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THoilI A D I*

Three Lettermen Form NucleusI Members of I-M Staff
,for Hoosiers' varsity to Attend Conference

Varsity Fencing Squad GRII
Rounds Into Condition,


gal Newvs

(Special t The Daiy)
L AFAYETE, Ind., Dec. 4-With
the opening of the season shedul-
0d around the middle of the niioth,
although the non-conference cards
wil1 not be completed until later
this week, Coacii Piggy Lambert's
Purdue basketball squad was
launched into thei midst of inte-
sine drills Monday w ith the squad
bolstered by the addition of court
candidates from the grid squad.!
The Biermaker basketeers, 'who
hve won or shared in four con-'
0rence titles in the past ten years,
seem headed for another season In
which they will be dangerous first
division contenders, for Stretch
Murphy, Glen Harmeson, and Her-
man Boots, three of the mainstays
oite last season's runner-up five, are
all ready for their third year of
Coz~petition. t Pay
Murphy, selected on every "all-;
team" as center last season, is
emery inch a basketball player, and1
he has six feet, six inches to work
o. Last season, the Marion lad
broke the Big Ten individual scor-
ing'record with a total of 143 points
in 12 conference games, but it was 1
not on offense alone that he shone,i
for with almost unbelievable sta-
mina, he was just as ative on de-
Tense as 'on offense, Harmeson.
stylist forward of the squad, whose
gracefully effective handling o
the bal 'has earned him the repu-
tation of being the best floor work-
e' in the conference, will share the
captaincy honors this season with
Murphy, according to an announce-
mnent made several days ago by
Have Good Backguard.
Boots,. the third 'regular that
Lambert is depending on as a cog
in rebuilding .one of his perennial
title contending machines, has de-'
veloped rapidly as a backboard de-
fender, and at the end of the 1929,
season was recognized as one of the
most capable back guards in the
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ISeveral members of the Intramu-
ral staff will attend the Intramural
conference in Chicago which is con-
ducted each year at the time of
the Western Conference meeting.
Each Big Ten school will have a
representative there, while many 1
'other colleges and universities of
the country will also send their del-
egates. Those attending the confer-
ence from here are Elmer Mitchell,
Paul Washkc, John Johnstone, and
Earl Riskey.

E-vents Today

.. .

8:00-C hi Psi vs. Tau F~psilon Phi.
Lamba Chi Alpha vs. Theta Chi.
All-Campus singles.
7: 00-Cramn vs. Schwarts.
Shetter vs. Fleescher.
Gretch vs. Teitlebaum.
Gorelick vs. Larson.
8:00-Brown vs. Halpern.
Roehm vs. Stanchfield.
Prakken vs. Everett.
Schwartz vs. Hobart.
9: 00-Sm'ith vs. Cohen.
Stern vs. Rendleman.!
Safran vs. Axinn.I
Shaeffer vs. Fuess.
Oppenheim vs. Stander.
aVan Deventer vs. Phelps.
Ricklin vs. Leonard.
Collins vs. Suzudle. r
Hark To His Masti

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ition this year than ever before due Csate eutn ffobl Of the players killed one was 23, NTC
I to the fact that this'is the first during the 1929 gridiron season another 21. three 19. one 18, one 17. CLEARANCE OF ALL EUROPEAN,
1 timc that the yearlings have had ai show a marked decrease in cor-i two 16, one 14 and another 13I IMPORTED GIFTS AT COST.
Tuesday' s Results team to compete in all of the parison to past years. A total of 11I years of age. Internal injuries Because the unusual Chinese gifts
VOLLEY BALL evn t, the smallernesar tee sr-11,wtnuberixce cuedteietoOnam oiy ih better with the idea of Chinese
Inte{is h ovrierr heya,113}ihtexeto injuries to the spine and neck also ! rugs, I anm selling absolutely
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated PhiI most heavily fortified with five can- } of the 1 .6 season when nine f a- resulting fatally, every import from Europe at
Beta Delta, 2"1 !cdidates from last year's squad re- tatities were registered, having Wih h iceain:ut.f h 345
Trigondefeaed Deta Sima Ph, forpractce. Beidestap- ieenreasienovershe pat tas
2-0' poting opaCahJhstn rdrnsao.openl style of play and the decrease1 A WONDERFUL way of putting
Bet Tet P deeaedLabdata Solman Cac Jlintoe riiro sasn.iln fatalities resulting i h rd your self through college. (In-
BetaThet Pi efeaed Lmbdahas Lazar, captain in 1929, Madero, JAnother interesting feature o a iadnoff!as itega- omsurned)AdesBx
Chi Alpha, 2-0. IFriedman, and Schutz, all veterans j'this years statistics indicate that iuldicrin fmasgidiron ta- I oes1uarnted) 2Adres61X
Delta Alpha Epsiloin defeated who with Whcelwright, a neweom- the age level of the unifotunate tics by some of the up to date 13.241X
jAcacia, 2-1. 1 tf~]i tf h martyrs of the gridiron shows cefi- strategians the number of a play- --
HANDBALL er, \\il hae t batle.itout fr te dc~a&I atyastea-ers receiving serious injury has al- 1SORORITIES! FRATERNITIES?
!Phi Beta Delta defeated Zeta opportunity to represent the teami erage age of the contestants killed! so shown a shar p decline.i Orthiophonic Victrola - Radiola-
: Beta Tau, 3-0. lin the conning meets. Iapoiae 20 years, last year the; In recent seasons as high as 200, Electrola 0-40. Original cost,
Theta Xi defeated Sigma Zeta WtthexpioofLzr v avexraed#en 9 contestants have been. incapacitt- I $1,000. In excellent condition.
!3-0. plce ecndi therol tte Rcrtsowta hsra h ioughout- the course of the used but 9 months, sacrifice for
I !TpConeece eeto lasnthearolsad who mean rag sho 17,hat mst dcal e eaonthrough serious injuries, but' quick sale at $350. All-electric
I Cnfeenc met lst ea an wh men aerae s 1, amos raica ithis season this list lias been very Super-Heterodyne; 7 tubes and
Bruins Head Ottawa is still ti-i best of the lot this year, 'drop in view of the smooth line !s mall, although star performers as I rectifier; hi ghly polished walnut
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T HE next time some subject seemis
boresomec to you, and you w~onder
whether it-will prove of practical benefit,
imagine this scene--typical of the daily
activities in a large financial house-
One of the chief executives is dis-
cussing with one of his colleagues a
loan, let us say, to a borrower in Ger-.
many. His conversation reveals a good
knowledge of German histo y, of its
rs ;urces and devaloprnent, of its ecotonic
.position, of its sciei ti/Zc discov-eies, and
of the ch aracteristics of its people.
In the Advertising Department
across the room a young n is strug-
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observes all the principles of conmposition.
At a desk near a windowv a corre-
spondent is dictating a letter about the

bonds of a well-known dye company,
and we realize that the correspondent
knows his chemistry as well as psychology.
In one of the sales divisions nearby,
another young than is demonstrating
a good practical understanding of logic'
and orderly thiikng. As the conversa-
tion proceeds, we observe that a qucs-
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It wvould indeed be di cult ;to think
of any subject in the university curric-
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the young man who plans to enter the
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