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. THE HESPERIAN
As yet, no ono has dropped out of tho preliminaries. . Thoro with preceding years. As a paper you cannot give too much
.r0 Bomo who wovld ontor if arrangements could bo made, encouragement to anything and everything in tho University
-This shows that there is a romarkablo interest taken in tho along tho lino of public speaking. Tho being, able to tell what
i preliminaries this year.
. , Tho Delian club has made arrangements to debate with
rt Doauo. Tho question is, "Rosolvod, That party allegiance is
preferable to independent action in politics," The Delian
boys will affirm the question.
4 The Palladians have accepted an invitation to visit tho
Orophelian society of Wcsloyan University next Saturday
evening. The Orophelians entertained tho society most ploas-
V antly last spring and tho Palladians aro anticipating another
7 pleasant time.
Lincoln, November L5, 1898.
the individual knows is coming to bo almost as important as
tho knowing itsolf. My work so far this year has boon very
successful. Yours very truly, Ohas. W. Taylor.
The Hesperian has received a postal card with greetings
from its friends on tho other side of tho world. Its contents are:
Manila, P. 'I., Oct. 1, 1898.
Dear Hesperian. Greeting from tho U. of N. ambassa
dors to the Philippine Islands. Up to tho present date wo
havo avoided all foreign alliances as Washington advised.
May tho U. S. do the same. (Signed.) R. H. Wessol, D. 0.
Hall, Albert Garringor, Ira Kellog, Perry W. Jewett, E. A,
Editor Hesperian: Will you please announce in your puisbury, 0. 0. Telloson, R. P. Payno, B. J. Wood, E. 0.
paper that if wo, at tho library, can bo of any help to those flossier, W. J. Hunting, W. J. W. Robertson, Bracton,
working on tho preliminary debates, wo shall bo very glad to Broady, C. G. Rochon, Goo. W. Snider, Walter Comstock,
aid them. If those having tho matter in charge or any of the mchard James, Eugeno Piorco, I. R. Robertson, E. W. Our-
debaters will bring their questions to mo at tho library, I will, tin Cant awoar as t0 the roat. havo 110t seon thom on tho
if dosirod, prepare lists of roferonces and post thorn in tho 8Ubj0Ct. No licenses issued yet, however. W. J. H.
library for tho uso of those in tho debates.
Very truly yours,
J. I. Wyer, Librarian.
Mt J J J .Unbiased Advice by an Unbiased Partisan"
!Ju J L Wyi5ui Librarian. General John M. Thayer has been saying a good many things
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Union and Delian societies, last Friday night: l 'Since tho 10th which might interest the student body. We quotot from
literary element f. tho University is not represented in tho him:
business management of tho Junior Annual board as it was "I fool constrained to pass a firendly criticism upon tho bi-
when the board was organized, Resolved, That tho Dolian metallic club,composed of some students of the State Univosrity,
and Union societies withdraw all moral and financial support who havo tho reputation of having imported a blackgaurd all
from tho Annual." Tho Palladians adopted resolutions sup- the way from tho hub of the. universe by tho name of Georgo
porting tho sentiment expressed by tho ''barb" Juniors in Freddie Williams, who has been more than onco repudiated by
demanding tho resignation of Mr. Van Valin. Tho society tho patriotic people of his state, Massachusetts, to enlighten
will probably concur with tho other societies tonight. the people of Nebraska upon tho political issues of tho time.
The wlav civon bv the Union Society last Fridav niirht was Public discussion is legitimate and always commendable when
I ono of tho best executed plays over given in tho society halls, conducted in a spirit of fairness and candidness, but when a man
71 Tho title "All in a Muddle" was a vorV ant ono. Affairs in liko GeorS Freddie Williams comes before the students of tho
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the homes or van uyKo ana itouuius were oaaly mixed up bv "l lwu """v ,uu "iw a.w v ...w... r ,
tho sudden roturn of Van Dyke from tho Cuban war. Tho tion nnd nbuB0 UP" the cl,ief magistrate of tho United States
characters were exceedingly well represented by tho following as he did horo ftnd especially at Plattsmouth, it is time in my
Mr. Robbins Mr. Alexander
Mrs. Robbins Miss King
Robecca (tho servant) Miss Wilkinson
Mr. Van Dyko Mr. Huletl
Mrs. Brown Miss Elsio Blandin
Mr. Fastman Mr. A. Bollonbach
judgement for tho University to call a halt in tho use of such
agoncios to enlighten tho public. For students of
our State University to be engaged in spreading before the peo
ple tho ribald abuse and false teachings of such mon as Georgo
Freddie Williams is what tho real friends of tho University do
not approve. That bimetallic club was, according
to tho best information I could roceivo, in reality a Bryan
club. Ho was repeatedly invited before thom, representing
hiB questionable views of finance and his delusive thoorios of
free silvor, 16 to 1. I will thoroforo make tho sug-
Ohiowa, Neb., Novombor 13, 1898.
The Hesperian, Lincoln. Neb. :
Gontlomon: You will find enclosed one dollar for mv voar's cestion that they fThe Chancellor and Regent Morrill interpose
mil Subscription. Permit mo to congratulate you upon tho im- to prevent political organizations within tho University
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