The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 22, 1907, Image 3

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The right kind of Clothing, at the right
kind of Prices. will be our constant aim
The kjird that you and I and all practical men like to
wear, pur exhibition of Suits, Top Coats, Hats
and Furnishings, will be the finest dis-
play of correct dress for men and
"' boys ever attempted by this
Great Clothing House
If you ere seeking better values and something
different in style, you will find it here.
(Formerly Paine
Clothing Company
OLIVER THEATRE, LINCOLN
THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSICAL EVENT IN THE
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HISTORY OF
Monday Night; March 25 HEL8SGE
Grand English Opera Co.
In the Musical Sen-
sat ion (By Qi5mo Puccini) ,
The same gr6at Cast,
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The same gr6at Cast, Chorus and Orchestra as during Its
recent Nsw York Triumph.
Prices $2.50 to $1.00. Mail Orders Promptly filled.
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YourvSpring suit will tyok better with one of
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a post card? Ask for what you
need at the
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340 North
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NO AGREEMENT YET.
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standard from the artistic standpoint
If 1 wero to give thorn a separate book.
"They say that the Law copy will
lose Its effectiveness if placed In' a
department with other University
copy. Does the simple fact that other
copy comes in before or after it de
stroy it? It still Jiangs together and
still bears the label; what's the dif
ference? If it has any effectiveness it
should retain it so long as the reader
understands that it comes from the
College of Law.
"They plead that their plan main
tains the Identity of. the college Does
nob my plan do the same thing?
Everything that they sumblt for a de
partment of the book will be grouped
in that department and labeled, if they
desire it. Their pictures are grouped
and their Joshes and other copy will' be
grouped in the proper department.
This makes their copy stand out above
that of any other college of the Uni
versity. It seems to me that reason
will justify no more than this,
"The Law students object to haying
to look through the book for their part
and wasn't It all bound together so
as to have it handy7 Does If not
seem reasonable that any other stu
dent would like the same thing?
Ought I to get out a separate book for
each college or school of the Univer
sity in order to facilitate each indi
vidual lnflndlng out what the Corn
husker says about him. Tho whole
thing appeals to me as being unrea
sonable and certainly no more Justi
fiable for the; College of Law than for
some other college. Possibly their
time for looking trough the book 1b
more limited and their time -may be
more valuable to society than thafr of
any other student,but they Jiave failed
to prove that these things are bo.
"Now, Anally, let us consider c the
financial side. They threaten to boy
cott the book and say that they will
bankrupt our treasury If I dp hot yield.
Let me cite a few, figures for the con
sideration of tho students. .If t,they
continue to support the publication,
they claim- they are entitled to at least
125 pages. The publication of the
Law copy, therefore, would cost us.
about $700.00. In order, to have, the
Law department pay expenses under
these conditions we must ' sell about
850 copies of the .book in the Law col
lege. Ninety-four Lay; styderita are
regularly represented in the Corn-
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JH E WINSTON
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husker. I leave tho question to the:
judgment of the students. Who will
bo tho loser If tlfo Collego of Law'
withdraws? Who tho gainer? Tho I
Collego of Law has gotten out an an
nual, but they did it'by going-down
in their pockets, a thing that few peo
ple believe they will do for tho Corm
husker. .
"Shall wo have, a University book;
or a group of collego books bound to
gether? HERBERT Q. MYERS,''
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NEW WINDSOR
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makes specialty of Bari-
quets. We have the
finest banquet room in
the city. Special rates
made to Fraternities
Call and get our prices
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