The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 06, 1912, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE $ DAILY NEBRASKAN
Owned and published by to University of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OfTlccs BaBomont tho Administration Building.
Postofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
ARCH H. DIN8MORE, Editor.
E. H. Taylor, Managing Editor, C. C. Buchanan, Business Manager.
8ubcrlptlon $2.00 per year. Single copies 6c
3 t Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
1 Entered at tho Postofllco, Lincoln, Nebr., as Bccond cIobb matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912
INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY.
Regardless of whether wo bollovo
In a standing army or not, whothor wo
considor battleships a protection and
nocosslty or a usoloss oxponso to tho
nation, or whothor wo would coun
tonanco International poaco, wo wol
como Rabbi Hlrsch to tho University
today. This Is "Pcaco day" at Nebraska.
ABOUT POLICIES.
Contrary to tho usual custom, laid
down by tho long lino of our prcdo
cosBors, wo shall not porpotrato any
groat list of "shalls" and "wont's" to
day. Wo do not caro to destroy any
valuablo old traditions, but wo do
rattior enjoy tho idea that our readers
will bo In susponso for a tlmo. It
really makos no great difference what
our policy Is, so long as tho Dally
Nobraskan is published regularly, and
distributed in a satisfactory manner,
and after all wo havo something more
WQrtby to talk about today a wait of
one day will not hurt our "policy" in
tho least.
They wore pioneers in tho true sense
of tho word; thoy dared to attempt a
now enterprise, oven against tho odds.
Thoy Invested their own "hard cash"
in a collogo newspaper. Wo cannot
do less than to print their names.
LITERARY DEPARTMENT
Searle F. Holmes, Editor.
IN APPRECIATION.
Messrs. Sam R. Buck and Vincent
C. Hascall, aftor serving tho Dally
Nobraskan in the positions of editor
and business managor, respectively,
havo takon a back seat. Thoy havo
dono thoir Job and havo now decided
that posterity must oithor look upon
their work with Approval or scorn.
Wo, who havo had tho privilege of
working with them, print, thoir pic
tures today, aB a recognition of their
service Wo wish thorn tho samo suc
cess in all their undertakings of tho
future.
LOOKING FORWARD.
It Is with some timidity that tho
lltorary editor accepts tho duties of
tho nowly created offlco. Ho is con
fronted by tho ghosts of former "IlFer
ary croatures, such as tho "Kioto,"
and his ears ring with dark threats
and murmurs of discontent at tho at
tempt to mako tho "Rag" a rhetorical
production.
Tho start under such a cloud is not
encouraging, but it Is to bo hoped
that evon this cloud haB a trace of
that blue-grey motal in its lining. It
may bo consoling to tho long suffer
ing reader to know that tho literary
column will burden tho paper only
once a week, and that tho outbursts
will deal with phases of college life,
and not with Buch oxhlllarating topics
as "unity," "mass," and "coherence."
Our first attempt will appear next
Saturday morning, and from that time
until tho arrival of Spring, whoso
balmy days are so propitious to tho
expression of inspirations, wo ask for
forbearance.
STUDENTS' LOCKERS EMPTIED.
SOME "RAG" HISTORY.
Prof. E. "V. Washburn, of tho Uni
versity of Illinois, called at our ofilco
ono day last weok (In tho terminology
of tho small county newspaper) and
wo wish to stato publicly that wo
more than enjoyed tho call.
Washburn was tho first business
manager of the Dally Nobraskan. In
1900 ho became managor of tho
Weekly Nobraskan Hesperian, which
was at that time about thirty years
old. It was under his administration
that a stock company was formed to
put tho paper on a moro solid basis,
and that tho now "name and daily
policy woro adopted.
Tho Dally Nobraskan, as originally
incorporated, was owned by students
and faculty members. Tho capital
stock amounted to two thousand dol
lars, distributed in shares of five dol
lars each. A board of directors was
olected, composed of two students,
two faculty mombers and ono alum
nus, J. W. Crabtroo was tho first
president of tho board. It was under
this management that tho original
"Rag" was published, with Mr. Hal
Roberts as editor-in-chief.
Whilo wo are referring to tho work
of tho "old-timers" and pioneers, it is
not out of placo that wo go a stop
further and honor them. Thoy dot
servo credit for tho work thoy did.
Misunderstanding Arises Over Expira
tion of Rents.
Owners of gymnasium lockers spont
a trying afternoon Monday when a
number of cadet suits wero found
scattered about tho locker room and a
largo number of rifles turned up miss
ing. Tho explanation of tho confused
condition lay in tho fact that tho
lockers are rented for only a semester
instead of a year, as some of tho stu
dents had Imagined. When tho period
paid for expired, Dr. Clapp ordered
the contents of these lockers takon
but.
Somo of tho Btudonts expressed dis
satisfaction with tho action, saying
they had notbeen given proper notice.
E. W. Washburn Visits School.
E. W. Washburn, ox-1903, now pro
fessor of physical chemistry at tho
University of Illinois, has boon visit
ing in Lincoln tho past weok. Ho was
at Nebraska University two, years,
leaving to comploto his education at
tho Masschusotts Institute of Technol
ogy. Ho is a member of tho Alpha
Theta Chi fraternity.
New York Times Puts Out College
Section In Sunday Edition.
Tho Now York Daily Times has in
stituted a collogo section In lfs Sun
day edition. A student correspondent
has been established at each of the
leading universities and all collegiate
news of importance will bo published.
Second Hand Books
will save you money. Call on
us before you buy new ones
Senior Pins on Sale
February Graduates
should order Caps and Gowns by February First
Multi Ring Note Books
ASK TO SEE THEM
All Needed Supplies for the
Second Semester at
The University Book Store
340 North 11th Street
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Typewriters, Typewriter Supplies or Typewriter
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Nebraska Typewriter Co.
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