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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1913)
T HE DAILY N E H R A S K A N
THE UNIVERSITY OK NEBRASKA.
KRKDERIC C McCONNliLL,
University would be better Berved If
the dlHHentlon which Ib manlfcBtlng It
elf within the ranks of nominal Uni
versity Hupportera was Icbb pro
The alms of the University were de
feated two years ago because the leg
Islatuie had no assurance that Unl-
Managing Kdltor Merrill V. Reed
ABBodate Kdltor. . Kenneth M Snyder , verslty people were united on the Is
Associate Kdltor Cloyd L. Stewart ,, .,.,,, y(,nr ,,,,, Ham, n,HU ,B t0
be feared If the regents and the chan-
Buslness Manager C. C. Buchanan cellor are to have to combat a series
ABBistant Manager J. L. DrlBcoll of objeetloriB to their plans for re
circulation Manager I. S. liowon m0Vil
SCIUHKS It would seem that a certain pre-'
C. L. Yochum. J. L. Cutrlght, H. G. H,im,,ll()I1 (.xHt,,i n fnvor of the re
Hewitt, W. l Ooodman, Winifred Soo- , , , , , , ,
gar, C. N. Brown, K. N. WcIIb, A. II. ,nt s Propona!. because their judg
O'Hanlon, L. W. Home, K. A. Turnure, - ment on matters affecting University
J. It. Wood, I. K. KroBt, Leon Samuel- (.(.hipment is, we believe, the most
son, Clarence Spier, Bessie Mason, ,.,,,., ..,, tllir nnHmn rrtlllniv
the least influenced by personal or
ulterior considerations We really
fcal that is considerations of the lat
ter type were set aside, a great deal1
of the oposition would fall. Lincoln
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Nnhrnnkn iik Rornnn-c iihh in nil mutter.1
under the Act of Congress of March 3, lTll(' 0,l111 n," ,ak( "' ,h, ,HH,,P ,
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MEMORIAL HALL. 11 A. M.
DR. R. G. THWAITES.
Wisconsin State Historical
Clouding the Issue.
Through the activity of Universlt
alumni, and a portion of the local and
state preBS the question of University
removal 1b being forced upon the
minds of tho legislature long before it
1b ready to grapple with It. The local
managers of tho alumni association
are carrying on a persistent campaign
against tho measure whllo another
element of the association Is using
the columns of one of the state's lead
ing newspapers to air their grlevences
against tho attitude of the Lincoln
alumni. Incidentally the Lincoln
Dally Star, assuming to represent the
position of Lincoln people, is oppos
ing tho regent's recommendation for
removal, by publishing Interviews with
University professors who are Insist
ent upon a policy of city campus extension.
The wisdom of wholesome discus- music
slon on matters affecting the public;
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lUHTll'ni. lo liui lu in in iinu iiui in iiij
freedom of expression a fit subject for
criticism. The parties possessing an
interest in the removal question are
of course at liberty to go the limit
with a rush which betrays their petty
antagonism to Lincoln folks, and there
yon are None of these parties are
doing the University any fundamental
good Their judgment is not backed
by mi) material amount of study or
We recommend, even in our humble
ness, that the Nebraska Alumni asso
ciation through Its "Alumni Bulletin"
and through the activity of Its Lin
coln headquarters, lay less stress on
the removal issue and more on Uni
versity appropriations and that the
Omaha Alumni association call off its
indignation meeting Thursday night,
forget Its grievance againBt the Lin
coln association, and feed the Omaha
Bee with something else besides scare
heads and Injured feelings. This Is no
time for the display of personal hostil
ity, nor is it tho time for people to
fight for their personal property when
a great Institution like tho University
of Nebraska Is hanging in the balance
LAW HOP FRIDAY.
Law Freshmen Give Annual Dance at
Fraternity Hall This Week End.
The KreHhmen law hop will be held
at Kraternity hall, Thirteen and N
streets, Krlday night, January 17. The
dance has holm limited to sixty-five
tickets which are now on sale by
Chairman ('arse of the dance commit
tee Jones orchestra will furnish the
Ags Elect Officers.
Saturday night the Agricultural
club elected the following officers for
the second semester:
President, J. B. Kuska; vice presl-
in presenting their views and are not, dent, J. K. Ludden; secretary, H. B.
to bo restrained In their efforts to Pier; treasurer, L. A. Townsond.
properly sustain their position. Can-
Sfosljmatt lEaut ijnp
January 17, 1913
Limited to 65
High Grade Excello, Earl & Wilson and
Yorke Shirtsjn Negligees and Plait
Sale Price $1.59 For Excellos and Earl & Wil
son's in Bedford cords and Woven Madras, formerly
retailing at $2,$2.50, and $3.
bale rllCe 9oC For Excellos and Yorkes formerly
selling at $1.50.
bale rnCe 9C For Yorkes and Armstrong's De
Luxe formerly selling at'$l and $1.25.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re-FRESHMENTSinthecity
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
dor compells us to state, however, that
In our judgment the Interests of tho
Only a few U. of N. calendars left
at the Uni. Book Store. Adv
Tan Button Shoes
That New, Dome Toe, Semi-Heel,
BUDD 1415 O STREET
College Shoe Store 1107 O
22nd and M
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