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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1899)
Vol. VII. No. 33.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, MAY 15, 1890.
Pin ok 5 Oknts
'Varsity Nine Wins Throe
Tlrst Four Games on
The unluM-tRy Ikiho ball teann
struck tlii'ir propcr pace lnwt Wed
nesday afternoon, defeating tllic Ne
braska. Indians 'b,y a score of IS to 5.
Tlu fern tunes oir tin- g-uinie was tliu
all-round plu.ving or Captain lleeder.
till 11 pitching of (lordon, ami clio -work
of Hhodcs at tHilnl. Ogee niul KuiWr
put up tlic boat game for the Indian".
The mem, played in liln following po-
I' nl west ty
, . .ItoTbh and Selleii', p.
LlMMliCl', U. . ,
lleeder, 2b Sullen and Hobb, 2b.
. ..ugee, ns.
, . Wester, rf.
. . ..loans, ef.
Score by Iniii'ings
I inverse ty.
indiums. .. .
:i o i i s i! i! n is
0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 5
Gordon, S; 01V HolVb, 11;'
oiV Sellen, 3
l-lrmm- -McDinirntid, lleeder. Holen
2, Scllcn I, Wonder, OgCe 2, (.ireen 3,
Two-Jlmse bits Gordon, Heeder, Jo
nas. rhreo-lase 'hitis-j-llce'der, Fulincr,
Holcn, 11 hoI uh.
Singles -Moore, l.eluner, McDhir
inid, llhen. lleeder 2, Rhode.", Holen,
Pu linen, Wester S.
Stiruck out Wester, llobb, ICinyfis
bury, Gordon, MeDinrniid 2.
1 1'i t by "il'tcher .Moore.
llnw.s on ba lis- -Moore, KingsHiury 2,
Miotics '.', Gordon', domus, CorbeW,
The teaun in ft for t'hoir trip into
souitlhem and eastern states 'Pluuialiiy,
pln.vIiiK1 Mnn'linltoin' thivt. ulfternoon.
The latter was defeated 'by a score df
10 'to 1. Friday tnojnidjijj they defeat
uey. Hit's on iw-riigan o; on .mci
ford '.'. Stiruek out-H.v Melfonl 9. hy
Corrigan l. lOtrors Xebiwlwi 3, St.
Mau.v's 7. Haw, on balls N'cbimska,
none, SI. Mai.v's '.'. Hit li.v piUihwr
H, Coirrigan '.. I mpire Lynch.
t Topeka. Score:
. .11 II II o II II I 1 I .1
.0 n I a ii :: o (i 2 -it
". Washburn (i. Kr-
Yji hbui n
llils- -Nn lirn.ska
W'nxhbum t. Struck
out H.v Hliss a, 'Ia (irviiith il. Struek
bt bail"; NCbiaska 2. Washbuin 2.
liasev on 11 Id -N"bnnkii 1. Wii'liluiru
2. Two-base hiiw Lehinei a.nd llaek
inlo l!aittMitv jNc'brakn. IHUs and
Moore: AYasdilbiiriK Cinvtilcy and Stahl.
t Ijawrence. Scoix'i
NCIiniska 0 0 0 1) 1 1 0 5 1- s
K MWa.- 2 1 0 0 (I 0 t 0 15
Ha I (cries .NCbraslfii, Mel ford ami
Mi. ore; Kannsa. Hall and 'Moore.
Hit- -Nebraska (i, Ktiuwis 5. linrors
Xvibraslka :t. Kiiiimhi-1 I. l'lis. on
bill's OIV Mellonl 2. oil' Hall 5. Struck
out Hy M"lT.,nl 2, 1) lliilld I. lilt by
pl'tiluvl bald Monrt of NVdHiaskin.
Double pla.v llewler to McDinriuid to
ll'liodcs. I'mplTc I long.
