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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1894)
ants and visitors, will bo charged this year.
The list of events which are to take placo
Field Day will bo placed on tho bulletin
board so that all wishing to enter anv of tho
contests can begin training at once. It is to
bo hoped that many will enter and closely
contost each event. Tho winners of tho
different events, besides receiving prizes at
our socal contest, will represent tho Univer
sity at the Inter-Collegiate Field Day, which
is to bo held at Kansas City on tho 30th of
May. Tho expenses of tho delegate to
Kansas City are paid by tho K. 0. Athletic
Tho Association agreed to the program
of Inter-Collegiate Field Day as arranged
by the Kansas City Club; but strongly
recommended tho .addition of a 220 yard
run and a hurdle race and requested that tho
bicycle race bo changed from a one mile to
a two-mile run. The list of events of tho
Inter-Collegiato Field Day as arranged by
tho K. 0 Club are as follows: 100 yard run,
440 yard run, and 1 mile run; running high
jump, running broad jump, standing high
jump, standing broad jump; putting 16 lb.
shot, throwing 16 lb. hammers; 1 mile relay
race, four men, one-fourth mile to each man;
Pole vault, height; polo vault, distance; 1
mile bicycle race; base-ball throw.
Tho events of local Field Day will be
similar to those given above. Everyone
expecting to enter should commence training
soon because tho contest takes on the first
Saturday in May.
John Stontovillo, onco of '97, is teaching
at Brownville, Nob.
'92. E. P. Brown is cashier of the Grant
Bank, at Grant, Neb.
Mr. McOlavo, a last year's student, is
teaching at Western, Nobr.
'93 Jas. J. Sayor is city reporter of the
Daily Tribune at Sioux City, Iowa.
'89. Edna D. Bullock has been employed
as a cataloguer in tho University library.
Percy E. True, formerly of '96, is in tho
mercantile business with his father at Schuy
William Booso, who attended tho Univer
sity last year is teaching near Falls City,
'93. John Cecil Graham visited the Uni
versity during the recent vacation. Ho is a
"rural pedagogue" at Filloy.
George Avery, latply of tho class of '97,
was compelled to leave school on account of
poor-health. He is now in New Orleans.
Chas. Beach, formerly of '89, visited
Thos. Allen, of Lincoln, recently. Mr.
Beach has been living in Washington for
'91. William J Taylor, principal of tho
South Omaha High School, is visiting his
parents in Liilcoln. He will return next
week and resume his work.
Miss Yeda Shoppard of '95, who left
school some time ago on account of sickness,
visited friends in the city last week. She
expects to return to tho University in the fall.
'88. H. P. Barrett and wife visited tho
University during the Charter Day services.
Mr. Barrett resides at Council Bluffs, Iowa,
and is the Council Bluffs editor of the Omaha
'89. Thomas S. Allen, of the well-known
law firm Talbot, Bryan & Allen, has been
appointed assistant-postmaster of Lincoln,
Mr. Allen is an energetic, industrious young
man and eminently qualified for tho duties
that will fall upon him.
'83.' A. A. Monroe is superintendent of
the schools of South Omaha, where he has
been for noarly eight years. He has showed
considerable enterprise in building up the
South Omaha ydiools and has boon instru
mental in establishing a city library.
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