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own trade and as much as possible of
every other trade. Ho -who builds high
must Tnil.d broad If he would have a
lasting structure. Preparation must be
wide, but development along any spe
cial lino Is necessarily narrow if one
would do the best for his art.
In closing Dean Willlston sa'd Sigma
yLl was not secret In any sense. Its
only aims are to encourage and reward
the work done in deeper scientific re
search. Dean Williston left Friday
morning for Kansas.
NOTES ON THE REGENT MEETING.
The regents recognized the fact that
the registrar's office is becoming over
loaded with work and made provision
for increased help.
As a result of the fire the purchase of
olghteon extinguishers for the build
ings on the city campus, and also on
the farm campus, was ordered.
The order to relocate the brick drive
way will probably destroy the present
athletic grounds, since it seems to bo
Impossible to find exit without cutting
into the field.
An order was made in regard to ex
aminations for advanced standing,
which examinations are to be given
under regulations to be made" by the
The faculty resolution in regard to
the equivalence of drill and physical
training for young mon in the aca
demic college was discussed at consid
erable length by the regents and not
The recommondation from the di
rectors of the professional schools of
mechanic arts, domestic science and ag
riculture, that certificates be given to
those wlio finish these courses, was re
ferred to tho industrial faculty for in
Testlgation. The senate reported to the regents
the conditions fixed with regard to the
annual competition forhe Bryan prize
for the best essay on tfie science of gov
ernment. The conditions recommended
by the senate were approved.
Tho regents recognized the value of
the historical work now being done by
Professor Fling and gave him a short
loave of absence during the latter part
of the present semester, in order that
ho might havo more time for these
studies In southern France.
The successful bidders for the com
pletion of Grant memorial hall are
Oreedon & Linahan of Omaha. They
will begin work as soon as possible in
order that the building may be ready
for occupancy at the opening of the
Homester in September.
Plans were ordered made for, in ad
dition to tho boiler house, an addi
tional smokestack and tho relocation
of the brink driveway. As noon as the
plans are drawn and speculations fur
nished advertisements will be made for
bids, which will bo opened at the April
The finance committee o the board,
with tho help of Secretary Dales, has
been asked to take stops to secure more
exact information from time to time
with regard to tho income from tho In
dustrial college funds In order that
their use may bo still more effectually
Tho financo committee of the rogonts
was directed to make a careful study
of tho salaries and wages account, and
alBO of tno several funds for the sup
port of the departments In order to bo
able to moot the demands whloh will
bo made upon these funds at tho April
meeting of the board.
An order was made requesting Di
rector Davlsson of the school of agri
culture to continue his very efficient
work in calling attention to the school
by viBltlng different parts of the state.
Stops wore also taken to properly call
attention to the advantages of tho
school of mechanic arts.
A request was made for tho univer
sity senate to carefully consider the
question of furiher buildings upon tho
campus, which are most immediately
demanded to supply room for the work
of the departments, and to report at
the April meeting, If possible, and cer
tainly not later than commencement
The regents in a body vlalted the
farm campus, inspecting the buildings.
Tho two new buildings were very thor
oughly examined from basement to at
tic and everything was found to bo in
a satisfactory condition. They had no
hesitation in accepting these buildings,
which wore completed for a little less
than the contract prlco.
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Y. M. C. A. ADDRESSES.
The committee in charge of tho Y.
M. C. A. Sunday meetings has found a
good plan in securing a speaker for a
series of meetings rather than having
a different speaker each Sunday. The
series conducted by Dr. Paine was the
most successful of the kind evor held
in the university. Another series under
the direction of Dr. Hindman of tho
First Presbyterian, church will begin
February 25. During the last few
years Dr. Hindman has shown himself
a friend of the young men in the uni
versity and is known by reputation to
all and intimately to many. He will
prosont themes that are of vital inter
est to studont young men. Dr. Hind
man Is not only a forcible, but an in
teresting speaker, and all young men
should plan to enjoy those addresses.
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