Minsoiiri won Kriilay might in the
joint d'ed n to between rcpreheiitlntive
dclwuters sideiMienl from the students
of the Missouri Mtute univcrsiitv and
Ihe uniei"-ll, o'f NebriK-ka. The de
bate was kkii tihie tkipie: "liesoilvedi.
That llhe I'oiiiM'iiul.ioius o'f iiailn.'inlN to
detieinmiine vatew mre imw de-.ii'ulb!e an'd
i 'l '' I 'bv law." When
Kite decision was announced hy V. J.
11 1,1, at u, Nebraskji was foii'iid by the
Hhrec jttdigcs to have proKieivted' urgu
meuts in a 'bet'trr nvanncr, while two
judgx's found that MIIoin'l,'Si nrgu
nuent was Hh'e duiHtieir, one o'ndy. Dean
drccn of the lvnnsii itate uii'lverslty
law school, decided In favor of Nc
'I'lie judges were Congressman Oooh
rntii of St. .'lofcph. Dean .1. W. fire tin
of Tnw"rencc, Kns., tmvd Y. J. ltrynn.
G'ovcrnWr ToyniUir prei-dded during ihe
eventing and held the watch upnin the
d'ebiHteiis. 'llhe speeches -were limiMl,
one each of tlhe Nebraska and MiaHnunl
men boing nld'owed 'to reHuti the argu
ment of the opposing side nit the close.
Quite n 1'arge nu'dienee gathered In tlhe
high school nuidMioriiiin for tin tro-
iyl owing IS the scor& amd umTOTvFyi , -. sttimn,t nr-cn. im-to tilicsc two muvel-sity. lie liinTftcTr M'mlWi prolW-
Nebraska. 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 1-3 f"J . 'tl 'V f"J 2 , 0 ! ".cn?. W " !"-' " ' lM
,.SU Mnry'.s 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0-2 e i, l c, Ji ! is due to his admiuiw.m.ion, but H.at
Bafllaries-Xi-'biv.., Mel fowl nn-d , "i . L ,1 kv, I I holms ph.yed an Important part in ft
Moore; Sfe. Maiy's, Co.irigan and Tier-. ,, . ,,,, t1in ,,'',. ;,! aM goi wlflimit saying. His eltorl
gram wlilch, while very kite liu 'begin
ning, was int'Ori'sliiiip: en " uiniM'iind
degree considering tin' naturo of tiho
TIIK Old) TIM liUS.
Tlie Voting .lon's Uhnistiun Awsmjl
atlon oi the university wns oVyinHeil
some where near the year JSS5. Just
who were the men prominent im the
work at that time, we know only as
we run across their mimes in the rec
ord books or hear nf them from an
oeriulonnl o.d-tliuer who nia, happen
to drop in to islt the present orjnnl
zation. It ( hurdlj probable thai the
description of those men so far baek
as that would be of lnueih Interest to
the present student body. Students,
how ever, who cuine to the institution
some live or si seal's nco will remein
her well the fulfil f ul workers i.f their !
own time and of that just preceding
it. The present inciinbeivs hme
heard occasional mention made
of I !n it and Mlti'shall, and while
to a great many, perhaps,
such reference is somewhat vague or
eeu uninteresting, because of no ac
quaintance with t'hu men, yet by only
a few Norinan llarr and John T. Mar
shall are remembered as two ot the
ttronirct men the assoeiatiun "nas ev-
I er pivjluced. These incn, if one were
to trace the course ot ...eir lives troni
Hhe time of their leaving college until
now, would be found to have always
had a great in.terest in young men.
llarr has, since leaving eollege, be
come a minister of the gospel and U-
day is pastor of a churoh in Chicago.
Marshall put in several year after his
gi.uniaiion in ticiiiig as uavi-imy nw
retary of the student volunteer move
ment. His connection, during this
time, with the V. M. C. A.
time, with Hhe local ttttsochi
t ton was so intimate that for
a part ot the time at least he wa- sup
ported largely by it. The influence of
these two men while in the univesri
ty was very great, but it did not by
any menus stop at their graduation.
