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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15
In "THE HIGH ROAD"
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and
Sat. Mat. and Night, Oct. 25
THE PRICE SHE PAID
Night 50, 35 & 25c Mat. 25c
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 23, 24. 25
"A Fisherman's Betrothal," Featur
ing Esther De Lour.
Ethel Kirk & Billy Fogarty
Hilda ThomaB & Mr. Lou Hall
In "The Substitute."
Martin E. Johnson's Travelogues
Stories and Pictures of the Jack
London Tour of the South Sea
E. Bert Kenny, I. R. Nobody and
E. Booth Piatt
Originators of Nobody Character
Belle Claire &. Herman
Mat. Thurs., Fri., 15 25c. Sat., 15,
25c, 50c. Night at 8:15. Prices
15, 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Augustus Neville & Co.
"Politics and Petticoats"
NEWPORT & STIRK
In "A Barber's BuBy Day
"THE WIDOW'S SUITORS"
"THE BALLYHOO'S STORY"
Daily News 4 Fashion Life Photos
Three Shows Dally 2, 7 and 9 p.m.
Mat. All Seats 10c; Nights 15c
TTK VAMI'IKE in Three Reel
I he raking of Rattlesnake Bill
The Clever Stor
I he (lirl Auoss the Way
W m m
it the first
i hoicc of a
host of men
who want a
2 for 25c
don't spread apart at the f p
For Sale by
FULK CLOTHING CO.
NEW UNI IS PICTURED.
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lctic field, between which and the cam
pun is the men's pryinnaHlum.
The second State Farm plan in more
of the quadrangle idea. It has one
length wise and two croHswlfle drive
wa.H. On one Hide Is the athletic field
and on the other a court There are
the agricultural, science, and line arts
campuses. The streets or drives run
at right angles. Along Holdrege street,
as with the other plan, are the line of
machine shops. With both plans the
campus would face northward
The State Farm campus plans are
for campuses of extensive size One
would mean the use of six acres, or a
tract, the circumference of which would
he nearly a mile and one-half The
other plan, that of the triangular cam
pus, would cover about forty acres s
the size of the University would not
warrant the construction of all build
-w-jtla lined those erect eil for imuie
diate use would necessarily be scat
tered o er a large area
Viewed lrom the north, the campus
would present, first, the athletic field,
then the men's gymnasium, then In the
background the main part of the cam
pus, that of the agricultural college
campus at one end and the fine arts at
No Estimate of Cost.
The plans are tentative In every re
spect, showing simply what might be
done If funds and desire were present.
Architect Hodgdon would not attempt
to say what the cost might bo in either
downtown or State Farm locations. He
said that almost any amount of money
might be spent, depending on the elab
orateness of the buildings, arrange
ment and other details added for the
sake of beauty.
Architect Hodgdon favors the classic
rather than the Gothic style of archi
tecture. Universities are now using
practically all kinds. New Mexico has
adopted the Spanish, Leland Stanford
the mission, Chicago the Oxford, Mis
souri the Oxford, Virginia the colonial,
and a few the Roman.
The architect said he was afraid
that a Nebraska style could hardly be
de ised that would permit a satisfac
tory working out in detail. It is neces
sary that the plans take into careful
consideration the grouping of the build
ings and the general effect of such
It is now the plan of Chancellor
cr to make Charter day, Februar
III, a homecoming day, at which the
alumni and all others interested might
come and see from lantern slides the
four plans of campus location. Mr.
Hodgdon will be asked to return to
Lincoln at that time and the plans will
be shown with a lantern and explana
tions given. Thus the. alumni will ba
ghen an opportunity to see just where
they think the University ought to be
The plans will remain In the ofllce
of the Chancellor ror a lew days in
order that the members of the faculty
may have an opportunity to look them
over and thus discuss the details of
Individual building location, size of
buildings, shape and other things in
connection with the plans.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.
Printers, 1313 N street.
University School of Music
Offers the highest class of instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -:- Eleventh and R Streets
Box Paper to suit everyone, with
and without University Emblem
Do we have what you want for a
little gift? Ask
The Uni Book Store
34 on 11th Street
The Cafeteria of the Y. M. C. A.
I here must be some regard given to the surroundings in
the choice of a boarding house, if one would get the most good
from his meals. A poorly ventilated room is not a fit room.
The Cafeteria is located in a room well lighted and ventilated
The University authorities have freshly painted the walls and
refinished the floor. This is a good place for hundreds, why
not for you?
I he Cafereria for the Students in the Temple
tin -1 F m t ''!ZK 1ll '
WE ARE GOING TO
The Huffman's General Supply House
For our SCHOOL and OFFICE Supplier
We get more for our money at
208 South 11th Street -:- -:- Lincoln
A. Palen, B.Sc, C.E., 07, now em
ployed as highway engineer in the
forest service of Colorado, is located
temporarily at Denver, Colo.
Cfoctt, Pbodr A Co., Im. ' Maknn
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Linct In Candy Kitchen
South Wesi Corner 14th O Street
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