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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
Published by tho Studont Publica
tion Board of tho UnlverBlty of Ne
braska. EDITORIAL 8TAFF
Editor SEARLE F. HOLMES
Managing Editor. EARLE H. TAYLOR
ABBOciato Editor. FRED McCONNELL
ABBodato Editor... BURTON S. HILL
Manager C. C. BUCHANAN
ABB't Managor... JAMES MORRI80N
Circulation Managor LEO BREBN
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Entered nt tho poBtoftlco at Lincoln,
Nobraaka, as socond-clasB mall mattor,
undor tho Aot of Congress of March 3.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1912
Dickinson, Harvoy Hobb and Raymond
Smith. Tho freshman dobatera aro
S. M. Bryan, J. D. Marcollus and
Thomas Howott. Tho winners will
dobnto tho Juniors on Phi Beta Kappa
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones,
Owing to tho lire yeBtorday morn
ing, which domandod mention In tho
columns of tho paper, tho amount of
Bpaco which would have otherwlao
boon given to the Engineers had to
bo reduced. Furthermore, tho En
gineer provod their ability as news
gathorerB by turning in onough "copy"
to 1111 the pages of two ordinary sized
issues For these reasons, tho En
gineers' Nqmbor of tho "Rag" will
appear in two volumes, the second of
which will occupy a large part of to
Tho object of the engineers' week
to creato no jealous fooling, to criti
cize no students of any other college,
but to booBt for tho onglnoors of No
brarka. Did you ever stop and think
"liuw many of the eommonplar.n things.
of thiB age are duo to tho engineers?
Who builds and operates railroads,
traction HneB, electric lighting plants,
watorworks; who develops the re
sources of nature, the, mlnos, tho Irri
gation projects, and aids commerce
with such things as tho Panama Canal
and tho modern ocean liner, whom do
you nnd in the largest manufacturing
Industries, at tho hoadB of depart
ments? In each instance an en
In this, the greatest industrial ago
over kqown, who can calculate the
part played by steam and electricity
and in tho case of each we find that
it is tho engineer who has taken the
idea of tho Inventor or tho new-found
theorj of tho sciontiBt and put It in
operation and made it useful to man.
Such la tho scopo of tho onglneer's
work and the men filling the positions
are ac varied as the positions them
Bolves. All tho way from the dress
Bults to overalls you find them.
It might bo woll for tho engineer
himself to think over these facts.
Especially first and second year men,
aro you playing tho game for all you
aro worth, realizing tho Important
part you aro to have In tho affairs of
tho world? lastly, the jenglnnors at
Nebraska, what position do they hold
among tholr fellow Btudents, road
this paper, watch them thlB week and
longer. If thiw aro interesting, and
judge for yourselves.
THE 80NQ OF THE ENGINEER8.
Wo've boon quiet far too long,
Not n whisper since '09,
Wo'ro nwako now; lot's to work,
Como on, follows, fall In line.
Let us show wo have some "pop."
Have a big time by ourselves
Let your studies go thiB wook;
Lot your books Ho on their Bholves.
What's the use of such hard work?
Wo'ro tho only ones that grind
Whoop! Hooray! Let'fl have Borne
Vpudevllle will rest the mind.
Laws and Arts don't know real work,
Dusty books claim all their time
Seo tho muscle that we've grown
Working to tho anvil's chlmo.
Sextant, tranBlt, bellows, forgo.
Pliers, compasB, hammer, shears;
We're tho boys that do real work
We're Nebraska Engineers
Weber Sultorlum. 1100 O St.
A. I. E. E. TO BE ACTIVE.
Professors Again Take Charge of
Organization In University.
Tho Nebraska branch of the A. I
E. E. membership open to junior and
Benlor electrical engineers, was or
ganized by Professor Holllster In the
fall of 1908. Such organizations exist
at many of the technical schools and
universities of this country. As tho
namo indicates, they aro branches of
tho national body of tho American
Instltuto of Electrical Engineers,
which is ono of tho most learned and
truly scientinc societies In existence
During the past semester the Ne
braska branch haB been inactive, due
to tho fact that its management was
left to tho BtudentB, instead of being
supervised by the professors, as was
the custom previous to this time
This is truly a reflection on tho elec
trical engineers, that they have ndt
tho interest necessary to make a suc
cessful record In this work.
However, we aro glad to say that
tho profosBors have again taken active
charge and have planned an excellent
program for the remainder of the
year. Including speakers of consider
able prominence In the electrical pro
fession. The A. I. E. E. goeB on an inspec
tion trip to Borne neighboring city an
nually. This year plans aro undor
way for either an Omaha or Kansas
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possess, then carefully examine the Model 5 L. C.
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More L. C. Smith typewriters used in the dif
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makes combined. The result of carefully testing
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OLEANERS and DYERS e-Jisr
SIG ALPHS FRA1 CHAMPS
Classes to Debate Tonight.
The sophomoro-freshman debate will
take place tonight In U. 106. The
sophomore team Is composed of Z. C.
Thornburg'B Orchestra delights
dancerB with popular hits. Auto B
Dinner Ui30 to Ji30 Cn
Sapper 5i30 te 7t30 UL .
Also Cafeterlan Style
THEY DEFEAT DELTA UPSILON
TEAM IN ONESIDED CON
TEST, SCORE 29 TO 4.
T 1 1 U . FOR SPRING
Bvdd Hats Two f ty
WHY PAY MORE? 1415 O Street
ny fast, consistent team work tho
Sigma Alpha Epsllons overwhelmingly
defoated tho Delta UpBllons last even
ing, 29 to 4, winning tho champion
ship of tho inter-fraternlty series. C.
Meyer and O. Meyer woro the Indi
vidual stars of the game. Tho lineup:
D. U. S. A. E.
Waugh 1. f HawklnB
AndreWB r. f O. Meyer
Young c C. Meyor
Bates r. g Soldel
Andrews 1. g May
Field GoalB RubboII 1, Hawkins 2,
O Meyor 6, C. Meyer 3, Soldel 1.
Free Throws Waugh 2 out of 5,
Hawkins 3 out of 4.
Coach Stlehm vReturns.
Athletic, Coach B. O. Btlohm ro
turned yeBtorday morning from WIb-
coiiBrn, where lie had gone to attend
the funeral of his mothor. Mr. Stlehm
states that there aro no now develop
ments concerning tho 1912 football
schedule, but that something new may
bo announced within the next few
MANY HEAR DR. HOLT.
Rural Life Worker Talks to Girls at
Y. W. C. A.
A largo number of girls heard Dr.
Arthur E. Holt, tho prominent rural
life worker, In the Y. W. C. A. rooms
Wednesday evening. Ho Bpeaks at
convocation today on "Tho Now Pro
vincialism." Dr. Holt reviewed the llfo work of
Obelln and In conclusion related the
needs of our own rural districts.
Reception for Junior Girls.
Tho Black MaBquo reception to
junior girls will bo hold from 3 to 5
o'clock, Saturday, with Miss Muriel
Jones, 1418 L, Btroot. All Junior jdrls
laro cordially lnvltod to attend.
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