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BRINGING UP FATHER
RECORD OF TEAMS
IN THRBIG. GAMES
Three Big Oonteits Saturday
. Will Show Something of
- i Line on Btrenfftb.
HOW PLATED , XN PAST
Today'- garnet will , furnish , the
rlcwert for the moat umptuou mel
that foot ball fan have enjoyed off
(he gridiron this season. Northwest
ern nd Ohio State will battle for the
Western Conference title at Columbus,
whits the Yale-Harvard clash it New
Haven and the Army-Navy fcame in
New York will furnish the east with
i a Jouble-barreled kttractioti.
Harvard Yale. . ,
Since 188J, : the - year numerical
scoring was established, Yale has won
seventeen' games'and Harvard 8, with
four scoreless tie gan.es. Yate'a big
gest score against Harvard was 48 to
0, in 1884, while 41 to 0, in th game
last year represer-ti the Crimson's
score against the Slis. The records
of the two teams, for this season are
. at follows: ' "'' ' ' .' .
lotale: Harvard, mi opponMita, IS.
TALK, . ' '
. -1- . . ,t . . ... It
Waah. and aff..r.l
Brown ' ....
Weat Pointi, v Annapolia. f i
s The Army and Navy started their
i gridiron row in 1890. Since the ini
tial battle in that yea: the Army has
downed the Navy in ten contests, and
the Navy has nin victor'ea toita
credit In 190S the teams played a
6 to 6 tie game. During the last three
rears the .Navy haa been, a toft op
ponent for the Array, tht cadeta run
ning away with the thr games and
scoring fifty-six points to nine points
for the middies. Thia teaton, the Navy
has met defeat twice, while the Army
team will march on the Polo grounds
. with a clean tlate of victories. The
season's records of the two teams:
... WST POINT, .
........ Illbanoa Valley...., 0
Army !!7.'.'.....liWah. and Lea
Army ...lTHuly Croat ..,
Army .... MjTrlnlty
Army .Vllla Nova ...
' Army ....... 10 Notre Peine ..
lArmy .'i.C... HlMalne
Army UBprlnfl.l ...
Total.! Army, lit! opponent!. IS
, r :!,. . V WAVY, v .-j! ,
alary tana aii
ueorgta . .
N. C Aggie.
Tntaia: Navy. Ill i . eoDonanta, SO. .
Northwestern vt. Chio State.
A new Western Conference champion
will reign after Saturday's game be-
tween the Buckeye- and the Evanaton
warriors. Those " two elevens have
furnished the- big" surprise in western
foot ball this sealon, for heretofore
Kither outfit ;m been on Speaking
. - ;. k . .t,Blnninniliin Tha far.
orda show that Ohio State has had
' Northweatern'a number for the last
iliree years, having won three succes
sive victories by big scores. .Records
lor the present season :
OHIO STATU ' '
olil tat lltOhlo Wealeyan...,. S
' MbU, tlate IXSIOberlln I
. ilo State. I llllnola
,lo State ltWI.onaln .....,..11
nhla Ktat 4fllndtana ... 7
hle Slau. lCaea I
Totale: Ohm State, 111; pponenta. U.
... Iilndlana ......
' Sorthweetern ..
Total.: Norlhwaetera, 144;
. Yankees Will Have Biggest
( Ball Park in Whole Country
Chicago, Nov. 24. Newt that the
New York American league base ball
. club hat laid plans to built the great
4 rst base ball park in the country, with
, a double-decked grandstand to hold
' .'S.OOO and bleachers and pavilions to
) make a total capacity of 50,000 per
sons, was given out nere tonight by
15. B. Johnson, pretident of the Amer
( vaai league. ' ' vjv---
.loran and Fulton Will Fight
Ten Rounds on December 22
, New York, Nov. 24. Frank Moran
i uid Fred Fulton were matched 'here
v today for a ten-round heavyweight
; bout at St. Paul, Mihn.. on December
11. Moran was guaranteed $5,000 with
a privilege of 2$ per cent, and if either
nun scores a knockout he will get
' $1,000 additional., ,
a - -
Foot Ball Games Today
, . r .." CENTRAL WJBflT. .
At Colambtu Northweitcrn n. Ohio
At ChlrtKe Ulnncaota Ti. Chloaio.
