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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1913)
THE DAILY UBRASKAN
MANY ADDITIONS MADE
TO UNIVERSITY FACULTY
More Appolntmonta Are Made Than
for any Year Previou, Due
Ah n n'Hiilt of tho growth of tho
UniviHl(y morn nppolntmontH hnve
been inndo for tlilg year than In any
year previous Tho following arc the
addltloim to the faculty for thin year:
K. K Copenian, asslHtant In mechani
cal engineering; K. II. Varna, analst-
nnt In mechanical engineering; S. D.
Ivamphero. toolkeeper In mechanical
engineering; Hazel Mellck, ntenograg
pher in mechanical engineering; It. W.
EHIh, aBHlHtant In muaoum; Beanie L.
Park, iiiBtnictor in phyHlcal education;
Heater M IliiHk, Inatructor In agri
culture botany, R R. I3rackett, InBtruc
tor In agriculture engineering; Maud
Wilaon, inatructor In home economlcB;
JoBale (Jreene, Inatructor In home eco
nonilcH; RiiHaell JeiiHen, InBtructor In
phyBlc'H, Q Tool, inatructQr in phy--eiefl-:
Prawn Dunham, liiHtl'llL'tOT III"
teaching of Herman (TeacheiH College
High School). Rllzabeth II. (Jrennan,
Inatructor in mathematical W .B. Sadi-
lek, inatructor In teaching of German
(TeacheiH College High School); I.
F. Garey, assistant In physical aclonce;
R. B VIl.e aasiHtant in phyalca; W.
L. Cheney, asiatant In phyaica; Wil
liam NeuawanKer, aaalatunt in phyalcs;
C. Is Hem, assistant in Chancellor a
olllce. George H. Brother, assistant
in agriculture chemistry; Kllle Myers,
laboratory assistant in animal pathol
ogy; A c Whltford, assistant In geol
ogy and mu'-Muin, Cecelia M Stenuer,
aBsiatant in romance languages. Fred
R. Hanl', .iistant in romance lan
guages. II K Vaaey, assistant in agri
culture iioianv , Carrie M I'reston, as
aiBtant in farm departments; A R.
Anderson, ar-siatant in agriculture ex
tenalon. Iluldah Peterson, assistant in
ngriculture Menaion; R. R Rwing, aa
slatant in horticulture; C. K. Morse,
aBBiatant in educational theory and
practice, C Helm, aaslatant In ex
perimental agronomy; Rarl S Bishop,
aBsiatant chemist to agriculture ex
periment station; R. L. Goldsmith, as
sistant to superintendent of construc
tion; O R Martin, aaslatant professor
of accounting and business adminis
tration h Hazel Wilaon, library assist
ant; Fern Forman, library aaslatant;
R. D. Comstock, dairyman in dairy
husbandly. Henry Blumberg, instruc
tor In Miath.-maties; Neal T Childs,
200 Doz. Lisle Hose
7 C PAIR
6 Pair for 45c
See our windows
1132 0 Street
adjunct profeaaor of forestry; George
W. Hood, aaBoelate professor of hor
ticulture; H. W. Upson, profeaaor of
agriculture chemlBtry; L. V. Beaulieu,
profeaaor of law; S Louise Vlnlng, su
pervlaor of woman'a dormitory; R. F.
Glider, archaeologlBt to Btate museum;
H. B. Carpenter, adjunct professor In
animal hiiBbandry; R. G. Woodward,
adjunct professor In dairy husbandry;
Malcolm G. Wyer, librarian; P. K.
Romer, scholar In Greek, history, and
literature; George A. Collett, scholar
In zoology; Paul B. Soara, Bcholar In
botany; Rdna R .Miller, fellow In chem
latry; Rdna R. Llndley, acholar In
(Jreey, hlatory, and literature; Francis
Thurber, acholar in chemlatry; Ethel
Is Howie, fellow In European history;
J. R. Smith, fellow In philosophy;
I,enoro Muhleis, fellow In Germanic
languages; Mary R. Atkins, follow In
Rngllsh and literature; Blanch Lyman,
fellow In American history; Lucretla
F. Whitehead, fellow In Germanic lan
guages; Mayme Dworak, fellow In bot
any; Bertha Kramer, fellow In holajiy;-
Jesale Lee, fellow in botany; Rachel
Holmes, fellow in botany; H. W Mark
ward, scholar In botany; R. W. Nelson,
scholar in botany; Hazel Burdick, ste
nographer in agriculture engineering;
Marie Hart wig, stenographer in agri
culture extenalon; Gertrude Taylor,
stenographer in agriculture extension;
Edith L. Burdick, stenographer in farm
oflices; Rdith L. Johnson, atenographer
in farm oflices; Rdna M Beaty, ste
nographer in farm offices, Mertie Wat
son, stenographer in farm oflices; Lil
lian Biel, bulletin clerk at University
Farm; Charles B Rice, storekeeper
In chemistry, Ethel Beaty, clerk in
agiiculture botanv . D T. Lane, clerk
in agriculture extension; L C.Stevens,
clerk in agriculture extenalon; T. H.
Burdorf. storekeeper in agriculture en
gineering. The following have received appoint
ment out of town-
The CurtlHH Agriculture School E I
P Hodapp, instructor in science; E. R.
Gross, Instructor In farm mechanics;
G. H Ward, engineer, W S. Merrill,
foreman; Ellen A. Anheuser, instruc
tor in German and mathematics; Anne
J Beams, inatructor in English and
mathematics; Frankie Schneider, sec
retary of Curtis Agriculture School.
Omaha Medical College Oscar T.
Schultz, professor of pathology and
bacteriology; Aldis J. Johnson, instruc
tor In pathology and bacteriology; Mar
garet F Qulnlan, stenographer and
STOCK JUDGING TEAM LEAVES
FOR KANSAS CITY SATURDAY
Will Take Part in the Royal Stock
Saturday the Agricultural College
will send its stock judging team to
the Royal Stock Show, which will start
Monday, October t.
Tho number of men trying out for
this team has been larger than ever
before. The competition Is keen and
close. It looks as though we will have
aB good a team as last year. The team
last year won first place.
The swimming proposition tor co
eds has evaporated. The only hours
that the Y. M. C. A. pool can be ob
tained are from 7 to 11 a. in. Mias
Gittings baa stated that It is very
doubtful If they will accept these hours
as few girls could take advantage of
Loeb's OrcheBtra, L-9896 or B-1392.
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
Please have as nearly the correct change as you can.
Please do not bring bills to change, it is an incon
venience to those who are behind you.
Please do not handle such articles as bread, rolls
and fruit. Some one else will probably have to eat what
you have needlessly handled.
If you are very busy you can get your lunch much
more quickly after 1 2:30.
THE CAFETERIA In The Temple
Decorate Your Rooms
University School of Music
Offers the highest class of instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -:- Eleventh and R Streets
Special Afternoon and Evening Classes
IN ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS
at hours to suit University students. We enroll many
University students each year. You are invited to
visit the school and get particulars.
NEBRASKA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The Business School Training School
with the University Atmosphere
Cor. 14th and 0 Sts. :: ::
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room I
Cafeteria Plan I
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P I
3 STORKS o s M store
(Jr I till
lfiih ..wi r t.
27th and Randolph
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