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inti A uiral News,
E I------1 ew .tMEl SHDUEDContinued From Page 6) TOMEEBULLD S
all thieir matches by falls. Two
1111al ceuld !Frtriy1edStl decisive decisions marked the vi-
raerniy Still Michigan State, Ypsilanti, and toris of Parker and Bosma in the Butler to Furnish Opposition c
to Sta-t Next Month in Hands of Theta Chi Michigan Will Hold Indoor 160 lb. class. In the light heavy for the Boilermakers c
weight class Sigerifoos made 'short i Holid Bill r
Bstbl btwelMeet in February. inHldyBl.d
Basketball en fraternity, Theta Chi, with 434 points, ist r work of his man in pinning him a- d
class, and independent teams will leading the fraternity points race as i t the mat before the match was I
e datt e dIntramural building sn p Christmas vacation comes around. CHICAGO IS HERE FIRST scarcely half a minute old while HARMESON AT FORWARD l
begin at the opponents are Phi Brockmeyer managed to eke out a --_c
immediately upon returning from Beta Delta, with 392, who very like- Steve Farrell, veteran guic1 ofi close victory with a time advantage (Special 10 The Dailyp
Christmas vacation, the Intramu- ly will go into first place when the Michigan track destinies, an- of 50 seconds. LAFAYETTE, Ind., Dec. 18-Sat-P
ral department announced yester- results of the handball competition nounced yesterday that negotioa- iThere1wer lsclas acompetito s urday may mean the beginning ofN
day. are figured out. In third place is tions had been completed for a limited division that no matches the Christmas holidays to the bulku
Already 118 teams have entered Alpha Kappa Lambda, with 371 second indoor track meet in Yost were run off yesterday. Two foot- of Purdue's student body, but to
the comaletition, for the coming ponts while Theta Xi is fourth Field House during February. Cli~ ball linemen, regulars from last the members of Piggy Lambert's
wt33.cago is schduled to invade Ann A alAuradDrv-n, ilfr-iBiermaker basketball s ad it
year, while at least 60 or 70 more This list includes points for bor February 22 for the first en. fall, Auer and Draveling, will fur- Boilrmae toaset eendwit
entr bfor th spedbllcros cuntyo tebyear whl' raglrme nish the entertainment in the un- Imeans a chance to get even with
are expected to enter before the speedball, cross country, dual of the year, while a triangular meellimited class while Steinke, anoth- I Butler for the 28 to 27 defeat they
entrance date, December 20, ar- swimmig, water polo, wrestlmg, between Michigan State, Ypsilanti er football veteran, will opppse were handed last year. And the
rives. The list of those who have al- and volley ball. Theta Chi was the Normal, and Michigan has been set Richardson in the heavywefght Boilermakers are expecting any-
winner of the water polo compe- (for February 27. match this afternoon. Only two i thing but a holiday when they take
ready entered Ueams include 16 ytition, Phi Beta Delta took the Final arrangements for this tri- freshmen, Bosma and Otto, man- the court against Tony Hinkle's
class, 20 independent, 46 fraternity wrestling title, and Alpha Kappa angular meet were arrived at yes- aged to break through the opposi- Bulldogs, for the Capital City lads
"A", and 36 fraternity "B" teams. Lambda was the winner of the 1terday morning when the State i tion this year to enter the finals. have already demonstrated that
A fraternity entering only one speedball championship. Theta Xi College athletic authorities signifiedI another well-balanced quintet is in
team is compelled to enter it in the has yet to win a first place. their approval of the plan. These Summary of Results - prospect.
"A" class. The opening games will Handball ii its final stages now meets will be the first ones at- 120 lb. class-Kirimiria defeated Although Purdue got away to a
be played on January 8. with Phi Beta Delta the only one tempted in the Field House wih Texiera by'decision, time 2:23; Ald- victorious start here last Saturday
Last years winners were as fol- of the first four teams left in the the basketball floor in its permen- inger defeated Sigword, fall time vith a 38 to 19 victory over Wash-
lows: Class - Junior Lits (Seidel, running. By winning this event ent place, and Coach Farrell cx- 5:10. ington, Missouri Valley champions,
captain); Independent - Rocketts they can pass Theta Chi in the pects to have some dtifficulty in 130 lb. cass-Swanston defeated the play of the game as a wh le
(Engleman, captain); Fraternity point race and take first position. running off the full program of Hilliweed, fall, time 3:22; Otto dc- was rather ragged, and Lambert is
"A"-Phi Sigma Kappa; Fraternity -- events. All the events which were feated Richards, fall, time 1:56. hopeful that the passing and gen-
"B"-Sigma Chi. Indoor Soccer Teams scheduled for the Cornell meet 140 lb. class - Laurence defeated eral play will be much smoother
Each player who enters the com- Ar d last winter are to be attempted in-' Shankland, decision, time 5:04; against the Hinkle machine.
petition is required to present his re Being irganizeQ cluding all clashes, hurdles, pole Woodward defeated Stalker, fall, The Boilermaker mentor, recog-
heaith card unless he already has ins gu a n vault, high jump, and shot put. -time 6:00. 9nized as one of the keenest stra-i