Hardly a year goes by without word
of some kind 'being sent the assooin
ti.iii containinig good' advice, well
wishes and the knowledge that they
are still working nmli praying for the
mi their lives -while thct wciv in the
collvgo and of their undying tlevotinn
n ud love to il, 'because of tdihd fact.
It i.s etrcniei,v IiiiinI to know just
wlui to mention in thi'S wily. There
hae ever been men -and man.v of
them, who labored hard ond mivivss
lully in the iiHsociatiou rn.uUs.
Were one to do ju.sticc to hem all
iniich more -pace would be required
t limn ii i. all. .tied diierc. Charley Wel
den and Francis Tucker are men fa
miliar to maii,v of us and are remem
bered as workers who counted notdi
iug ihe.v hud loo good for the awwoci
nliim. Wcl(lu was at .iii lime )i'es
idi'iil and Tuckci, recording seeielar.v,
but even aside from till-, their lives
stand out as eomniou woikers, as of
men who s.ie rilled mueh iif time,
inoiie.v and fiilthiitl labor b.r the asso
ciation. These also duive alvva.vs main
tained an interest In (ihristian work
among .oung men. Wcldcn i- now in
his senior enr in IJocliest. r --eniinarv
and Tuceker is prepiring at
medical college. ( h'u'ngn. I i be
!ong with these men and in eolso lave all come to feel tlwit belli Ini'er
connection, for they were closel, con- eH'd in all that interest- us; thait he
ncL'tedvvith them In work, must be has wi uiisellishly given of hls'liniie
mentioned Lewis 0. Thn.ver anil W. and means to forward nM .awful stu
T. I'llmore, reeordimg -cerei.irv niul ileni ciitcmriscs, ami that .ne has en-
president r'spe'iivel of idle ass
lion. Here again were prison, de
voted to the cause of i m 1 1 l1 men. in
the university Thej v re I imwn to
inanv of us. and as vv ice.iil iheir
ea I and Mining active ,ie, we are
'eil to feel that the asoei.it ion is i icli
iiiiil"ed in the legacies left bv tlhein.
Tha.ver was ''ie oi the most eonsi-ien-lioiis
fellows in school and like Wel
den before him. was loved by all w'lio
knew him. Flinorr. too. was a ti e
lad valued fri. ml of all his acquaint
ances. He Is now pi eparlng lor the
llu' he.sier, whih
will !-'in soil i'(,.' the niNision field as
a medical missionary.
In our approach to the present time
we perhaps ina.v mention nest D. I.
Davis, Sieve J. , oroy, A tlllmn Aixiiug,
and I!. W. Thatcher. Davis, the m-
Ident of two year ago. was rather a
I quiet IcMovv, but all gold -when once
la flluden't knew diiin. lie -was a great
organizer, and to hlfiu l. due largely
I the broad acupc of iiHsocintlon work.
as will be noticed In the "president's
report" found elsewhere In till sl-
Continued oo pnui'
TO LEAVE OHIO.
Ex-Chancellor Canfleid Ac
cepts Position of Librarian
of Columbia University.
The following is taken from the
co-llege paper published at i...u univer
sity of Ohio and is of great Interest to
''tmltfiitfc of Nebraska:
Just after The. Lantern had gone to
pre.- last week it beeame known that
President Ciinfleld had been appointed
libuirian to Columbia university, New
Wrk; that he hud accepted and that
bis rewigutiiion had been forwarded to
the president, of our board of trustees.
ThU has been the chief topic of eon
veivntion this week in uiriveiviiy eir
"lik coming as a complete surprise.
While it has been known for ho mo
time that Presideut Cu nil c.M was not
quite saddled with some of his work
here and was llmliin'g the minor dclhils
burdensome a mil wearying, tdmte Ivad
been no thought of li'is withdrawal. It
is hardl.v a matter of surprise, how
ever. tlKi'u lie yielded at last to the ur
gent so'livitutions of CVl'iimbliK The
position U a delightful one in many
wiivs he retuniK to his old likmie and
to the large circle of the warm friends
,t Lit vnnili niul nvltiinllv it i worth
whHe to be at the very center of things
- . i ii.w inn. .if iifo in N'ew York.
