The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, February 14, 1895, Page 13, Image 21
THB NBBRA&KA.N 18 FIELD DAY PROGRAM. Field Day will bo mado one o unusunl interest this year on account o the medals which will bo offered. One, a gold medal, is in the possession of! the Athletic association at present and will bo presented to the best all around athlete. This will be decided by points, a minimum and maximum boing arranged in each event nd the numbor of points scored being determined pro portionally. There will probably be medals for each event also. The Field day will be celebrated sometime in May and some arrangement will be made to enable those who wish to enter to train in the Armory. The follow ing program has been arranged: 1. Mile bicycle race. 2. Foot ball punt. 8. 100 yards dash. 4. 220 yards dash. 5. 440 yardB dash. 6. 880 yards dash. ... 7. Mile run. 'fc:g 8. Class or orgauization'relay race; 9. 120 yard hurdle race. 10. Standing broad jump. 11. Runniug broad jump. 12. Running high jump. 13. Standing high jump. 14. Pole vault, height. 15. Sixteen pound hammer throw. 10. Sixteen pound Bhot put. 17. Base ball throw. Besides this there will be a wrestling and boxing exhibition hold in the armory, probably on the 28d of March. There will bo throe classes for each, heavy weight, middle weight and light weight. The first will include all over 158 pounds, the second all between 133 and 158 pounds, and the third all under 183. The sparring shall be for points. The wrestling shall bo catch-as-catch-can and three points shall be necessary for a down. Both evouts will be contested in pairs, the winners' to contest with each other. Medals will prob ably be obtained for those events. E. O. Page, ) J. P. Cameron, V Committee. W. H. Haywahd. ) SIDE TALKS WITH GIRLS. (WITH APOLOQIE3 TO llUfll ASHMOIIE.) I am glad to help tho boys, too, when thoy writo, but these columns are intended for the girls. Rush A. E. P. In leaving a reoitation room, in going up stairs as down, a woll bred young lady precedes a gentleman never waits for him. A. M. and R No, spoon holders are no longer used but if one should be fancied tho one you are using now would do very nicely. H. M. When a gentleman is whore a lady is put ting on her oloak he should offer to help her assume it, but he need not be more than hour in so doing, un the sleeves are very large. Simplicity. It is very bad taste to call a woman Mrs. Dr. Smith. It would be quite as suitable to say Mrs. Salesman Jones or Mrs. Broker Bones, though I don't doubt she did. S. A. E. 1. It is very improper for a man to smoke in the presence of a woman and certainly dj gentle man will do this when walking on the street with a woman, even if he is engaged or married to her. J;' V. Z. (1) My dear girl, do not grieve over the fact that you blush easily. It is a charm peouliar to youth and one that is very fascinating. (2) Judging from tho sample you sent, his eyes must bo brown. E. EL. I caunot recommend any hair dye or face bleach unless it be " Howard's Face Bleach." In offer ing his arm a gentleman simply says, ""Will you not take my arm?" But it is not necessary to take it off. O. E. and others. My dear girls I feol safe in tell ing you that any well conducted young lady may safely go about the university unattended at most hours oE the day. N. A "chap"oron is N never a man. Anxiety. If a strauger slams the library door in your face it is sufficient for you to bov and say "thank you;" if the offender be a friend a simple nod is enough, but one cannot be too particular on ch oc casions. Flo. F. "While it would not be in good taste to re fuse him on account of his height, especially one of such military rank, yet it would be quite impracticable to dance with stilts on. Better avoid him, if possible, throughout the evening. Anxious Junior Aftor Senior "Scrap." I should advise cold cream, to be obtained at any drug house. No, even if your tie was red, the maiden had no right to snatch it and out it up; it was very ill-brad; how over, I should overlook it. TO LIEUT. niNDS. Don't go off mad, as you did last year, And leave Company "B" away in the rear. II - I . pr'. Or'