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IO )iL EDE AYMonroe And Lamont Finish Second i I
And Third Respectively; Winner's freshman basketball practice Isp m iy rD i01n
Time Is 15:1 5will start next Wednesday night
at Waterman gymnasium under
60 HARRIERS IN MEET the tutelage of Coach Ray Fish
er. The preliminary practice Four ur Ieuuzs Hve Lost one (ane
will consist in team scrimmage, Each 'An( Are ied For Ftirst
Ted Wuerfel, winner of the fresh- various combinations taking the' Eatandr
man cross country run held yester- floor. S
day afternoon in the time of 15 min- Frequent cuts will be made
utes, 25 seconds, was not able to until Coach Fisher has reduced Conference teams will swing into
brea the course record as expected, the squad to a workable size and action today in games that will have
due to the poor condition of the track then practice will be switched a great bearing on the final standing
and the strong wind. Monroe came from the gymnasium to the field in the Big Ten.
in a close second in 15:27, closely 1 house. Until practice is trans- At present there is somewhat of
trailing the winner up to the finish ferred to the field house four
line practice sessions a week will be a mess in the standing. Minnesota
Out of the field of sixty starters ( held, all at night. Ihasplayed but one Conference game
Lamont took third place in 15:39, fol- L _andi, tied that and thus if they win
lowed by Goetz and Aubrey in fourth their two remaining games they will
and fifth places respectively. The l have an undisputed claim to the title.
first 15' men finished in the followingIL I oever this is highly improbable as
order: Perrine, sixth, M. E. Smith, h-y-ayaiw todandyboth these teamsgare
Wint, Lowery, Crowley, Simpson, f 7oner tkandabyththaseteamoa-
Winslow, Watson, Caine, and Yost, the tro e than anything that the Gop-
fifteenth mLanI me tus frtis season.
fifteenth man. lFlORI B IG.TE HI "'I Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern and
The first six men to finish received Wisconsin have all dropped one Con- i
their numerals. In addition to this ference game apiece and they are
reward the first three men 'are pre- Illinois X-couitry Team Will Sehk 'tied;r the premier position in the
sented with cups. Calkins and Fletch- Reenge A inrst 1Iv )and ' Bijen 'as Minnesota with but one
er offered a shaving set to the win- Ohio Here Nov. 21 tie is considered as having a percent-
ner while Pratt and Dunn gave a page of zero.
dress shirt to the second man, and WHITE IN SHAPE AGAIN This afternoon there are but three
Moe's Sport shop contributed a sweat _ _Conference games, the other four
shirt to the third man. teams meeting outsiders. Michigan
The intramural department award- A J. 'will stack up with Ohio State and the
ed movie passes, by courtesy of the Of The Daily Illini Wolverines will attempt to pile up a
Majestic management, to the first ten URBANA, I1., Nov. 13.-The Illinois big score. Northwestern meets Pur-
men to finish excluding the three cross country team, with nothing but, due.a Lafayette and the Boilermak-
leaders. defeats chalked up to its credit s" ers may hand the Purple squad some-
The :record for the 2 7-10 mile far this season, is looking ahead to .hing unexpected. Northwestern has
course, starting on Volland and Wash- the annual Conference championship Pts best chance in many years to fin-
tenaw, is now held by three men run at Ann Arbor, Nov. 21, as the ish in the running for a title and they
in the time of 14:47, 'Hornberger, time when it will get a chance to get will undoubtedly put up a terrific
Davis, and Isbell being the joint some of the proverbial revenge. struggle.
holders. Had the course been in bet- In this connection the Illini are Iowa meets Minnesota at the lat-
ter condition', it is I almost certain aiming at Iowa and Ohio more than ter's home grounds this afternoon
that Wuerfel and Monroe would have at Michigan, for the members of the and the strong Ilawkeye aggregation
established a new mark. squad, while confident that they can will strive their hardest to wipe out
Wuerfel in practice sessions this defeat the Hawks and the Bucks, have the defeat at the hands of Coach Lit-
fall has made the course in 15:02 and a great deal of respect for the Ann tie's Badgers Saturday.
Monroe,,runner-up in yesterday's run, Arbor runners. Iowa took the Illini The powerful Green team travels.
has tw~ibe run the course in 15:06. down Oct. 31 by a score of 18-37, and west to meet Chicago on Stagg field
Coach Farrell of the Varsity track the Urbana athletes aren't forgetting in one of the most important inter-
team acted in the capacity of timer, right away. It was at Iowa, too, sectional battles of the year. As yet
with Prof. H. C. Carver of the Mathe- that Harold White, the best runner Dartmouth has not lost a game and
matics department in the role ofref- around these prairies, slipped on a they are the favorites over Coach
eree. Coach Furnass, freshmamimen- steep hill and was put out of th -tagg's charges, although 'the Mar-
tor acted as judge. The latter was race. White was barely able to get oons have been keyed up for the bat-
very much pleased with the turn out into shape for the triangular meet tle and should give the team from
for the event, 60 men out of a squad here Nov. 7, and managed to cop only Hanover a stiff fight.
eighth place. But he is in shape Wisconsin opposes Michigan State
Muh 2 prospective Varsity material again now and is showing everyone coleg4 at Madison and the contest
was unearthed in the 1929 aggrega- that he is the best runner in recent should prove a victory for the Badger
tion. Wuerfel, Monroe, Lamont and years who ever collected a stone- team. However, the upstaters have
Goetz all appear to be real Varsity bruise for Coach Harry Gill. a al e aggregation this year which
and houd ad sbstntilly With White in shape, tie Illini be-j was s on;,in their battle with Col-
material and should aid substantially lieve that they can defeat both Ohio gate when they held the Eastern out-
in bolstering the Varsity in future and Iowa, but when Michigan and fit to. two touchdowns. Rose Poly
years. Wisconsin are mentioned, even the (ravels to Bloomington to meet the
most enthusiastic of them have a Hoosiers and the game will probably
lPTON I J P CONTIN1glum look. Michigan and Wisconsin be interesting, with Indiana coming
seem to be the best bets, with tne out on top.
Badgesr holding an edge, due to the Red Graige will make his last ap-
1 19Y-lI'[10)SS victory they have over the Wolve- Pea nce in the Illinois Memorial
ines. Coach Gill expressed his opin- starnm when the Suckers clash with
ion that Wisconsin would be a hard Wabash. Coach Zuppke is looking
team for any of the Big Ten squads forward to a victory, although Wab-
The remaining two games on the to beat. ash possesses one of the strongest
football schedule of Boston university No captain has been chosen yet by teams in their history.
will be played under the "play-period" the Illinois men, due to the fact that.
system instead of -stop-watch timing ol one veteranlzeturned from last L~
if the opponents agree, according to year.He,howernteliboaFreshm an
a statement made recently by Head become captain, not having won his Tm Wn T
Coach Charles Whelan. Hl"I.yCs " The board of administration has 1.
Providence college and Holy Cross taken special action, however, and ea z 1-6,T i
are the remaining opponents of the the Indians will appear with a lead- For Services
Terriers and will be asked to use the er Saturday, Nov. 21.
system in the contests. The squad as a whole has shown a
Last Saturday the system was used decided imnrovement since the be- As a reward for their work on the
in the game between Boston univer- ginnig of the season, when Coach Gillootball field during te fall training
sity and Brown, with the approval of i was none too enthusiastic over the season, the all-freshman teams in
the intercollegiate athletic officials, ; prospects. White was the only out- previous years were given a trip to
Coach Whelan was much satisfied standing man, but since then McEl- one of the Conference football games
with the success of the plan and wee, Dickinson, and Fairfield have on the Michigan schedule.
would like to see it introduced into turned out to be good hill and dalers. In 1919 the fraternities on the cam-
all collegiate football games. McElwee and Dickinson finished right pus subscribed to a fund to send the
By the system a certain number of behind Hornberger and Briggs in the all-freshman team to the Michigan-
plays must take place in the game re- triangular meet here. Chicago football game at Chicago.
gardless of time. Thus stalling can- The various organizations on the cam-

