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Vol. II. Lincoln, Nebraska, November 8, 1893. No. 3.
Tl-IE NliDBRASKAN students who must use the library is so great
"n 1 . ... ., ". . . , ; " ; that it is usually more than full. If the
A Semi-Monthly Paper Issued at the University orNcbraska room is U8ec, n8 u gencrnl sludy room
Entered as second-class mail matter. the lack of ventilation makes it so close that
noAHD ok KniTORsi ls impossible for anyone to do justice to his
A E. Montmorkkcy Editor-in-Chief work. There are always several recitation
i?" .IT T? rooms emPty mid it is much to be desired
J. II. Johnston :. Athletic , . , , , , .
I. H. Hati'iucd Lnw that they be used to study in, in preference
W. h. Wkstkrmann Exchange to the library.
Miss Martha Burks, )
Miss IIkmw Grrgorv, Local
L. C. 011KRM8S, rry, 1 1 u 1 J' i ..
II. G.Whitmork Business Manager Thanksgiving is only three weeks distant
- - - . . ln(j jt js time that every one began to make
A Representative College Paper. t , . , V. . c
2 arrangements to go to Omaha with the foot
Subscription $1.00 per year, if paid before January 1, ba t T h w fe j t threo
1893, otherwise $1.50 .
, AH subscriptions will be continued until ordered hundred University people at the game to
stopped. encourage the boys in their certain victory
, , over Iowa. Aside from the aid it would give
(EOltonal. the Athletic association and the foot-ball
team, it would advertise the University, and
The political clubs of the University seem ln opportunity to do that never ought to be
to be dead. It evidently takes the excite- lost- Omaha has had in the past a rather
ment of a presidential election to keep them Poor opinion of the Uni. This prejudice is
alive. This is not as it should be. It looks beginning to disappear and a big, enthusias-
too much as if the members of the clubs were tic crowd of students at the Thanksgiving
more interested in carrying a torch and yell- Sa,ne would help to kill it. Thanksgiving
ing for a candidate than in studying the po- dinner at home is il god deal t0 miss' but '
Itical situation and the best interest of the they have pretty good dinners in Omaha and
country. The election of a state supreme it's not very long till Christmas anyway. Let,
judge and three regents of tbe University ua show the PeoPle of mahil that we have
ought to be enough to interest the voters ot orc colleffe Pirit tUan thc' have SiVen us
tho University and cause a lively campaign cdit in the Past- Ail-aboard for Omaha.
in student circles.
Mr. Waterman, of Doane, has our sincere .
There was a time in the history of the U. apologies. In our last issue it was insinu-
of N. when one could go into the library and ated that Mr. W. was the worst and most nn-
commune with his soul in solitude. Students fair foot ball umpire that the world had ever
used to be urged to use the reading room, seen. We were mistaken. We spoke in
Tanpora mnhwtnr. It is now necessary to haste and in the conceit of a new experience,
request those who are not using library books There are depths of perfidy which Mr. W.
to use some oth-jr room, The number ot has never reached. Since that Doane game
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