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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1901)
"A newspaper devoted to tho Interests of Tho
University of Nebraska and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published at 134
North Eleventh Street.
Entered as 5ccond-Closs Hall Matter.
T. J. IlKwiTT. f Manners
HAL U. HOBEIIT3 Edltor-iu-Chlof
J. A. KUHS Asistnnt Editor
Board of Editors:
Ittnily Jenkins, S. H. McCaw,
J. A. Manning, A. C. Lee,
R. R. Rnlney.
Clifton Carter, Hlmer 1J. I lodges,
G. M Cow-gill. T. J. Htwitt,
D. Ilnnscn, T. M. Hewitt,
Chns. I. Taylor, R. I. Hill.
C. C. Wllhurn, N. A. Hiik,
II. J. K.lngc. Clnrc Mackin,
Catherine S. McLaughlin.
Tho Nebraskan-ncsperlnn will bo sent to any
address 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
lncs, etc, aro especially desired. The Ncbrns-kan-HcRpcrlan
will be glad to print any oontrlb
uiion relative to a general university lubject,
but the name must accompany all such.
The NobrnaknnHosporian Is sent to nil sub
scrilwro until ordorod discontinued and nil or
Addroan all communications to tho Nnnnxa
un HssrnniAN, P. O. box -10, Lincoln, Nob.
Captain Guilfolle's promotion is a
source of pleasuro to his friends at
Tho question of Improving the cam
pus is creating much interest. We
would urgo upon every class that it
make plans to leave a monument of
somo kind upon tho campus.
The enthusiastic audience which
greeted Mr. Michener at his first meet
ing on laat- evening was a credit to
tho university. Mr. Michener Is one
of the strongest Christian workers in
college life. Ho was greeted with the
largest mass meeting of male students
ever held on tho university campus.
His talk was not only interesting hut
very instructive. His advlco to the
men as students and coming from n
student will prove of great value to
many. His prolonged stay will en
able every one to take advantage of
Mr. Mlchener's experience by talking
personally with him.
condition of tho reading room and tho
difllculty In securing books, tho injus
tice is still greater. Many such acta
aro thoughtlessly done, but aro sure
ly not excusable. We would urge upon
every ono to remember his fellow stu
dents. Much tlmo would bo saved- in
tho Jong run.
MUSIC IN THE UNIVERSITY.
Besides many others, thero is one
thing nolicably Wiring in tho Uni
versity, and that is an interest in
Ono of tho marked differences be
tween colleges of Europo and America
is tho appreciation of good music, both
of tho instrument and of the voice,
and tho difference is not in favor of
the American school. Even in our
country moro attention is paid to this
feature of education in the eastern
colleges than in tho western.
In our own University slight atten
tion is paid to such things, a condi
tion which ought to bo remedied. Ef
forts have been mado for the last sev
eral years to organize a strong chorus
In the University and it is not to the
credit of Nebraska that this year
should see tho strongest chorus and
it with a membership of only ono hun
dred and twenty-five. Of this num
ber registered many have dropped out
on account of leaving school and other
reasons, and now tho averago attend
ance Is about seventy-five.
There are two chorus classes at pres
ent, tho first year and tho advanced
chorus. They both meet at five o'clock,
the first on Thursday and the advanced
on Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond, the leader
of both classes, is now having the
advanced chorus study Mendellsohn's
"St. Paul," which will be sung during
commencement week. This is a heavy
piece of work, and the class is study
ing it with considerable care.
The advantages of such work arc
not in the singing and practice alone,
but also in the knowledge one receives
in such study. The singer does not
fully appreciate the piece until he or
she has studied it thoroughly, and a
sincere effort at understanding the
production will bo a revelation to the
Attention to this musical work is
thus asked from all the students, and
it is hoped many will avail themselves
of a delightful and profltablo study.
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Caps, Gowns and Moods,
To the American Colleges and Universi
ties. Illustrated manual, sample prices, etc..
on request Gowns for the pulpit and the
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Tho abuse of library privileges by
somo of the students has become too
frequent. '1 ho reading room is very
crowded during the busy hours of the
day. Nevertheless, come insist upon
tipping up a chair and leaving it for
a half hour or even longer. A few will
thun reserve a Beat while they are at
tending a class. One example of this
recently camo to our notice. A stu
dent tipped tho chair, piled his books
up, and went to dinner. Among the
books was one almost constantly in
demand by a large American History
class. After an hour nnd a hnlf, the I
individual returned, occupied his scat;
for a few minutes, and went to a cIiibb, !
During the remainder of the after
noon ho probably used the chair for
an hour. At supper tlmo, the chair
was again leaned over upon tho table.
The gentleman, owing to his Humor
ous engagements, was prevented from
returning until about nlno-thlrty, or
only a half hour before tho library
closed. Thus the chnlr in tho library
had boon reserved by him for about
ten hours, and out of that time he
had actually used the seat for only
threo or four hours. Tho library book
had also been piled up with his own,
during that time. Such an abuso of
tho free privileges of our library is
carrying selfishness to an extreme.
Many others do things almost as
bad. When wo consider tho crowded
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We shall have all the best new books as soon as published. Call and sec us.
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