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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN.
jg PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR 88
Local an Personal.
Miss Oirrlo Nlolson, '02, has boon
elected principal's nssistnn in tho
n high school. She has finish
ed tho required work In tho acade
.Lilt at Hendry's V. ' N. 11th.
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Office 1100
. O Street, Rooms 212 213-214 Rich
ards Block, Telephones 535. Residence,
1S10 G Btroet, Tolophone LQ84.
DR. BEN J. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louiso Flnnnprnn; Ofllco, 141 8outh
12th Street. Tolophone G18.
I DAVIS. 0. D. S., Dentist.
Ilridtre nnd Crown work. Ofllce
room 7, over Ilock Island ticket ofllce.
Phone 3 J9.
NEW LINCOLN KOWLINO ALLEY
rXIVERSITY STC DENTS.
Club rntes given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 130 So Tenth
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything elpe
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. ( A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
D. E. DcPUTRON
If . . .
a new Fountain Pen
remember we sell you
a Paul K. Wirt $2.00
pen for $1.25.
I Iistory Paper 6c and
7c per ioo.
Wilson & Hall
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
1123 0 STREET.
1514 0 St.
nil Student ".
This SHOULD be your PLACE
At 218 No. llth.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 113 S 12th st.
Dr. Ketchum, oorulist; masses fitted.
Omega Psi gave its annual danco
last night at AValsh hall.
An amateur fencing club has been
organized ii Lcland Stanford.
Dr. Woodward occullst. Richards hlk.
For sheet music and supplies go
to the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
3 Mr. Mathcw, bugler of Co. A last
vear lias reentered the university
The young ladles of tho Univer
sity of California have a very active
archery c ub.
Eat at'Don Cameron's ,llh so. 11th.
Columbia will probably anopt the
system of graduate coaching of its
football tam next fall.
Miss Ihirr is instructing a class or
young ladies this semester on how to
build and equip gymnasiums.
You will find all second semester
books and other supplies at Brown
Drug and Book Co, 127 So. 11th Rt.
Fred West, 'o:t, left today for Sioux
City, to visit tils brother. He ex
pects to enter journalism in some
Palace Dining hall for good meals.
The University of California Is
having an addition made to its
library that will bold some soventy
tivo thousand books.
Professor Bes-sey has posted the
grades of all the students in tho Bot
any department on tho bulletin
board for public inspection.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
An attempt will be made at tho
University or California toward the
publication of a complete catalogue of
tl graduates of that institution
and what they havo been doing
C. C. Telleson has registered for
work again this semester. He has
been engaged in the Insurance busi
ness during tho past, year.
C. E. Brown, dect'iBt. Burr block.
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
A. L. Pcarse, '00, Instructor In tho
Omaha high school Is visiting among
Ins university frlonds. Tho Omana
teachers aro having a short vacation
preparatory to the removal into tho
Dr. Woodward aurist, Richards blk
A. J. Myers has been appointed
manager of the sophomore basket ball
team. Dan McCutcheon h captain
and requests all sophomore basket
ball playors to meet for 'practice in
the gymnasium each day at 11:30.
E. L. Tobio, (Jeo. Dudley. J. E.
Campbell, '02, who finished their
acanomlc courses this semester have
returned to their homo at Ilnstings.
Mr. Tobio expects to enter tho
ministiy in the Methodist church
Mr. Campbell was elected princi
pal of schools at Ong and Ins begun
work at tint place.
Dr. Angell In a recent article dis
cusses tho question of tlio aa visibility
of having graduate o Ji.clies in football,
lie s'iys: Last semester we had alumni
acting in a semi-olllclal capacity as
graduate coaches and It seems to
the writer that tho results aro, in
the main, encouraging. Thero lias
been less friction between team and
coaches than m former years, the
coaches having won the respect and
liking of tho men. and in addition
have been tho much needed medium
for tho interaction of faculty
and student opinion. Had they
been somewhat more stringent in the
matter of discipline, it would have
been bettor. What Walter Camp
charitably termed tho " indent n
dence" of some of the men was a
stumt llngblock In the way of coac
hesTzIt s not i)robablethat the
sam", or even different', coaches,
would err again In the direction of
too great leniency. But, takenjis a
whole, the experiment with graduate
coaches seems to show that alumni
and undergraduates can work har
moniously and advatageously to
gether, "andthere isno ""reason- to
believe that, the relation might not
be more beneliclal if It were con
tUious and wlthoutjnoney and with
out price." "1" 1I
Football captains for the season of
1902 havo boon elected as follows:
Harvard, Kcrnan, halfback; Penn
sylvania, Gardiner, end; Columbia,
II. Weekes; half back; M n nesota,
Flynn, guard; Wisconsin, Juneau,
end; Michigan, Shorts, tackle; Chic
ago. J. Sheldon, half back; North
western, C. E. Dletz, guard; Nebras
ka. Westover, tackle; (Jrlnnell,
Evans, halfback; Ames, Coyo, half
back and Drake, Bates, end.
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