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VOL. XI. NO 74.
ONIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY JAN. 24, 1912.
Price 5 Cents
NEBRASKA INK SLJNGERS
AND MANAGERS ANNOUNCED
DINSMORE AND BUCHANAN TO
HEAD STAFF OF COLLEGE
BOARD CONSIDERS SOME CHANGES
Literary Department to Be Edited by
Holmes Taylor to Be Man
Official notico of tho election of a
now Daily Nebraskan staff has been
given out by tho student publication
board. A. H. Dlnsmore, the present
managing editor, was elected to the
position of editor-in-chief, with Z. H.
Taylor for managing editor. The
business department of the paper will
"be managed by C. C. Buchanan.
A new feature -of the paper will be
tho literary Bectlon, which will be in
charge of Searle F. Holmes. Ho has
been elected to the newly created
position of literary editor. Two years
ago u special literary edition was put
out at Intervals by tho English. Club.
K. P. Frederick, who wasedltor .at
that time, was not satisfied with th&
Idea and tho lssuewas not contin
ued. It Is thought that a literary
column publtehda" once a week will
prove a valudole addition to the paper.
New Business System.
Anew system of accounts is being
.-considered by the board and, while no
plans will bo made public at present,
It, is said that the business managers
will receive more co-operation from
tho board In tho future. A complete
system of orders, requisitions, checks,
card files and account books is being
worked out at prosont.
Other changes in the business pol
icy aro being discussed, but nothing
definite has been anounced by tho
The New Staff Chosen.
Tho comploto staff as selected by
tho Btudont publication board Is as
follows: Editor-ln-chlef,. A. H. Dins
more; managing editor, Z. H. Taylor:
literary editor, Searle F. Holmes; as
soplate editors, F. C. McConnoll and
B. S. Hill; business manager, C. C.
Buchanan; assistant business mana
ger, J. V. Morrison; circulation man
ager, L. J. Broen.
All of these men, with tho exception
of Taylor and Hill, have been identi
fied with the paper during the present
semester. Both of these men hae
had city newspaper experience and
aro expected to prove strong addi
tions' to tho staff.
WANTED Three numbers of tho
1910 Thanksgiving edition of the
Daily Nebraskan. Will pay 50c
apiece for same. Bring to Nebras
kan offloe. 73-5
Official notice has-come from
. the7 Registrar's o..ce announc- $
ing that registration for, the
$ second semester will start on
Wednesday, January 31. Tick-
ets and class schedules are now
ready for distribution apply at
at the Registrar's Office. '
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THE GREAT NEBRASKA CADET BAND
CHICAGO MAN WANTS TO
EDWARD MANLEY CLAIMS PAT
ENT ON EAGER'S GOAL POSTS.
LOW PRICE FOR DESIGNS QUOTED
No Action Taken In the Matter Two
Hundred Dollars Usual
One of the most peculiar claims
ever brought against tho University
of Nebraska athletic management, and
taking equal rank with tho claim foi
medical services by tho voiceless
rooster, Is one that comes from the
office of Edward Manley of Chicago.
Manager E. O. Eager placed a couple
of new-fangled goal posts on Nebraska
field last fall and those people who
sat upon the grandstand and watched
the Cornhuskors take tho games in
gave forth many admiring comments.
A Patented Goal Post.
Now the manager has received a
letter requesting that Nebraska pay
to Edward Manley fifty large round
silver dollars because he thought of
the model first and has a patent on
tho aforesaid design of goal post.
Mr. Manley states that his usual
charge for the use of his design is two
hundred dollars, but as Nebraska has
had them up for some time, ho will
And a check for fifty dollars very ac
ceptable just now. No action has been
taken by tho manager or by the board.
DAND HAS MANY FRIENDS
ORGANIZATIONS PLAN THEATER
PARTIES FOR FRIDAY
The University band concert at tho
Oliver theater next Friday bids fair
to bo a great success. All of tho pro
ductions to bo rondored at that time
havp been rehearsed over and over
again for tho past three weoks and
are in' shape to bo glvon oven though
no more practices were poBslblo.
Four rehearsals, however, are boing
held this week.
Student organizations aro planning
to attend tho concert en masse. It
was rumored on tho campus last night
that ono of tho cadet companies was
planning a theator party in honor of
tho occasion. A Nebraskan reporter
was Informed by ono student that he
understood that Company I was ar
ranging to attend In a body, but ho
did not know how far tho plans had
.been carried. "It Is. mere rumor, bo
far as I am able to state," he said,
when pressed for a moro definite state
Other organizations aro reported to
be making plans, but nono would have
much to say about it. Ono girl boast
od that the organization to which sho
belonged needed no publicity. "Wo
will do our duty by the" band, though,"
she emphatically announced,.
COTTON THIRD ASPIRANT
FOR JUNIOR PRESIDENT
KEARNEY MAN ENTER8 THE
FIELD FOR HONOR8. WZk
WARM RACE IS ANTICIPATE!
Three Cornered Fight to Occupy the
Interest of Third Year
iMflembers of tho Union Literary
Society will meet at Townsend'a
Studio, Saturday at 1:00 o'clock, for
the Cornhuskor picture.
Fresh Hop Plans.
The members of the Freshman Hop
committee are . requested to meet in
the "Rag" office, Thursday at 11:00
TYPHOID SCARE AT FARM
BUT ONE STUPENT ILL AND NO
EPIDEMIC OF DI8EA8E 18
But one student of the State Farm
has typhoid fever. F.. O. 'Arnold fs re
ported very low with the disease,
"Principal Hunter warned all the stu
dents against the city water and his
warning stands vindicated, for Mr.
Arnold's' illness was caused by drink
ing the condemned supply. The Farm
water system is Independent of the
city plant and is absolutely safe.
Harry Cotton, a junior engineer, has
announced himself as (ho third candl
date for the presidency of tho class
Cotton is from Kearnoy, is a mem
bor of tho Engineering Society, and
played on tho Junior football team.
He Is also a member of tho Sigma Phi
Epsllon fraternity, and Is master of
ceremonies of tho Junior Prom.
There aro two other candidates In
tho field for tho honor of Junior presi
dency, namely, Randall and Forbes,
and with this new addtlon tho coming
race promises to bo tho hottest tho
class of 1013 has over seen In any of
its previous elections.
It is even, whispered about that
other candidates will bo announced
to tho unsuspecting' public whon the
"proper, time comes."
NOTED CRITIC HERE.
Dr. Jenkln Lloyd lones to Address
Dr. Jenkln Lloyd Jones of Chicago
will be the speaker at tho Thursday
morning convocation. Dr. Jones is a
speaker of national reputation. Ho
was the organizer and first president
of tho Chicago Browning Society.
His address' here will be on "Browning."
for Lincoln and Vicinity: Fair and
warmer,, with no change In tempera
ture. Variation of temperature from
26 to 42 above zere.
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