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came from Yale the team was one of
our "funniest things."
Chicago and Stagg have always in
spired praise from writers. The con
trast with Northwestern is striking.
Chicago, with a little more than half
the male students that the Purple
has, always puts out a fine team.
Chicago's games and Chicago's
players are featured far ahove North
western. The result is attraction of
better football material to the South
Side school. And a high standing in
the pigskin sport each year.
The inevitable secret drill in Stagg
field, which no stranger is allowed to
watch for fear that formations may
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be disclosed, started yesterday. A!
clean, cool day, good prospects for
the team and the personal attention
from "Old Man" Stagg urged the boys
to great efforts. The scrap for a ma
jority of the places left open by grad
uation is earnestly on.
With two weeks of practice before
them the Maroons will tackle the Pur
ple in Evanston. This year they will
be minus the crowd which always
turns out to root at Stagg field and
will have to face a good team which
has been developed by Coach Murphy
from his last year's offering. This is
the Northwestern coach's second
year up north and something is ex
pected of him.
The South Shore Country club fair
will have one good offering for sports.
A modified handicap marathon will
be run from the city hall to the club
grounds today. Twenty runners, with
Christensen, Kennedy and Mellar, will
To R. A. Bard went the handicap
golf tournament of the Princeton club
at Onwentsia. The Women's West
ern Golf ass!n contest at Beverly was
copped by Miss Lucille Ried of South
Shore from a field of 90. The wom
en's championship at. South Shore
fell to Dorothy Higbie, who defeated
Carrie D. Kuhnert, 2 up.
"Chick" Evans, Jr., and D. E- Saw
yer of Wheaton will play an 18-hoto