done so for speedball or swimming. Only the hammer, discus, and jav- 150 lb. class-Benz defeated Wil- tegists in the hardwood game, is
These cards can be secured at the being formed by the Intramural lin will be excluded from the list. son, fall, time 5:34; Heim defeated still searching for the forward who
Sports department. These teams Only about half of the squadBisho, fall, time 4:32. will fi of of-
Health Service or at the Field Sportstdepartment.tThesefteam
us.are madeupof sixHous.fmardsbacksnahhr has reported for practice as yet, 160 lb. class-Parker defeated Eg- fense. Glen Harmeson, Charles
No game will be postponed, a forwards, two backs, and a goal although the rest of the men are gers, decision, time 2:52; Bosma de- (Stretch) Murphy, Herman Boots,
team failing to show up within 10 tender The games will be played expected to show up directly after feated Routson, decision, time 5:18. and Johnny Wooden all demon-
minutes of scheduled time forfeit- mnrder the regulation soccer rules the holidays when Coach Farrell 170 lb. class-Sigerfoos defeated strated in the season's opener that
ing to its opponents. Class "A" in ihe intramural gymnasium will start serious preparation for Clark, fall, time 0:34; Brockmeyer they were making strong bids for
players are arred from tg Eight teams have already sgr the 1930 indoor season. At present defeated Oehmann, decision, time permanentrassignments, but Lam-
paesaebrefrmshifting'u^adtahpecil3efortnisobrngen Apu ethru,05.i bert was rather dissatisfied with
to cas" "tem n ieversa, padaseilefoti g!the men are ein pt hogh__________ isefot:t5ed8nthrfowr
class i'B teams and vice ns de to get in touch with studentsh ng his efforts to weld another forward
All Varsity and Freshman squadi of different nationalities who seemconditioning drills only.
menar iellgileforcohptiton IARMY GiRIDDERS !iito the outfit.
men are inelligible for cormpetition,fd nh mA MYBob Daniels, Milton Mills, James
while any student who has receiv- t be. patular interesate s JUNIOR VARSITY LEAVE FOR WEST Tiford and Vic Gibbens have all
ed an AMA or all-Freshman award greshown flashes during practice tilts,
may not compete on class "B" composed of Hindustan, Chinese IN FINAL DRILL (By Associatcd Press) and the starting selection as Har- i
eams. nd atunadiantstudents enterde NEW YORK, Dec. 18-Bound for meson's running mate at forward
(Continued From Page 6 their first football fray on the Pa- is expected to come from the quar-
Squash Championship 'Games will begin the second mazoo, Michigan winning the game cific Coast, representatives of the tet.
bweek in January. The intramural in the last few minutes when Tor- United States Military Academy Murphy, Harmeson, and Wooden,
Won byJ. Johnson office is now taking entries and it rell, lanky center, went on a scor- Weft West Point at 3 o'clock yester- backed up by Boots, showed a lot
is hoped that many students will 'ing spree all by himself, day afternoon for a four-day trans-i of potential power as an offensive
J. B. Johnson, entered for the take advantage of this opportunity A real battle is one for the two continental journey aboard, a spe- trio against Washington.j
first time in the all-campus squash as it is the first time any teams of I forward berths of Coach Court- cially equipped train.
tournament, defeated J. H. S. Beck this sort have been organized at right's quintet, Weinstein, Pendell, In the party departing for the CAGERS PREPARE
for the title in the finals held last ! Michigan. Lindsay, and Hole all being about Army-Stanford game at Palo Alto FOR ALBION TILT
night at the Intramrual building. i on a par with each other. At pres- Cal., on Decemnber 28 will be 110
Jobnson was victorious over a field Iinois Baskneteers ent Pendell and Lindsay seem to members of the varsity, scrub and (Continued From Page 6)
ofI35 entangt tI have the inside track for the posi- plebe grid squads and a supporting Coach Veenker feels much en-
In winning, the title Johnson de-. Play Washinton tions, Weinstein not having round- I cast of officers and newspaper ouraged over the showing which
faded i Beckde, tyer W n ed into playing position as yet. correspondents. The entire party Joe Truskowski, veteran forward,
and Field, while Beck, the runner- When he again gets into condition. 'will number 150. fa The
up took over Jones, Dawley, Doe, (l5y Associated Press) it seems highly probably that he; Capt. Biff Jones remains un- gridiron star has displayed more
and Brace on his way to the final The University of Illinois basket- will replace one of the other men, communicative regarding his team's speed both in practice and in games
round. ball team plays Washington uni- most likely Lindsay, at a forward outlook for thi's last game under this season than last and the Mich-
the championship last year was versity, champion of the Missouri ! post. his direction, but word comes from igan mentor looks to him to be one
won by A. Humphreys. Valley conference here this after- Torrell practically has the center West Point that Capt. Christian K> of the mainstays in the grueling
noon at 4:30. Washington will start position cinched, the only other piv- Cagle and his mates are suffused Conference race.
FIRST YEAR MEN four men over six feet tall against ot man on the squad being Arnold. It with confidence 1-- -

