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ftil" another hard summer. All fans
are tired of this protracted litigation
and want to see the game back on its
old plane once more. The impres
sion is strong in some quarters that
the fight should "he-straight out be
tween organized baseball and the
Feds with bankrolls for weapons.
Much good should result to col
lege football east and west from the
visit Coach Zupke of Illinois will
make to Harvard next fall as the
guest of Percy Haughton. "While the
coaches were here last week for the
intercollegiate meeting Haughton ex
tended the .invitation and Zupke
Haughton stands at the head of
football directors in the, east. Zupke,
by his work with the Orange and
Blue eleven, has leaped into the van
of coaches in this region, though he
is new to the college game.
The visit is expected to result in
an interchange of ideas. Haughton
will show Zupke some of the stunts
that have resulted in successful Har
vard teams, and Zupke will disclose
a few of the tricks that enabled Illi
nois to run over Maroon, Badger, Go
pher and every other opponent last,
Cordial relations should be cement
ed and the way may be paved for a
series of games between east and
west Harvard owes it to some west
ern team to schedule games follow
ing its cancellation with Michigan
after defeating the Wolverines.
Bob Burman beat Barney Oldfield
in a 50-mile race over the one-mile
circular track at Bakersfield, Cal., es
tablishing records for five, 25 and 50
miles over a track of that descrip
tion. His time, respectively, was
4:02, 20:28 4-5, 40:58.
Ad Wolgact is not sure that he will
be able to box Joe Shugrue in New
York the night of Jan. 13. The Ca
dillac Bearcat's physician is afraid of
injury to the battler's hands if he
tries any work before the early part
of February. Wolgast looked for
ward to a good winter and does not
want to hurt his earning capacity by
going after the coin too soon.
Roy McWherter won the mile and
Harry Kaad, I. A. C the half mile, in
the Norwegian Turners' ice meet at
Humboldt park yesterday. Neither
race was exciting as the stars ap
peared to be loafing on the job.
Arthur Staff of the Northwest Skat
ing club, with a handicap of 100
yards, won the two-mile event Kaad,
Gunderson and McWherter did so
much jockeying that they allowed
Staff to get away from them.
Indoor Baseball Scores.
Marquettes, 9; Romeos, 0.
Mutuals 7, Hiaerials 1.
Crescents 12, St. Casimirs 2.
Columbus 11, Marquette 2.
Loyola 10, Fort Dearborn 5.
Barry 5, St Patricks 3.
Dodgers 8, Ridgeways 0.
Training A. C. 16, Beta Delta 4.
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