FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1929
Tletics, countered by announcing it
B N A AA V would hereafter schedule athletic
* contests with teams "not under
control of the A. A. U."
} Major L.Griffith, athletic com-
missioner of the Big Ten A. A. U.
administration, took up the dispute
Mn Northwestern's favor, intimating
Refusal Of A. A. U. To Sanction he would bring the matter before
C. A. A.-Northwsternj Meet the Big Ten. t
Causes Dispute."Our universities and colleges are I
big enough to take care of their
6RIUFITH BACKS WILSON athletics without the help of the
______A. A. U.," Commissioner Griffith
(. Al i ress) said. "As long as an athlete is com-j
CHICAGO, Jan. 10.-An open peting under the colors of a col-
break between the Big Ten and the lege or university the A. A. U.
amateur athletic union appeared should adopt a hands off policy."
imminent today. --
Refusal of the A. A. U. to sanc- o
Lion a swimming meet between u395 DecI
Northwestern university and the
Chicago Athletic association lastF
night has rekindled the dispute be-
tween the organizations, which ing
threatens to terminate in an open moke
The A. A. U. refused to sanction Ipswich, S. D.
the meet on the grounds that sev- Larus & Brother Co, Sept. 4, 1928
eral Northwestern swimmers had Richmond, Va.
become ineligible by competing in Gentlemen:
the American amateur federation In answer to the challenge of J. J.
meet last summer and warned the Roberts of Columbia, S. D., as printed
C. A. A. that its team would be in the Minneapolis Journal dated Sun-
C.bl A.r A.tats teamo woultbe et day, September 2nd, I have smoked
liable for suspension if the meet Edgeworth for twenty-three (23) years
was held. and for two years previous to that
Northwestern, through Kenneth time I smoked Qboid, which, I believe,
L. "Tug" Wilson, director of ath- is manufactured by your firm.
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RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
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FLETCHER HALL --- Men's only
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Shower baths, hot and cold water
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Single $4.50, double $3.00 per
week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.
CASH PAID-For late model used
cars-Leroy Nixon. South Main
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During this timeI have smoked at
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It may be interesting to know that
my purchases of Edgeworth during
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8395 (eight thousand three hundred
ninety-five) cans,representingatotal ex-
penditure of more than $1259 (twelve
hundred fifty-nine dollars).
I have never smoked any other
brand of tobacco but Edgeworth dur-
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Justice of the Peace
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