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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1901)
"A newspapor devoted to tho interests of Tho
University of Ncbrnska and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesdny Noon. Published at 134
Nortli eleventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Hall Matter.
T. J. Hewitt. f Managers
HAL H. ROBERTS Editor-in-Chiof
J. A. KRKS Assistant Kdito
Board of Editors:
Emily Jenkins, . S. II. McCaw,
J, A. Manning, A. C. Lee,
R. R. Rnincy.
N. E. Buckley,
L. K. Cottle.
G. M, Cowpill,
Chns. I. Taylor,
J It. Stnlir,
C. C. Wilbtirn,
Klincr P. Hodges,
T. J. Hewitt,
T. M. Hewitt,
R. T Hill,
John M. Nelson,
II. M. Stone,
A. I.nMoutc Chase.
Tho Ncbrasknn-IIcsporian will bo sent to any
address upon tho receipt of tho subscription
prlco, which is ono dollar a year.
Contributions aro solicited from all. News
Items such as locals, personals, reports of meet
ings, cto., aro especially desired. Tho Nebraskan-Hesperian
will be glad to print any contrib
ution relativo to a gcnoral university tubjcot,
but the namo must accompany all such,
Tho NobrasknnHosporlan is Bont to nil sub
ecribors until ordorod discontinued and all ar
Address all communications to tho NnnnAS
cut Hesperian, P. O. box 210, Lincoln, Nob.
The offices of The Nebraskan
Hesperian and The Nebraska
Teacher have moved to rooms 4,
5, and 6, 134 North Eleventh St.
Other schools as well as the Uni
versity of Nebraska are having their
troubles over the management of ath
letics. "We have succeeded in getting
on a firm basis which will no doubt
stand. Yalo students aro clamoring
loudly for reform and a closer union
of general athletics. At the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, the undergradu
ates arc complaining against tho man
agement. The following editorial from
the Michigan daily shows that every
thing is not smooth there:
Tho Dally is being loaded down with
uli sorts of communications on ath
letic matters. "We intend to be fair
with both factions in tho controversy
but wo will not give the columns of
this sheet over to mere mud-slinging
and personal attacks as such. Unless
further communications contain mat
tor which really bears on tho athletic
situation and offors some reasonable
amount of argumont, tho Dally will re
fuse publication. Personal grudges
must be paid off outside of these columns.
as a member of any college team until
he has been a matriculate in such col
lego under tho above conditions for
ono year and until tho close of tho
succeeding season devoted to tho sport
In which he last participated; and in
tho institutions represented in this
conference preparatory students shall
not be eligible to membership on the
Tho above artlclo was adopted by
the athletic association which mot in
Chicago a short time ago. It is a
movo in the right direction and will
stop men changing from ono college
to another with no other object than
to play foot ball.
Hours 7:45 n. m. to 2:45 p. tn.
A FEW COPIES
Students Standard Dictionaries left. Wi
go at cost.
Cloth and leather back, 2.50. . now 2.15
Full leather, 4.00 now 3.30
: Wo carry onlt the cardn of remitnble 5
men, and students will flud represented a
in this column tho best physlciunt) and 3
dentists in tho city. a
The Nebraska state legislature met
and organized on January 1. Tho sen
atorial contest will occupy their at
tention for somo time. However, uni
versity friends should impress tho in
terests of the institution upon tho sen
ators and representatives with whom
they are acquainted and should make
It a point to keep tho matter before
them constantly. Very few people out
sldo of the university understand uni
versity needs and conditions. A cam
paign of education and the right kind
of lobbying by university students will
do a great deal toward putting tho
university and Its needs clearly before
The Yalo foot ball team has elected
Charles Goold captain for next year.
He plays at end and has a good record
back of him. We wish him success.
The Comedy club of the University
of Michigan is having a very success
ful season. By hard work, they have
aroused Interest and aro now reaping
their reward. Why can not we follow
Tho basket ball sonson has oponcd in
earnest and tho toam is practicing
hard. Last yoar, tho unlvorsity yield
ed only fair support to (ho boys. While
basket ball is not as popular as foot
ball, It is almost as interesting, with
a much faster gamo. Tho history of
tho sport is short, especially at tho
university. Dr. Hastings introduced
tho gamo and pushed it to its present
high standard. Evoiyono should lon.l
thoir support to tho toam as it Is a
branch of unlvorsity athlotlcs. Wo
wish tho team success.
1. No ono shall participate in any
intercollegiate sport unless ho bo a
bona fldo student doing full work In a
regular or special courso aa defined in
tho curriculum of his college, and no
person who has participated as a col
logo student In any intercollegiate
gamo as a "member of nny collego toam
and who has not afterward obtained
a, collego acadqmlc degreo, shall bo J
permitted 't6 'participate in any game1
are unequalled for
style, material and
We make them,
and most all cadets
All equipments for
military and uni
tions. Send for cata
logue. They are
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