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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1898)
HP TUT "Cp TJ "Cp O TD "Cp "p T A T spirit of criticism of thoso in chargo, for no such criticism caiu
1 iIJ-J 11-LjuI J-Jlllj-X IN bQ mftdo TnK nKai,BttIAN gladly ondorsos the policy of tho"
Issued Weekly by hie Hesperian, Association, of tihie Un5vcatiity of prosont librarian. But thoro aro ways in which the sorvico of in
Nebraska. , ... , . , , . , , ... ti.
. tno uorary may do improvou, anu which hu nut uuuuum iuubu
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. directly in charge. On several occasions, especially on dark.
One copy, per odueire year, in advance $1.00 ... . , . . , , , .1
One copy, one semester co cloudy dayB, the lights havo not boon turned on as soon as they
AdverTlsing Rates on. Application. woro ronuv noodod. This is vory injurious in its offocts. Stu- If
q 1 1 u T? "T f xf Tr . . 4l dents aro thus made to strait, their eyes for fifteen or twenty '
SpeoM endeavor -will be nrodo to make the Hesperian Interesting mi 1 1 im 't
to fomer studmts. Please send us your aubsorLptdons. Contributions minutes before the lights are Oil. TIlO stack room of the library I
thankfully oweiived. i8 not always properly heated. It is somotimes quito chilly, 4
Subsorlpllioma on our books mil be contmucd unitdl ordered stopped. ' ' r J x '
Addnciss afli eoirtmunficnrtiionb to Tiie Hesponan, Univexsnitty of Ne- and Btudonts otton htid it nocossary to romovo to tuo gonorai
'StateKd'ln the Postoffloe at Lincoln as second class mutter, ending room. On a cold day, the stack room requires much
BOAIlD op EDITORS mOr0 '10llt t'inn Otl0r ,)ftrt8 Ul)rnr)' D0CftU80 of its BitUR-
F. B. Edgertxm Managing Editor tion in tnQ nort" wing of the building. A moro uniform tom-
J. J. PlowHieud Assteteiinit poraturo should be kept up. Tho dofocts in lighting and hoat-
ASSOCIATES. . uro joubtless duo oithor to tho apparatus omployod in hoat-
h. C. Roper Editorial .' ...... . ., .. ... ,
F. G. Hawxby. . . Nqwb i"g nnd lighting, or to the operation of it. But wheroovor
Bortha Johnston News tj10 cmi5e ii08 attempt should bo mado to remedy it.
Frank Miller News ' ' J
0. W. Kline Literary
W. II. O'Ooninel Defbatea .,. . . , rT . ,
Sam B. Sloain, Fmbemfitiics Misses Ella and Eva Leonard, former U 111. students and
Palladians aro both holding responsible positions as toachora
Sixty-four Btudonts havo registered in tho preliminary do- this year. Miss Eva Leonard, who for two years past has
batos, soven moro than last year, although this year onb dol- boon employed in the Wymore schools, was this yoar elected
larwas required of each one who entered. This is a fine fo the principalship of the East Ward school with an increase
... . ... .. T. tl . .. . , , . in salary. Miss Ella Leonard was this yoar oloctod to tho
showing for our institution. It moans that a reaction is taking ..,,. e .. , . -. , , , :' ,, n , 01
fa b prmcipalship of tho West Ward school in McCook. Sho is
place. It moans that wo aro broadening ou- views, that wo verv onthuBiiistic over her work and is meeting with a marked
aro abandoning our 0110 sided policy of development, and will degree of success.
henceforth strive to win pennants in contests of brain as woll . nr 1 01 .. . -n n n 4. o
' Commencing on Monday, 21st inBt. wo will sell History Taper
as brawn. and mj10m0 Paper in unbroken packagos, containing 500 Bheots,
for 35 cents. The paper is ruled or plain, asyou may desire;
In this issue of Thk Hesperian appear some poetic strains i8 fU B7lQ and mado from 24 lb. Munroo Royal. Books and
from across the sea, "Beneath tho Tropic Moon." They aro Stationary Department. Herpolsheimer & Co.
from our University poet, Ira Kellogg, and deserve much com- m, . . , . c , . , . . ., ,. t
, . ., ,r ,, . . , The Astronomy clasB sat up Sunday night to see tho predict
mondation. Mr. Kollogg was accustomed to write short e(, showei. of motoor8. Tloir Otfort8 woro not crowned with
ii a. i i. 1.1. rT; ?!. 1..-1. t.i t. .... ... .
BHutunuB 01 puoiry wiioii at tnu uinvuiBiiy, uut wo uouevo no very great success, since tho clouds covered the sky. A fow
has composed his mastor piece thus far in the throe stanzas studentB tried it again on Monday night and thoy woro moro
which appear in another part of The Hesperian, entitled, successful. Several meteors woro seen.
' Undor the Palms." Maurice A. Hyde, '98, who has boon in Chicago, since his
ml , , t . . . .. ... t L m , graduation, working in an electrical plant has returned homo on
Tho local oratorical association will meet next. Tuesday to bn oxtondod vl8it.fa Mr. Hydo hn8 a good positlon and enj
elect oflicers and to register thoso who desire to enter tho con- tho work but his health has not been very good.
tost this year. A dozen or more students have signified their
intentions of entering. The cause of the increase this yoar is Kappa Sigma has extended invitations for an informal
, . .. , . .. . . ., . . . , . . .11 1 1 u- party at its rooms in tho Counor block next Tuosday ovoninc.
duo to the fact that tho three oratorical contests will bo hold ' . ' "
hore this yoar, and much ambition is ontortainod to win tho
inter-state. This yoar thoro aro several studonts from tho fra- TlIK Hesperian reporter had tho pleasure of being shown
tprnities who aro intending to contest for tho honors of oratory, through tho marble works of Kimball Bros., at 1500 O street.
and it is hoped that moro interest will bo manifested by all Thoy have lately added a groat many marble composition V
organizations. Lot all who aro interested attend the meeting statuettes of famous artists, musicians, gonorals, admirals, etc.,
on Tuesday and register their namoB for tho local battlo for tho together with exact reproductions of tho mastorpiocos of the
selection of tho University's representative. famous sculptors. Such beautiful things as Kimball Bros. s'
havo for sale cannot bo seen at any other place in tho cit;
At this time it seems proper to offer a few suggestions con- Thoy aro anxious that tho students should call and also bring
corning the management of tho library. We do so not in tho visiting friends to see them.
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