The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, April 15, 1898, Image 4
xEm lit the Gym. Work nn the cinder track 1iih been postponed for 11 few day oh account of tin" full tiro of the contractor to procure a number of Kempcrs. Only nuch work uh Ih necessary ( put the truck Into condition for pnictlce will he done. In the next two weeks. The coutcHtnntH In the Held day. Mn, 7. will ho tn.lned systematically If nothing else. Dr. Hustings Iihh made out n prescript Ion and schedule of work for every day's training fmm now until the date of the contest. One week from tomorrow will occur the outdoor pelntnthlon. The prize In this Contest will be the handsome new O'Mahoney $!') gold medal. A prize of such value as this should and undoubtedly will call out a great num ber of contestants, as well as the best etl'orls or those engaged in the eon test. Following are the event of the pentathlon: WO yad dash, hummer throw, pole vault-, running high jump and the. one mile. run. All entries must be in at 0 o'clock next .Monday. (S MILS' ATHLETIC CONTEST. The girls' athletic contest is awaken ing much interest and enthusiasm, not onl, among the girls, but among those who are looking forward to attending Some of the girls have been practicing regularly all through vacation, and the contests will be real trials of skill and strength. For the indoor Pentathlon, which is open to second year girls, there will be iiriz.es of medals offered for those scoring Hrst, second anil third. These medals, which have been ordered from the east and will be here soon, were donated as follows: The first prize, n $10 gold medal, by .Miller & I'aine; the second prize, a. $." silver medal, by A. E. Spurck; the third prize, a $i bronze medal, by Perkins & Sheldon. For the athletic contest open to girls in the tirst year class, the fol lowing prizes are ocrcd: The Hrst. prize. $5 fencing foils, by the Fitz.Oer ald Dry Goods company: the second, a tennis racket; and the third a pair of Indian clubs, given by ( V. Leighlon. The following ladies have consented to act as patronesses: Mrs. George E. Mncl.cau, Mine. MncLcnn, Mrs. ('. E. liessey, Mrs. F. M. Fling, Mrs. E. H. Harbour, Mrs. L. V. Richards, Mrs. AY. It. Ogden. Mrs. S. II. Ilurnham, Mrs. Dr. Hal ley, Mrs. William M. Clark, Mrs. William W. Hastings. The date of the Contest has been advanced from April 1(5 to April :t() on account of the rumored failure of the enterprise ami to allow more time for practice. It will take place on the af ternoon of that day from I! to 0 o'clock. The proceeds were originally to be contriouted to the cinder track, but on the plea of the basket-ball girls, which seemed a perfectly just one, the managers have agreed to divert 25 per cent, of the proceeds to the girls' basket ball fund. The rest will go to the track fund. From the activity shown by all interested, there is no doubt that this sum will be a good one. The list of patronesses also makes the success of the affair in a social way be yond juos.tlon. THE ATHLETIC ANNUAL. The athletic annual has not been making very much noise of late but it is in fact very much alive. The chief editor of the enterprise had been as sumed by J. E. Pearson and it is now expected that the annual will be rush ed to an early completion. The board of editors will meet this week and assign work with the ex pectation of getting all the material ready for the printer by the end of this month. IhvddcH the regular board of edi tors will be the honorary members, which will be the captains and man agers of the various athletic teams in the University. The horornry mem bers consist of Ci. ('. Shedd, W. II. Ou r,, Fd Gordon, Fred Ryons, and the captain, yet to be selected, of the track team. The present intention is to have the annual consist of about CO pages, in cluding 25 illustmtionns and the cost of the book will be 25 cents. It will treat of the following subject: The football season, the Freshmnn-Soph-more contest, basket ball, indoor base ball, the tennis tournament, the boys gymnasium exhibition, the girls' ath letic exhibition, field day, intercolle ginte field dny, records and trophies. RECEPTION TO MFSS SMITH. One of the most pleasant gatherings of the yar in University circles, took place Saturday evening, April 9, when the University nhunni, especially those of earlier