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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA
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The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRASKA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day-Omco D-1888 EdltorB-lBl"" Managing Editor B-3844
Night OITlco 13-4204. Business Manager 13-1821.
Edltor-in-Chicf m,-i Cjh
r , Reus, Managing Editor
U- L HtllN KENNETH M. 8NYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MASON, C. NEIL BROWN
Homer Philljps Claronco Spolr k Frost
R. F: Lyraan Krod N. Wells E. m'. Kadlock
Society Reporters: "
Glalro Hardin Winifred SeeRor
Manager C. C. Buchanan Assistnnt Manager J L Drlscoll
Circulation Manager T. Brio Koefer
BcritTonMS year In advance. " 5 cenlB pory
Entored at the postofllco at Lincoln, Nebraska," as second cTass matter
under act of Congress March 3, 1870.
SATURDAY, M A Y A 1 . l 9 1 3
The attention of Nebraska rradt'rs, m itu n The literary form ol Hi,, d.
Ih called to e Chancellor Andrews'
most recent hook "The Call of the
Land." This is an economic discus
sion of the industrial possibilities In
agi (culture It will be of interest to
students and alumni or Nebraslfa, be
cause while it Is written for the whole
world the material is drawn largely,
from farming conditions In this state
The book is dedicated to regents of!
this rnlven-'ity. past and present, and.
ninny of our University regents an
professors receive prominent mention
In connection with great foreign natu
rallsts and scientists.
Today the Nebraskan .staff lays down
the pen. Picking it up Februar, we
expounded at length on our policy.
Today wo write our policy still. Life
is with us a perpetual opportunity.
For us history is only a background;
a panorama of some knowledge and
much regret. Change Is the big thing
with ife The paramount Issue Is, what
are we going to do next. Hence, any
rneri' which this, our dying declaration
may contain, like all former expira
tions of the living breath, will bo not
what has been, but suggestions as to
what ought to bo.
There are alwas some people curious
enough to want to know how a fellow
feels toward his work when his time
In n public occupation is up. For such,
we can say that unlike some editors
of this paper, we are not very anxious
to quit. Having concluded that one
great work of the Dally Nebraskan is
to make University Hie a fitter exist
ence for n stripling, and having found
abuse enough in the present system to
supply a good muck-raker for four
years, we can't help but feel that the
end has come beforu the work is 11 n
Ished. Gathering news, conferring
with peisonages and committees, be
generally omniscient and omnipresent
wanting only in omnipotence we en
joy. Collecting comps., of course wo
don't. Our farewell sentiment toward
the "Rag" and its varied labors is
therefore a teeling of friendliness and
This semester the news section of
the Daily Debiaskan has been a fail
ure. The best news has not been re
ceived. The poorest news was not well
For rich chocolate frappes
there is no placo like the
" MEIER DRUG CO,
13th and O Stp.
naluied news actuallv published w.i.s
gene, ally illiterate. Thus was Hit
news section a disappointment
For this failure, four things are to
bin im The editor has had no prev
loiih -lewspapei experience. Respon
.ibiiiij of subordinates to the editor
is no, enforceable. A proof readei , as
stimulus to greater efllciency, is no',
paid lirty cents an hour for his work
nor i." fireii, as he should be. inime
di.it- ' after the third mistake. While
this !:ear-Introspection may seem bru
tall i rank, suih frankness is undoubt
ed! necessary to suggest to the stu
dent public the means of improving
tin ii monopoly of news
Editorlall), it appears that desired
ri'Mi.is have been attained Our policy
in attempting to Influence the opinion
of siudents on several matters, espe
dally the matter or extravagnnce,
have been pushed with all the com
bined vigor of six editors. Without
immodestly assuming a casual connec
tion between our agitation and what
hat, since happened, we are genuinely
ulad to see that student sentiment lias
permanent changed for cheaper
amusements, that organizations and
committees have paid up and that the
full benefits of University life are
more open to the financially sub
merged The success with which the Daily
Nebraskan campaigns have met, is
largely due to the faithfulness and
ability of our half dozen associates.
We have never worked with a more
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WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - 11th and RSts
You will come back to the Uni
versity next year, if you don't
graduate, and you'll come back
to Armstrong' s-as a store that
specializes in University trade.
We've appreciated the student
patronage in the past, and we'll
be ready to give you and your
friends even better service next
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.
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