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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Vol. XIX. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, DECEMBER 16', 1889. No. VI.
Issued semi-monthly by the Hesperian Publishing Associ
ntion, of the University of Nebraska.
E. R. HOLMES, Editor-in-Chief.
Frank F. ALMY '90,
E. P. BROWN, oi.
J. B. FOG ARTY, '91,
j. b. Mcdonald, '92, 1
L. E. TROYER, '92, f
Dan W. BUSH, '91, -
O. G. MILLER, BUSINESS MANAGER.
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PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
T. H. Marsland, Pres. Dan V. Bush, Scc'y.
UNIVERSITY UNION LITERARY SOCIETY.
Frank F. Almy, Pres. Miss Louise Pound, Scc'y.
DELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
F. H. Woods, Pres. C. D. Schell. Scc'y.
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
F. C. Taylor, Pres. F. F. Almy, Scc'y
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A.
Miss Rosa Bouton, Pres. Miss O. Van Hise, Scc'y.
A. F, Woods, Pres.
A. M. Troyer, Scc'y.
Edvin Farmer, Pres. j. B. Fogarty, Sec'y.
MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB,
C. E. Tingley, Pres.
ST is necessary for us again to beg the pardon our
(jpl readers, and especially of the members of the
biological journal club, for a typographical error in
our last issue. The "intelligent compositor" made
us talk about the "biographical journal club" when
we had no knowledge of such an organization.
INCE the non-partisan prohibitory amendment
league has been organized among the students,
it may not be out ot place to speak of the advantages
which may come from the organization. In the first
place there is need for evangelization among our
students. Though a large number are in favor of the
amendment, many can not see the wisdom or expedi
ency of such a move. There is need of both public
speeches and private work to win these over to the
great cause. The meetings at the University will at
tract outsiders and these will carry away influence
with them to others. But perhaps the greatest results
will follow when the students scatter to all parts of
the state. The enthusiasm generated in the Univer
sity league, the facts and figures, tho arguments there
obtained, as well as the practice in speaking on this
particular subject, will follow each member to his
home. Thus the good seed will be scattered broad
cast over our fair state with the result of producing
an abundant harvest of prohibition votes. We urge
every student who believes in the amendment not
only to join the league, but to regularly attend all its
meetings. The movement needs you, and you need
the help the organization will give you if you intend
to stand by your convictions and do battle for the
N account of the absence of the Hesperian force
from the city up to the first of January no pa
per will be issued on that date. There will be then but
one more issue of The Hesperian under its present
management. The election of the new board of
editors will occur about the middle of January. We
should like to offer a little advice to our readers.
The paper has not been run in just the manner to
best suit you. Now the thing for you to do is to see
that an improvement is made under the new manage
ment. In the first place, elect no one who is not
interested in the college paper and who will not