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SBD/Issue 84/Facilities & Venues
Cubs Expected To Pick Spring Training Site By End Of Next Week
Published January 14, 2010
|Cubs Choosing Between Arizona And Florida
For New Spring Training Facility
WILDCAT FORMATION: In Chicago, Teddy Greenstein reports the "most significant hurdle has been cleared" in Northwestern Univ.'s (NU) "quest to host a football game at Wrigley Field: The dimensions, it has been determined, can accommodate 22 players and two sidelines." Sources said that with the "safety issue resolved," both NU AD Jim Phillips and Kenney are "working toward making the game a reality." A source said that "Big Ten issues, NCAA issues, TV matters and finances still need to be sorted out" (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 1/14).