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Easter Sunday is
At n mooting of tl3 'faculty of tho
collogo of agrlculturo Home time ago,
Professor Pugaloy waB asked to kcop
In hlH department a list of all avail
able potations open to students and
graduates of the school and college of
agriculture. Each department Jn the
collogo was asked to send to his of
fice requests for help. Thore are now
on fllo about' fifty applications. Some
of theso havo been filled. A number
of students havo secured excellent po
sitions, but there are still other posi
tions open which would be attractive
to studonts wishing sonio sort of farm
employment. A number of these are
for farm managers in various parts of
the state. Heretofore each depart
ment kopt Its own olllce rcquosts for
labor, and very often the department
'Uld"!!- of 'any person who could
fill the position, Theso are now col
lected in ono placo, so that students
can look them over. All students
wishing employment are asked to
leave their names with Profossor Pugs
ley. In ordor that ho may recommond
them to suitable positions.
The department of agronomy and
farm management has Just received a
consignment of rto.w thermometers for
U8o In tho soil .laboratory. Somo new
microscopes havo been ordered. These
hnve been needed for a long time,
Chore was only ono of tho six In tho
possession Of tho department which
could bo used by the studonts with
any degree of satisfaction.
' Mr. Prederlckson has hired out to
Regent Coupland for tho coming year.
Both Mr. Coupland and Mr. Frederick
son are fortunate In this deal, for the
position Is a good ono and tho man
Is a worker.
-Mr, Pease Is . more Interested in
poultry than In nny other Hue of farm
work. Ho expects to make this his
life work, . Recently he has been con
sidering -the position of managor of
the poultry business at Arbor Lodge,
the Mprton estate at Nobrnska City.
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fS ECAUSE they're just a little bit better. The
lf coat collar clings to the neck in front as well
J as in back-the chest has that curved natur
al effectthe trousers show the same naturalness in
the fit of the waist. This all requires more careful,
more expensive tailoring, but it tells in the service of
the suit. Such are Kensington Clothes at $20 to $40.
MAGEE & DEEMER
If Mr. Pease secures this position, ho
will havo an excellent opportunity to
work Into iC .splendid poultry business.
Mr. T. F. Sturgos, editor of tho
Twentieth Century Farmer and chair
man of tho Commercial Club commit
tee, has written asking for a graduate
of tho school to tako charge of the
gardening with tho school boys at Om
aha during the coming summer. If
there nro any boys who llvo at or near
Omaha who wish employment during
tho summer, it might nay to invest!-
gato this position.
For several weeks past tho second
year mon of the second battalion have
been studying guard duty, rifle range,
etc., during the regular drill porlod.
At tho last recitation, howovor, they
wero glvon an examination and for tho
rost of the term nro to drill with the
Tho first of a series of inter-class
baseball games was played between
the' freshman and junior nines Satur-'
day afternoon. Becauso of tho great
amount of moisture In the soil It will
be some time before tho diamond is in
good condition. '
Targots have beon placed In one
corner of tho atKlctic Hold and tho
rlflo squads will soon havo tho pleas
ure, of attempting to annihilate these
targots by scientific shooting.
The respective companies of tho'
second battalion are making great ef
forts In preparation for the coming
company compoto, which will bo
held tho third week in April. Last
season company H carriod off tho hon
ors by scoring above 97 por cent. This
la said to be the besi" scoro over made
by any cadot company In the stato.
In nearly every issue of this paper
wo havo noticed an nrtlcle concerning
tho Jack Best fund. Strange how
dlfferontly words can ho arranged. It
was, only recently that a best Jack
fund was raised In tho school of agri
culture to purchase a crippled mule.
V. S. Culver, a member of tho 1907
S. of A. class and a sonlor In thb
college this year, 'spent tho latter
half of last.weok doing farmers' In
stitute work In tho contral part of tho
Our L System Clothes with their
characteristic dash essentially
"college clothes" may suit the
underclass man better at $15.00
Reputable Suits down to $12.50
state.. Mr., Culver's locttires .consisted
of practical talks upon the dairy ques
tion, Including discussions on -the
silo and various other questions which
aro puzzling tho farmers of tho stato
at tho present time. Quito a fow of
our graduates have been -doing insti
tute work this winter, and it goes
without saying that there is no better
way of bringing our institution Into
harmonious touch with the farmers
than through theso young men who
are able to present their subjects in a
broad clean way.
Dr. Sturdevnnt and Professor Coons
aro both on the sick list this week,
and classes which recite to these in
structors nro taking a vacation.
A series of ten lectures on plant
breeding will he given In room 205,
Agricultural hall, by Prof. R. A. Em
erson. The first ono will bo Wednes
day, March 9, at 4 p. m. Tho prin
ciples of heredity and variation and
their application to plant breeding
will-be discussed. WHlle these lee-',
tures aro bolng given for several uni
versity assistants and advanced bot
any students, any one will be welcome
to attend. Theso talks oach day will
be dollvored and one on advanced
plant physiology by Dr. Wilcox.
Five men wore Initiated into Alpha
Zeta, the national agricultural frater
nity, last Saturday evening. Tho basis,
of niomborshlp is based on scholar
ship.: Tho Intiates wero as follows:
W. F. Young, H. C. Fllley, M. S. JobboI,
A. H. Gilbert, E. U Currier.
Mr. W. F. Young has accepted a po
sition for tho summer In .the depart
ment of agronomy and farm manage
ment. His work will bo largely with
Boll. Mr. Young will assist next year
In the soils laboratories, as will nl
Mr. Filley and Mr. Bockhoff.
An effort is being made to get all
tho -different makes qf seed corn test
ers for use. In tho crop laboratories.
Three have already been received.
This will give tho students an- oppor-,
tunlty of examining and using tho dif
Tho department of horticulture is
very fortunate, Jn having as stud'ont
assistant several of tho best graduates
of tho school of agriculture, among
whom may be mentioned Roy Mar
shall, class of 1908, and Otis Liobers
and B. H. Hefmlnghaus, who wero in
Inst year's graduating class.
Miss Hrbkova 8poke.
On Friday evening Miss Hrbkova of
tho department of Slavonic gave an
address in South Omaha In tho Bo
hemian language. She took as her
subject, "What Do Wo Owo?" and spoke
of tho duties entailed on each Individ-
-ual-Booinlly and wlth-respect-to-the
gonoral community. Miss Hrbkova Is
to givo an illustrated lecture in South
Omaha early In May.
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