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BOARD OF EDITORS.
E. B. I'EKKY
S. .J. COKEY
.J A SMlttENT
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L. E. MUUFOKD -
All subscribers who have not paid their
subscription will do the business mana
gers a irreat favor if they will settle at
once. It is now near the close of the
school year and all subscriptions be.
Do not think i hat Orator Koper won
his hist laurels when lie won the state
contest. 'Remember that next May lie
takes part in the inier-stoile contest.
It seems that our representatives in the
Kansas-Nebraska d4mle are about lo
aree to disagree. To choose sides of
t he ueHtiori and order of speakers w the
difficulty. It is to be Imped that a rea
sonable compromise will be effected and
all differences conciliated. The univer
sity should have its strongest represents
lives in the Kansas eon test. "Resigna
tions'" are out of order.
The senate has at lat concurred in tli
house bill appropriating 0,000 for the
niechauics art building. Considering tin
"times" and the make-up of the legis
lature the university may consider itself
The election of J. D. Denison. as pres
ident of the state oratorical association,
is a recognition of which Mr. Denison is
deserving. It is also fortunate for Ne
braska collegiate oratory. If any one
can revive interest in oratory and give
vitality to the state associarion it is .T. i).
The Union and Palladian boys delat
ing clubs are this year boiling several
joint debates with different iieiflihoring
colleges. The holding of ths" foreii-ie
contests is to be encouraged. Intercol
legiate debates not only create a s;iintf
college rivalry but also riv us an pj r
tunity to compare our forensic staii'lurl
with the standard of others.
The remaiks of Scnitor (rondriug U-t
week, when the senate was in a conrnit
tee of the whole considering the univer
sity appropriation bill, were quite out of
place. Not only were the charges inauV
against Chancellor MacLean without
foundation, but the senate wn consider
ing a university appropriation not one
for the Chancellor. It would be difficult
to explain the cause for the senator
Miss Minnie Dodds of Aurora, is v
iting Miss Ella Leonard this week.
The line of men's furnishings ill" H''r
polshimer& Co. are showing thi '& '"
for big value and small price Hirpa
anything ever seen in Lincoln before
Immense assortments of collars, eiifK
shirts, handkerchiefs, suspenders, etc.
Men's cotton sweaters Wi each. Men s
wool sweaters upward from $1.00 each-
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