The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 15, 1897, Page 6, Image 6
THE : HESPERIAN THE I-JESPERTAN Itsticd Weekly by the Ukspkiman Association of the VnlversUy of Ncbraskn. TKUM3 0F SUDSCIUniiOM. Ono copy, per college yenr, in advance One copy, ono semester AltVIUTISlNO ItATKH ON AlTl.tCATlON. 1100 w ALUMNI ANII EX-tTlIDKMTH. Spoelnl endeavor will be made to miiko Thk IUspkrian Inter, estlnt; to former students, I'lenie semi in your subscriptions. tSPsinbscrlptlons on our books will be continued until ordered stopped. Address all communications to Tub IIkspkrian, I'nlvprslty of Nebraska, l.lnroln. Nebraska. IJOAHU OK KDITOILS. HKUSK MOItSK K. B. I'RIlltY ASSOCIATES. J. I). DENISON MAUTIIA CIIAIM'BLL F. K KDGEKTUN II A It til KT PACKAIII) HBNA Al.DKItMAN ii. o surros BKItTIIA IMSKRBTON J. II. SAYKK I.. B. MUMKOKI) Pre$ a J Corey I'rti II' U Ktnton Pre n T Ilff'ly I'ret It II' Thatcher le$ Mary Wooilfonl Pre Lucy Green Asslslniit PALLADIAX SOCIETY Secy Jane Famham UXIVEIISITY lXIOX JSecy lllanche Jfickey DELIAS Y M 0 A Y W G A EXGL1SII Ol.Utt Secy Edith Henry ELECTItWA L EXCIXEEIIS VmlMiii 1V'm1oiii. Our University is for "Academic Freedom:" We believe in the widest liberty of thought and the fullest investigation of all subjects. Wo want professors who have opinions and not characterless non-entities. Willi the. staunehest of opinions we likewise desire the utmost liberality of discussion. We warn the small-bore politicians of all sorts to keep hands off; wo will have none of their knavish pettifogging and contemptible narrowness. Nebraska is too big a state; the State Univer sity is too big an institution to be pestered by the insignificant littleness of petty partisans. aiuxtvoll Clul. This organization is full of vim; its atten dance is large, its membership mature and of good quality. This year promises to bring forth no factional ditl'erences and the notoriety Alumni gained last year must give way to a record of Business Manager substantial achievement in the coining months. Here are men of more years than in other de partments; their experience is wider, and views broader. A fair set of oll'uvrs have been chosen and under linn guidance and ellicient presiding officers, the Hcsi'KitiAX knows of no reason why this club should not, rank with the strongest in tlu institution. Th j future of the club is in its ir.uml ev; they can make or mar. Theypromise to 'make." MANAgiKo Kimtok Assistant Editorial Local Athletic Local l.ltcrury Local Secy llarrltt I'aekanl Secy P If Thornton Secy lie rt ha Watroonl Prei E II Saicytr Secy A I. lloanlanil A Till. E TIG A .ISO CI. I TIOX 1?iin ISall Maimir'!. Pro II' E Aixliesoii Secy I) I Pope Next Saturday, Oct. 17, the base ball man ager for the ensuing year is to be chosen. This election deserves much circumspection ami due discrimination. Every motive should be put aside and no influence be allowed to weigh but the one of obtaining the best men for the place. He should be the creature of no faction Iiln til Ames. Our "Glorious Gladiators" brought home no scalps from Ames, but they did bring enough of glory. Defeat under certain con ditions is almost equivalent to victory. We had new men with only a limited time for conditioning and training and yet the " Farm- and the tool of no clique. Ho should boa ors" of Iowa with their months of training man broad enough to stand for the whole itni had anything but easiness in their victory, versity, free from any suspicion of favoritism We congratulate our boys on the outcome; it and strong enough to stand for clean athlot speaks well for the future and indicates what ics" in the full sense. lie should be a man may be expected after a due season of training with no ''ax to grind" and no revenge to and adequate time for conditioning, working wreak. He should be a foe to "professional out plays and acquiring facility in executing ism" and any form of scheme to win at any the signals given. cost. He should be a stranger to everything Let everobody take an interest, in the team that savors of the stealthy and the subtle. Ho and when the "goals are counted" in the end, should stand for Merit in Selecting Men; to name a battle will be to recount a victory Honesty in Financial Management; Honor in for Nebraska. all Contests. Ladies Gymnasium Shoes $3 Foot Form Store 121 SI 0 Street.