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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1900)
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verelty of Nebraska.
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scription price, which is one dollnraye;rr.
Contributions are 'solicited from -nil.
News items such as locals, personals, re-
Sorts of meetings, etc., are especially
esired. Tlie NeforRskim-Hepentm "will
foe glad to print Jiny -contribution relative i
to a general -university subject, but the
name must acconipanj all such.
Address all -communications to tfoeNn- ,
iirxskat-.mesi'Eria;, i. u. nox. aay,
It Is "not news, to tell the students,
friends, and Alumni of the "uniTersifcy
of tjje acceptance of lr. E. Benjamin
Andrews of the chancellorship of this
institution. The daily press from east
to -west "has already done so. Our pur
pose 1s merely to add our sentiments
and to join in the foearty approval
"which Is louud on every band. It 1s
safe to say that there 1s scarcely -a
student In the university "who does not
feel a sense of gratitude to Dr. An
drews for bis acceptance. "He comes
as -a friend not -only to the student
"body, but to the students Individually.
"He -comes to us -with the praises of the
students of "Brown university still fresh
1n fois memory. It is "not amiss to
propnecy that his reputation there -will
"be transmitted foere. A friend to stu
dent Interests, to athletics, to debat
ing, to oratory, to gymnasitcs, to every
form of student life, foe 1s bound to
make a success with the -undergraduate.
The university "needs "him, and
now "has nimj may lie be accorded the
support Irom all sides neceBBary to
ratee the Btandard of the "University of
Nebraska above the other Institutions
of the "west and rank it -with tne older
ones of the east.
"Weil, no one thought they could, font
they did. Of -course, 1t was rather
Sheldonlan in character, font that was
to be oxpectod. It told of the good
things that bad been done and forgot
to mention the fond tnings wfoicfo bad
not been touched. It printed pictures
of other people and places and forgot
about Nebraska. It told of the things
done in tae past 3'ear and wiat would
be done In the next, unless sometning
else "was. In a word, all the paper
lacked was the Idler. But the Idler Is
about the whole paper so 3'on see, quite
a eonsiderafole was missing after all.
iiut talce those Y. M. C A. fellows
and they aren't a foad lot of fellows.
They "have a -wfoole peck of -energy and
are jammed full of ideas and . ngs of
that sort. "Whenever they see a place
big enougfo to crawl Into, in they go
and the next thing you bear 1s at
they did something good afoou. i
That is why the Idler thinks they are
not foalf bad.
The Idler lias "bad lots of fun foang
Ing around listening to the people tell
wfoat they will o!o wnen the new cfoan--cellor
gets "here. To "hear some of them
talk, we are going to foave a populist
legislature that will shell money out
of the old state honse as easy as they
sfoell corn on the farm. And all on ac
count ot the chancellor. Ijots of
things foave come ont bore ahead of
Dr. Andrews font nobody ever said be
was a politician. It is -evident
at a glance that there is a great
big overgrown difference foetween a
man with up-to-date views, and with
a bead on him that can control foia
month properly and a politician. Now
the fact of the matter Is, according to
the Idler, that onr new -chancellor is
going to foappen in foere about Septem
foer 1, with a good rest to fois credit,
and a wfoole foln full of new energy and
foe is going to go to work for tfoe uni
versity, and express fois views on ex
pansion, "by spreading out the universi
ty, and fois views -on money -question foy
judicious use o. the funds that the state
provides. The Idler wants 3'ou to re
member that Dr. Andrews foas not "been
"knocking around educational institu
tions for the past thirty-"five years with
out learning the -difference foetween a
chancellorship and a janitorsfolp. The
"best thing for a person with a sore spot
to -do is to come around and fall into
tfoe foand wagon, for next year we're
going to foave more -enthusiasm and
excitement and good times, than an
Italian with a "brass monkey.
XfoffCis 213 and 214
DRS. CLUTTER & SHANNON,
Phone -426. 1136 O Street.
Special attention given to all Diseases -ol
Wooes. iXIl surgical Diseases sre treated "by
IhesnostujipTovea OTetliods. Bveiycom-oueacg
far "Bel tic and Abdominal Surgery.
BATHS FOR IADTES ONLY
Special Attention -riven to Masssre and
Sv-'hfihMwcni eats 3a Uieir most recent develop.
. . sTUiearaisedsnaxnpiilatori&ic&sTse.
C A. SH&TIAKER, n.D 1117 I. St
The Quill of the ilniveraJty of Jowa
5has -agalh found something to -worry
about. It Booms that they do not ap
prove of the "way the fooard of regents
of Nebraska elects chancellors. They
advance the claim that a person -with
;i"deas upon queBuouB of the day -will
not prove satisfactory at the "head of
tan diiBtltution and that it 1b redlculouB
to think that a man can get along any
"whore -without a uuanlmouB election.
!How they attempt to apply thlB theory
at foome is a puzzler. "When President .
MacLeau -waB chancellor of j.-raBka,
-we -found blm full of events of the duy
and as far as could bo determined they
novur 'injured hlB work aB the official
'bead of tfoe iiiBtltutiou. It imrely an
mot 1)0 that his preBout BurrouudingB
foavo BUiih an antlquatlng effect on "him
that 'ho ilndB it irnposBlble to keep fo 1b
viawB up to date. "We assure the Quill
ifliat dn spite of all nppeurances, no
ovsll oxlBtB -with ub and thut Nobraaka
BtaudB as a unit to welcome the ohuu-cellor-eleot
-wnen he arrives to asBume
'the duties of his office.
