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THE DAILY N E'B R A S K A N
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May 10th, Mothers' J)ay
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NEBRASKA ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES MEETS FRIDAY
Tho meotlng of tho Nebraska Acad
oiny of Sciences will bo hold In tho Mo
chanlcal Engineering building on Fri
day. Tho Academy is composed of
llvo sections: Diology and Modicine,
Ethnology- and Folk Lore, Earth Sci
ences, Physical and Exact Sciences,
and Engineering. Tho meetlnga will
aftornoon, In tho Mechanical Engineer
ing 'building. Notices will bo poBtcd
In the corridors indicating the various
sectional meeting places. Saturday,
May 9th, will bo given over to an In
spectlqn trip. On this trip tho mem
bers will vlBit the neighborhood of
Fremont, Nebraska, where many im
portant historical, geological, and on
glnoorlng points of interest may be
studlod. The roturn from this trip
will be sufficiently early that those at
tending may bo in time for the En
Tho Friduy morning Meeting" Will"
be general but of especial interest to
Engineers. At this meeting an im
portant engineering paper Is to be dis
cussed. Mr. Hurd of tho firm of Hurd,
Qerber & Wettllng of this city, will
present a paper on tho subjoct, "Muni
cipal Economics with Reference to
Utilities." This is a topic that Is un
usually interesting to tho people of
tho state. Wo havo a promise from
Mr. Arnold, tho toastmaster for tho
banquet Saturday evening, that he will
bo hero for the academy meetings and
will be pleased to take part In the dis
cussions. In tho afternoon the sec
tions will have separate meetings.
its meeting In room 206. Tho program
"Control of Our Great Rivers and How
Effocted" Mr. J. H. Maher, Fre
"The Utilization of Alleys in City
Planning" Professor J. N. Bridg
man. "Methods of Water Softening, Especi
ally tho Permuflt Process" Pro
fessor Benton DaleB.
"Recent Developments in Laundry
Processes" Mr. O. J. Fee.
"Disinfection of Water Supplies"
Dr. H. H. Waite.
Friday ovenlng tho Engineering sec
tion will bo given an Illustrated lec
ture by 'Professor Jensen on "Radio
activity, Some Fundamental Prjn-
CROOK, '97, SEND8 REGRETS.
Chairman Engineers Banquet,
Unlvorslty of Nebraska,
I am in receipt of your Invitation
to attend tho banquet of tho Engineer
ing Society on May 9th. It is with
;eup ' rogret that I am forced to ad-
iso you that It will bo impossible for
mo to bo present on that date.
Whon I look over tho list of proml-
mf engineers who aro to make ad
dress at this banquet it Is more than
zavomiiat i am Tomindod'that it is tho
engineers o four Alma Mater who to
day aro doing many of tho big things
of this country and that tho Engineer
ing School of tho University of Ne
braska is fast taking her rightful
place among tho leading engineering
I oxtond my greetings to tho En
gineering School of tho Unlvorslty of
Nebraska, to tho Engineering Society,
to my old friends and acquaintances
of the Alumni and I oxtond my best
wishes to tho young engineers who are
now preparing for a place in the de
velopment of the industries of the
world, in comparison with which, all
past development will shrink into In
Z. E. CROOK,
XL of N., '97-'99,
In splto of tho fact that tho Engln
oors havo tho roputation of being
quiet mon, tho combined societies of
Tho Geographical Surgeons Boiler
Plato Disciples, Eccentric Agricultur
alists, and Knights of Light and
Power will make somo nolso during
tho coming week. Theso mon who
aro accustomod-to- think, -only-of dyna
mite, stool, and concroto will throw
their logarithmic tables, and slide
rules on tho shelf and for a brief
period partake of tho unadulterated
Joys of Engineer's week. Tuosday,
May G, at 11 o'clock tho Engineer's
special convocation was held in
Memorial Hall. Mr. J. W. Stannard,
Industrial Engineer talked on scion
tlflo managoment. Wednesday, all
good engineers will loyally colobrato
Ivy Day. Thursday evening, tho grand
rally and smoker .wil lbo pulled off In
Brownell Hall. Friday night is TDn-
ginoer's night. At this time tho En
gineering laboratories will bo open to
THo' mat mid Eruatc'Bl uveal uT-tho-
week will bo tho mammoth banquet
at the Lindoll Hotel, Saturday, Mlay
9, at G':00 o'clock.
The toast list contains tho names
of many prominent engineers who
have been Nebraska men:
Mr. Blon J. Arnold (1897), Toast-
O. V. P. Stout (1888), Dean of En
Glen A. Walker (1914), President of
Wm. J. Provaznik (1910), City En
gineer's Office, Omaha.
Ed. J. "Robinson (1884), Engineer of
Valuation, CV B. & Q.( Chicago.
gineer, N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R., Cleve
B. C. Yates (1892), Asst. Chief En
gineer, Homestake Mining Co.
H. E. Reagan (1897), President U.
S. Equipment Co., Chicago.
Goo. Campen, President of Omaha
CbL Co., Omaha.
Llout. Col. Horbort Deakyne, Eng.
Corps, U. S. Army.
Past Present Future
Old Noah was first, of an Infinite host
Of Engineers, famous and wise;
He made an ark, which ho used for a
When Uio raln cjime'downfrom the
But after fatigue in the wet and the
Old Noah got drunk, which ho
wouldn't have done,
If he'd trained at the U. of N.
Then the Jews had a fight at the foot
And young Joshua commanded the sun
to stand still.
Stand still it did, and the red blood
And the enemy beat to the rear.
Then the wise ones said, with a nod
of the head,
"That Josh is some Engineer."
By building the Appian Way.
That was good Engineering, for there's
no doubt or fearing
But what it was put thoro to stay.
This Way, neat and waxy, was built
by one Maxoy,
Doc says, "It was built in a day."
Now our enemies say, in an unfriendly
That we're married, malicious, or
But we're hero for the work that the
public must wage,
And our names are a shining on his
So in the great future when wo an
swer the Call,
I hope we'll still bo, Good Engineers
-all. , . .
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He didn't pump it full enough
Though all the air is free:
He left it soft and spongy like,
And scooted on with glee.
He skidded and he gridded
And when it burst he cursed and cursed
And blamed it on the tire.
until he took it to
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