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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1911)
tlbe SDailv IHebraskan
Vol X. No. 61
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
HUSKER STAFF ANNOUNCED
REED QIVE8 OUT NAMES OF HIS
JUIUIRS AND SENIIRS ON THE LIST
DEPARTMENTS TO BE CARED FOR
BY SPECIAL STUDENTS.
Classes and Other Organizations to
Be in Charge of Staff Mem
bers Staff of Upper
COin CONTESTS FOR
ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Editor Reed of the 1911 Cornbuaker
announced the selection 'of. The stiff
of the bis annual. The list. vih two
exceptions, 1j composed of junior and
senior students, sa the book is pub
lished by these classes.
A change has been inaugurated this
year in that all departments aie to be
looked after by certain students on
tho staff. Organizations and classes
will be ?ared for in tne same n anner.
The staff as announced is ns fol
lows: Editor-in-chief Guy E. Reed.
Business Manager Guy C. Kiddoo.
Anan Raymond, Senior.
Dana B. Van Dusen, Junior.
Geo. N. Foster, Law.
A HANDSOMELY BOUND
CORNHUSKER WILL BE GIVEN
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
FOR THE BEST CARTOON ON
SOME MEMBER OF THE FAC
ULTY. FOR THE BEST CARTOON ON
SOME STUDENT ACTIVITY.
SUCH AS ATHLETICS, DEBATE.
ORGANIZATION, DANCE. OR
ANY UNIVERSITY FUNCTION.
FOR THE SORORITY HAND
ING IN THE BEST BUNCH OF
FOR THE FRATERNITY HAND
ING IN THE BEST BUNCH OF
FOR THE CLUB HANDING IN
THE BEST BUNCH OF JOKES.
FOR THE BEST POEM OF NOT
OVER TWELVE LINES ON THE
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
FOR THE BEST SHORT STORY
IN REGARD TO ANYTHING PER
TAINING TO THE UNIVERSITY.
CONTESTS ARE OPEN TO
ANY STUDENT IN THE UNIVERSITY.
HAVE PLANNED SINCE FALL
EDITOR8 HAVE BEEN BUSY ON
THE 1911 CORNHU8KER.
WORK TO BE REPRESENTATIVE
'DEPARTMENTS CREATED MAKE
Frederick W. McConnell.
Geo. B. Packard.
LOOKING UP COACH.
Arnold A. Bald, 'Meaiclner-4
Chas. Bennett, Engineering.
Philip K. Frederick, Artist.
Assistant Business Manager J.
Ernest E. Hahne.
Walter Powers, Athletics.
Arthur Oberfelder, Senior.
Ernest Graves, Junior.
Harry Hughes, Calendar
Harold Noble Organizations.
Harold Noble, Organzatons.
Fraternities and Sororities
L. 0. Ostarhaut.
E. H. Hahn.
Searlo Holmes. - .
Hazel Johnson, ""
Helen Mitchell. ,
Florence Da,vis. f
O. H. Pierce;
Lynn Lloyd. t
R. B. Weaverllng.
Dr. Clapp Investigating Men and At
Diy R. G. ClanPjx physical director,
has not returned to the University
from his trip to New York City, where
he attended the meetings of the na
tional athletic association last week.
While he is away he will look up dif
ferent men that are being considered
by the athletic board as possible se
lections for tho all-year coach posi
tion. If he returns before Thursday
evening he will depart at once for
Des Moines, where ho. will attend the
meeting of the Missouri Valley Con
ference, which will,, convene In that
city Friday. Otherwise he will go to
Des Moines, returning to Lincoln
Examination Notice in German De
partment. Next Saturday morning Professor
Fossler will conduct the examinations
of students who want to have t'holr
high school credits applied to their
Artists Are Working English Club
to Edit the Literary Depart'
ment Frederick to Be
FIRST GAME 8ATURDAY.