President. Low of Columbia and PresN
.i..,, (Vintleld weie bovs totrether
I'.j-ooU-ly nv. prepared for college in
l'o'ivteehnie institute of that ci'iy, were
oflleers in the same cadet battalion.
ti nil have been fast friends and warm
admirers of each other ever slnee.
Somewhat similar relations have ex
isted between Piet.klen'1. Uintlie,hl and
ninny of the Columbia lruteeN au'd
It is unders'tood that Hie prcssWent
makes choice, of Colmnbif 1 brary on'
.f a )Ossihle hve ositiions, the others
being executive and no't ofl'crlng as de
lightful personal relations as the one
JVesid'cnt Can field's four y?ars he.re
from tlhe start bias 'been to complete
the onganiation of the university and
trive it rather iudencndeiut nucltlon; to
t.iU" the university to t'he penile of
i the t.itc anil make them (realize what
the.v l-.iv here, and tdiat it i their
I own: no s-eeurc adequate rpvcmiers Tor
i.u.iuia! neck-.; lo assure for the ini-'.i-'
tntion its true poHion fl jtdie hivid' of
I t'he state svstem of public Imi-tn'iietioni.
mid above all to win back the. enn(fi-
deuce of the fanners of Old
of This he has been hIiw'.'.'.v niwewsful
Whether working through others or
direct Iv and personally, there iw no
iicsti(ni that tlhe uiviversit.v permeates
Dliio as it nas never wnv neiore. -o
scheme 'lwis been too l-iru to daunt
hiini and no detail h is hciyii loo sninnll
to CKcmpc his Jilt'lenMon.
The 'tiidcii'fei lime at times ibeen in
doubt as to Id's re,ation t ) them, ivrfl
i niituriiilly. He has lusiisied upon high
I t M'dnr.lH of living, upon pu'liHc Witr
; il jiiiuong them, upon good work In
'their classes a- the vcr.v lli-st requisi.'c
' an I at times it 'I htm "eennwl a-
i rlu 'iigh his liaii'd vmis heavv. Hut we
to carrv lilmsoll very even
linnded a- to our mutters, ilio -who
have taken the jwilns to get nearer to
him, have found him sympathetic and
(il nest and faithful fiicnd, and n wise
counsellor. There is no question Unit
he has given a ceitain tone to our life
that was not prrweut before, aiwl that
the energ.v mud snap wlnh yhie'h he
always made living- move ftm (hvm
inuni'.ea'ted itself to nwi'iiy of our uiKler
tnklngs. The universal and keen re
gret at diis wlthdiawa is triibiitc
l enough to the appreciation we have
ll'i.ll frti. lilt ,. vi. (.11. .lit wvilO.- uiwi fnn Olwi
stitiisracfoiy ivJntloim of the dw'tler
years at leawt..
In aid thl- he has l.een greatly help
ed by 'his wife, who has always been
known as the Htudcnd's fHeud. Mrs.
(VnvfleVI 'Inns don'e niiich for Win social
life of tihe uirivciwitv. audi d't is un-
,., . ...U .....V.I, ..,.. ..,. .... '..,
idou.bt(Hll,v due to her porsMcmt flV)rt
In the face o much that was at (limit
discouraging, that there Is such an
Iinprovenienit In the relations of fac
ulty and tiultitft, n'tid tduit thcue have
come into such a botiter undeiKtand
ing of eiuJh other. She will to innmcd
aiinost as nitieh us t'he president
The president and his family go to
their new h'wine followed by the warm
est wishes and the really atVeotionnte
Interest of the u,reat stuuVnt bod'y of
T 1114 UlliVei'MtiV.
