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THE DAILY NBRASKAN.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
'A Newspaper devoted to tho Interests of the
UQlToriltr of Nebraska.
- - Published at J3iHorthllth St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crabtree, President.
Q. L. Tovrne. Beorotar.Troaiuror.
- J, I. Wyor, T.J. Hewett, E. W. Washbarn.
8TMMMO H. MoCaw - Managing Editor"
J. A. Manning - Asst. Manager
Oeoboe P. Sbidlbk ... - Atbletio Editor
The subscription price of tho Dally Nebras
kan ! 12 for tho college year with o "regular do
liTory before chapel each day. Notices, com
Mnnfoatloni, and other matter Intended far pub
llcation. mutt be handed In at the Nebraskan
office beforo 7 p. m., or mailed to tho editor bo
fore 8 p. m., of the day pretlous to that day on
"hlchthoy are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be loft at tho Npbraskan
ofilco, at tho Co.Op., or with Baslness Manager.
Subscribers will confer a fayor by reporting
promptly at this ofllo'o any failure to recolre the
PaAU changes in adTorttslng matter must be in
the office by 8 p. m. on tho day proTlous to that
on which they are to appear.
Address all communications to the Dally No
braskan, 134 N. 11th 8t., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Owing to the Borvicos In memory of
the lato President McKlnley, and to
tho fact that the University will be
closed all day, there will bo no Issue
of 'tho dally tomorrow. Instead the
paper will bo Issued next Saturday.
In its Initial rpimber oh-the yeap
tho management of the Dally Nebras
kan desires briefly to outline the pol
icy and purpose of the paper. It waB
Btarted because there wa& thought to
be a distinct need for it In tho Uni
versity. Other institutions with no
larger registration than Nebraska sup
port good dally papers and roport them
valuable adjuncts to the -school. One
by one our western colleges have grown
and developed and established dally
papers. The latter are as much a
matter of evolution as daily papers In
the outside world.
When the need for such a paper 1b
felt tho question arose as to the best
method of managing it. Whether it
should be done by the subscribers,' by
stock company or by private individ
uals was a question vital to the Inter
ests of the paper and the University
The second method, an incorporated
Btock company, was chosen because It
provided stability and insured wide
spread interest in the paper among
students, faculty and alumni. Th
capital stock was placed at $1,500 and
the number of shareB at 300 In order
to give the paper a firm standing and
at tho same time lnsuro its democracy
by putting it under tho control of a
large and representative body of peo
ple. Those who argued laBt Bprlng
that so largo a number of shares
could not be disposed of may bo con
vinced of their mistake by the fact
that only a very small number of -tho
shares remain unsold and fire going at
the rate of two or three a day without
solicitation on the part of the manage
ment. In regard to the policy of the paper
it may- be Bald briefly that the Inter
est8 of the University .and of student
-finterprJaes. Mill be .paramount in th
minds of the managers. The paper
"will exert what Influence it has to
place Nebraska at the head of west
ern colleges In nil kinds of student en
terprises, whether athletic or forensic.
- The staff of the paper will be made
up of the very best material in tbe Un
verelty. Places will he open to all
students who show their energy and
ability in newspaper lines. No favor
itism will be Bhown. There Is no
"pull" except that obtained by con
scientious work. Advancements In the
staff will be made from time to time,
and the work of each member of the
staff will be the basis for advancement.
Every student in the- Institution who
desires to do newspaper work is in
vited to join tho staff of the Dally
NebTaskan..- A note mailed to tho
mangalng editor or a call at tho ofilco
will be sufllclont.
The progressive ones at the State
University of Iowa got together the
other day and decided that they must
havo a daily, too. It will not be long
until the weekly newspaper in a large
university-will be as much a back
number as it is In the outside world.
College news gets Btale as quickly as
any other kind." In order to be inter
est it must bo fresh every day.
All young mon are cordially Invit
ed to tho reception to students to be
glv n in the Armory Saturday eve,
September 21, 8 to 10 o'clock. Come
yourself and bring as many x others aB
you can. It will givo you a good oppor
tunity to get acquainted with the lead
ing young men in the University.
On Sunday after noon tho Y. M. C.
A. will hold their first religious ser
vice. Rev. Mr. Wkarton will address
the young men on the subject, "A
Right Man.' Don't fall -to watch the
bulletin board for a more complete
notice of this meeting.
Sigma Alpha Eplsilon is situated at
321 north 16th streot. Their new chap
tor house promises to be a pleasant
home for this year.
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Is the Up-to-Date Place where La
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