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A muss meeting in the intorest of football
ball was held yesterday morning after chapel.
Dr. Hastings was elected chairman. Prof.
Caldwell was called on for a speech. Ho first
humorously told of the early athletics of the
University. Ho was proud of the fact that
he played on the first University ball team.
I To thought prisoner's base was the progeni
tor of the present game, foot ball. Ho gave
what he called historical proof of this fact.
Prof. Caldwell told the students that as a
member of the athletic board ho proposed to
stand for clean athletics. If there is ever a
time when it is impossible to stand for clean
athletics he said ho would resign from tho
board. Tho little professor was roundly ap
plauded as he took his seat.
Roscoo Pound urged the student body to
support substantially support, tho team
which is to represent our alma, matcv. He
thought tho students should realize that a
strong team could not bo put in the field with
out the support of the student body. "When
Mr. Pound finished, slips wore handed to the
students in order to learn how many season
tickets would bo purchased.
Miss Matilda B. Stowart is out oi school
this week on account of sickness.
Prof. W. D. Langworthy Taylor has mov
ed into tho Eddy house on It and 25th street.
After considerable "scrapping" last night
tho Pershings elected W. H. Qury, captain:
0. W. Weeks, 1st lieut.; S. W. Pinkerton.
2nd lieut. and J. D. Hastie, 1st sargeant.
Tho following iB tho line-up for the Ames
game today: Hisoy, c; Stringer, r g; Pearso,
1 t; Hay ward, r t; Wiggins, r e; Benedict, 1 e;
Khedd. r h; Williams 1 h; Montgomery, f h;
Cowgill, q b; Hansen, 1 g; Tukoy and Halstoad
Rev. F. W. Russell '90 was married Tues
day, October 6, to Miss Lucilo Cross of Fair
bury at the home of tho bride. Mr. Russoll
is a Presbyterian minister at Marshalltown,
Iowa, and Miss Cross is a graduate of Vasser
Col lego. The Hespkuian joins University
friends in extending congratulations.
The regents had a meeting Monday at
which considerable business was transacted.
Tho contract for tho erection of tho Mechanic
Arts building was let to Grace and Kelly. J.
D. Epos of St. John's college, Md., was ap
pointed librarian. The oiler of Mr. Bryan
to establish a permanent essay fund was ac
cepted. Tho usual routine business came bo
fore the board.
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