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Tuesday. January 7,. lng.
TJIE TIMES. Page Tliiro EiliiliililHliH DUPLIGATE i!IH!HllMnnHnniMIH!HI!IIFnillllilllHlienilMI!IUiUI!i!Hnillinun:MMHIHMMMI!i!MHn!H!!Hl!HH!' lilliiii! ! 1 1 m i h m ! ! i i s 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n i f 1 1 1 1 : i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 m t i i h n 1 1 m i f 1 1 i i n 1 1 i i i s ; n 1 1 1 n i ; u i i r t s i n m n 1 1 ; Oil 1 II -A. S3L IW From An Overstocked 'Manufacturer At Virtually Our Own Price! Visitors Much Stronger but Unable to Touch Owl City Birds at Basketball. HI I T M i H I WHIPPING nr. pr I 11 $1 I TTl r. tun a .jeo li-a 1 liUkMI JESL-i JA. !S"l'i"i.r, To Tse TiME.'j TUIITIXG. IXD.. Jan. 7. Duplies . ;ng their feat of New Tear's might, the iMvls last Friday triumphed oer the Vr.iverslty cl Chicago, 31 to 13 In thej Rtter'a ymnasium. As before the Owis were never in danger snj tr.ost j lwas were able to break up the best j the Maroons hid to offer. Fond started the guod work for the club by sinking one instil fist couple minutes of play, i Chicago evened up when Cot-gap drop- J rd a pretty 51.3a shot, then Frieling ' started to work and the Owls had four j more roints. From then on the Fnici-j ity slowly making six baskets for the j evening. Griesel followed with a like i number also ra-mir the only frc throw ; ihat naa offered the club. While Harry I Frieling did n3t score h-s usual number ! of point?, he ran will on ihf floor and! was largely responsible in keeping tli ball in O-wl territory. The bis Uus i Oriesel was all smiles and continually 1 helped Bern! Fgan knock 'em dead. ! Feerey spent most of his triorgy on lie- : fense and was a hug? success. 1 Cochrane and Al I'rcssler broke in the j second half snd took part in two fpasra? , 'hiring which tlie club five parsed tli" : ha'.'i about entirely uninterrupted for; sevral minutes e-v:h tune. Coach l'at. 1 Page of the Maroons kept ycllini; for hi ' team to break it up but even his pre at agitation failed to .stop the little gam- j '' -a;oh some one anions the Owls had' started. j The Maroons improved over the::'1 showing on New Tear's nigh, ant wJtft i th addition of r.locki and Firkhofi" : furnished more orposi-ior. Score: J Owls (SI.) 'Iriesel roud Feoney Frieling Kgan ' "ochrane - -A. Fressler K. V. V. T. ; .5 1 1 0 ! " . -" 0 il ! .0 t 1 11 . o o ii ii --') 0 0 i) Chicago (15.) Blocki ; s;e;erem 0 rtorgas " Hinfcle 1 1 Faln-.er 0 Hirkhoff 1 Endriz 0 F. F. T T. j 0 n fi i O II 1 1 1 NOTES OP TKE GAXE. This game was Harry Fnolmg's las: , with the club a- he goes to New Tork to assume an important position with ' the Thomas "Wilson meat packing com- rny where he will uevoto all of his j time to business. The Ow Is lose in i Vrieling a great player and a wonderful i mar.ager. Ills lift game was a -ni' ' haracteriation of bis ability and !t j moved Fat Fase of the Maroons to sa- - ins. "fie is the slickest player In the . country." j University fans wer; unused to th" hard pla;,'ii:g and knoi.lj '"n: dead styi , r? Fernie Fsran and his a electa tea of ; 'he rough and tumble Gtsp"?ttton. N" oubt they werA relieved ; fnd th.a rone of their stars were murdered or broken in two. Eddi Fond had a niee e-,":une. Hi . passing was pretty and each of his y: hfk fll "hreugh the hoop without touching the rim. Among eon? of the sporting noiabi" present were Butch Scar.lon and bed ecach Stagg of Chicar". both well kn-.v n ; in this locality. Captain Pill T-eny ; i 1 lead hi.