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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Lincoln, Nobraaka. 1
PubllBhcd.by- ' s ,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor C. J. LORD
ABHOdate Editor. T. J. HARORAVE
Associate Editor A. 11. DINSMORE
Manager O. C. KIDDOO
Asslntunt Mnnaucr V. C. HABCALL
dlroulatlon Mummer.. C. C. BUCHANAN
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JANUARY 5, 1011
Applications for the position of
Managing Editor of the Dally Nebraa
kan for the rest of the semester should
be sent to the Editor not later than 6
p. m., Friday, January 6. A vacancy
In this position has resulted due to the
resignation of Mr. Llddell.
. Tho coming meeting or tno repre-1 RTttn
sentativeB or the 8chools making up
tho MlBBonrl Valley Conforenco callB
Thursday, 1 1 a. in,.
What will the roBiilt he? How 1111
the aenaon end ?
These are all questions which only
time can unswer, but the men who
are working to make the season a
succobb believe that this will ho the
The work of the d(und has. so for,
been all practice. This first game
will determine the Btrong and weak
points of the Cornhuskers and Conch
Field and Captain Hutchinson will
then have the duty of providing the
remedy for tho weaknesses.
All the students hope arid believe
that th I b Is Nebraska's year and that
the victories of football and debate
will he continued in basket-hall.
To Students In Advanced German
All thOBe wishing to try out for the
Gorman play are requested to notify
their Instructors In tho German de
partment at once, as the caste must
bo made up, this week.
lr Br-Waldo '08 iaJ&Uowlng
tho law profession at 97H Clarkson
street, Denver, Colo.
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the attention, of the Btudents to that
much-discussed question, "Summer
Tho matter is one of dollars and
cents, pure and simple, but It means
a great deal to tho average college
The natural ability of an American
boy to play baseball is one which can
often bo turned Into profit. If this
hoy Is able to earn money by playing
baseball In the summer months ho
should bo allowed to do so. .Every
student will agree to that. Then
where doeB the objection arise? It
Men who havo stood for puro ath
letlcB and clean athletics realize that
a line must bo drawn somowhoro to
keep matters In check. But the Bum
mer baseball proposition is ono which
miiBt bo dealt with carefully.
If a university student is enabled
to play baseball in tho summer in
order to earn money to go to school,
it loks to the students that he should
be allowed to do so.
But here tho trouble arises. If Bum
mer baseball is allowed, and college
athletes are permitted to do this, then
tho cry will arise, "Let thorn do any
thing in athletic lines to earn monoy
to go to school, and still bo amateurs."
WhaJ will the result be?
THE FIRST GAME.
Cotner comeB Saturday for the first
basket-ball game of the 1911 season.
Lost Pair of fur gloves in U. Hall.
Their value paid on return to, Daily
Nebraskan office. 61-lt
Lost S. A. E. fob, With gold locket
with letter "B" on back. Return to
1107 O St. C0-5t
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Special Reductions in
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Lincoln Sanitarium Plungm
TM Brut Silt Water jtlwilii Nti
OUK81 Ladle. Morning's Bxoepl iuOays.
QenUtmen. Afternoon and Brenlnjs. Lulu
and Gentleman, Monday and rridajr Brenlnfs.
1411 in Struts. Ipiclil Parties Arraiftf fu
Friday, Jam. 6
! Freshman Hop
Walt's Orchestra TicKetg $1.25
Found Moore's Non-leakable foun-
tnln .pen,, south of. Library. Owner
may obtain same aFNobi'aBknn office.
Found r Handkorchlof containing
monoy, which owner may obtain at
Nebroskan offico by paying for this
ad.- . Gl-3t
For Sale Due bill on leading pho
tographer in Lincoln. See Nebraskan
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