The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 08, 1912, Image 4

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LOSS IN MUSEUM FIRE
GREATER THAN T
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PROFE880R BARBOUR PLACE8
AMOUNT OF DAMAGE TO
8PECIMEN8 AT $10,000.
ProfoBBor Barbour, who is rapidly
pushing tho work of repairing tho
Museum collections Injured by Wed
nesday's lire, hue announcod that tho
damage Is greater than ho at ttrst an
ticipated. Ho now estimates that It
will tako all of $10,000 to covor tho
loss to the specimens alone, whoroas
tho original estimate was between
$5,000 and $0,000.
Three very valuable Bpoclmons woro
practlcully ruined. One of those, tho
skeleton of a prehistoric rhinoceros,
whicn formerly roamed tho tropical
forestB of Nebraska, can probably be
replaced by weokB of searching In the
Bad Lands, although at presont no
known duplicate oxIstB. Tho skull of
a mammoth wild boar which web
damaged cannot bo restored, but for
tunatoly the museum had two of theBo
skulls and the one burned Was tho
Iosb valuable. A $5,000 offer for tho
other was refused on the day It was
discovered. The only other known
specimen of this type Is owned by
Cornell University. In addition to
tho two mentioned, a prehistoric ele
phant's tusk, twelve foet long- and
one of the largest of the few in ox
lstonco, was very badly burned and
cracked by tho heat. All of tho pieces
have been saved and Professor Bar
bour hopes to bo able partially to re
pair the damage.
Although the Iosb was considerable,
It might have been much worso. For
oxample, one case of well drillings,
whl-jh cost $30,000 to produce, waa
not injured In tho slightest degree.
Barbour Has Personal Loss.
That which can not bo replaced,
however, is the great amount of tlmo
which Professor Barbour and his as
sistants have spent In making and
arranging thfcse collections. This has
boon ProfeflBor Barbour's life work.
Ho has spont twonty summers search
ing for these prehistoric relics and
ho has dvotod all -ills spare tlmo In
tho Interim to classifying and arrang
ing his findings. Ho also lost about
$2,000 worth of individual property In
tho Are.
The Museum 1b planning to mount a
grea ubundance of now material
which Is at present Btored in tho base
ments of the various campus build
ings. They havo hitherto boon de
ferred from doing thlB because of a
lack of space, but tho authorities are
now planning to build an extension
on the Museum and thus plenty of
room will be provided for the now
collections.
CON8ERVATIONI8T 18 NEEDED.
Dr. Arthur Holt Pleads for Develop
ment of Outlying Communities.
Dr. Arthur E. Holt of tho Kansas
State Agricultural College spoko at
convocation yesterday morning on
"Tho Now Provincialism."
Ho discussed the conditions of our
rural districts, pleading for the de
velopment of theso outlying communi
ties to their fullest oxtont.
"What our country needs," said Dr.
Holt, "1b tho conservationist, not tho
exploiter."
It waB announced that C. E. Adams,
a noted speaker on the single tax
movement, would address tho stu
dents at convocation next Tuesday.
Ag. Club to Meet.
Tho regular meeting of tho Agricul
tural olub will bo held at 7:30 o'clock,
Saturday evening, In U. 102.
Dr. C. E. Bossoy will apeak on
"Some Needed Improvements In Our
Country Schools.
UA8T OF RIFLE CLUB 8HOOT8.
Nebraska Team Scores 861
Against Kansas.
Points
Tho last of a series of nine Bhoots
by tho Yates Rifle club was held last
Saturday agalnBt KanBas Unlvoralty,
and roBiilted In a total scoro of 861:
E. T. Wohlonborg, 179; O. A. Graham,
173: H. B. Plor. 170; D. G. White,
170; W R nreBher. 169
The week previous, the hlghost
ocnrn nt tho nnrlnn wnn made 874
points This was against tho Collogo
of St. Thomas, which made a total of
813 rolnts. E. T. Wohlorfborg, presi
dent of the club, recently offered a
cup to tho man making tho highest
average In tho competition which Just
closed. It will probably bo presented
to the winner at a banquet of tho club
to be given In tho near future.
FRESHMEN TO ELECfT TUESDAY
McCullough, Fearing Dark Horse, In
creases His Campaign Work.
The freshman election Is to bo hold
at 11:30 o'clock, next Tuesday, In tho
armory. The delay, caused by the
postponement, has served to creato a
groat deal more Interest than had
been before manifested. McCullough,
who has been In the race for tho
presidency for some time, has In
creased his campaign work and Is
taking no chances of a defeat.. The
talk of a dark horse and the proba
bility of one entering the Held 1b be
coming stronger
Mako your datos early with Hagen
Ick's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Visits Alpha Tau House.
Jack MoBher, Colorado, 1912, spent
Thursday at the Alpha Tau Omega
house He stopped off on his way to
the annual conclave of the Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity at Minneapolis.
He was accompanied from piore by
Guy Reed and Louis B. Allen, Jr., who
will represent Nebraska Gamma Theta
chapter at the conclave.
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
Auto L-8605.
Count Luetxow Injured.
Count FranclB Luetzow, who spoke
before tho students of the University
of Nebraska last week, waB painfully
Injured at Minneapolis, Minn., Sunday,
when ho slipped on the icy pavement
and twisted his ankle. He was unable
to keep his engagement to speak 10
tho University of Minnesota students,
us his physician advised him to leavo
immediately for Chicago.
Have Graves print It for you.
North Eleventh St.
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Sophomores Win Debate.
Thn nnnlinmnrA dohntlnfr tAnm wnn
over tho freshman team last evening
by a two to one decision. The sopho
more debaters who won, and who will
oppose the Juniors noxt Tuesday, are
Z. C. Dickenson, Harvey HeBB, and
Raymond Smith. The freshman team
1b composed of D. D. Marcellus, Silas
M. Bryan and Homer G. Howett.
Recall of the Judiciary was tho
question In contest. Tho sophomores
defended tho amrmatlvo side. Pro
fessors Perslnger, Fogg and Maxoy
judged the question.
Weber Sultorium. 1100 O St.
National Secretaries Speak.
Miss Louise Holmqulst and Miss
Caroline B. Dow, both national Y. W.
C. A. secretaries of New York City,
Bpont Thursday with the University
association, Miss Dow speaking on
"The Secretaryship of the Young
Women's Christian Association." MIbb
Dow Is the hoad of tho national train
inn'school of th. Y. W. G. A.
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WHO IS AT THE OLIVER
Tonight Sat. and Sat. Matinee
With-a large company
In "Busy Izzy"
Nu Sigma Nu to Entertain.
This evening Nu Sigma Nu will en
tertain its friends at an informal
dancing party at tho Tomplo. Satur
day Evening the fraternity will hold
its sixth annual banquet at tho Lin
coln hotel. Several out-of-town doe
tors will be in attendance.
Engineers to Hold Smoker.
The engineers will hold a smoker
this evening at the Delta Upfiiloif1
house, Thirteenth and R streets. The
fesVltleB will commence at 8:00
o'clook sharp and all are asked to be
there on time. This affair is opon to
all engineers, whether they are mem
bers of the Engineering society or
not.
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