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THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1929

THE MICHICA N

DAILY

DAIflY

PURPLE TANK SQUAD W CUBS SHOULD HAOVE STRONG ATTACK
WHEN 1929 DIAMOND SEASON OPENS
"only a .278 hitter. With Lazze'rri in A DV E RTISIN
ROLM O X00 LUUIIU B.Figures Show That Cub Regulars the .300 class, this wold have
i , I Urncsh Outbatted Yanks rdroped the Cubs hnihc be twv h ,11 kmi, ° N S mwf

NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Factory,' WANTED-Porter wants position i
corner of South University anc fraternity house. Good refer
F""st "Let" us save you20 per ieCs. Call Hayle, 2-1417.
ent on your repair work. Only , 86,8 7,88,89,90.9

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one shoe factory in town.
NOTICE -- We are closing out ourI

Lineup In Last Race All of which is more or less some

(eciaTo Te Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 23.-Few
college swimming teams boast the
record of Northwestern university's
natators who during the past six-
teen years have won 67 out of 80
dual meets. This record appears
destined to be bettered this season
since Coach Tom Robinson has one
of the greatest teams in years.
During this sixteen years of in-
tercollegiate competition the Pur-
ple teams have won nine Western
Conference championships and
placed second in five meets. The
years in which Coach Robinson's
splashers brought home the title
were 1914, '15, 16, '17, '18, '20, '23,
'24, and '25. They placed second in
1911, '12, '19, '27, and '28.
Over this same period of years
individual members of the North-
western teams have won 55 indi-
vidual championships each year.
Three national intercollegiate
championships have also been
brought back to Evanston by the
Sons of Neptune. There were worn;
in 1913, '24, and '25. Th'e team'
placed second to Michigan last
year.
An equally enviable record is alsoI
held by the water basketball and,
water polo teams. The former
sport has been discarded but while
it was 'played, the Northwestern
team won the Big Ten title in
1914, '15, and '16 and placed sec-
ond in 1921, '22, 23, '24, and '25.-
Water polo took the place of
water basketball in 1926 and since
that time the Purple teams have!
not lost a match in Big Ten com-
petition, winning the conference
title in 1926, '27, and '28. Last sea-
son the team tied with Stanford
university for the national collegi-
ate title.
Wins 27 Matchesj
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 23.-Victor 1
in twenty-seven consecutive wrest-1
ling matches in two years of col- 1
legiate competition is the record
held by Ralph Lupton, captain of1
the Northwestern university wrest-
ling team.
Lupton is a lightweight and hails
from Toledo, Iowa, where he wasr
a state champion in high school. !
During the last two years he has
met and defeated all opponents in
his weight and has started the
present season by winning his
" match in the recent meet with the
Iowa State Teachers College.
At the national intercollegiate
championship last spring he had
little difficulty in winning the
championship and also repeated
this performance in the Western
Conference championships.
YPSILANTI.-"Big" Dan Bailey1
will fight Billy Clemonds of Cleve-
land here at the armory on Jan. 31.
NEW YORK.-Jimmy .Pattison,
high school southpaw, has been
signed by the Brooklyn club.

From Chicago come rumors of
!Joe McCarthy's troubles in arrang-
ing the lineup of the Chicago Cubs,
National league entry, to suitably
} balance up the tremendous hitting
strength of the club.
Such trouble is not to be wond-
ered at when a check up of last
year's records reveals that the line-
up of what should be the eight
Cub regulars outhit the well
known offensive combined in the
lineup of the World Champions, the
Yankees. The cold figures show
that the Cubs with Hornsby in the
lineup and the pitcher disregarded
could have boasted a team aver-
age of :308 as compared to .305 for
the Yanks.
Cubs Lack Runs

more doping that will come to its
ultimate useless end when the I 1
big league clubs start the actual
campaigning sometime in April.
JACK SHARKEY
TO FIGHT SOON

NTETIES -.W . zr..e VV. ng out .,r
NOTICE--TUTORING. Specializing full line of Dresses ana Wardrobe
i- in English 31 and 32. Call 22340 Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne
NOnCE-French conversation and between 4 p. m. and 6 p. m.
1 tuorn by gr'aduate of French8,9,___________________
University. $1.50 per hour. Dial !_NOTICE-Dial 3916 Moe Laundry,
6544. .hi rp'nberger. Hours 4-5. 1204 N. Main St., for laundry ser
91,92,93 vice with real persoiial attention
TYPEWRITER SERVICE-New Cor- like received at home. c
ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming- TYPING---Theses a specialty. Fair
NOT)'I' HIC ton portables, also used large and rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
WEE BUY U D CLOTHING portable typewriters of all makes c
215 E. W i EiN joi Phone 43101bought, sold, rented, exchanged. RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
T.~Pon T.., e cleaned, repaired. Large stock. shoes from $8 up; moccasins
T.-T--S-,---- best service, considerate prices. ten different leather styles, $6
Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill, 1i All kinds of shoes made to your
PIANO TUNING--The Concert Art-i Nickels Arcademaue-. .Cak
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776, Vic- Nk Ardmeasure.--H. W. Clark.
tor Allmiendinger. Not with any!---WANTED
music house. Exclusive piano, WANTED
tuner for the University School FLER HALL - Men's only -n-
r rirmi~nrt 'Pcarp vnr rnmcWANTED - Situation - byv experi-

