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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1913)
THE DAILY NRRRASKAN
Forest Club Annual
Issued in May
Volume V of tho Forest Club Annual
nan gone to prosH and will bo out about
the middle of May This year the num
ber printed had to be increased to 400
because of the increase in (he demand
for copies. Copies of the book are sent
to all of the lending foresters of the
world, including C.ermany, Austria,
Hnglanh, France, Russia, Denmark,
Sweden, Norway, India. Canada and
the Philippines, as well as the leading
men in the forest service and the for
estry schools of this county. The
are also sent to the alumni of the For
est Club in nil parts of the country.
Tho publication 1b supported entirely
by subscription from patrons and club
members and prncticnlly every Nebras
ka forester aids in putting out the book.
The first volume of the annual ap
peared in 1901). and it was the, first stn-
dent publication or its kind. It has
grown in quality and importance and
is now the leading publliation of its
kind. The articles are contributed by
students, alumni and professors, and
as they are original and new work,
dealing with practically everp phase
of forestry, they attract considerable
The production of this year's book is
In the hnnds of W. R. Chnpline, editor;
L. C. Hurtt, associate editor, and W.
R. Rockie, business manager.
THE FOREST RANGER.
The forest ranger's mottoes stand
Create' Protect! Restore'
To help home builders win the land
And bring content on every hand
Now and forevennore.
Seedtime and harvest lie computes,
And from her plenteous store
Summons Dame Nature's attributes,
To make two saplings shoot their
Where one shot heretofore!
He stops the fires that send the floods
Which tear the valley floor
And ruin the farmer's corn and spuds,
So that two cows can chew their cuds
Where one cud heretofore.
Where only sage and cacti grow,
With ditch and reservoir.
Fed from the mount's protected snow,
He sees two drops of water flow
Where none flew heretofore.
And as the fruit of his master hand
And knowledge of forest lore.
Hearing the stockman's glaring brand,
We see a team of horses stand
Where one stood heretofore.
So here's to the ranger's fireside
May his tribe increase galore,
And may ten forest rangers ride
On road, or trail, or steep divide
Where one rode heretofore.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N Btreet.
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Established 1871 UNI JEWELER 1143 O
Hazel Poland is back in school.
J. I.. Linn, medic, 'lfi, is sick at his
home In Omaha.
Frollch's Orchestra, Fhono L-7363.
Yelia Wolcott was called to Cen
tral City by the death of her grand
Nels Rowers, 'lf, has left school to
work on the Nebraska National For
est at HalRey for the rest of the year.
Hagenslck'a Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Robert Inness, '14, was operated on
for appendicitis Tuesday afternoon at
the Methodist Hospital in Omaha.
Shirley McFnrland of Harlan, la.,
was called home on account of the
illness of her brother.
Gertrude Sanborn of Gretnn, is visit
ing friends at the Alpha XI Delta
C. H. Frey, University florist. 1133
A number of forestry students have
formed a tree trimming company, and
have spent their spare hours this win
ter in private work about Lincoln.
Telephone Yule Bros al once.
There will be a make up examina
tion to remove conditions and incom
pletes for students in both sections of
Chemistry B, Saturday, April 20 at 10
A M. HKNTON DALES.
Loeb's Orchestra, Phono L7G20.
Hal Stults, '14, left last week to ac
cept an appointment at Ranger in the
forest service on the Medicine How
National Forest in Wyoming. "Sorty"
passed the examination over a year
ago, and has worked on this forest al
most two years.
Dr. Alldrltt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
Pr Condra and a numher of Uni
versity men connected with the geo
graphical department are preparing a
map of the tornado district in Ne
hraska. When completed it will show
the direction of the eight tornadoes,
the numher of people will were killed
and (lie place, also the numher of
houses destroyed and locality of each
This work Is heing done for the soci
ety for conservation of public welfare
All distribution of relief funds for tor
nado sufferers are based upon this
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