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January 10, 1926 - Image 6

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AVI )\I; DAY, FEBRUA Y10 , 1D26


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MIchigan And WiSconIi1 S'are irs t All freshmen are to report toI

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State Follow
W. L. Pct.
Ill;igan.........3 1 .50
Wisconsin ....... 1 .750
Indiana .........4 2 .667

the physical training sections to-
morrow and Friday in Waterman
gymnasium. All freshmen en-
tering the University the second
semester should classify in oneE
of these sections.
Dr. MAY..

Ohio State......4
Chicago .........
Northwestern .... 1
Michigan will remain
in the Big Ten basket



2 .667
2 600
2 .500 4
4 .429
4 .429
4 .200
5 .167
in first placej
Y 0cC sharing

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the premier position jointly with the
University 'of Wisconsin five, at leasti
until Saturday, according to the ar-
r.ngement of the schedule of the oth-7
er Conference schools.t
Wisconsin and Michigan will not en-h
ter into competition agai until the i
end of the week when Chicago mgets
the Badgers on its home floor and the i
Wolverines journey to low City 1 o
complete their home and hi!e gamea
series with the Hawkeyes Saturday.
Indiana and Ohio State ae sharing
hon~ors in the third position, with Pur-w
due following closely with a percent-
age of .600.
Purdue may enter into a tie witht
the third position teams, meeting theg
Illinois five tonight. Ilinos did not
show much in its early games but thes
veteran team seems to have found i-
self in the last two games, and mayd
gain a victory over the Boilermakers.b
Purdue will meets its traditional rivalo
when the Hoosiers invade the Purdue i
court Saturday night.
Ohio State may advance in the rce
Saturday but a victory over North-
western will not increase its percent-
age enough to remove Michigan and
Wisconsin from first place. Saturday
night's battle between Illinois and
Ohio State will however effect the
Basketball games this week: I
Today-Purdue at Illinois.
Friday, Feb. 12 - Ohio State at
Saturday, Feb. 13 - Wisconsin at
Chicago, Ohio State at Illinois, Indi-
ana at Purdue, Michigan at Iowa.
Purdue Captain
Star Product Of
Hoosier Courts'
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Feb. 9.-George
C. Spradling, Western Conference
high scorer in basketball, captain of
the Purdue basketball team, and re-
garded as the Big Ten's premier for-
ward ,this season, is a true product
of Hoosierdom's greatest winter sport
activity. Born and bred in Frankfort,
the high school of which holds the
state basketball championship, Sprad-
ling was well known to Hoosier bas-
ketball fans before he came to Purdue
Spradling's high scoring ability be-
came pronounced early in his high
school career, when he was an out-
standing star at Frankfort, and he was
a great forward when he entered Pur-
due. Naturally, he was a brilliant
performer on the , freshman varsity
team his first year in the university
and came fully up to expectations in
his sophomore year, when he led the
Conference in scoring.
In his junior year he returned to
school late on account of illness, and
played in only seven games, but still I
managed to finish with the first seven
scorers, and also aided materially in
putting Lambert's team in first
division after a bad start.
Spradling is apparently crowning
all of his previous achievements this
year. He has been outstanding since
the start of the season, jumping to the
Iore in scoring at the very first,
Against Chicago he was given a sev-
ere test by the Maroon guards, but
nevertheless scored sixteen points,
and his brilliant performance was vit-
al in the victory which his team scor-
ed. He will be a marked man the
rest of the season and it will be in-
teresting to watch his progress.
The Frankfort youth is also a foot-
ball letter winner, and steps the half
milein track in 1:56, putting him in
the select all-around athlete class
of the university.

Play in the all-campus handball
league has been slowed up considera-
bly due to the final examination
period, and matches must be played
today in both the singles and doubles
In the team pairings Ramsey-Jones,
7069, must meet Mazer-Segal, 3540, in
the second round of the lower bracket.
Brody, 3317, will play Eardley, 9245,
hn the singles.
Only two teams remain undefeated
[n the upper bracket of the doubles.
Olian-Reilly, 8417, will meet Buchan-
an-Simonsky, 7939, to decide which
team is to enter the final match. The
tournament willsprobably be decided
within the next few weeks.
Mrs. A. S. Hobart, of the office of
the dean of women, entertained a
group of heads of league houses yes-
terday afternoon at tea at 923 Olivia
street. This was the first of a series
of teas which Mrs. Hobart is giving
during the month of February for
heads of league houses, the purpose
of which is to discuss their common
interests in an informal way.