I'ew of the students of thl duy rcn'.
I.p t'huit the moving spirit of tUie Xe-
braska State Journal wits once a stn-
dvt ft like theniKelves within t'hee samo
vain., it is tntreen ywis since i ill uH'.a.e snteerded' in breakimg the
()w en Jones f-niduatetl roin he l7nl-l(liMMlH ,vwl.(l nAl j)V PH8b,iril
verwity of Nebraska wivh the dvgioe of timTO111R. t jofl f,,,.t, u iHie. The
I . I., lie was uii of the strongest 0.MtH VN(M.e MnruH albout 0 x)Vloek In
rtn-H. composed of stie'li pwple a ;tll0 nmr,,in,r, iJllt were not tlniiiAl un
(har.es A,len. (iw)rge M. Frai.kforter, ,(il ,ntc , ,,1r, ufU,n,0on. Prdimin
A. 1,. l-rost and others. ln,.;K T1V Htnv,r(1 nm, l)Ut nvving to
..ones oeve.opeu one oi tue principal
re.piiisites of a nevvsiaper man during
his .college catwr, a,, the following in-
iniliMiii 4ikH. Hie. vwith Amos
(.. inner, (harles Aden and Conway
.v e.viiimn, were so.ietted to get some
kind of an enlertuininent to 'help ilik
Hesperian out or n unaneial hole. War
r...r n.ad McMillan ei- M-n'mu-, Jik-s
and Allen juniors. 'I hey agreed and
niter trying ami rejecting1 many
schemes, fniinsl tihemselves two daj
hefore the date siet with nO'thing at ull
in the way of an entertaiuiment. That
liljj'h'f the.v had n protracted consul
tat ion. One of t'heiu said flnaliv.
i "Well, wiliat have we than we can
ge?" Another answered. "Nothing."
'l 'hmi one of the hrainy individuals
was seized bv an idea, which burst
forth in this fashion: "Then why not
give them what we have'."' Tlhev all
tfved. So tHie da.v of the perroriuanee
thev went into ilihe chanel. kiveniuiir
the doors tooked and Kiiin'ded awny.
The Chapel thein was in the same place
that it is now, but the stage was at
the other end. The performers smug
gled a rope onto the ttagc and rigged
up a eimuiin. They "worked" the uni
veiit;y oifhesitiiNi to1 pla nwnv for
about twenty minutes then became de-
uioralizwl aiiKl had to stop. Meanwhile
the star.s of the performance had fast
ened one end of their rope iiiiside tlhe
window, throvvin the other out. and
vii"tts' "i nst tispwints
h.v fear, could move them, and t'hev
stayed away for thiee days.. VinaMy
lOIHO oil, of tin. n liflrlmwtr, i-.i.Tlf1 !,.,
I -, " " .v..i. ,.....V.I II1L-
cuuain aside uiwi lotind a large p a
cai.l. "Pistpoiud on eeoii, of laig-e
I i gin. I hat s wb Joins i, a
He has w.irl-ed I In oihc'li all the
tion.- on the .louri a' -t ii (V until
now ii;.i nagi ni; iiliior.
,v mil g I lilies i,
I lie .voiii g 1 ulies i.l Delia Delta Del
ta -uroiiilv eiitfi I, lined t licit Iticnult.
1'ist Mturil.i, .iflcrnoom wilih n tally
ho part in honor of Mb.s -cdu Wil
son id Ashland. The nieirv paity,
dmpe roiled b, Mr. and Mrs. Miuiuh.i'n.
left the citv and sought a cooler and
more comfortable iiiaee at
a.inu. Aftei a duintv
Miippet, Ihe cAen-
j ng wis -ipenl in daiieintg. Those iies
eii.t ww: Mis,-es dn WMituii, Jes-ie
i While. I.ilMan ThiiniiMwin. ilueKc
Cnily, I'Jdiui (iunl. Winnd'fivd Hoiiiieli;,
IlatHie M1moii, Lillian "White. Mamie
'Mill r. Dais.v
I'.onnel. (Iraee Lasi It,
.Ma-e Ames. Anna ore. A'lma Ko h.