nttkplcatacritical; moment NE pus subscribeed to a sum of more than
not take place at aNEW YORK.- Earl Pottinger, for- s
bscribwhic wa usd to pay thanx
where a short delay will end the game. ?ner Ursinus football star but now $ 00 which was used to pay the ex-
The system also has many other good wearing the moleskins of the New penses of 15 men chosen by Coach
Mvather to represent th-e class of '23
features. York Giants, broke his leg in a pro fotall tes Goe clo 'a3
game at the Polo grounds Tuesday. football team. Goebel, who was
BOSTON.-"The first 25 years are The break was not discovered until elected to captai the Varsity in
the hardest" in the opinion of Fred today wen X-ray photographs re- and Cappon, now assistant to Coach
the he -aypoogah harest inteooiaiYswr mogtoesl cht
Low, Unicorn Country club profes- vealed the fracture. Yost, were among those selected to
sional. Low has just joined the hole- make the trip.
in-one club after failing during the DES MOINES.-Plans to increase The campis in 1922 gathered a
last 26 years he has been playing the seating capacity of the Drake large sum of money to send a repre-
golf to pass the initiation test. He field house to 4,000 have been approv- senvation from Coach Fisher's re-
sank a long drive for a score of one ed by members of the Drake Stadium serve squad and a delegation from
on the 16th hole which, though bunk- corporation. Plans have been made the freshman team.
ering, is almost an island green. for the construction of a. 12 lap track There is now a Conference ruling
with a 60 yard straightaway, a large which says that not more than 35
NEW YORIK.-New York promoters basketball court and a number of men may be sent by the athletic as-
are waiting to hear from Jack Kearns handball courts. sociation of any member of the Con-
now in Los Angeles, regarding a ference, thus preventing the Univer-
welterweight championship fight be- NEW HAVEN, Conn.-There is no sity from rewarding the yearlings
tween Mickey Walker and Tommy likelihood that an eastern football with a trip to an out of town game.
Milligan of England. The fight has conference similar to the Western!

