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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
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These are the Jackson cars that have made -such a
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Couple with these facts the Jackson reputation of ten
years standing and we believe you will agree with
us that the Jacksons are the best cars offered at
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Mary Maatln was going to see the
great football game between the homo
university and the Wisteria unlver.
slty. Her brother was a Wisteria
alumnus of both the college of arts
and the col lego of law. Delng a ro
jmantlo and Ingenious young person of
Jl8, Mary had Informed Jim that she
jwaa Bure going to fall in love with
some football hero.
I "The handsome Greek god, who, when
all seems lost, saves the day for old
jWlsterla or the slender boy whom
,the rest thought too light for the
game who gets around the end and
iscores for old Illlgan, and when ho
'doesn't rlso where he fell In making
the touchdown they find he has been
playing the last quarter with a broken
rib -oh, I shall fall In love with some
one of them," said Mary, with danc
"Bosh," said Jim, stolidly. "There
were no handsome Greek gods on any
team I ever saw."
"Well, there'll be one hero, certain
ly, and when he's carried off the field,
suffering terribly, but sot a word ot
complaint escaping hlB llps,and I'll send
him some flowers and he'll bury his
face in them, tears starting from his
i "Ab the girls do in those fierce
yards purporting to bo collego stories.
iTo my notion a football game affords
'about as much chance for a real story
as a game of chess," declared Jim. "1
'never rend a football story that wasn't
punk. HI. look at that now!"
The visiting contingent of Wisteria
undergraduates, 1,100 strong, headed
by their band, was progressing around
,the track that encircled the gridiron,
In an astonishing choraglc dance. It
was at once a enko walk, a minuet and
'gigantic quadrille. With their steps
In ordered rhythm, their hands bran
dished aloft In triumphant gestures in
unison with the cadence of their high
.lifted feet, they wound in and out.
"Why, It's charming. No, It's awe
Inspiring!" exclaimed the girl, look
ing through her field glass. "Who's
that leading them? Isn't he hand
some?" "That's Bill Howard, the hottest
alumni rooter of them all."
"And look at those people 1 nthe
box down there! How excited they
are! Alumni and their wives,' ot
courBe. Isn't it fine to see the alum
ni so enthusiastic and loyal!"
"Alumni nothing," growled Jim.
"That's a bunch of brokers with big
,bets on the game, probably on the vis
iting team, for fellows like that
would bo likely to back a university
outside their own state."
Suddenly there burst forth from
the bleachers where Wisteria students
were massed a huge roar of Inarticu
late, mindless sound. The Wisteria
iteam bad hulked out on the field. All
'possible comllness of face and form
vras hidden by the ungainly garb, so
,Mary hardly looked at the players.
'Her glass swept the line of yellmas
;ters, picturesque, well tailored slim
youths, gay with ribbons, waving pen
dants in a frenzy.
"That one In the middle Is such a
.dear," she said.
; "That's Red Robertson," said Tim.
i"He roomed with me when he wib a
freshman and I a senior law. He's
the head yellmaster."
"DoeB he ever play?"
"Play? He'a too pretty to play. A
man. who ties a necktie the way he
docs wouldn't play. He hasn't the
"He's awfully graceful, and so quick.
I know he could play "If he want
Illlgan won. It didn't matter much
to Mary, for Red Robertson at the
close of the game had Bought them
out, anxious to see Jim, though be
hardly noticed Jim after he had been
presented to Mary. He steered her
through the multitude. Bomo foot
ball men passed. They moved heav
ily, awkwardly. Quick enough on
the field in action, they seemed out
of their clement now, like crabs on
"Hackaday Is bowlegged In his
arms as well as in his legs, isn't he?"
said Jim. "Good player, though.
Where'd they get him?"
"Bill Hands, '96, when he was up
hunting two years ago, saw him pol
ing logs in the river, and got him
down here," explained Robertson.
"Bill Is the man who got Dike, too.
Dike was driving a cab in Denver. A
corking good alumnus, is BUI."
"What! Do colleges still hire 'pro
feslonal players?" asked Mary.
"No. But there are still organisa
tions called Alumni Students' Aid as
sociations that loan money to men
whom they want to see get a collego
education and the men they want to
Bee do that are liable to be fine
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"Are there no football heroes?" de
manded Mary. , "No boys who weep
oyer the defeat ot their team? Nobody
for me to cire my rosea to for him to
"Tee, there are some real stu
dents on eVery team and perhaps
come day they'll all 'be real as they
used to be In the old days. But the
fellows who weep oyer defeat are
mostly on the bleachers, I've lost a
big bet and fd like to weep. Won't
you glre me the roses?"
"It's a dreadful disillusionment,"
aald Mary. "I meant them for - half
back, not a yellmaster, but here an
the roses." Chicago Dally New.
Curt Hatfield, Prop.
At Lowesf.interest, best option, least
expense. Call for me at State Bank,
Red, Cloud. C. P. Gather.
The reoent act of April 19th, 1008
gives to all soldiers1 widows a pension
$12 per month. Fred Maurer, the at
torney, haa all necessary blanks.
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