Cotner Collegians to Be First Basket-
The first basketball game of lbe
season will be held Saturday evening
In the Armory when the University
will meet the Cotner five. The regu
lar schedule for the basketball team
has not been completed and Manager
Eager announces that nothing has
been done on the football achodule for
the fall of 1911. This matter will be
settled- after the meeting of tho ex
ecutives of the schools represented in
the Missouri valley conference the
third week In January. -
OPEN SIGMA XI MEETING.
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Juniors and Seniors Should Have
Them Taken at Once.
All juniors and seniors should have
their ' Cornhusker pictures taken at
once, at Townsend's. The staff is
making an effort to get the book out
earlier thlB year than has been the
custom In the past and to this end
Is requiring that all sittings be made
before February first. Absolutely no
pictures will be taken after February
15. Those taken between February 1
and 15 .will be twenty-live cents extra.
"TfieT,egular "price UF the first Tlozen
will be $2.75, nnd for ovory dozen
thereafter, $1. The sittings for groups
will be taken during the month of
?fv 7 Jv v v r " 'V 'n " p t n T
THINGS EVERY STUDENT
SHOULD THINK ABOUT
$ Bring your snap-shots to the $
Cornhusker office. ,
' When you see or hear a Joke
write It down, and put It In the
Suggestions for cartoons are $
$ more than welcome., . ,
Have your picture taken.
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Discussion of Various. Questions Set
for January 10.
A meeting of the nfembers of Sigma
XI, the honorary scientific Bocloty,
will be held January 10 nt'8 o'clock In
Nebraska hall 210. This will be the
second open meeting that the society
has held this year. Discussions will
be held as follows: "Abnormalities in
Tapeworms." by Professor Barker,
and "Species of Rodifers," by Profes
sor Powers, Dean Wolcott of the
medical college will also give a report
of the Minneapolis meeting of the
American Association for the Ad
vancement "of""ScIen-de, whlclr"wnsheia
during the holiday recess.
Ever since curly last fall, G. E. Rood
and his staff of managing editors have
been busy planning and arranging for
the 1911 Cornhusker, which will be
placed on sale.
Editor Reed haB announced the en
tire staff who will aid him In the com-'
pllation and collection of the matorlal
to go into the big book nnd rapid
progress will m'nrk the work of tho
Cornhusker stuff from now on.
While tho work of arranging the
big book Iiub been carried on tho art
ists, for the publication of the juniors
nnd Benlors, huve nlBO been working'
and during the past month have pre
pared n considerable number of draw
ings for the big book.
-Thn wnrlf- thtg -yonr Jnw hnnn flj.
At convocation Thursday morning,
"The Honor System."
Tho annual Freshman hop will be
held at the Lincoln hotel, Friday
evening, January 6th.
The Union Literary society will
meet In the Temple Friday night.
The Palladlan Literary society will
meet in the Temple Friday night
The regular Pershing Rifle drill will
be held Thursday evening at 7:15 In
vided Into 'departments In order to
make It representative and not appear
to be tho result of the labors of a fow
Individuals. This Is a now system,'
nnd all the managers are hoping that
it will prove successful in order that
a systematic order of things will be
The contract for tho engraving for
tho Cornhusker has been let to tho
Buckbee-Mears Engraving company
of St. Paul, Minn. .
The work of the artists Is being
pushed by Chief Artlat Frederick.
Hall, Blanchard and Wicker are work
ing on drawings for the work. All of
these men have done thlB work be
fore for the publications of past years
and this qualifies their work. A fow
freshman cartoonists have submitted
samples of their work to the staff.
The English club will have charge
and edit the literary department and
every effort Is being made to make
this the most artistic of any of tho
Cornhuskers ever published.
THE HONOR SYSTEM.
To Be Discussed at Convocation This
Convocatlonthla mornjng will bo
devoted to a discussion of the honor
system, by various members of the
facultyS This system was adopted last
year by the fraternity men, but plans
are entertained for the general estab
lishment of such a custom among all'
First Afternoon Convocation to Be
Held Friday at Five O'clock.
Vesper services will begin Friday
afternoon at 5 o'clock and will be held'
each week until May, In Memorial hall.
Music will he the chief feature of
these afternoon convocations, which
will be furnished by' the University
chorus, assisted by a string- quartet
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