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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1900)
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"A ncwspnpcr devoted to tho Interests of Tho
University of Nebraska and tho student body."
Issued Kvcry Tuesday Noon. l'uhltahcd
nt 25 North Eleventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Hall Matter.
though the sitnoi'.dienaoni. of public
instruction in tho Philippines htu
asked tho presidents of all leading
universities to make recommendations.
It 1j understood that good salaries
will bo paid but only the strongest
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1321 O Street.
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fections. TOM BROWN, Prop,
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ft. M. Cowcill.
Charles I. Taylor,
N. E. Buckley,
T. M. Howitt,
Ralph R. Rnlnoy,
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T. J. Howitt,
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Tho Ncbraskan-Hcsporian will be sent to any
nddrc3s upon tho receipt of tho subscription
price, which is one dollar a year.
Contributions aro solicited from all. News
items such as locals, personals, reports of meet
inps. etc , aro especially desired. Tho Nebraskan-Hesperian
will be Rlad to print any contrib
ution rclativo to a Rcneral university subject,
The churches have opened their
doors to tho student and welcome him
to their good 'fellowship as cordially
as they do their own members. The
Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. aro
perhaps the most important religious
functions of the student body. These
associations arc organized by the stu
dents for the promotion of the stu
dent's spiritual welfare. Each morn
ing of tho school week a short relig
ious service i.3 held in the chapel of
the university, where a few moments
are taken to remind the student of
his religious duties. The different
pastors of this city together with the
professors conduct these services.
"All students will be interested to
learn that the band will go down with
the team to help win the Nebraska
game on Thanksgiving day. The board
of control has decided to hire the uni-
but the name must accompany an sucn. versitv band to furnish music for the
TJia ICuliTTiaVnji-TToMnerian is sent to all
scribors until ordered discontinued and all ar
Address all communications to tho nnuAS
kan HKsr-KtUAN, P. O. box 210, Lincoln, Neb.
"Imitation is the most sincere Hat
tery.'1 Football at the university is far be'
ter this year than for some time past.
This ' was shown most conclusively
yesterday by the two games in which
our players were engaged. A victory
was won by the second eleven and a
tie game played oy the first team.
athletic ball and the money that they
would pay them will be given towards
paying their expenses to Lincoln."
The above clipping shows that the
Minnesota men expect o carry off all
the honors at the Thanksgiving game.
While we admire their energy and
push, we have a suggestion to make.
It is this: that they learn among
other pieces the following: "We were
happy 'till we met you and the fault
was all your own," etc.
In the early history of the univers
ity, there wa3 a genuine interest ex
hibited in tho work of the literary
societies by the students and pro
fessors. It rarely happened then that
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PHONE 701, 1120 O STREET.
LINCOLN, - XEI1UASKA
The Photographs of last year's Class
testify to tho excellence and high
grade of his work.
The Lincoln Academy
Corner llthand Q Sts.
While many wished tnat the first
eleven would win from the K. C.
Medics, it was conceded tnat a tie
game would show much strength on i a strong student would leave the uni-
the side of the university men. The j yersity without having had consider
doctors of Kansas City are known all able training in speaking and debating
over the west as having one of the in one of the literary societies. As
College and University Preparation.
Alfred Yl. Wilson, Ph.D. (Yale,)
I-. PRINCIPAL. .
For &. m&eit shine
Go to 205 South 11th. St., Sheldon
strongest teams. This year is no ex
ception to the rule as they have won
all their games up to this time. The
game was one of the fastest ever
played in the west.
the institution has increased in depart- block, corner 11th andN Sts.
ments and in number of students, the
general interest in the literary socie
ties has decreased. Only a small per
cent of the students now belong to the
literary societies or the debating clubs.
The great majority leave the univer
sity unable to speak effectively in pub
lic or to preside with credit over an as
sembly of any kind. This should not
The importance of this
W. E. EDWARDS.
lDIES AND CENTS SHINING PARLORS
The second eleven put up a good
ame against the strong Nebraska
Indian team and succeeded in mak
ing a touch down in each half. This
is tho first year the university has i be the case,
been able to turn out a good second I work should not be lost sight of by
eleven and with more signal prac- i the great mass of students. Every
tice, it will be strong enough to beat j student ought ot be a member of some
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any team in iseurasica. wiui iwo ; merary organization, mere is inter-
such teams to pick from, the univers- est and enthusiasm in the few literary
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ity should continue to win during the
rest of the season.
societies that we now have. Let us
hope that this interest may grow until
it results in the organization of several
new societies with a good membership.
The idea of most people is that a
student's religious life is much neg-1
lected when he comes to the univers- Oliver Johnson Dentist. Eleventh
ity. They feol that a person goes to and 0, over Harley's Drug store.
college in order to gain a higher edu
cation and his mind is so much taken
up with his work of a material nature
that he neglects tho spiritual develop
ment. To a certain extent thiB is true
and were it not for the opportunities
and reminders that are constantly
being thrown out to the student, ne
might lose some of those finer relig-1
It is highly commendable in our
government to establish schools of
agriculture In the Phlllipines. The
practical form of education will do
much more towards civilizing and fit
ting these people to make iheir own
living than could be done in any other
way. So far, yqry few have expressed
a desire to engage In this pioneer work
styles and sizes
Ftmke Opera House Block
Hours 7:45 a. m. to 7:45 p. in.
"Wo have juxt received UHhijiinont of tho Stu
dent 'h edition of tho Btundurd Dictionary. Como
in and examine them. Keud Chuncellor An
drovv'n enthuHiuHtic roeoininuiidution of tho
Standard in tho luHt iiumlier of Tho Arrow -Head.
322 North eleventh Street.
Next week we will rccelvo
about 2000 pieces of Elegant Im
ported China, decorated with
photographs of the State Univer
sity aud State Capital. Tho lot
will comprise Plates, Cups and
Saucers, Creamers, Sugars, Bon
x lions, Pin Trays, Celery Trays,
t Spoon Trays, Howls, &c.
lou can lintl nothing nicer or
more appropriate for a present
than one of these pieces.
o We carry a full line of Queens-
S ware, Glassware, Hooks, Tablets,
Q. .lardinercs Jewelry, Japanese
Room Decorations, Pictures, Pic-
( ture Frames, Posters, Toys, Dolls,
$ Holiday Novelties, &c, &c.
J We make any size or style pic-
j ture frame to order at a price
J that will please 3011.
( Every week we have a tcss
5 Than Cost Window Sale. Watch
138-140-142 South 12th St.
in a Hurry
And at New York prices, tingly
or by the dozen, may be obtained
Hcond-hand or nrw, by any boy or
girl in the remotest hamlet, or any
teacher or official anywhere, and
Brand new. complete alnliabetlcal
c ataloeur ,-, of itchool books of s (
fuotiiiirri, it yuu mention Uiu ad.
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The latest in books:
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Are the leaders in sale the country
The latest in Stationery:
Whiting's Organdie and Wedgewood,
Crane's and Nurd's Papers.
SOMETHINO NEW-SEALS ANO LETTER
and Drawing Paper.
Waterman' Ideal, Parker's, and a line
f len for.$1.00.
Wilson & Mall,
1123 O Street.
The Yellow Front.
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