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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1913)
THE DAILY If IBRAS
NEW FACULTY MEMBERS
Prof. Wycr Becomes Librarian, Com
ing From Lowa (State
MISS G1UHAM MOTHERS CO-EDS
Several Men Take Fatal Step and
Join Ranks of Benedicts.
Among tho positions on the faculty
several changes have been made since
I he end of last school year. Tho posi
tion of Librarian, which was filled by
Dr. Jewett until the time of his death
last sprint?, has been taken over by
Prof. Malcolm Q. Wyer. Professor
Wyer comes from the Iowa State Uni
versity, where ho held tho office of
head Librarian, holds A. M. and A. B.
degrees from tho University of Minne
sota, and is a graduate of tho New
York State Library School.
Professor Engberg, heretofore chair-
AT LAST; NEARS COMPLETION
Law Building Lacks Few Minor De
tails of Being Ready For Classes
imuruf'tliu dulhuiuonl committee, has
been granted a now titlein that of
Executive Dean. Professor Upson will
take the position formerly hold by Pro
fessor Allway in the agricultural chem
istry department, the latter having left
for the University of Minnesota. In
the forestry department Professor
Duppert is succeeded by Professor
Childs. Instructor Lofschotz, having
accepted an offer in tho mathematical
department of tho University of Kan
sas, his place will be filled by In
Two important positions in the wo
men's departments have been changed.
Miss Bessie L. Park, coming from
Courtland, N. Y., will succeed to the
place of Miss Anna Day In tho women's
physical education department. MIsb
Park was last year acting director of
tho women's physical education de
partment at tho University of Texas.
Miss Alice B. Ensign, who was re
cently married and is now living in
Chicago, 1b followed this year by Miss
Mary K. Graham. Miss Graham is a
graduate of Nebraska, and after taking
her degree In '09 taught In the chemls
tery department for two years as the
private assistant of Chancellor Avery,
who was then in the chemistry depart
ment. Since that time she has been
teaching chemistry In tho high Bchool
of her homo town of Dayton, Ohio.
A very noticeable number of mar
riages have occurred in tho faculty
during tho summer respite. Coach
Stlehm was married shortly after tho
end of the school year to Miss Marie
Douglas of Plattsmouth, who formerly
attended Nebraska for two years.
Likewise Dewey Harmon, of recent
football fame and now assistant foot
ball coach, recently entered the state
of conublal bliss. Assistant Registrar
Vancil K. Greer was married to Miss
Hetta Carroll of Taloga, Okla. Pro
fessor Hoffman of the Engineering
school also recently became the center
Tho new law building is the contor
of very activo labor In preparation for
its occupancy by tho Laws. Globes aro
being fitted over the lights, iron book
shelves aro being set against tho walls
of the library on tho third floor, and
scats and desks of hardwood and Iron
structure aro being fastoned to tho
floors of tho lecturo rooms. As soon
aa tho fixtures are placed the building
will bo complete.
A few small alterations have been
made in the older campus buildings.
Now stairs have been placed in tho
east end of the gymnasium leading to
tho gallery. In the office of tho elocu
tion department a potltion has divided
the large room into two sections. Tho
third floor of University building, for
merly occupied by tho law department,
will now contain tho geography and
geological departments. Tho medical
school has been entirely moved to
1013 REGISTRATION ON.
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mitten on Anslgnmont to classes in
4. Bo present at tho Registrar's Of
fice Administration Hall 103,promptly
at tho hour named on registration
If a student does not socure a regis
tration ticket by 6 p m., Friday, Sep
tember li, or falls to present him
self In readiness at tho hour assigned
on his ticket he may be compelled to
register the wook following tho regu
lar registration days, thereby Incur
ring the penalty of paying tho late reg
istration fee of $3.00.
Graduate students and city teachers
may register during tho week follow
ing tho regular registration days.
To avoid confusion and delay have
applications prepared and approved and
everything In readiness In advance of
your hour of registration. Wo count
on your aid.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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is the official newspaper of the State University and is pub
lished by the students.
This year promises to be an especially bright one for The
Nebraskan and the business and editorial management
promise a better and possibly a larger paper than in previous
The subscription price of the paper will be the same as in
former years, one dollar a semester, payable in advance.
For the benefit of the students who wish to become sub
scribers to the Daily Nebraskan, circulation men will be sta
tioned at desks in prominent places about the buildings and
campus, to take subscriptions.
The Daily Nebraskan is published every day except Sun
day and Monday and is distributed to its subscribers from the
post office situated in the east wing of the University Hall.
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traveling in Japan. When tho letter
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He aaid that ho was enjoying Japan
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months In the Philippines, returning
to Lincoln In December.
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