The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, June 02, 1897, Image 3
COMMENCEMENT PROQIIAM. The program for oontmoncemont wook Ih n h follows: Saturday, May 29-Jolnt program of tho lltornry Hoclotles; unlvoralty ohopol Monday, May 31, S p. m. Tho ohanooU lor'B annual reception to tho faculty and Btudonta of tho college of law; tho ohan oollor'B rosldonco, 1037 H etrcot. Tuoaday, Juno 1, 8 p. m.-Tho chanccl lor'a annual rocoptlon to tho unlvoralty sonato, and to tho senlora of tho colleo of llteraturo, sclonco and tho artB, and of tho Industrial collego; tho ohanoollor's rosldonco, 1037 H atroot. Friday, Juno 4, 8 p. m. Fourth annual ooncort of tho university school of mu nloj tho Funko opora houso, Sunday, Juno 6, 8 p. m. Baccalauroato aortnon by Chancollor Ooorgo E. Mao Loan; tho Lansing thoatro. Monday, Juno 7, 5 p. w. Annual bus! noMx mooting of tho oollogo of lawj tho unlvoralty chapel. 8 p. m. Annual address boforo tho col- h'gn of law by Judge J". M. Woolworth, prosldent of tho Amorlcan bar associa tion: tho Lansing thoatre. Tut day, Juno 8, 10 a rn. Class day; the Lansing thoatro. 4 p. m. Annual mooting of tho board Of rCKl'lltS. 8 p. m. Commencement concert, uni versity chorus and orchestra; tho Lan PltiK thoatro. WVdni-sday, Juno 9, 10 a. m. to 2 p. in. Quinquennial class rounlona and din ners classes of '77, '82, '87, '92, and re unions of other classes since '92. 4 p. m. Tho chancellor's second annual report boforo tho Joint mcotlng of alum ni of all colleges; tho university chapel. 5 p. m. Annual business meotlnpr of tho allumnl of tho collego of llteraturo, sclonco and tho arts, and tho Industrial college; tho university chapel. 8 p. m. Alumni address boforo tho ool logo of literature, science, and tho arts, and tho Industrial college, by Mrs. H. H. Wilson, class of '80; tho Lansing theatre. 10 p. m. Annual reunion and banquet of tho cotlegc of law; tho Llndell. Thursday, Juno 10, Commencement day. 10 a. m. Commencement oration by Edward Evorott Halo; conferring of de grees, certificates and commissions; tho Lansing theatre 1 p. m. Alumni reunion and banquet; tho Llndell. 8 p. m. Phi Beta Kappa oration by Edward Evorott Halo; tho Lansing theatro. Commltteo of arrangements; R. B. Owens, chairman, Capt. John F. Gull foylo, H. H. Nicholson, G. E. Barber, E. H. Barbour, secretary. Students or others desiring any thing In tho lino of canvassing work would do well to call on "W. L. McKay, Room 3, T. M. C. A. building. Rand McNally & Co's Twentieth century library scheme la one of tho boat sellers out Agents ore making big money at It. Prof. I. M. Hodgman officiated as one of tho judges at tho state declamatory contest held at Fremont last week. A larjyO body of teachers from different parts of the state were present. Profess. Blgolow of Falls City brought up a con testant who was a very close second. ATHLETIC BOARD MEKT1NG. At a meeting of tho Athletic board held Mcnday afternoon tho following lnteruol lcglato rules were adopted. These are the same rules adopted last fall by Wis consin, Minnesota, Michigan, Northwest cm, Chicago and others. 1. No one shall participate In any Inter collegiate game or athletic sport unless he bo a bona fide student doing full work in h regular or special course, as defined in tho curriculum of his collego; and no pun.on who has participated In any Inter eollt".iito gamo as a member of any col JeKn tt-am shall bo permitted to partici pate in any gamo as a member of an other collego team until ho has been a matrloulant In such collego under the nbovu conditions for a period of ono year or 1'uh obtained a collego academic de gree. 2. No person shall bo admitted to any Intercollegiate contest who has received any gift, remuneration or pay for his services on tho collego team 3. No student shall play upon the team of any other collego or colleges for more four years In aggregate unless he shall hav secured a degree, In which case ho muy play two additional years, provided ho 1m a candidate for a second degree. 4. No student shall participate In any intercollegiate contest who has ever used or la using his knowledge of athletics or his athletic skllf for gain. This rule shall bo operative after October, 1890. No per son who receives any compensation from tho university for services rendored by way f regular Instruction shall bo al lowed to play on any team. This rule shall take effect December 1, 1890. 5. No student shall play in any gam under an assumed name. C. No student shall bo pormltted to participate In any Intercollegiate contest who la found by thn faculty to b de linquent in his studies. 