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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1906)
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THE DAILY ISEBRA3KAN,
tbt Daily lltbtoskan
A. consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. fl, Tho Nebraakan,
Vol. 10f Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, excopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of NobrMlta,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publish
Application made (or entry at tho
poBtofflco at Lincoln, Nebraska, as
second-class matter undor act of Con
gress of March 3, 1879,
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Laurence Fossler.
H. P. Leavitt.
Dwlqht Cramor. A. O. Schrelber.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation ...W. B. Standeven
Telephone Autpmatlc 1628
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
vorsity to join in the publication of
On the whole, then, it is to the inter
est of tho students of tho College of
Law as wellaa to tho interest of tho
other colleges of tho University that
ho Law$ join in tho publication of the
"Comhuskor," because it will make a
better book possible and at the same
time tax them less heavily,
Subscription Price, $2 per year In advance
Tho students of the Collego of Jaw
havo as yet takon no action looking to
tho appointment of their staff on the
"Cornhusker" for next year. Neither
havo they la'rfen a Btand one way or
tho otl.cr in regard to joining with tho
rest of the University in tho publica
tion of ono annual instead of throe as
has hevotoforo boon the custom.
Just why they havo delayed their ac
tion in the matter does not Beem to
bo known!. If the plan for tho publica
tion of tho book is unsatisfactory to
them thoy Bhould make that fact
known and tr yto secure a modification
of tho "articles of union" making them
conform more to their wishes.
Thoro aro a number of reasons wh
tho laws should join in this move
ment. In tho flmt placo, as experience
has shown, tho Collego of Law alone
is not largo enough to got out a book
without taxing each individual heavily,
To provetat a deficit it is necessary
to compel each student to plodgo him
self to tako a number of books, de
pending upon tho class to which he
Then, too, the; Issuance of two books
tho samo year causes them to compote
for advertising patronage, keeps down
tho receipts and prevent the respec
tive editors from putting out as good
an annual as thoy would bo able to
publish if they woro backed by more
finances. Tho Law's may argue that a
largo part of their advertising patron
ago comes from1 out of tho city flrna
and that they do not compete with
tho other books to any great extent.
However, if tho Laws Join in tho
"Cornhusker" it is more than probable
that this "out of tho city" advertising,
coming from law book firms, etc.,
...could be secured for tho Cornhusker,
ond, therefore, this argumont will not
A further reason has recently been
.added through tho action1 of the City
Commercial club in making an attempt
to curtail the University advertising
patronage. Thoy havo taken tho stand
that-thoy will not advertise In more
than ono University annual. The busi
ness men caw hardly bo Trtamed. for the
action, as the numerous advertising
schemes must to a heavy tax on them.
If they aro to advertise in but one
annual, thoy will certainly choose the
"Cornhaisker" in-preference to the Law
Annual on account of- the greater cir
culation of tho. latter. This being the
case, the finances' of the Law Annual
aro further reduced' and the reduction
must result in one of two things.
Either the quality of the Annual must
bc- lowet or the tax on tho "already
heavily burdened students increased..
In poinlj of fliTanqes1, then, it is to the
interest of'thoaw students as woll as
those of tho other colleges' of tho Uni-
Scene: -S.t6p8pf east entrance of Uni
Enter, from west, Professor A ;
starts to descend.
Enter, from eas.t, Professor B , with
pine box undor arm, starts to ascend.
Professor A (smiling) "Ah, ha;
So you carry it right along with you?"
Professor B (nodding) "Yes. Havo
you ovor tried it, Professor?"
Praofessor A (with assumed seri
ousness) "Hm, hm,- My wife haB
hm that is, occasionally."
(P. S. From our station among tho
"nrchives," tho box road "Poruna.")
"Everybody Plays But Harvard."
(Harvard authorities announce thoro
will be no moro football played at Cam
bridge until tho present rules aro
"Football," Johnny Harvard says,
"Is far too rough a game;
For overy tlmo we play a team some
body pulls up lame.
Golf and tennis suit us best, unless it is
So you can bet your blooming life no
more football we'll play."
Everybody plays but Harvard y
Now isn't that IMMENSE!
For overy time that Harvard played ,
She looked like thirty cents.
Yale has always trimmed her,
So haB Mr. Penn
Everybody plays and always has -But
What will Yale and Dartmouth do for
easy money right?
And what soft snap can Penn rako up
to wallop ovory fight?
So Johnny Harvard's quit tho game
well, Isn't that a dream!
For when did Harvard ovor beat a first
class football team?
Lnhcrsily Students will find lljem
JTj-izi North Thirteenth
Interest In dramatic art first ap
peared at hte University of Missouri In
1870, when Eugene Field, who was
very much interested in both literary
and dramatic work, and George S.
Barr, later a professional actor, start
ed what they were pleased to call a
Shakespearean contest. These "con-
i tests docyVlopeoT, Into annual events' and
became the featuro of each commence
ment week. Public-spirited citizens of
fered Incentives in the form of various
prizes. . t
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