The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 14, 1901, Page 2, Image 2
rsm: '.:Y. fcSS ' , .'i. mSm&wmiM&m The Nerraskan-Hesperian second, McGomb; third, Rccdy. Timo, 10 2-5 seconds. Bullard also ran tho 100-yards In 10 4-5 seconds. 220-yard dash: First, Reynolds; sec ond, Harris; third, Spafford. Time, 23 3-5 seconds. 120-yard hurdle: First, Mouck; sec ond, Briggs. Time, 19 2-5 seconds. 220-yard hurdlo: First, Mouck; sec ond, Briggs. Tlmo, 30 2-5 seconds. 440-yard run: First, Cowglll; sec ond, Reedy; third, Allen. Time, 55 seconds. One mile run: First, Mundorf; sec ond, Manning. Time, 5:02 2-5. Half mile run: First, Carr; second, Mundorf. Time, 2:10 4-5. Polo vault: Johnson, Kellogg. High jump: Kellogg, Millson, Do wart. Hammer throw: Tobln. Shot put: O'Connor. Discus throw: Tobln. Broad jump: McComb. COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. Tho program for commencement week has been announced as follows: June 4 to Juno 7, final examina tions. Juno 8, Saturday, final recommen dation by faculties for degrees. June 9, Sunday, 8 p. m., baccalau reate sermon, In tho university audi torium, by Chancellor Andrews. June 10, Monday, annual address before the college of law, 8 p. m., to be held at the Oliver theatre. Governor C. S. Thomas of Colorado will deliver the address. His topic is "Tho Mod em Lawyers." June 11, Tuesday, class day, 10 a. m. Senior class play in the Oliver theatre. 12-a.-ai.,-rMinIon.and.dinner of class of '96. 3 p. m., meeting of Nebraska branch of association of collegiate alumnae at 1618 L street. "Study in Foreign Universities" will bo discussed. 4 p. m., annual meeting of the board of regents. 8 p. m.f commencement concert at Oliver theatre. June 12, Wednesday, alumni day 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., class reunions and dinners not announced for other days. 2 p. m., Phi Beta Kappa oration by Chancellor Andrews. Topic, "Green Nationalism and Homo Rule in the Fourth Century B. C," the university auditorium. Tho address will bo tol lowed by the annual banquet. 3 p. m.f alumni business meeting, university auditorium. 4 p. m., sixth annual report of the chancellor before tho alumni of the university, university auditorium. 7:30 p. m., alumni address in uni versity auditorium, by Rev. R. L. Marsh, '84, of Burlington, la., upon "Tho Ground of Fellowship." The dedication of the alumni organ and tho presentation of it to the university authorities will take place at " this time. 9 p. m., alumni banquet at the ar mory. Juno 13, Tuesday, twonty-ninth an nual commencement. 10 to 12 a. m., commencement pro cession, commencement oration by Hon. Brooks Adams of Washington, D. C, and conferring of degrees. 2 p. m., annual session and luncheon of the university council. 8 p. m chancellor's reception to tho public, art rooms, library. tho great' number of Dickens' char acters aro as familiar acquaintances. To such friends, whose, most delightful memories weave themselves about the fireside reading of Dickens' Inimitable characterizations, who have laughed with Pickwick and wept with Little Nell, tho entertainment to be given Friday night, May 17th, will be most enjoyable. The scenes from Dickens will bo presented by the Chapln Union of All Souls' church. Twelfth and H streets, at 8 o'clock. FKOGRAM Music, Selected; Quartet, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Butler, Messrs. House and French. 1. Scene from "Martin Chuzzlewlt:" The Falling Out of Salrey Gamp and Betsey Prig. Salrey Gamp Mrs. E. S. Williams Betsey Prig Mrs. H. W. Kelly Music, "Henry VIII. Dances; Mor ris Dance, Shepherd's Dance, German; Miss Ina Ensign. . 2. Scene from "David Copperficld," Mlcawber's Denunciation of Uriah Heep, Wilkins Micawbcr G. E. Hibner Uriah Hcop R. C. Roper David Copperfleld F. M. Lucoro Mr. Dick Dr. Stanhope Tommy Traddles Wm. Shear Betsey Trotwood....Mlss Edna Eaton, Mrs. Heep Miss Ivy Bolshaw Agnes Mrs. F. M. Lucoro Music, Selected ; Quartet, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Butler, Messrs. House and Frolich. 3. Sceno from "Nicholas Nlckleby," The Wooing of Mrs. Nickleby by the Demented Gentleman from tho Next door, Mrs. Nickleby .. ..Miss Jean Tuttle Kato Nickleby Miss Bernice Wort Gentleman from Next Door Claude Hinman Guardian I. H. Hatfield Music, "Ballet de Rosamunde," Schubert; Miss Ina Ensign. 4. Scene from "Pickwick Papers," Trial Scene, Bardell vs. Pickwick, Sergeant Buzfuz O. W. Meier Sergeant Snubbin F. G. Hawxby Sam Weller Si Past Mr. Pickwick Claude Hinman Thos. Gofiln Jno. Love Judge J. F. Boomer Clerk A. L. Chase Mrs. Bardell Miss Ethel Marsh Mrs. Cluppln Mrs. Dr. Stanhope Master Bardell Master Hill Jurors. Admission will be 25 cents. THE DICKENS! In theso days of ultra-reaHsmTit Is not, perhaps, considered good literary taste to declare ono's self an admirer of Dickens. However, there are many old-fashioned folk, or new fashlonod folk with old fashioned ideas, to whom LAW BOOKS J. W. Verdon, Hgent West Publishing Company 615 American Bonk Building, Kansas City, Mo. Please send nil orders and inquires for law books to this office. We are trencrnl dealers in law books, both new and second hand, get our prices before purchasing. J. W. Yernon, Hgent )JIVWVVVVVVVV.?K W EWING CLOTHING CO. III5-III7 0 STREET LINCOLN, NEBRASKA We are showing- the Largest Line of Suits in the City at $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00, $18.00, and $20.00 I i See the Stein -Bloch Co.'s Suits at $15.00, $18.00, and $20.00 $ They are Handsome. In Unfinished Worsted and Cheviots. $ In All the New Shades. t 2 I Z We are selling White Duck Pants at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, and $1.50 All Sizes i $ fwwwW4vnswwwW4ttw EWING CLOTHING CO. DR. WILSON'S SCHOLASTIC RECORD. The scholastic record of Dr. Wilson, the principal of the Lincoln academy, is as follows: A. B., Denison university, 1881, and A. M., 1884; B. D., Baptist Union Theo logical Seminary, 1884; Ph. D Yale university, 1889; professor of Latin ai'd Hebrew, So ithwestern Baptist university, 1890-92; prcpident of (Jrand Island college, 1892-'93; in structor In Latin, University of Ne braska, 1893-'94; adjunct professor of Latin and instructor in Hebrew, Unl vorsity of Nebraska, 1893-'94; adjunct professor of Latin and Hebrew, Uni versity of Nebraska, 1894-'95; instruc tor In Latin at the Morgan Park acad omy of the University of Chicago dur ing the summor of 1895; associate pro fessor of Latin language and litera ture. University of Nebraska, 1895-'9C; Instructor in Latin at Chautauqua, N. Y., during the summer of 189G; as sistant professor of Latin, Lewis in stitute, 189G-98; graduate student In Latin at University of Chicago, 1898 '99; assistant professor of the Semetic languages, University of Nebraska, 1900. 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