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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1901)
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Robert Hfltner, of the Chemistry de
partnuMit. has recently returned from n
week's trip in the Black Hills In the in
terests of that department. He
brought with him a large number of
choice and aluable specimens of min
erals and metallurgical products which
will be placed in the chemical mus
eum. In addition to this he also gathered
large amount of gold and silver ore
about the Portland and Homestake
mines, for use in the assaying classes.
The collection Includes specimens
from the Portland cyanide mill of Cen
tial City. S. I)., and fioin the mills of
the famous Homestake mines which
show the details of process of extor
tion of metal. The result, as a whole.
of Mr. Hiltner's trip was very satisfactory.
A new assaying furnace lias recent
ly been placed in the assaying depart
ment which is much of an Improve
ment over the old one ayd will give
the students more practical assaying
It is of the type of what is known
as the double muffle furnace which 1b
used In all large commercial laborator
ies of the west.
The plan of the chemist: y depart
ment is to make other practical and
needed improvements as fast as mojiey
and space will allow.
Richard Adams, commonly known as
"Richard" the colored janitor of the
chemistry building, has severed his
connection with the University and
will occupy himself elsewhere. Mr.
Adams is probably the oldest man In
point of janitor service in the Uni
versity, having served for about ten
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Moutgomei aie now assistants in
There is a huge colony of University
people in the Black Hills country.
1 Everett Sawyer, '98, and Mark E.
lliltner are situated at Central City
with the Portland Cyanide company.
Miss Helen (Jregory is superintendent
of the Hearst kindergarten school at
Lead City. S. D.
Miss.es Mildred Parks and Grace
Mr. CJrlggs, '98, Is superintendent of
the cyanide mill at Yellow Creek.
Bruce Yates, '92, is civil engineer of
the Homestake Mining company.
Henry Tucker. '98. is teaching in the
public 'schools of Load City.
on the department of chemistry this
fall for sugar analysts for the arious
beet sugar factories.
Mr. Hiltner has succeeded in find 1 1
places for all the men who have ar,
plied for work of this sort.
As a result, Herman Miller and Y.
Nikaido are at Leavitt. Neb.; John
Sherrer is at Chino. Cal.; Otis Hymer
at Grand Island, Neb.; Paul Wolfe at
Caro. Mich , Clarke Streeter, Arthur
Strahorn. Walter Hiltner and Ernest
U'iidge will test the pioduct at Nor-
There has been an unusual demand
Clarence C. Fletcher, '92, is head
chemist this year at the factory in
Loveland. Colo., and Roland V. Balle,
'9:5.' is superintendent at Fremont, O.
i; m pi re Htut of the South.
Georgia enjoys the complimentary
sobriquet of the "Empire State of the
South," from the fact of its natural
wealth and superior advantages in In
dustrial and manufacturing lines.
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