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8PEAKS ON ''AGRICULTURE AND
Declarei That Progress of Agricul
tural Science In Past Few Yeara
Points the Way to Remark
able Future for All People.
Sovonty-ono students In tho collogo
of ngrlculturo rocolvod tholr cor
tlflactos of graduation at tho sovonth
annual commencement of that dopart
mont of tho university last ovoning.
Tho graduating exorcises woro hold
in Momorlal hall and woro attended
by a crowd that jammod tho building.
Acting Chancollor Samuol Avory was
Procoding Chancollor Avory's ad
dross, tho university chorus, and Miss
Annotto Abbott rondorod musical
numbors. Following tho address,
Mahlon Saxton pleased tho audionco
with a violin solo, aftor which the
graduation' certificates and military
commissions were prosontod.
Spoaking on "Agriculturo as Re
lated to Human ProgroBB," Chancollor
Avory said in part:
"Anciont civilization first dovelopod
In a fow apotB of tho earth, particu
larly to primitive agriculturo. But
for conturles this labor was without
scientific application or knowlodgo.
Tho first twenty yoars of tho last cen
tury prosontod efforts in this direc
tion which woro put forth without
groat practical rosults, but efforts
without which tho later successes
would havo boon impossible. From
1830 to 1850 wo find yoars rich in
ploneor work for sciontlQc agricul
ture rich In the beginnings of dis
coveries. "Tho noxt fow years brought forth
a puzzlo. Sclonco had brought us
Into partial control of tho agricul
tural situation. Wo at least under
stood whore wo woro at, but wo faced
tbo constantly diminishing returns of
tho soil and wore forced to concludo
that tho olemonts of fertility were be
coming exhausted. Now wo aro learn
ing how to overcome this loss and
rostora the fertility pf tho soil. Tho
agricultural progress of the last fow
yoars has boon ono of the wonders of
"Tho tlmo has come when agricul
tural Investigations can command tho
services of some of Iho choicest
spirits in tho world. Looking ahead
I feel that tho agricultural future of
f Nebraska is singularly fair and bright
I predict that tho time will como when
tho lovol plateaus of tho West will
bo among our richest agricultural re
gions. Tho parts of tho stato now
occupied by the sand hills' will bo
covered with plno forests, and tho
whole stato will presont a scoon of
agricultural completeness and. beauty
to that which ono seos now In tho
strip of country lying between tho
mouth of tho Rhino and tho foot of
"Tho conditions to, prevail in Ne
braska wo may expect to prevail in
tbo whole world, for "knowledge, par
ticularly agricultural knowledge, is
becoming universal. Knowledge is
converting all countries of tho world
into places of abode whero humanity
can thrive and prosper. Almost ov
ory land and climo-wlll soon ho, cap
able of supporting a splendid civiliza
tion. When mankind has progressed
to Euoh an extent that every part of
the earth is mado to yield its beat to
his welfare, tho agricultural mlllenlum
will havo arrived.
"Young ladles and gemlomen, you
belong to tho first decade of' agricul
tural graduates of this school. You
lire peculiarly fortunate in that you
have taken your course of study after
the school has lasted long enough to
havo acquired a school consciousness,
to havo formed Ideals and tradltionb
and yet you havo studied in the firs
flush of the splendid growth of th
school. Schools aro liko nations. The
froquontly produco in tho oxuberarico
of youth, a raco of giants.
"Addressing tho last word to you,
I havq then, nothing further to say
than this: Livo and labor In accord
anco with tho Ideals you havo hero
rocolvod to bo worthy of your placo in
tbo succession of graduates to go
forth from tho University of Nobrns
ka's school of agriculture."
A MAN DEEPLY LOVED
(Continued from Pago l)
harder conditions. Tho industries of
tho country woro prostrate, tho finan
cial lntorosts of tho stato woro dos
porato. Tho legislatures of both 1891
and 1895 appropriated almost a quar
tor of tho Btato's rovonuos to aid
drough sufferers. Settlers woro leav
ing tho western counties by thous
ands. Unwcarily tho new chancollor
traveled over Nebraska, speaking
wherever an audlenco was assured, and
preaching always tho evangel of op
portunity, as offored by tho board of
rogonts, and long beforo provided by
tho found or a of tho stato. Thus, in
four yoars, ho saw an Institution of
loss than five hundrod studonts grow
into tho truo university of a million
pooplo. Withal, ho organlzod and en
larged forces, and extended Its bene
fits to studonts far boyond tho shadow
of its walls.
"Ho was of tho finest typo of Amor
lcan manhood, and ono of tho best
gifts of tho old Now England college
to tho West in tho pioneer days of
Wostorn education. All his life long,
ho served his follow man, and no
whoro more Joyously or successfully
than among us in Nebraska. His
dreams woro not of his own great
ness, but of tho greatness and holp
fulnosB of tho university which ho
sorved, and ho rojoicod as ho marked
it, full of promise, taking shape beforo
his eyes. To others ho gavo with
gladness tho best thoro was in him,
and he asked for no roturn. Of such
a man, the noblest memorial remains
in the hearts of the thousands of
young men nnd women whom he
loved and inspired, and who romom
bor him with gratltudo, and affection.
On him tho world may say, with rare
truthfulness. Ho was loved by his
THE BOARD OF REGENT8 MEET
Make Important Appropriations for
Tho board of regents mot yester
day morning nnd finished consider
ation of the financial budget for tho
noxt year. A total appropriation of
$581,000 web divided as follows: $362,
1G2 for salaries, and $164,864, for cur
rent expenses of the maintenance of
tho university. Fifty thousand dollars
has also been Bet aside to be used in
oquipping tho new engineering build
ing which Is now in course of con
struction. This latter amount will be
spent for machinery, including founda
tions, and ether material which will
bo necessary for tho various kinds
of work in the engineering classos.
An appropriation was also mado for
tho erection of a now green houso on
the university campus. The amount
of this appropriation was not able
to bo determined by tho regents. Be
sides these appropriations, $3,275 will
bo Bpent for tho purchase of four
acres adjoining tho stato farm.
The Iowa legislature has appointed
a committee of three representatlos
and two senators to visit the state ed
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