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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1904)
PLANS AHE READV
The bui'dlng will begin as soon as
the contract is awarded and the weath
er moderates somewhat. It will proba
bly be ready for use the middle of next
oar. The estimated cost of the com
pleted s-tructure is about $50,000.
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New School Building At Farm
To Cost $50,000.
Plans for the new school building
at Uie state farm have been received
at the office of the superintendent of
construction. They call for a building
that lias long been needed at the farm,
and which vill prove of great advant
age in the work which the department
of agriculture already has in hand or
contemplation. The buildings now at
the farm are much crowded by the nec
essity of holding recitations in the
same rooms u here laboratory work is
conducted, which has proved a deplor
able Inconvenience all around. Be
sides this, however, the demand for
further facilities which has been
brought out by the necessity for under
taking work in entirely new lines, has
become so insistent as to require im
mediate attention. The large barn
Just complete (a cut of which will ap
pear In next Saturday's Nebraskan),
while relieving the strain on some de
partments, has, by Increasing the op
portunities for further investigation,
but made more pressing the call for
nore leboratorles and class rooms.
The new building to commence erec
tion soon will be aimed primarily to
fill UiIb demand. It will be a large two
stoiy and basement structure, of hydraulic-;
ressed brick, such as will be
employed in the new physics building
on the Uni. campus. The plans call
for the utmost simplicity of construc
tion, and no decorations will be atempt
cd except on the large main entrance,
which will be largely finished in terra
cotta. The beauty of the building will
not, however, be marred by this sim
plicity and it will doubtless be one of
tho handsomest as well as one of the
most important of the new additions
to the fnciwlies of the University.
The building will be 140x05 feet in
dimgiibioris and will face east toward
the experiment station. The basement
will coiualr. laboratories, animal hus:
bandiy and pathology class rooms, jan
itors' rooms and closetB. Two small
offices will also be situated there. There
will le north and south entrances to
the basement as well as the main en
trance on tho east.
The fust floor will contain a large
library loom, which will be situated
at the touth end of the building and
extend furcss its entire width. The di
mensions will be 38x00 feet. Five
large offices and a ladles' parlor will
be situated on this floor, as well as
two good-sized class rooms. In the
second story there will be a large as
sembly room, just above the library,
on the first floor. Its dimensions will
be the same as those of the library.
The floor l also contain physics and
botany laboratories and mathematics,
English and other class rooms. A
northern entrance will be provided on
- the first floor.
Miss Paulino Hush Is visiting at
Ceresco over Sunday."
Sigma Alpha EpBllon will give a
dancing party March 4.
H. S. Wetherald, '0G, is absent from
school on account-of sickness.
Mr. Ed Johnston of Lincoln is
pledged to Phi Kappa Psl.
Mrs. Heacock of Falls City, is visit
ing her daughters at the Pi Heta Phi
Miss Mayme Killian is back In the
University after a week's visit at Wa-hoo.
Rev. A. E. Marsh, of Blair, was vis
iting his son, Arthur H. Marsh, yesterday.
Sei d 10 gum wrappers for mammoth atalogi.e of premiums given
X In exchange for the wrappers.
M. B. LcwIb, of Omaha, is visiting
his brother Burdette, at the Phi Psl
Phi Delta Theta gave a very in
formal dancing party last night at
Miss I. eta Stetter of Valentine and
Miss Ruth Holmes of Lincoln, are
pledged to Chi Omega.
The formal party of Phi Kappa Psl
is to be held March 25 at the Lincoln
hotel. This event will serve as a re
union of Phi Psi's al over the state. On
the evening of March 20 the annual
banquet of Phi Kappa Pal will occur
at the Lincoln.
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