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State vs. Wyoming Seminary
On Thursday evening last, in a
very interesting game Stale defeated
the Wyoming Seminary team by the
score of 33 to 16.
The visitors started cut with a
tush, keeping State on the defense
the first five minutes of play. Our
boys braced, however, and befoie
the half closed, succeeded in rolling
up 16 points to their opponents 5.
The beginning of the second half
was a repetition of the fml ard for a
time it appeared as though the
Seminary boys might win out.
Again the State team rallied and
succeeded in scoring 10 points the
last five minutes of play. The line
Dunn (C<ipt '
Yeckley center .. . • Sptr.cer
Moorhead nuaid . . .Willo.tuhey
Heaton guard . hunr.an
Goals from field—Yeckle/ 0, DanrH, Heaton
Moorhead 4, Chamberld'n YvMlougnb:- 3, Frantz
2. Gjal-. fiom fool -Dunn 3, Frantz, Srcncer
’lime ofc halvea —20 minutes. Referee— Kilmer
The Debating Ciub met in 367 c.n
Saturday evening last and discussed
the question, “Resolved that the
recomendation of President Roose
velt that the Interstate Commerce
Commission should be empowered
to regulate rates should be adopted.”
The affirmative speakers were
Groff ’O7; Wentzel ’O3, MacDonald
’O5, the negative speakers! Rainey
’O7, Remick ’OS, Watson ’O3.
Mr. Frizzel of the English Dep’t
was present and acted as ciitic.
The subject of inter-class debates
was brought up and a coum.il'ee
appointed to submit plans for chocs
ing the teams and the question.
Next Saturday evening the follow
ing question will be debated, —“ Re
solved that the study of Latin and
Greek is a needless waste of time. ”
Prof. Wood (In Telephones')
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