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The Daily Nebraska
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914
VOL XIII. NO. 81
A NEW STAFFJS ELECTED
ENTIRE CHANGE OF EDITORIAL
HEADS IS VOTED BY PUBLI
DAWSON TAKES EDITOR'S JOB
8pencer, Now Managing Editor, Has
Had Experience Gained on
iRuth Squires Takes Leading Asaoci
ate's Position Koupal Second.
THE NEW STAFF.
WILL YOU BE ONE OF THE
OF THE DAILY NEBRASKAN?
LOOK AT THESE STATISTICS:
Name of Newspaper
Editor-in Chief Reed B. Dawson.
Managing Editor P. Craig Spencer.
Asso late Editor Ruth M. Squires.
Associate Editor Richard V. Koupal.
Business Manager Frank S. Perkins
Aat. Bus Man. Russel F. Clark.
The editorial and business staffs for
The Daily Nebraskan for the second
semester were elected yesterday noon
by the publication board. They will
assume their new duties on the paper
February 3 with the first issue of the
new five-colunm paper. Only one of
the six men on the new staff has
served In any official capacity on The
Nebraskan before. So it Is a thoroughly
new group of men that will edit the
daily next semester.
Reed B. Dawson, the newly elected
editor-in-chief, is a senior, In the Arts
nud Science college. He was a mem
ber of the winning team In the annual
debute against Minnesota, and has
been prominent politically in his class.
He is a member of Sliver Lynx.
P. Craig Spencer, managing editor,
for the beiond semester, is a freshman
law. During the past year he was
manager and editor of the Cody En
terprise, a semi-weekly paper in Cody,
Wyo. He ib a member of Phi Delta
Phi and Alpha Theta Chi.
Misb Ruth Squires, the first associ
ate editor, is a senior in the Arts and
Science college and has helped in the
woman's department for several se
mesters. Richard Koupal, second as
sociate editor, has reported on The
Nebraska during the past semester.
He is a member ot Sigma Phi Epsllon.
Frank S. Perkins, who has been in
charge ot the business end ot The
Daily Nebra.skan lor the past three
months, huh selected as business man
ager lor the ensuing semester. Ho is
Junior in the Arts and Science col
lege and a member of Sigma Chi fra
ternity. Russel Clark, the asslaut
business manager, has had consider
able experit m e on the stall ot the
Awgwan. He is a junior in the Arts
.and Science college.
Old Staff Retires.
For the men who have put out a
paper every day of publication during
the last semester, the new five-column
paper is their farewell. They have
worked along with all other Rag staffs
for years to Improve the paper, to put
it on a paying basis, to enlarge it
that it might be a credit to the school
and now they present a sample of
what may be done with student sup
port. It may be more than a caprice
of fate that none of the present staff
will remain on the paper. ,
Size of Paper
The Daily Cardinal while a four column newspaper publishes an edition of
eight to sixteen pages daily. There was a second daily the Wisconsin Daily News,
which has just been consolidated with the Daily Cardinal. The circulation of
the Daily Cardinal now is undoubtedly over 2000 daily.
If the subscription list reaches 1 500 by Saturday at 5 P. M., Jan. 3 1 st the
Daily Nebraskan will be increased from a four column to a five column news
paper for the entire semester.
THE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT.
Merril V. Heed editor-iu-chief COm-
NEBRASKANS! It's up to You!
This is a "Will You ?" Campaign.
Your subscription price of One Dollar will give you the Daily Nebraskan for
one semester. This means that you will have in your hands every day the offi
cial organ of die University a medium for all the official announcements. You
are kept in touch with the student activities you are wise to all the social events,
past and future, all entertainments, all amusements, in short, yon-arLa oartofthe
university life instead of an outsider. -- -,
No one would seriously advocate for a minute the abolishment of the "Rag".
It is an admitted necessity to student life and to the activities of the University.
The question is, Do you Stand Your Share of the Expense of Having a Univer-.
sity Daily? Are You a Loyal Nebraskan or Are You a Crab? Remember a
Crab moves Backwards. This Campaign is "Up to the Students", it is a "Will
You" proposition. The business management will guarantee a five-column
newspaper every day of the new semester a newspap'er the same size you are
now reading On One condition and that is that a sufficient number of students
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