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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1900)
"A nowspapcr dovotcd to tho Intorcstn of Tho
University of NobrnsUn and tho student body."
Issued Kvory Tncsdny Noon, l'ubllslicd
nt JJ2B North Klovcnth Street.
Hntcrcd as 5ccond-Clas3 flnll Matter.
HAL H. ROBERTS Editor-in-Chief
J. A. MnnnitiK.
Hoard of Editors:
S. 11. McCnw,
A. C. I.ce.
It. R. Knincv.
N. lj lineklcv,
1. K. Cottle.
. M. Cow-gill.
Anna M. iMgrcn,
Clias. I. Taylor,
I.. 11. Stiihr
C. C Wilhurn,
Winer V. Hodge,
T. M. Hewitt,
R. T Hill,
lolm M. Nelson,
11. M Stone,
J. A. Kccs
A. IiMont Chase.
The Ncbrnsknn-Hcspcrian will bo sent to nny
address upon tho receipt of tho subscription
price, which is one dollar n year.
Contributions nro solicited from nil. News
items such as locals, personals, reports of meet
ings, etc, nro especially desired. Tho Nourns-kan-Ilcspcrlan
will be glad to print nny contrib
ution relative to a general university subject,
but the name must accompany all such.
Tho Xobrasknn-Hesperian is sent to all sub
ficriljcrs until ordered discontinued and all ar
Address all communications to tho NitnnAS
kan Hr-sruniAN, P. O. 1kx 210, Lincoln, Neb.
Attention is called to the change in
our editorial staff. A hoard of five
editors chosen from the members of
the journalism class will hereafter
have charge of all the editorial work.
The editors were chosen because of
their fitness for the positions as indi
cated by their work as reporters. All
promotions on the staff of the paper
Will be made hereafter on this basis
and every member of the journalism
class will have a chance to compete
for an editorial position.
Doubtless many alumni out of Lin
coln would like to express their opin
ion in regard to having a general ath
letic manager at the University. We
would like to have them do so and ask
that all shall write at least a few
words in regard to this. Send your
letters to the Nebraskan-Hesperian
and we will place them before the
Regents. Let every alumnus who loves
his alma mater do this and the Uni
versity may be able to take another
step forward In her already prosper
folt. During his stay here, ho has or
ganized thrack athletics and perfected
tho indoor contests. However, ho is
to leave us nnd somo one must bo
secured to fill his place. A potitlon
circulating among tho students favors
Conch Booth of tho football team.
Any one who has watched practice on
tho field during tho present season
knows his ability in thnt line. Tho
work of tho team also stands as a
monument to his skill. Ho is ablo to
handle a gymnasium and lirht ath
letics In the same masterly fashion.
Tho question now seems to bo this:
"Is the University strong enough to
have a man at tho head of general
athletics as Stagg In Chicago and
many other men in tho eastern col
leges nnd universities?" Wo would
say "yes," most emphatically. There
are now over two thousand students
at the University and such a man Is
badly needed here. Mr. Booth could,
with assistants, carry on the work
which Dr. Hastings has managed so
efficiently nnd add to It the coaching
of both football and base ball teams.
By this some permanency would be
given to our football team. We would
not need to run the usual risk of sel
ecting a coach by correspondence.
Our coach would be here to watch and
direct affairs during tho entire year.
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Students especially invited
R. & C. Barber Shop
It 44- O Street
Organized rooting was mentioned
in last week's Issue but we will bring
it up again. Arrangements must be
completed shortly in order to enable
every one to learn the yells and prac
tice them. We must have several new
ones applicable to the special occasion
of a rame with our northern sister
Unlvorsity. The last effectual at
tempt at such rooting was in 1897,
when wo surprised tho .Tayhawkcrs
until thoy could not play fast onough
to koep our team warm. A company
of endots in charge of the captain was
located In each corner of the gridiron r
and in the center were crowds. Of
counks, there are times during the
jgnmo when one cannot see as well as
though ho woro free to move up and
down the Hold. Howovor this sacri
fice should be made in order to urge
the team on to their beat efforts by
showing your good will towards them
and your confidence In tholr ability.
Y. M. C. A.
An increase of one hudred and fifty
members in the Y. M. C. A. has been
determined upon by the membership
committee at a recent meeting. Little
special effort has been placed upon
this department cf work during the I
past two years as it was felt that the
greater effort should be placed upon a
real development of the organization
or rather the utilization of the mem
bership already secured but it seems
that the time has come now for a
special effort and to this ena the com
mittee is being enlarged. It ought not
to be a difficult thing to add this many
members and it ought to be done.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion conducts a work that ought to be
of as much interest to one young man
as another; it is a university move
ment just as much as football, debat
ing or oratory and as leaders in these
movements demand university sup
port so have the leaders of the Y. M.
C. A. the right to make the same
If men arc asking: "What is there
in it?" The answer would be "not
much to the man who goes In for this
reason." It is possible that for some
men the association is of little value.
They have their home life and social
circle, they don't have to work for
their expenses while in the university
but there are a large number of men
In the university who do need the
help which comes from such an organ
ization and it is from this standpoint
that men should make their decisions
when asked to join. Lot all mon in
tho university take an interest in this
organization at least to the extent of
The question of tna successor to
Profasaor Hastings is interesting
every one in the University. Ho has
done much for his department" and
athletics and his loss will ho greatly
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