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cadets have a strong team. Just what
Coach Harper is preparing at South
Bend is a mystery. He is known to
have a squad measuring well with the
elevens of the past few years, but
has kept the dope under his hat, hop
ing to spring a-surprise.
Michigan has a hard schedule. Be
sides Cornell and Penn games she
must meet Syracuse and Michigan
Aggies, who upset the dope, two years
ago by whipping Yost's bunch.
Although they will be pointed for
the eastern contests, the Wolverines
are saving energy to tack a sizeable
score on the bunch from their own
state. Every "big nine" eleven will
get into the field Saturday with the
exception of our Maroons. North
western vs. Lake Forest will occupy
the local limelight
Walkers are waiting for Dan
O'Leary's coming contest at the Irish
Gaelic park nex Sunday. The elev
enth entry is Bridget Donaghue of
County Clare. Bridget is backed by
her brother Pat, who has set up the
necessary "five puns," which every
entrant is going to donate to the win
Wm. Huey of Chicago reversed the
cnglish in the second block of his 150-
point match with George B. Moore of
New York, the present champion, at
Gotham last night His score of 60
to 40 gives him the long end of 100
to 90 for the pair of games.
Twenty-one entries have been re
ceived for the swim which Harry
Backrach is going to pull off in the
lake basin under the colors of the
Columbia Yacht club Saturday. The
distance is two and one-half miles
and with good prizes for the first to
There is no truth in the report that
Charley Comiskey of the Chicago
Sox is to be called on the carpet for
buying a pennant. His players saved
him from humiliation.
It took the Philadelphia Nationals
32 years to win a pennant At that
rate they would repeat in 1947.
Damrau is the name of the new
third sacker on Connie Mack's team,
but his work around the bag is not
dam raw at alL
Jim Jeffries is roaring again. Just
when he was all ready to go on a
duck hunting trip he was ordered to
serve on a.jury. Poor old Jeff!
New York laughed at Chicago after
the Gotch-Hackenschmidt affair.
Since the McFarland-Gibbons bout
the shoes are on the other foot
BEES DO STING
A A A JbA
"We had a spelling bee up at the
hotel last night"
"Hjw did you get along?"
"I got stung."
Miss Antique says she'd love to be
able to step to the phone and call up
her college days.
She'd have to use long distance!
Herr Lipp is an upholsterer in Dela
van, Wis., and-J. J. Ruff runs a board
ing house in Sioux Rapids, Iowa
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