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fore the dawn " and in the two remaining games scheduled, State
may yet show herself triumphant over difficulties. Considering
the hard luck. which has pursued us the larger part of the season,
we should feel proud of the work of our team and hope for a day
when it can do itself justice. The game with Yale, played under
conditions less closely connected with the hospital, would surely
have had a different ending.
G. Brown left guard Taylor (Scholl)
Cunha center Cummings
Olcott right guard F. V. Miller
Stillman (Allen) right tackle T. H. Miller
Gould (Schweppe) (Snitzer) . . right end Wood
rinke (Wear) quarter-hack Johnson (Hewitt)
Supee (Chadwick) left half-back Maxwell
Richards (Keane) right half-back . . . Scholl (D. K. Miller)
Mcßride full-back Cure
Referee—L. F. Deland, of Harvard. Umpire—Whiting, of Cornell.
Timer—T. B. Hull, of Yale. Touchdowns—Gould, 2; Richards, 2; Dupe;
Mcßride, Keane. Goals—Brown, 7. Time—so and 25 minute halves. Score,
Vale, 42; State, o.
TH' gathe this year between the Toothpicks and Tumblers
promised to be one of tintsUal interest because at last year's
ganie neither side scored. It was a fine day for foot ball
and a large crowd was assembled on Beaver Field.
Both teams were in excellent condition. That they had plenty
of wind was evident by the amount of kicking which they did.
The game was full of long runs, the most notable of which were
those of Schnure and Smith.
Ruble, 'O3 .
Hoover, 'oo .
. . . left end
. . left tackle
Tumblers, 27—Toothpicks, 12.
. . . right end . .
. . right tackle . ,
, McKelvy, 'O2
. . Moke, 'Ol