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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1898)
PiLUSBUttY Wins the O'Mahony Medal.
,. An enthusiastic audience witnessed the
outdoor Pentathlon Inst Saturday afternoon.
The handsome medal oiVered by Mr.
O'Mahony as a prize to the winner brought
well-trained men to the front. The records
Kellog, La Salle. 220-yard Hurdle Clinton,
Kellog, Lo Mars, La Salle, Pepoon, Pillsbury,
Rochen, Story, Waterman. Running High'
Jump Hurt .Towett, La Salle, Pillsbury,
Waterman. Running Broad Jump Rene
diet, Hart, Lo Mars, Pepoon, Rochen. Polo
Vault Benedict, Pillsbury, Waterman, Kol-
made were good, considering the condition of log, Jewott, Hunt. Putting the Shot Han-
the track. The officials of the contest were: n, James, Jowett, Le Mars, Stull, Turner,
lleferee, Dr. II. B. Ward; Scorers, L. S. Hammer Throw Hanson, Jewett, Lo Mars,
Ryan, William Lowrie, C. L. Allen; Judges, Pillsbury, Stull, Turin
I. S. Cutter, R. D. Anderson, B. M. LaSello;
Measurers, G. W. Snider, C. J. Allen, W. H.
Moore; Time-keepers, Dr. A. R. Hill, S. A.
White, A. A. Bischofi"; Marshal, G, J. Lyon;
Chief of course, E. A. Moore; Starter, Dr.
Hastings. The winners of the Pentathlon
were: Pillsbury, 1st, with a total of 353
points; Jewett, 2nd, 295 points: Kellog, 3rd,
248 points. The winners of the events were:
TOO-yd. dash Pillsbury. 1st, time 11 1-5 see.;
Jewett, 2nd, 11 4-5 sec; Story, 3rd, 12 2-5
dec. Hammer Throw Pillsbury, 1st, S( ft.
9 in.; Jewett, 2nd. 8(1 st. 1 in.; Hunt, 3rd,
.v7 i. ) in. Pole Vault Pillsbury, 1st, S ft.
11 in.; Kellog, 2nd, S ft. 7 in.; Jewett, 3rd,
8 ft. 1 in. Running High Jump Pillsbury,
1st, 5 It. 4 in;; Jowett, 2nd, 4 ft. 10 in.;
Hunt, 3rd, 4 ft. 7 in. Mile run .Jewett, 1st,
min. 28 sec; Pillsbury, 2nd, 5 min. 33 sec;
Kellog, 3rd, 5 min. 47 sec. Mr. O'Mahony
was so well pleased with the ovidenco of
faithful work upon the part of the contestants
that he waived the condition placed upon the
medal for this year, that of winning at least
400 points out af a possible 500. Next year,
however, the donor will adhere strictly to the
conditions stated. The valuable medal was
awarded to Mr. PillBbury.
rriio GrirlN Imlooi l?MiUilltloii.
Saturday evening, 7:30, April 30, the girls
of the gymnasium will hold an indoor pen
tathlon in the armory. This is something
entirely unique and will be the most inter
esting indoor athletic contest ever witnessed
in Nebraska. If anyone doubts that there
are athletes among girls of the University
"Gym" he will have his doubts dispersed at
this contest. One of the first athletes in Ne
braska admits that in at least one event a
co-ed has lowered his record. There are sev
eral events in which the girls can give even
our trained men pointers. If any one doubts
it let him come and see.
Miss Alberta Spurck's base-ball "men" will
play an exhibition game of indoor base-ball.
The teams have been in careful training and
the game will be close and exciting. Let tho
man who is so conceited as to think only men
can slide for bases come, ho will find there
The girls are giving this contest partly in
the interests of track athletics and partly to
secure funds to bring tho North-Western
girls' basket-ball team here next fall. We
owe the girls our hearty support in this enter
prise. They have done more for the cause of
Field Day contest, which is to determine athletics in this Universitv this vnr , tw
who is to represent us in the inter-collcgiate boys have. If the bovs would show th ,im.
jneet, will occur May 7. The following men piuck ttnd patriotism, our athletics would
reach the plane they ought to be on in a very
Beside the base ball the following are the
First year girls Rope climb; high jump
with rings; spoon race. Sec6nd year girls
Horizontal bar vault; runriing high jump
are now in training for the events: 100-yard
Dash C. L. Allen, R. D. Andreson, Collete,
Hart, La Salle, Story. 220-yard Dash An
drefton, Allen, Collete, Pepoon, Rochen.
410-yard Run Andreson, O. J. Allen, Bene
dict, Bolen, Hunt, James, White. 880-yard
Ran C. J. Allen, Bolen, Case, Hunt, Clin
ton, Reedy, Ryan, Sawyer, White, Pearse, with spring board; mat hurdles; twenty-yard
uewobv. iu-yru nuiuio ouuwu, jaiim, uasn. reniatmon proper Running high
Nothing like tliem for the money: Our $8 Shoe. Foot Form Store ISIS O street
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