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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FINAL CANVAS TODAY
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OF NE
BRASKAN ARRANGES CANVASS
TO SECURE ADDED LIST.
SIX HUNDRED WANTED BY NIGHT
Loyal Nebratkans Will Assist Man
agement In Making It a Big
Year for the "Rag."
Today the business management of
tho Daily Nebraekon is making a campus-wide
attempt to raise Its subscrip
tion list to over a thousand names.
Tag day, as it is called, has become an
annual affair, arising from the refusal
of students to subscribe voluntarily
to their one college paper, and nn
Insistent demand will be made upon
every available person on the campus
to become a subscriber.
Two of the methods that were used
Inst ynr 1r n'""",t1"' t1
eliminated in this year's crusade The
little red "N" tags signifying that the
holder had subscribed will not dangle
on the bosoms of the paper's boosters,
while admission to classrooms for the
purpose of oratorical advertising and
soliciting has been prohibited by Dean
Engberg. The only means to wrest
the desired subscription from the un
interested will be the meek presence
of some half dozen tables over the cam
pus as a gentle reminder of the neces
sary student support.
The Daily Nebraskan, after a dis
couraging struggle of several years, Is
again getting on a substantial finan
cial basis and if the student body re
spond today in accordance with the
expectations of its management, very
noticeable improvements will be made.
At the beginning of last year, before
the staff were paid salaries, the paper
was $600 in debt. At the beginning
of this year, after the staff had been
paid a large share of its salary from
the proceeds of the paper Itself, the
Nebraskan was able, through the ef
forts of Business Manager Buchanan,
to boast of a lessening of the debt to
It is the hope of J. L. Driscoll, the
present business manager, to raise
300 paid subscriptions, together with
an equal number of unpaid. With the
present list of 600 paid subscriptions
the total list of subscribers will be
come 1200 with but one-fourth thereof
thereof unpaid. Last year a strenuous
campaign brought out but 400 new
subscribers, and for the business man
ager to fulfill his hopes for a bigger
paper with only table solicitation will
be a Herculanean task. The efforts of
the present staff, business and reporto
rial, to put out the best paper under
the circumstances are evidenced by
the fact that the most and largest is
sues ever put out during registration
week were issued at the beginning of
Delta Chi Pledges.
Frank Hixenbaugh, Omaha; Harold
Morgan, Lincoln; Llewellyn Martin,
Sidney; Harold Porterfield, Essex, la.;
Howard Uptegraff, Omaha.
but shirts, collars, neckwear and
hosiery as well determine whether
or not men are well-dressed.
The effect of your new fall suit is
almost destroyed if you give it a
setting of frayed linen, a worn and
wrinkled cravat, lifeless hosiery
and a weather-beaten hat.
Is your wardrobe lacking in some of these essentials? If so,
now is the time to replenish it.
There is no better place to do it than right here in, our enlarged
and remodeled store. The Furnishing Department is full of
new and attractive things that will appeal to you. Let our
windows be your reminder to stop in.
MAGEE & DEEMER
TEAM LOST IN GREEN HAZE
(Continued from Page 1)
Maurice Clark, South Omaha; Ralph
Lyman, South Omaha; Harold Neff,
Omaha; Leslie C. Stevens, University
Place, and Gilbert Eldredge, Omaha.
touchdown via the air route, Towle to
i'urdy to Rutherford. Still another
touchdown was made, and then the
varsity backfleld went in, leaving the
second string men to fight it out with
the freshmen. Mastln, Purdy, Ruther
ford, Howard, Halllgan, Towle, and
Ross distinguished themselves.
Stiehm, the wonder worker, is grad
ually getting his machine into winning
shape. While he is not wildly enthu
siastic over the outlook, still he is
hopeful in a conservative sort of a way.
The situation remains practically un
changed. The line is the weak spot,
while the backfleld is a winner. The
game Saturday with Washburn prom
ises to be a hard-fought one. IT IS
NOT TO BE MISSED.
White on Sidelines.
Sam White, former Princeton star
and ail-American end, was on the side
lines yesterday afternoon. He coached
the varsity ends, Beck and Mastln.
White will be here until after the
Washburn game. In his estimation
the Cornhusker machine lookB "like a
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1318 N street
University Jeweler aid Opticiai
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1 123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATIONAGE SOLICITED
EN WHO DRESS CAREFULLY
as to taste and expenditure they are
College View Phone B-0-X-A-48
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office'
THE ARTIST'S WAY-TAKE A LESSON EVERY DAY
Our Instructors do not need to go to Europe for further study.
They are Finished Artists.
ENTER ANY TIME PHONE B-1494
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
OLIVER BLDG., 13TH AND P ST8.
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