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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1907)
THIS DAI LTV NEBRASKAN
A FIRST CLASS PRESENT
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Box, Writing Paper Sale
going , on jiflfflb 5Qi.pm-j
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pnpefr for the next ten
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to stock up.
131 SOUTH ELEVENTH ST.
Lawlor Cycle Co.
Racycles and Iver Johnson Bicy
cles, Edison Phonographs and
Records, D. & M. Sporting and
Athletic Goods, Guns and Am
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MEMMEN CANNON CO.
The C. E. department has received
il now Heller & Bradley transit ror uao
tirtho slif veylng" classes. Allmllar
Instrument of the Borgor Company is
on the way. These transits coat $250
M. F. P. Costolloe, C. B. 1900, haw
gone to Ft. Morgan, Colo., where he
haB a position as assistant to the en
gineer In charge of a sewerage con
struction contract there.
James A. Green, a former Nebraska
C. E. student, was in Lincoln recently.
Me Is manager of the Denver ofllce
of J. Gt White & Co.
Mr. Alfred Boyd, the new Instructor
in the C. E. department, began work
here tills week. He has the classeB
In structural engineering, relieving
Professor Stout of the bridge classes.
Mr. Boyd -graduated from Washington
IJnlverslty (St. Louis) Jn 1894, jtnd has
had much practical experjence in
bridge building. He has' served with
the American Bridge company of Chi
cago, tne vyeHinnn-aeaYejiTMHrKun.
company of Cleveland, tljo Jeffry Mfg.
company of Cleveland, "and in other
?eynn, nomlng tn Nebraska
M. A., from Nebraska, prepared by
him for 'his thoslfcMit Nebraska, and
recently published lnhc Physical Rev-
A" new-adjunct- to the up-to-date
equipment of the PhyBics department
In Brace Hall lias Just been received
in the shape of a twin-cylinder vacuum
pump. This pump, which cost about
?o00, is of English manufacture; and
will 'be operated by electric power.
It will be connected -to an air-tight
piping system already In place In
Brace Hall, with leads to nearly every
work-room of the building, and will
replace the water aspirators now In
use for gas exhaustion purposes. Used
In connection with the centrifugal mer
cury pumps In the laboratory, It will
be capable, at producing tliehlgh
vacuums needed In X-ray tubes and
such apparatus. The two cylinders
operated in parallel will produce a
vacuum of 4 millimeter of mercury;
and operating in series, will produce
a vacuum of 1-5000 of a millimeter.
Some interesting changes in the E.
E. laboratory are under consideration
by the Board of Regents. Mr. V. L.
laboratory requiremeiits demand; say
lug the room occupied by the present
line shafting and belting; and reduc
ing wo present consiaeraoie risic 10.
students working around - the -JIno
shafting. The change would cost some
M. 103, the room being equipped as
a drawing room in the surveying
classes of the C. E. department, is
expected to bo ready .by January 15th.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Green's barber shops are the bpst
In the West.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for chiropody. ,
Discount on all Shoes, Sanderson's'
THE 'UNI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all students 'and invites you
to enjoy our 8moklng and Reading
Room. It's a pleasure to please. Try
MUNI" SMOKE HOUSE,
' ' ' 1132 O STREET
T.J. THORP CO.
Rubber Stamps, Stencils,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
machine Works, Model
S0 I, llth, Iilacela
News conies that Mr. Thomas
I Davis," instructor In drawing at Ne
braska in 1905-OCand till recently jn
the employ of the Jeffry Mfg. com
pany of Clevoland, hnB taken a posi
tion as mechanical engineer for the
CloyelanQ Crane and Car company.
professor Richards will discuss tho
hew "onglrieering building before the
Engineering Society next Wednesday
evening. All engineers out.
A catalogue' from the Casino Tech
nical Night School, located Jn a BUburb
of Pittsburg, states that C. E,. Bedell,'
E. E. 1900, who ,1s with the Westing
huso Electric and Mfg. company, is
on the staff of the school as, special
.lectureron Electric controllers.
The October number of the Physlka
llsche Zeitschrlft contains a translated
reproduction of an article by W. Heald!,
machinery; will bring the plant more
nearly up to date, to the benefit of
the studonts working there; will give
2( per cent moro room on.the labora
tory floor, and will be decidedly a
great Improvement. It is proposod,
briefly, to eliminate" tho line shafting
in the main E. E. laboratory, substi
tuting therefor direct motor drivers
for . thOr laboratory generators. Ac
cording to the plan proposod, one r20
H. P.' and two 15 H. P. 3-phase motors
wolild be used for driving throe gon-
orators in the laboratory; two 3
phase connected directly 4o constant
speed machines, and ordinary direct
Current motors to drlvo -the variable
speed machines, .these mptors deriving
.their powou from direct current gen
erators driven In turn by 3-phase
motors. Such a system conforms with
modern power practice, in reducing
cost of operation; giving better con
trol oyor individual machines, as the
Dining Hall. No lunch
HnlllHtPr, lilfltrilrtnr In Elortrlrnl Eu. Juat, a qulot evening meal at Dalrym
giueering, amies uiiu uiu uiiuugu wv . 1
piuunuu win rtsuii 111 miiuuu uuuui -
onnnnn-iy of npnralnn nf tho lnhnmfrniy
Beckman BroB. Fine shoos, 1107 O. at.
Try Francis BroB.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counted 123 "SdT" 12.
0EHTR1L MATIOMIL flHK
TWELFTH AND 0 8T8.
P. Xi. IIAXiZiMltlent.
. F. B. JOHNSON, Vice Prca.
DiDSJMAN C.TOI, Cashier.
W. W.IIAOKNBV Jr., Aut. Oar.
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