At Madlion llllnola va. Wliconiln.
At Lafayatta Indiana va. Purdaa.
At Iowa City -Nahraaka va. Iowa,
At Fort Smith Oklahoma va. Arkanaaa.
At Motro Dama Alma . Notra Datna.
At Paorla Sureka va. Bradlty,
At Cart haga llllnola Collaga ra. Car
thaff. At Oraancaatla Laka Foraat va. Da Pauw.
At Richmond Wilmington va. Barlham.
Al Tfrra Haut a Winona Affglaa va. Roia
At Wariatta Wabaah vi, Marlatta.
At Clavoland Hiram va. Caaa. J
At OambUr WMtartt Raaarva va. Ken
van. .. . a
At Naw Haven Harvard va. Tala,
At New Tork Navy v. Army.
At Waahinaton Buoknall va. Oaorga-
At Nw Tork Naw -Tork unlvanlty vt.
At liavarford flwarthmora vi. , Uavar
At Woroaatar Holy Crow va. worceitar
At Baltlmora Johni Hopklna vnlvariltr
va. Johna Hopklna college).
At Btaon iuaiayetta va, ianigu.
At Bmmataburg Hi, St. Mary'a oollaga
At Naw Bruniwlok Dlckton vt. Rat-1
gtra. - - I
At Sprlngttald Maaaaehuaatta Agglaa va. I
flprlngftald Y. M. C. A. . I
' At Sollngfgrova Iebanon Valtay oellega ;
va. Suiquahanna unlveralty. i
. At Phlladclphtar-Wat Virginia WtaUyan
At Washington, Pa. Chattanooga va. I
Waahlngton nd Jeffaraott. ......
- ;-,: v SOUTH. I
At Morgantown. Va, Cathollo untvar-1
ilty va. Wat Virginia. I
At Richmond. Va. Randolph -If aooa vt. i
FAK WKB T. ' j I
At Whlttlar Qofildantal collaga va. Whit-1
Uar. , 1
At Corvallla Unlvaralty of Ortgon va.
At Laramta Colorado Agglaa va. Wyo
ming Agglaa. , i
At Tticaou Naw llaxloe va. Arliona.
. ..m i -i. . :- .
'f Romps Oyer Kansas
; Wesleyan Eleven
tincoln! Nov. 24. (Special Tele
gram.) Nebraska Wesleyan romped
all over Kansas Wesleyan, 91 to 0, in
tneir connicc sr. . univcr.ux riatc,
Friday afternoon. It was homecom
ing day at Nebraska Wesleyan.
Three touchdowns were made In
the first quarter, three in the second,
two in the third and four in the
fourth Wesleyan did not present Its
strongest lineup, Cozier, the star half
back, being out of the game because
of injuries. hTe team was composed
almost entirely of substitutes. Culbert
soh, ' Williams, Carman and Gentry
were the main factora of Weslevan't
offensive. The whole team played
stellar ball and their showing en
couraged the bopes of the Wesleyan
sunnorters that the Coyotes would
defeat York in their Thanksgiving
' Kasas-Wesleyan, was able to make
downs only twice in the entire con
test. The strong Wesleyan line could
not be penetrated, plays were broken
up before they were ... started. The
Kahm ........... L-a!.
William. ,. . .,.1..T.
Hughe. ' (o.). C-
L..O...... Boho. maker
C. ....... Auppenthal
y. ...,......, cum
if.B, ........ Uaakln.
- Refer..: Towla, Unlvaralty of Nebraska.
Umpire! Hantaan. Unlv Watty of Nebraska.
Head linesman: Joiwe. SubntltuteWea
leyan Tesh: P. Coal.r. Slooum. O.den, Carr
and Payne. Kaneae: lneh and Bowman.
Nebraska Central Wins '
With Ease From Cotner
Central City, Neb., Nov. 24. (Spe
cial 'Telegram.) Nebraska Central
college defeated Cotner today, 20 to 0.
The Quakers got their scoring ma
chine working in the second half scor
ing at will. I he. Cotner players, fresh
from their victory at Hastings, were
in good form .in the first quarter, but
For Cotner, Parmenter and Strain
featured; for for Nebraska City col
lege, Grieve, Bennett, Engle and the
Today's victory was the seventh
this season for the home team, hav
ing won every game of their schedule
but the 7 to 0 game with York. The
NKH, CBN. COLLEOEPoi.
