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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPKHTY OF .
TH UNIVEKBITY OF NEBRASKA,
PUbllKhcd by ,. .
THB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
EDITORIAL STAFF. ..,,,
Idltor K. P. FrjdorlcK
Managing Editor Carl J. Lord
Associate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Aasoolata Editor R. D. Hawloy
Managtr f j? 5,dt,0,J
Assistant Manager V. C. Hasoall
Circulator. C BUohanan
Editorial and Business Offlcet
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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1910.
Again wo assnme tho rolo of
benefactor. This time it is the
eyesight o the student body.
Over strain of the eyes will no
longor l)o brought about by
squinting at tho fino, closely set
typo of tho Daily Nobraskan. In
largo typo, soft and mellow to
tho eye, the papor will henceforth
bo a monument to tho kindly
heart of tho present business
Otherwise, frankly, tho pnpor
would need a monument. There
is no disguising tho fact that for
two years, since tho size of the
sheet was increased from four to
five columns, expenses have been
exceeding receipts. Beginning
with a surplus of $G50 two years
ago, we are now facing a deficit.
No matter How aesthetic the
motivo may be in issuing a col
lego paper it takes money to run
it. Our advertisers have given
us all the support that could bo
asked for. On examining the
books we find that our expenses
have been no heavier than they
Bhould have been. Only one con
clusion remains. The subscrip
tion list is either not largo enough
jot isnot paid up. Ad a matter
of fact it is a little of both pul
verized and stirred into a com-
- pound which "would wreck tho
finest of fivo column papers.
With the alternative, of reducing-
tho size of the paper or en
larging the typo- wo .choso tho
latter. Not because we wished to
gjye poorer saticfaction, not be-,
cause we wished to work a hard
ship with those subscribers who
have supported us thus far, but
because there is a largo class of
students who did not support us
in the endeavor to keep up tho
former paper. Our stamps are
gone used up in sending our
duns to delinquent subscribers.
Our collectors are worn to a
shadow attempting to secure an
audience for unpaid bills. And
single copies of our paper circu
late from hand to hand until
scores of students secure the ben
efite.of one subscription. "We are
noji peevish or discontented. Wo
are merely stating facts as they
aroi It is only left to tho pres-
cnt managomont to givo tho stu
tlcntH a paper which they will
While idly kicking at a spider
which hung from a chair in class
room tho other day wo wore sud
denly awakened by tho voice of
the prof cssor. "Why may we not
affirm tho obvious?" ho repeated
as ho arose and scrawled it on.
the board in largo loose hand
writing. Why not, wo repeated.
Then a vision aroso of all the
petty intrigues and trifling rea
sons which usually influence all
affirmations. A vision of the
surging mass of students and fac
ulty pursuing a fleeing editor to
the uttermost parts of Salt Creek.
With a kick wo crushed the
spider. Why not?
"Baso Baso" is the heading
which appears crossing the front
page of a recent edition of the
Cotncr Collegian. While this -is
ovidently a typographical error,
tho fundamental principle of tho
game is well suggested. Bases.
Aside from this verbal rubbish
lot us turn tho spot light on the
baseball team. Keep it thorq till
all the details of the team soak
into your pores. Then turn it on
tho freshman team and let simi
lar details soak in. Then you
may depart feeling that whoever
snys Nebraska cannot play ball,
will bo branded forevor with the
brand of Ananias.
TEAM LEFT YESTERDAY.
Baseball Men Started on Eastern
Trip Yesterday Afternoon.
Yesterday afternoon the mem
bers of the baseball team left for
Q1RLS look me up on Oxfords and Shoes.
Stunning Pumps in $4 and $5 grades. I buy
samples, as samples are always best, and
sell the best make of shoe leather for $2.5o.
That's why I am up stairs.
tho eastern trip. Eleven men be
sides Coach Carroll made tho trip.
Tho men who left were Captain
Gronslit, c; Clark, lb.; Watters,
2b.; Metcalfe, ss.; Gumming, 3b.;
Slouther, RatclifTe and Patterson,
fieldora, and Olmstead, Frank
and Mather, pitchers.
The team has games scheduled
with Ames today and Monday.
Tuesday they meec Highland Park
at Des Moines, and Wednesday
they play Cornell at Mt. Vernon.
Tho game on Thursday which was
scheduled with Iowa and the
games for Friday and Saturday
which were scheduled with Min
nesota have beon cancelled at the
request of those schools on ac
count of the' Nebraska board of
control refusing to certify to the
eligibility of tho men on the
team on account of the summer
baseball rules made by tho Mis
souri Valley and ".Big Eight"
conferences. Games with some
other teams will bo scheduled to
fill tho vacancies. These games
will probably bo scheduled with
somo college teams in South Da
kota, possibly with the University
of South Dakota team at Vermil
lion and perhaps one game vith
Morningsido collqgo at Sio"ux
WISS PADDOOK HE&E.
Y. W. 0. A. Secretary for
The Y. "W. C. A. has had n
pleasant surprise in the form of
in extended visit from Miss Es
telle Paddoqk, d secretary ftr
China of the Y. W. G) A who is
associated in work with Miss
(jracc Coppock in China, a grad
uate of tho University of Nebras
ka. Miss Paddock was expected
only for the cabinet conference
on .Saturday, but sho arrived in
time to speak at the local cab
inet meeting Thursday and to tell
tho girls at the Friday noon meet
ing of Miss Coppock 's excellorit
work in her foreign station. Srie
figures prominently in the pro
grbm for the cabinet conference
today, and will speak at a Sun
day meeting at tho First Chris
tian church at 4:30 p. m.
Tho Sunday meeting is a joint
assemblage of Cotncr, Wesloyan,
Lincoln and. tho University, asso
ciations. A special attraction
will be a violin solo by Bessie
There is- a rumor afloat of a
joint picnic between tho Y. W.
C. A. and Y. M. C. A.,, to take
th place of tho usual annual
banquet. The date set is May 14.
and the social committee is head
ed by Randall Curtis.
TO BE ENTERTAINED.
High School Students to Become
Acquainted with Univer
Special effort is being put forth
to furnish entertainment for the
high school athletes who will be
here on High School Fete Day.
Among tho things the athletes
will bo entertained at a training
luncheon Friday noon before the
meet. That evening tho "N"
Men's Association expects to give
them a banquet. Saturday morn
ing tho university gymnastic
team will give an exhibition for
tho visitors. Tho medals won
in the meet will also be presented
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