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January 12, 1917 - Image 3

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John Edmunds and Big Bull

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Iuunne do battle to No Purpose

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A Daily scribe concluded the taking was wrapped around a measely six
of such statistics as form the basis feet of Dunne and Rosey Rowe began
of the instructive and illuminating to pray for the furniture and fixtures
basketball article which appears else- that weren't of cast iron or steel.
where on this page. The battle waged merrily for several
Long John Edmunds strolled into minutes, but Bull kept his feet and
the office as The Daily man was leav- finally John sank weakly into the one
ing. chair that hadn't been turned over and
Bull started to take off his macki-
"Say," said John, "your darned old';
sheet hasn't even mentioned me for a This sounded "taps" for The Daily
couple of weeks." scribe and he sought the nearest av-
The Daily scribe was properly enue of escape.
shocked and stood aghast at this en-. Anyway, John's "in print" and Bull's
tirely disrespectful mention of our features aren't mutilated, and about the
noble publication, (John really didn't only thing to suffer outside of the fur-
say darned," you know.) niture and Rosey Rowe's frayed and'
It was then carefully pointed out to shattered nerves is the poor, old Daily
the party in question that he had com- which is running this awful story.
mitted no acts of violence or other-
wise that necessitated his bursting into KUMAGAE WILL NOT COMPETE
print of late, but he wasn't appeased. FOR ORIENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Just then Bull Dunne dropped in
and asked for Mr. Bartelme in a voice
which frightened The Daily stenog- Boston, Jan. 11.-In a letter from
rapher on the floor below and which Tokio, dated Dec. 9, Hachishiro Mik-
caused a Ford owner in the next block ami wrote that Ichiya Kumagae would
to rush into the street to see if some- be unable to compete in the tourna-
one were trying to steal his machine. ment for the tennis championship of
But no, Mr. Bartelme wasn't there. the Orient at Manila. This is the event
At this juncture The Daily scribe in which George M. Church and Har-
suggested that if Long John were to old Throckmorton, who are now in the
throw Mr. Dunne upon the floor and Far East, were expected to try con-
trample upon his beautiful features clusions again with the little Japan-
The Daily surely would consider itself ese expert whose fine playing won him
duty bound to take proper cognizance fifth place in the ranking for 1916.
of the proceeding. Mikami is non-committal as to the
Whereupon Long John yanked Bull possibility of his taking another trip
back into the office and the battle was around the tennis circuit.
on. Bull didn't have a very clear con- -
ception as tojust what the riot was Ukuleles are the popular string in-
all about, but no one saw him trying strument of the day and are sold at
to sneak away, and soon six feet seven the Allmendinger Music Shop, 122 E.
and one-quarter inches of Edmunds Liberty St. 12

Harvard Hockey Team Defeats M -L.T.
Boston, Mass., Jan. 11.-Harvard de-
feated the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology at hockey, the Crimson
running up eight points and keeping its
own line clear.
Harvard Crew Men Start Season Work
Cambridge, Jan. 11.-Although no
official call has been issued for oars-
men, over 40 candidates for the Har-
vard crew are reporting daily and
working out under Coach Haines. Real
work starts the second semester.
Pennsylvania Oarsmen Are Summoned
Philadelphia, Jan. 11.-Coach Wright
has issued his official call for candi-
dates for the Pennsylvania crew. Ac-
tive training starts immediately.
Pennsylvania Plays Ten Games Home
Philadelphia, Jan. 11.-Pennsylvania
ttudents will see the Quaker football
team in ten regularly scheduled games
on the home field this fall. Pennsyl-
vania plays an even dozen contests
and all but two are at Franklin field.
Yale Five Overcomes Early Leads
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 11.-Coming
from behind is getting to be the best
thing the Yale basketball team does.:
Dartmouth was the latest opponent to
lead the Blue at the end of the first
half, but Taft's men pulled through cn
the long end of a 33 to 24 victory.
Harvard Has New Boxing Club
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 11.-More
than 50 men have joined the new Har-
vard Boxing club which has just been
started. Several bouts will be geld
between now and the middle of Feb-
ruary and a big tournament will be
staged at that time.
Best prices in town to Fraternity
house stores. The Delta. wed-eod

