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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1913)
T FT E DAILY NERRABKAN
those valuable buildings to put up
others at the farm. Our state could
hotter afford to extend the campus and
build new buildings as needed than
destroy and not utilize those already
f Also a loss of time incident to re
moval. There Is grave danger of our
university getting far behind in rank
with its professional competitors, but
some of the opponents to home ex
tension deplore the fact of lack of ar
tistic effect. I suggest that it is much
better to have a little less architecture
than to lose 10 or 20 years of thought
and human endeavor along educa
G. Academic people who have built
homes around the university so as to
educate their children deserve some
7. Many of our most ardent sup
porters of university removal are not
primarily interested In the public wel
fare so much as In private financial
gain. I understand a certain street
railway company and a real estate
company are very much Interested In
the project. I would suggest the words
of the grand old man of Nebraaka uni
versity, Chancellor Emeritus An
drews: "Millions for brain work but
not one cent for promoters pocketB."
8 The supporters of university re
moval would throw away without one
regret all our university traditions and
lore that we for years have endeavored
to build up. these traditions that mean
so much to the old grad. They seem
to forget the many victorious Nebras
ka teams that triumphed over their
foes on our beloved Nebraska field.
it. Under our present system and by
ionic extension plan tire protection is
assured and guaranteed. This was
shown to be (rue in our (Ire of last
year. Under removal plan there Is no
assurance whatever of fire protection.
Hence there is great risk of great loss.
In closing I would suggest that our
opponents would defeat the very aims
and ends for which they should strive
progress and preparing young peo
ple for practical life.
O. W. MILLER, Law, "III.
FRIDAY, FEMRUARY 7:
Milltar Hall, Lincoln Hotel.
Union Literary Society.
Palladian Literary Society.
Kappa Sigma Mouse Party.
Acacia House Party.
SATURDAY, FEHRUARY 8:
Physical Education Department
Delta Delta Delta Annual Banquet.
Achoth Formal Party, Lincoln
Glee Club Dancing Party, Music
English Club Meeting, Home of
Miss Helen Mitchell.
PINEAPPLE BLOOMS IN WINTER
Botany Department Has Rarity in
Plant Line Which Does Not
It rarely happens that a pineapple
will bloom in so cold a latitude, but
the botany department have been for
tunate with the one that was recently
sent to tin m from South America.
This plant is very tender and great
care has been exercised to bring it
to its present state. It is exhibition
in the greenhouse and permission to
see it can be obtained from the gardener.
Telephone Yule Rros at onco.
W. A. Robertson, law, '09 of PlattB
mouth Is visiting at the Acacia house.
JoneB' Orchestra, riiono L-8C0B.
Sigma Nu announces the pledging
of Kenneth R. and Carl H. Cook of
Frolich's Orchestra. Phone L-73G3.
Miss Myrtle Douthett, a former stu
dent, left today for her home In Over
ton, after a few days visit here.
Hagenslck's Orchefltra, Auto B-2990.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George I3ros.,
Printers, 1.113 N street.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Acacia announces the pledging of
Joseph Fllllpi, Clarkson; Carl Ganz,
Dunbar, and Fred J. Cunther, Lincoln.
C. II. Frey. University florist, 1133
The Misses Luella and Arlene Dye,
Alpha Chi Ome.gaB of Simpson college,
will attend university the coming se
mester. George HroB., artistic and Individual
programs, menus and stationery. The
latest styleB. 1313 N. Adv.
MIbs Ensign gave a talk on "Social
Service" at Y. W. C. A. Tuesday. She
Illustrated the phases of her subject,
"Our Personal Community, and Uni
versal Responsibility, by an article
from the American magazine. A boIo,
"A Perfect Day" was rendered by Miss
Freshmen as well as older Btudents
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of Bervico
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
20 N. 11th St. Adv.
The latest Harvard publication Is
the Harvard Musical Review which
has been started this year.
Wisconsin Is campaigning to secure
appropriations for dormitories for
The Ames glee club will soon give a
home concert to pay tho deficit of
the recent vacation trip.
Second Semesteif Supplies
The University Stationer
1123 "0" Street
Chemist rv It students will please ca
at my otllce for their charts and briefs.
Professor M L. Fosslrr
All engineers will wear corduroy
trousers Orders will be taken in the
Mine Print otllce. M A 10!i. Thursday.
February 0, 10 12a in , 1 li p m For
further information sec the members
of your class committee, whose names
are posted on the engineering Society
On February 5 and G, Fred P. Mc
Korou, city forester of Colorado
Springs, will give six lectures on city
forestry. These lectures will be of
especial Interest to citizens Interest
ed in a more beautiful Lincoln. Lec
tures will be given In room 2, Nebras
MANY STUDENTS EMPLOYED
Employment Bureau TakeB Census of
University Wage-earners All
Vocations Are Represented.
According to statistics compiled by
tho Y. M. C. A. employment bureau,
over half, fifty and five-tenths per cent
to be exact, of the Btudents at tho
university work to help pay their way
through Bchool. Their total earnings
amount to an approximate $104,000 a
year. These figures are being used
extensively by those opposed to uni
versity removal to strengthen their
stand on the question. They claim
that the location in the suburbB work
a hardship on this class of students
because over $G0 a year will be needed
for carfare alone. It Is added further
that these form the really effective
claBB of students and that their work
Ib more valuable than that of the
other fifty per cent who often do not
take their studies bo seriously.
All vocations are represented by the
student wage-earners. Many work as
waiters in cafeB and lunch rooms.
I Others clerk with merchantlle firms,
and a large number are employed in
the university ItBelf. The employment
bureau of the Y. M. C. A. has assisted
to get Jobs, and feels more; than repaid
in view of tho success of Its labor. Of
course many students secure poBitlonB
from friends and of these no record
George F. Sanford has been offered
a three-year contract to coach Yale's
football team at $10,000 per year.
FRI., SAT. & SAT. MAT. Feb. 7-8
HOWE TRAVEL FESTIVAL
Night 50, 35 & 25c. Mat 35, 25 15c
MON. TUES. WED & WED MAT.
THE BLUE BIRD
Original Production 100 People
PRICES $2.00 to 50c
Roy T. Bessie
Barnes & Crawford
DELMAR and DELMAR
8ENATOR FRANCES MURPHY
ELDORA ft. COMPANY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THURS., FRI., SAT.
Fiernan, Walters and Kiernan
BURT, JOHNSON & BURT
'THE PRINCESS AND THE MAN"
"THREE WISE MEN"
"HOY PATTY MADE GOOD"
3 8HOWS DAILY 2, 7 &. 9 P. M.
ALL SEAT8 10c
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O Si
DO YOUR WASHING
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
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