- siuad against the tlary InJi'p''ivknl- ".i an 31th at th" Slot ish ll''me. ;-.: , has e. fast team mostly composed j'isn who traveled down state with lb', i hampionship high school fives. Help the Government to pay its j dsbts by buying War Savin; . Stamps. BOMBARDIER WELLS COMING TO" AMERICA 7 V I 4 J ; ; l&A1 Mr. Kaufmann wired from hlcw Yorc last week that he had taken over a hig hue of JSSew Silk Plush and Yukon Seal Coats from a Man facturer who was overstocked and wlio sold them to him at his own price. We are glad to pass this saving to our customers. Sale begins Wednesday morning. The Coats arrived this morning there's more than four hundred in the lot. There is a big variety of charming styles to choose from Chap pie Coats Opossum Trimmed Coats and Ural Lamb Coats. Regular and extra sizes. Note the regular price and the sale price in the items as listed below. The Best Models Go First. COME EARLY! Sale Begins at 9 A. M. ""it l rHV I ' I'J'. 'if V 4 ey.. i . t L, 5 J-' 'V, SI iU-'iM r -i - . -j . hi? li i 'V'- Jt- A ,-SJ ft i , ' . --,'-4 4-. ' S.-. : ":..',' .' f.'V ;,';-:V--J ; .a .3-j'-" " twi. - i i -jO ; ; s t f 4 '.2. i 1J- i'i s e nntire P $3Q Coats 21- 'Handsome Ural Lamb Coats F-iH ;.'r;!h bfif-d models. iiw s!le collar, dwp uffs nnd bI o:" ;tk phisli. lined throuchoji; s;?o ;:a -,n 4'. Uvular pric $:b'.ff, r-.uTha?? Pa!o 75 $35 Coats 29-1A Beautiful Plain Tailored Coats urcnase $32:Mz ChaPPe Coats $23-15. Smart New "Chappie" Coats $23.75 (l I'i I ' li'lff $50 Coats $39-M Sirikin now t'h!pi' i'ou- y rich !ii'! mis iriisi!. . oiifT;:. tiett ui ;fni! lined jd'As ,'"d S.'i'i coil's as Been Divided Into 7 Lots! $30 Coats 2 j .75 Pretty Coats for Stout Women Bfcomins rao.dl? of black Ural Lamb. fli!rrel back, bpltpd. Jare collar, dop ctiffs, liprd tbrousboui; sires 4! to 53. Regular price $30.00. Furcha.e S ry 7 e Sale price JL i $40 Coats 3 2.50 Charming Fur Trimmed Coats Of v.tv jinrst .m:litv ituIhmI r onl j A n!i. t hrrr--iiartor lcncth, larco .! hi iiixl !irp .-lifiV. pn-Hiiy linod: KJ.."f .mi $39.75 $40 Coats $33M lb rominp Seal Plusli Coats in sizes 41 to 53, for stout women, full Irneth bfed models with lart;f ciiliar rind deep cuff.', 510 $33.75 lllfllS" ;'.,!;' lirot'-houi "'' Se;:I IMua;-!. bel'.fd tuo-lei v. rh :-n dec;) o:iff:. lined - y f ':- satin. 5"'5 coats a' & jiJ .1 tJ Advance Spring Mill'm erv at Januaay Prices I'll. i ( -rues, a ! ' tTllt;n' ! i !': - I'' .-. ml t.t? n d a;v $198 Of seal plush with immense collar of black opossum, flared back, some are belted, lined with. Aqrt l Salt's satin, $4 coats, I'urchane Sale at vJ-w.vl Neu? Trimmed Hats at January Prices HATS TRIMMED FREE WOLF - Hammond, Imd. Double 5. II. Green Stamps Wednesday Charming" new trimmed hats, advance prins mod Is, developed of rich satins, also ptraw and sat:: eombinations. every wanted color, $S.O0 v:thjos pi ;, i d at .$3.98 HATS TRIMMED FREE ni hh-iiiLu.;.! :;: iiir: H:!lI!i:S;i:i:!!l!l!i!l:!:i!H f " '"T 1 1 s. If !4if Vv'y 1 M 1 WlLLIlflO .WIS HOWH H!iG OFFER nr.l Ke-srs cci-T-ci.) rei -rd-bri-nk it n ! n i j a t v. . n' ;. - , : . for the ! 11 bC'MIH' ' ENTRY NO. 1 IN SrQ0C) IN! II AN POLIS SPEEDWAY RACE Ii VI 't ' '-- ' ' s. LEONARD 10 HAVE UAHY GHAHCES TO DEFEND HIS TITLE f: c tin;!