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forward Flint (Capt)
Goals from field Flint 3, Keinath. McCrudden,
Foltz. Yeckley. Goals from foul-*-Flint 18, Moor
-1 ead 14. Fouls Commuted—Foltz 7, Kiefaber 6,
Heaton 5, FlintMcCrudden 4, Moorhead 4, Kil
mer 4. Yeckley 3, Keinath 3, Ehlers 3. Halves—2o
m.nutes. Keferee —A. L. Sli&rpe of Yale.
The Scrubs —Two Victories.
Uuder command of Captain’ Du
barry and Manager Pro-tem
“Brutus” Stamm our “scrub”
basketball five went out last Friday
for victory. The cities of Lock
Haven and Williamsport were visited
by the Reserves, and at each place
they stopped long enough to annex
a clean cut victory, the respective
losers being Lock Haven Normal and
Williamsport High School, neither
of which however, being over
whelmed without the fiercest kind
of a struggle, both being noted 'for
being hard propositions on their
home floors. However, our team
was not daunted and won out in the
two well played games by the scores
of 12 to 10 and 19 to 12.
The game at Lock Haven was the
most exciting, the score standing
4 to 4 at the end of the first half,
and then 10 to 10 at the finish of
the second; so that it took an extra
period of 8 minutes for Dubarry to
throw the winning goal and land
State the winner. “Dick” Quigley,
ex-’O6, refereed this game and gave
excellent satisfaction all around.
The referee at Williamsport was al
so a competent official although the
small floor made the game far from
gentle. Credit is due the Reserves
f.or their splendid showing.
One of the most enjoyable enter
tainments of the Y. M. C. A. course
was that of last Friday evening when
Professor E. Livingston Barbour of
Rutgers College gave the. story of
“David Harum” in the Auditorium.
Mr. Barbour, in his impersonation
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at one time causing them to break
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quiet with the pathos of the situf
tions. Particularly humorous were
Dave’s experiences in the New York
theater with his sister Polly, and his
visit to fashionable Newport.
During the evening several musi
cal numbers were interspersed,
Misses Atherton and Grieb render
ing a piano duet and an encore and
Miss Atherton a piano solo in a very
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