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I1A8KET UALIi lK-'97.
Continued from Inst week.)
HULK II. THIS GAME.
Section 1, A Ronl mudo from tho Hold
shall count two points n itonl from n foul
on the Imll shnll count ns ono point; n koiiI
mado from n foul on n mnn shall count
as ono point. Sec. XI., (20.)
Sec. 2. Tho roforco shnll put tho bnll
In pl.iy by IohsIiik tho hnll up In n phmo
at rlitht angles to tho sldo lines so thnt
It will drop nenr tho center of tho Hold,
which shnll ho Indicated by n conspicu
ous murk. This Is to be done nt tho open
ing of tho Riimo, nt tho ueKlnnliiK of tho
second hnlf, nnd nftor enoh koiiI.
Sec. 3. ".or tho roforoo puts tho bnll
In piny In tho eontor, It must bo ilrst
touched by ono of tho center men who
shnll lnivo boon previously Indicated to
tho umpire. Violation of this rule con
stitutes a foul.
Sec. 4. Aftor time hns been willed tho
rofereo shall put tho Imll In piny by tos
sing It up In such manner t'mt It will
drop near tho spot whoro It was when
time was called, unless It was held out
of bounds. In this ease piny shall bo re
sumed at tho whistle of tho rofereo as
If time had not been called. (VII., 7.)
See. d. Tho two opponents nearest this
spot when time was called shnll bo the
llrst to touch tho bull after play Is re
sumed. They shall bo Indicated by tho
Sec. 0 When tho ball Is held by two or
more plnyers for any loiiKth of time, tho
rofereo shnll blow his whistle, stop tho
play and throw tho bnll up from whoro
It was held. (VIII, 7.)
Sec. 7. Whenever tho ball Is put In play
tho plnyers who are to llrst touch tho
ball must not stand furthor than two feel
from tho spot where tho ball Is tu fall.
Sec. 8. A Knme must bo doclded by tho
winning of tho most goals In forty min
utes' playing time.
Sec. In case of n tie, tho game shnll
continue (without ccIiiiiiko of goals) until
cither sldo hns mnde two addltlonnl points.
Sec. 10. If tho goal Is moved by an op
ponent when tho bnll Is on tho udgi of
It, two t.olnts shall bo scored.
Sec. 11. Tho game shall consist of two
halves of twenty minutes each, with a
rest of ten minutes between tho halves.
This ;s tho time of actual piny. Thoso
times moy bo changed by mutual agree
ment of tho captains.
Sec. 12. Tho tennis shall change goals
at tlio end of the llrst half.
Sec. 13. When n foul has been mndo tho
opposite side shall have a free throw for
tho goal at a distance of llfteen feet from
a point on tho lloor directly beneath tho J
center of tho goal, measured toward the
opposite gonl. Tho play?r naving n rree
throw shall not cross tho Hftoou-foot lino
until the ball has ontorod or missed tho
gonl. If this rule is violated, a goal It
made shall not bo scored, and If missed,
tho ball shnll be dond and put In play In
Sec. 14. No player shall stand nearer
than six foot to tho thrower, nor In n Inno
six feet wldo from the thrower to tho goal.
nor interfere with tho ball until after It
roaches tho goal. Ho shall not Imj Inter
fered with In any way whatever, either by
player or spoctutors. If this rule Is vio
lated nnd ii goal is not made ho shnll hnvo
another throw. If tho goal Is not made,
tho bnll shall le considered In play.
Sec. 15. The bnll may Iks thrown or batted
in any direction with ono or both hands.
Sec. 1G. Tho ball shall not be kicked nor
struck with tho lists. Violation of this
rule is a foul.
Sec. 17. A plnyer shall not carry tho
ball while in bounds. Ho must play It
from tho spot on which ho catches it. Al
lowance Is to be made for ono who catches
it while running, providing ho throws it
at once or stops ns soon as possible. This
shall not bo interpreted as Interfering with
a man's turning round without making
progress. Violation of this rule Is a foul.
Sec. IS. The ball shall be hold by the
hands only. The using of any part of the
body to hold or assist In holding the ball
constitutes a foul.
