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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1912)
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TH! DAILY NEBRA8KAN
CAFETERIA MAY BE ENLARGED
ADDITIONAL SPACE WOULD BE
DEVOTED TO U8E OF
IMnnB nro on foot to onlargo the Co.
fetorla by adding to It tho Bmnll room
Immediately went of tho present quar
tore. This change. If oxecutod, will
bo for tho benefit of tho co-oda to
whoBe ubo tho room will bo exclusive
ly consecrated. Tho plan .la aa yet
only tentative, and awaltn tho con
sent of tho remaining parties con
cerned. If changed tho small room, which is
now a rest room for tho women mem
bers of tho faculty, will bo fitted with
Bmall pedestal tabloB, arranged along
tho wall, each one seating two people
By such on arrangement thirty or for
ty people could bo accommodated.
Tho table will probably be of tho
folding variety, so that by pushing
them to tho wall, tho floor space can
bo Increased to accommodate a small
banquet This will provo a great ben
efit to various university organiza
tions who wish to glvo small, but inex
IT tho plan is approved wyrk will
bo commenced nt once.
MICHIGAN 8TILL PEEVED.
Wolverine Paper Indulges In Caustic
Comment About Nebraska.
Michigan BtllJL feels the sting of the
practical defeat by tho Nobraska foot
ball toam last fall Tho following was
takon from a Michigan paper
"Mr. Shonka. tho Nebraska tackle,
who played havoc with the Michigan
lino, 1b to bo married. Incidentally the
Dally NebraBkan statoB he has been
practicing law for Borne time. Might
wo inquire when Mr. Shonka gradu
ated in regard to eligibility rules?"
MAY BE DEPRIVED OF UNIFORM8.
Bill Excluding Cadets From Privilege
May Be Introduced.
University cadets will not be allowed
to wear tho regulation army uniform
any longer, if a citizen of WllBonvllle
has his way. A letter wus recelvod
by tho Attorney Goneral Martin asking
whether there was a law preventing
the uniform bolng worn by any ex
cept soldiers of tho regular urmy.
Nebraska hoa no such law at pres
ent, although twenty-one other states
have. It la probable, according to
tho citizen from WllBonvllle that a bill
providing for bucIi a law will bo in
troduced lnthe next legislature.
Unfavorable For Field Work.
Indications at present are very un
favorable for field work In geology
courses 21 and 22 during the first part
of vacation week. It is possible that
excursions will bo made the latter
part of tho week. All Btudonta regis
tered in either of thoao courses should
Beo ProfosBor Bengston before Fri
Robertson To Speak at Y. M. C. A.
Prank R. Robertson, the noted trav
eller, will address University mon at
the Y. M. C. A. tonight. His topic 1b
'Beautiful Colorado," and ho will
speak especially on Estea Park, whore
tho Y. M. C. A. Bummor conference
grounds aro locatod. This 1b tho only
address Mr. Robertson will make to a
University audience. H1b talk begins
at 6:50 sharp.
Mrs. LeRosslgnol To Speak.
Mrs. J. L. LeRosslgnol will speak
to tho Rural Problem class in the
Y. W. C. A. room at five o'clock Thurs
day, giving plans of entertainment for
groups of ten to fifteen people. She
would like the girls of tho class to
bring plans of ontertalnmont, which
havo proved successful or otherwise.
In order to discuss them.
For University and Fraternity Engagamtnts
Call E. J. Faulkner, Manager,
DO YOU REALIZE
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The subscription price Isn't a drop
In the bucket.
They hslp us; ws must help them.
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Think of every feature you wish a typewriter to
possess, then carefully examine the Model 5 L. C.
Smith; you will find every feature there.
More L. C. Smith typewriters used in the dif
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U. of N.
Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA
Maals at cost off
materials and service
They Will Troat Ysu Right
First SftvIngB Bank
Central National Bank
Y. M. C. A Barbor Shop.
J. C. Wood & Co.
ArmBtrone Clothing Co.
Magee & Deemor
Palace Cloth lug Co.
Speler & Simon
Lincoln Candy Kit
Dr. Orln Lamb
Huklll & Preston.
Miller it Pains
Rudgo & Uuonzel
Moier Drug Co.
C. H. Frey
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magee & Doemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Spelor & Simon
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Ockor Engraving Co.
University School of Clonic.
Boyd Printing Co.
U. of N. Cafeteria. ' -
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Byrne Shoe Co.
Miller & Paine
Hoffley tho Talloi.
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