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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1913, Image 12

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football honors, but the East, will see
the staging of the semi-finals, Har
vard playing Princeton -arid Pennsyl
vania going against Dartmouth.
Nothing that will have a bearing
on the conference championship is to.
be pulled off. Minnesota, as yet un
defeated by a conference team, is,
idle, and the Maroons, also undefeat
ed, play Northwestern, which has not
won a game. The only uncertainty in
the latter game is the size of the
score. The Purple has been shot to
pieces by injuries, and will be soft
for Chicago Coach Stagg plans to
use his second-string men during the5
major portion of. the game.
In the East all eyes are on the
Harvard-Princeton game. The Crim-
son is a 2-to-l favorite on its show
ing in practice games. Every regular
will start the fray, Brickley, the star
ground gainer and drop kicker being
in fine fettle. Capt Storer has an.
injured leg, but will be in the Tlne-up. ',,
Mahan, the sensational punter, may
not lastthrougfe the engagement.
Princeton,'weak at the start of the
season, has been strengthened
through changes, and heavy scores in
S the last two battles indicate the pow
er of the new Tiger attack. Law is
tiie big question mark of the game.
If his punting compares favorably
with Mahan's the Tigers will have a
chance for victory. Baker's open
field running is also counted on. The
Tigers are the only eleven with a
chance to defeat Harvard, Yale being
weaker than- for years. The Blue
plays Brown tomorrow, and another
defeat for Old Eli would not be sur
prising. Dartmouth, by defeating Princeton
for the second tune in two years, lays
claim to championship honors, and
will have some foundation for the
boast ilPennsy can be put out of the
Two intersectional battles, Mich
igan vs. Cornell, and Notre Dame vs.
Eenn State, are carded. Both will be
played in the East, but the Western
teams .should win, , . ., .
Chicago vs Northwestern, Evanston.
Mich. Aggies vs. Mt. Union, Lansing.
Ohio State vs. Wisconsin at Madison.
Purdue vs. Rose Poly at Lafayette.
Nebraska vs. Wesleyan at Lincoln.
.Notre Dame vs. Penn State at State
Michigan vs. Cornell at Ithaca.
Harvard vs. Erinceton at Princeton.
Yale vs. Brown, at New Haven.
Dartmouth vs. Penn at Philadelphia.
Carlisle vs. J. Hopkins at Baltimore.
Navy vs. Bucknell at Annapolis.
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A practical plan to -combat the -
evils of the loan sharks will be start
ed tomorrow when the First State -
Industrial Wage Loan Ass'n begins
There will be no loans made until
Monday, however, as tomorrow will
be spent in meeting employers of the
city and explaining the purpose of
the association.
Short loans will be made on salary
assignments and the charges will not,
exceed 3 per cent a month. The loan
sharks now charge 10 per cent. Hon
est -and trustworthy borrowers can
obtain as high as $250.
No loans will be made until em
ployers are first notified that the as
sociation will hold an assignment on
the man's salary.
The officers are: Marvin B. Pool
of Butler Bros., president; Wm. H.
Rehm, Holtz& Rehm, first vice
president; D. R. Kelly, Mandel Bros.,
second vice president; GustaV F. Fis
cher, Rubens, Fischer & Morris,
treasurer; W. Ruf us Abbott, Chicago
Telephone Co., secretary.
The directors are: Hinry J. Ben
eke of Hibbard, Spencer & Bartle'tt;
Louis More of John Mohr & Son;
Harry J. Powers, -Powers Theater,
and Howard G. Hetzler,. president of
Chicago & Northwestern Railroad.
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