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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN.
Cbc Daily Utbraskan
A consolidation of
The Heiperlah, Vol. El, 'The Nbmkan,
Vol. 10, Bcarlot ands Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by the Hesperian Publish
Entered as socond class matter,
March 14, 1906, at the Post Office at
Lincojn, Nob., under the Act of Con
gt ess, March 3 1879.
Manaoer Fred Naughton
Asst. Manager W. E. Standeven
Editor-in-Chief R. A. Van Orsdel
Assistant Editor Fred Ballard
Athletic Editor Harry Swan
D. F. Huso.
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Apropos of the "supposes" glvon In
the joBh department of the Senior
Book concerning the department of
Literature and its need of room, a
word might well be said seconding the
suggestion. It seems strange to the
casual obsorvor that the Literature
department should not bo accorded
moro room than they now havo.
" Many of the other departments of
tho University havo fewer students in
tho different courses and yet are much
hotter equipped to handle the work.
Tho X.ltorary department now con
sists oLtwo professors and seven road
"" ers, ull of whom are compelled to
work in one small office. They also
havo a largo number of reference
books which have to bo kept close at
hand and overy inch of room Is occu
pied. That tho coursos offered aro impor
tant and popular may be judged by
tho pilqs.of, note-books which nearly
hldo tho fow 'tables in the room. The
noto-books "are handed in dally and
must each bo handled separately.
Temple Delayed.- ,,
A peculiar difficulty has presented
itself in the construction of tho Uni
versity Temple, at Twelfth and R
streets. The stone work on the' two
entrances to tho building is to be very
elaborate, and one of tho details calls
for four solid Bedford stone columns
in each entrance, nineteen feet long
and two feet ten inches in diameter.
It is claimed that there is no wagon
or other vehicle in Lincoln adapted
to haul tho big stones from the rail
road tracks to tho building, and it is
feared that the only way to get them
there. will bo to roll them through tho
streets on logs or other rollers. The
contractor suggested that tho columns
bo cut into threo sections, but the
architect would not permit this plan
to bo tried. The weight of tho stonos
is not the chief difficulty, since stones
used in tho new federal building
weighed more, yet were handled with
out trouble. The longth and peculiar
shape of the columns will make their
transportation a matter of some dif
ficulty, however. Tho columns will
probably bo the largest single stones
used in any structure in Lincoln.
Those in the now postofllce are larger
than those for tho Temple, hut are
built In sections.
Cadets to Be Appreciated.
From tho following article it can
easily be seen that the cadets are to
have a good time in Beatrice. The
Beatrice Sun came out with this state
ment in its editorial columns:
"Tho cadets will find the Beatrloe
girls to bo tho most charming on earth.
It is a fact much to bo regretted that
the boys of thlB city are not as atten
tive as they should be, henco our
girls will appreciate the visitors."
Temporary Organization Effected.
A temporary organization of the Ne
braska, chapter of Delta Sigma Rho,
,tho honorary debating fraternity now
in process oi iormauon in Buverui ui
tho most prominent universities in
tho middle west, was completed yes-
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The General Forestry Club meeting
which was given at the Phi Psl house
Monday evening was enjoyed by all
present After light refreshments
wore served a number of good toasts
woro glvon. C. J. Humphrey acted as
toostmastor. 0. H. Scott, member of
the Forest Reserve, gavo a short talk
on tho work in tho" office of extension
in connection with reclamation ser
vice. Dr. Condra spoke of tho rela
tion of geography to the distribution
of' forest trees. Many other short and
snappy toasts were given by promi
nent members of tho club, winding
up by a humorous talk by Mr. Miller.
lerday afternoon in the debate trophy
room, and a permanent organization
will be effected before the close of the
week. A. M. Leyy of Lincoln was
chosen temporary chairman and C. A.
Sundorlin of Tekamah was selected
temporary secretary. These students,
with A. C. Hough of Lincoln will draw
up tho constitution of the local chapter.
N'T GO HOME
Trl Deltas had a picnic' supper and
dance at tho State Farm Saturday
ProfessorConklin to Sail for Europe.
Professor Clara Conklln will sail for
Europe Juno 5th, whore she will spend
the summer. She ill be accompanied
by several Lincoln friends who will
meet her In Now York at the close of
William J.' Bryan was- present dur
ing the delivery of President Wekerl's
speech before parliament at Buda
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