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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1913)
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The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day Ofllco B-1888. Editor B-1K1R .
Nlcht Offi nJmi n , Managing Editor B-3844
INlgnt "nice B-4204. Business Manager B-1821.
.... . . . . Editorial Staff: " "
C. L. REIN, Lr.?.l!?0,no Ed,top
. . KENNETH M. 8NYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MASON, C. NEIL BROWN
Fred N. Wells
R. F. Lynian
Olalro Hardin Winifred Soeger
-anager-o. u Buonanan Assistant Manager-J. L. Drlscoll
Circulation Manager T. Erie Keofer ""bcoh
Bubflcrlptlon $2.00 per yoar In advance.
Entored at the Dostofilcn nt. i.inmin wi,i,: , -;
under act of Congress March 3, 1879.
A YEAR OF GROWTH.
The Bchool yoar now closing has
-lUU.'ll a,, .Period nf f;re;it Inlnmnl nm
external expansion for the University
We nie greater In equipment, greater
In activity, greater In educational nnd '
scholastic proniliHMicc and efficiency'
than at any time since the rounding
of the Institution. I
One new building, the College of
Law, has been added to our collection
of knowledge dispensaries. Some now
nnd prominent additions have been
mado to our faculty and many old
men have been raised to positions of
more power and Influence in shaping
the educational standards of the
Bchool. Steadiness and beneficial pro
gress of student affairs lias been as
sured by amore extensive system of
olllclal control One new publication
to reflect the literary spirit of Ne '
hraska has bet n adtled to our list of
bullotban. and the efllclency ol the
college dally and college annual has
bet n increased by lelatively liberal
piovistons lor edl.orlal salaries The
('ornliusker is a better book for a big
ger Investment than has ever before
been made In a University annual,
athletics have never before seen the
Interest that spectators and part lei
pants have this year shown, and de
bale has also seemed to fare much
better than ever before In every pos
sible way the University has improed.
Its rents havo largely mended, and!
the outlook for greater expansion was
never moro rosy.
The characteristic thing about the
University's social growth lias been
the adjustment of more work to more
play. The efllclency of Nebraska stu
dents has increased Fuller than ever
before hns been this year's collection
of Friday and Saturday programs No
student willing to await the week-end
for his amusementhas been obliged to
go out of the University for his en
tertainment. Work has been equally
progressive and satisfactory. Students
have appreciated as never before the
purposo of their existence here. In
scholarship, the fraternities have phe
nomenally improved, and the general
scholastic efllclency of the University
is indeed a cause for much very real
What haB made this expansion pos
sible is the individualistic character of
Nebraska students. The fact that the
Nebraska student supports only such
activities as those in which he expects
to achieve personal excellence is cause
for renewed hope and confidence in
the ability of the student body to xid
themselves of their few hut: nnrnlnlmifl
evils.' ' Nebraska students are pro-
I. K. Frost
E. M. Kadleck
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MAY 29, 1913
nounved individualists. Their initia
tive needs no special encouragement
Xtogy 4nwgw for trehicvempin, and
they crave the distinctions that go
Willi nchlevemtnt. It thus becomes
the lubor of an optimist to work for
a college community which, above all
other, can "deliver the goods."
CORNHUSKER OUT SOON
(Continued from Page 1.)
colors on heay paper and are de
Kigned by talented professional and
KIght parts or divisions constitute
the make-up of the volume. Hook I is
entitled "Nebraska" and contains
photographs of scenes from different
paits of the slate tastetull. arranged
Hook II is called "The University
Veai" and lakes up the vaiious events
of the past year which are of interest
to the N stude who has passed through
htm and otheis as well because they
lepkt the Iratlitions which make the
Unheisity of Nebraska what it is to
'. 'I'he "classes" are shown in
Hook III and the photographs of the
Junior s and Seniors are shown, the
former w Itli appropriate remarks
which disci imlimtHy distinguish each
and everj one. "Organizations" and
"Fraternities" are the subjects of IV
and v, the former chapter displaying
the various large til visions of the stu
dent body, the latter showing the daily
ie ol (he Creeks Then come "Ac
tivities" and "Athletics," Indicating the
men and women who work for the
glory ot doing something worth while.
"Shucks," is the last division, which
is perhaps the one most dwelt upon,
for it is the department of the "humor
istocrats" in other words, the Joke
section. New and startling surprises
and novel features characterize this
section, and unconventional episodes
are shown which will cause many vic
tims of the jokester to "lav 'for th
editor." One thing is certain, In spite
of the name of this department, a
reader will not bo disappointed and
say "Aw Shucks," when he finishes
Dr. Alldrltt, Dentlat, 202 Ganter Bldg.
Alpha Theta Chi announces the
pledging of Howard Hadley, of Cedar
Rapids, Neb., and Frank Brown of
1913 Senior Commencement An
nouncements now on sale. You can
purchase any number you desire on
two days' notice. Call and see them.
George Bros., Printing and Engraving,
1313 N St. i
ajLASaoW ZH In. DOLMONT 2M In.
MODORA 2 In. CHESTER 2 ta!
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MA Y BE OF A DANGEROUS
But if you arrive on the scene, cheerful, con
fident and well-clad, the battle's half won
Personality makes success, appearance makes
personality, and clothes makes appearance,
therefore clothes mean success for the agent
A few additions to your furnishings shirts,
and neckwear, will enable you to make that
favorable first impression.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
Good Clothes Merchants
Only a few Senior Pins left
Jewelry for Presents.
Memory Books almost all sold.
Get a Nebraska Belt.
THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 N. 11. STREET.
DO YOUR WASHING
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