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UNIVERSITY of NEBRASKA.
Vol. XXI II.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, APRIL 23, 1894.
Issued soini-inontlily by the Hkspkrian Association of the Univer
sity of Nebraska.
BOARD OF EDITORS.
W CATHER Managing Editor
G. F. FISHER Editorial
F. BULLOCK .. Literary
AMY C. I3RUNER Literary
A. C PANCOST Athletic
V. E. KIRK Alumni
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W. H. FORSYTH Local
A. B. LYONS Local
W. R. HARDY, Business Manager.
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Tiik Hesperian regrets that its esteemed
contemporary, that virtuous though unhappy
circular, the Nobraskan, should be so
anxious to vent its spleen upon the actors
in the drama recently enacted in oratorical
circles. It looks ill to accuse an opponent
of "working off bile", and then, in return,
to descend to the low level of the common
mud slinger. To those who know the
editorial backing of the Eebraskan, the
course they pursue does not seem strange,
The request made by the Senior class to
the regents at their recent meeting, to allow
the use of the Armory for the Senior pro
menade was indefinitely postponed. This
action is but a continuation of the policy
that led to the forming of a rule, allowing
no public dance to be held in the armory.
"We do not see why a strictly University
affair, especially a class affair, might not be
held in the armory. There is a reason, of
course, in refusing the use of the hall to
social organizations in the University, but
when the Senior class wishes to have part of
their commencement exercises in a Univer
sity building, we see no valid reason for
We wisn annuals were less expensive
luxuries. We cherish a desire to go out
from this institution with a few pennies in
our pockets. It is authoritively stated that
this annual will be an edition de luxe. We
hope so. It costs enough. Objection has
been raised to the charge for insertion when
coupled with that for space. There seems
no way to overcome -the difficulty. The
business managers say that whoever refuses
to pay the charges may not have space.
Why this charge is higher this year in some
cases, than previously, no one can explain.
If the managers do not change a gold-clad
rule, the matter will probably sift down to
a test of the amount each school organiza
tion can pay for a place in the edition de
luxe. Later: the charge has been removed.
Adam MoMuxlen says: "The idea of
calling our crowd a ring!" That was be
fore the publication of the last issue of the
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