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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1912)
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tion Doard of tho Unlvorslty of Ne
braska. EDITORIAL STAFF
Editor SBARLE F. HOLMES
Managing Editor. BARLE H. TAYLOR
Assoclato Editor. FRED MoCONNBLL
ABBodato Editor... -BURTON B. HILL
Manager C. C. BUCHANAN
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dinner last week. The essence of his
toast was to tho offoct that the cngl
neer should broaden his life 'While in
col logo to such an extont that ho can
proclaim himself a cultured man as
well as a technical individual while
praotlclng his profession.
All students should rislt the "CoV
lere Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. 8 L. Chaplin, Prop.
Entorod at thKToBTofnce at Llnooln,
Nebraska, a" bccoikI-oIohb mall matter,
undor tho Aot of CongroM of March 3,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1912.
Hindoo Studont Magazine.
"Tho Span of Life," a magazine
with a subscription list of 1500 stu
dontfl in tho United StatoB and India,
is published by tho Hindoo students
at tho University of Washington. It
Is printed entirely In English, and Is
undor tho direction of tho Hindoo
students In tho American colleges.
For your orchestra call O. L. Joses.
Tho presort administration of tho
Ndbraakan announced as Its policy
tho athorlng and publishing of news;
news to the exclusion of all olso.
Tho carrying out of this policy has
proven a problem which has demanded
nil our onorgy and time; wo have
done our best, which haB not boon
anything startling, and have sought to
carry to our readers Information which
at loaBt carrleB with It a fresh atmoB
phero At this time, when news 1b particu
larly Bcarce, it might be well to men
tion another aim which wo have al
wayB bad In mind, but which we have
not made much of This aim, which
1b Bharod by many other University
Institutions, Is to Instil Into tho under
graduates and alumni a doop regard
for tho Bchool; a regard which will
prompt them to portray, at every op
portunity, tho advantages and flno fea
tures of their Alma Mater.
Tho "Rag." In its present capacity,
moaning its sizo and circulation, can
not bo favorably compared with the
dallies of other institutions. In this
far it cannot inspire the roaderB with
much loyalty and enthusiasm.
It can, however, accomplish some
thing by bringing up for discussion
"live" questions questions which con
corn tho welfare' of tho University, and
which should bo of interest to every
student and alumnus If such an in
terest can bo created through Its
columns tho NobraBkan will consider
that It has dono a largo part of Its
duty to the school
Dr. Orin Lamb
U. of II. Class of '11
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Union Literary Society.
Palladlan Literary Society.
Sigma Nu formal.
Senior Play School of Agriculture
Band hop. Frat Hall.
Saturday, April 7.
Studont Debating Society.
Sigma Nu banquet.
Medical Society dance
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Sigma Tau dance. Sigma Phi Epsllon
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