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_ THUYRSDAY, -3ANTMUtY -36.- 1930

PAGE SEVEN

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Vari'ty Hocky "Team EIGHT NEW (PILOT$ GET.-TRIAL BZ
C--E-S"LOK.:-D.N ; Will PlayMarquette IN BIG LEAGUES THIS SEASONT J
AC IS RESHMENI Ltktr1'r tewa(Coninued From Page 6) _ ___2_______
_____________opening lineup will include Bill Tiewsnosolgaohn which club he managed during the FN
I1 hkys.Bean W.D .saeLangen at the center post. Joseph i two or three major league base- a ndo he12 sao we A
CahVekrsRglrBet tIe ae ~oe~all bunched behind them. Basket- Tokns ygratthe tswg potions,! ball clubsnablssom e orhwihDme Bs qiteanaowr hs310 S:.S'
ball, volleyball, ;bowling, handball, Topma h es hl atnwmnger nth aeyear been imported from the Amercanz
FaresPoo erlyI2 fi~lltLa n relays, horseshoes, tennis and soft- w" ill oerate with Bryant from the quite a. revolution was thought to, league to replace Jack Hendricks at
No season of Intramural Sports: ed for.4 Yet, for the 1930 baseball season, gership of the Brooklyn Dodgers isPIN
FISSEpMEoTRhsri~se a uhitst:_______ derer, first line alternates, are Sure, which will be getting under way in doubt, with the present bossj Victor
amngtenepnensuensptospet. fato rmteewthnafwsotmnhn esWilbert Robinson.;having the in-: ay c.
That the Minnesota .game didaogth neenetstdns--- ____ ____ os1os than eight new leaders will be in " 'l track to retain his iob, at resi
thovrnsnogo a pof the campus as the present one T® 1 A E As is the custom of the Marquette ^b rg of the contesting clubs,iO~ the new leaders, ,four hav
parent in the srimmgebetween and officials of the departmient -_____________________ p sters, thelseonaldratring for- Each league wlopeis amle had no ein pilotingin .g Janet Cb
the Varsity and the Freshmen tg are making-every effort to ltep{ Hockiey starting assignments. This will see helmxs of the various clubs In the BobuelshaweoJeweGbbyl Ens,( a TYIST-
ern yesterday afternoon ina which o this interest on the increase. 10: 00-Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Moome and Furlong go to the wing American league, Bill .Killefer will:Heinbe Wagner aell;aEsrvedin Cp
thae,-Veenkermen looked first. good, Starting with the opening of school,ThtaiCi. psts9Mcan ad s to enteeH. replace Dan Howley at St. Louis,~ thei role of cochs or active ply-l able ra
tenms thSigm Cerraydenend KaTnsei oaef. oi us iltk Ln lc-ers in recent years, but none have on En!
thn ad ad he trrbl. heinepnd-tweegrgnia Ch~i v. Tau Epsilon psitions, and Schultz to gole burns place at Chicago, Bob Shaw- hddrc oto vrtedsi 85
first half ended in a victory for with; the ;assurance that :thie would r {hi Donnie Mc ayden, Pudge MacKen- kywl iltesoso h aene facu.Klee a aa-=__
the Varsity but the course of j rcceivc points in each spor., to ap- 7:00-Alphla Delta Phi vs. Phi ie, Dunphy and Hegy will all see Miller Huggins at New York, and He facu.Klee amng
events were far less encouraging. Iply towards all year independent Kappi a atinaafeutegmegt Heinie Wagner will attemipt toteCusfo ivseaswihfarWila
under way. tedweeBl argm alda success. YIG
In the first half while the Var- team" championship. Having suc- : 0-Accaia vs. Theta Chi. Boston. BllCarianfale raITes.NG
cessfully carried on apitsse kta BoTge sto. aes
sity regulars were pitted against the for fraternities, it seemed likelyi 4: 15-Jeromes vs. Actuarie.H rrsio ea The National league, too, willAV L SI-
freshmen r e g u 1 a r s , Veenker's Ita iia ytmfrtemc Yazoos vs Pole Katz Soh ebur ave four new leaders,. with trb4p? f MORG
harge flashed as they did in the penddnts would be satisfactory, and1 7:00-!Polomxia Circle vs. Oakland GEi During Feraypossibility that a fifth will be ad- o T w
so it lhas proved. Feats !j ded before the season begins. Gab-. moder
Enin aeadrnu o-At the present time there are! Law Club vts. Alberts. (Conined From Page ) by Street has assumed the thank- NOTICE 4356.
ided score of 16 to 4 against the twenty-one teams competing forI SgaP B s a et Ih wlgtlau ei r ae ets fmangn teS. .oui Roger S]
frsmnbfr h n ftep-tealya rpyadti hudPhi "B. ball around Boston. Greenberg is Cardinals, to replace Bill McKetch- Charles Reynolds''-- --
rod. Only ocasionally. did the be.. Ancreased "considerably w hen t ya7:o4ae
ough edges pierce the pZoish'Csoefthtamenred in:as- 0-Senior Lits vs. Junior Dents. 18 yerofae six feet three and nie, who moves t Boston to at- __________________
.1nSenioems Centsdinvs.-1Junior Lits. one-half inches in height, andj tempt to pull the Braves, out of the USTIECO IN
style of the Varsity during this ketball final that the points they Senior Lawss vs. FroshLrsaws scleu20t in which they stayed last ear WE BUY NOTICELCOOK-:
p'sae20ponsYYuneheoJugElH.frame. gkarItemawarded rnigWtha t ohrSopputss s.unior'Lits Detroit's offers were of such ruthsthladeship ofe. Juge ml 1 .W H. BENJAMI hne 3 w60omK-1
Starting anewat the begei ningrigpoorin ta h byiY aki
f 'the second half Coach Vhe m nte unngwt:thesr :201osh DLats vs. Sp Py i fatrn rprin htt E yFcsadJhnUE s eel25E Wsigo hn ( Phone
remoed0-Fizoshapanaws . vs.tamsarehonPhys.yEdselected to leave school on the con- ns will remain .at Pittsburgh" .246c__
Wmeisatz aann vlRct,rnd ewteamsoareJco tinalyen-'Soh Eg. v. BsAds. pletion of his preparatory days iiitiImmnmwmIjmi1hijimiumiiijiiiiiiiiiw
I#is adue LoeRcktsteigtecpetition utr-SnirEg.v. ohLt.Iwithout carrying out his previous -=
iudson. Daniels, and Orwig against rSenior Eng.pvs. Sopht tn psp ,---1,,nln i..fneha nlre l ia _s