Sec. 19. There shall be no tackling nor
holding nor pushing of an opponent. Tho
arms shall not be used In any way to in
terfere with the progress of a player who
has not the ball. Grasping the clothing
or person of a playor with the hands or
putting one or both arms about a plnyer
shall be called holding. Violation of this
rulo constitutes a foul.
Sec. 20. There shall bo no shouldering,
tripping, striking, kicking, hacking, nor
Intentional nor unnecessary roughness of
any kind. Violation of this rule consti
tutes a foul, and the referee may for the
first offense and shall for the second of
fense disqualify the offender for that game
and for such further period as the com
mittee In charge of that league shall de
termine, except that disqualification for
striking, b.'xklng or kicking shall be for
one year without appeal.
Sec. 21. A lutjtltute shall be allowed
for a plnyer who has been disqualified,
and the foul made by him shall be counted.
Sec. 22. Whenever because of sickness
or accident to a player It becomes neces
sary for tho reforeo to call "time," play
must be resumed within five minutes. If
the Injured player is unable to resume
play by that time a substitute shall rake
his place, or tho game start at once with
out him. If a substitute taKen his place,
' ho cannot piny ngnln during thnt game.
I Sec. 23. The bnll Is out of bounds only
when It hns complotoly crossed tho lino.
Sec. 21. When tho bnll goes out of
bounds nnd rolls or bounces In ngaln,
piny shnll contlnuo oven though n playor
may hnvo touched It wIkii out of bounds,
except, It tho whlstlo of tho rofereo Is
blown, the bnll shall then bo put In piny
as though It had not returned to the Hold
When tho bnll goes out of bounds, and
remains (hero, It shnll bo returned by tho
player llrst touching It. Thcro shnll bo no
Interference with his returning It; thnt
Is, no portion of tho person of an oppon
ent shnll bo outsldo of tho Held of play.
Tho bull may not bo touched by an op
ponent until It has crossed (he line. If
either of these rules Is violated, tho ball
Is to be returned to tho player who had
It and tho bull again put In play at tho
Ho may throw tho ball In any direction
Into tho Held of play from any spot (out
sldo of bounds) on a lino drawn at right
angles to tho boundary lino at the point
.whoro tho bnll crossed It. Tho bull must
bo thrown Into tho Held of piny. When
either of these rules is violated, tho ball
shall go to tho opponents at tho samo spot.
Ho Is allowed live seconds to hold tho
bull, and If ho holds It longer It goon to
tho opponents. In case of doubt In tho
mind of tho referee as to which plnyer
llrst touched the bnll, ho shnll toss It up
Into tho Meld of play at tho spot whoro tliu
ball wont out.
Sou. 25. When tho ball Is batted, rolled
or passed from tho Held of play In order
to c'nlin exemption from Interference, It
shnll bo given to tho opponents at tho
point where It loft the Held of play. When
It Is passed to a plnyer out of hound,
tho ball shall bo given to tho other side.
Carrying' tho bnll from tho Held of play
Is a foul. (Sec. 17.)
Sec. 2d. A goal scored by a playor while,
any part of his person touchos tho bounds
shall not count. In such n enso tho bnll
shall bo put In play In the center of tho
Sec 27. If ti player throws for tho goal
and the whistle of tho referee, umpire or
tlmo-koepor sounds while tho bnll Is In
tho air, and tho throw results In a goal,
It shall count.
Sec 2$. When tho umpire's whlstlo
sounds simultaneously with either tho ref
eree's or timekeeper's tho umpire's shall
Sec. 2y. A goal scored before tho whlstlo
can bo blown for a foul mndo by the team
scoring shnll not count but If u plnyer
while throwing for tho goal Is fouled by
an opponent nnd succeeds In scoring, both
shnll bo counted.
See. 33. There shall bo no protests
against tho decisions of tho olllcors ex
cept In regard to Interpretation of rules.
Sec. 31. Any remarks on tho part of a
playor during the progress of tho game
derogatory In any way to tho olllcials shall
be culled a foul.
See. 37. Any jwrslstont Intentional dolny
of the game shall be counted ns a foul
"Rnlnst tho team so delaying.
Sec. 3S. Tho referee shall promptly dis
qualify any plnyer using profane or abus
1. All fouls shall bo called by tho umpire,
except as provided In rulo VII., '..