7. All intercollegiate games shall bo played on grounds either owned or un der tho Immediate control of ono or both of tho colleges participating In tho con test, and all Intorcolloglato games shall bo played undor studont or collego man agement, and not under tho control of any corporation or association on private Individual. ( 8. Tho olootlona of manogora vind cap tains of teams In each college shall bo BUbJoot to tho approval of Its oommlttco on athlotlcs. 9. Collego football toama shall play only with teams roprosontlng educational In stitutions. 10. Boforo ovory Intorcolloglato contest tho respective chairmen of tho athlotio committees of tho Institutions concerned shall submit to each other a cortlflod list of players, ollglblo undor tho rules adoptod, to participate In said contest. It shall bo tho duty of tho captains of tho respcottvo toama to exoludo all play ers from tho contest savo thoso so certi fied 11. Athletto commit toos shall requlro each candldato for a team to represent tho university In Intorcolloglato contests to subscrlbo to a statemont that ho Is eligible undor tho letter and spirit of tho rules adoptod. 12. No person having boon a mombor of any collego athlotio team during any yoar, and having been In attendanmo less than ono collego half-yoar, shall bo per mitted to play In any Intercollcglato con tost thereafter until ho shall have boon In attendanco six consecutive months. Tho management wishes onco moro to thank tho numorous students for tho many favors extended this season. Par ticularly aro thanks duo to tho band boys for tholr parades; to managor Oury of tho football toam, and Managor Hliodd of tho track toam for tholr co-oporatlon and aid; to tho sign artists, and many others. For a cliolco asaortmont of jokos aak tho ball boys about Doacon Ktndlor and tho priest's fish. Deacon Klndlor and tho Chicago stroot oars. Packard and tho Notro.Damo potatoes. Roodor and tho Toledo maldon. Packard and South Evanatown. Robinson and tho towels. Frlol and tho wrong room. (Ask tho pluyors and not mo Rlloy.) Big Bargains in Profes-sor Hodgman will dollvor the commencomont address at Ncllgh high school on tho subject "A Modern Univer sity Movement." Thursday afternoon tho freshmen foot ball team got together for a few minutes and elected Griffith captain of tho team for next season. Last Friday tho freshmen elected offi cers as follows: R. D. Andreson, pres ident; Austin Collett vice-president; Miss Louisa Stratton aecrotary;Ml33 Hamil ton treasurer, H. H. Moro historian; and A. S. Pearso tho retiring president, ser geant at arms. Aftor a week's worry and Indecision, It has been decided that tho cadots will not go to camp this year. Mllford was tho place determined upon. PHI BETA KAPPA. Tho names of the remaining seniors elected to Phi Beta Kappa were read In chapol Tuesday morning Thoy are; J. V. Z. Cortclyou, Benton Dales, Ada Gra ham, S. M. Moss, Ida Holso, C. S. Nor ton, Nottlo Phllbrlck, Edwin Piper, L. C. Smith, George H. Thomas, Julia Wort. THE NEBRASKAN ADVERTISERS. Wo wish to call tho attention of tho Profossora and students to tho local mer chants who advertise In Tho Nebraakan. Every firm represented hero la guaran teed reliable, and patronage that Is ex tended thorn, will bo appreciated by the manager of this paper. When It Is Just as convenient, let them have yaur patron age. You will benefit by It as much as any one. EVANS LAUNDRY COMPANY-Beat service greatest courtesy. 325 N. 12th. BUMSTEAD AND TUTTLE-Genta fur- PAINE & WARFEL Clothlera and furn ishing goods. Morchant tailors. 1133 O street. Your shoes ahlned free. CHARLES B. GREGORY-Coal. Office at 1100 O street. GEORGE CONSTANCER'S Barber ahop located at 1010 O street. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Located at the cornor of 10th and O streets. THE BOOK DEPARTMENT OF Herpol shelmcr and Company. 12 th and N at. T. J. THORPE & CO Rubber stamps, seals etc. 308 S. 11th street. C. EHLERS Tailor. Suits made to ord er. Repairing done. 126 S. 11th. LINCOLN NEWS AGENCY C. L. Spen cer, 'OS, manager. 11th and O St. DR. S. E. COOK Eye ear, nose and throat. 1215 O street. H. CAPES Boots and shoes repared 133 South Twelfth street. HAYDEN Photographer, Now location 1029 O street. E. HALLETT-JEWELER, 1143 O Btreot. Watch repairing, engraving otc. NEBRASKA PANT & SUIT CO. 1217 O Streot. L. D. SHERWIN Dentist, Room 19, Burr block. RUDGE & MORRIS Furniture, 11181126 N atreeot. LINCOLN HOTEL Austin Humphrey Manage-, 9th and P streets. ELITE STUDIO T. W. Townsond, Prop. 226 South Eleventh St. LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE Sum mer school etc. 11 & O streets. SULPHO-SALINE BATH HOUSE-Cor- ner of 14th and M 6tr.eo.ts. THE PALACE DINING HALL A. G. Osmer, proprlteor. 