N'vwmtn 1 T.
Mof f It . .
J ohm ton
,u a. ii a
C ... ....PurmenUor
Q. P. Hanioa.a.R. O.
Bnoett - R. T.i
Put stent R. S.
Enil U H.
R. O. ..Vi'orthn
R.T. , Brltt
I. H. .Murphy
R. H. (.H.Nwmin
F.a ...... .....Mum
R. HkiUMa F. B.
acorn . .....SOiSort). ...
Touchdown 3rlv finfl. t fol; from
touchdown, Bnglt, I. 8utMi Btrnti for
Newman; Orlv for Puckett, O. Hinnn
tor Finck. PuetnU.for Uoftlt, Ullwn lor
For Colntr Nlrhol tor Hayes, Chrbty
for Newman. Offlctalsv Huh. Nobraaka
unlvaralty. Rafaraa, Swan U'cilayan. Um
pira Clayton wan haadlinaaman.
Deffmt fr Storm JUka. .
' Storm Iattk, In., Not. fSporlal Tla
gram.) Playing with n quartarback who
would not an tar the Una of aorlmnmiio ba -cauaa
of a dlnlocated nhuultler. HIouk Cttv
High aacondl rnfvatad Btorni Lak High to
day, 6 to . Bloux Ctty ufd nothlnir but
trait tit Una luni with Una htfia. Two
Rtorm Laka rosulara wra out of th famv
va account of their urvdita.
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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25, l&lo.
International News Barries, ,
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THE CLOQ ,
CRIMSON RELIES ON SWEETSER This i Sweeter,
Harvard's fast tackle, who it expected by the son of Har
vard to bring disaster to the Yale line.
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SWEET SER OPJIARVARD
'' Grand Island, Neb., Nov. 24.
(Special Telegram.) Grand island
college defeated Hastings college, 35
to 0, today. Hastings kicked to
Grand Island, wfio rushed ; down
towards the goal until the two-yard
mark, where they were held. Hastings
punted out of bounds. '
Holts soon made a thirty-yard run
for a touchdown on .. forward pass
from Lowrey. . Lowrey kicked goal.
After some see-sawing Grand
Island ran the ball to. the Hastings'
fifteen-yard line. On a forward pass,
Lowrey to Buechler, the latter scored
the second touchdown. Lowrey
The remainder of the half was a
see-saw, Grand Island leading. In
the second half Hastings lost the ball
on downs, and Goldenstein was
Sushed over the line on straight foot
all for a touchdown. Lowrey kicked
Grand Island kicked again and after
several exchanges Lowrey went for
a touchdown on a straight run. Low
rey kicked goal. Grand Island kicked
again and Goldenstein soon smashed
the line for another touchdown. Low
rey kicked goal. The lineup:
Ft E Cook
Taylor . ,. ..
R.O.W. Blttner. Stein
!C. ...... Taylor, Log-an
L.U Stein, Fhelue
L.T. ......... Pauleon
L.K.. A. Brown
Q ...Pottorf. W, Brown
Umpire: Harding. Head
Ord Iop Valley Chaanno.
Ord, Neb., Nov. Ss. (Special Teiee-ram.)
Ord Hl.h echool foot ball team won from
North Loup toilay, 87 to 7. This give. Ord
th. chaiupionehlp of th. Loup valley.
Beattrlo. Raaarvee Win.,
Be.trlce. Neb., Nov. . (Special T.le
frara. Th. Beatrice Reeerve. defeated th.
Adams High school .l.ven her. lod.y by the
score of si to 7.
Don't Wait Until
Trouble Gets Chronic
Drive The Poison From Your System By Taking
S. S. S. Now. - ;
Get it fixed in your mind that skin
eruptions, S.rofula, Eczema, burning
itching, skin, and nearly all . skin
diseases are due entirely to impure
and infected blood. If the trouble
was on the outside of the skin, by
simply washing and keeping it clean
you could obtain relief not even
ointments, lotions and salves, would
be necessary. Be convinced of this
and your trouble can be relieved
you can be entirely restored to health.
