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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1894)
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, DECEMBER 10, 1894.
Issued semi-monthly by tho Hkspkrian Association of the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
HOARD OF EDITORS.
LEO. C. SMITH, - . Managing Editor
II. E. NEWHRANCII,
FLORA KUL LOGIC
NED. C. ABBOTT
GRACE GUY THOMPSON
W. T. ELMORE
WM. AX LING
R. II. GRAHAM, Businkhh Manager.
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Address nl cointniinications to The Hkm-khian, University of
Nebraska. Lincoln. Nebraska.
Prest., Stella Ducker. Sec'y, Miss Woodsun
Prest., C. R. Welden. Sec'y, S. .7. Cohev
Prest., W. K Kirk. Scc'v, Maude Tripi.ett
Pres., C. 11. Welden. Sec'y, A. N. Moodv
V. W. C. A.
Prest., Stella Loucjhhiikjk.
Sec'y, Ella McCkoskv
Prest., H. W.Quaintaxce. Sec'y, NedO. Auhott
1're.st.. Sidney White. Sec'y,. Ralhi Johnston
rtlTH this issue the management of
ili?Jy le Hesperian changes hands. .''As
Crf much as we love the woik and. wpuld
desire to continue in it, we have always be
lieved self preservation is the first law of
man. Our doctor has advised us to. quit
school, that being out of the question we do
the next best thing and quit the paper. Be
fore we lay down the pen we wish to thank
the subscribers for their cordial reception
and support of the paper. We wish also to
thank the editors for their faithful, work and
the uncomplaining manner in which, they
have answered the calls for. "copy." Our
successor is an able man and we bespeak for
him a successful year. We leave our post
with reluctance and will always retain a w.arm
place in our memory for the Hesperian."
It is to be deploied that there cahnot.be
an election in the University except on .pjiirty
lines. As students and advocates . of . demo
cratic principles we should endeavor to jay
aside false distinctions of caste and work .for
the good of the school. . The unfavorable
comments now going the rounds of Nebraska
''papers cannot fail to be odious to the stu
dent body. But this is just what we.h'ave
had to fight against for many years.; and until
we learn to lay aside petty jealousies mA .ojir ,
small political world, and work for the..best
man, just such criticism will be met with at
every turn. The university has too many out
side enemies to stiU further complicate' mat-:
ters by internal dissensions.
The Hesperian takes occasion t? extend
its hearty congratulations to the Athletic As
sociation in general, and to pur greajaud
glorious and triumphant eleven jr .particular,
on the work they have done and. thegJpty
they have gained this year. Three months. .
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