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'WORK' AND 'BRING OUT MORE MEN' KEYNOTES

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"Michigan has a more attractive
schedule to offer her track men this
season than she has had in many
years," Coach Farrell stated at the an-
nual meeting last night, in urging a
bigger turnout of Wolverines for the
team.
In every way except the attendance
the meeting was a big success. The
prevailing opinion last night was that
the total number out for the gathering
should not be allowed to represent the
aggregate of the men out for work this
season.
About 60 enthusiastic athletes were
present, nearly all of whom are trying
for positions on the Varsity.
"Work" was the keynote which all
the speakers sounded at some portion
of their discourse. The "bring out more

concentrate better on the work be-
fore a person.
Captain Carroll especially encourag-
ed men with mediocre ability to make
preparations to try for a place.
"A man with only mediocre ability
is often developed into a star perform-
er with hard work. It is not the star
we are after any more than it is mater-
ial which may be developed into a re-
cognized point getter," Carroll went
on.
Coach Farrell dealt particularly with
the opponents Michigan will probably
meet this season. Steve said the Var-
sity will have two excellent dual meets
in the gym, the first of which will oc-
cur just after the second semester
starts. In addition the coach will take
a squad east to one of the big inter-
collegiate indoor meets in February.
The coach also said that every man

men" sentiment was also in evidence out would be given the best of atten-
throughout the meeting. Each speak- tion possible, and that every candidate
er connected directly with track ac- may be sure of a square deal at his
tivities pointed out that in compar- hands.

ison with the teams which they regu-
larly meet, or which Michigan is ex-
pected to tussle with this winter and
spring, the turnout of athletes for the
squad is very slim. Comparing Mich-
igan's usual half hundred tryouts,
some of the other schools have as
many as 200 to 300 men out at the be-
ginning of their seasons.
Professor Aigler of the Law school
told the athletes that track as well as
other forms of athletics should go
hand in hand with scholastic work.
Aigler pointed out that bodily develop-
ment also helps in the development of
greater ;mental faculties by aiding in
.keeping the brain clear and able to.

COLUMBIA BASKETBALL TEAM
DEFEATS CORNELL BY 39.38

Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 11.-Leonard's
two long baskets from the middle of
the court were responsible for Col-
umbia's 39 to 38 victory over Cornell
basketball team. Both were sensa-
tional and spectacular plays and the
home team dropped a game that it
seemed to have won.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art tt

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HERE

IT

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The chance to replentish your supply
of clothes at reductions of from 20% to 50%.
Now is the time for action on your
part. No more hesitating-No more waiting
for prices to go lower. Come to the big store
while the selection is still good.

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Take

Advantage

of

These

Prices

REMEMBER THAT OTHER MEN ARE READING THIS SAME
NEWS AND MAY WANT THE SAME SUIT OR . OVERCOAT
THAT YOU DO-SO GET IN AS SOON ASS POSSIBLE.

Consider These Prices on Furnishings
50c ties 35c or 3 for - - - $1.00
Fancy vests - - - one half off
Bathrobes - - - one fourth off
Flannel shirts - - one fifth off
Caps - - - one fourth off
Stiff and soft hats - - one fourth off
Special lot soft hats - - one half off
Fleece lined and furlined gloves - one fourth off
BVY LVOGAGE NOW
If you need a suitcase, traveling bag or trunk buy it now. We
are including our stock of INDESTRUCTO trunks in this sale.
2tO OFF

One lot of mix-
ed patterns in
good styles
25
OFF

Best quality
heavy worsted
s a i t s- -staple
styles
20%o,
OFFr

Ftency mixed
worsted suits
in browns e nd
grys
OFF

EXTR.A SPECIAL
One lot of all wool suits formerly selling from $12.00 to $18.00
sizes 32 to 36 now
$4.00 A SVIT

R eulemConlinmFiegel Co.
The BIG STORE
200-202 MeAin St.

Manhattan Shirts
On Sale Beginning
January 19

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