The time lias come arouud ugain.
V?n regret that Jt "will foe meceBBary
foruB to call on the Btufluut foody juut
as we have foeon vcalllug mn dt ifdr fa.
long time ,iu ho ijiast. Ulut 'weVve (gdt
to do 1t or go out of "business. "We
"want to see at least "five "hundred or a
thousand students at the foase foall
game -with "Kansas Saturday. Now our
-wanting foas nothing to do -with the
case unless the aforesaid Hve "hundred
or thousand people "want the same
thing "we do. But -what ive -want is to
have you -want the same thing Tve -want
and then -we -will all -want the same
thing. After that -we -will throw foalf
dollars at the gate Keeper so last that
foe -will foave to get two or three iresu
men to foelp count money. Last year,
Kansas foad nerve enough to come up
"here and "beat us. Then Captain
"Reeder and fois aggregation gathere
themselves together and -went to "Kan
sas and sculped the' Jay-hawkers
proper. It is safe to Bay that this lit
tle episode has not been forgotten.
"Next Saturday, rock salt -will be in
abundance on the campus, lairly mak
ing the air hot. it -will foe "necessary
to counterbalance this effort or get
beaten. "We -want everybody to came,
"We as a board of editors, -will "not foave
many more chances to coax the gang
out. After that, somebody -else -will
have that delightful pleasure. TJutthat
it. all the -more reason -why -we -want
you to ccrae thlB time. Show us that
our coaxing does Borne good. -Gather
up tn "few old football ribbonB, a foroom
handle fur a cane, make a paper mug
aphone, ask the young -y that 5lts
uoxt to you in olasB if fine doestnot
1 want to be patriotic, also, and aee foow
her oye brighten, und then borrow a
dollar from your room mate and eome
to the game. If you do that, ?;& -will
-wagor a years' subscription that Jtyrj.
i take more than snow plows to reBurrect
TO HESDME ATHLETIC HELA
TIONS "WITH OBERLTN.
The University of Oberlia foas re
moved ber athletic boycott against tfoe
University of Michigan. At the fooard
of oontrol meeting at Michigan re
eently a communication -from Ofoerlin
-was read, -which stated that their ex
communication action "bad foeen re
scinded and that they -were anxious to
renew athletic relations -with the Uni
versity of Michigan.
The fooard decided to open athletic
negotiations "with them, and Manager
Baird -was instructed to secure football,
baseball and track dates il possible.
The football schedule Is already made
up, and no game "will foe played "with
Oberlin next year. A track meet -with
them is a probability, and maybe a
baseball game -will foe arranged. The
board of control disqualified Barrett
because vof a condition.
This ends a threear athletic strug
gle "between 'Oberlf . ind Mienigan, and
it is gratifying to Seel ttkat Oberlin
came to Michigan point of "view in
Officially adopted foy the leading Col
leges, Schools, and Athletic Clubs of the
country. IJvery requisite of Base Ball,
Golf, Tenuis, Athletics, GymiiasrHxa.
Sjialdins Official Lcagac TBall is lie
official Ball of tfoe National Xeagae, aad
all the leading College Associations.
Spaiaiag'sBase Ball Gmde for 1900, 10
cents. Haadsoaae catalogae of Hia'Hv
Sports free to any address.
CKM91M. HKWYjMHL KVI.
If yi mrc xratac to te
Dont complete arrangements until you
foave secured information regarding tfoe
personally conducted excursions via
Tfoese 12xcnrsions leave Omafoa ewerj
! Friday, in telegantfj'ujaKjlstered Ordinary
iSlecpuig Cars, illuminated ly Pkrtsch
Xigfot, foeated foy Steam.
I J-orTime Tiililes, IilderE, Illustrated Uotiki,
I'atnpllletB, descriitive vi tlttlerriluiy Iraverwsd,
. . SLOSSON, Ascnt.
See the haudBome imovlng mlctures
toow toii 'exhibition mt 304'4 0 istreot
UJ. IP itlckot offlce. T!ree.
A now system of Shorthand, called
the Gregg, 1b now foelng taught at the
Omafoa Commercial Oollege, Omaha,
"Nebraska. This system .differs Irom
Pitman and Graham in that it foas
fout ue poBition, one rilant.. no shades,
less than 500 -word signs, is lour times
as legible, and admits of great speed.
It can be learned in foalf the time,
and is -well adapted to all purpoBes
for which Shorthand is used. Anyone
thinking of foecoming a stenograplier
Jihould -write at once for information
about tfoiB new system.
Tfoe only thoroughly good place in
the city "where a student can get any
lcj.ua of fooard ttbat Ifoe wauta dt at Cam-
leron's cafe, 114-118 South 11th street
SHORT II W AM f JUEX HKVIU
ToTfcimiaCky, PmH City-, :Si.TmHi, mU aM
Ctty Ticket imee, 1039 X) Street.
M. C. IBUmsm, f. 3. SDMIEtL,
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