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SOORI ~j~SLUGGIER SIGNEDI
roUND i''TA
Stattig With a Revampd Five,,
the Junior Varsity Puts }y
Speech 4% Attack.
LONG SHOTS' WIN GAME
Exhibiting a decided reversal of
form over their previous showings,
the Junior Varsity basketball team
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nnaiiUy LLLar-ag.' uUe V VAJ. US.
hng punc :in their game against igpn ยข{
Michigan State Normal Saturday ;, f
night, defeating the Ypsi team by
a 35-49 score. .
Poor defense play almost lost the
battle fqr .the Wolverine Cubs but
a habit of caging long shots won -.
cut after the Ypsilanti team had
come within one point of tying the
count. Almost every time the Wol-
verine forwards tossed the lal to-
wards the goal it swished through, I,
while the "B" team cagers showedc'1
that they, could take advantage of
their chances from the foul line -
^-PeVr-7i77 substitute. sunk si
baskets to amass a total of 12 points ~
to lead the team in scoring. His
ability to cage long shots was un-i
canny, the Ypsilanti team being un-
able to prevent the Wolverine for- r ' iE 01JOEIY,'
wardl from getting off his accurate
tosses from mid-floor. A Smnead J olley,
Hole, Michigan forward,> showed . tx-oot slugger from San
a marked improvement in the art Jx{rancisco has been signed with the
of shooting fouls, sinking five Of Wit Sox for the 1930 season in all
them in addition to one basket. fog:; attempt to build a cham rpionship
a ,total of 7 points. Tyler and Jus # inem.. This big outfielder has lead
tice also' played their usual good the coast league for the last five
games at guard. years.
Coach Ray Courtright stuck to e
decision.' of sending in a .revampce F;. hnn .~
lineup at the start of the game. irvl restirs
Pendell and Ho being at the for- showl Much Progress
ward posts, Co mbe at center, and
Tyler arMt Justice at the .guard io-Coach M{uss Sauce's freshmari
sitions. The regulars Weinstein, wrestli t;sCIadl bed on the'ir ninth
Lindsay~ and Torrell were bench- =.ee oft ~; nwith a hard
ed in favor of the newcomers, but w7okout yesterday afternooni Only
were sent in at the start of thethe moewkso intniv
secndhal wththescre tad-practice are scheduled for this
ing at 19-18 in favor of the Wol- i semester, when the grapplers will
vr Toilesila. be given a respite during: examina-
Despite the victory over the Yp- sionste ilb einningmobthekat
silanti outfit the team still shows .}smetrkinwnipeethemof bAla
that it 'needs plenty of work he-,workuinmant iipatincf he.l
fore it can hope to make a good Capsme;nMrh
showing in both of its games this I The squad has been augmented
week. On Wednesday night they by the addition of Weatherbee, Ho-
travel to Detroit to meet the Cadil- mner, and l3aus, all lightheavy-
lac 'A. Ci While on Friday night they weights., The first two named
entertain the Detroit Y. M. G. A. in werecoon the f reshmnan, football
a, game, on the Yost Field HouseI team while Bans was games cap-
court. g ain.--

T ~1 IOWA FOOTBALL STAR ADMITS IIdaat Play LostL A s I I a
IntramIIural4 CHARGES OF PROFESSIONALISM to Michi gan :Swimmers AA,1'S
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1~~v UvesiV~str albakonth cais ha hs nl cr The Michigan team is for the NOTICE
NsIownPaesa'shafoballontem IPape clansthatisonlycom
UnferityofIow'sfoobaltammotartcoposdfvteansof has admitted participating in tw pensation for playing on the Du- motPr cmoelo eeastof STUDENTS-Leave your Laundry
nrcfessional football gamnes in 1926, buque team was the jersey he wore the championship team of last at 923 Greenwood Ave. or Phone
Swimming Tournament i h6uts ' er709
btdenies receiving any pay other inte ae. Each member of the yea. Indiana. on the other hand, 7091
than his football uniozfor his 'team was to receive about nine dol- Ihas but four varsity men from last'
to be H ld on T ursdayserviecs. He also stated that h adlazy at the end otf the season when! season. Hammer, Wright, Hodges ROEE-ocr uies 4
Prlmnaisoftebipnul ayed under an assumned nal-e al- the moiney was divided, but he hadan Therrete pincd S. State. Our corn is delicious.
