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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1904)
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FURNITURE Rudge &. Guenzel, A. M.
GROCERS Kei stone
HARDWARE. Hall, Rudge & Guenzel.
HOTELS LindeU. Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutua:.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallet, Wolfe.
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POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
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SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
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SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS -Rod
TAILORS Unland. Bumstead.
New Cadet Appointments.
Yesterday evening at chill the ap
pointments of commissioned officers to
companies B and E were road, con
firming exactly the statements made in
yesterday's Nebraskan. The oor
was as follows:
Special orders No. 13:
The following promotions are here
by made In the battalion, to take ef
fect this date:
Captain L. P. Hewitt to be cadet
First Lieutenant B. G. Lewis to be
cadet captain, and assigned to com
Second I icutenant 0. A. Mather to
be first lieutenant and assigned to com
The aboe cadet " officers will be
obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order of Captain Chaae.
It will be seen that no provision is
made in the aboe order for the trans
fer of Lieutenant Beers to company B
to till the place made vacant by Cap
tain Lewis. 1 ieutenant Beers, how
ever, drilled with company B last
night and will continue to do so. He
is an old company B man. being trans
t'eirod Into company D only last fall,
and will have no difficulty in fitting
Into his new position.
Unlveisal regret was expressed by
university neonle In General over the
dissolution of company D jesterday.
Ever since its founding tho organiza
tion lias held the reputation of being
one of the best drilled companies in
the battalion, and has held the Omaha
( ui for the two past years.
Captain Chase expressed much re
grit yesterday at being forced to di
vide company D. in an interview with
a Nebraskan reporter. He spoke of
tho brilliant record of the company in
past j oars, and declared that its loss
wan a serious obstacle, to the general
elite iency of the battalion. The meas
ure was unavoidable and necessary,
however, in spite of its weakening ef-
Tho organization of company D will
be continued this semester in com
pany E. Company D will be revived
next fall, and her officers chosen from
E's officers this year.
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Two notices from the physical cul
tuie department of the St. Louis Expo
sition hae been sent out, announc
ing the Olympic handicap meet and the
Olympic college championship contest,
both to be held in the stadium at the?
Exposition this summer. The Olympi.7
meet will occur Saturday. May 21. 1904.
The following handicap events are
open to amateur athletes of the world
registered with A. n. U. and Y. M. C.
A.:' 100. 220, 4 10, nnd 880-yard dashes;
two-mile run; 120 and 220 hurdles;
polo-vault; running high jump and
running broad jiimn; throwing 5f
pound weight; 15-pound hammer; put
ting Hi-pound shot, and throwing dis
cus. Gold, silver and bronze medals
will be awarded to the winners of the
fhst. second nnd third places, respeo
tivniv in pari! event. Entrance fees of
fifty cents will be charged, fees to ac
company all entries. Right is reserved
to reject any entry. Entries for this
meet will close May 1. 1904.
The contest for the college, gymna
sium championships will be held
Thursday and Friday, May 12th and
13th. The following events are open
for college men of the world: Parallel
bars, horizontal bars, flying rings,
tumbling, side-horse, and club-swinging:
also a contest for the all-around
college gymnasium championsnip- a
gold medal emblematic of the Olympic
college championship eontest will be
awarded to tho winner in each event,
a silver medal to the second, and a
bronze medal to the third. A separate
set of championship medals will be
given for the all-round college cham
pionships. An entrance fee or que dol
lar will be charged In each event, and
one dollar entrance fee for tho all
iojnd championship contest. Entries
will dose April 25. 1904. All applica
tions should he addressed to James E.
Sullivan, chief of the department of
physical culture, Universal Exposition,
St. Louis, Mo.
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Effective December Gth, train
No. 208 will leave Lincoln, at
8:85 a. in. and run through with
out chango to Auburn Via Dun
bar, Broclc and Talmage, with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 212 will leave at 9:55 p, m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleeper to Kansas City.
City Offlco, 3. W. Cor. 12th O.
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