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1 \ - 1A%, . - . .AS A 1V S A
BIG TEN WINNER'
Besides being awarded the custom-
ary pennant emblematic of the West-
ern Gonference football championships,
future nig Ten gridiron title winners
will receive an added trophy in t3
shape of a silver football to become
the permanent possession of the elev-
en winning three championships.-
The trophy is the gift of E. C. Pat-
terson and George Ade, and the award
for the first year has been given to
Coach Zuppke's champion Illinois
team for its 1919 title.
The emblem is to be a full-sized
football- of silver, placed in a kick-off
position on a brass mound. While it
will be permanently given to the ag-
gregafio winning three champion-
ships of the Western Conference, these
championships need not come in suc-
cession. In case of a disputed title, the
trophy will be awarded to the team
which in the opinion of an especially,
appointed committee merits the honor.
Members of the winning team will
also be accorded recognition in the
way of specially designed medals.
NINETY MEN SHOOT
- FOULS IN CONTEST

AL TAYLOR WRITES
BOOK ON BILLIARDS
Al Taylor has written a book enti-
tied "Billiards for Beginners," which
is now on sale at the desk in the
Union billiard room, at 50 cents a
copy. "This book," said Mr. Taylor,
"was ,written with the intention of
giving an easily understood .explana-
tion of the method of making all the
shots in billiards and to set down a
few helpful hints of play for begin-
ners."
Thursday Potter, playing at 135,
defeated Miller, 140, who was able to
run only 106 points before Potter ran
out. This is the third game of the
Union handicap series.
De Wolf Hopper, star of "The Better
'Ole," at the Whitney theater Wed-
nesday night, made mention of his
visit to the Union billiard room, be-
.tween acts, saying that it was without
doubt the finest in the country. ,
Ross Wins 220 Yards at Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia, Monday, Jan.
'5.-Norman Ross, the American swim-
mer, won the championship 220-yard

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In accordance with Director Mitch-
ell's plan the different fraternities are
forming teams to play in the frater-
nity league. More than 40 fraterni-
ties have signified their intention of
entering the league.
Some good games should result as
there is much material on the campus
and there are some embryo stars in
the foul shooting contest which is
being held in the gym.' The games
start Monday night and will continue
on through the week until tie series is
played.
Three different courts will be used
for the games. The time of the games'
is 8:30 o'clock.
The following is the schedule: Mon-
V.4

Delta; Beta Theta Pi vs. Alpha Sigma
Phi. Tuesday: Simfonia vs. Nu Sig-
ma Nu; Theta Delta Chi vs. Monks;1
Alpha Delta Pli vs. Phi Chi.
The teams may have the courts of
the tgym for their use every day of
the week, except Saturday, up to 31
o'clock. ' '

vs. Delta

Chleago's Ball Team May Ti
The Univerbity of Chicago'
ously considering an invasion
pan by its baseball team ne
mer. The players would leave
playing along Ihe route to
cific coast, spend the summe
Orient, and return to colle
time next December. This
been made twice before.

All society orf
wishing to join
must have their

organization
the society
applications

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With a total of 90 men having tried
ates their chances at -cropping the ball in-
uad, to the basket from the foul line, tha
:her foul shooting contest being conducted
oth-. by Coach Mitchell of the Intermural
Nith athletic department is, proceeding
along lines of keen competition with
members of almost every class among
ber the high scorers. Mitchell is trying -to
the get h line on the men with the view
ere. of securing material for the different
cep- fraternity and class teams which will
fact, be organized this week.,
High scorers out of 50 trys pulled
>wn down the following: C. Wells, '20L,
)ak- 43; N. F. Lorah, '21L, 37; L. P. Renell,
3n- '22L, 35; T. Pettibone, '22E, 34; W. L.
the Bates, '22E, 32; G. Gerome, '23E, 32;
the C. C. Pietro, '23L, 30; B. F. Zinn, '23L,
the 31; Burrows, '23L, 30.
.oon The high score hung up by Wells
was seems to place him in a 'class by him-
orn- self and certainly if he can continue
of his form he has.an excellent chance to
e o' pull down high honors. The contest
the continues through today.
ger There will be some officials from the
was athletic office in Waterman gym at the
re- following hours: from 10. to 12, from
of 1 to 3, and in the evening from 8:30
with to 9:30 o'clock. The finals will be
.nds shot on Saturday from 10 to 12 in the
the morning and from 1 to 3 o'clock in
was the afternoon.

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ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YO16WMNI~
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game, which is Interesting
enough to afford real Re-rea
tipn is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played -amid clean,
decent srroundings.
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to\visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish..
You vill' find that this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes'&P ipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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SUITS AND
OVERCOATS
20 c.n OFF!
Imported Swiss Silk
Reefers
- Reduced In Price
25 Z
David Whitney Building_
Woodward'
at Park

512 ,EAST WILLIAM STREET
Block and half from Campus
THE'
ARCADE'
CAFEERIA

Nickels Arcade

Up

Hey Boy .Have You Tasted The
Fod At The ARCADE?

Pure foods
Everything
serving tables.

at low prices, prepared by, experts.
displayed on' our forty-foot steam

It ad
mbers
home
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Select .just what appeals to your own indiv
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail h

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COMMITTEE FORMING
NS FOR BOWLING LEAGUE

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ee Plans, by which a bowling tourna-
- ment composed of all campus organ-
n- izations will be held, are being formu-
es lated by the Union bowling commit-
tee.- Details concerning entries, size
he of teams, and other details will be
id announced within a few days.
n Chicago Defeats Lake Forest, 39 to 3
Ld Chicago, Jan. 8.-The Universit rof
te Chicago basketball five defeated Lake
at Forest university 39 to 3, Tuesday
night, in Bartlett gym. The visiting
team was unable to secure a single
field goal against the strong Maroon
or defense, getting one free throw in the
be first period, and two in the last. The
he first half was an exhibition of sloppy
n- basketball on the part of both teams,
ss but, Chicago took °a brace in the last
o- half. Vollmer shot five, field goals
e- I and Hinkle seven.

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