot commend , however , the Supposed Soliloquy of Herbert Lindsay , the English Ticket-of-Leave Man . Lindsay is represented as crying out against the worlds injustice , and meditating suicide , which he finally commits . In that representation the writer attempts the tragic , but attains merely the bombastic . The Educational Weekly contains an article headed The Dead Languages Dying . The paradox is : If a thing is dead how can it be dying ? If a thing is dying , how can it be dead ? It can be reconciled . All life must die , but in effect it still lives ; then , if while living we are dying , and when dead we yet live ; there is death after death , and life after life . It must be so . Where is thy sting , O , Death ; O , Grave , where is thy victory ? Whether the little wheel or the big one will win the race when old Judge Time stops his watch we cannot say ; b...

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THE COLLEGE WORLD . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

THE COLLEGE WORLD . Cricket is the game at Haverford college . Princeton is to have a new chapel , costing $ 100 , 000 . Ft costs fifteen dollars at Cornell for a student to toot his horn . Hanover College , Indiana , the oldest in the state , has lately admitted ladies to its privileges .. Cambridge college , England , has decided to drop Greek from its list of required studies . -- . Ex . Bowdoin has a new curriculum which makes Wednesday and Saturday afternoons half-holidays . President White , at present minister to Berlin , is expected to resume his college duties next spring . Professor Bell , of Telephone celebrity , has been made a member of the faculty of Johns Hopkins University . —Ex . Harvard and Yale used to have annual billiard matches at Worcester , Massachusetts , twenty years ago . —Tar gum . The girls at Mt . Holyoke are to have a spyglass and observatory which will cost $ 10 , 000 . They will now , very likely , try to flirt with the man in the moon . Failures of ...

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KNICK-KNACKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

KNICK-KNACKS . History does not relate that Adam and Ev <§ i obtained their sweets by raising cane . -- . E * . I | j A Massachusetts boy , about as high as th | counter , came into a book store , recently , andjf asked for a book for ten cents with a murder inj it . —JE * . 1 There came a young man to Cornell , 1 Who couldnt pass when he came to the spelljl But in the course of a week , a With the aid of his cheek , He married an Ithica belle .--. E » . Teacher : Suppose that you have two stick ™ of candy , and your big brother gives you two ! more , how many will you have then ? Little boy , ( shaking his head ) : You dont know him 11 he aint that kind of a boy . -Ex . I I say , maam , said a man on a country road , • did you see a bycicle pass here , just now ? ! No , I didnt see any kind of a sickle , mister ! but just now I seed a wagon-wheel runnin awayfi with a pair of legs and a linen collar . You kin believe it or not . I wouldnt if I hadnt seed itl myself . —Com...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY . Fall Term , 1 SS 0 . STUDENTS GOVERNMENT . EXECUTIVE . President , F . M . McKay . Vice-President , J . G . Wadsworth . Secretary , A . M . Bridge . Treasurer , Miss Elsie Elliott . Marshal , S . Philbrick . JUDICIARY . Chief Justice , W . A . Mansfield . ist Ass ct . Justice , T . Todd . 2 nd H . W . Bringhurst . Pros . Attorney , J . H . Morse . LEGISLATIVE . President , J . G . Wadsworth . Vice-President , A . O . Coddington . Secretary , F . L . Hill . Asst . Secy ., W . K . Mason . SENATE . \ . Boothby , i ; T . C . Hill , i ; E . Philbrick , i ; Vliss C . F . Lewis , I ; J . C . Dressor , i ; Miss May Eteed , i ; F . D . Rugg , I ; F . L . Hill , 2 ; A . E . Da- / is , 2 ; C . S . Hubbell , 2 ; Miss L . K . Elder , 2 ; E . H . Swasey , 2 ; A . O . Coddington , 2 ; W . K . Mason , 3 ; B . F . Bullard , 3 ; A . J . Eisenmayer , 3 ; G . W . Richards , 3 ; Miss Marietta Davis , 3 ; Miss Fron , ia Cole , 3 ; Miss Arvilla Raley , 3 ; D . C . Hudgens , 2 . ILLI...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

