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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1905)
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TEbe Dalit HeMjuliatt
i 4 ,A oonBoUdatlon of
TlioHkrpcrlan.'Vol. tft-.ThoNebrftakam, fol, tO
Scarlot and Orcam, Vol. i.
Pnbllihod dally, oxoept Bundajc and Mondr,
t.ttao UnlTcraity of Nebraska, Llnooln, Nob.
j tho-Hwiporiah fobltohlngXJo .,
ProfoMorp J. I. Wyor, and 0. B. Richard:
H. P. Lcayitt
John Wwtbror K. R. Waltoo.
Frod A. BwooWy
A. O. Sohroib
A. M fcovy
Waltor E. Standovon
Athli&o ' - - - A. VanOrad
Aadstant miotic H. L. Bwm
Nw- . H.O.Myera
BtntoFarm - A. F. Magdana
Editorial Boomi and Boainwa OfflooU 2H
Pout Office Station A. Lincoln, Nobr.
Bnbaorlptlon Prloo, 12 per year, In advanoo
Entorod at tho postofllco nt Lincoln, Nob,,
as ooond-clftBa mall matter under tho not of
oongrosa of March 0, 1870.
Individual notloon will bo charged for at tho
rdto of 10 oonte for oaoh innortlon. FaculfWL
departmental and unlvonUty bullotlnB will
gladly bo publlahod frod, as horotof Ore
Notices and subscriptions may
bo loft at tho Dally Nobraskan
office, or at tho Co-Op. Book
A report has reached uh to the ef
fect that the Haskell Indian maidens
refused to continue a game of basket
ball down In Kansas somowhere be
causo a member of the opposing team
suld a naughty word. In our pa3t
dealings with the Indian braves wi
have found that naughty words come
ery readily to tho tongue but wlth-ne
girls conditions aro of course quite dif
ferent. Every effort will be put forth
will bo hold, oho' on May lftrffrn quo
ouMay 26th. AJthojlgh a raimber"havo
announced' tholf Intention, of attend
ing both functions yet 1 1b probable
that' the regular Pah Holl attendance
will bo practically cut In half.
Both factions assort their Intention
oj giving as swell u dance as possible
but with tho. receipts cut In -two and
the expense for each dance as much or
more than usual, It is evident that, If
tho desired standard Is to be attained,
thero will bo a discrepancy somowhere.
Now If a union of tho factions could
be effected and but one dance glvon,
what would result? Tho actual ex
penses of tho dance such as rent of
.Auditorium, music, programs, etc., f
would be no more for both together
than for each separate. Assuming that
If two dances are given each will pay
expenses, wore they to bo united In
one, a largo sum would undoubtedly
bo available for better refreshments or
better decorations. Decorations at tho
Pan Hell dance havlbg been, as a
rule, not very elaborate. Or, as the
dance Is most Informal the price might
bo reduced from -$2.00 to $1.50 and-Btllt
leave the committee a reasonable com
pensation for their services.. Another
element which should be considered,
h the fact that each year a large num
bei of old men come back for the com
mencement season, and attend the Pan
Hell dance, as the affair now stands,
they must either miss the first one and
thus perhaps miss some meeting to
which they had looked forward with
pleasure, or else they must return a
week earlier than ordinarily.
It has been said that at the meet
ing of tho committee, held last Thurs
day, each side admitted that both sides.
should make some concessions, but
neither was willing to take the Inla
tlve. Inasmuch as the annual compe
titive drill of the Cadet Battalion will
Iv held on the afternoon of May 2G, it
would seem that the antl-Tno faction
have at present a slight advantage.
Tl'en certainly without any appear
ance of weakening they can afford to
compromise. On the other hand the
one faction, having a large active and
alumni membership who will presum
ably flock to the support of their
dnnce, are confident as to its success
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The Simple Life
is helped by reasonable economy.
The snappiest styles of hats ever
at $2.50, is "intelligent economy."
1AHY PAY MORE?
tHJDU - &2.5V natter - 1141 u
tomorrow to show how superior we aro
to tho naughty Kansans even In tongue
Any communications which are
printed In these columns are printed
for what they aro worth. Expression
of individual opinion of a nature such
as can be printed are solicited. All
communications must be signed.
To the Editor of The Dally Nobraskan:
Tho Pan Hellenic dance being tho
most general topic of conversation In
University circles, a few suggestions
from ono who Is strictly a non-combatant
may. be pertinent.
A week has passed since the fight
between the Tno and antl-Tno factions
for tho control of tho dance began, and
fi'om present Indications two dances
and honce In compromising will show
Now would It not be proper for the
heads of tho two committees to get to
egther In a conciliatory spirit and sub
mit propositions to each other? Such
a course would certainly redound to
the credit of the committees, the dance,
afrtTthe University. "X."
Some fifty people attended convoca
tion yesterday to hear tho most excel
lent talk on "Culture." Either wo aro
so cultured that we do not need any
additional pointers, or else we are so
uncultured that wo do not care
er condition Is deplorable.
Thls Is the season everybody feels
like sitting for pictures. Have you had
that "feeling?" If not, see what Town
send is producing and you will make
an apoplntment Immediately. Studio
22(! South' lth street.
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