I Herih.i Du Tiel. (.uic- Sai.N. Muul
HaletL llc'lle Manslelde. aiid HI. im-' -t
Lasch; MJessrs. MmisfeMc. UaiUins.
Hill, llcnrv. S'mith. It.iss, .Mm Snin
, i.er. ( hcsier Suiii'ii r. Aouin,- Hh r
iinan. Lewis, Collctt. Claire Mudgv,
I. iiig e, llacel ei. an Nalin, David
on. ( i Hindi, Lclimcr. King aim I Uccd.
y HILLHTIN NO. 2.
OKiejal bii.letiu o. 2 ol ihe Nation
al education, i, so i.itlou. to be held
n Li ngci-. C.ililoruia. in .lul.v,
sh ,- lli.il -evciai I nlvcrsiiv ol Ne
braskdi ediie.n lot's aie mi 1 he 'in uram
pi'OlnillH ll pl I .. I'l'lllCNoIil- (i.
Ln. m'v ol the iinivei'iiv w V.,'.
deliver an address on "The Develop
ment of Moral ('ha racier." before the
geneial sessi n; Siiperiiitendi'iit ,?. W.
Dint-mo re. of Kcairlce. Ne ir.. u.pon
"Th Yiees of ( hildhood and Nouih."
be I ore the d'hision of elenientarv cd.il
ealion, Mr, J, W. Crabtrc . inspector
of accredited aeUnvds of the Univeivitv
of Nebraska, will read a paper heifore
the dh'ision oT secondary educaltlon.
entitled, "Shoiihl Airlt.h'invtic. lUnlsh
Orainmar, Ocograplry. and lllnftwv of
the "nited Stales, lie Uevlewed In' tlhe
lliirli Seliools." ..,,n. 11. 11. Shedi.l.
shhind. Neb., will deliver an nddrctwli
before Ihe school ad'inlnlstirnllon TI-1
vision upon "Duty and Function of
.Hoard Tie In vo to .-(d-ctlron Tevii
The Woman's Xelirnskan, nT 22.
o. imbed down by way of tlheiv impro-
i'-iOLjJiTiiligwi iimiiiV Vtvi iYv1 .' ii UiyiiU.
s r swTOjrirwnTwsireff nTTnsCT&iVnTIIcTr
University Contests Held in
Connection with the Inter
I'Vfcl da,v Hnturdtij w;i hoW in
coitjiinetion w It'll the imterHehoUistie
I'ontestw and from sevenil points ot
ixl, it Wllll ,u.L.,Utl a sueeess. Oml
jono ,mv,.rs-i't record was bwken.
i,,,,. 1n,.0 mnnwr r entre.es, and the
i,u.N,Uvrivnc(, of ,,i, eontestnntK, much
(ii,Veultv was exiierieuced. CHwlit for
t,K, .,icejls r Mre uu.et is due in a
jlnr(, degree to Dr. ClemlanlN, Dr.
!ii!Wting. audi Managvr ltatr.
nentriiee. Crete, Onniha, North
IMatte, York, flewwnl, ami lank?oln
hifyh schools were entiered in the in
teivihvi!ai.".1,ie ineet. Lineohi ctirriiil
off ilrt Imuiors with Oiua'hn a close
The tiiw'l heuts of the interholas
tie conte.-l resn'.tleil as follows;
One hundred ,vanl diisJh Iteynolils.
hlneoim, and rainter, Omu'ha, lied for
lirst., 11 1-5 second; lrelandi, (ii-te.
second; Fountain, York, third.
i lldnninig high jump Paitnter, Oma
ha, and 1 rein ml, CreWa, 18n1i for tliiNt,
4 feeU 10 inches; De I'utron, l.imivln,
second, 4 feet, S inches.
p()1(, u,;t Painter, Oinahn, tli-st, 0
feet: Johnson, Ijineoln, swondi, s ftet,
9 inches; Heard. Lineolm, third, s feet,
Half nuXe run lligbee, CVete, first,
2 minutes 19 1-5 seconds; HHiediot,
Lincoln, secould, 2 minute?, 22 3-1 "
seconds; C. Graiham, CiHJte, thinl.