Chas . Smith s dining and lunch room is just the place to take your friends . 1 : tf Remember , you can buy in boots and shoes of I . B . Arnold , Champaign , from ten to twenty-five per cent cheaper than of any other house in the county . 1 : tf COFFEEN has anthracite , two kinds of Du Quoin , and other very cheap and good coals ; will deliver them promptly ,

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

PHOTOGRAPHY . —Let every new student who wants first-class work call at Naughton s , over Philadelphia Store , Champaign . 1 : tf

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

FOR THE BEST FITTING CLOTHING IN BUSINESS OR DRESS SUITS , CALL ON STERN BROTHERS . The latest styles of Soft and Stiff Hats . A great variety of the finest Furnishing Goods on hand . S 3 , MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN . MILLINERY . I KEEP ON HAND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY GOODS ; ALSO SILKS , SATINS AND VELVETS FOR DRESS-TRIMMINGS . KATE COLLINS , MAIN STREET , - URBANA . FOR A PLEASURE RIDE , call on I . I . MALLISTER . He will furnish you a first-class hack cheap enough to suit the times . Also to and from evening entertainments at the University . ESTABIJISHBB I 3 ST 1857 . SCHWEIZER & WOODY , 35 AND 37 , MAIN STKEET , CHAMPAIGN , MERCHANT TAILORS , CLOTHIERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS The only place in the city where you can procure a genuine govt standard uniform . FRED . BOLLMAN , dealer in GROCERIES , QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE , ETC . First door north of Coady & Regan s , CHAMPAIGN . SCHOOL BOOKS gJJ ^ Q DRUGS AND AND STATIONERY . T ~) QTJBI E NOTIONS - HEADQUAR...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880

6 W DUSTR , AL % % URBANA , CHAMPA ^ N COUNT Y T ILLINOIS THE STATE UNIVERSITY . COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS LABORATORIES THE SEVERAL D EPARTMENTS COMPRISE : I . The College of Agriculture . II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineering , of Civil and Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistrv , of Natural History , and of Domestic Science . n 1 ^ . Tk * A S ° f 8 e f Literature af . S » en ^ ^ eluding the schools of English and Modern Languages and of Ancient Languages Besides these there are the Schools of Art and Design , and of Military tactics . MECHANICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL . These laboratories are amply equipped with machinery and appliances . The iron and wood working machinery is almost constantly in action , driven by steam power . The engine is sixteen nominal horse-power , of the automatic or variable cut-off pattern . The line of iron shafting is seventy-two feet long ....

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

The season of mists and mellow fruitiilness has gone by , and winter has alnost reached us . • The cold days are welome whenever they choose to come . » Vith all their unpleasant sharpness they ire still the only ones which have the : rispness of true holiday weather . When now rings under foot , it reminds the plodling student that there are two holiday veeks soon to be here . But sooner than his there is that old-fashioned but evermessed Thanksgiving Day . In spite of wlitical movements and cares of state , President Hayes has not forgotten to beitow a day of thanksgiving upon us . This lay is expected with other feelings by the itudent who has school cares crowding : lose ! v upon each side of it , and who is ar away from home , than when in other years it was attended with a reunion of relatives and friends . But still it is wel- : omed gladly by him . It is a day on which he is bound to be happy if there is any possible chance of being so . . The high walls of the dormitory hav...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

THE ILLINI , PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY , BY THE STUDENTS . BOARD OF EDITORS : C . H . DENNIS , 81 , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . KISS M . M . I . MACKNET , 8 I , A . N . TALBOT , * 8 I , Literary . College . . G . WADSWORTH , 82 , C . W . PALMER , 82 , Local . Exchanges . J . H . MORSE , 8 i , BUSINESS MANAGER . TERMS : One year , $ 1 . 50 ; single copies , ten cents . Articles for insertion should be sent to the Editor-in- ? hief , and all business communications to the Business Manager , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS , NOVEMBER 17 , 1880 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

