The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 25, 1909, Image 4
MMVtrtfM4MMMMMtifc HIIHi.wHi nIlSWi tHB" DAIEY iNEBRASRAN w II mt 1 & 1, m Get vour Punches, Sherbets, and Ice Cream from COLLINS Special attention given to Student Affairs. Bowls, Spoons and Glass es furnished free. Collins Bros. Ice Cream Co. Seventh and L Streets Bell 428 PHONES Auto 1228 Rush Medical College IN AMMATIOM WITH The University of Chicago Colics work required for Admbalon Full work la the. Summer Quarter Fltit Term June n-July a8 Second Term Jul eg-Sept. 3 Write for full particular! to ih Dean of Medical Course, the. University of Chicago, Bell Phent 482 Alto Phans 1481 COMPLIMENTS OF Nebraska Grocery and Meat Company Fancy and Staple Groceries 1036 P Street Every Orttr GIvm Special AUtflllin 1 UNIVERSITY JEWELER fc OPTICIAN C. A. tucker JEWELER S.S. Shean OPTICIAN 1123 I STREET. YELLOW FRONT Yovr Htrsuftt Solicits CINCINNATI SHOE STORE We are going out of the Retail Business. Every thing leas than cost. . 1220 0 Stnet All Makes of Second' hand Typewriters sold, rented, or exchanged. Underwood Typewriter Co., 714 P St, Rltk PlHK. Quality Counts JSWLTBVfBY "" l FraiMli's let Guam IB 80 POPUIaAB 1 W males specialty of ttdcj crsasos, sfcerbsw, loss wad pane for Frat sad Sorority Parties. Amto 1111 Bell 206 . "'littN Street SCHEDULES ARE OUT exAmiajj$!$ periods .made , public yesterdaV'. t , SOME CHANGES ANNOUNCED Several Classes Changed in Time or Place Arrangements Made for Cadets Whose Camp Conflicts- Wlth-Tests. Schedules for the final examinations of tho second semester were dis tributed yesterday. Tho schedules fol low tho general plan of past examina tion periods the tests beginning Fri day, May 28, and closing Thursday, June 3, with the exception of the col lege of law. In that department the tests begin Wednesday, May 26, and flnlBh Friday, June 4. In general all large classes which could be possibly so arranged are scheduled for Friday of this Week. Among these are Included English lit erature II, English lltorature IV, me chiChlcal engineering II, civil engineer ing VI, chemistry B, chemistry II, rhet oric II, botany II, and homo economics II. Other classes are generally scheduled according to tho hours and days on which they are regularly held. Some Changes. Late yesterday afternoon Registrar Harrison had found It necessary to make only, a few changes in tho an nounced program. Section 10 ofrhdt orjc II will meet In Library hall, 305 at l;15.ErJdayf Instead of In tho chem istry lecture room as scheduled. Sec tion 9 of tho same class will meet in chemistry hall Instead of in the li brary building. rTne examination for second year laws in evidence will be'held at 8:00 a. m.,' next Friday Instead of a week from Friday. Tho examination In property II wjfe-mo 04 tho latter date. Cadets Conflict. According to the published schedule tho only classes having examinations after thei ttfddts leave' for'' camp on Wednesday noon are 5 o'clock classes, 7 p. nit, classes, and 1 p, m. classes. The only conflicts likely to arise are with 1 o'clock classes and these will bo few In "number. When cadets are enrolled In these classes thoy will be allowed to make special arrangements with the Instructor In charge as to special examinations. TRIUMPH QN vXRACK, , ,.., (Continued from Page 1) knocked it off. Hamel then prepared for his final leap while a group of JoyaJ rooters encouraged him to clear tho bar. He was visibly ner vous and keyed to the highest strain his nerves could Btand as he toed the line to make a run for the bar. He moved off slowly with the deepest silence prevailing. As he approached the bar he hurled himself as he had not been able to 'do before that after noon and Just-'lbarely missed the bar making the jump and giving Nebras ka its opportunity to win the meet, for Johnson on his third trial struck the bar and lost out on second place. The Nebraska relay team of George, Reed, Amberson, and Burke easily defeated tho. Jayhawken quartet In the mller.e lay and gave the meet to Nebraska by one point. Good Work By All. The character of tho work of both teams In nearly all the events was bf the sort to keep the Interest of the tho round of the -games." In the 100 'yard dash, the first event pulled off, Kansas , sprung its first surprise of the meet, showing the fast Haddock