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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 15. 1890.
Issued semi-monthly by the IIksvkaian Publishing Associ
ation, of the University of Nebraska.
JOHN B. FOG ARTY, Editor-in-Chief.
T. F. A. WILLIAMS, '92, -J.
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of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.
PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
W. T. Brown, Pros. F. D. Hyde, Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY UNION LITERARY SOCIETY.
A. M. Troyer, Prcs. G. L. Sheldon, Sec'y.
" DELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
John U. Fooakty, Prcs. Miss Lura A. Stockton. Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
A. M. TliOYER, Pres. N. B. EARR, Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY Y. V. C. A.
Miss Fannie Baker, Prcs. nMiss E. Merrill, Sec'y.
, . SCIENTIFIC CLUB.
Herbert Marsland, Pres.
A. C. Cope, Sec'y.
Fred Hyde, Pres. Misa Josie Treeman, Sec'y,
MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB.
C. E. Tingley, Pres.
HAT has happened to the Sophomorian f Is ' 93
less enterprising than '92?
LASS wars are becoming exciting. When the
members of the two lower college classes sit
up all night in order that the one may not steal a
march on the other, it begins to look as if there is an
abundance of class spirit.
T is to be hoped that everyone who obtains a
vjR copy of this paper will read the article on the li
brary. This article is in the "Miscellany'' depart
ment and contains muchofinteresttoall who are con
nected with the University or who have an interest
HE gymnasium is well patronized by the stu
dents. It is to be hoped that interest in it will
not die out. The much desired opportunity for
physical culture has at length been secured and we
may now hope for better work in the class rooms.
T is to be hoped that when another building is
(11 erected on our campus there will be enough
room to supply all the literary societies that are doing
good work, with suitable quarters. It is of the high
est importance that students should receive training
in the literary societies and for this reason the fac
ulty should encourage the efforts of all the societies
and treat all in the same manner. This is not in
tended as a complaint for treatment in the past be
cause we know what was the situation. But if there
is to be a new building, it seems to us that it would
be a good thing to set aside a part of it for the literary
df S election time approaches we take this opportu
gpjV nity to remind the students and friends of the
University that they should take the trouble to ex
plain to their acquaintances in the different parts of
the state that the lapid growth of the University de
mands that there should be provisions made for the
erectf on of a new library building at the next session