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January 04, 1918 - Image 3

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Chicago, Jan. 3.-Although the war
will undoubtedly affect the playing
N strength of "some of the teams, the
"Big Ten" championship basketball
li season will get under way on Jan. 5,
with every indication of producing as
interesting a race as the 1917 football
The return of the University of
es Michigan to the Western Conference
has added a new interest to the wint-
be er sport. The Wolverines will clash
with practically all of the conference
fives. The Northwestern-Wisconsin
t game to be played at Evanston, will
at be the opening contest of the season.
From then until March 13, when Wis-
a- consin meets Purdue at Lafayette, the
race for the championship will be in
of full swing.
Est sIllinois Loses Stars
Enlistments and graduations have
wreckedthe championship teams of
Ore Illinois and Minnesota which tied for
the title last season. Nearly every
ho coach in the conference, in fact, faces
zs the task of building a new machine.
Purdue, however, appears to have been
the most fortunate of all "Big Ten"
ng schools. Practically every member of
last season's team will be in the line-
h up and critics believe the Boilermak-
ers have the edge on the champion-
-he Wisconsin Misses Old Coach
rot Wisconsin's showing will be watch-
Ht ed with interest as the Badgers have
12 always been regarded as a power in
:2 the winter game. The team, however,
ed will be without the services of Dr.
sr Meaningwel, long a prominent figure in
western conference basketball, who
us has left Wisconsin in order to be-
come athletic director at the Universi-
ed ty of Missouri. Coach Lawman, who
or directed the Indiana team last season,
ht, will have charge of this year's Badg-
n ers.
be The-schedule follows :
n: } Jan. 5-Wisconsin vs. Northwestern
.l at Evanston.
ad Jan. 9-Purdue vs. Illinois at Ur-
bana; Michigan vs. Ohio State at Ann
ey Arbor; Northwestern vs. Minnesota at
pe Jan. 14-Illinois vs. Minnesota at
ra Urbana.
ns Jan. 18 - Mchigan vs. Indiana at
er Ann Arbor.
n Jan. 19.- Chicago vs. Michigan at
el Chicago; Purdue vs. Indiana at Lafay-
ette; Illinois vs. Wisconsin at Urbana;
Minnesota vs. Iowa at Minneapolis;
Northwestern vs. Ohio State at Evans-
Jan. 25-Minnesota vs. Michigan at
Ann Arbor.
ld Jan. 26-Michigan vs. Northwestern
at Ann Arbor; Wisconsin vs. Purdue
at Madison; Chicago vs. Minnesota at
n- Jan. 28-Iowa vs. Purdue at Iowa
-e- City.
he Feb. 1-Indiana vs. Ohio State at
k- Feb. 2-Wisconsin vs. Minnesota at
s- Madison: Chicago vs. Illinois at Chi-
rill cago.
he Feb. 4-Purdue vs. Ohio State at
od Lafayette; Iowa vs. Minnesota at Iowa
.y- Feb. 9-Illinois vs. Northwester at
at Urbana; Chcago vs. Purdue at Lafay-
n- ette; Indiana vs. Ohio State at Col-

Our 1-4 off,
Clothing Sale
Of Our Entire and Immense Stocks of
For Men and Young Men

Plain-color suits and plain'staple overcoats alone exc epted

That includes suits in every good niodel-Trench and Belt Overcoats, Storm Coats, Motor
luxurious big ulsters in warm "woolly" fabrics from Scotland, Ireland and England; finest silk lined
terfields; Carr's Meltons, fine Vicunas and Montagnac types-the finest money can buy.


All $15.00 Suits ai Overcoats at......$11.25:
All $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at......$15.00
All $25.00 Suits and Overcoats at......$8.75
All $30.00 Suits and Overcoats at......$22.50

All $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at.......$13.50
All $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at.........$16.80
All $27.50 Suits and Overeoats at.......$20.60
All $32.50 Suits and Overcoats at.......$24.35

All $35.00 Suits and Overcoats at.. ...$26.25


Sale is
Going On

Boys' $.50 and $5.00 Suits and Overcoats
- o at -
$3.40 and $3.75

.: .

Boys' $6.00 and

A Word About

The 1918 Wall Calendar

The Ann Arbor Press will issue its. Wall Calendar again this year. This
calendar probably has earned more favorable comment than any other calendar

which has ever been given away in Ann Arbor.

All year long, The Press has

reported for
ractice at Wat-
night. Basket
ce and a short
arsity made up

s took a bad beating at
Witchell's men and this
ue to the absence of
eshman regulars. Two
squad were drafted into
plete the ranks of the
Langaham, who played
riepy, who held down
orward of the freshmen
id his place was ably
ms, old Detroit Central
held his old place at
orward and put up his
ae. Wilson at guard put
ht against the big for-
Varsity but at times

Feb. 11-Illinois vs. Ohio State at
Feb. 15-Wisconsin vs. Chicago at
Feb. 16-Michigan vs. Minnesota at
Minneapolis; Illinois vs. Purdue at,
Lafayette; Northwestern vs. Wisconsin
at Madison; Indiana vs. Iowa at Iowa
Feb. 18-Ohio State vs. Illinois at
Feb. 22 - Mchigan vs. Indiana at
Bloomington; Purdue vs. Ohio State at
Columbus; Chicago vs. Minnesota at
Feb. 23-Mchigan vs. Northwestern
at Evanston; Illinois vs. Wisconsin at
Feb. 25-Illinois vs. Minnesota at
Minneapolis; Northwestern vs. Ohio
State at Columbus.
March 1-Chicago vs. Michigan at
Ann Arbor; Indiana vs. Purdue at
March 2- Wisconsin vs."Minnesota
at Minneapolis; Illinois vs. Northwest-
ern at Evanston.
March 6-Chicago vs. Illinois at Ur-
March 8 - Iowa vs. Indiana at
March 9-Ohio State vs. Michigan at
Columbus; Iowa vs. Purdue at Lafay-
ette; Northwestern vs. Minnesota at
March 13-Wisconsin vs. Purdue at
Always-Daily Service-Always.

personally deliver each calendar to the party for whom it is intended.

ness concerns, professional men or members of the faculty who have been on
the list in the past may expect a copy for 1918 within a week or so. A few
extra copies will be printed this year to take care of any business concern, pro-
fessional man or member of faculty, who has not received a copy, and who

received requests to "put my name on the list for next year.
The Press recognizes the fact that this calendar is extremely useful, to say
nothing of the wit contained in the short and sharp mottoes which appear at
the head of each month. The calendar would lose some of its value, if passed
around and given away promiscuously. Accordingly the policy has been to

may wish one. No telephone requests will be filled.

Party must call in per-


And a limited number will be


printed for extra copies.

This Calendar is not for distribution in private

The Ann Arbor Press
Press Bldg.


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