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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1897)
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the ivIcovoh ure filled with shivering wretches.
Cannot something ho done for suffering
No little iimi.se is due Secretary Hawxby
of the local debating association for the suc
cess of the first preliminaries. To his efforts
was due the large registration; to his influence
may be attributed the satisfactory settlement
of the judge system, lie gave the debates
proper newspaper notice and as a result of
his work nearly every one, who registered,
participated in the contest.
HOARD OK EDITORS.
I'ERSE MOItjK Manaqing Uihtou
E. B. t'ERRY ... Assistant
J. D. DISN'ISOX Editorial
MARTHA CIIAI'I'ELL, Local
K. K K.K5UKTOS' Athletic
HARRIET I'ACKAlM) Lontl
HEN'A i.DKRMAN Literary
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HKRI'Hl IMnKRI'OV - Alumni
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Wednesday's weather change demanded
the flag emblematic of Piratical Anarchy.
The probabilities are that "Wesleyan and
Cotner will enter the State Oratorical Associa
tion. This will bring the number of Con
testants up to six and insure an excellent
contest. Competition creates college spirit;
this getting together of the State will aid all
and cause loss to none. Let a determined ef
fort be made to revive Oratory in the colleges
and the next State Contest will bo worth the
winning. Each local association should be
at work preparing for the Annual Meet.
The Law Department has out crown its
Tin Hoard of Kegents appropriated seventy pPe8Cnt quarters. It needs room. Its clothes
five dollars for the purpose of changing the (lout m. It8 heating facilities are poor, its
b vling-alley into a baseball cage. This ventilation the worst, its lighting wholly iu-
menns that the baseball players can soon go to adequate. More tables are needed for the use
work" of the students, which amounts to saying
The Chess Club is thriving. New players that the room is too small. This Department
continually dropping in and strong ones are not a pigmy any more; it is a robust and
buing 'developed. We are hoping to hear of crowding member. In the language of the
worthy Dean; we don't propose to lie supine
ly on our backs hugging the delusive phantom
buing developed. We are hoping
good results when the contest with the City
of hope etc' we want more room.
Basket Ball is a growing sport. It is rap
idly coming into favor and making a place
for itself as an indoor pastime. As winter Each Society offers a substantial prize in
work it has few equals for the summer athlete the Society Contests; the Local Association
cooped up by the rigors of winter. wiu mftko a Blrong eirort t0 pfty the pri0 lh,H
There is general satisfaction over the dec- year in full; and the State Association is
tion of "Bill" Melford as captain of next again growing strong with fair prospects of
years foot-ball team. He has had an oxper- righting itself financially and otherwise,
ience of three years as center on the team and With such inducements in the way of honors
therefore is not lacking in experience or and money prizes there should bo no lack of
ability. contestants in the variolic Oratorical Contests
For the benefit of the students there should '"''; If ' "ireo Societies will do
be better heating and ventilating facilities in the,r lmrt ln nmkl"B their contests success,
the library. The air in the largo reading fill there need bo little doubt of a good inter
room is generally densely foul. On cold days est in Oratory in the University.
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