Two huiwlred and tiwenty yard dash
i;0mio1(Ls Linco'lu, ilrsk 51 1-5 sec
onUi; Thoiun.-, Omaha, second, 5S 2-5
seconds; llnwlibv, Crete, third, (il 1-5
' Shot if ii t (12 pounds) llnrvej, Sew
ard, fiht, 119 feet; Charleston, Crete,
220 yard lninl'lc 1X T'ulttron. Lin
coln, first, :.U) 1-5; Ueeil, Oimiha. suv
ond. .12 1-5; Uaymond, Linco'lu. tlhiinl.
Mile run - LelUmei. Onniha. tiist.
5:11 :i-5; Wlhitcoinh. York, seeond.
On 'ill i. lir--i
(- 'I. i?
t. is feet; Fuller. Crete,
lei t. T im lies; Si-dtj'w ek.
Hi feet, tl inches.
n '.av race -Lii'icolu. lir t.
(..iii ..i --H) I. .;. i'.i, ( mu,
( onti'si.ants. Lincoln. Ka
lieaediel. Po'liiv ir, De l'uti-on.
: Omaha. I-'.i i brother, Heed.
I ho'mas, I'iiinler; l rele, lir.i-
ban.. Hi'w'ih, Diuke. Ful'ler. TidibaM.
'I. iiil numdier of points: Lincoln,
.19: Omaha. .15; Crete. 20; York. 7;
S.'wanl. 5; Hcatn ice. 0; North l'l.itte.
0. Fir-1 p'jnce in an event counted
live pciuis, siccond, .three; third, one.
Tihie Liiico'.n 'teaim ws pre-cuiled wltii
a handsome sdlk bntiuer as the winner
of tin meet.
i Ihe events and lesults for tlhe
luir.ld" llcirtt first.
son ml C
I 'I ih jump W. I'l.
Ii ibuiv lied for firs
Keldog'g second. -1
A n 1 1 re-
. 5 ft i-ti
put,' I!. D. iidrewiin first.
PriesitJ second, :SS,
put Lemur IliK 33 fecit,. 10
Hrew si'cond, 33 feet, fouir
Wal'lnce ilii'nl. 32 f"et, in
mi II. D. nidreson fli-vt
:T. 2-5; AV. l. VudroHou second,
:24 2-5; I'illsibutv third. :24 3-5.
Illinimer tlhrow. -iitlin oniiiU -Drew
lirst, 101 feet, 7 inches; Wtil'laco
econd. ss feet, io inielhw; Lcmiiir
third, ss iVet. s inches.
Iliiniiiing broad jiiniin--Henl di ib
first, 20 Iwl, 1 1-2 inichos; V F. m
dreson second. 20 feet, 1 Inch; IVpoon
llilrd, 17 fwt. . Inchi'N.
Discus throw "Wit IImoo first, mo
feel). 9 incite: 1'illsfbiiry wimuK 97
Half mile run I)'rfi4twl to OowgiHl
on aecoiinit of tardine, of otdier con
lestmnm in appear.
220-yard h'urdlc Forfeited to I'cp-
" .'ii iii'wini't of sick'tie.'. of other
coritevtanu lionet t.
in van it iienedici mud pii'Uirv
0 reet. 0 Inehe-i: Kell.o.go ,,!, h fl.(;t
0 Inches; Mouck Uhllnl. 7 feet. 0 incUies
Ofl'li-liiC for the da :
Olcrk of tdie course. Dr. Cleinicnds;
asslstonit-, iMh Berry; refenw(v Tr
Continued on piiko 4,
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