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3he Dnllg Tlcbrnohan
1H more or Cess Local
Don't forget the meeting of the De
bating League tonight.
Will Hill, an old Uni entity man.
was visiting friends on tho campus
Chancellor Andrews will preach the
baccalaureate sermon at the Univer
sity of Missouri on iVlaq 29th.
Miss Kingsbury left yesterday morn
ing for Kansas City, and was unable
to racot her classes In German.
The Palladian Literary society gave
a program last evonlng, which was a
very commendable- affair.
Registrar's headquarters for Nebras
ka at St. Louis are being maue in the
Those who desire to secure Fresh
man caps- have yet one week In which
to order them.
Prof. Sheldon has returned from St.
Paul, Neb., whero ho delivered a
lecture to the Howard county histori
Miss Frankish, one of the instruct
ors at the Academy, was unablo to
meet her classes yesterday on account
"Tho Historical society rooms are hav
ing a fresh coat of oil applied to the
fioore, thus making It impossible for
the students to read their home papers.
Miss Grace Young who has been tak
ing work at the University School
of Music will not take work this term,
but return to her home at Johuson,
Neb., where she will instruct a class.
xrMinna Minrrr rnnim' t 111 in
UU1MVIUJ J'lUJV 1'IUIIUUJ V.. Ill, IV
a. m. Class is to docldo on invitations !
and -class play tickets.
C. T. DORG,
Tho newly elected officers of tho
Alumni Association of the University
President, Mr. McGuire.
First vlco preeident, Mrs. Babsou.
Second vice president, Mrs. Bowman.
Seoretary and treasurer, Mr, Barret.
Historian, Miss Edna Bullock.
The orator for 1905 Is Will Owen
Jones, '86, and the one for this year,
Dr. J. H. Halms, '84.
The- annual banquet of the Engin
eering society bids fair to be the larg
est over held. A large number of men
.have already signified their intention
of attending. The -banquet will take
place aLthe LIndoll hotel on tho even
ing of &pril 23, -1904.
The Engineerfng society at its meot-
Ing Wednesday voted to investigate
tho possibilities of an excursion lo
Omaha during tho month of may. A
committee consisting of Mr. B. A. New
ton, Mr. L. W. Turner and R. H. White
was appointed, nnd they state that over
forty men have signed up to take tho
' Tho mechanical students challenged
tho students of tho other dopartmonts
to a game of baseball. Tho members of
the team- wero restricted to tho two
upper classes and to tho faculty. The
CivllB at once accepted the challengo
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and the game Is to lie played next Mon
day afternoon at 1 o'clock. It is ex
pected that each tam will be sup
ported by a goodly number of root
ers to urge them to do their best. The
electrical team is being organized, and
will play tho winners. Mr. L. W.
Chase Is manager of the Mechanicals
and Mr. H. R. Edwards of the Chils.
The biise ball enthusiasm has struck
tlio chil engineers hard. Rush Harris'
colts are practicing daily and II. R.
Kd wards has assumed tho management
of tho civil engineering aggregation,
which will make thr Mechanicals sor
ry that they spoke. Under his eagle
eye and inspiring example no other re
sult is possible. Cy Mason nnd B. A.
Newton will serve up curves and tan
gents with Mllliken -at the receiving
end. Mr. Edwards Is placing other men
as they show up In practice.
From the data collected during the
last nlno years oPthe discharge of the
Platte rher, J. C. Stevens Is making
some valuable tables. The object is
the determinationof the influence of
6toiage reservoirs on tho water supply
for Irrigation in Nebraska. The worn
Is very broad, including results ob
tained by assuming different propor
tions of tho total supply useel from
60 to 70 per cent, and four different
demands for water at different parts of
tho irrigating season.
Alter having completed his tables Mr.
Stevens will bo able to plot curves,
twenty-four in number, from which at
a glance it will be possible to know
tho necessary stoiage capacity for any
ccnditlous determined upon as favor
able. In view of the rapid increase of
irrigation Interests In the state and
tho pressing demand for more water,
tho results of Mr. Stevens' work will
be of great value.
Mr. E. E. Cushman of tho Cushman
Motor company, of tho city, talked to
tho Engineering society at Its regular
meeting Wednesday evening. The sub
ject of the talk was the "Two-Cycle
Gasoline Motor." Mr. Cushman has
done more than perhaps any other man
to develop tho two-cyclo motor.- He
told of many difficulties met with, and
the essential features of the motor of
this type. Tho two-cyclo motor has
be on widely developed during tho past
ten years, but now three-fourths of the
small pleasure-boats are piopelled by
this class of motors. Mr. Cushman had
with him a motor manufactured by his
firm which develops 1 -horsepower at
1200 r. p. m.. and only weighs 90 lbs.
An automobile has been equipped with
this stjle of motor which will carry
two men at twelve miles per hour over
ordinary roads and tho outfit with fuel
for a 50-milo run only weighing 3-10
Whereas, our reBpoctcd class-mate
and honored friend, A. II. Kuutson,
has been called upon to suffer an irre
parable loss In tho death of his father
Whereas, we tjio class of 'C4 of the
College of Law of tho University of
Nebraska, aro deeply pained and
grieved to learn of this, hia sad be
lenvemont. theroforo, be it
Resolved. That we, the class, in a
body assembled, do hereby extend our
jloepest sympathy to our grief-stricken
classmate, In this, his groat trial, and
we hope that ho will find sweet con
solation In tho thought that ho was
permitted to appreciate ajid enjoy for
so long a time the Inspiration that
comes from, a father's love and. devo
.tion. H. J. THEOBALD, .
A. R. HONNOLD. .
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