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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1911)
THE I'ltOPKHTY OF
THE UNIVI5IISITY OF NEBRASKA,
TIIK'STtmBNT PUBLICATION HOAItD
Editor C. J. LORD
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.JANUARY 527, 1911.
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With this issue of the Daily
Nebraskan; publication Is sus
pended for examination week.
AB'ThaBbecnthe custom" In" the
past, the last issue of the Ne
braskan for each semester Is
published the day previous to
the beginning of examination
week. The next Issue will ap
pear February 6, under the
charge of the new siaff.
Today 5 p. m.
considered for the position, ami this
than has received favorable mention.
However, It 1b importnnt that the
bonrd mtiBt consider every point, for
and against each man, and if Benedict
is tlie be8tTTTTmr-for-the-iosltlon t hen4
he Hhould be chosen.
A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS.
To overy student in tho university
it is very apparent that no more beau
tiful place for the situation of a uni
versity couJd be secured than at the
state farm. While the care of the
catupuB both at the farm and In the
city have been placed in the hands of
the landscape Hardener tho city cam-
piiB lias been one of the most dlfllcult
propositions to denl with. This is be
cause the assistance of the students
has not been granted. During the
winter montliB. the desire to "cut
across" has been shown more than
once, with tho result that well out
lined paths have made their appear
ance at various places. This results
in unBlKhtlincss, and a lack or neat
nesB. The remedy for matters of this
women of tho university who do these
thlngsv Follow the walks, do not
"cut across." and tho work of the men
in charge of beautifying tho campuB
will bo made easier, and the school as
a whole will bo benefited.
In accordance with the long estab-
$1.50 Grade Cape and Kid 1415 O St.
THE FACULTY COACH.
The selection of a faculty coach is
a matter which requires a great denl
of careful investigation and careful
consideration. For that reason tho
matter hns demanded a great denl of
attention on the part of the members
of tho committee appointed for that
purpose from the athletic board. The
student body should awnlt their deci
sion with a great deal or patience, for
it means that in the end the best
man for the position will receive the
recommendation of the committee to
That a faculty coach must bo sub
jected to a thorough investigation is
a fdregono conclusion. It Is easy to
put a man on tho faculty of a state
university, huMf he should prove In
competent It Is" with a great denl of
dlfllculty. that ho Is removed, Ifccnuse
a step of this kind is sure to arouse
criticism, no matter how cnrefully It
Ib handled. Tho beBt man for the
place, that is the Idea, and for this
reason tho students of tho university
should awnlt the decision of tho in
vestigating committee with a great
deal of patience.
The man himselfmust'- be
ered. Mb ability as an. athlete, as
woll as his ability to coach are points
which must not bo overlooked. Mau
rice Benedict, one of tho greatest ath
letes Nebraska has over had, has been
Hshed custom the Dally NebniBkun
suspends publication for the time ex
tending over the examination period,
which begins tomorrow.
Tho Dally Nebraskan for the past
semester hns attempted to boost for
Nebraska and Nebraska spirit. That
true Nebraska spirit is the basis of
all movements for the betterment of
the university is a recognized, fact.
For this reason the Nebraskan has at
tempted to boos,t for Nebraska spirit
first and laBt.
This Is tho Beventy-Boventh Issue of
the tenth year, That means that to
complete the volume, tho same num
ber must follow for the second sem
ester, However, It is not for us to criti
cise tho paper we have made. We do
know this, however, that the Dally Ne
braskan has never been more heartily
"knocked" than during the present
semester. And so- wo comfort our
selves with the Haying: "People never
'knock' anything they don't like." It
Is really a case of cussing tho thing
when you get it and missing it when
eon8ldJJWbuJd that students in this state
university dould have tho opportunl
tles afforded tho Btudents. of tho Gor
man universities of .seeing grand
opera productions in all their originality.
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