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THE MIICn'HTG V T '-)AIL

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TONIGHT

WOVRIEGRAPPLERS TO COMPETE WITH 'SIX BIG TEN PURDUE]OWA BASKET BALL GAME TONIGHT iACK DELANEY t.fl
ETRNAGNTOATEL'O S WIM TEAMS sto BOX I, r
VE[AAOEGTDA IEDHUEHLD MEETS FEATURES [ISTERN CONFERENCE PRORM2he1 ti> ,r7 ET~
Wet irginia ja ill ( Oppose hf~(en ' ILLOPPOSE (0XAlthough some of the Big Ten -- ( ® , . iw lsb~i'poduce ahchalenger tro'(Snt; 'Cum- ..
1111 WILL 'O4. Dfea fNo- thwstoiu RV ,,. -ce

IRISH TOC dA

M41 i eondqujContest; FOf OLAJT 4IA .EE I s wimlming teams will not get into ac- Adds Fi
er mfrene Tur :JI's tont~l iiiixi month the natal or's Big
at Chicago, North western, Michigan,
"'BROTHE[R ACT" FATUTREF W~ia'onsin, P'urdue. andl Indiana hal e

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111e]. C 111 olllll o COURT7 QU ( INT E Ti@ -'iplzS~j 1d 51T~ 2
Tell tCampa ign de( t lii e uria gain today with the
matching of .Ja ck DIelaney andml Ton
PLAYS INDIANA, I ;HCeefor 01' 1 5-round struggle in

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ii r',t ergi u. uni iigti~i i~uii"o
~ictui'y (~VCl' NOtI'Q I)tiuite lii
Jaist Xeas Meetiiig
HERMANS~N IN SPRINTS

