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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1899)
DBLOIT PLANS A CANE RUSH.
The first authorized enno ruah be
tween tho frefchman and sophomore
classes of Bclolf college will take place
Saturday, October 14, Immediately
after tho senior-Junior foot bull game.
Tho rush will be conducted according
to the rules drawn up and passed by
tho board of control this morning.
The athletic board will have control
of tho rush and will see that all ob
jectionable features are "barred. Tho
president X) tho board of control will
act as referee and tho vice president
as umpire. The freshmen will bo given '
the cane and allowed to start tho rush i
in the middle of the field at tho sound
of tho referee's whistle, and will have
ten yards start against the sophomores,
who w'll line up to meet them. The ob
ject will be to push the cane over tho
goal of the opposing side, and the class
In whose territory the cane Ib at tho ,
end of twenty minutes' rus'hing loses
tne stick. v '
Marshals will be chosen from the
upper classes to see that kicking, strik
ing with fists'artd throttling are barred.
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. GIFTS TO YALE.
By the will of Dr. Charles J. Stille,
'39, Yale university is made one of the
three beneficiaries of his estate. Tho
estate is valued at about $150,000. The
amount which will com to Yale is esti
mated at about $50,000. It Is requested I
by Dr. Stille in his will that his shall (
be held by tho university as a- per
manent fund, and that the income
shall be a permanent fund and that
the income shall be. perpetually and ex
clusively devoted to defray the ex
penses of undergraduates in history
and'polltlcal science. Dr. Stille, mak
ing these bequests, says: "I make this
bequest in grateful recognition of what
I have owed through life to my educa
tion at Yale college."
Another gift to Yale which has been
announced this summer has been a bf
quest of ?5,000 contained in the will of
the late George W. Mallory of Fair
Haven. His property is held in trust
for his wife during her life, and at her
death this sum is given to the divinity
PERSHING RIFLES MEET,
The Pershing Rifles met for re-organization
last Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. Forty-two old men were pres
ent eligible to vote. The following ex
ecutive officers were elected. L. W.
Pearson, president; Don Adams, vice
president; H. H. Roberts, secretary;
W. L. Hall, treasurer. The election of
the commissioned and non-commissioned
officers was most hotly contested,
resulting in tho selection of the follow
ing: A. L. Brown, captain; Paul Weeks,
first lieutenant; Don Adams, second
lieutenant; R. R. Ralney, first ser
geant; Louis Korsmeyer, second ser
geant; F. C. Williams, third sergeant;
Harry Swallow, fourth sergeant; F. H.
Woodlund, fifth sergeant. Tho disci
pline committee, consisting of the sec
ond lieutenant, one sergeant, ono cor
poral ,ono private and the treasurer,
will select the corporals. No corporal
being present, A. J. Collett was ap
pointed corporal by tho officers. The
committee will name tho remaining
corporals at tho next meeting. The
company meets at the armory for drill
every Thursday s. 7 o'clock..
Tho expenditure on track and base
ball last year at Leland Stanford uni
versity was $1,378.0G. On May 24 there
was $1,514.00 In tho treasury.
Tho 1898 collego graduate prize for
tho best story offered by tho Century
mapazlne has been awarded John M.
OskiBon of VInlta, Indian Territory, a
graduate of Leland university and an
Dr. Will'am P. Kane of Blooming
ton, m has beon elected president of
Wabash college to succeed Dr. G. P.
Professor Snyder of tho Unlvers'ty
of Illinois has given that Institution
$12,000, to bo used for loans to tho students.
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