2. Fouls are clas.-llled according to tholr
penalties ns follows:
(1) Players addressing olllcors, Vll.,9.
(2) Touching ball In center, XI.. 3.
(3) Kicking or striking ball, XI.. 1C.
(I) Carrying ball, XI., 17-23.
(C) Holding ball, XI.. IS.
(C) Tackling, holding, pushing opponents.
70 Dolnylng game. XI., 37.
H. Fouls for which plnyers may bo dis
qualified. XI., 20:
1. Striking. 2. Kicking. 3. Shouldering.
4. Unnecessary rough play. 5. Tripping.
Officials are expected to be ns strict as
possible, both with players and spectators.
In all cuses not covered in these rules,
olllcials are to use their own judgment in
accord with the general spirit of the rules.
All questions pertaining to tho interpre
tation of the rules may be referred to
tho Ilasket Ball committee of the Ameri
Hopeless. "Why don't you reform,"
asked the kind lady. "They ain't a man
on earth more wlllln' to lead a docent life
'n me," said Wayworn Watson, earnestly;
"but everybody 'at trie to reform me In
sists on beglnlnn by goln to work." Cin
"I do not believe I huve a true friend
In the world," "So you Jmvo been trying
to borrow money, too, have you?" Truth.
"Want to marry my daughter, eh?
Which one, sir?" "Well, now; which fa
your favorite, slr?"-PhlladeJila North
She: "That lame man with one eye over
there, whom everybody calls captain-was
he In the army during the war?" ne:
"Oh, no. He got his title and Injurlos as
captain of a college football team." She
"Oh. how lovely! Tho brave fellow,"-New
THE COLLEGE SETTLEMENT.
(Continued from first pnRO.)
books In either fJerninn or English, cur
rent mr.giudnos, plcturo books, and cards,
nnd II led periodical bo secured by pri
vate donation or contribution.
D. Social and cnlertalnmont; That bi
monthly entertainments nlternntlng with
bi-monthly soclul gnthorlngs bo hold at
tho sotttcmont house during tho coining
year. 2, That such cntorlnlnmonts bo con
ducted with n vlow to dovelopo "homo tal
ent." K. Ladles' dispensary; That room bo
provided or tho purpose of establishing
a ladles' dispensary to bo conducted In
connection with the settlement house, and
that Mrs. II. lv. Wolfe bo Riven absolute
control of said room as directress of said
l Xnino: That your committee uniinl
mously requests the board of control to
milhortau a sultublo uamo whluh the sot
tlomont house shnll bo generally known
All of which roport is most respect fully
AMY C. imU.N'KK
J. W. SKAItSON
"ANY OLD THING."
"This," and the earnest member of the
Journalism class prowled around In tho
vicinity of Eighth and C streets
at !i:.".0 Wednesday mornlng,"ls what 1 call
It's too bad to think of how many were,
calmly sleeping Wednesday murnlug, per
chance dreaming of skipping class, while
the faithful and good woro covortlng about
the library uteps reaping tin rewards of
their meritorious actions In rousing them
selves and presenting their worn looking
visnges at tho doors of tho pol-oeon and
reneh recitation rooms. The way of tho
transgressor Is hard.
Wlerd stories woro circulated about our
unlveislty and Its masculine population
that hud attained tho ago of enjoying tho
gn.it privilege. One roport was that a
club of 7u0 lirynn students, all voters had
been organized. In Omaha, tho town was
in a furor at the minor that over a hun
dred lirynn students had changed their
residence to Hryan'a ward, and thnt thoy
wero bolting henvlly on tho result In that
ward. Hut all thot-e rumors woro off-set
by thy fact thnt Oilman wont homo to
Of course Taker and Gnilmm did their
work well. Thoy are not responsible for
tho rest of the country. Thoy did not go
outsldo of Nebraska, so nothing else could
be expected. It Is hoped that next time,
tho central committee will not bo so short
sighted as to rof.ln thoso two orators In
the bounds of only ono state.
"1 don't quite understand about this
football." and the manager of tho foot
ball team looked mournfully over his bills.
Tho Wosloyan football supplies woro or
dered through him, nnd the account has
not yet been t-ettled. Tho manager Is
wondering what that victory on tho grid
Iron after tho game availed him. He has
that football to jmy for.
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