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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, February 01, 1898, Image 7

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Z f y t ' S f y o U x t O F F ICIAL ORGAN OF TH E N. Y. S. I. P. A. E d it o r ia l B oard . WM. S. WATSON, E d i t o r - in -C h i e f . G. G. BALLARD, E x c h a n g e s . H . T, MOORE, C am pus . HARRY W. HANNAHS, News G. P. BURLESON. P e r s o n a ls B u s in e s s B oard . W . WARD PLUMMER, ’98, M a n a g e r. GREGORY ROGERS, ’99, A s s ista n t M a n a g e r . Vol. XIX. GENEVA, N. Y., FEBRUAkY, 1898. No. 7. Sciilorial It does not seem to be a generally recognized fact among The Herald, the students that T h e H e r a l d does not receive the sup­ port it has the right to expect from them. There is hardly a man in the college who cannot do something in a literary way i f he tries; but instead o f each man doing whatever he can to support and help the editorial board which the student body elects to represent them, all, save a few, rest on their oars aud let the editorial board do the work. What differ­ ence does it make if a man does think that he cannot write as well as this one, or that one ? No one knows what he can do until he tries; and, even if it is hard work, and he finds that he cannot do as well as some other man, do not let him give up on that account. It is the duty of every student to do all he can for old Hobart’s sake, and surely, the support of the college paper is not any less important than some other things that everyone is willing and glad to do. The commendable interest shown in athletics and affairs Athletics. pertaining to them, argues well for the teams this coming year. This interest, however, if not more practical, will be of no use. W e regret to hear that only thirty dollars of the tax, levied

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