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January 08, 1921 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

History Given 'Of
ichigan 's Sports
(By R. C. A.)
A wealth of interesting information
concerning Michigan athletics is con-
tained in Wilfred's Shaw's recently
published book, "The University of
Michigan." He devotes one chapter of
his work to the history of sports in
the -fniversity, giving a brief sum-
nary of each activity from its incep-
tion to the present time.
The author, by reason of his position
as editor of the Michigan Alumnus and
general secretary of the Alumnf asso-
ciation, is eminently qualified to dis-

cuss Michigan's *athletic history. His
treatment of the subject is complete
without being unnecessarily lengthy.
He touches on the important and espe-
cially interesting incidents in the his-
tory of each sport, not forgetting to
remark particularly brilliant individ-
ual performances.
Moreover, Mr. Shaw discusses Mich-
igan's athletic situation in general, her
relations with the Conference at dif-
ferent periods, and the part which the
University has played in the country-
wide development of athletics. A note
of warning is sounded at the close of
the chapter which most readers will
acquiesce in. The author warns against
a too great interest in the "big games"
and the Varsity teams to the exclusion
of personal participation in athletics.

'WISCONSIN SCHEDULE
DISAPPOINTS COACH

BADGER MENTOR THREATENS'
RESIGN IF OHIO STATE IS
GIVEN GAME

TOI

Still Time To
BUY FINE CLOTHES
331--Oof
In reducing so radically our original closely
marked prices, we have forgotten profit, we
have forgotten the cost of doing business, we
have forgotten the original wholesale costs.
KIRSOHBAUM SUITS AND OVERCOATS
VALUES UP TO $55-Now...............$27.50
VALUES UP TO $65-Now.................$35.50
VALUES UP TO $75-Now.................$39.50
SILK AND KNITTED NECKWEAR-ONE=HALF PRICE
SILK AND MADRAS SHIRTS REDUCED ONE=THIRD
MALLORY HATS ARE REDUCED 33 1-3 PER CENT
$4.00 AND $5.00 CAPS NOW SELLING FOR $2.75

In reply to the various newspaper
reports regarding the break between
Wisconsin and Ohio State, Coach John
R. Richards of Wisconsin, yesterday
made a statement intimating that he
would resign if Ohio State is ever
placed on the Wisconsin football
schedule.
Square Deal Missing
Richards expressed his "personal
disappointment" at Wisconsin's in-
ability to schedule a game with Ohio
State, saying "that if ever a university
expected fair dealing Wisconsin ex-
pected it from Ohio," and that in his
judgment, and that of other Wisconsin
men present, he did not get it.
"I have no desire to dictate Wiscon-
sin's policy and have no authority to
do so, but I am a free agent and can
resign as soon as Ohio is placed on
Wisconsin's schedule," declared the
Badger coach.
In speaking of the treatment that
Wisconsin received from Wilce of Ohio
at the meeting of the Big Ten coaches,
Richards stated that other universi-
ties re-arranged their schedules to
give Wisconsin a game, in striking
contrast to the consideration given by
Mr. Wilce of Ohio for Wisconsin, his
own alma mater.
Yost Fair to Wisconsin
"Mr. Zuppke of Illinois twisted his
schedule all about last year in order
to give us an important game in No-
vember. He did it again this year it
order to play us at all. Mr. Yost of
Michigan agreed to come to Madison
after I had consented to go to Ann
Arbor, and he re-arranged his sched-
ule in order to give us a chance to play
Illinois on the day he had fixed with
Mr. Zuppke to meet them."
" Toy Swppe" A t
Newberry Brings
joyo sTo Kiddies
Women of University Making Varied
Binds of Trinkets For Children
in University Hospitals
(By Frances Oberholtzer)
On the door a huge poster decorated
with a large white cat, with goo-goo
eyes and a checkerboard smoking
jacket bears the inscription, "Toy
Shoppe--Come." Inside the room the
wide mantle is covered with the
strangest figures. A black-stocking
kitten, with an enormous tail, stands

beside a copper-hued Indian maiden
with straight black hair. A Turkish
toweling baby is on chummy terms
with a flannelette animal of uncertain
species, with button eyes and embroid-
ered mouth and nose.
This strange place is located in
Newberry hall and University women
come there to create from scraps and
cotton-stuffing, toys which will some
day bring joy to little patients at the
local hospitals. The plan is to give
each child who comes to the hospital
for a stay of any duration one of these
toys for his very own. Materials have
been donated and the playthings
which are growing under the nimble
fingers of the workers are clever
enough and cute enough to delight
most any youngster.
One young lady embroidering, futu-
ristic eyebrows on a gingham kitten,
explained the dolls were really easier
to make than animals. Her patterns
and materials were at ,hand and the
magic of her skill and ability were
evidenced in the completed toy. Pat-
terns for new ideas, materials for
their creation, a sewing machine and
other -tools for themr making are
plentiful. The demand seems to be
constant, and if the workers continue
to volunteer the mantle parade should
display an even greater variety of
quaint figures.

We have decided to make the
folldwing discounts on our en-
tire Stock:

_ .

$100
$ 90
$ 75
$ 60

Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits

reduced
reduced
reduced
reduced

to
to
to
to

$80.00
$72.00
$60.00
$48.00

Or we will give an extra pair
of trousers in place of the dis-
count - This applies on all
orders taken since Dec. 25,
1920.

... !lnnouncement

i

J. KARL.MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Tuxedo and Dress Suits included

I - -1

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
.about the large number of her
cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE,"replied the Lioness
-"but it's a LION!
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100( Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
-they'd only be Foxes!
"Judge for Yourself-!
We call special attention
tol hirad 20s in Tin Boxes
Makr of tho XYA' t ido ukish
.. o nd! litn Cn (rt&'s in the World

MADISON AND WABASH
CHICAGO
For Immediate Clearance
Young Men s
Winter Overcoats
Former Prices Up to $8o.oo
Reduced to Close
$0
Our Representative, Mr. H. W. Naeckel, is now shoving
our compete line at very attractive prices
AT
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
Above Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store

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