already participated inl (dua1l nio~4
Fo h is im nteV (tcolel ition. The Wolverines have
For heo ma sprt t: Mchian, ovt~ J he edge over' the ot her teams in duel
thema sor at:\icigill aWove- .,:-..~.y.: : - eet's, as t hey have part iciptat ed iln
ine wrestling teamn will oppose an ag- - six this -eason.
:regation 1repr1eseniting West Virginia Ini the only Conference ne'eet; of
university at 7 :00 o'cleck tonight ill !the year held to date, Wsconsin Xwan
the fieldl house. This will, he theo sec--fromt Chicago 40-29, at Mad ison. The
ond practice meet of the season or Maroons capttured 'our firt lplaces, te M ci a ~a1 st e u ic ni h w dissrnt h
Ohio university on .Ian. It by a score wxinnintg hoth relay eveints antd sc"3°-t
o2-0. ' ing hteavi ly ill seconds antd thirds.
It will also 1)0 the second1 engageo- RiPttenhouse starred for, the M
ment of the season for the WVesit Vir- i oonks. capt uring the 40 amd I00 yar1d
ginia team as it openedl the 1928 fr-ee style taces, the latteor in :58.5
sceueb ulretwt n~eod, rtNtoa olgrtann. university rrhuirsday night at Inreast stroke champion, allow ed his ' s
Bloomington. Although tihe eastern- I teammate, McGoverni, t0 take firsit;
ers are new opponents for the Wol-; in the 200 ya rd b~rea st stroke, being's
vernes, they are by no mneans new C (content wilt second place.a
to Conference competition as they (ilego 1oses 61ate i' Polo t
have faced both Indiana and .Illinois .icnins ae iol ea «co'
<nsnsiaLenoltemin previous years. i ed an upset in defeating thle(Chicag'o
o n e ( h a n g Iii ttie ip s lta ( 'Ste- rn t'e M a ro o n s r tied Xwi ti i
Coach Clifford Keen imad~e olyone o'iwser o heBg2'nwi
Change in the Wolverine lineup yes- polo championship last year.}
terdlay afternoon, and with the single dlelkls Indiana has two decisive dual mneet
exception of the 125 pud cas AM1A winner fot' the last two yearsieo'stotscdthvn dee
Michigan will be represented by the Coill.stea tWWetVi- \aah5 2-17 an DeFaw 81
gmt tte1.ptddivtxision Ito- T cd3-0
same team that faced the Ohio unub .Inn te 25spite rofthlrgsoesieHo-
versity outfit in the opening meet of lngt estino i eaieyso ie
the season.Ifothvaiueens
Hewitt will compete in the 115 SAMSON, HAWKINS, AULT iFor tvaros events, meet North-
p ound division, while Kailes has been SWVIM AT TOLEDO TONIGHTI western met a tartar, losing,1 to tihe
nlamed to fill the 125 pound1( berth,Y Chicago A. A., 45-22. Lennox in the '
which was occupied by Tfhoma li ~ nc asn onyHwis n i breast stroke, Hinch in the backI
thie Ohio meet. Captain Watsonil, ,tAtltstrok~e, and Colbath in the fancy div- 1>
Sauer, and Donahoe, Michigan's 135, GantAlllsuesinheU- ing ware the individual winners for i l
145, and 158 pound Conference chain- versity, will comlpete in a 500-yard freej
pions will wrestle in their respective style race at the Toledo Athletic club tipeoPure.stherst twle obiinmed aep
divisions. Warren will represent the tonight. All have been coached byvesotniersta'sthWilclath is ~ a P
WleieintelgtI Matt Mann, Michigan aquatic mentor. vtrn(ie.Bt ida ea
Wveieintelgtheavyweight Al samme fteVriyteams, lost. The C. A. A. water polo vc
class, while George will again con-tamuhtina meme ftedineat a oerhledtePupes im r
pete in the unlimited division,.emhviI cIptelinsvea eam vewhlme-te1urpeswo- .
Kailes Shows Imp3rovenenit Idual meets for the Wolverines. PHe mers, 9-1. leesfets ii
Although the team will be somre- was a freshman numeral winner last 1eiguWnsFI Met In
year an is egaded s oe ofthe Purdue, like Indiana, has a victory
what weaker than the one which fac- best sophomore natatory on the 1928 over DePauw to its c'redlit. Tphe Boil- j
ed the Ohio university matmen, due ta.Smo atie h hi-ermaikers won 54-16,cap~turing every a
toth os o hoa, aie hspionship M~ichigan team last year. event except the fancy (living.; o
shown remarkable im'provement overHewlcoptfrthIlnisAC With five victories in six meets,!
his last year's form and should prove toiight. Michigan's team has hlad the advan- '
a worthy opponent for Cox, the West Although Hawkins h~ad three years tage :o pletnty of competition this to
Virginia veteran. Kailes has been an of Varsity competition at Princeton, seasoni. Tile only loss was sustainled e.
AMA winner for the past two years, lhe il be able to represent Michigan at the hlands of New York A. C. 38-1 t
and, his work this year stamps hiniu tonight, as tile meet is nlot a colleg- 31. Tile Wolverines hlave scored vie-1
as one of the most capable 125 fate affair. Tpherefore tile three- year tories over Syracuse 49-20, Erie V.
pounders -on the Wolverine squad, rule dloes not apply in this case. M. C, A. 33-27, Penn A. C. 39-29, ;vew th
Coach Harrick, mentor of the West H-awkins starred in tile 440-yard free 1York luniversity 45-15, andl Washing- ec
Virginia team, will send an aggrega- style while at Princeton. 'ton Sw inmming clutb 50-19. ea
tion composed for the main part of I-fd'ever, the Michigan teaml will (1
veteran material against the Y>Jolver- LOS ANGELLES.---George Von Elm undergo its greatest test whlen it C(
Ines, in spite of the fact that a knee1 has turned down an offer from Jack meets the Illinois Athlletic club, hold-
injury prevents Millender, 135 pound Ferns to sign a professional golf ers of theO National A. A. UJ. title, oi11w:
(Continued On Page Seven) tour. Jatn. 28 in the Ulnio-n nr.-i_

