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UNIVERSITY of NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, DEC EMBER 22, 1S92.
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PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
1. M. Pollard, Pres. G. I. Babcock, Sec'y.
U o UN1VERS'TY UNION LITERARY SOCIETY.
H A. Senter, Pres. Miss WIlla Catiier, Sec'y.
DELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
1 m Pizev, Pres. Miss Lincola Groat, Sec'y.
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John L. Marshall, J r , Pres. H. A, Senter, Secy.
w n UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A.
"ss Uess,e Merhill, Pres. Miss Emma Boose, Secy.
t tt , ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
J- H. Johnston, Pres. C. E. Tefft, Sec'y.
Ph.. t ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION.
nvL P,ZEY- J' Chas F. Stroman, Secy.
U a n SCIENTIFIC CLUB.
1 A Center, Pres. H G. Barber, Secy.
C P C UNIVERSITY DEBATING CLUB.
U 6trman, Pres. Miss Vesta Grey. Secy.
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GRAHAM, Pres. j. VV Searson, Sec'y.
It may not bo out ol! plueo to spoak nbout
tho coining session of tho Nebraska logis
lutiiro. Tt will bo ti session of moment to
our University for on it will depend the de
gree of our futuro prosperity. Our institu
tion is 11 child of our legislature and on tho
allowance of its parent will depend tho stand
ing in society of the child. We have no
reason to complain of tho allowanco granted
at tho last session of tho legislature nor have
we reason to fear that the coining legislators
will bo any less liberal. But in order to bo
as liberal as their predecessors they must
grant moro, for tho University has developed
wonderfully in the short space of two years.
As to the amount that will be asked for, wo
of course know nothing as yet, but 0110 thing
is certain, it will bo no moro than will bo
necessary and no more than is our just duo.
The officers of the University are arranging
their plans and will bo on hand at the proper
time to see that they are carried through if
possible. Tho chancellor will have a- sort of
a prospectus of tho University showing its
advancement, importance, and giving gen
eral information, which will be placed in tho
hands of tho legislators in order that they
may not vote unintelligently on tho question
of appropriation. While the officers arc
busy doing their duty ii may bo worth white
to say what the students may do if they will
only take tho interest they should in their
Alma Mater. There are students here from
'every county in the state. That moans that
there will bo legislators hero this winter who
will represent every district from which tho
students come. It means that there will bo
no student hero who. will not feel that he is
interested in at least one representative 0
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