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finished the half.. . It took almost
as long to make the second score,
the ball going over the line with but
20 seconds grace.
In the second half Partridge took
Yeckley’s place at left half-back.
Partridge and Wray played with a
dash that surprised the coaches.
Yale’s heavy backs kept pounding
the line until they had hammered
out two more touchdowns. Near
the end of the game State showed
a freshm ss that seemed marvelous.
Yale was held on her own tvc-yard
line and forced to kick. Wray al
most blocked the kick and Forkum
caught the ball on the 35 yard line
advancing it 5 yards. Before a
play could be started the whistle
The Elis made eight changes in
their team during the game. These
changes were not made to save the
regulars but because of inefficiency.
Dunn had his man completely best
ed. Hogan threatened to take
Kinney out several times if he did
not hold his own better. He final
ly lived up to his word. Saunders
made several pretty tackles. Fork
um played a star game. Mike
Murphy, the well known trainer,
said that he was the best all round
full-back he had ever seen. The
whole team played as a unit to give
Yale the hardest battle so far this
year. The line up :
Yale. position. State.
Gates (Stevens) 1 e Barr
Bloomer 1. t (Wray) Moscrip
Kinney (Hockenb’rg) 1. g White
Uoraback (Cartw'rgt).c Dunn
Tripp (Turner) r. g Woodward
Hogan r. t Smith
Hare (Spaulding) r. e Moorehead
Owsley (Hutchinsou)_q. b Saunders
Quill (Stevenson) 1. h. b. (Partrd'g) Yeckley
Morse r. h b Fawkes
Stievlm (Flynn) f. b Forkum
Reteree—W. C. Wurtemburg, New Haven.
Umpire—Samuel Hammond, New Maven.
lyinesmen—Hoyt, Yale; Fulton, State. Touch
downs—Bloomer, Shevlin, Morse, Flinn. Goals
from touchdowns—Bloomer, 4. Time of halves
25 and 20 minutes.
Many of the students are taking
advantage of the unusually large
crop of chestnuts this fall and may
be seen bringing in quantities of
them daily. The “Barrens” seems
to be the best district.
“Man wants but little here below, nor wants that little long” but
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JERSEY SHORE 15 COLLEGE 5.
In a closely played game, during
which, at times, excitement ran
high, Jersey Shore defeated the
College reserves on Saturday, Oc
tober Bth, by score of 15 —5- Many
reserve men were brought into the
game to be tried out, but the Col
lege team did not seem to "get
together’ ’ as well as they do against
the ’Varsity. The lack of team
work was noticeable. In the first
half Jersey Shore scored a touch
down and goal besides a field goal
from the 30 yard line. In the sec
ond half, the reserves put more vig
or into their play, rushing the ball
down the field to the 10-yard line,
when Zink took the ball and Price
shoved him over the line for the
single touchdown. Soon after this
Jersey Shore made another touch
down. This stopped the scoring
and the game ended with the ball
in College territory. There was too
much “kicking” on both sides,
even for a foot-ball game.
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