The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, February 27, 1900, Page 5, Image 5

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THE NEBRA.SKAN-HHSPKRIAN.
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HANDSOME CUP. .
To the Board of Directors of the In
tercollegiate Athletic Association of Ne
braska: Gentlemen The writer, a
graduate of Princeton, class of '78, and
much interested In collegiate develop
ment, 1b pleased to announce that tho
Farmers' and Merchants Insurance
company of Lincoln will donate to the
intercollegiate athlet.c assocla Ion of
Nebraska, under certain hereinafter
specified cond.t.ons, a handsome sterl
ing silver loving cup for the encourage
ment, among the d.fferent institutions
interested, of a proper college spirit, to
induce the participation of a larger
number of students in health-giving
athletic exercises and as an expression
of appreciation and approbat.on of the
results already accomplisned under
many difficulties. With bast w.shcs, 1 1
remain, L. P. FUN'lvHOUSER,
Secre.ary F. and M. Insurance Co.
Stipulations under which tne Farm-' Spalding's
ers' and Merchants' Insurance company ' rjff trial
iiujiiiv is uuiiuica iu iiiu inisrcuiiuiiiie
athletic assoc.ation ot Nebiaska:
1. This cup shall become tne per
manent property of ihe inst.tution
whose team wins It two successive
years.
2. It shall be the temporary prop
erty each year of the institution whose
team is adjudged the winner of the
largest number of points at the annual
intercollegiate contest.
3. The winning team shall hold it
until the next annual contest.
4. In case this competition should
be discontinued before the s ate cham
pionship has been decided tt'.s cupi
shall revert to the Farmers' auil
chants' Insurance company. I
5. An equal proportion of these
championship contests shall be held in
'Lincoln.
6. These championship meets shall
be held in accord with the rulej, events
Dr, Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
Special attention given to all Diseases ok
Women. (All surgical diseases are treated
by the most approved methods. Every con
venience for Pelvic and Abdominal Surgery
Baths for Ladles Only. Special atten
tion given to Massage and Swedish Move
ments in their most recent developments
by the trained manipulator in charge.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D., 1 1 17 L St.
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The Student's
Favorite Dining Hall
The Palace
1130 N Street
Home Gookinrj
Good Accommodations
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Athletic Goods
Officially adopted by the lead
ing Colleges, Schools and
Athletic Clubs of the country
Every requisite for Base Ball.
Fool Ball. Golf. Tennis. Ath
letics. Gymnasium. Spald
ing's Official League Ball is
the official ball of the National League and
all the leading college associations. Spald
ings"s Base Ball Guide for l'.KJO. 10 cents.
Handsome Catalogue of Athletic Sports
free to any address
1 MoT-i A. G. Spalding & Bros.,
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terested and as agreed upon by them
7. The amateur standing of the con
CHICAGO.
NEW YORK
TIBNVER.
tcntion to the various forms of ath
letics in the early s.ages of their de-
and agreements of the institutions in-4 velopmenL Lock of proper prepara
tory training has been responsible for
many sad cases of injury and for con
testants shall he beyond question and j sequent prejudice against certain forms
ev?ry effort sha.l he employed to secure
non-partisan offlc.als, nrt members of
either institution, in order that the in
terests of clean sport may be advanced.
The referee sh 11 be approved each year
by the Farmers' and Merchants' insur
ance company.
