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THE DAILY NIBRA8KAN
E. LEE UPDEQRAFF
REYNOLDS TURNING OUT
GOOD FRESHMAN SQUAD
Coach HoynoldB of tho frcBhman
basket-ball bugs has glvon out his list
of thoso whom ho thinks can play tho
gamo without donting tho floor or
squeezing tho ball to death. In this
aggregation of all-stars ho has aoloct
od Flnloy, Bauman and McFarland to
got in tho mix up as centers; Howe,
Shumackor, Thloson, GlttlngB, Haw
kins and Waugli aro listed as for
'wards; Mo"yor, Bockor, Aldrich, Bock,
Rool, Howard, Hudson and Andorson
aro to form tho now guard.
Men Are Winners.
According to tho coach, tho toam
from this bunch will bo ablo to lick
its weight in wildcats and can play
baskot'ball better than tho man who
mado tho gamo. "I havo soino groat
material to work with," quoth he, "and
wo oxpoct to clean up tho 'varsity or
any other champion flvo."
Flnloy is an Omaha man and played
contor for ' two buccobsIvo yoara on
winning toams. His ability is un
doubted and hlB work 1b always heady
and romarkablo for its clcannesB.
Bauman has' playod much baskot-ball
against teams, in tho majority heavlor
than ho. McFarland, tho other man
on tho contor Job, is playing for prac
tically tho first tlmo this year.
Tho rest of tho bunch aro equally
as ablo and havo had much provlous
training in high and prep bcIiooIb.
800 Los H.ydo when In need of pro
grams, monus and other printing.
Goorgo Bros., Danco Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
WINTER FOOTDALL GAME
PLANNED AT WISCONSIN
On Washington's birthday, February
22, 1912, a football gamo will bo
played at Wisconsin which will show
tho result of Coach Richards' efforts
in winter football. Tho gamo, which
will bo open to tho public, will bo
played between two teams picked from
tho mon who aro In tho wintor foot
Coach Richard's idea in having foot
ball practlco during tho winter 1b not
to keep tho regular men in training,
but to interest now men in the gamo
and increaso his material for noxt
fall. "It is impossible to build a cham
pionship team on spirit," Bald Mr.
Richards, "tho men must get out and
do some hard work."
At present tho squad is practicing
ovoryday. Tho work dono is mainly
kicking, catching, running and tack
ling. Tho squad is ' organized into
toams and regular signal drill taken
About thirty to forty mon aro prac
ticing on the squad, mainly freshmen
and sophomoros. Although fow of tho
mon havo had much oxperienco, Coach
Richards expressed the opinion that
ho had some players who can bo de
veloped into good material for noxt
Wo will seo the results when wo
meet them noxt fall.
Weber Sultorium, 1100 0 St.
Ted Marrinor, cleaner and preBBer,
Is BtlU at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. tf
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St tf
Croon's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
SIMMONS the PRINTER
Auto. 3319. 317 South lath St.
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1216 0 St.
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY. KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
Dinner Jft30 to 1:30 )Cr
Supper 5i30 to 7t30 ItvSJ
Alto CafoUrlan Styk
Do Your Laundry
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. v. MALL. Proliant
F. B. JOHNSON, Vlc-Pre.!dnt
W. W. HACKNEY, JR., Aut. Cm.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. 0. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Flan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and &
For yonr Steaks, Chop amd Quick
8crvice Visit .
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Nifcht
1840 O Street
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patroniiri Solicited
J. C. WOOD and CO.
Th Bast Is Always the Chsapsst
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GLEANERS and DYERS V.?Y
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir cut litintt m ""
$100 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank,
Cor. 10th and O.
TEMPLE THEATER 8:J5 SHARP
THE DRAMATIC CLUB
. Presents Pinero's .
Saturday, Jan. 3, 1912 Twenty-five Cents
C, . ROBERTS
1-4-4 NORTH HZ STREET
DO YOU REALIZE
These are the men that make this
The subscription price Isn't a drop
- In the bucket.
They help us; we must help them.
PATRONIZE THE MEN ON THI8
They Will Treat You Rlflht
Auto Delivery Co.
First Savings Bank
Central National Bank
BAKERIES , ;'.
Folsom " '
First National Bank ,
Y. M. C. A. Antiseptlo Barbor Shop
J. C. Wood & Co.
Lincoln Cleaning and Dye Workx
Capital City Cleaning Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co. ,
Farquabar . ,'
Flodeon & Brethouwer ' .
Mageo & Doemor
Palace Clothlug Co.
Speler & Simon
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Miller k Paine
Rudgo & Guenzel
Moier Drug Co.
C. H. Frey
Armstrong' Clothing Co.
.Mageo & Deemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoior & Simon
Rudgo & Guenzel
Armstrong Clothing Ce.
Magee & Deemer
Palace Clothing Cc.
Spoior & Simon
Rudgo & Guenzel
. Hyde Prlntery
Y, M. C. A. Spa
Miller & Palno
Flodeen & Brethouwer '- '
Dundeo Woolen Mills.
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Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
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