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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1913)
THE DAILY NEIIRASKAN
THE UNIVERSITY OV NEBRASKA,
FREDERIC C McCONNKLI,,
ManaghiK Alitor Merrill V Rood
ABBodate Editor. .Kenneth M Snyder
AHHodnte Editor Cloyd I,. Stewart
Literary Editor Chandler Trimble
BuBlnenH Manager C. C. Huchanan
AHHlBtnnt Manager J. L. DrlBcoll
Circulation Manager J. S. Itowen
C. L. Yochum, J. L. Cutrlght, II. G.
Hewitt, W. F. Goodman, Winifred Soo
gar, C. N. Brown, F. N. WoIIb, A. R.
O'Hanlon, L. W. Horno, F. A. Turnuro,
J. R. Wood, I. K. Front, Leon Sainuel
boi, Clarence Spier, HchhIc Muhoii
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Entored at the poHtolIlce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as hccoikI-cIuhb mall matter,
under the Act of CongreBB of March 3,
Tl'ESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1913
The poBitton that the Dally Nebrns
kan ban taken in fas or of the Reglnn'
plans for the remoal of the campiiH
to the State Farm is prompted b a
belief that such a move is a particu
larly happj one from the student point
of view. As expressed In a previous
editorial, we feel that the greatest
handicap tnat the student body has
to work against Is a lack of unity
and association. This condition is di
rectly due to the separate existence
which each student lives from the oth
er and It would find Its most conclu
sive remedy, wo believe, In removal
to the farm, where the natural con
ditions would favor the establishment
of an essentially student community.
For that reason wo favor removal, and
in endeavoring to represent the stu
dents, we Bhall contlnuo this policy.
ties and side Ibsuob uro to bo avoided
as availing nothing.
The Nebraskan recommends that
the students make the acquaintance
of the legislators i presenting their
home, counties, and convey to them
their views anent the removal Issue.
We have It from Beveral members of
the assembly that the student point of
view l xolng to bavo some weight
In the determination of the question
and If such is the case, the same
should be conveyed by the students
tiiemselvrs. Students, therefore,
should familiarize theniBelvos with
the important points involved In tho
present controversy, determine their
position and acquaint the legislature
with lb" s'ime. To this end a student
movement should be started and an
effort made to arrive at some deci
sion. It Is a matter upon which the
students bhould have pretty well de
fined views aid they should accord
mgly be induced to express themselves
Unfortunately tho removal question
is being made the excuse for a lot of
wrangling between Interested partleB.
It Is also affording the local evening
yellow a chance to Jibe the Univer
sity and Its olllcials with such shafts
of fiction as it 1b able to create out of
an already overworked imagination.
Friends of the University need not,
however, be alarmed by the foamlngs
of a cheap newspaper, which Indulges
In simple personalities, veiled insinu
ations, and malicious fabrications in
order to give effect to Its stand on
a public question. There are enough
salient and conclusive facts involved
in the University removal question to
allow for a solution on its merits. Wo
believe that such facts argue for re
moval and hence feel that personall-
The class in chemistry 25 will meet
Wednesday at eleven
lmportan' meeting Junior Senioi
Prom committee today 11 00, U. 10G
All students having conditions or
incompletes In Cbem 2-20-22 23 may
take examinations for credit Saturday
January 25th, at 2 o'clock.
SLANG MAY BE PUNISHED.
Wisconsin Professor Would Estimate
Offenslveness by Fines.
Sevrai folders containing lists of
liiestlonB composed with tho UJea of
making a study of judgments baBed
upon sensibility to language wore re
ceived today by Professor Edmond
S. Meany, head of the history depart
ment, from Dr. Josoph Jastrow, a
noted Polish scientist, now head of
the department of psychology at Wis
consin. Slang expressions, mlspelled words,
mlspronounclations and abbreviations
are. drawn up in various columns and
the reader Is asked to write down
according to the offenBlveness and
the expression a fine, varying from 1
cent to $1. The results are to be used
in statistics to bo published by Mr.
Jastrow next year.
Professor Meany Is distributing the
pamphlets among tho faculty Wis.
Dally Now 6.
lRead the "Rag"
$4 and $5 Values
300 pair of Samples Men
I got at a price
1450 O St.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re-FRESHMENTSinthecity
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
Freshman Class Caps!!
Prominent and patriotic freshman are demon
strating their class spirit by appearing in the
regulation Green Toque. We have also a sim
ilar means by which upper classmen may iden
tify themselves White Toques for Sophomores,
Red for Juniors, and White with Red Tassels
The comfortable winter headgear Aviation
caps, in grays, tans, and dark browns 50c, $1.00
Heavy Winter Caps in stylish shapes and colors,
formerly selling at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
Now 20 per cent Discount
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
50 Cornhuskers a day to have
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Home Made Baked Goods
Cookies, Pies, Cakes, Holsum Bread, Fancy Pastries
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