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Harvard's football earnings for the
year were 5280.000. The Crimsonf
and Yale divided $123,000 after their
game. . i
Wisconsin netted $31,705 for .its
E. J. Davis, right halfback, has
been elected captain of the 1917
Iowa football team.
The board of appeals of the High
School Football league has ordered
the tie game between Crane and En'
glewood played over. Englewood
gridders are hot for th'e battle aid so
are Crane athletes. A hitch is pos
sible in gaining consent of athletie
authorities at Crane. They fear an
other outcrop of the bitterness that
was prevalent at the game last Sat
urday. If the game 'is replayed, it will
be staged' at Stagg field next. Satur
day morning. In the afternoon on
the same field" Senn and Parker fight
for lightweight honors.
Tex Rickard held another session
with Jess WiUard regarding, a teri
round fight in New York, but nothing
was given outy Tom Jones, who han
dles tne auairs -oi wuiaxu, was- not
present at the conference, and notic
ing will be done. without" his O. K.
Willard- also has an offer of $40,000
from Tom Andrews fpr ten rounds
in Milwaukee against Fred Fulton.
jf such a fight is staged the fans J
have only themselves to Diame, No
battler in the world is worth $40,000
for ten rounds, and the,y would, get
no' such guarantees if the public
didn't pay the freight. Ring follow-,
ers give up their coin , to see such."
affairs, then" holler long and knid
after the battles. The' time to exer
cise their veto is before the battle by
refusing to give-up their cash. '
Benny Leonard outpointed Chick
Smiler in ten rounds at New York,
but had to fight all the way to do it
The newcomer from Scranton made
a great impression on New . York
iJoeStecher.is here for his wrest
ling boat at the Coliseum tomorrow
with Charlie Cutler. Cutler is mak- j
Ing claims of victory despite the poor
showing-he' made in former bout
against the Nebraskan.
Ravenswood defeated CommreW,
3 to 0, in an indoor ball game ofthe
Knights of Columbus league,
' Led defeated Loyola, 13 to 3.
LOCAL GARMENT STRIKE'
NeW York, Nov. 29. Chance for
quick victory for 25,006 Chicago
tailor workers who may strike in few
weeks was made very favorable Tjy
the, action yesterday of New York:
tailoring shops. An increase of from
35 .td40"p"er cent to meet the inorM
ed cost of living will be given 32,MK)
employesqf members of the Ameri
can Clothing M'f'g ass'n beginitfne
Dec. 18.- The advance represents in,
increase in wages or $s,uyu,uoy a
South Bend, ind. Oliver Chill&d
Plow Co., Misbawaka Rubber Re
generation Co. and.. Mlshawika
Woolen Mfg. Co. give 10 per cant
raise to 10,000 workers..
New York. Standard Oil Co. of
New Jersey will make its wage raise
effective Dec. 1. Affects UOjOOO. '
TELEGRAPH, BRIEFS '
New York. $200 is value of estate -
of Pastor Russell, according to fife
will. Left all fb wife. -
Washington. Turkish1' -roverri-
ment rescinds agreement to alkijir
several hundred Americans to return
Washington. Railroads of north.
west will put 16,500 ore cars into
coal-hauling service In attempt to" re
lieve coal famine.
New York. Disregarding warnfoe
of federal reserve board.i J. P. Mor
gan & Co. will offer-series of treaaurv
notes for British and French govern
ments, - ;
New York. Israel Feinberp. or.
board of coroners, says widespread:
uiruu-uuuuui propaganda woulfl. in
50 years decrease America fronrfi rat-
class nation to sixth-class nation.