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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, JAN. 16, 1895.
. svucd M-iEj-iDomUy l- le Hewmeiaii Association of the Univer
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BOARD OF EDITORS.
O. IL ALLEN - - Editor-ia-Chief
H. . NEWBRANCH. - - Editoexai.
P. H. THOMSON - - Lttekaky
LDLU W. BORROWS - JLnxEAXY
CLINT M. BARR - Athletic
J.N.5HREVE - Local
C.E.HATSON - Local
E. F. PIPER - - - Local
JOE BOOMER - - - Alumsi
L. J. ABBOTT. Ju. f
NED; C ABBOTT f ' Bi.bkebsMm.acem.
Tbe Hiihioseiajj has do intention of going
tbe road of McNeal, Leavitt & Co. But
tills ifi a bad j'car 0111013113, and llie man
agement would le much obliged for Ibe sub
scriptions of those wbo Lave sot already
We wisb to call tbe attention of The
HuerEBiAS readers to tbe fact tbat they will
find tbeir paper in tbe JRcbratluin mailing
boxes. Through Mr. Eilejs kindness we
are able to relieve ibe crowded mail boxes
An students sbonld read wltb care Frb
fessor Warners letter in tbis isBua. Com
ing as it does from a thinking man of more
than national reputation it is indeed gratify
ing to tbe literary societies.
'95 is really coming to the front.
Editor Fred Lyons, Fitzgerald, Georgia;
Editor Horace Greeley Wbitmore, Lincoln,
It is indeed gratifying to see tbe prom
inent place onr University is taking among
tbe educators of tbe slate. We do not
speak of tbe professors alone, it is natural
and to be expected tbat tbey take a leading
part in educational matters, but of tbe stu
dents "who have graduated very recently. At
the association meeting just held Allen
Fling, Frank Brown, Francis Tucker and
Bnfus Bentley not only bad creditable but
excellent papers. Indeed about tbe whole
meeting the University atmosphere and
spirit could be felt. Certainly this is right
and well and we should rejoice at it.
At tbe reqnest.of tbe business manage
ments of tbe two college papers a faculty
committee has been appointed to, in a man
ner at least, supervise college publications.
THs action was taken in order to prevent, if
possible, a re-occurrence of tbe disgraceful,
not to say questionable, melbods which tbe
school bas experienced from a recently de
funct publication. "WbUe the only de Jure
force this committee will probably have will
be to s3' wbetber tbe faculty will support
any proposed publication. De facto its
scope will be larger and much tbat is bene
ficial lo college journalism in the U. of N- is
to be expected from its influence.
"Cihedit wbere -credit is dee.1' Especially
doeB Ibis apply in a college of tbe standing
of the University of Nebraska. However,
it appears tbat this principle is sometimes
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