who was the best sprinter on the trifck. He ran away from both Wild man and Campbell In the dash, reach ing the tape a full eight feet ahead of Wildman'who. won second. The time wasotji0 jJJHaddock's work here madeMt- s.ejjnicertaln that he would mdke the other"r,unners trailers In tho 220 yard, dash." He did, too, When that event wasrun joff he sped away from' Campbell 'ami Wildirian at tho start,- doing the distance In 0:22 1-5, which, la Nebraska' record time. Camp bell followed Haddock to the tapb, Captain McDonald was the feature In tho hurdles. In both the' low and i high sticks he took first place. The high barriers ho took in 0:10. Russell of Nebraska' was second in this race. Johnson, who ran best for Kansas, had a pretty stride but he toppled, over many hurdles and finished five feet In the rear of Campbell. Fast Time In Low 8tlcks. Captain McDonald was pushed to much faster work in tho low sticks by Nowbold of Kansas, who placed himself for Becond honors. For near ly 220 yards tho Nebraska captain and his Kansas rival ran oven. But before tho last two hurdles were taken McDonald was In the lead and by tho finish at tho tape ho was ten feet the winner. His time was 0:26, tho record time he made last season, but which he idwered In tho Minne sota meet to 0:25 4-5. Amberson and George did some fine work for Nebraska In tho half mile run. Tlris ovent was won by Amber son In 2:02 1-5. George started out with a fast burst of speed which he maintained for GOO yards. He then fell back and Amberson, who had been grouped with Badger and Bor gen, the two Kansas, runners, took the lead and Hpcd In the rest of the run soveral yards ahead of Badger, who was given second place. A 81am for Kansas. Kansas secured a slam in the mile run, Cooley being first and Clark, sec ond. Burke in tho 440 yard dash made the distance in 0:51 3-5 seconds. His running in this race was a feature of the day. Haddock and Martindalc were the Kansas runners and Reed was tho second entry for Nebraska. Rted led for over 330 yards. Then Burke, who was grouped with the Kansas runners, pushed out of the bunch, and overtaking Reed, assumed the lead ho maintained- to the finish. Haddock overtook Reed in the last fifty yards and ran even with him for twenty yards, finally getting a small distance ahead and finishing second. Gable smashed a Nebraska record in tho two mile, making it in -10:23. Thompson of Kansas was second, be ing soveral yards behind the Nebras kan. Asbury also ran for Nebraska. Chaloupka Not In It. In the Weight events S. Collins se cured first place In tho hammer throw and discus heave. Ho lost first in the shot put, Wood of Kansa staking this event with a throw of 37 feet, 1 1-2 inches. Collins made but 36 feet, 6 Inched. Chaloupka, who has been do ing good work .with this weight was not allowed to enter and C. Collins was made tho Becond entry for Ne braska. C. Collins has not trained with the CornhuBkers this spring, while Big Bill has and it Is believed the latter would have been able to have hurled the shot tp a greater distance than tho Kansas winner did. Chaloup ka ought to have been good for a place in the discus, too, had he been entered. In the hammer throw, S. Collins made a mark of 149 feet, 11 Inches. He took the discus throw with a fling of 110 feet, 8 1-2 Inches. Wood of Kan sas was second In this event. In the broad jump Kansas made another slam. Smith and Martindale tied for first at 21 feet, 4 Inches. Per ry and Wihlman both tried this jump for Nebraska, but fell below 20 feet. Russel and Johnson, of Kansas tled for first place In the pole vault. Tho Cornhusker was In fine form for this event and probably could have gone oyer tho bar at 11 feet 1 inch, where thoy were tied if ho had been permit ted to tako three more trials. The bar rested at 10 feet, 10 Inches when the two jumpers cleared It. It was raised to 11 feet, 1 Inch, whore they failed. Russel wished to try it again but Kansas would not consent. In the mile relay race George, Reed, Amberson, and Burke, ran for Nebras ka. Nowbold, Hamilton, Bergen, and Martindale essayed to do the trick for tho visitors. The time was remrfrk ably fast, being 3:28 2-5 and the visit ors neyer stood any show otywlnnlng the race. " u 8umm,ary. 100-yard dash First, Haddock, Kan sas: second, Wlldman,, Nebraska. Time, 10 1-5 seconds, v 220-yaVd dash First', Haddock, Kan sas; second, Campbell, Nebraska, Time, 22 1-5 seconds. t 440-yard dash First, Burko,Nebras- ka; second, Haddock, Kansas. Time, 51 35 seconds, K 880-yard runFirst, Amberson, Ne braska; second Badger,-Kansas. Timo, 2:02 1-5 seconds. ' , Mllo runFirst, Cooley, Kansas; second, Clarke, Kansas. Time, 4:35. Two-mile run First, Gnblo, Nebras ka; second, Thompson, Kansas. Time, 10:23. 