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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1901)
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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN.
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TDE DAILY NEBRASKAN
t-Btwapapar davotod to the lntarasti of tha
University of Nebraska.
Published at 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PTO. CO.
t, W. Crabtroe, President.
J. I. Wgr, T. J. Hewott, E. W. Washburn.
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Eatorcd nt tho post ofllco at L nroln, Neb.
its Bocond cIiihm mull mutter.
Nebraska Is to bo congratulated on
tho trio of men she has chosen to
conduct football affai-s next year.
Tlio rofcnMon of Coach Uootli, Jn
sures a man at the head of tho train
ing work who cannot bo surpassed in
tho west. Tho past two'seusons havo
demonstrated his ability In his Hno
and havo tended to increaso moro and
more-the confidence of ton men in him
His Intimate acquaintance with tho
mon and the student body In general
makes him an invaluable adjunct to
Nonraska football circles.
Captain Westover owes his reelec
tion to trie fact that durlnir tho last
senson ho proved himself to do ono of
tho nccossarles. No ono connected
with football In any way worked
liaraorand accomplished moro for tho
successful lssuo of tho season than he.
Ills hard vigorous nlav that would
not givo up under tho most adverse
circumstances together witli his nat
ural talont, won for him tho roputa
tlou or being one of tho best tackles
in tho west. With Captain Westover
at tho head of tho team Nebraska
may feel sure that nothing that will
tend toward making tho season a suc
cessful ono, will bo leit undone.
While Mr. EukcI is comparatively
new in football ciroles in tho Univor
sitr ho has had. oxperionce that has
demonstrated his ability as a busi
ness man. Boforo coming tu the Uni
versity lie managed a team at Omaha
and ho was manairor of the Univer
sity track team for a season.
With these men at the head Ne
JbrflSKa football ought to experience
its most successful season next year.
PROFESSOR FREDERIC W. .TAY
LOR AT THE ST. LOUIS
Tho World's Fair Uulletln, a publi
cation put out in tho interest of tho
Loulsana Purcbaso Exposition has
tho following to say of a formor
membor of too faculty of tho Uniror
lsty of Nebraska:
"Mr. Frederic W. Taylor, formerly
professor of horticulture in tho State
University of Nooraska, later super
intendent of flgrloulturo, horticulture
and forestry at tho Omaha Exposi
tion, and moro recently at tho Pan
American, is now In St. Louis where
ho lias taken up work In connection
with tho Loulsana Purcbaso Exposi
tion Company's l)ooartment of Agri
culture. Mr. Taylor was the son of a
pioneer horticulturist or Iowa, and
was brought up to the business. Af
terwards his promlnenco in tho nurs
ory business In Nebraska lea to his
call to a professorship in tho State
University. Ho was sent abroad sev
eral times by the ..government for
scientific pomologloal study and his
duties at tho Pan Amerioan and in
connection wifch the Paris Exposition
nave given him a very broad special
training in exposition details and
features. Ho Is still a comparatively
Tiiung man, having been born In
Y. W. C. A. CALENDARS.
Tho culondars gotten out by tho
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion will bo on sale Thursday and
Friday In tho Library Hall. The
calonnars are prettv and considering
the artistic work, very low in prico.
They are in two colors gray and
brown and consist of threosheots and
a cover. Pictures f tho Chancellor
and of tho buildings together with
typical University scenes designel by
two ot tho girls adorn tho pages.
Students should bo suro to see them
when thoy start out to look for
C liristmaB presents.
Dr. Fling will address tho class
pedagogy Thursday aftornoon.
In Great Variety
Cull and see us before
you go home.
Lincoln Crockery Co..
135 South 12th Street.
A TALE OF A HAT.
A good storv Is told about a senior,
whoso name must for obvious reasons
bo withheld. Tho talo goes that he
borrowed a senior cap from a frat
brother to protect hira from the
Btorm, as lie went to tho library
night before last. Tho sight of the
cap. iving calmly on tho table beside
tho austere senior, naturally excited
tho onvy of an avaricious junior, and
long before tne librarian tapped tiie
bell, tho cap was safely stowed away
on tho Junior's shelf of trophies.
The senior, becoming alarmed at
the consequences of his loss, tele
phoned to his frat brother to send
relief in the shape of a new hat. To
indicato their great loyalty unaer
such adverse circumstances they im
mea lately despatchea a straw hat re
sembling tho 5-cent hat that tho
ubiqultus bare-footed boy wore just
bef' ro school opened lanTTfalir In
fourth act the senlor-olothed m-a-fur-overcoat
and a straw hat. was seen
crossing O street with a pair of co
eds clinging to his arm. There was
undoubtedly a fifth act on his return
to the house but particulars of the
same aro out given.
Some of tho electrical engineering
students havo fitted the machine
shop with electric lights and connec
ted them with tho University light
ing plant). Hereafter the elements
will uavo no control over the enthus
The Swellest Creations
Mufflers, Ties, Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes
sweaters, JNight Gowns, Pajamas, Shirts.
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U3$"jind pants now.
We have a full line of first class
goods ready to maxo up.
ChII and look it over.
Nebr. Pant and Suit Co.,
143 North ThirtAPnth
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Several new students are oxpeoked
to register H tho bchooi of Music
(after the holidays.
t Hill & Co.
clean your suits wUIiIi0TlsvF7cS
1222 0 Street.
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
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Thursday and Friday
The regulat prico of the autograph edition is 81.25. However wo
have quite a number of this edition and only a few of tho regular
til it ion left. Hence this offer for today and Friday.
No. 1 of the autograph edition was awarded Monday to W. T.
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