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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1901)
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"A newspaper dovotcd to tho Interests of Tlio
University of Nobrnslta and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published at 134
North Ulcventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Hall Matter.
K. W. WARItnUIlN, I Mnii.M.r,i
T. .1. Hkwjtt, f Mincers
HAL H. ROBERTS Edltor-ln-Chlof
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Board of Editors:
nmlly Jenkins, S. II. McCavr,
J. A. Manning, A. C. I,ec,
R. R. Rnincy.
N. U. Buckley,
I,. K. Cottle.
G. M, Cowcill,
Chas. I. Taylor,
I,. II. Rtuhr.
C. C. WiUiiirn,
II. J. Kiuikc,
Klmcr P. Hodges,
T. J. Hewitt.
T. M. Hewitt,
John M. Nelson,
II. M. Stone,
A. LnMonle Chase.
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price, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions nro solicited from all. News
Items such us locals, personals, reports of meet
ings, etc., nro especially desired. Tho Ncbrns
knn-IIespcrlan will be glad to print unj oonlilb
utlon relative to a general university subject,
but tho name must accompany all such,
Tho Nohnudfan-ITofiporiau 1b Bont to nil nub
ecrilwnt until ordorod discontinued and nil ar
Address all communications to tho NnnnAS
kan UESPKniAN, P. O. box 210, Lincoln, Nob.
The securing of a game with Wiscon
sin by Manager Cowgill is a master
stroke. Nebraska will niako a good
showing next year against the Badgers.
A cartoon in last Sunday's issue of
one of the Omaha papers is a good
example of inconsistency. It shows
seven or eight grown people taking a
small boy to the circus. All have
winter coats and the ladies aro pro
vided with furs. Just because tho car
toonist drew the plcturo in February,
it ' is no sign that the small boy is
i taken to the circus through snow.
"Minnesota's visit to Nebraska on
Thanksgiving day seems to havo done
that university more good than any
thing that has happened to it in a
long time. It has proved somewhat
of a "coming-out party" for the fair
debutante. Minnesota Daily.
The above clipping shows that the
Gophers have noc been able to forget
the institution down on tho plains in
Nebraska. Of course, it is not con
ceited for the University of Minnesota
to make such comment but wo have
one thing to add. Possibly her visit
to Nebraska opened her eyes enough to
enable her to see beyond tho fence
around her own campus.
Chancellor Andrews is taking a
deep interest in the rural school prob
lem and as toon as possible intends
to mako a thorough study of tho rural
schools of Nebraska believing that ed
ucation at tho present timo will bo
much benefited by tho improvement if
these schools. This is a department of
our public school system which ought
to receive more attention than it has
during tho past. Too often tho teacher
of a country school is a person un
fitted in education and oxporionco or
both, for the duties of instruction.
There is a manced tendency in some
localities to hlro, as teachers of dis
trict schools, persons who havo boon
crowded out of the city schools be
cause they could not come up to tho
standard required by tho town people.
This condition is largely tho result of
carelessness on tho part of tho resi
dents of the country districts, vhon
they take sufficient interest in their
schools to demand hotter school facil
ities for their children they will get
them and not until then.
, T.ho second semester opened yester
day with an increased registration.
Many old students returned to take up
work for tho next half year.
Much credit is duo tho officers of
tho debating association and especially
Mr. Miller, instructor in English, for
their efforts to secure a debate with
Tho Loland Stanford Jr. University of
California. Such a dobato will attract
attention in all tho colleges of tho
country. Tho men from California
will travel moro than three times the
dlstanco over covered before by a col
lego debator. Tho two universities
concerned aro tho most prominent in
their respective sections; Stanford on
tho Pacific coast, and Nebraska in tho
middle west. We are suro that the
students of tho university, of Lincoln
and of Nebraska will support the de
bate and make it tne most successful
in tho history of the university.
Hours 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Sccond-IIntul Hooks taken in exchange
for subscriptions to Tin? Akrow-IIkai)
1 year 81 00
(i months f0
322 North Elevent streo
During tho past year, many college
papers all over the country have seen
fit to clip frequently from our columns
giving us customary credit. Wo ap
preciate this very much and are al
ways pleased to have them make use
of any matter which may be of inter
est to their readers. However, we
must confess that we wero much sur
prised when a certain weekly publica
tion of our own university appeared
with a couple of columns of news mat
ter copied verbatim from our last num
ber without giving us credit. Here
tofore, everything copied, although
carefully rehashed, still boro the ear
marks of its parentage. Now when
we, some time ago, by a typograpuical
error, caused a man to run a hundred
yards in 3 seconds, there was no rea
son why they in their next issue
should cause the same man to run an
other hundred yards in threo seconds.
They should have had some considera
tion for the physical condition of tne
man after wo got through with him.
Of course, wo aro always willing to
help an Infant industry but it is gen
erally customary in newspaper circles
to be courteous enough to give credit
when copying from exchanges.
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3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 5. '.
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Removed from 120ft O St . to 12th and N Sts.
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The California Route
Is via The Burlington
TWICE EACH WEEK
A Tourist Sleeper leaves Lincoln for
... Los Angeles ...
Luive Lincoln every Tuesday 10:55 a.m.
Lmve Lincoln every Thursday, 0:00 p. m.
Remember, the through car line Is TUG BURLINOTON.
city Ticket Ofiicc
Corner 10th and O Streets
7th St., Between P and Q
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