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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1907)
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Managing Editor A. E. Long,, 09
Athlotlcs Hugh W. Craig; 07
General Nowb Paul O. Burt, 00
HovIowb Qortrudo Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura Rhoadcs, '08
ABBlBtant AthlotlcB. Mlllor S. Benedict, '09
ABt. Gen. Nowb Sidney O. Evano, '00
Departmental.... Earl R. Hunt, '08
H, L. Wilson, '09
Guy Montgomery, '09
A. O. Sohrolbor, '07
Aloxandor J. Dunlap, '09
C. C. Hickman, '07
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Entered at tho poBtofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Tho Debating Board a couple of
BcasonB ago becamo Involved some
what in1 debt owing to the heavy ox
penso Incurred In sending the team to
some distance away from homo. An
offort Is to bo made tonight for mak
ing up this deficit and everyone with
debating Interests or with University
Interests at heart ought to look up
and take notice. In debating circles
this year wo are to stand as one of
tho big unlvorsltles of tho West and
thero should bo no embarrassment
over financial matters.
But further, the nature of tho ontor
trilnment In and of Itself Is well worth
BUILDINGS CRITICI9ED. '
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Senate Committee Reports, on Univer
Tho severest criticism on the Uni
versity structures was made in a re
port of the senate committee on pub
lic lands and buildings a few days ago.
The committee declared the condition
of tho various state Institutions to be
in general good; but made a radical
exception to this general statement,
in regard to buildings at the State Uni
versity. Some of tho sweeping state
ments contained in this report were as
"Tho buildings that have been erec
ted for this institution 'are, with one
exception, without any pretension for
ventilation or p6rmanoncy. It would
not bo thought strange that if at -the
time the first building was built, in
1?69 and '70, provisions for ventila
tion were overlooksd, but this present
age, for an architect to plan such
buildings as have been erected upon
tho unlvorslty campus, without any
pretensions for ventilation, is boyoud
the comprehension of this committee.
"Some of the rooms that we visited
where classes wore reciting, the air
was stifling; and how on earth any
student could' bo able to comprehend
a subject while Inhaling such foul air
Is more than this committee can under
The committee further recommend
ed that the commissioner of public
lands and buildings be given authority
to provide all the buildings with on
adequate ventilating system.
Tho practice of erecting temporary
buildings for the Unlvorslty was de
nounced; and in this connection the
new Administration Building did not
escnpo severe criticism. The commit
tee also strongly held for tho -purchase
of more ground, In case of other
buildings boing needed, instead of the
appropriation of the athletic field for
this purpose as proposed "by the regents.
HATS WITH SNAP
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Biidd don't bluff. The Hats speak for themselves.
They look $5.00 worth, they wear $3.50 worth and
sell for $2.50. Why pay more?
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
attontlon whether one cares for do
bating or not. There is not euough
general Interest in matters of art by
a long. way. Wo are all too much con
cerned with practical, methodical
things. Look at the books that come
into tho Library and it may bo seen
that very seldom is there a work of
art or one dealing with art. It shows thq
tendency of thought nowadays. Some
thing with real art about It ought
to appeal of itself and so there is
more than one reason why tho re
cital tonight should bo well attended.
In passing, this subject of art, it
should be noticed that there is an
effort on foot to allow works of art
to enter this country free of duty. AC
present, American art is much ham
pered by thlB duty and there should
.be- a combined effort thruout the coun
try to have it removed. A club at
Nebraska with a view to forwarding
'this cause might" make itself very ef
First Annual Easter Concert.
The first annual Easter concert will
be held atr5hapol Tuesday, March 26.
Much good music will be furnished.
The names of the Students elected to
Phi Beta Kappa also will be announced
at this time.
The Catholic Students. Club will
meet this evening at 13 and M streets.
A full attendance Is requested, for im
portant business Is to come up for discussion.
After Monday, March 25, all basket
ball, men are expectoH to report at
drill. Those falling to. do so will be
marked absent. EARL O. EAGER.
Al men report at band room Satur
day evening at 7:30 to play for athletic
exhibition. S. ANDERSON.
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Suits Smartly Tailored, in
The styles and colors to be worn
this spring are uppermost in. tho
minds of men and. young men who
care to bo correctly dressed. This
Is not a season of extremes, and.
coat lengths shorten a trifle, to thd
delight of most men. It Is easy to
predict the popular color when you
see the preponderance of grays in
checks, from the small to tho al
most "noisy" plaids. These pro
duce charming effects for the
spring season. Make your selection
now while lines are complete and
get exactly what you want. The'
values are unexcelled in our lines
I MAGEE & DEEMER
Kensington Suits Fit.
Imported Silk Bags
We have on sale a line of Imported Spangled Silk Bags, represent
ing about 10 different styles, In assorted shades Pink, Blue, Re
seda, Dark Green and Black. All are artistically decorated with
tinsel and spangles; have gilt frame and chain. They are desir
able to wear with spring and summer suits'. They were bought
at an extremely low figure and are offered for sale at about one
half their real worth. C 1 Ofl
Price, each , p)UU
Look for them in one of our show windows.
Some Belts That Arc Selling
Plain Form Fitting Belts Stitch Taffeta Silk; finely tailored;
Black only 50c
Double Strip Elastic Belts With graduated back; fancy buckle
and back piece; Black only; exceptional value 65c
New Taffeta Silk Belts Made up with 4 stitched plaits; gradu
ated, back, with very neat buckle; Black, White, Brown and
Navy; special at 65c
Plain Black Elastic Belts About 2 Inches wide, with fancy gilt
buckles; on sale at 50c
Taffeta Silk Tailor Made Belts Tabs and Crochet ornaments on
sides and back, with neat harness buckle; Black only ,50c
Black Elastic Belts With steel buckle and fancy shaped back
pieces; very pretty style; special at .v$1.00
Miller & Paine
resu l ,rrs TELL.
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We clean the finest dresses and robea without danger of fading
or shrinking and. guarantee not to Injure them in any way. We also
olean gentlemen's olothlng of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
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Call or write for price list Lincoln, Neb. '
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