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ILLINOIS TRACK ASPIRANTS
183 REPORTI 9T GI bl Ri1Ufl E(Tl EARLY SU1TONS
Champaign, Jan. 7. - Harry Gill,
track coach at Illinois, has sounded a'

PENBERTR Y CR OSS
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er unsuccessful. Indications are that Bring the ladies, fine food, refined An Ann Arbor institution in a class
Michigan will be well represented next surroundings at the Chinese Gardens, by itself. Students especially wel-
American management (Chairey).-- come. Chinese Gardens. American
season in the hill and daleas events, Adv. management (Charley).-Adv.

there are several freshmen this year

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JEROME AND RICE CONTINUE
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caul for practice for his trackn athletes.
Despite the loss of several mainstays
of the 1920 team, Illinois expects to
be represented by a strong team this
season. The big event for the Indians
will be the fourth annual relay carni-
val which will be held at Urbana,
March 5. Notre Dame at South Tend
will be the first opponent for the
Orange and Blue squad.

Francisco Penberthy, '22, was elect-
ed captain of the 1921 cross country
team at a meeting of this year's team
held Saturday. Penberthy, who is a
hard worker, well liked by his team-
mates, has been on the team for the
past two seasons. He has always fin-
ished well up in the hill and dale con-
tests, turning in many credible per-
formances for the Maize and Blue.
Although this year's cross country
team met with several reverses, the
season on the whole was not altogeth-

Events in the all-campus foul!
shooting tourney took a decidedly
successful turn Saturday when the
total number of competitors entered
was raised to 163. The aspect of the
standings was but slightly changed,
G. Jerome and W. G. Rice continuing
to hold, respectively, first and second
places. Stone was ousted from third
position by J. C. McClure. Eight oth-
er aspirants to honors trail in vicin-
ity of the leaders and from then on
the list dwindles down to some very
low averages.
Jerome seems to have the edge on
his rivals by a good margin, for he
is four points above his closest com-
petitor. In last year's free throw
contest Jerome was entered but did
not qualify. The ease with which he
sinks the ball in the cage makes him
at least a formidable contender for
hbnors. Rice, runner up in the tour-
ney thus far, placed fourth in last
season's tournament. He also seems!
to find the basket with a consum-
mate ease which will make him end
up in the contest with a good chance,
at first or second place. The rest ofI
the 100 chances at the basket will be
given the men who have qualified next
Monday. Seven men who qualified outI
of 25 chances on Saturday afternoon
will run off the remainder of their
trys also on Monday.
Following is the list of men who
have qualified for the finals: G. Je-
rome 42, W. G. Rice 38, J. C. Mc-
Clure 36, S. W. Golinski 34, A. E.
Stout 34, H. Elliott 33, W. F. Pring-
nitz 33, L. C. Van Boven 33, F. Poin-
dexter 33, H. H. Cites 32, B. Gerber.

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who showed unusual promise.
NOTiCE-
The owners of the COLLEGE INN,
Elmer M. Stoff let and Chas. A. Merri
field have dissolved partnership. E1-1
iness. Your patronage is respectfully C o .
solicited.-Adv.
Take your Sunday Chicken Dinner -
at Chiinese Oardens. $90c. 106 South _
Main St. American management. E
(Charley) ---Adv.--
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WOMEN'S SUITS
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