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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1897)
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no one an apology. However, it is possible, that
some of its readers aro not aware thai tho Heskkr
ian was unforlunato in two respects during tho
past year, Fortholii'at two months of this school
year tho paper had only a uomiunl head as tho
editor-in chief was not in school. Tho paper was
also unfortunvto tho liist of tho calendar year when
the whole management was completely changed:
the piper falliug into new and inexpeiioneed hands.
Willi unexpected rapidity the new management has
given tho papjr a dolinitonoss of purp jso and put it
onasotind tinanuial basis. Tlio paper is now not
only I'ditonilly strong but linanciaily sound. Tho
sune management will continue next year. Tho
IIesi'Eiiian will be more than over tho students1
"ixraud truly representative of tho three literary
suck-ties in whose inteivsts it is primarilly published.
The highest aim of the present mtnagement is to
make the Hesi'Kuian a representative university
paper-a paper to which every loyal studeut will
What Some of the Seniors Will Do.
Oiar Allen, John 0:un.'r..n, (.'ydo Cooper, (Jlydo
McUoffell, lla,ry Oury, Lo.ve ltickett and "Bill"
uiitei-'WMI return n.-xtyoar to ro.ul Blackstone."
K S. Haker, "Wdl return to post and have a chanco
tpisakn 11. H. Uraham, "Will teach with expec
jjliun iif lieuuiiiln county supcrintendontr 'It. M.
, "Will devote greater part of my time to 'co
"I wiliiiru.- Charley Kuhl.nan, "Will teach for
Jat.un. Shorty L.lnhofi, "Refuse to be inter-
WtM Hob Maiiloy -will continue to write of
' ohvldel, I know .,t " It A Lymm "w.ll form
Partnership with u m-is ' E. b Piper "will
n epuetry anil teach ,,:, the side Gus ile "will
JjM-JeontiDuelocl.1,, thegirfe.'' Spud Saxton
wr i.rk UiUTy Slu,,,, "M continue to
wtst,.',,.!V,,i,,,!U,,, l,l,ston the Wo.'
Wtj '' BoU Kappa
cwolMlntt v. "' 00,Um,,e u disturb solid
2''n thehbrary alcoves and post a little on tho
-"tZy" P.l,n.Jf " reading
ed" it a v (l li i,10,"as, "uudooi I-
oi UhTT"' "u',ll80l-t alfalfa and cabbage
Ce!1;:"' o Crook, "refuse to be
"obusinessntM l'w an1 Bill Grunt, "will
'Cll'e,,llU,,ll,,l', (. F. Wan-on, "will
l' . P 2e iTY'"' Ul inwflR t'o future
W W !U,.,, "nmn " Fl Bllllock. "will
Ua t;iinl1M;,,,y1ttlitt,0veen Umcs."
W Fink w "i. ' ttmI proach a lltt, between
' to post', p "'""k' cn't loavo her-will bo
1'llwip inn . U 'S,,llin. Unless
""HI pAsadi unl!LPi "0WII"-" Hugh Walker,
dnumntal i,i, n''. Gmt, Gy Thompson, non
"laul."' fa p,',' "w,U '"struct tho youth of
"fch U,,w,'.,,eau toil better Inter"
P. . Z). C.-A. TV. T. Mito.
The Palladian boys debating elub held a joint de
bate with rcpnsontalives of the Lincoln Normal
university last Saturday evening. Tho debate took
place in tho Ij N. U. chapel. II. li. Slcwaitof the
P. li. I). 0. presided and .Mr, Bishop of I,. N. U.
acted as secretary. Thcqueslion was debated: Resolv
ed that a two house legislatuic is superior to a one
house legislature. Tho L N. U had "Ni allinnative
and was represented by Messrs Davi ightor and
Backus. Tlu P li. D U was represuiite.ibyJ.lt.
Burleigh, E li Perry and .J.S. Smoyer. The allinn
ativo urged that a two house .system is the historical
system and tho conservative system. The negative
held thateve.i in countries having two house legis
latures pure legislative power is centering in one
house. The two house system in the states was
shown to bo absurd. After the debate Mr, liurlolgh
entertained tho audience by means of his incompar
able musical talent
Pa 1 1 a did it Rcsolutio us.
Wheueas, Mr. U. M. Skilos, an old and most
loyal alumnus of the Palla linn Literary Sociuty, has
recently had cause to mourn the death of hU youngor
brother. James Sidles, and
Wheueas, Mr. Skilos has aU'ays taken so active
a part in working for the interest and welfare of tho
Prtlhulian society; Therefore be it
Resolved, that we the meinbors of this society,
share with him his sorrow and grief and extend to
him our sympathy in this his hour of bereavement.
And be it further
Resolved, thrt a copy of these resolutions be sent
to Mr. SkiUw, and also to the city and college papers
for publication. ( K 0. Koi'kk
Committee S. W. Pinkbhtox,
( M. TlIKODOKE AUMAN.
PLANS FOK ENLARGING TUB INSTITUTION AND GIV
ING IT A FIRST KLACB IN TUB I'KKrAUATION
An important chiingo in the management of tho
Lincoln Normal university lias just been unnoticed.
Lieutenant Governor James E Harris has been
elected to the presidency of the school and will bo
cin the discharge of his duties in that capacity at
the beginning of tho next school year.
Lieutenant Governor Harris is an educator of
twenty-live years' experience, during nine years of
which ho was president ol a normal co lege in Ohio.
T lis ex ended experience, coupled will. In broad
and comprehensive views will euab e him to rank
agon-oofthoformost educators of the sate he
Sends of the lieutenant-governor will bo glad to
earn that he is again to be idonti led with educa
tional work and that his Held of labor will be so
lll5?ho recently enacted law permitting high grade
nrivatoseho Is to grant teachers' state certificates
ndcr certain conditions, will place the Normal
uKrsilyin tho very fore front of educational in-
81 ProHHl M. Hell, tho retiring president, has nc
cepfSl a position InWo university, Dm Moines.
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