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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10',
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BASEBALLSPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
PREP FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY
Harris.on Tech vs. Hyde Park, 3
p. m. at Hanson school field.
Wendell Phillips vs. Englewood, 3
p. m., at Normal Park, W. 61st st
and S. Racine av.
Senn vs. Crane Tech, 1 p.' m., at
Weeghmari baseball park.
Harrison Tech vs. Hyde Park, 1
p. m., at Harrison school field.
Parker vs. Tilden, 10:30 a. m., at
Wendell Phillips vs. Bowen, 1 p. m.,
at Normal park. .
Marshall vs. Lane, 9 a. m., at
Senn vs. Crane, 11 a. m., Weegh
Lake View vs. Carl Schurz, at 3
p. m., at Weeghman park.
Oak Park at New Trier, 3 p.m.
Deerfield at Proviso, 3 p. m.
Bloom township at Evanston, 3
Thornton at Proviso, 1 pvm.
Keewatin academy at Loyola acad
emy, 3 p.m.
Morgan Park H. S. vs. University
High, Stagg field, 10 a. m.
Oak Park minors at Riverside, 3
St Ignatius college vs. Academy,
St Ignatius, 3 p. m.
Kid Howard was severely injured
last night Fred Fulton knocked out
Andre Anderson in the first round at
Eau Claire, Wis., and the kid's heavy
weight star has set, probably for
keeps. Anderson had no show and
was helpless before the Rochester
giant. Fulton was practically un
touched. He helped Anderson to his
dressing room, the Chicagoan being
dazed for several minute,
THREE CONFERENCE GAMES
TODAY MICH. VS. SYRACUSE
By Mark Shields
Private banks, like a certain ball
team hereabouts, attribute their
failure to reckless running. And
poor management is also blamed
for the troubles of the banks.
Today should go far toward clari
fying the football situation, both in
the east and west Three Confer
ence games are scheduled and no one
of them is a certainty for any team.
Chicago vs. Wisconsin, Purdue vs.
Illinois and Minnesota vs. Iowa all
should be vigorously contested, and,
while Wisconsin, Illinois and Minne
sota should be victors, they have no
gelid gallop over the opposition.
Coach Stagg of the Maroons is
promising a surprise. And a victory
for the Midwayites would be consid
erable upset, not so much because
of any strength the Badgers have
exhibited so far, but because of the
weakness and uncertainty of the
Maroons in every angle of the game.
Illinois goes in crippled, but should
have enough reserve strength left .
to drive 'over the Boilerjnakers. Min
nesota looms as the most formidable
team in the Conference, though Iowa
is better than for several years.
Indiana meets Tufts, an eleven
that has whipped Harvard, and there
is little hope for a Hoosier victory. A
defeat will not be a setback for west
ern football, as the Hoosiers were
defeated by Chicago, which in turn
lost two games. Michigan lines up
against Syracuse and the winner will
give its section of the country a
boost Both elevens. are representa
tive of the best in their respective
Northwestern, with the 3ame team
that whipped Chicago, should down
In the east all eyes are focussed on
the Cornell-Harvard, scrap, with the