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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBARSKA, FEBRUARY iS, 1895.
Issued "semi-monthly by the Hkspkrjan Association of the Univer
sity of Nebraska.
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Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska.
BOARD OF EDITORS.
LEO C. SMITH, - - Managing Editor
II. E. NEWBRANCH, -. - Editorial
KATHARINE MELICK, - - Literary
isED C. ABBOTT, - - - Athletic
GRACE GUY THOMPSON, - oc al
W. T. ELMORE, .... Local
STELLA DUCKER, - - - Local
WM, AXLING, ..-- Exchange
L. J. ABBOTT, Jr., Business Manager '
DELI AN SOCIETY.
Prest.. V. H. Forsythe. Sec'y. Nellie West
Prest., Etta Gray. Sec'y, Grace Guy Thompson
Prest., Olivia Pound. Sec'y Mr. McGuffy
Y. ,M. C. A.
Prest., C. R. Wslden. Sec'y, A. N. Moody
Y. W. C. A.
Prest., Stella Loughridge. Sec'y, Blla McCrosky
Prest., H, W. Quaintance. Sec'y. Ned C. Abbott
Prest., Sidney White. Sec'y, Ralph Johnston
Ouit esteemed con temporary took occa
sion, early in the year, to indulge in charac
teristic pleasantry over the non-appearance
of a number of The Hespruian. The 'es
teemed1' missed publication last week entire.
"Editors flunked, F. T. It." Judge not,
lest ye be also j'udged.
From indications at tho present writing it
appears that the University will be granted
an increase of income of about $60,000 per
annum, by the present legislature. This is
not nearly what we had hoped for hardly
more than will suffice during the next two
or three years for the completion of the new
library building. It is, however, much bet
ter than nothing, and so, "For what wo are
about to receive let us be duly grateful."
We regret extremely our inability to pub
lish the orations wriUen by request by sev
eral representative str mts They were
crowded out by the nu-xssity of printing Mr.
Crawford's most excellent "open letter,"
which, we feel sure, will be an explanation
entirely satisfactory to their writers. As to
Mr. Crawford's letter, read it carefully. It
comes from one who lias had much experi
ence in athletic matters, and who has the
welfare of our University at heart.
The Hesperian wishes, and wishes hard,
that every man, woman and child, every
professor, co-ed., senior, junior, freshman
and "prop." in the University, and every
alumnus out of it, that owes it a dolhir or n
half dollar on subscription, would settle the
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