k Athletes To
nnual Illinois Relays
URBANA, Ill., Feb. 9.--Thrills and
excitement galore are promised at the
famous indoor relay carnival of the
University of Illinois which will be
run off Saturday, Feb. 27, in the big
university armory. More than 500 ath-I
letes, representing 50 universities, col-
leges and high schools, will compete.
The night meet will include the four
university relays, mile, twb-mile, four-
mile and medley and several special
events; 75-yard dash, low and high
hurdles; 300 and 1000-yard runs;
1500 meter run; high and broad
jumps; shot put; pole vault.
There will be plenty of entertain-!
ment also in the afternoon when the
college relays-mile, two-mile and
I medley-the high school mile relay;
the all-around individual champion-
ship and preliminaries in the special
events will be contested. Tickets for
night will also admit to the after-
noon program.
Among the teams which will prob-
ably compete in the classic tpeet will
be the following:
Michigan, Minnesota, Chicago,
j Northwestern, Ohio, Wisconsin, Indi-
ana, Purdue, Iowa, Illinois, Notre
Dame, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska,
Marquette, Kansas Aggies, Iowa State,I
Drake, Grinnell, Coe, Michigan State,
Butler, Wabash, Western State Nor-
mal, Cornell college, Bradley, Carle-
ton college, Washington, Knox and
NEWCASTLE, Pa. - Larry "Nap"
Lajoie, who one time starred at sec-
ond base for the Cleveland Indians
and other major league clubs, has be-
come the "Judge Landis of the Ohio
and Pennsylvania state league." La-
joie will assume the post of commis-
sioner with the opening of the 1926
season, and his duties will be similar
to those of the supreme arbiter of the
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

T Only Four Lettermen Available
For Baseball Varsity At Purdue
dates for Purdue's 1926 baseball team iM GRM H E E
FIST OS ilde R ) i, ' ~r1:[hav e started practice in the armory , tLEADS N im eICl EA. G UE '>t
N FO h! r hWalter Tragessor, form- ;i1hgrm- St-t ,Col
f er big league player, who puts the MADISON, Wis.,Feb. 9.-UOn-n e ( n
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 9.-In- diamond men through their drills un- defeated and leading the North-- RediO i
diana university wrestling fans will ; til Coach Lambert takes over the !erm Intercollegiate hockey as-Ss
tea. I~ elt h ti squad following the close of the bas- t . tlevtd
weelcome their k o he tball season.o th Uiversity of W osin EXPECT CLEAN RECORD
local mat Saturday night wt ii Mich-, A glance at the preliminary list of ckey sextef. Since joinig the
igan will mfeet ie Crimso grappleirs candidates shows that l)rospects are I western association, which in- 1I \ichigan's swimmers resumed regu-
in their third Conference clas of the anything but bright, as only four let- cludes some of the strongest lar Practice Monday after a break in
season..- termen from last year's squad arep t teams in the northwest, the I tiae
The eams frstinvsionat hio tems n th nothwstthe theroutine training schedule of more
The team's first invasion at Ohio back in school. Some capable look - Badgers have won both games
State met with reversal and Saturday ing material from last year's fresh- from Marquette and tied the than two weeks, due to the final ex-
night the Hoosiers faced thir- sc'ond man varsity is available, however, and gsmnilations. The majority of the men
attrdayi i( mighty six of Minnesota in both aiain.Temjrtyo h e
opponent at Northwestein. Saturday indications are that new men will -be ts worked out in the pool during their
night's contests mark the first show- filling a number of positions on the Coach Kay Iverson has devel leisure moments but no fixed work
Ing of the athletes on the home iat oped a great defense that to ate was laid out for them to follow.
with a Beg Ten opponent. ITe regulars who are back in has allowed the opposition but a Coach Mann will hold regular drills
Michigan has failed to win a single school include Captain Melvin Taube, single goal. This score came in every day this week and on Monday
wrestling meet from Indiana during outfielder, Fand third baseman; E. F. the secont clash with Minne- the Varsity will meet the freshmal
the last three years of rivalry be- Pierce, infielder; Harold Harmeson, ta but the scadrs evened time team in a dual swimming meet and
tween the two universities. The Crim- outfielder; and C. L. Hulswitt, pitch- unt shortly thereaft and the wate polo game. Michigan State will
son squad did not lose a Big Ten meet er 11. E. Wise, a catcher from last match ended wit tthe two teams con here Feb. 17, for a dual meet.
in 1924 and 192, defeating the Wol- year's team, expects to be out for that The Wolverines will also be repre-
veie wc.I 94Idaa addIdeadlocked. rfleWleiewilasbeepe
vepnes twice. In 1924 Indiana handed position this year, and there is a pos- This is the first time tat a ented in an A. A. U. meet at Detri
Michigan a 24 to 2 defeat and last sibility that "Unk" Ware, third base- Wiscosin team has set such a uay 20, and will close its dual
year performed a like feat. Coach Jack man two years ago, may be eligible to remarkable style of play aimd Ittshcha Feb 27, a otstdual
Reynold's athletes have tit aled 48 compete this spring. Ihe aie sure to make a mighty Although both Northwestern and
points against the Ann Arbor boys The men available indicate that lid for the highest honors at Minnesota are expected to finish ahead
while the opposition amassed but four. Lambert's nine this year will be fast the end of the playing schedule. of Michigan in the Conference meet,
The early showing of Ralph Wilson, and have plenty of Pell, but somewhat te endge saing hel the Wolverines have a chance to con?
fomer Big Ten lght heavyweight lacking in experience. The baseball rlengthy schedule playin atwo plete the season with a perfect reo-
champion, gives Caclh Reynolds hope schedule, which will he announced legthy sh imigs to Iord in dual meets, as Northwestern
that Indiana will again win at. least shortly, has as its big feature a five I m ga with not ng individally rather than as
one Conference iindividua iiri ereswit Wbah with Michigan, two with Notre is 'nifhidbalrtertna,
Champion- game series with Wabash college at Dame and another pair of math a team, while Michigan boasts one
ship has retaiel the opening of the season. I!es aainst Marquette in Milwau- of the best balanced teams in the
his former skill ad strength despite kee.country, as far as dual meets are
a year's lay-off and is expected to KALAMAZOO, Mich.-A gold watch jconcerned.
earn again the light heavy title. will be awarded to Robert Plack, one I
iof the best all-around athletes ever Every step in the development of
TAMPA, Fla.-Robert T. Jones, the developed at Kalamazoo college, as swimming, diving and life-saving will
greatest amateur golfer of all, will deelo ath Kalaas' dcolleg, i LONDON.-The Prince of Wales has be depicted in the water pageant
competein the Florida open chain- ! the result of the judges' decision, finid-1
compete hmI ing him the Kalamazoo player who accepted nomination for the captaincy planned by the W. A. A. of Oklahoma
pionship which will be held over two ranks highest in scholarship. of the Mid-Surrey Golf club. university.
courses here Feb. 26 and 27. The en-__
try of the national titleholder was re-
ceived yesterday. le is the second I
champion to declare his intention of
competing, as James M. Barnes,K
British open king, was entry No. 1. SK(A .IE Z U J FI'IS
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February 1st our Tables were Cleared of al
and the New
are in Their Place for Your Inspection



