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THE DAILY NEHRAgKAN
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
FREDERIC C. McCONNELL,
Managing Editor Morrill V. Reed
Associate Editor. .Kenneth M. Snydor
ABHOclntc Editor Cloyd L. Stewart
Literary Editor Chandler Trimble
BuBlnoHS Manager. . . .
Assistant Manager. . .
. C. C. Buchanan
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gar, C. N. Brown, F. N. Wells, A. R.
O'Hanlon, LI W. Horno, F. A. Turnure,
J. R."Wootl, I. R. Frost, Leon Samuel
Bon, Clarence Spier, Bessie Mahon
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 211, 1913.
no little chagrin that etuderitB of the
University boc him maligned by an
unscrupulous newspaper, especially
when It Is known that the very men
who comprise tho editorial forco of
that paper and who furnlBh tho brains
for the subterfuge which It prints, aro
Btudents and former students of tho
University, men who have held, and
do now hold, a place high In tho coun
cils of the student body and yet who,
In order to earn their livelihood are
forced to turn traitors to the Institu
tion, which In private life, they are
credited as supporting. For our attl
ture to,ward tho removal Issue, we as
sume solo responsibility, and nro will
ing to receive any criticism that is
due. Tho Nebraskan. on this proposi
tion, pleads good faith with the stu
dent, and Cor. the sake of what Influ
ence, we may have over them, we ro
spjit and oppose as false, the charge
that our stand Is not. our own.
VALLEY LEADS EAST
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Ballade op. 22 Chopin -
JL Scherzo op. 31 Chopin -jL-
-yL- Rhapsodle op. 12 Liszt .jl.
OUR CENSURED POLICY.
According to a "news" story appear
ing in last night's edition of the Lin
con Dally Star, the Daily Nebraskan,
among other things, is charged with
Inning taken its stand In favor of
University removal pursuant to orders
from the otllce of the chancellor of
the University. Knowing the source
from which this accusation comes, and
of the sinister motives that are be
hind it, we are not moved to t,a
much in defence of our po-iiion Hut
in comloi in H wnh l lie loriualities of
the ( il.it", we w ill dl-pn e of the
clung'- 1 simph d. niu,, ii )ui
HUppoit of tile leuiov.il pi, ill ii the
result of our own iiiilmln.it :m I un
llltlueliced llldj.-llient on i, n, i M , oi
tlli' eollt I'() el : A , h;i lieili , I
liel OI e, we 1 1 el thai i I Injii". : i 111 n ,i I
should ..t .il to tiie i- r, .i er I oil ,
t In- si ml- UN, ;ml lii that I i ,l .on ha e
i-li.iiiip.i'ii"il i . i .in .". ami we ii j, 1 1 i
th.it our 1'iiu i ,w ii h mis on the
Star won't nie us uviit for this d:-.
piji ol origin. !n am! in l pen Ii m e
At no time before or dining the re
inoval tigltation, h.is the XehiasKan
enjoved the conlnleiu'e of Chancel
lor Aver) or the Board of Regents
The policy of the paper lias been left
free and unrestrained to take what
course it would, and as long as we
handle this question from a purely
student point of view, we do not an
ticipate any interference from tho au
thorities. We need hold no brief for Chan
cellor Avery. His position among tho
people of this community outside of
the editorial rooms of the Star office,
is carte blanc secure. But it is with
Y. M. C. A.
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The 11U3 ruleB were announced in
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which met in New York last spring.
Most of the features embodied In the
new rules, however, had already been
adopted by the Missouri Valley Bas
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and were used in last year'B games.
Tho principal changes for this sea
son are as follows:
1. "All players must be numbered "
This was done by Missouri Valley
players last year.
'1 ' Interference In any way with
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lowed " This will tend to eliminate
all unnecessary roughness.
3. "No attempts shall be made to
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1. "Only ten second shall be taken
from the time the ball Is laid down
foi the free throw " Formerly all the
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.' "Any laer making four person
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