We think that the members of the different societies should try to hit upon some method by which the society programmes might be made shorter and more interesting . There is evidently something wrong with the way the meetings are now carried on . In the first place the programmes are too long . This in itself is not so bad as the evils to which it gives rise . It necessitates the performing of duties by all the members once every two weeks , so that the frequency of appearance makes them careless , both in preparation and delivery . If the programmes were made shorter , thus giving each member at least three weeks for preparation , we think a marked improvement would appear in the quality of the productions ; for not only would there be more time allowed , but there would be an increased incentive to do painstaking work . In a short programme a poor production is more noticeable than in a long one , and would therefore be more carefully guarded against . But here comes in the object...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

The present college term is not only the longest of the year , but it is also the one in which as a rule the hardest and most satisfactory work is done . We think that there are two reasons why this last is so . The first is that the students are fresh and full of vigor after the summers rest , and , therefore , are more in earnest with their study than they are when week after week of college work has passed , and the daily and almost hourly grind has become an old story . A second reason undoubtedly is that in other terms there is more excitement , and interruptions in the regular routine of study and recitation are more frequent . Then if the fall term is the dullest , as students generally think , it is also the most profitable from the good that is gained in the direct line of college study . A good standing in ones classes is particularly desirable now , as there is nothing else to be obtained that is praiseworthy or even honorable .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

It is all right to study and work hard while at college , but it is not right to do nothing else than this . The feeling of dissatisfaction with ones self which comes at times to the best of students , does not come from the knowledge that some duty is left undone , but does come , in great part , from the unknown fact that the duty of recreation which is owed to himself has been slighted . The student who mopes in dull corners , striving to keep himself company , or to gain something like perfection in his lessons , is in a bad way . He may be a genius , but , if so , he is an unpleasant one to himself and to everyone else . The student needs exercise and cheerful associations . Without these he soon becomes an unhealthy , despondent , and wholly p itiable creature . He finds no comfort in himself or in his work ; in fact , he is possessed with a feeling of utter hopelessness . Within the last three weeks a senior at Cornell has committed suicide from no other apparent reason than ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

The subject of theses is beginning t agitate the minds of the seniors ; and iti high time that it should do so . The wvil ing of an original thesis on a subject whic has been carefully investigatad can not h hastily done . That it may be of value a ter it is written , it must record rhe result of an extended r . nd thoughtful study of tli subject of which it treats . All this can n < be done in a few weeks . Those of tli seniors who have not already chosen tli subjects out of which they propose I evolve their theses should do so at once , ( at least within a very short time . The let their thoughts and their stud y lead I these during their spare hours , until the theses come forth complete and satisfa tory , both to themselves and to their pr < fessors . We know that a number of tl seniors have already been at work ft some time gathering facts with which I enrich their theses . They are shining e : amples of prudence and wisdom , at should be imitated quickly ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

. We are pleased with Lieutenant Wood s method of instructing the military class . His idea seems to be to make the study of tactics as practical and interesting as possible . The many ways which he takes to vary the usual monotony of lecture room work are ingenious and effective . The half davs spent in instructing the junior class in target exercise should certainly make those officers who compose it more ready to do the hard work of the battalion which falls upon them . The privates in the companies are also thankful for a commander who sometimes gives them a change from company drill to the harder but more novel skirmish and platoon movements . Perhaps the frequenters of the awkward squad do not exactly enjoy the Lieutenant s mode of having it conducted , but . nevertheless , this has the effect of keeping them from making it a place of pleasant resort .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 17 November 1880

In our last number there appeared personal accusations against two juniors who , at the time of its publication , were believed to have been proven guilty of aiding in supply ing the senior tree with tar and feathers . Since then these gentlemen have shown that the accusation was false . This being so , we can honorably do nothing but feel and say that we have done them a deep injustice by our over-confi-dent words . We do this with pleasure , although it places upon us the shadow , at least , of unreliability and untruth . But we would rather , by far , have this occur than have our unjust words , which were words of honest belief at the time they were written . and printed , stand uncontradicted . At the University we have had no warmer friends than Mr . Wadsworth and Mr . Bridge , and the thought that we have caused them wrongfully not only an noyance , but even severe mental pain , is a sad one to us . We are willing to do all in our power to make amends . But to the junior clas...

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