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OFFIOEi-223 North 11th Sir met, Upstmlrm
Tho following promotions woro
made last Wodncsday in tho cadet
battalion; to bo cadot Second Lieu
tenant Company A, S.Ankor; Second
Sergeant Company D, T. J. Hewitt;
Third Sorgeant Company D, Elmer
Berry; Fourth Sorgeant Company D,
L. B, Stuhr; Fourth Sorgeant Company
B, C. A. McMaster; Fifth Sergeant
Company A, A. F. Strahorn; Fifth Soi
geant Company D, V. A. Henderson;
Fifth Sorgeant Company B, W. P. Wul
laco; Fifth Sergeant Company C, A.
C. Leo; Corporal Company B, J. C.
Guard mount practice for tho sea
son was begun last Wednesday, MarcU
Tho battalion will go to camp soma
time In May. It Is not decided yet
whore tho encampment will be but it
Is thought either Fremont or Beatrice
will bo tho chosen place.
Attention Is called o tho ruling of
tho faculty as per page 235 of calen
dar which requires that every student
shall tako a physical examination at
least once a year. Tho various gym
nasium classes having finished hours
are now open to all other students.
The entries for tho strength test con
test will close May 1. All strong mon.
should bear this in mind and help
raise the standard of athletic men of
Nebraska to an equal point with east
ern schools. Last year of the fifty
men chosen as the strongest college
men twenty-one were from Harvard
and twelve from Ameherst. The high
est score made was 1595 tho lowest
First year gymnasium men will bo
given on April 21 a contest on Har
vard series of elementary gymnastics.
Cards giving list of exercises to be
used In tho contest will be furnished
at tho office of the physical trainer on
Tuesday. Also on tho same day will
be given a contest In advanced gym
nastics open to all university men.
Exercises will be on tho high and low
horizontal bar, horso and parallel
bars. Three sets of oxorclses are re
quired two to be given and the third
a voluntary exorcise of three move
ments, The out door pentathlon will be
held on tho campus April 7. The
events to be contested are: polo vault,
hammer throw, 100 yard dash, mile
run, and running high jump.
The indoor pentathlon last Satur
was rather a spiritless affair. Only a
small audience witnessed the contest
and tho experienced athletes as Jow
ott, the Andresons, Hewitt, Wallace,
and Bullard being unable to content
no. records,, were broken, Mantz won
first placo in securing tho largest num
ber of points which was 30G.5. May
got second 305.5. Kellogg, third 293.8.
Thoso winning first places In ovents
woro: shot put, Mantz, 34.7 foot; run
ning high jump, McComb, 5 feet, po
tato race, May 1 minute 50 seconds;
polo vault, Kollogg 8 feet 10 inches;
threo broad Jumps, Hoard 28.8 foot.
FRESCOES FOR THE LIBRARY.
Tho frescoes for the library of tho
Stato University of Illinois woro un
veiled last Tuesday In tho presenco of
students, trustees and faculty of tho
university. Tho four composition sub
jects t'hoson typify tho four principal
colleges of that university, literature
and arts, agriculture, engineering and
science. "Tho Sacred Wood of the
Muses" Is tho title of the first compo
sition. It is a classical subject, con
taining about twenty-five figures, rep
resenting philosophy, poetry, music,
and art. The studies for the landscape
for this work were made In the garden
of tho Luxembourg and at Versailles.
The scene represents the classic age
and Plato, Homer, Aristotle and others
are grouped, each with his followers,
who aro earnestly learning tho lessons
expounded by their worthy masters.
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