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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA; NOVEMBER 15. 1S91.
Issued semi-monthly by the Hi:sikrian Publishing Associ
ation, ol the Universit y of Nebraska.
GEORGE L. SHELDON, '92, Managing Editor.
JAMES A. HARKLEY, '92, -C.
C. MARLAY, '93, -
j Local and
J. L. MARSHALL, Jr., '93, Alumni, Former Studknts
F. D. HYDE, '92, -C.
M. SKILES, '92,
N. II. 11ARR, '93, I
J. C. PORTERFIELD, '92,
PAUL PIZEY, '93,
E. M. POLLARD, Husinkss Managers.
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PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
F. D. Hyde, Pres. Miss Vbsta Grey, Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY UNION LITERARY SOCIETY.
Geo. L'. Sheldon, Pres. N. U. Bark, Sec'y.
DELI AN LITERARY SOCIETY.
Miss Lura Stockton, Pres. Miss Ida Matthews, Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY V. M C. A.
N. B. Barr, Pres. L. E. Troycx, Sec'y.
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A.
Miss Lulu Green, Pres. Miss Elizaiieth Field, Sec'y.
J. II. JoiiNSTON,Prcs. Paul Colson, Sec'y.
It is sincerely hoped that the chancellor's iq ist
in regard to persons calling at his office before thry
go sauntering through ihe halls, knocking on the
various doors in search of some student, will be
strictly observed. If matters are so pressing that a
body cannot wait fifteen, twenty, or even thirty min
utcs, then, of course, permission may be granted. Bit,
unless such is the case, let the recitation go on undis
turbed. Continued interruption during a recitation
is annoying and. a nui&niicc to both students and pro
fessor. It is hoped that this rcipie-t will pr ditto
some reflections on the par? f the prowling halntc.
Paul Pizey, Vicc-Pres: Geo. L. Sheldon, Sec'y.
F. C. Kesyo::, Pres. Miss Rosa Bouiun, Sec'y,
The sentiment in George W. Danvcr.V article on
the accredited high school system seems not to have
been approved by some of his fellow alumni. In
this issue of The Hesperian, we publish the views
of other members of the university alumni.
It is not our intention to comment upon this
subject ; but we willingly publish whatever anyone
has to say concerning the system. If our university
accredited system is faulty or wrong, then it i for the
best interests of the university that such should bo
known in order that whatever faults there may be,
may be properly adjusted. If, on the contrary, the
accredited system is eminently the proper thing, then
that fact should be thoroughly set forth.
The students have ample reasons for rejoicing
over the increased library facilities. In addition to
the already liberal library privileges, the students
may now have the pleasure of loitering in the library
five evenings of the week from 7 to 10 o'clock p. m.
The students have long wish for such a privilege", and
will, no doubt, take due advantage of the same.' We
believe that we express the sentiments of every stud
ent in extending most hetirty thanks to the faculty
for bringing about tins change.
The library will be in die efficient charge of Miss
Green during the eveniugs, when it will be used only
as a library of reference. Since the number of stud
ents have increased, the classes are so large that there
are not enough books on a single subject to supply
each member of the class. Two or three members
of the class will not be able to monopolize the refer
ence books any longer. The faculty are always
ready to adopt measures and make those changes
thai are most beneficial to the students,
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