S. We ask that each Institution shall
signify its compliance w.th these stip
ulations by appending the official sig
nature expressing the approval of the
athletic board of the institution. When j
of athletics upon the part of parents
and school authorities; lack of careful
supervision upon the part of princi
pals and superintendents has been re
sponsible for much cheating, wrangling
and general unmanly conduct. It is
evident that boys have a natural appe
tite for vigorous forms of recreative
vork, and that such forms properly
controled develop individual power, in
tellectual and moral as well as physi
cal. It is true, further, that they will
have some form of d.verrf.on whether
there is no athletic board the signa
ture may be authorized by the student -we w,u or not- lt would seem tne Part
athletic association. of w!fidom therefore, to provide for
The above liberal offer should arouse them healthful, wholesome forms of j
enthusiasm among all colleges inter-, in connection with their school
rated. The college at York being added work and to win from tnem tnat oy,
to the list makes five to compete. The aUr wh,ch evcr' n Sht to ex-,
others are Wesleyan, Doane, Hasting ' as ,ts inherent r.gbt. When such
and the university. ckan ath,et,c traln,ns has V"1"'
The following letter has been sent to : tne pnys.ca. i pe 01 u.e cu, ,
.. lunn '.ili-oTi -.ni 1 t ha ninral tnnf m'ffftl '
.1.-. .... !.... t.lj.1. .r.lcs1 ni.tfftin4la tVr I "- " .,w, w.w .. v.. ...
the state by the board 0 control of the
Xebraska interscholastic athletic asso
ciation, of which Dr. J. T. Lees and Dr,
w v tiizt!nc nf tt iiniwi-ttiiv are
rnnten. giving an Invitation to Join "d "m' "? TI?
and better standards aZ scholarship In
duced. Every school In the state ought
to become a member of this association
and to hold all Its contests according to
I .trtw 9 tllA fiAir1 ff OAHrAl flV
the association and good reasons for, i"" - -
, i, i.. monai coniesis wun iiuiji""fc
the new rules of the Nebraska Inter-, .... . . ... ,.J
1 . . 7u, iin .,i,.ni ' enclosed blank and iftlurning It to the
scholastic athletic association adopted D-i.in.rni
.. . t ,i r secretary ueiure amii - 1 i hoi oi..u"
at the annual meeting In Lincoln De- -' ' ,...,. 1
I Jr, , J 1 ia . ' in any sport recognized by the board of
cember 27. mi. aUo a tony of the sps- ' fnfI1i.p.
clflc regulations of the board of control""""' ""
7 ., r MfiM fhlp In the association and to active
participation in Its benefits. Twenty
three schools have already joined the
association and most ot them will be
represented In the annual track and
field meet to be held at Lincoln in
May."
governing the conduct of athletics.
"The object of the organization is the
safe and systematic development of all
amateur sports and games among sec
ondary schools of the state. Many evils,
.physical and moral, have resulted In
jolr states from the Jack of proper at-
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new
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IReaely HtcH crjear
Goods
The new Waists, Suits, Skirts, Wrappers, etc., etc
well represented here now and everv new day adds
things to the collection. We again mention the important
fact that our season's prices won't be advanced. WE DON'T
HAVE TO ASK MORE FOR THE GOODS than usual
because we dealt with the makers, closed contracts and se
cured goods some time before market advanced.
SILKS AND
DRESS GOODS
FOULARDS
Dame Fashion has decreed that Foulards are to lead all
other light weight fabrics for the coming spring and summer
season. We knew this in time to prepare for it in a most
fitting manner and now we've got a showing of Foulards
equal in size and vaiiety to any shown anywhere. We also
have a great number of exclusive patterns ours alone be
cause of large quantity buying.
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LINCOLN, NEB.
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be University of jfRiNNesota
College of Medicine and Surgery.
The Twelfth Annual Couise of Lectures will com
mence on the Iflth day of September, lbt,J, and will
continue eight and one-half months. The course is
graded and covers a period of (our years. Medical Hall,
the Laboratory of Medical Sciences, the Laboratory of
Medical Chemistry and the Laboratory of Anatomy are
situated upon the University campus. The clinical op
portunities afforded by the hospitals and dispensaries of
Minneapolis and St. Paul are at the command of the
College. For out-door clinical service a new clinical
building has been built in a central location.
For information address
Dr. Parks Ritchie,
DEAN UNIVERSITY OF "MINNESOTA,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
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