S. S. S. is a purely vegetable treat
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will purify your blood and cause a
decided abatement of your trouble,
and finally enable- your blood to make
' : ' . ' ' ' 41 mm ;
Sport Calendar . Today
fthootbiy IhtorfloUefflatn trapahootlnf
ehiunplonahlnn. Maw Haven.
Athlatf Eaotarn Intcreollef lata orou
eountry chatnplonshlpa, at Kw Haven.
Wmtcrn lnteroolleiruita c oa -country cham
plonihlpa at Lai ayetta, Ind. , . -
Hoceer-Harrnrd n. Yale, at New , Hn
ren. t: ; ...
Boxtnr Pal Moore M. Jack Sharkey. '10
round, at Naw JTerk. (leerce Alirer Ti.
Walter Butler, IS raimde, at Port laud, Me.
Dave Fultz Again
Defies Magnates -Of
New York, Nov. 24. That major
and minor - league players in all
leagues protected by the Base Ball
Players' fraternity will refuse to sign
their contracts unless the National
association, the governing body of
the -minor leagues, grants requests
recently made upon it by the frater
nity, was again indicated by a state
ment made here today by President
David Fultz of the fraternity.
"The National association simply
must grant these requests; that is all
ti.ere is to it," said Mr. Fultz. "Wi
have pledges from virtually all our
players not to sign contracts unless
they get word from officers of the
"I am more sure than ever that
we have the majority of the players
behind us on ; this issue. Since the
minor league conference ignored our
requests in New Orleans ! have re
ceived letters from dozens of players
asking that 'we sit tight.' "
Fultt also said he had sent Chair
man Herrmann of the National com
mission copies of contracts entered
into last season by Ray Keating of
New York and John Henry of Wash
ington. Both of these contracts had
clauses exempting the club from pay
ing the player's salary in the event
of injury met while playing ball, Mr.
you well. Fifty years ago S. S. S.
was given to Buffering mankind. Dur
ing this period it haa proven its re
markable propertiea as a blood puri
fier and tonic, and has relieved thou
sands of cases of disease caused by
poor or impure blood, and chronic
or inherited blood diseases. You can
be relieved; but you must take S. S. S.
Take it if only pimples appear, for
they denote bad blood, and may be
followed by the sufferings from tor
turing skin eruptions. Therefore be
sure. - Don't take chances, don't use
lotions. Get S. S. S. from your drug-e-iat.
If you wish medical advice write
to Medical Dept. Swift Specific Co.,
3 Swift Building, Atlanta, Ua.
Coach Jones Fays Most Atten
tion to Mental Attitude
of His Men.
LIGHTER THAN NEBRASKA
Iowa City, la., Nov. 24. (Special
Telegram.) Final practice for the
Iowa Hawkeyes in preparation for
the home-coming game with Ne
braska was held Thursday afternoon.
Today the squad merely got into foot
ball togs and chased through i few
signals on the gridiron. Coach Jones
paid more attention to the mental at
titude ot his players than he did to
their foot ball knowledge., but the
regulars and substitutes were light-
hearted in the extreme and ready tor
the game in which they hope to break
the long string of Cornhusker vic
tories. Tonight it is apparent that Coach
Jones will start Grubb at left guard
in place of Kelly and Duncan at left
half. Grubb was left guard earlier in
the season, but Kelly has been play
ing in the position in the last two or
three games. Duncan is ., in better
shape- than Mendenhall to play left
half. Mendenhall, not having entirely
recovered from injuries which he re
ceived in the Minnesaota game' four
weeks ago, both men will probably be
used in the game, however.
Lawn in Good Condition.
Captain Lawn is in the best condi
tion since early in the season. His
injuries having almost wholly healed
up, his punting is expected to be a
feature of the contest. Scott is the
only Othe,r Hawkeye player on th?
hospital list, but it is exnected that he
will be able to. last out the fame even.
uougn be if bothered with an in
fected foot ' t- '
Nebraska will outweigh Iowa about
eight pounds to the man when the
two teams line up tomorrow on Iowa
held, but Jones has been cutting down
the weight of his line to give it ad
ded strength, and it is now believed
that weight will be much of a factor
in the encouter. The Iowa line will
be outweighed more than the back
field. A point of interest in the game
will be the fact that Captain Corey,
at left, and Captain Lawn, at right
end, will play opposite eachc other.
