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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1912)
Piibllflhoil by tho Student Publica
tion Hoard of tbo University or No-broska.
Editor SFARLE F. HOLMES
Mannglng Editor. EARLE II. TAYLOR
ABfloclato Editor FRED McHONNELI,
ABBoclato Kditot. ..BURTON S. HILL
Manager V. C. BUCHANAN
AsB't Manager.. . JAMES MORRISON
Circulation Manager LEO IJREEN
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Payable In Advance.
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1035; Manager, Auto 1821.
Kntorecl at tlio poBtofTlco nt Ilnroln,
NchniHlcii, as sp.coimI-cIubh tnull mutter,
under the Aot of Coheres of Maicli 3,
.FRIDAY. MARCH I. lit 12
OUR SECOND CHAMPIONSHIP.
The coming basketball gainoH with
Kansas offer an excelleni opportunity
for tho Btudent body to oxhlblt that
much talkod-of characteristic school
spirit. Those are tho final ganieB of
an unusually successful season, a
BeaHon In which tho CornluiBkor live
has won every ganijO, except that ono
with Minnesota. Our team BtandB un
dlBputed champion of the northern di
vision, und in all probability, cham
pion of the conference.
Assuming that we win one. or both
of the present series, Nebraska will
have had to her credit TWO cham
pionship teams In one year. This is
a record Boldom attained by a school
and Bhould be fully appreciated by its
The aforesaid appreciation can be
shown in only one' way by a record
breaking attendance at the games.
Tho first game, tonight, begliiB at 8:lf.
Tho usually tlroBomo period between
halves Is to be consumed by a short
band concert, and several "Btunts"
partaking of the nature of "sailor's
lights" and j.ho like; Immediately fol
lowing the game tho gonial "Dog" 1b
planning to hold an Informal dance
In the chapel. Such a round of con
tinual pleasure should draw oven tho
most Indifferent from their JlrosldcB,
and Instill Into them tho spirit which
should prevail In tho presence of a
school's second championship team of
Saturday's game Is to be called at
7:30 SHARP In order not to conflict
with tho University night program
Tho doorB of tho Temple theatro will
not be opened until 8:30, so that it 1b
up to everyone to eat a hurried Btip
per and reach the armory by 7.00
THAT LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS
In view of tho numorouB complaints
which greeted yestorday'a issue of tho
paper, wherein tho list of those who
had failed to renew their subscrip
tions was published, it would Beom
that an explanation was forthcoming.
This Hat was not published with
malicious Intent, nor with tho idea of
roprovlng thoso who saw lit to stop
their subscription, but rathor for tho
benefit of the business department.
Slnco the radical change in tho sub
scription list, duo to tho offorta of
Tag Day, moro or lesB confusion has
provnlled in tho circulation depart
ment. It was with a view to allaying
this confusion that tho list was pub
lished Many havo been calling at Station
A for papers whoso names do not ap
pear on the proBont subscription IIbL
Owing lo a shortage in coploB thlB
has proved rather ombarrasBlng for
the management, as well aB for tho
real subscribers Furthermore, many
of the Tag Day solicitor have not yet
turned In their receipt books, bo that
no accurate figures can be compiled.
For these reasons the list was pub-IIhIwiI
AflVnno whnmi tifiirw, rlnnu tint )iw
long In It Is asked to report to thK'
"Rag" office .At his earliest con
venience, when the mistake will be
ENGINEERS' PROGRAM COMPLETE
Five Events Planned for Next Week
by Committee in Charge.
The committees in charge of the
arrangements for Engineers' Week
have completed all details and the
program as decided by them is as fol
lows. Tuesday, March .r Engineers' Con
vocation, Mefuorlal hall. 11 a. m.
Wednesday - Engineers' rally, M. E
2(1(1, S p m
Thursday -Engineers' edition of the
Friday Engineers" smoker, Delta
Saturday, March 9 Engineers' ban
quet, Lincoln hotel, f:.'!0 p. in.
Tho banquet tickets can be ob
tained from the various members of
the banquet committee and tho white
badges which the engineers aro to
wear during the week will be dis
tributed in the hall of the Mechanics
Arts building and in the Mechanical!
Engineering labonuory, Monday morn
Weber Sultorium, 1 100 O St.
Students are especlully invited to
attend the lecture on "Why Things
Happen to Happen," tonight at 8.00
o'clock In Hrownell hall, KIT South
Elevtnth street, by Ernest Untermann,
student, author, translator, lecturer,
sailor, traveler, doctor of philosophy
and world-citizen Mr Untermann is
a native of Germany, studied at the
University of Berlin, where he re
ceived his degree. He has translated
many of the best Gorman works on,
Socialism, Including Capital, by
Marx, and is himself tho author of
various books in the English languago.
Mr. Untermann comes before tho pub
lic equipped with a raro fund of
knowledgo on his subject. Ho has
been a member of tho Socialist party
In America since its formation, and
his scholarly familiarity with other
schools of philosophy makes him
especially well qualified to comparo
and contraBt tho Socialist point of
view Admission, 25 cents, and ac
cent paper or book on Socialism Free.
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancers with popular hitB. Auto B
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