The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 18, 1912, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Owned and publlaliod by fe University ofNcbrnskn. througii
' THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD '
OfflceH Dasemont tlio Administration Building. , ' .
Postofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888.
TELEPHONES
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 4206
SAM R. BUCK, Editor-in-Chief
EDITORIAL
A. H, Dlntmore, Managing EdltoV
P. C. McConncll, Associate Editor Searlo F. Holmes, Asfloclato Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor E. Leo Updcgruff, Sporting Editor
REPORTORIAL
Ii. A. Bcchtcr Hugh Agor
Wallaco B. Troup
William O. Cooloy
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT
Ruth Mungor
FARM DEPARTMENT
Editor, H. O. Hewitt
Joseph MBCarthy
John Harding
"W. A. Nelson
Mcrrlll.'Rccd
Winifred Harm
Wlnnlficd Elchnr
J. LoVoJoy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
Wlnnlfrcd Sccgar
E. C. Nelson
Henry Bull
Henry Stubbo
Robert Brlggs
Haxel Wcstover
Abigail McConnell
BUSINE88
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BU8INE8S MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Asat. Bga. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 6c
Faculty,, notices and University bulletins published free.
O Entored at the, Postofrice, Lincoln, Ncbr., as second class matter under act of
v ' Congress March 3, 1879.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1912
NOTICE.
Applications for election to the posi
tions of editor-in-chief, managing edi
tor, two associate editors, business
manager, assistant business manager
and circulator of the Daily Nebraskan
for the second semester of the current
year will be received at the office of
the 'Secretary of the Student Publica,
tion Board, Adm. 203, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, Jan. 19, 1912.
Applications to be made on form
which will be' furnished by the Secre
tary. A. A. REED,
Secretary.
We have all decided to study hard
every night between now and exami
nation time and now wo are pleased
to take a test' each day in place of
the finals. Great world, isn't it?
Cheer up, it might be worse.- Yes
terday the weather man gave ub a
chance to pot our nose out of doors
without having ft frostbitten.
Registrar III.
Registrar Rutledge has been out of
the office since Monday with lllncBS,
which the doctors think Is grippe.
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones,
Auto L-8605. W & TH
English
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EVERETT M. JENK8.
It is with sincere sorrow that tho
Daily Nebraskan publishes In-Its col
umns an account' of the untimely
death of Everett M. Jenks, a member
of the junior law class. He was a
diligent and conscientious student
whose untiring and earnest offorts in'
pursuit of a chosen subject won for
him the respect and warmest affec
tion of his friends.
Wo take this opportunity to express
on behalf of his friends and class
mates our heartfelt sympathy to his
bereaved family, and the conviction
that in his death we as well as they
have Io'bI a friend worthy of esteem.
j, OUR APOLOGY.
It is truly discouraging. After the
over-taxed staff of the "Rag" had la
bored all Tuesday afternoon and far
into tho night in order to put a paper
before tho reading public; after they
had lost copy, Vo-read and slashed the
rest, examined tho proof and taken
the remainder meekly to the printing
office, tho "make-up man" brought all
to nought'.
The advantakes of one o'clock drill
were Introduced -"In the discussion of
Bterilize'd ' water, the opinions of Pro
fessor Engburg were substituted for
the-planB of Miss Gittings as to the
girls' locker room lri fact, chaos pre
vailed Perhaps1 the r only advantage
In this' Chinese arrangement 'of ' the
reading matter lay In, Its novelty."
In lieu of the constant 'grumbling
which followed the novelty, however,
the staff has decided that' such a
scheme will be hereafter avoided as
far as possible.
GRADUATE 8CH00L MEETS.
Organization of One Hundred Mem
bers Will Be Formed Jn Chapel
Hall Today.
The members of the graduate school
of the University will hold a meeting
this morning at 11:30 In the Chapel.
The purpose of this meetlnc is the
perfecting of the organization, which
1b at prosent rather loose. At a ban
quet recently held by the graduate
students over fifty attended, and since
there are nearly ono hundred nnd
fifty In tho entire class, a .powerful
organization Itf possible
At this meeting the advisability of
engaging space In the Cornhusker will
also be discussed.
The Hyde Printery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
MANDOLIN CLtiB ELECTS. '
Officers Chosen and Work Begun on
Concert Program.
The Unlyerslty Mandolin Club held
Its election of officers last night. R. P.
Thomas'1 was chosen president; E. H.
Young, vice-president, and J. t). Neal,
librarian.
The services of Francis Potter of
Omaha have been secured at great
expense rto the University, He is very
enthusiastic over the prospects. Work
is being done on. the concert program.
Two guitar players and two banjo
players are all that are' needed to
make the organization perfect.
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