The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 21, 1912, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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COMPET DATE CHANGED
May 3l8t Set for the Annual Content
In Deference to Old
8oldiers.
The date for the annual "compef
of the University cadet regiment was
officially announced last night as May
31. Owing to the objection of the old
soldicrB the military department
changed their original plan of holding
thiB event on the afternoon of Decora
tlon Day.
As UBiial, the "compel" will he held
on the athletic rield The first call
will be at 1 (to p m , and the whole
afternoon will be taken up. so that
each company will have plenty of tune
to show what it can do. The indi
vidual compet will be held immediate
ly following the company drill
After this event there will be only
one more night of drill this yeai that
being a dress parade. ( apt Halsey K
YateB will then give a talk, the cadets
will turn in equipment and drill will
be ended for the year
SATURDAY'S NEBRASKAN
Contained Special Information for
Prospective University
Students.
Saturday's issue of the Daily N'e
braskan atti acted a great deal ol at
tention from the high school visitors
Special pains wore taKen witli the
arious write ups that they might be
of special interest to the isitors The
two articles, 'The Claims of Nebraska
as a School" and ' The Sewn ( alleges
of Nebraska," were written b Ralph
Doud, a freshman in the law school
at the request of High School In
speetor Heed
Other "storioB" which caused com
ment were the write-ups of "Athletics,"
"The Coeds' Actiities," and the edi
torlals.
.Many of the high school students
called at the "Rag" olllce for copies
of the paper The issue was also sent
to all the high Bchools In the state
which are on the exchange list
OMAHA AGAIN VICTORIOUS
Gate City Team Wins Highest Honors
In the Annual Fete Day
Meet.
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MAGF.E & DEEMER
hurdles, N'asan, K M A ; one mile
run, (Jraf. Tecumseh, 1 to ard run,
Millard Omaha, SX(i ard run, HugK
Lincoln, half mile relay, Omaha,
hammer thiow, .Met arth, Hastings,
discus, O'Hiien, K M. A ; pole ault
Reus, Kails City, and Rector, Omaha;
shot put, Nigro, K. M A.; high jump.
Wright, Auburn; broad jump, Rector.
Omaha
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For the fourth consecuthe year
Omaha High School captured the
honors at the inter-scholastic meet on
Nebraska Held Millard and Rector
proved to be the individual stars for
Omaha, the former equaling the record
on the hundred yard dash of In l-.'i,
the latter, with Revis of FuIIb ( it y,
having broken the pole ault record
by nearly a foot.
Kearney Military Academy ran a
close second all through the meet,
placing in nearly ejvery omuu Their
team was perhaps the best propor
tioned of any. The llnal scores were
Omaha If), K. M. A 31, Lincoln lit,
Auburn 12, Hastings It, Tecumseh !t,
York 7, Nebraska Military Academy 7,
Falls City 4, Pawnee City I North
Platte 2, Heaver Crossing 2, ( lay ( en
tei 1, Heatrlce 1.
Following are the names ot the win
ners of the eentB and their schools
100 yard dash, Millard, Omaha, 120
yard hurdles, Rector, Omaha, 22()
yard dash, Millard, Omaha, 22u anl
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