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tion shall bo turned over to tho troas
urcr. Sec. 4. Tho treasurer shall keep a
complete sot of books showing all tho
transactions of tho corporation. Ho
Bhall receive all monoys collected for
the corporation and shall pay all bills.
His books shall at all times bo open
to tho Inspection of tho board of direc
tors, who shall audit thorn and report
to tho annual mooting of tho stock
holders tho condition of tho business
at the close of each year.
Sec. B. Whatever profits shall accrue
over and above such a sum as tho
board of directors shall deem neces
sary to hold in reserve shall be placed
at tho disposal of tho board of regents
of tho University of Nebraska.
DOANE WINS STATE MEET.
Tho state inter-collegiate athletic
meet was held' Saturday at York.
Doano College carried off first honors
with the State University second.
One state record was broken by Kel
logg, who made the pole vault at 10
feet 2 Inches. Doane led with five firsts
and four seconds. The university
team got four firsts and three seconds.
Teams from York College, Doane Col
lege, Wesleyan and the State Uni
Following are the events:
One mile run Mundorf, university,
first; PIckrell. Doane, second; Han
sen, Doane, third. Time, 4:58 1-5.
100-yard dash Ireland, Doane, first;
McComb, unverslty, second; Mills,
Wesleyan. third. Time, :10 1-5.
120-yard hurdle Wcndland, Doane,
.first; Fuherer. Doane, Becond; Hints,
Wesleyan. third. Time. :17 1-2.
440-yard dash Cunningham, York,
first; Mills, Wesleyan, second; Gear-
-Jyt gZcalyfln, Vj-Tjjmn. :56 3-5.
naif mile run MundbrrllXfrersIfyT
first; Carr. university, second; Pick
erell. Doane. third. Time. 2:14 2-5.
220-vard dash Ireland, Doane, first;
Reynolds, university, second; Mc
Comb. unlversitv, third. Time. :23 2-5.
220-yard hurdle Wendland, Doane,
first; Mlllson. Weslevan. second;
Mouck, university, third. Time,
Shot put Hints. Weslevan. first;
Shupe, York, second; Caldwell, York,
third. 34 feet 2 inches.
Running broad jump Wendland.
Doine. first; Fuller. Doane. second;
Mlllson, Wesleyan, third. 19 feet 1 1-2
Pole vault Kellogg, university,
first; Hints. Wesleyan, second; John
son, university, third. 10 feet 2 inches.
Hammer throw Tobin. university,
first; Wendland, Doane, second;
Smith, Wesleyan, third. 110 feet C
UNIVERSITY 14, NEBRASKA CITY
The baseball team won from the
Nebraska City Argos Saturday by a
score of 14 to 0. The game was played
at Argo park, Nebraska City. Dur
ing the first five innngs tho homo team
held tho university team down and
prevented scoring. After that the col
lege boys started lo score and sue
ceded in crossing the plate fourteen
times before the end of the game. A
return game will be played next Thurs
day on the campus. Batteries Argo,
Seeley and Irving; University, Ben
der and Doane. Hits Lincoln 8, Argo
C.' Errors Lincoln 3, Argo 8. Um
pire G. D. Horn.
Dr. John White left Saturday for
Germany, wherehc will spend a yearln
study at the German unlvlrsitles. Af
a few weeks' visit with relatives in
the East he will sail for Holland and
devote some time to sightseeing in the
Netherlands and Belgium, followed by
a trip up tho Rhine.
EPWORTH LEAGUE EXCURSION
TO CALIFORNIA, $45.00
Tickets on Sale July 5th to 1 3th Inclus
ive. Return Limit August 31, 1901
N. E. A, EXCURSION TO DETROIT
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Hates and Limits, Buffalo and Return,
Wili Be Announced Later
City Ticket Office Cor. 10th andOSts. Phone235
Burlington Depot 7th St. between P A Q. Phone 25
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