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strig o reerv frshmz I' aroominmg house on the campus it
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favor of the freshmen and be of. leagues are being form(
ach Veenker 'and Coach ;Fisher !using,. a street a unit. At the pre.
gan sending in their regular's ent time the .Chinese students clu
til by the time the Varsity, had are leading in..points scored by via
;ained a 9 to 6 lead the .lineups ;tue of, their winning the volley ba
the two teams consisted of' the champion'ship. They have 1(
;ulars who started the scrim-- 'points, the Wolverines, Olympic
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kt this junction the Varsity be -.
n to play ragged basketball wi;Vth
aresult that the freshmen- step-

9:00-Bills vs. Suckers. iItz k~ Vi11± .~~~U4uirEg s uirDnston first. In speaking of Green- FOjEN-ttatve roo fo
Wol-rne bersPesdet Nvi rveledth =XJone or two girls. Steam heat;
red oveinevs cl information that he had accepted 1 shower; soft water; washing
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Lb! URBANA, I1,-The University of; ago amid had not expected to gain 2 422 E. Washington. 34
i-IIllinois relay carnival, long. recog- the benefits of his services for
allj nixed as a national indoor track four more years in that hnc had = $1.00 and $1.50 Values ATTRACTIVE, comfortable, .quiet,
'M and field classic, will be held Mar.j expected the juvenile to attend col -=r sotromfrecnsmse.
es,I 5 lege. I Reasonable renit. Phone 5035..
__ -. POTABE 6 C Bo -~FOR RENT -One double and one
TYPEWRITERS VeI ry reasonable . For mnen Only.
We have all makes. ~~P hone45. 37Wshea.1
Remngon.Ryas.i'iV' " + 1 ~I~ FOR RENT-Manssmall single.
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Colored duco finishes. Prace $60 Stationers, Printers, Engravers, Office Outfiters frihd odcv ocn
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ped into tne lead and retained it.
until the end of the game in spite #
ofF vigorous efforts on the part . of{
the Varsity to regain it. The Var- I
,sity found it difficult in ; sinking
their shots, nearly all of the. mPn
missing easy tries, while the: fresh-
men capitalized a high percentage
of their tries.
VARSITY TANK9i3N WORiK
FOR MEET WITH GOPHERS
(Oontinued From Page 6)
Ladd,: a husky sophomore, and
McCaffree have been competing in
the '220 and 4401 yard events, with
the former having the edge, on
races to date. In the back stroke
Itrving Valentine is. assigned the
task of filling the vacancy ;caused
bye the graduation of Spindle and
Hubbell.
Indications are that Bob Gold-
sr~.th, the find of last season, will
do even better in his specialty, the
breast strobe, this season. Glold-
smith is big and powerful; and
should give any of. his opponents
a imace for their money. Carl Stae-
fli; another sophomore, has devel-
op~ed rapidly this year, while Jud
Thompson, two-year veteran, is
still available.
Walaitis and Sidney . Raike have
be'en waging a battle in,. the fancy I
diving, with. the veteran Walaitk-
having slightly- the ,best of it. How-
cver, Raike is doing well in-his .first
year of. college competition. fired
Griinshaw is also flgenting hard for
a place.
Swordsmen W41.. Have
Let- up in Practices
(Continued From Page 6)
F'eb. 28, the following Friday, Ohio
Wesleyan's fencers will invade the
Intramural buildinig, while on
March 1 the Wolverines will go to
Columbus to meet the Buckeye,
swordsmen. Another meet has
been. scheduled with Chicago to
take place later in the season;.-
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of our Suits or. Overcoats whether
in immediate need or not.
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completely furnished -seven room.
house for second semester to re-
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SMALL- Nicely furnished apart-
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Grad-. girls preferred. Call 6609.
during the, day. 3X
VERY- ATTRACTIVE -Nicely-, dec-
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Four rooms and,- bath on first
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city. Our customcrs know. this
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elsewhere. We invite you to try
one of our garments.
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