- - ,vir.i s sii . rtcds ui bi.a ' com- . Chailey White H 'Ui:: ilH k n s .4 l'h ':i,.-:iu - tin--; a ' "in ii i f o ' i.ii; instruct nig I'r.i'i' i i i i . i t ''si.: et I t e; nr Interna -c '! ; h'.v ;i . .iao. turned d"w n i i S 7 . 0 ' for ni shin-'- I "T d tight sMiis K i" n.. ( l.r.ii i.iom-biti "f t'" v"t''i V JAi AA ff Ikn.'vtn f.day. yrJiF I-mtn-.ck T..rt..rU'b. N-w 'rl-ans t.ro- , i aniiii!'. v i . .... . .lid pet. it f-iorabb' rordy from th' , clanipiun. ; lb-re is V.'iih-ii'd's reply ss w ired to ; Tammt'ii: "Received your wire .n t.iy rcair.n t" . Law mice today. l"on't care t, consid-r proposition of boxing at this tune.; MtRh' I'Jiss Mirmigh !.'fi.v-r in near fu- : and v.U sir yn-i l!i"n. Jack Demopey and Wel'j w;! be I T"r" " "r 1S sWBht. V'elU served in the war aad ' "- tiiard'. i-o. rse bombardier Wells. Charley Rose, well-known trainer of fighters, is coming hack from overseas with Bomliafdicr Weils, Englisli heavyveig-ht scrapper. Bart ley Madden wi'.l be the fir.;t man to meat Wells in an American rirp". it is said in the east. A bout between j ' ..Mi"" i 1 V 4 .- ': " "? 'V v"C v,' V T . ' ' t- .i jw: w-:: t tl! t I.- i u r v.". v i 'i, y '. m i i rs; ( i ! r, !".'.': )' s5 x Es- --r v"-'- ---f Ey JACK VriOCK !.- : . i -it.- (International Nerrs Sports Editor.) (u s:- i, , : M-iW TORK. Jan. 7.- i u;r the '?' ' x.,,. : !i.,;k J.. cf the lightweight hnf br.-n a . ry s- f ' ;.. , -r. job for lienny I ir-ird .". h. th.- pa--t - wil'.. ,.-k.-. jenr. - ' , Litm-i- . I : i : - r The Utile hat'!, i frcni Hi" llroiiv ims , a in ad ' "!-is. red li"f:n prss.-d tt. .l.f. nd 1 :s tit!- hy ', U - I'Ufdic oldnivti. for t b-i luibbe was bi . th-- !r.-uld- watchitisT tlie l-is Inn! a-f-s,-. ilie poi d ' not i , ,; ,-n ''ui,':-,: Hut thins? are begun i i.-- to stir m w b. !'..- ! ' ; p-"i' i : lightweight rircie: , now tint th- big' ,ivt !. fi.aS i I'ViT. , ' The -ood lightweights ,.f , !,r e..li:t,try i J2XQ-XJE GOES who. like Leonard, v .'ii -y v in . 1 : actiViii' ii ! i e r a .- in 1 ni'.'t'-ir '". ire, :i . to a ).( Hi' means knuckle ON EEOOHIv ( Jill Iura:tt in Chevrolot Special Auto racing in sji'.eduled to keep pace with the sronoral boom in sports tb's year. That auto rr.c ers anticipate a bit: season is in dicated by the fact that Ct;.T Du ndy fileJ wiih the Is:- , sj.Ciial tvlth which he won the var.t n;i': die na po!i.! ncpdwnv officials hi.; entry in the . c . rr.!. to 1 ? f ta , Mav. ins car ts, ."yi '.;! speed'.vav ed by them r.exL i? t:i2 Cl::?vrolet ciiic coast ct:amm'ni:ip at tacoma la?t I'uurth of July. Most cf the best known drivers are expected to re-enter the rEmo. or in some t;-?m h of :h- ' tet t ni j ready in on..' n;i i ba is. v. hi-h for t h I li jr t ing in a siM ii-.'. or ring. There aif perhaps a soon of fan good lightweights. am-:ig whom tl or fov.r .stand out prom in. ntl.v. who oien be hark ins a' T.--"r-r.!'.- be'ls a . in. ne.- to topple In:.- fri:;. hi.- tlirni'-. ; ih rnd F.enny will be ra ')-! m.on ; .b-fei,d Yo'-i his tro j n in mip.- rtfur b.-Mbs foui or iif n. (By Z.:t?i national I'ews Service.) N KV. Vi.KK, .j i.i. 7. jii-; i. tt ini r 1 1 ;a t : I.' -igu - ::; op. r ' ord '..d.iy as opiioiioni- . r n.- .'.ni-ifr.'. tight of t:. nilljo!-': !. d ril l 1 ' ills, '" c' lb OW - ; p - -i a i e -i : ..n at h j,- i,s ...u I i f- - tii g bofo w!-i. i -e, .'.i b "' '.:;t t- ian I'-. flom 1 r-, t