classes, assembled in honor of Miss Ellen Smith, the x'egistrar, this month marking the twenty-first yenr of her connection with the Uni- ci'Hlt. of Nebraska. Miss Smith went, to pentl the evening with Mr and Mrs II. II. Wilson anil was persuaded to go with them to view the Thompson ball. There she found sixty or seventy of the alumni gathered In her honor and a pleasant social time wiih enjoyed. Later In the evening those present sat down to a delightful luncheon. There were a fevv Informal toasts. Mr. V. O. .limes acting as toast master. Responses were made by A. W. Field, Lawrence Fossler, II. AV. Caldwell, .1. II. Mockett, Miss Louis Pound, II. II, Wilson, and Chancellor Macl.can. At the close Mr. II. 11. Wilson presented her with with a handsome cut glass bowl in behalf of the alumni. One of the best speeches In the. evening was that made by Miss Smith In response. The credit for the successful manage ment of the all'alr belongs to Nfes dames Wilson, Ansley, Hardy anil Miss Loomls. TI1IC MARKKA LL TIM P. The baseball management has final ly arranged a schedule of gainivs for the southern trip which Is satisfactory In i'wvy respect. One fact which speaks well for the Judgment, of the management is that there. Is not a sin gle night on the. trip in which it will he necessary for the boys to sleep on the train. The team will leave Lincoln Friday morning. April 20, and will play the Kansas state agrlcultulul college In the afternoon. Saturday morning, Apr il .'10, a game with St. Mary's is sched uled and Washburn college, Topeka, will be played on the afternoon of the same date. The team will remain in 'I'opcka until Sunday noon, when It will go to Kinporin, playing there Monday. May 2. The boys will then play the .lay hawkers of Kansas University at. Law rence, May II. From there the team will go to Columbia, Mo., and play two games with Missouri State University, May I ami 5. The. following day a game will be played with Missouri Valley College at Marshall, Mo. A game with Tarkio is also a. possibility. The trip Is evidently carefully plaiir ned and mIiows hard work on the. part of the baseball management. RESOLCTIOXS OF SYMPATHY. Since in His allwisc power God has seen til to visit the home of two mem bers of our class and take away a be loved father, be It Resolved, That the class of 1000 has heard witli much sorrow of the dentil of Mr. Andreson, the. father of R. 1). and W. K. Andreson; and be it further Kcsoolvcd, That the chkss extend their sincere sympathy to our class mates in their bereavement; and be it further Resolved, That a copy of these reso lutions be sent to the home of the de ceased, published in the college pa pers and a copy placed on rtvord in the secretaries book. Oliver Chambers, L. W. Pearson, A. S. Pearfse, Committee. PKRSIIING RIFLF.S KXIIIR1TIOX. The members of the Pershing Jtilles are at present busily engaged in prac ticing for an exhibition drill which which the Rifles intend t give some time near the end of the month. Some of the features of the drill will bo a silent manual drill by the whole com pany and 1111 exhibition of wall seal ing. A silent baynot drill by the whole company is one of the probabil ities. In addition to these special fea tures will be the regular infantry drill and spell down and the awarding of the gold medal. On aeount of the lim ited capacity of the armory, admission will be by ticket, each member of tho company being provided with 5 tick ets. j) i: iXnri:solutioxs. Whereas, Death has visited the home of our brothers It. 1). and W. K. An dreson, and taken from them a kind and loving father; be it ltesolved, That wo, tho Del inn Hoy's Debating Club, extend to them our heartfelt sympathy In their bereave ment; be it further Resolved, that a copy of these res olutions be sent to our afflicted bro thers and that a copy be spreiul upon the minutes of the elub, also published in the col legit papers. ('has. W. Jones, Geo. P. Griffith, F. K. Edgerton, Committee. OF IE (Continued from First Page.) naiisnr, L. Melteynolds, Janitor Uni versity hall; Miss Hridge, Latin; Cora F. Smith, assistant in botany, vice ('. L. Shear, resigned; Miss M. T. Annum in Knglish; It. C, Lansing, English; as sistants in laboratory and clerical help as required: Fred Joers, Daisy ISonnell, AY. H. H. 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