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TnE DAILY HBRA8KAN
The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRA8KA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Ncbrasska
Dny onice 111888 Editor 13 1518 Mnnnglng Editor B-3844
Night OITlc It 4204 nufllnosR Mnnagor IM821.
Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M. 8NYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MA80N, C. NEIL BROWN
R F Lyman Clarenco Spolr I K Frost
Homer Phillips Fred R. WoIIb E M Kndleck
Howard R Blttingor
Clairo Hardin Winifred Soegpr Ethel Arnold
Hortenflo Kauffmnn Ruth Squires
Manager C. C. Buchannn Assistant Manager J. L. Drlscoll
Circulation Manager T. Erie Keofer
Subscription $2 00 per year in advance 5 cents per copy.
Entored at the poBtoffico at Lincohi, Nebraska, as second class matter
under act of Congress March 3, 1879
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1913
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
1)1 II 22. I'.M.l
VVnT-iliii-midiii.Aliiue.d. heieb associ
ate ourselves as a Junloi Reliel Com
mmittee, for the put pose ot defiaj
lug the piesent deficit ol the .lunloi
Class, and agiee to hold omsehes pel
sonally and Jolntl liable for an and
all debts ineuied 1 us in the furthei
ance of that purpose (No romps to
be issued )
HARVEY W HESS.
A K ALLYN,
CEO A HACKLY.
('HAS H EPPERSON,
W E KAVAN,
REED It DAWSON.
R T LYMAN,
J L DR1SCOLL,
.1 V JOHNSON.
I 1 NOONE,
the legislatuie has met its (liiefV-M
need, moie room Neei has a com
piomise. a tliliiK that on general priii
In consideration ot the Catholic St u
dent's Club of the U ot N pei nutting
the Junior Relief Committee to use
their date of May Hi, 19 11 at Capital
Reach, said Heliet Committee agiee
to penult the Catholic Students Clul
to use their date ot Maj 21. l'.U '.. and
further apices to be liable to the e
tent of 10 tickets "oi an amount ut
to 10 tickets at $1 UK each, in oldei
to insiue the sale ot 100 tickets
Signed toi Catholic Student s Club,
J Y JOHNSON.
J J NOONE
Foi Reliel Committee
11 RYEY W HESS.
( Mi. ii in. in
R It DS()N
S ( I et.u
w i: k
WHAT WE GOT
The legislatuie has adjoin ned llu'
it has not abated its labois without
gnuui the I'nneisitj a chance to
glow It authoi ied a thiee iuai tci of
a null lew loi the election ot new
Uiueisit buildings and piouled that
tlu question ot whethei the institu
lion should be moved to the State
F.i i in oi be extended mound its pies
ent location should be submitted to the
As a lestilt of this decision, all but
the most extreme e.xtensionists and
leinowihsts feel a giatifying sense of
lelief The legislature as a whole is
mighty glad that the long, tiiesome
and disagreeable important struggle
is over. The regents feel once moie
at ease. And the University lejoices
that at the termination of what seemed
for many (Jays a hopeless deadlock,
ciples we dislike, lesulted in so main
satisfactions as lias the present
There neei was, in our judgment,
any occasion for extreme differences
ot opinion on the question of removal 1
Purelv a question of expediency, it
has always seemed to us a matter up i
on which compromise would be rela-i
tively easy The most earnest ado '
cates of remoal weie reallv seekinc i
more money lor the University The
most vigorous extenslornsts, the peo
pie ol Lincoln, were asking for down
town expansions for reasons that the
Unheisity as a state institution, would
never recognise as an excuse for stay
mg where it is 'I he removal ques
lion was neei an issue between those
who wanted the University at the
Farm and those who wanted it neaiei
the saloons, but was alwavs an issue
between those who wanted a big um
veisity appropriation and those who
wanted to keep on making money be
oause ot the location of the Universitv
in Lincoln It was, therefore, an easy
ind convenient measure of relief to
compromise an issue that has in
volved so little real pi inciple as has
the troublesome question of Univer
Styles that will be want
ed by young men of
Fabrics and tailoring
that represent the high
est standards of quality.
Price that merit the
consideration of those
who study economy.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
dunks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
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