DELT THETA PHI AND
SIGMA NU WIN GAMES
SECOND ROUND OF BASKETBALL
TOURNEY TO BEGIN ON
Delta Theta Phi defeated Phi ,Delta
Chi, 24 to 16, in the only game play-
ed Friday night in the interfraternity
basketball tournament. Storkman
played a star game for Delta Theta
Phi while Nattson was the best man
on the loser's team. Saturday after-
noon Sigma Nu defeated Trigon, 20 to
15, Merner playing well for the win-
ners and Ohlmacher for Trigon.
The second round will start Monday
night, with the following games start-
ing at 8:45-Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs.
Phi Delta Theta, Psi Omega vs. Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, Kappa Nu vs. Kappa
Beta Psi, Alpha Sigma vs. Kappa
Sigma. At 9:15 therewill be games
between Theta Chi and Delta Sigma
Delta, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Gam-
ma Delta, Phi Beta Pi and Beta Theta
Pi, and between Zeta Psi and Delta
Upsilon, the two highest in general
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VARSITY SPRINTERS BEAT
FRESHMEN IN RELAY
GEO. J. MOE
Varsity sprinters in an eight lap re-
lay race yesterday afternoon defeat-
ed Archie Hahn's freshman dash men
by 10 yards in 2:53 3-5 seconds. Only
one "M" man, Meese, competed for the
Varsity, the other runners being Bow-
an, Merz, and Burke. The yearling
sprinters were Morgan, Davis, Loomis,
Archie Hahn pit many others of his
runners through trials yesterday aft-
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ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1921
Tickets for the Hoppe-Peter-
son exhibition match Jan. 18, are
selling fast, according to those
in charge of the arrangements.
It istiexpected that the remain-
ing tickets will be sold short-
ly, so that persons intending to
see the match should not delay
in procuring theirs. An admis-
sion of 75 cents will be charged.
CHINA'S FAMINE DESCRIBED
BY AMERICAN AMBASSADOR
Topeka, Kans., Jan. 15.-"Famine
greatest tragedy in the history of
China, 10,000 dying daily."
In these words Charles R. Crane,
American ambassador in Peking,
China, sums up the famine situation in
Dr. Charles N. Sheldon, of this city, China. Twenty car loads already have
editor of the Christian Herald. been subscribed.
Dr. Sheldon is one of the 130 mem-
bers of the American committee to ob- Beginning Sunday Evening, Jan. 16,
tain funds for the starving Chinese. Sunday Night Lunches will be served
He is sponsering the movement in, at Tee's Dining Rooms, 805 E. Hur-
Kansas with the aid of J. C. Mohler, onSt.-Adv.
secretary of the state board of agricul-
ture, to send a train-load of Kansas Fisher'se six-piece orchestra will
corn, contributed by that state, to furnish the music.-Adv.
Cash on hand.......$ 301.75
Mortgage Loans ...... 233,195.00
Real Estate............ 398.00
Total Assets .......$239,848.75
Pills Payable ......... 51,100.00
Reserve Funds ........5,051.88
Undivided Profits ... 225.00
Total Liabilities..... $239,848.75
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