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These clear, crisp, cold days are ideal for outdoor sports. Ve
have the outdoor clothing necessary for ladies and men-
Skating Breeches, Leather Jackets ani Blouses (all kinds),
Blanket Shirts, Corduroy Coats, Skating Shoes, Heavy Wool
Socks, Mittens, Gloves, Sweaters, Helmets, high-Top and Moc-
casin Pack Shoes all at lowest prices.
Blankets, Auto Robes and
All;'kinds finest grade woolled and rmy blankets, couch shawls
and robes. Large assortment at most attractive prices, ranging
from $3 to $25.
Fleece Bedroom Slippers-Laundry Bags

Here Are The Socks
That Men Are Talking About
Unusual hosiery values that are the talk of the town, are of-
fered in this great Sale of Hosiery. You'll be well pleased
with the socks awaiting you at prices that only special quan-
tity purchase makes so low.
Good Hose at 23c pr.
Men are buying these by the dozen! Silk and wool hose and
pure silk styles in checks and plaids at only 23c a pair.
Silk and Wool Hose 45c pr.
Novelty colors and patterns that appeal to men. Silk and wool
hose as well as pure silk, slightly irregular, but real value at
15c a pair.
Novelty. Hose 39c pr.

We will not be the judke of its completeness. Inspection of this
most wonderful showing of patterns and qualities will prove the
biggest surprise we have ever offered.
tPrice:-Wel, this will also make you sit up and take notice.
This is the first Season we have ever been able to compete
with the cheaper lines of clothes and still retain the quality and
workmanship of our usual standards.
We will be able to show you woolens-nearly one hundred
different fabrics-from $30.00 to $48.00.
Individually Tailored by IAHN with our Usual Guarantee of
It is also our intention to discontinue the Extra Trousers Sale
at the end of the Season a'nd in its place OFFER you EXTRAl T-
SERS either with your -uit order or at a future date at ABSOLUTE
COST to us.j.
This we believe will be much more satisfactory to our customers.
Inspect the new Woolens as Early as convenient. We shall hbe
pleased to show you through an assortment you will acknowle e
the largest you ever saw.
Why wear the same color effect every one else has? Thy not

All candidates for the Varsity
baseball team are to report at
3 o'clock Thursday at the field
house. Members of last year's
squad will be issued equipment,
other candidates are requested to
furnish their own.

Genuine "WEED" DeLuxe or Balloon tire
Ihains. All styles and sizes at special bar-



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