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Six Races Listed
For Penn Oarsmen'
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 13. - The
University of Pennsylvania crews l
have a pretentious schedule next sea-,
son and the new mentors at the Red
and Blue institution, Fred Spuhn and
Max Luft, will be given every oppor-
tunity to fully test the Washington j
stroke, which will supplant the stroke
used heretofore by Penn oarsmen.
-Penn's varsity is entered in six
races, and the Jayvees and freshmen
will pull blades in five intercollegiate
events. The precedent of competing,
in two major races within 72 hours
will be set when the Penn shells take
off in the Child's cup regatta on Mayl
29 at Princeton, and then enter its
varsity eight in the American Henley
on May 31 on the Schuylkill river.
From present indications the Syra-I
cuse and Pennsylvania eights will be
the only college entries in the Amer-
ican Henley, while Penn Athletic club1
very likely will enter its shell for the
Steward's cup in this event .
The Midshipmen compete with, Penn

in the inaugural race on May 1. A WATERBURY, Conn.- Daniel 0'-! because of an injury to his leg, has
week later the Penn crews will com-Neil of Holyoke, Mass., was reelected i been reinstated by Commissioner
pete against Yale and Columbia atrpresident and secretary of the East! Landis.
the Derby in a triangular meet. Much ern Baseball league for another five
interest is being evinced over this i year term at the annual meeting of Fd
race as the winner should be rated 'the league directors here Dennis . For

as one of the strongest crews in th
The Athletic association an-
nounces that they have a num-
ber of student tickets left over
for the Minnesota game to be
held Saturday, Nov. 21. These
tickets will be held until Mon-
day when they will be placed
on public sale. Until then, any
student can buy them whether
or not he has placed a previous
On Monday, after all student
applications have been #lled the
remaining tickets will be dis-
posed of in a general .sale held
in the Administration building.
- Business Manager.

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In Black and Tan Calf
with heavy soles
The "Andy"
In Light Tan Calf
medium weight
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treasurer for a one year term. com'plete shut-down of all factories
here Wednesday when an Armistice
CHICAGO.-First Baseman Joe Ha- day celebration started spontaneously
user, of the Philadelphia Americans, in one of the factories of the Chevro-
who was on the voluntary retired list let Motor company.
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