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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1906)
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Harold Foster, ex. '0G, was a visitor
at tho University last wook. He la at
present engaged with a surveying
party on tho Union Pacific.
Druco Benedict, M. E. '01, has ac
coptod n position with tho engineer of
tests of tho C. B. & Q. railroad at Au
rora, 111. Ho will do considerable work
with tho Burlington dynamometer car.
Tho department of Mechanical En
glnoorlng has juBt received a Wm. II.
BrlBtow pyrometer, which will accur
ately measuro temperatures as high as
21)00 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tho department of Electrical En
gineering will graduate twice as many
SonlorB as any previous year. The
Junior claBS bids fair to equal Jf not
to oxcood, tho present Senior class In
numbor of graduates.
L. A. Sheldon, M. E. '01, was mar
ried to Miss Evolln Enolx of this city
on October 22. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
will be at home after November 15 In
Schenectady, N. Y., whore Mr. Sheldon
. has a responsible position in tho stoam
turbine department of tho Gonoral
11 possible to standardize accurately all
ammeters and voltmeters used by Ihe
department, as well as Uiobo belonging
to private parties Jn tho state. This
feature of tho laboratory Is in lino
with tho intention to establish an ofll
cjal standardizing bureau at tho Unl
verity for tho stale of Nebraska. The
apparatus will bo Installed In that por
tion of thft Electrlctl Engineering lab
oratory whl civ has been used by the
Domestic Science, department. Tho
romalnlng apparatus consists of two
Thompson portable ammeters and two
portable Weston voltmeters, Tho lat
ter Instruments are models in work
manship and neatness of finish.
Professor Richards has been ap
pointed by Judge Hostotter of the
Twolftlxjdjatxlct of Nebraska as a mem
ber of a board of appraisers to doter
nilno tho value of the Kearney water
works. Tho other members of tho
board are Engineers Rosowator of
Omatfn and Klrsted of Kansas City.
Professor Morso' has. In hand, as con
sulting engineer, several municipal
electric lighting projects, In different
Nebraska towns. One of those in
cludes tho Installation of a reinforced
concrete dam and tho introduction of
auxiliary units in the shape of gasoline
engines and direct connected genera
tors, to bo used at low water times.
Tho Electrical Engineering depart
ment has just received about $600
worth of now apparatus, which con
sists of tho following: One typo "K"
potentiometer and equipment, includ
ing two Weston dry colls; a Stand
ardom, a typo "H" D'Arsonvol gajvo
nometer, and a type 'H" Balistlo gal
vanometer. This apparatus will make
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tlon became somowhat heated. Sec
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and section two was carried after some
Soction three was the rock on which
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an amendment to the amendment woro
proposed and lost by narrow margins
and thd committee was compelled to
arise from tho committee as a whole
before definite action on tho original
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matters of interest to engineers, la In
search of several Nobraska students
to solicit subscriptions for tho maga
zine among the engineering classes.
For particulars lnqulra-of the manager
of tho Dally Nebraskan.
Tho membership committee of tho
University Y. M. C. A. will meet In
tho Association rooms on Friday, No
vember 9, at 7 p. m.
A Band Informal will be given to
morrow night In Memorial Hall. This
popular University function deserves a
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Wo have a good chanco to boat tho
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