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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
BUILDING NEAR COMPLETION
Department of Plant Industry Gets
New Quarters Soon Work Tests
Far Above Contract Grade.
AMPLE ROOM FOR ALL BRANCHES
'I he Plant Industry building at the
State Fnrm is being completed. The
final coat ot plaster Ih being put on,
HALLER SPEAKS CONVOCATION
Board of Regents Will Adjourn at 10
to Attend Lecture on "Europe"
BUDGET FOR 1913 WAS DISCUSSED
The convocation UiIb morning will
be addroBHcd by Hegent F S Haller,
who in on the campiiH for the meeting
and they are cleaning and grading ! of the regents today Mr Haller spent
around the building IndicatlonH are I the greater part of last Hummer In Eu
thal the building will be occupied dur rope, and his talk to the students will
ing the first pait of next HcineHter be on Home phases of European life
The building was designed in Supt He Iiiih been much interested In Hub
(' K Chowln's otlice by E E Ander- Meets of this nature and his addresH
son, 1SJ05 John Kippe, Neb, 11)12, is , will undoubtedly be well worth hear
liiHi)ector of the building It Ih a white Ing
structure M! bv 110 leet The material, Contention will be attended by the
iiHt'tl in the (onstructlon Is Bedford . regents In a body, who are meeting to-
linieHtone, and it Is said to be one or uy i e ouugei ior uie coining yeui
the best pieces ol bilck work In the i will be coiiHldered up till 10 o'clock,,
HtlUt, when an adjournment will be made till .
A Kahn tlooi test lias been made In afternoon. The session will probably,
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nne nt the lecture looms, the floor continue nuo uie evening, an uiu i uc
ommendatlons to the coining legisla
ture must be made up.
being subjected to a lead of 200
pounds to the square foot, with a max
imum deflection ot one-half Inch
While the contract allows for a de
fle Hon of one Inch
The Horticultural Depaitment will
occupy the first flooi and part ol the
basement, the Mllltan Department uh j K,,lor of th(. pally Nebraska!!
Ing the iemaindei ol the basement ( near Sir An article appeared m the
The Agionorm Depar tnient will use Sunday .Journal in regard to The Farm
the second floor in conjunction wlth'Housu aI1 on;unization composed of
the Entomolog Department 'l'lo j agricultural men of the University
third floor will be devoted to Agrl , S()m( (iim, aKO a rtMortr was advised
by W () Jones, managing editor of the
ltegent Copeland, who was most i"-, journal, to visit 'IJhe Farm House and
fluentlal irr furthering the building. gLt information for a writeup on the
organization The reporter was given
the Information, but rro such state
merits as appeared in the article con
has inspected it, and expressed him
self as being very well pleased with
the woiji -J It W
FORMER STUDENT ON STAGE
J. Homer Hunt, ex-'06, With Louis
Mann in ' Elevating a Husband,"
Here Wednesday Night.
l'oi the first time in Lincoln as a
professional player, Mr J. Homer Hunt
will gie an opportunity to hip hoBt of
friends in this city to soo him, when
he appears here at the Oliver Wed
nesday night with Mr. Louis Mann In
'hkwiting a Husband"
J Homer Hunt is a Nebraska pro
duct After graduating from the Lin
coln High School In the class of 1902
he became a member of the class of
U(j of the Nebraska University, and
while at the University was an Im
portant and talented member of the
University Dramatic Club. Ah a mem
ber of the Dramatic Club he made for
himself some little reputation as an
actor, and ho marked indeed became
his talent that ho left the univernlty
during his junior year, going to New
York and enrolling m a student with
the American Academy of Dramatic
Arte at the Empire Theatre.
On his gruduatlon from tho Acad
emy he became a member of William
H. Crane's company. His success was
immediate and subsequent engage
ments followed In the support of such
stars as Mrs. Patrick Campbell, G. P.
Huntley, the English cemedlan, and
Hattie Williams. He is now a most
valued member of Mr. Mann's support
During his stay in Lincoln former
classmates and friends have planned
numerous entertainments for him.
cerning the fraternities of the Unlver-,
slty were mado to the reporter, nor are
such statements the Bentiment of the I
members of The Farm House I
Trusting that tho members of the
student body will appreciate the dell-,
cato position in which this has placed
ub, we beg to remain, '
THE FARM HOUSE I
SGHEDULE IS MADE UP
(Continued from Page 1 )
also rumored that Nebraska would
have a good baseball schedule next
year, but nothing definite has devel
oped: Jan. 23 Game enroute to Minnesota.
Jan. 24 Minnesota nt Minnesota.
Jan. 25 Minnesota at Minnesota.
Jan. 31 Drako at Lincoln.
Feb. 1 Drake at Lincoln.
Feb. 14 Kansas Aggies at Lincoln.
Feb. 19. Ames at Ames.
Feb. 20 Ames at Ames.
Feb. 21 Drake at De Moines
Feb. 22 Drake at Des Moines.
Feb. 28 Ames at Lincoln.
March 1 Ames at Lincoln. C. L. Y.
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