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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1913)
T II I: D A I L Y N E H RARKAN
CAMPUS REMOVAL PASSES SENATE
Upper House Amends Campus Ex
tension Bill to Advocate Re
moval Deadlock Situation.
Campus icmoval it(i'ied Hie do
('ided suppoit ol tin s.Mi.ilf eslerda '
ari(ri)()oii ulun thai hod 1 a vote
!' - to 1(1 advocated irnioval and
defeat (1 campus extension On the
secon 1 reading nt the McKissick Dill,
the measure in support of campus ex
tension, an amendment was proposed
hy Senator Ollis wlncli proided for
the elimination of the eamnus exten
sion polio and the substitution that I
"all state college in Lancaster county
he consolidated on the farm campus"'
A debate of M-veial horns length, in I
which rthe attempt was made to give'
the impression that the down town ex-'
tension might cost as high as $800,000,
resulted in the ote in which the ma
jority of 13 senators defeated campus
extension The situation produced by
such vote wherein the two houses are
entirely opposed on the university
measures, is the most undesirable one
in which the legislature could place
itself and is the subject of much uo
favorable and iniiisitie (oinment on
Mi3s Burner Talked Last Evening To
College Girls Tonight's Subject
Pattern or Friend7"
'The College dills' I c( a
lie subje.t , Miss Hum. is talk to
"' V V ( gnu on Tuesda
vtniiig sin pnki ol the m. inner in k
which college gnls bieak the ten
commandments, though still keeping
them in the geneialh accepted way
Th" subject lot hei talk on Wednes
day evening from 7 to S is "Pattern
Temple Theater, 8 o'clock.
Owing to the fact that "Dm
if Journalisten" has been read by
tAt a Kreat number of students this if
if year, an unusual interest is be- if
if iin," manifested in the play if
if Time and eneig are not being if
-fr spared to make it b tar the if
if greatest success ever achieved if
if in the Univeisity m the way of if
if a plav in a loieign tongue if
if Four acts ol lite and action, if
if spiced with finest humor-- if
if Walt's music -x-
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Roo
' Cafeteria Plan
ijciiy i. m. l. a. -:- 13th aid P
Telephone Yule Tiros nt once.
I'loluhs Ok liestia, I'lione I- 7i HV.
Mi- Minnie Hath of ubuiii is is
iting hei sister , Mabel Hath
Loch's Oidiestia, Phone LTUIM)
Hagenslck's Ok be.slia, Auto H 21)90.
C H Krey, University norlst. 1133
Ted Marrlncr Cleaner, Hatter and
RePalrer- Aut B99. 235 No. 11th.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people deoige Hros .
Printers, 1313 N street
(' Neil Hi own, better known as
"Husler" Hi own, an associate editor
of The Daily Nebraska, was back on
the campus again yesterday afternoon
He underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis two weeks ago last Sun
day Owing to rapid recovery he
came in from the hospital the latter
pait of last week, and will be back
in hi, (lasses on Monday Mr Brown
called at the Nebraskan ollice and
was heaitih welcomed by all of the
statt who weie on dut. Kvery one
will be glad to see li i in in the office
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
Dance Programs -fc
Banquet Menus if
Calling Cards if
Book Publications if
317 S. 12th St.
LOST H. S pin, set with pearls
Letters (J II. S .'12 Finder please
returne to this ollice. Reward.
WANTKI) A student who can take
dictation and use a typewriter, to
woik a shoit time each afternoon at
the ' Hag" ollice Apply to the man
agei at 1 .; p in 3 5 ;j(
FOR RENT Dance hall, second floor
Hiownell blk, 2rxll0 feet, no better
Moor in cilv, elevator seivue, cloak
looms, toilet 100ms, good piano, no
public dance allowed in hall; limited
to fraternity, soioiity, club and private
dances, dates leserved; $8 a night
Both phones. John Tav lor, Brow
Whv not write life insurance Make
from $3u to $100 a week The field for
the right sort of men is almost tin
limited The Commonwealth Life In
suiai.ee Company of Nebraska wants
live men Belore you contract with
any company see Goldstein and Crook,
Room 200-202 Ganter building, 12th
and O street, Lincoln. Phone: Auto
B 3C0y Ofllce hours this week 4 to 5
p m., daily. Adv 3-5-3-.
DO YOUR WASHING
I licy ,11 c always the best
We sc rve hot and c old
di inks all winter lon
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and 0 Street
Llcdtive courses leading to
the University degrees of S. T. B.,
S. T. M. A. M., and Ph. D. Stu
dents paying the full fee may
take without extra charge ap
propriate courses offered in the
Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences and in Andover 1 hco
logical Seminary For particu
lars address the Dean of the
Harvard Divinity School, 4 Di
vinity Library, Cambridge, Mass.
if CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
if 12th and O Streets
if P. A. Hall President if
if F. H. Johnson Vice-Pres. if
if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash, if
Home Made Bread
COOKIES PIES CAKES
Give us your next order for Punch.
We know we can suit you both in quality and in price
Of the University Y. M- C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 "to 8 : 10 Dinner 1 1 to 1 : 50 Supper 5 : JO to 7
:- THE TEMPLE -:
Ensign Omnibus and
Never'close! Day or night
Service and reliability our aim
If indeed of a cab call ENSIGN
Give your call for baggage
No'waiting or worrying then.
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT
In Her New Comic Play
THE LOVE AFFAIR
PRICES $1 50 to 50 cents
FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 14
In "MAGGIE PEPPER."
M'INTYRE AND HEATH
OTTO T. JOHNSONE
HOPKINS AND AXTELL
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
MON., TUES, and WEDNESDAY.
THU IS, FRI , SAT.
TYuON & BROWN
THE STEVENS TRIO
"WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY"
"A WILL AND A WAY"
"HUBBY BUYS A BABY"
"THE CHEAPEST WAY"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
Matinees, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
Six Loafs for 25c
Are Hard to Beat
So are our
H. Reusch, IS
2th S t
Phone B 2303 Office." 221 So. 1 lth St 1 1
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