FOR SALE
F 0 R S A L E - Tuxedo, including
vest, valued at $50, size 39 or 40.
Both coat and trousers tailored

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Wed., Thu., Fri., rc
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now for the second semester.I
Shower baths, hot and cold water
in each room. Maid service._
Single $4.50, double $3.25 perj
week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.
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fraternity or sorority house. Ref-
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WANTED-Law roommate for next
semester. Phone 6950.
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But, in one important factor, the
scoring of runs, the Chicago Na-
tional league club fell behind the
Yankees. While clubbing out more
hits, the Cubs scored but 623 runs
in the season while the Yanks, with
the home run punch of Ruth and
Gehrig, scored 697 runs in 1,169
hits, the Cubs annexing 1,203 blows.
These latter figures are for the
eight regulars on each team, the
pitcher being left out of considera-
tion.
Based on the men who played
the most games last year and with
Hornsby included, the Cub lineupt
for 1929 should be, English, ss; f
E-Hornsby, 2b; Cuyler, rf; Wilson, cf;
Stephenson, ef; Grimm, lb; liar-
nettt, c; Beck, 3b. This may not
be the real lineup but it is at, least!
a good one to assume for the pur-l
pose of calculation.
The Yank lineup was: Combs, cf;
Koenig, ss; Ruth, lf; Gehrig, 1b;
Meusel, rf; Lazzerri, 2b; Dugan, 3b;
and Grabowski, C. Each of these
men played more games at the
position assigned than any other I
member of the clubs.-
Stephenson Leads Ruth
On the basis of individual aver-
ages, these two lineups both boastI
four men apiece who outbatted
their Opponent on the other club.
Thus pairing them up Meusel, out-
fielder, outbatted Cuyler of the I
Cubs, .297 to .294; Combs, outfield-
er, of the Yanks was outslugged by
Wilson, .310 to .313; Stephenson of
the Cubs edged out Ruth, .324 to
.323; Gehrig, first scaker, ran awayl
from Grimm, .374 to .294; Hornsby)
at second led Lazzerri of the Yanks, t
.384 to .332; Dugan and Beck, third
basemen, both fell below the .300s
mark with the Yankee third scakerd

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Boston sailor, who will fight with'
Stribling at Miami, Florida, some-
time in February in the first of
the heavyweight scraps to fix a
holder for Tunney's crown. The
fight will mark Jack Dempsey's
iii Hal attempt at promoting a box-
ing match, since he has taken 'ex
Rickard's place for this bout.
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All members of tlhe Varsity
swimming team are requested
to be present at four o'clock
this afternoon at Rentschler's
studio, at which time the team
picture will be taken. Bring'
your tank suits.
Coach Matt Mann.
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ITITLE IN WATER POLO

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sti competition for places in thle
lineup. Reif, Hosmer, Grimshaw
McCaffree, Hughes, Goldsmith, and
Dinklespiel are all candidates for
the team.
The first Conference game is
scheduled for Feb. 2 against In-
diana and will follow the dual
meet between the Wolverines and
H-oosiers. Games are also to be
played with Wisconsin, Chicago
and Northwestern, the latter to be
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having the edge over Beck, .257 to
.257; Koenig, shortshop, was a bet-

ter batter than English of the
Cubs, .319 to .299, while Harnett,
slugging Chicago catcher, collected
a .301 average compared with
Grabowski's meager .239.
The institution of Hornsby at
second is what turned the batting
baince in the favor of Chicago
since Maguire, regular second sack-
er during 1928 for the Cubs, was

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Modern Education!
Your clothes ideas will be distinctly
advanced by a visit to FIEGEL'S
showing of the new modern spring
suits and topcoats.
Every wide awake man will want to see them,
whether you're a young ultra-modern or a
conservative dresser,
THE NEW PRICES-
p30-00 . $35.00 - $40.00
'S. .
Our Clearance Sale
Still in H11h Speed
No wonder-at these prices-Suits and Overcoats
8.75M --aw -
for values as high as $60.00
Specials
on
MANHATTAN SHI-RIS
LEATHER COATS
WOOL HOSE, SWEATERS
NECKWEAR, ETC.
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nayed in the new Intramural pool.'
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WHAT A TIME
FO R A S AL E ONj~
With Mercury Around Zero
and
What Timne Would Be Better to Buy a New ~
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Suit While Prices Are Low?
1-4 OFF
On Our Entire Stock of
Suits and Overcoats -
- -an

J-HOJP TUXEDO SALE

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28.50
Alterations are free
Today we place on sale fifty new tuxedo suits
that just arrived. These suits are marked at
only $5.00 above cost. We expect to sell the
whole lot so that we both will benefit by this
sale. They are made in the two most popular
models, the college pick and the college notch.
These suits are of fine unfinished worsted. The
coats have Skinner Satin facings and linings.
The trousers have twenty-inch bottoms with
silk braid on the sides. Here's your chance to
save $15. Be here early. We have all sizes.
Silk vest, black or white, single or
double breasted . . . . . $6.50
Arrow two studs open back shirts . $3.50
...Collars....Ties....Hosiery....Studs..
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