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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
EDITORS TO BE PAID SALARY
Publication Board Favors Compen
sating Editorial 8taff Effective
FOUNI--Neor lfith and S BtreetB, a
bunch of keys Owner can have
the same by paying for thlB ad.
WANTFD Mending and repairing of
all kinds, also Bowing or dressmak
ing for Btudents. All work guaranteed.
HO 2 North lfth St l-15-3t
PLAN PRESENTED TO REGENTS
Tho editor of the Dally Nebraska?!,
togothor with tho manaKliiK odltor
and ono associate Ib to receive com
ponsatlon for IiIb services on tho pa
per commencing with next BemoHter
If pinna of tho Publication Hoard re
colvo the approval of the Hoard of
Hogonts. For Bomo tlmo a Bpeclal
committee appointed by the Hoard
has boon carrying on an Investigation
and has found out that tho NebniBkan
1b ono of the few colloga papers
throughout the country that doeB not
furniah financial Inducement for those
who RHHtiino the editorial responslblll
tlea of tho paper.
At preBent there Is a rule of the
Board of Regents denying tho edi
torial force any such privilege, but It
Is felt that with tho Publication Doard
in favor of the change, the regents
may bo Induced to alter their position.
The plan contemplates tho doing
away with college credit for work
done on tho NebniBkan aH has been
tho custom for years. For the preB
ent at least tho finances of the paper
will only support one associate If
the position of second associate is re
talned, ho will serve without pay
Tho same will be the case of the liter
FOR RENT Danco hall, second door
Hrownell blk, 25x90 foot; no better
Moor Ir. city; elevator service, cloak
rooms, toilet rooms, good piano; no
public dance allowed In hall; limited
to fraternity, aororlty, club and private
dances; dates reserved; $8 a night.
Hoth phoneB. John Taylor, Hrow
C II Froy, University florist, 1133
FRESHMAN GETS APPOINTMENT
Elmer Almquist Has Chance at West
Point Examinations is Second
Man: from Nebraska
Another University man has Just
received notice of his appointment to
West Point military academy- Elmer
Almquist, '16, of Wahoo, an Alpha Tau
Omega pledge, was the recipient of
this unexpected goods news the other
day. Mr. Almquist Is a freshman In
tho arts and science college and ex
pected to enter the medical college
This is the second man that haB
been appointed from this school dur
ing the last two weeks. W. V. Cow-
gill, a resident of Lincoln, being the i
(lrBt to receive the apointiuent. Aim-
qulst and C'owglll will take the ex- j
amlnations in April and if successful '
leave for the east in June, when the
school starts. i
ARE NOW HERE-BUY TODAY
Why use that old Fountain Pen-Get a Good one.
Calendars are now in Season.
The University Book Store
340 North llth Street
and ARTHUR ALBRO
In the Lehar Comic Opera
OLIVER, JAN. 17-18
Friday, Saturday, and Sat. Matinee
While They Last, 35 Cents Each.
We have a large assortment of Felt Pennants on hand
of all the State Universities and Colleges.
J. C. ORCUTT & CO.
134 South 13th Street
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th ano O Sts
DO YOUR WASHING
IN FAVOR OF REMOVAL
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made a thoroimh investigation of the
facts and conditions, and that their
stand for removal was worthy of biio
nort from tho Btudents whom, it was
felt, would reap most of the henellts
from the change.
Telephone Yule Bros at onco.
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
FroBhmen as well as older students
will receive a" hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the hest of service
at Green's Barher Shop and Bathhouse,
130 N. llth St. Adv.
THE NEW MODEL, NUMBER FIVE
L. C. Smith & Bros.
Ball Bearing Long Wearing
HAVE YOU EXAMINED ONE?
More L. C. Smith Typewriters used by the University of Nebraska than all other
makes combined. Just the result of a careful and thorough test. Call and see one of
the new models. If you do not find time to call, drop a card for the booklet.
During the past few months we have secured as part payment on new L. C. Smith
typewriters sold, a large number of other makes, many good as new. These will be
sold for One-fourth to One-half Original cost. Certainly some real bargains.
Our stock of rental machines is very complete, any standard make.
Nebraska Typewriter Co., Distributors $&g&g&
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