120 yard hurdle First, McDonald, Nebraska; second, Russell, Nebraska. Tlme,16 seconds. 220-yard hurdle First, McDonald, Nebraska; second, Newbold, KansaB. Timo, 26 secorids. Shot put First, Wood, Kansas; sec ond, Collins, Nebraska. Distance, 37 feet 1 12 Inches. Hammer throw First, Co'Uns Ne braska; second, Meyers, Kansas. Dis tance, 149 feet, 11 inches. High jump First, Sn.lth, Kansas; second, Hume, Nebraska. Height, 5 feet 5 inches. Broad Juniii Martlnd.ilo and Win ter, both Kansas, tie 1 at 21 feet, i inches. Discus First, Collins, Nebraska; second, Wood, Kansas. Distance, 110 feet 8 12 inches. Pole vault Russell of Nebraska and Johnson of Kansas tied at 10 fee: 10 inches. Relay race Won by Nobraski. Time, 3:28 2-5. GRADUATE SCHOOL GET8 GIFT. Large Sums Given to Princeton by Cincinnati Man. It is rumored that a gift of five hun dred thousand dollars has been male to Princeton university by Mr. Wil liam Cooper Proctor, '83, of tho Arm of Proctor & Gamble, of Cincinnati, to carry out plans for the enlargement of tho graduate school. The principal conditions under Which this offer holds are that nn equal amount be raised by May 1, 1910, and that the now group of buildings be not placed within the present grounds of Prospect. Undoubtedly there is a largo meas ure of truth In the rumor. Dean West was unable to make a statement sever al days ago, but others In authority who have been consulted, while un willing tq place upon It tne official stamp of certainty, are still loth to deny It, probably because It wl.l be officially announced after the next meeting of the trustees. WILL GIVE TALK FROM CANOE.- Y. M. C. A. to Have Novel Stunt at the University of Iowa. A new and novel feature will bo instituted at the university of Iowa on next Sunday morning by tho Y. M. C A. About sixty men of the Bible study department will tako canoes and go up the river probably as far as Coralvllle and float down. The plan as outlined by the leaders 1p, that In starting down the bouts will be lashed together and will thus all be within hearing distance of 11 cen tral boat. Reverend Jones has con sented to accompany -the men and to give a talk as the boats float down. This is the first timo In the" history of the university of Iowa 'that anything of the kind has been accomplished. 'In the eaBt it Is a common occurrence for the Y. M. C. A. to hold meetings of this kind on the water and In the south it is often done. At Lake Gene va also, meetings nre held in boats. TO RESTRICT NEW8 GATHERERS. University of Minnesota Wishes to Suppress Scandal. Certain critics about the University of Minnesota seem to be anxious to have a censor, appointed for university news. E. B, Johnson, editor of the Alumni Weekly, Is, reported as saying: "In my mind there, is need for such an ofllcer at the university to prevent sensational accounts of events at the Institution appearing In the daily pa pers. As it is, we cannot prevent stu dent reporters from writing whatever they may see. v "I would be willing to take the posi tion, provided it should be consid ered necessary to appoint a censor, and. would then personally look up news items and furnish them to tho dally papers. I will have time next yearUhat I could devote to that work," T Outing Suits that beat any values yet offered 7.50 to 18 You Want to see these suits ;Spappy and Fussy 925"QStJklieo!r.Neli Hot Drinks are now In season Do you know any place where you can get at ..Quick Service.. as you can at our new store? No need oi being crowded. Lincoln Cand v 1 lMtCilCn S.W. Corner STUDENTS .$3 to $10 PER DAY. During vacation and odd hours. Business easy, honorable, profitable. Goods, highly meritorious, endorsed by U. S. Government. Wrltd for full par ticulars. Shlpman Agents Supply Dept.,. Lewis Block, Buffalo., N. Y. CEHTIUIL NAtlOML BANK 12th and O Streets P. L. HALL, PrC4dMt F. K. 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