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Illinois at hItdituita.
Cicano at Oitio.
Ptn1-dtte at Iotwa.
Tlhroee Big-Tea blask~ tbai ticontest s
ai'e se~lleduled for I (in i : 1>I1, l Il
Ilt ird 11-lo wa tilt., ill wh i(t> tlue-
leated Tli lermI7aK('s Citeoutc i':f1 11e
1'! wl\V e 1iV who .tt i 111(1 l'Cithu V ' voll ed
hemlIIIlloot It etod , of the hIi it-alid-
hotie series lawY \tcar, i : ttw 's tile
C('ch 1'd La Imbeo't hi I 1It'o! 1e
stair,\with ia= victoryv over IIosstwo
Zx ekS ag.o ill1 their ontly (0111 esT tifthe
season I.Ist.t idown th11I-awns, who
also ptossess at siX-l)oiit tIriIin pitover
he Illhii, this Year', or dro'Ot ronl 1.lie

I oosier baisketbtall star Whose bril-
lialt!lay has b'en the 111(151 inilport-'
anit factor inth le (1-tile ott the India
team 1fo' conference honoi's.
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i4'laiisoii Square'(Garidien, ltarchn1.

~ter'conidier'abltiechkei'ing et'mls EVANS'TON, Jan. 20).-:Northltesei i
w~tC tittee 11111yeteda',wi tteaiid NotrmeIDanme will igll teti
('ttntt'i'5 at upo yeiterdy, whent('sin Ii
ccotratsnegotihateod Jay Joh111Al. (Chalp- tlet ic rivalry Stra oc
iman ithex Ricks t'd's nitew :.:;an F;ranki llitakes his track iSt to
whlo li(etofotiahts iteca idleitil iSouthIilBend for 'a (11thilit. wi h e
chiefly 01s Ipryimmt('t ofIsix'-diay li((I clu rsh . Itwill be. te first track Itteel
races. lof te season 1fo' hotit t t ci- .
lenuder Rickard'site w heavywevightt Last year the P urple speed rtl 'ists
elimintat ion planithtle winnter (o1 thle t trouniced. Notre c Iaone bl<y a,( ot' o
Heeney-Dleaney affair will in tu'iti 0) to :91in a m'et whic'h was not ole:-
Ittssl C withl thle victoft0' 1a P1 utC ch~ ntl temrunniung of t te t'ely,
tilt betweCenLic (k Sharkey antd J ohtni'V1 1 Ist CEvcit 01l tile pl'oglrtim.
Risko. The Bosto0n1 Ilxet'andtsh0 C .'Tn'I ciiasa11at
hatvie yet to) signlfor' theiir prlotspect i vCe :arraty o1 shot 11111tel's itto-itd'
bout, which will he staged atrthe -g Al 01(1 \t'' Ktt tens .Al Bag,f
D~elantey clalsh. ;ilek St kier naitl Johtn Snltoi
Thpoor1)01'showiing of Shorthe andiI ws ine-id:leiltly is Cont'ere ,
Ieeney itn their 1recenlt 'ight which (chamtpion J:in this event with a manrk
Ciende in a draw (causedl h~i Ukato(l10i of 47 leet ,8 inches. Bill D toegemne1-
rearrang e his lahns. While teli'ler, nat ions 1 (collegia te chlt ii I li
Sharkey- ifeeney encotini i' wasr11 nui.- lpole vault, should takeae of'hi
ed to 12 r'ounds, Ric-kard eml at -ally event sat osiactot'ly. .1oltit(lo~rhisi
left wor-d before lea vinig flot listti tht lone let termnachak for the ittdd is
that his comting elimnitations must be odist ances.
over- the 15-round citalpiotushul 0dis- 'iThe Spitnit s are in lthe eapah liii d
t an1ce, of 1Billar II ei'ttansctt anid Eat-I WI
Ric'kar-d tas hopes of mtihitug0th ins, the formter onte(if the (usltiit
w inner of the current eliintation sptrinlter's in the confeen 'ot-eait
set'ies against. Tunney in June. proi'osinlg Olymptic possibility.