Compraatively a Reed.
Reed,, the Iowa left end, is out
weight forty-one pounds by Riddell,
but is expected to hold his own in
every way.. On the eve of the game
Iowa backers are asking ten points
in making their bets, but Nebraska
money to cover such a margin has
not arrived. - Early in the week most
bets were being placed at even
money. ' ,
A monster mass meeting tonight,
which the members of the team at
tended, ended the preliminaries of
the game. There is every indication
that the tmpratures will b agreeable
and the sky clear on Saturday after
noon, but the field will be a little
soft. . -v .-' ;
Iowa lineup V ' Weight.
Laun, right end .. 17.
Becker, right tackle 167
Foedlrk. right guard 176
Wyland. center 170
Grubb, left guard..... loo
Triplet!, left tackle Its
Rood, left end 148
Jenkins, quarterback 163
Davis, right halfback 149
Duncan, left halfback - 150
Scott, . fullback 166
Grand Island High Win..
Or.nd Island. Neb.,' Nov. 24. (Special
Telegram.) The Grand Island High echool
todav defeated the Aurora High echool by
a score of 34 to 0. The game was featured
by long runs by Orand Island aa the result
of fumbles and Intercepted passe., c. En
gteman, Jone., Davl.. and Marsh were the
main ground galn.ra. .... .
Nebraska Aggie. Win. '
Norfolk. Neb.. Nov. i6.(8Declal Telegram. I
In one of the hardest fought gameB played
nere mis seaaon me iNeoraaaa Aggies de
tested the Norfolk High school foot ball
team. 1. to 12, this afternoon. Tho Aggies
had considerable advantage by weight and
broke through the Norfolk line for sensa
tional runs. . Their lighter opponent, scored
through open field work. ;
Harvard. Neb.. Nov. Ss. fSneclaL. Tele
gram.) Harvard played Kearney this after
noon, resulting In a acore of XI to 9 In favor
of Harvard. Business was suspended and a
big crowd was ln attendance.
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The Bee by George McManus
Foot Ball Scores
Neb. Wesleyan, BO; Kan.' Wesleyaa, 0.
Harvard High, 21 1 Kearney, 0. '
Ord High, i North Ixhid, 7.
Nebraska Aggies, 19; Norfolk High, It.
e Bat rice Reserves, SI; Adam. High, 7.
Bloux City High, HMond, S Btorm lka, 0.
. Orand Island High, S4; Aurora. 0.
Orand Island CoUege, 45 1 Hastings, O. '
Doan. College, 41; Bellevue, 0.
Wayne Normal. 14; Bnena Vlata. 18. .
York High, 10; Halting. High, 0.
Pierre (8. D.) High, 10: Elk Point, S.
braata Central, SO; Cotner, t. "
WAYNE NORMAL S
BEATS BDENA VISTA
Nebraskans Win Hard Fought
: Battle on Home Field by.
Score of 14 to 13.
SOME SPECTACULAR PLATS
Wayne, Neb., Nov. 24. (Special
Telegram.) The Wayne State Nor
mal defeated Buena Vista college on
the Wayne field this afternoon, 14
to 13. "'.' ' " ' : ;
Buena Vista kicked off and with Mg
gains worked the ball to Wayne's ten-.
yard line, but Wayne recovered and
pushed its way back to within an
equal distance of their goal.
. Toward the end ot the first quarter
Wayne lost on downs, and Chaney
made a long run of thirty yards, en
abling Fulton to carry the ball over
the line. Goal was kicked, giving the
visitors seven points.
During the second half the ball was
kept in Wayne's territory, and no
.score was made on either side. Wayne
kicked off in the third quarter and by
heavy line smashing tactics Ellis, the
captain, rfiiched .the ten-yard line Mid
stored a touchdown a ' few minutes
later. Wayne kicked goal and tied
the score. . '
. However, Chaney ). made another
spectacular run over the line and
pushed the score to thriteen. In the
fourth quarter Wayne continued
breaking through the line until Mun
singer got away and carried the ball
across. Wayne succeeded in kicking
goal the second time, which, made
them one point ahead.
