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Theta Chi Lea ding
in Fraternity Race

v v°e~r int C agcr #s , lht: nios; ronaising first year man Venker some criterion of how he Johnny Farqahar, WisconsiniAS
- vkalowthe cll wrandwalinlt ir -els;£IO : t3 h~i1 u1k cy c65nfrom Winnipeg t' a
p met 1-ei-wToni *ht: uwar bleves that with. Capt. Coi
4 ' lww he;: Cv b- i work agcant sho Nnevloa KugeArqOT
oppsiton .u lo, soul an ofQ ~Oke r lekiw t s o b fte' aeeAtThomsn, Don Meikh
(~Continuted I ronil Page fl te eean ate.11i most dangerous contenders for the i______NOTICE________
they esvoheoefowr opstioanstofaltr.Lilhoned ando l ejohn, Art Frisch, and Howard NTC
her esspooefradNorm Daniels, the other new men Eastern title again this season igeNveeanOTIatCer'Eea,
Volley Ball" Gane from Cleveland, which attracted who were taken on the trip are both ain thBENgerAMIlNb
the most attention. Fast, a good considered good prospects and may (speial to 'rat Daily) H.n an aaENheBagesMilNh
' shot, and suare with the bal, the get in the game. MADISON, Wis, Dec. 12.-A a contender for the Western Con-! 215 E. Washington Phone 410
Enter. FIn S Priddimntive star is looked upon as The game tonight will dive Coach thaw today kreet .d the return of! ferenee title.-- ______________ 24e

toucn xeen u itrest nas peen .LnItae einiais or the rateritLy
shown this year in Fraternity In- volley baill' championship Tlrigon,
tram yal Athletics that over 45 or- will meet B~eta Theta, Pi Monday l
ganizations have engaged in thei evening; at 8:30. Trigon entered the{
interfraternity contests up to the j finals by conquering Theta Chi)I In
present date,.w tagtgaeiwieBt
Theta Chi leads the field with IN het Piclceatea Phi Sifgma nKap-_
total of 352 points while Phi Beta; pa. t aking: two out of threeculo-
Delta is running a close second ! tests.
with 337 markers. The 10 highest Fr-om past performances Tri o n
in their respective order are are as see ms to have a considerable cdge'
follows: Theta Chi, Phi Beta Delta, over the Beta's. Thema tearmwork
Alphat Kappa Lambda, Phi Sigma and, co-operation, has produced
Delta, Theta Xi, Kappa Nu, Alpha what is probaly the. finestL voIle~v
Omega, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma 'ball aggregation to. appear at, the
Alpha Mu and Beta #Theta Pi, Intramural BuStilding. In addition,

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to the cnampionsnip match a pr-
liminary game for the. consolationi t
hono rs will be played at 7:30GoWe lockr
between Sigma Alpha, Mi.an~d Delta
Alpha Epsilon. ______

Volley Ball.
Beta Theta Pi defeated Phi Sigma
Kappa, 2 to 1.
Trigon defeated Theta Chi 2 to 1.
Junior. Engrs. defeated Soph. Lits,
2 to 1.
Junior Dents. . defeated Senior
Lits, 2, to 1.
Sigma alpha Miu defeated Psi
Upsilon, 2 to 0.
Senior Dents. defeated Soph. Lits,
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MAJOR LEAGUES
(Continued From Page 6)
zee of third basenian Siimy Hale,
to the St. Louis Browns for' the vet.-
Gran catcher, W ally Schang. Con-.
x ie Mack has also sent Yerl (%.,
French, and Cr)ni n to the For a:

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Frosh. Lt defeated JnirLits fd'ub J otf ePa4ieific: Coas. lea I yt i :
to Gi. exchxange for two prom isit, ati, >
Hnbl.hres aaey adEnlan defeated Moore 21-9,1CCv ad I as purchased Sid,
~-12.Kansas (City and released live n r,
Wheeler defeated Chapaies 21-5, 'i~aven, a user, 'ukr ~
-.6. and Miljus.
Roy ton defeated Kedney 21-19,1 Detroit has acquired t wo t',1,u
1_12. !rien in oktfieder Elias FMod': ,i
riedmaff defeated Arthur 21-1,5, inihelter Bill PRogell. Piunk has ;(f E)
1-lt .' service with the Yankees and Roge°Il
(4oroli k rdefeat~ed Crain 21-19,, with the Red Sox. It is rumored

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21-10.i that Harry Rice is due to be trad-
Rloehm defeated Hobart 19-21,! ed to Rome other club. Y rn lu $ 0 0 " 750
219(2-2 Chicago, under the leadersh ip tl"mf r e l 50 0 o $ 5 0
______________ Done Bshhas signed Sread Jo
Natators Will Meet 1(.Coas circuit. Jolley is a poorl teld~ n a g s o t e t o O k
Detrit Y cht lub te and base runner, but his hitting wO e a g a s rm nt o
____eral players including Swanson,f
(Continued From Page G) 'Taitt, lelfern, and Cox heave been ea o m rl " 11 11
co pttr f h b el a d S i- Washington and Boston liatVe _
compeitorsof Hubell nd Sp n-,Iot done any trading yet, but prob--
dle last season and should give the! ably will engineer a deal or two be-
old timers a close race tonight al-I fore the major sessions are overi
through it is more than possi'l Likewise Brooklyn and New Yr i i. h a s h p Z r
that the Detroiters will carry, the; in the National league have btee'
thsquiet as to the matter of tratck
major share of points in ti thus far._
event. ' The most recent National leaue.
The. Michigan enterieis in the 220 11trade involved the Cardinals and -l
yard swrin,, ,add . t McCaffree, Phillies, the veteran Grover Clevoe-a
ail lo haoverto comeaanst land Alexander going back to the
a fomerV~overi~. ankan hoC teamf he began his imaj or league
was a big point wivnner for the I career with, in exchiange for out- =,
Maize and Blue last year. Watson1 fielder Peel and pitcher McGraw. :
will not only swim in this event 1 Cincinnati has acquired the ser-;'
against his alma mater,.but is also vices of two veteran American' = State Street Over Calkins "
entered in the relay, league stars, Heilman find Meusal,'
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