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..THE : HESPEBIAN
jump; running broad jump; standing high
lack: standing broad jump; potato race.
The following prizes are ofibred to tho lirst
year girls: 1st, a pair of fencing foils; 3rd,
pair of Indian clubs; 2nd, tennis racket. To
tho third year girls: 1st, tennis racket and
net; 2nd, archery set; 3rd, golf club. In the
Pentathlon proper: Gold medal, offered by
Miller & Paine; 2nd, silver medal, offered by
A. E. Spurck; 3rd, brouo modal, offered by
Perkins & Sheldon.
The following young ladies are the- contest
ants: First year Misses Minnie Guile, Sedg- .
wick, Alexander, Moserve, Andrews, Hold
brook, and Dorrington. Second year Miss
es Miller, Marie Kenedy, Whipple, and Bon
nell. Specials Misses Bohunnan, Pentzer,
Spurck, and Taylor. Base-ball team Misses
Alberta Spurck (manager'), Stratton, Guile,
Miner, Snively. Sedgwick, Andrews, Bridge,
Miller, Gillmorc, Godard, liosa, Xeidhart,
Kuth Bryan, Weal, Gregory, and Pentzer.
Miss Kuth Bryan will be Mascot. The fol
lowing ladies are to be patronesses of the eon
ter.l: Mrs, MucLeun. Mrs. C. E. Bessey, Mrs.
F. M. Fling. Mrs. Stotseuberg, Mrs. E. II.
Barbour, Mrs. V. .J. Bryan. Mrs. L. C.
Biebards. Mrs. S. 11. Burnhnm, Mrs. Dr. B.
F. Huily, Mrs. (Jeo. Woods, Mrs. E. ('. Burr,
Mrs. W. B. Ogden. Mrs. Win, Clark, Mrs.
W. W. Hastings.
Tickets are on sale at the office of the
Dv. Sherman's class in Shakespeare began
the study of King Lear on Wednesday.
The Phi Psi's gave a cotillion at the Lin
coln Friday evening.
The Pi Beta Phi held their annual banquet
last night at the home of Mrs. A. J. Sawyer
on So. 17 St.
Miss Wetzel, of Omaha, and Miss Collins,
of AVahoo, were initiated in the Kappa Gam
ma's last week, at the home of Miss Lau.
d M. Skiles, '1)2, is expected here Friday
from Ulysses to take part in the alumni
program of t'io Palladian society.
Messrs. Bert Pentzer, G. W. Kline, Weeks
and Curtice have joined the Lincoln Light
Tho first inter-fraternity base-ball game was
played last Friday between the Phi. Psi's and
Sigma Chi's. The game resulted in-a yjotory
for the Psi's by a score of M to 10.
The Palladio.ii alumni program lakes place
Friday night. A good program is assured in
tho way of talks, speeches, readings, music,
etc. Mr. T. F. A. Williams will preside.
Fred ,J. Carpenter received a telegram
Wednesday morning announcing the, death of
his brother-in-law. Ho left for bis home at
Parker, S. D., Wednesday afternoon. It
will bo impossible for him to return to. school
until next fall. -
The members of the Y. W. C. A. will serve
luncheon, Tuesday. May 3. in the Armory,
from 12 m. to 2 p. in., for the benefit of Lake
Geneva fund. Menu: Salad, veal loaf, ham,
cold tongue, sandwiches, pickles, radishes,
strawberries and cream, cake and coffee.
Price, 2f cents. Everybody requested to at
tend. The Uuiversity base-ball team started
south to-day for a two weeks' trip. Their
schedule is as follows: Manhattan, April 29;
St. Mary's, April 30, a. m.: Topeka. April
30, p. m.; Emporia, May 2; Lawrence, May
3; Columbia, Mo., May 4 and f: Marshall
town, May (J; Liberty, Mo., May 7.
The Palladian Boys' Debating Club enter
tained tho Palladian Girls' Debating Club in
Pall, hall Saturday evening last. The ques
tion debated was the elective system in our
college curieuluins. Messrs. Smoyer and
Sams took the affirmative; Moore and Perry,
the negative. After the debate the Pall, boys
opened up a good sized box of oranges and all
R. E. White, J. C. Hltchman and IS'. T. Chap)u of
the Phi Pal boys, enlisted Thursday morning.'" "'
J. F. Barrow and H. E. Clapp go witlrCompkuy
D of this aUy. - '.
A.. R. Congdon is very enthusiastic overMhe
prospeots of enlistment. ... ;i ;
A. H. Hollingvrorth, a student of the Univ.ej-jsity
last year, is now captain of Company C, of Beatrice.
6. W. Kline joined his company. ;frpm JjfeJgcHj,
C. W. Weeks and A. L. Brown both , enlisted iji
the L. L. I. Company.
W. H. Hay ward is captain of a coipimny 6 militia
from Nebraska City, who are no. w. Iriquat'teis at
Camp Saunders. . a' I wv is! '": I
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