Forward Pass Fails... -
During the last few minutes of the
game Buena Vista tried forward
passes, but failed, and the quarter end
ed with the ball in the center of the
field. . .
Ellis, Munsinger, Rockwell and
Christensen did the heavy work for
Wayne, while Fulton, and Chaney
starred for Buena Vista.
Not a single penalty was called dur
ing the entire game. Ice lineup:
WATNB. BUENA VISTA.
Seriing ...C. C Stansel
McDonald ......R.B. R.B.i... Boelaugh
Muhm R.T. R.T Brandt
Farrier R.O. R.O Troeger
Ankeny L.B. L.B.. ; .' Murphy
Havecost L.T. L.T. ........ Sullivan
Babtn ...L.O. UG. Napuer
Rockwell .......Q.B. Q.B. Chaney
Munlnger F.B. P.B Crouch
Christensen .....R.H. R.H Fulton (C.)
Sills (C) L.H. L.H. A.. Holme.
Buena Vista, maaager, H. H. Claus;
coach, R. E. Preston. Wayne, coaches, John
G. Gross and G. . VanMeter. Referee: D.
W. Kline of Norlok. Umpire: C. A. Craw
ford. Wayne, Murphy . substituted for
Holmaa In second quarter.
Persistence Is the Cardinal-' .Virtu. In
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Crete Team Wins by Score of
Forty-One to Nothing.
OWN GAME THROUGHOUT
- Crete, Neb., Nov. 24. (Special Tel
egram.) Doane won its second vic
tory of the season by walloping the
Bellevue aggregation to the tune of
41 to 0. The game was 'Doane's
throughout, although Bellevue was
strong on offense. In the first quarter
Bellevue kicked to Kinney who re
turned thirty yards, then Doane be
gan to march up the field, and on a
fake pass, Bayer made the first touch
down, the ball being in play but five
minutes. Kinney kicked goal. Doane
kicked to Dunlap, and Bellevue
started up the field, and made' an un
successful try at a drop kick.
On the first touchdown of the scc-
Vnd quarter, McDonald broke away
tor a thirty-yard run tor a touchdown
and coal was kicked. Bellevue re
ceived and gains by Mincer, Stewart,
Schainholtz and two successful passes
by Dunlap and Rac'ely brought the
i. ., ! 1 ... U - . ... I 1 . 1 .. j.
uau w itic twcuiy-yi u 1111c, VHly lu
lose it own downs. With two minutes
left to play, Jefferies went in for
Kinney, and executed twenty-yard
pass to Mickle. On the next down,
Jefferies was tacked hard, arkl his col
lar bone was broken. -
First half: Doane, 14; Bellevue, 0.
Mincer, received the third quarter,
and returned twenty yards. Bellevue
attempted several passes, two being
successful, but they lost the ball on
the twenty-yard line. Haylett punted
to Mincer, who fumbled and King re
covered going over for another touch
down, goal was successful. Bellevue
again received, but ' kicked out of
danger. McDonlad broke away -and
raced twenty yards, but was downed
by Mincer. Doane punted and Belle
vue attempted more passes, one being
intercepted by Bayer, who went sixty
five yards for a touchdown, goal was
kicked. ' - -
In the last quarter Doarie received,
but kicked to- Evans, who replaced
Mincer at quarter. Bayer intercepts
another pass, going thirty-five yards
to the goal. Doane failed to kick goal.
Doane kicked and Bellevue made suc
cessful gains, but an unsuccessful pass
gave the ball to Doane on the ten
yard line. Haylett punts to Bellevue,
but on the second down Mickle inter-)
cepted pass for thirty yards, Kinney
going over for a touchdown and kick
ing goaL j
Stars for Doane were Bayer, Kin
ney, and McDonald; for Bellevue,
Mincer, Dunlap and Stewart. The
lineup: ... .
Bayer. ; ; , .L.E.
Blast C.) L.T.
Krebs ........... .;C.
King' :.. R.E.
Haylett . , ...F.
Ru&stltutes: ' Doane Jefferies for Kinney:
Bellevue Dougherty for Plcotte, Plcotte for
Dunlap, Evans for Mincer. Referee; Nlgro.
Umpire: Riddell, HeadVllnesman: Brandt.
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