1132 N streot. NEBRASKA TENT AND AWNING CO. Tents rented etc. Lois Doyle Prop. PREPARATORY SCHOOL TO THE UN- lverslty. C. W. Wallace, director. THE ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO. Successors to Browing King and Co. PERKINS & SHELDON The reliable shoe store of Lincoln. 1129 O street. nishlngs and tailoring. 117 S. 11th St. H. W. BROWN Druggist, books and stationery. 127 South 11th street. MILLER & PAINE Dry goods and fur nishing goods. 1229 to 1239 O street. FRANCIS BROS. Restaurant and short order house. 121 N. 11th street. ' BASEBALL BOUNCES. An amusing Incident happened In the Chicago depot. As tho team limped pain fully toward tho train an old lady who had been watching tho boys with tears In her oyea, turned to Robinson whom she mistook for a guide and askcd,"What hospital aro you taking all these poor young men to." And It was a natural question. Friel, Cowgill, Gordon, Crolgh, and Pace, all walked as If their limbs wero wooden to tho hips. Reeder had a spiked foot. Benedict was nursing a cramped stomach, and a split finger. Kln dlor had looked at tho great sights of Chicago until ho was dizzy. In fact Packard was tho only wholo man, and tho old lady thought ho had tho dropsey. Tho great surprise of tho trip was tho poor success of our favorites, Crelgh and Klndler at the bat, and tho splendid bat ting of Eddlo Gordon who has bean a weak batter heretofore The players wero treated like princes at Notro Dome, and were pleasantly en tertained at other places Tho management announces that the trip was a complete success financially. This Is particularly gratifying Just at this moment when news reaches us that several collego teams are being stranded far, far from home. An nffnrt nj mndo to secure a date In Havden. the shotographer who is now Lincoln with tho all-Australian team, but ' located at 1029 O street, 1b again offering BURLINGTON ROUTE. ONLY $22.50 TO SAN FRANCISCO Juno 29 to July 3, account National Con vention Christian Endeavorers Special trains. Through tourist and palace Bleep ors. Stop-overs allowed at and west of Denver. Return via Portland, Yellow stone park and Black Hills If desired. Endeavorers and 'their friends who take tho Burlington are guaranteed a quick, cool, comfortablo Journey, fine scenery (by daylight) and first class equipment. Berths reserved and descriptive liter ature furnished on request at B. and M. depot or city ofllce corner 10th and O at. G. W. BONNELL C. P. & T. A. they had tholr schedule full. Tho gamo with tho Drako university team of Des Moines will bo played on June 7. A telegram has been received stating that Northwestern cannot come west this season. a special rate to biuuuiuh uu uu yuuiu- graph. His name Is a guarantee of goo a work. V The L. F. & A. Co. have Just received a new line of picture frame mouldings, and have put the rates down for students A full line of art goods. 212 So. Uth st. Your Name on One Hundred Visiting Cards and Copper Plate for One Dollar. . Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Hosiery Ladies' Gloves Gents' Underwear Gents' Hosiery Gents' Gloves MILLER & PAINE, 1229 to 1239 O Street. Truhks. Valises ELEGANT LINE OF POCKET BOOKS-CARD CASES and LEATHER NOVELTIES. For Summer Tourists and Others. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Old Trunks in Exchange for New Ones. LINCOLN TRUNK FACTORY, - 1217 0 Street. YOU WILL SAVE TIME By taking Ua FOR MAIN LINE, And Norfolk Branch. . All Points in Kansas. Keep this in mind wlion going on foot-ball trips or any vacation . CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1044 O Street. Book Department, Herpolsheimer & Co. E. HALLETT, - Penler in Fine Watches, Diamonds, Sterling Silverwar, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera Glasses, Gold Headed Canes and Umbrellas, Spectacles, Etc. Watch repairing, engraving and Optical work a specialty. No charge for exam ining the eyes. 1143 O Street, - - LINCOLN. NEB. Funke Opera House Block. TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN AND Auburn, Falls City, Atchison, St. Joseph, and Kansas Cit. City Ticket Office. 1201 0 Btreet. H. O. Townbend, Gon'l P. & T. A. P. D. Cornell, O. P.& T.A. ()has. B. Gregory r U. of N., '91. W A S H fflce At uoo o St., Lincoln, Neb. The Most Popular Photograph Gallery in the State. SPECIAL Ono beautiful colored Cabin et, mounted on a large card, given with each dozen of our boat Cablneta. Special raea to studonta, T. W. Townaend, Prop.