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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL KINDS BOXING
Chicago vs. Indiana at Chicago.
Wisconsin vs. Purdue at Lafayette.
Minnesota vs. -?. Dakota at Minn.
Iowa vs. Northwestern at Iowa Cy.
Michigan vs. Case at Ann Arbor.
Missouri vs. Oklahoma at Col'nibia.
HarvartLys. Virginia at Cambridge.
Yale vs. Springfield at New Haven.
Princton vs. Lafayette at Princet'n.
Cornell vs. Bucknell at Ithaca.
Dartmquth vs. Vermont at Hanover.
Army vs. Colgate at West Point
Navy vs. Pennsylvania at Annap'lis.
Up to the top of the column goes
football, pushing aside for a few days
at least the usual pop-eyed dreams
that attend the opening of the win
ter league baseball season.
Indiana's advance guard of grid
iron stars arrived this morning for
tomorrow's game with Chicago at
Stagg field, and the men were out
early practicing, having been grant
ed the privilege of using the inclc
sure where the game will be staged.
Jim Thorpe, former Carlisle athletic
star and Giant ballplayer, had charge
of the backfield men from the Hoosier
school and drove them hard in a final
prepping. The extra men and root
ers are to arrive Jate this afternoon or
tonight There is more confidence
in the Indiana camp than for years,
as the backfield boasts three veterans
irom the last year's team.
Coach Stagg will be satisfied if his
Marions win by a small score. Last
year the Hoosiers were defeated 34
to 0, but nothing like that is expected
tomorrow. Stagg" is heading a team
with many new men in the lineup and
has not yet put together a machine.
Several defects which cropped out in
the Northwestern game last week
have been remedied and the charging
of the line will be faster and possess
Northwestern football men set out"
for Iowa City last night to meet the
Hawkeyes tomorrow. All athletes
had recovered from last week's stiff
game with the Maroons and the
closeness of tat score sent them
away with confidence.
Wisconsin's game tomorrow with
Purdue should not be difficult for the
Badgers. Coach Juneau has the
usual Wisconsin team, which means
enough power to sweep aside the
llJinois will be handicapped in its
game with Ohio States by the ab
sence of Pogue and Clark, both won
derful open field runners. Zupke
fears minor injuries from which each
is suffering ihight be aggravated by
participation in the battle. Illinois
carries enough strength aside from
these two men to beat Ohio.
Jack Doig and Joe Sherman did
more fighting after the bell rang to
close the final round at Gary than in
all the ten rounds together. Doig ap
parently did not hear the gong and
Sherman, who had dropped his hands,
was a mark for the Spring Valley
man. Sherman grew peeved and the
pair mixed heartily for a minute. In
the actual battle Sherman had slight
advantage, Doig being slow and un
certain. Sherman played safe
throughout In the preliminary Ar
tie Armstrong outpointed Young Izzo
in a mill that was a bang-up affair.
A 25-mile walking race will be put
on at Gaelic ark, 47th and California
av., tomorrow, starting at 1:30. En
tries may be made with Gus Hock
stra up to the time the race starts.
A silver cup will e given for first
prize and the next three finishers will
Ad Wolgast has canceled the fight
he had scheduled for next Tuesday in
Boston with Charley White and .the
local lightweight "will be forced to go
against a substitute. Phil Brock or
Johnny Harvey will probably take)
Wolgast's place. ,
Andre Anderson, the Chicago
heavy, who found New York closed, to
him, may get his chance in New Qr-j