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TI USE HOYtL SYSTEM Of LIOHTINO
Structure Will Be Erected on 8lte
Now Occupied by University
At last tho plans for tho much
noodod now law building nro com
plotod and they manlfoBt ovldonco of
suporlor skill and artistic talont. Tho
location sottlod upon- is tho lot of
ground whoro tho tennis courts aro
now locatod. Tho building will face
oast, with a front of 135 foot and a
dopth of 65 foot. Tho ontlro building
is to bo faced with wiro-cut brick, pre
senting a rough surface resombllng
brownstono. Whlto marblo will bo
used for tho wainscoting In tho cn-
tranco and along tho stairs and
through tho corridors.
' Tho first floor .will consist of one
largo locturo room which will ho.
raiBcd with a gradual Blopo, enabling
tho "laws" to obsorvo Doctor Maxoy
with oaso. Tho rest of tho floor will
bo taken up with four largo somlnar
Tho second floor -will havo two
smallor locturo rooms built after tho
samo plan of tho largor ono upon tho
first floor, a court room so nearly like
a roal ono In appearanco that tho
young attorneys will feol perfectly at
homo and thoro will bo ofllcos for
olght of tho law profeBsors.
Tho third floor will bo used for tho
library. It will havo no sido windows,
but fivo largo sky-lights, thus .doing
away with tho Injurious tangont rayB
of light. Tho schomo of lighting will
consist of a nowly patonted system of
olootrlc pot lights, arranged in Buch a
manner that tho light may bo thrown
up and roflocted down.
To Try Shelving System.
Tho shelving will bo a model of
workmanship. Past oxperlonco has
taught tho librarians tho valuo of a
system whoroby tho books may bo
quickly and accurately accounted for
and returned to thoir places when not
in ubo. This syBtom has boon tried
with success in other largo schools
and It is now to ho installed in this
library aftor somo corrections and
perfections havo boon mado.
Tho heating and ventilating sys
tems will bo tho nowoBt and most of
foctivo to bo obtained. Tho ontlro
building will bo hoatod by a system of
direct and Indirect radiation, by radia
tors and purlflod air drawn through
hoatod plpos. All tho air will bo
drawn through a water humidifier,
eliminating all tho dust and impuritios
before boing transmitted to tho rooms.
Mr. Anderson, assistant superin
tendent of University grounds and
buildings, Bald yesterday that tho cost
is approximated at $80,000, which will
Include tho plumbing, heating and fan
system, of ventilation, provision also
being mado In tho basement for lock
ers and cloak-room. Tho building will
bo completed by next fall if posslblo,
or at any rate all plans and specifica
tions aro boing arranged with that
ond in vlow.
THE INN. Look for the sign at
119 8o. 12th St. Most beautiful cafe
In Lincoln and service the best. Quick's
Orchestra noon and evening. ,
SIMMONS the PRINTER
Auto. 3319. 317 South lath St.
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New shipments of new Spring
English walking Shoes and tans
Young man, get your feet in
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Speier & Simon
IT 1$ UP TO YOU
The Daily Nebraskan Is the official college paper.
It endeavors to print all of the news all of the time.
It Is read by 99 per cent of the students 15 per cent of the stu
dents subscribe for it. Absolutely awful and at a neighboring de
nominational college, of over 1,000 students, 65 per cent of the stu
dents pay $2.50 per year for their college sheet.
The "Rag" could be Improved In appearance, In size, in nows
value, and an advertisement of Nebraska If Its circulation could be
enlarged. Readers bring advertising, advertising pays the bills and
It takes money to run.
The present subscription list Is the best ever, the debt Is not
as big as It was a few months ago, but still the tide Is at low ebb.
If 500 new subscribers not renewals can be secured this week,
the paper will be enlarged. Can Nebraska do it? Will you do your
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Dr. Orin Lamb
U. of N. Olaaa of '11
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NOW IS THE TIME
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