BOZEMAN. Mont- Deec + I ┬░sC?}-Mo T n -A1 TrYx T'~T

ania State'stbasktb-i team
,hampion of the, Rocky Mon- tj
onference, will leave here torno'-
ow on its annual Christmas holi
ay invasion of the exst.
The first clash will be with Bum.
er university. at Indianapolis, De-
ember 23. Other games will btu
layed with Marquette. Loyoia,
'urdue, Pittsburgh, Penn State an(
1'ebraska, and negotiations a i 1
uder way for contests with Io
university and Colorado colleges.

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the Illini, three of whom are vet-
OUT FOR TRACK Coach Craig Ruby sent the Illi-I
nois team through a strenuous
After two weeks of practice, I scrimmage against the freshmen
Coach Hoyt says that prospects for yesterday. He used Horace May at
the freshman track team are as center and guard, Capt. Mills at
bright as ever although he has not guard, and Bur Harper, Ed Kawal
yet been able to get a good line on and Babe Kamp in the front. Bar-
the men individually. Of the 82 tholomew and Bawron, sophomore
candidates, at least 10 should make forwards, continued to vie with .
a strong bid for a position on the Kawal and Kamp for the forward
Varsity next year. positions and Coach Ruby has not
Several yearlings show especial decided which pair to use.
promise. In the broad jump, Wil- The Illinois reserves, scheduled
lett has been doing 23 feet consist-'to play Lake Forest Friday, also
ently aid with a few more years scrimmaged using H. Downing and
experience should give opponents W. J. Doolen at forwards; Riessen
plenty of competition. at center, and R. W' Dowling and
Probably the best all-around nan Glen Hummer, guards. Dissatisfied1
on the team is Charles Ecknovitch, with the shooting and ball hand-
who was a consistent winner for ling in the Bradley game, Coach
Detroit Northeastern when lie was i Ruby stressed the necessity of get-
in high school. His best events are j ting set before pasSI or shoot-
middle distance runs, but he can ing.
pole-vault and broad jump with the'
the best of them. In the hurdles Florida Grid Team
,Coach Hoyt has three dependable
performers in DeBaker, Egleston, Will Meet Chicago
and Hafele. Ecknovitch could also
do soime high class work in this (By Associated Press)
event if called upon. There are not GAINESVILLE, Fla., Dec. 18-An,
many, exceptional sprinters, but intersectional game with the Uni-
Davis from Chicago seems to be the versity of Chicago is on the 1930
best of the lot. Cox, Tannis, and: football schedule of the University
Dann have been doing the bruntl of Florida made public today. It.
of the work in the weight events twill be played in Chicago on Oct.
up till now. 18.

was Torrell who was directly re-
sponsible for the team's first vic-
tory, and his sharpshooting would
be missed if he was benched.
Justice and Coombe have thej
two guard positions well in hand,.
with Tyler and Lytle on hand toG
perform substitute duties. Lytle, a
member of last year's team, has
only recently reported for practice,
and should help the team consid-
erably. It is likely that he may win
a regular guard berth before the
season is over, his added experi-
ence being a great help to him.
Number l is omitted from jer-
seys worn by University of Missouri
football players.

The West Point football squad
will be given a rousing demonstra-
tion by Notre Dame students and
alumni when it passes through
South Bend Thursday morning en
route to Leland Stanford univer-
sity at Palo Alto, Cal.
Senator Allen says "we have
spent two or three months listening
to oratory until we know the or-
atorical attainments of every sen-
ator." Much ado about nothing.
Cloths of akl kinds being barred,'
the guests at a recent big. ball in
Paris wore costumes made of many
materials, including paper, wire,
feathers, and even vegetables.

The Christmas Shopper may buy Gifts of a rare
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Gifts which are not easy to procure elsewhere.
Robe Ensomble of Pajamas
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Pa'jamras of Silk,
Tailored in Club or
Russian style.
Imported Sweater Ensemble in various
shades of soft blue, brown, tan, garnet and
Im orted half Hose of the fimest cash-
mere plain, clocked or patterned.
Demi Bosom shirts in plain white oxe
fords, colored madras or chambrey striped
or figured.
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