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nouncing the act as cowardly and brutal, gave statements over
their signatures to the above effect.
After the attempt to put Burns out, the referee asked the cap
tains to continue the game, but both captains refused and the
game was called off.
Had play been resumed with the ball where it was State would
in all probability have repeated last year's feat, but to a larger
The line-up follows:
sTATE, W. AND J.
Cummings . .
Scholl . .
Randolph . .
Miller, T. H. .
Ruble . . . .
Wood. . .
Harris . . . .
Johnson . .
Miller, D. K.
Burns , . . .
Referee—White, of Lehigh. Umpire—Young, of Cornell. Timers—Scott
and Barr. Linesmen—Scott, '96, and Quigley.
Ari TER the very encouraging beginning made by our team, it
was with much regret that the news of our defeat by Prince-
ton was received. Every effort had been put forth to
round out a team which should keep up the record of last year,
and everything seemed to point to the success of our team, when
there suddenly came upon us an era of misfortune. Hewitt's in
jury, received during the , game with West Point, had made it an
impossibility to think of playing him, and Johnson, who was
placed at quarter, soon received an injury which constantly inter
fered with his accurate passing of the ball. In spite of this our
chances were considered good, until the climax was reached in the
left guard .
. left tackle
right end .
. left end .
right half-back .
left half-back .
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PRINCETON VS. STATE.
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