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Indiatta.........2
licli-anr.........2

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2vilnesot a 1. l. .500
Illinois......1 2 .333
Ohio 1 2 .333
Iowa ..... 1 2 .83
C hicago.........0 8 .000
pinna(-le of first ptlace clowni to the
rutck in the per'centtage rating.
A winl for the Iowans will so com-
Aetely jutmble thte standings that the
ilready weird situat iot, in which 1'a-
onites have been buried aidi estU'-
ected before the mtiddle o1 the sea-
on, wviil1)0 event itore completely
111(1(110(.
With tihe comnpletionl o: the whole
'onference campaign so alteredQ(Ias
l, esutlt of the starling Ohio victory
vet' Northwvestern, the Wildcats,I
whose compiaratively- easy schedutle
anked them w xell nigit imiptossib~le
'o lbe (tverhauled, nox in itd themselv-
s with a host of putrsuiers xwho ian
to take adxvantage of totnigt'sh oppor-
tmniti es.
Chicago, without a. single winl on
110e credit, side, mlay hardly be inc-lud-
ed in this group, buit even the awikt-
ered Buckeyes, ntot to mnention Int-
diana, Illinois and1(Iowva , (jelite t~o
otsider thlemselves out of it.
Coach Everett, Dean's 1-1oosie1rs,
hose schedule permits them to up1-
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Is O m g 11 Ze a P i 3 ('Iti Psi 2, Phi Delia Theta 0.
D~elta Sigma Ili 14, D~elta Tan Delta
Pi i D Ielta 2, Alpita, Tan Omega
Trigon 14, Psi U~psilon 6.
Lamtbda Clhi Alpha 20, Alphta Delta
Phi 18.
Alpha Rho Chi 0, Phli Beta. Pi 2.
Delta Alpha Epsilon 8, Phi Epsilon
Pi 0.
PhiChi 2, Alpha Kappa Kappa 0.
ZeaBeta Tat, 10, =Phi Lambda Knp-
pa 27.
Sigmta IDella Sigma 17, Signma Pi 16.j
IPhii Epsilon Kappa 26, Tan Upsilon t
!Itlti 15.
Ai~JOmega 14, Theta Kappa Psi
Gamma il ta GIam~ma 0, Acacia 2.
Phi Gamma Delta 2, Phi Rho Sigma

Thau-sdny night saw the concluding I
Smat cites ofi tile(class A interfraternitv
blasketbiall games until their resumpil-
< <in Peb. 7, after the exanmiat ions.
D elt a ('iii 2, 1i LambdIa Phli 0.
Sigmla AlIpha Epsilon 2, :Kappta
Sigma 6.
D~elta Upsilon 2, Delta Sigma Phi 0.
Delta Kxappla Episilont 14, Delta Phi I

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Whitehouse & Hardy Models
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Plain Imported Waistcoatings.
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with a stock vest, we. do not carry any ready-to-wear waist-
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Every Dress Waistcoat wve sell is tailored
exclusively for the individual.
Prices higher; not by any means, more satisfactory.

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French Beaver $ 9 -
[Lamb]J
BlckGalloway $
This is our finalI clearance
and calls for quick action

the man who has had one made.
Priced-$5.00 to $24.00
Models of all the New Styles are on display
for your approval as wvell as a large assortment
of Imported Vestings.
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(,XF R REY
T he Most Popular Color in Suitings for Men
'The New York office of Browning-King & Co. has just shipped us 25 suits
of various stripes and patterns in this popular color. Regardless of the
shipment being so late we are placing them on sale with our other suits at
a price of

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