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UNIVERSITY op NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NI5HRASICA, JUNK 8, 1893.
Issued semi-monthly ly tliu IIkhpkkian Association of tint Untvoi
sity of Nolirntikn.
PAUL PI,EY, '93 Managing Editor
CHAS. F. STROM AN, '93 Editorial
MISS WILLA CATHER, '95 Literary
E C STRODE, '93 Law Literary
SCHUYLER MILLER, '95 Alumni
H S. LORD, '93 Athletics
G. F. FISHER, '94 Exchange
adam Mcmullen, go j rnrA,
L C OI3KRLIES, '95 ( C
C L. TALLMADGE Business Manager
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PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
H. G. Barber, Pres. Annie Treat; Sec'y
UNIVERSITY UNION LITERARY SOCIETY.
D. N Leiimer, Pres. H. A. Senter, iff 0'
DELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY. ,
John P. Williams, Pres. Myrtle Barnes, Secy.
PIIILOMATHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY. (
R. A Barnes, Pres. Maude Cleghorn, iecy.
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
L. G. Thayer, Pres. F. F. Tucker. Secy.
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C A.
Miss Bessie Merrill, Pres. Miss Emma Boose, ."",
Ciias. p. Stroman, Pres. Fred Barnes, ec).
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION. ,
Rupos Bentley, Pres. Adam McMullen, .vrj.
SCIENTIFIC CLUI). ,
H A. Senter, Pres, H. G. Bakbhr, Sec).
With (his issue of The Ukspkuun the
time of tlio prusout board will come to an
cud. Before separating from tlio board I
wish to thank oaeh and all of the associate
editors for the prompt and ollicient manner
in which thoy havo responded lo calls for
copy, and indeed the "call" for copy was
very seldom necessary. The changes that
have boon mado in the paper havo been
largely duo to I ho oncouragomont given by
the associate editors and with the valuablo
aid of the business mannager. It is only by
training an insight into the work that one
learns to appreciate the efforts of the board
of editors. By showing my appreciation of
the work theprosont board has dono I would
liko to convoy the idea lo tlio students at
large that thoro are many benefits to be do
rived from personal work in col logo journal
ism. Whilo thoro is a good deal of work
connected with tho publishing and issuing of
a college paper, yot a great deal of the work
is very pleasant if ono only gets himself in
terested in it. To aspire to become an editor
on a col lego paper is n hoalthy ambition and
no ono nood bo ashamed of entertaining such
a thought. To bo n member of a progressive,
harmonious board is a result that is highly
pleasing to ono that has succeeded in realiz
ing in his election tho aforesaid healthy
ambition. When tlio present board was
elected in tho fall of '92, wo docidod with a
dogroo of timidity to ondoavor to make a
chango in tho appearance and plan of Thk
Hksi'Kbian. Tho change was mado and tho
results havo been bettor than wo anticipated.
Judging from gonoral romarks mado and
sporiacoinplimonts given, tho paper has
been an improvomontovor Tnia Hespkrian
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