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AT THE UNIVERSITY
ADDRESSES THE STUDENTS.
Mi W P Nicholson Irish evangelist ian the gauntlet of University students' satire at the Union Hall during the lunch-hour yestei day when he addressed a large meeting of
undei gi nduates
Befoie the meeting began many young men temporal Hy clouded a portion of the hall by vigorously smoking pipes and cigarettes
Mr Nicholson said that when he was a young man he had piobably taken a slmllai view of life to thal tiken by the youno; men of to-day but expeilcnce had told him it was all wrong There were certain things to be learned about the power of Christ that onlv this experience could teach People were very
much like the Irishman who boasted that he could resist anything but temptation
You young men talk about the Joys of this world" he said 'but experience will tell you they don t last You talk about the champagne you have had overnight and discovei that it is nothing to the sham pain you have in the head in the morning "
Oh, Mr Nicholson ' inteijected a student as he blew a whiff of tobacco smoke up-
M Nicholson told the story of Little Tich the comedian who in his best days íeceived £700 a week to make people laugh Visiting a Hat ley-street specialist he informed him he was disconsolate and unhappy and felt at times like t?klng his own life The specialist gave the comedian an oveihaul and also an unexpected \erdlct There is nothing the matter with you oiganically" the specialist said Go to the music hall and hear Little Tich and if he doesn't cheei you out of yourself nothing will "_