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Kafer (Reiter) .
Referee—=White, of Lehigh. Umpire—Whitney, of Cornell. Touchdowns
—Beardsley and Reiter. Goals—Mills, two. Time of halves -15 and io
minutes. Score—Princeton, 12; State, o.
FOLLOWING the Princeton defeat of Wednesday came that
of Annapolis on Saturday. Here our already crippled
team was forced to play with an injured captain, as Ran
dolph had received a bad injury to his knee on Wednesday. The
small score may serve to give some idea of the hardness of the
struggle, but hard as it was, it was one of the cleanest games
ever played and no accidents of any serious nature occurred.
The Cadets opened the game, defending the south goal with
the sun in their favor and a strong wind against them. The
game abounded in punting, the exchanges of kicks giving neither
side any decided advantage. At the end of the first half the
score was o—o. In the second half the Cadets, by punting,
forced the ball well into our territory, where they gained posses
sion of it on a short return kick. They then pushed their way
down the field for a touchdown, by means of short line plunges
and close formations, Wortman kicked the goal and game ended
with score .6—o in favor of the Cadets. The line-tip was as fol
Halligan left guard
Adams centre .
Delknap right guard
Nichols right tackle
Osterhams . . .
Referee—DeSaulles, of Yale. Umpire—Stone, of Annapolis.
down—Halligan. Goal, Wortman. Score—Annapolis, 6; State, o.
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ANNAPOLIS VS. STATE.
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left half-back .
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