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aconsin -objects on the ground that
there is a taint of professionalism
about playing for big gate receipts.
"Dispatches from Harvard declare
-that the Harvard authorities consider
such a game feasible, though they
lined up to take the places of regu
lars, Gray, Flood and Albert, who
will likely be out of the Illinois game.
In spite of the fact that advance dope
favors Illinois, Chicago is going to
have a good strong rooter backing.
About 2,000 are expected to make
the trip from here.
Al McCoy, who jarred the middle
weight title aspirations from George
Chip by a wallop on the chin, is
slightly favored over Soldier Bart
field of the U. S. A. for the ten-round
bout tomorrow night at the Broad
way Sporting Club in N. Y. An at
tempt will be made to match the win
ner of tomorrow's scrap with Jimmy
have not committed themselves in
President James expects to have
answers from all the "Big Nine" con
ference schools before tonight.
Both Illinois and Chicago are
working hard toward getting in
proper trim for the big battle at
Champaign Saturday. On this game
greatly depends Chicago's chances
for the conference championship.
Coach Stagg is getting new players
SUCH IS LIFE
Letters through the postoffice of
Toronto, Ont., .were being post
marked "Canadian National Exposi
tion, Toronto, PEACE YEAR, Aug.
29-Sept 14, 1914."
Some people refuse to do things
because they are near-sighted, and
some others because they are far-'
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