gthough this nanme was used by the I sv~Q .neur with thu temn r t eiey evc vnns
fraternity swimming meet will be ( newspapers without hispeison after the second game and slid not swimmers On Tuesday night, Jan. Phone 7920. 6
liheld.Thursday night at 7:30 with Phil When this fleet backfield man, share in the proceeds. 21, DePauw will meet the Crimson Give your laundry a treat sead it
Kappa. Psi, winners of this year'sI who is alo a member of the Iowa Upon entering the university in I in the Indiana pool. Conference for the proper care to
faent ulsimnott track squad, performed on the grid-, 1927, Pape went to the university meets with Illinois, Northwestern, MOE LAUNDRY
hoos.,iron against Michigan lastflhauiotobrwmneto ep Purdue and Chicago are scheduled 104 North Main Phone 3916
co ihhad been exonerated of chargesa pay his tuition. He was referred1G
The Intramural Department di- previcously brought againsthiactoaIoaCtbakwerheasfrndna______________
vides .hmswimmingaCt bnwhr e a ifrInin. 00competition into I cusing him of rofessionalism. .in dad r 3Pape laed$5.0he aintansofhw-$10,000 TO LEND on first Iortggg
two parts. In the fall there are the made his admissinto EwrdHIeer, that h a gorn fte S. S. Kenilworth Castle-The at 6'o without bonus or servc
dual meets, one fraternity meeting Lauer university athletic director, I fact that he was borrowing from! rn of Wales, clad in shorts and charge. Phone 4356. 1350
another in an elimination series. i when told that the charges brought a "slush fund" backed by the uni-
IThe dual meets have only five against him last fall had be sub-vrst loan fund. He disclaims~ all' a sweater, plays medicine bal on M IAK X TUTORING GNC
been ves~~~iy ,FIA EXMT ORN
events and 'are all short dashes. stanitiatedi, and he was asked if he oth er charges of professionialism,. the way to South Arica.AKTTRIGAEC
___ _______310 S. STATE ST. -PHONE 7192'?
At this time, each year, there isi wished to make a statement before ---- -' ,
held one bg swimming meet with being officially barred from further 13
the best preliminary swimmers i intercollegiate athtic camipAition. NOTICE
1 ualifying for the finals. Instead of1 According to Pape lie played "a i WE BUY~ USED CLOTHING
he short events, the longer stand-I game with the Dubuque Bears in4H.BNAI
ardl events are used. 1926. In the newspaper accounts of! 215 E.Wahntn Poe41
The events on the program are _ h ai nwic ehdmd vah o hn 316
Igiven here, together with the~ odshwn o imefh a reeGT-ssa pcaly I
i crd holder and the time: 50-yard referred to by the nave of King.:
free style, Kimn 26 4-5; 100-yard; He resented this b cause he wish- rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387
free style, Patton, 1:07; 220-yard ed hi friends to know how he had
free sye okm2:850yrpled. In reading f his second : C
bestylroe, Voseu, 38 0s; 5 1-yad'nd last profe sional game played
iard. back stroke, Crego, 29 sec.; L,, rain called King. Evidently the
1 breast sroesela , 3 1-1a0 sec.:; 50- he e esnh fudhisl
- 25-Yard Mel elay, Phi Kappa' 2:15; were attemnpting to shield
I 5Gyar Meleyrely, hi app nimn in case he should ever enter
Psi, 1 :30. Diving, Maxiani. collfeiate (competition. ?
Entries are now being received ! - ------ --- --- _- ---- "' WANT D
for these event-s. An individtial may! TODAY'S GAMES.( 7
enter three events one of which l Volley Ball. - >1
must be a relay.. Independent an 7.30 _-Frosh. Lis. (Schultz) vs
inter class team entries are also! Jr. Eng. (Zanoff) (interclass cat
(.a-being taken for this meet. pionship finals).WA T D E p re c d o k d -
_______Handball. sires position as fraternity or
CHICAGO Ill., Janz. 11.-Arthurw I7:30-Friedman-Axinn vs. HI-o -sorority ____cook.___ 123
IHighland of. the Carl Schurz High! bare-Hob~art.
lI school, Chicago, established a new
national interscholastic record in TYPEWRITER
the 100-yard free style swim today, REPAIRING
Swimming the distance in 54 andr All makes of ma- " -
2-10O.seconds. The old mark was f chines. Our equip-
Nvortheastern'S team, who nmade .r amng the of ntyerearjae
in 55 flat in 1926.' amongte bstinte tae.Tle-
Highland ' set his record during bulin.LTyEiE RjI)L j
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