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THE ErKJiNiHOtt-" TIM P.
The engineering Htudenta who Joined
the expedition accompanying the foot
ball tenm to Minneapolis had 11 mora
enjaynble time, If possible, than any
of the rest of the excursionists. The
Engineering Society had considered
the trip last spring nt the Instance of
Professor Brooks, nnd on the opening
of school this year It forme 1 the folo
object of the Society's first meeting.
At this meeting Professor Morse, who
was formorly n resident of Mlencapollo
was chosen leader and n conimltteo
was appointed through whoso efforts
the Northwestern rallrontl subBequent
y granted tho special train leaving
As It seemed to be generally untleiv
-stood that seats would be reserved
for the engineers, the latter madr no
tgroTfnihflte "tenjeeurff tickets; nnd con
sequently when the train was ready
to leave about thirty-five of these gen
tlemen appeared at tho station, .without
tickets, the supply at the office- having
been exhausted by the demand of
pther prospective sight seera. Im
Ynedlately Professor Morse made a fly
ing trip to the city ticket offlco, re
turning in a few minutes with Messrs.
Munn and O'Brien, officials of the
Company, who finally gave the con
ductor instructions to allow transpor
tation at the oxcurslon roto to all
whom Professor Morse Identified as
On nrival at Minneapolis the first
"movement wns toward the satisfaction
jof the inner man. This attended to,
the expedition, with Professor Morse
at the leadv visited in order tho sub
station of the General Electric Co.,
tho steel arch, bridge over the Mlsslp
4a river, and the main generating sta
tions of the General Electric Ce.. and
tho Twln-Clty Rapid Transit Co. at
St. Anthony's FallB.
Next the party proceeded toward
the campus of the University of Min
nesota being Interrupted only by the
requests of the ublqultus photogra
pher jQn the campiiB tho sight of our
familiar "mathematics man" strolling
leisurely up the hill brought forth a
round of the yelli but as the Professor
was undoubtedly In the midst of the
solution of some intricate problem
he showed no signs of recognition
until the engineers raised an almost
deafening din. The npproach of the
Nobraskans being thus nnnounced
Professors Geo. n. Shepardson and
Frank Springer of the engineering de
partment of tho University of Minne
sota appeared nnd in a moBt delightful
manner lead the way through the en
gineering labratorles and shops.
As tho time was limited only two
hours could be allowed for this visit.
Professor Morse then leading the ex
pedition at his "two-forty" gait which,
by tho way, wos immortalized by the
-cartoonist of the Minneapolis Journal,
to the famous county court house,
where, by menns of electric elevators
and long, winding stairs the boys
were elevated 335 feet above the level
or the street. N"
Next the party wnt to th railway
station and chartered a car for Lake
Mlnnetonkn where arrangements had
been made for hotel accommodations.
During the trip, which was about 18
miles long, It was rumored that the
hotel could accommodate only fifty
of tho seventy composing the party,
consequently, upon arrival of the train
a grand charge was made upon the
hotel. However tho land lord was
equal to the emergency and not only
provided plenty of "good cheer,, but,
with tho aid of the young ladles of the
summer resort, furnished a short fn
tortalnraent in the parlor. '
After a vigorous demonstration In
the shape of a parade hround the vil
lage, and a good night's sleep, the
boys embarked on a pleasure steamer
at 5:30 a. m., returning In time to
catch the 8:40 train for Minneapolis,
the Journal cartoonist meantime rc
momberlng Professor Chatburn with a
portrait ontltled. "Where are those
Tho rest of the Forenoon was spent
visiting Minnehaha Falls, made fam
ous by Longfellow's Hiawatha, and
various engineering plants including
After the disappointing game the
expedition broke up Into small parties
each vlBltlng according to pleasure,
various saw-mills, electric -plants, etc.,
until tile opproach of the small hours
demandfei- a few hours' bleep" In
preparation for the homeward journey
on Sunday morning.
Ralph D. Conkllng, who was In
school two years ago. took In' the
Minosota game, nnd is vlsitlns with
his Alphn Tau Omega brotheis for a
Pants. The celebrated "Crown" pan
taloon at Ewlng's. They fit. They
wear and give you only the best satisfaction.
Geo. H. Tinker, '90, has a position
as engineer on the Elkhorn extension
from Dead wood to Lead.
Don't forget Ewlng has a full lino
of Way's mufflers. They are nice for
FirBt grade pianos at honest prices
at the Matthews Piano Co., 1120 O St.
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