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'00 LAWS ARE CHAMPIONS.
Continued fron first pave.
not quite up. After a number of plays
near the center of the field the laws
got the ball on the lits.' 25-yard line
and odwns. They plugged straigate
through for a touchdown by Day.
The tin pan brigade took a turn
around the track, the law band played
a "Hot Time," while the laws kicked
goal. Score r1 to 0. The lits. kicked
off. They soon got the ball on downs
and went through on line bucks to the
laws' 19-yard line, there losing the ball
on downs. Time called with ball in
laws' possession at the middle of the
Between halves a slight rush was
started near the grand stand, but was
The lits kicked off, Mohr returning 20
yards. Molhr thetn made t5 yards
through the linetwhen the lits tool a
brace. The laws made 15 more yards by
the hardest kind of line bucking. Then
the lits were given 5 yards and the ball
for offside. Kittleman made a 25-yard
run to the lits' 45-yard line. The laws
then got the ball on downs. They began
line-plugging. They had hard work
gaining but went steadily ahead two and
three yards at a time, Mohr being used
most of the time.
The lits finally held for downs on
their 35-yard line. Armstrong punted.
The punt was returned and Kinsey car-
ried it back far enough so that between
his run and the gain on the points the
Tits had first down on the laws' 35-yard
line. Armstrong here made a beautiful
drop kick, which just missed the goal
posts. The laws kicked out and imme-
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After the game the laws started their $18.00$18.0
procession up State street. A few its SUITS
started to secure the fake corpse marked FOU11OR
lit and a lively rush ensued. The main FGR oo I II FOR
body proceeded on but several hundred $15.00 9 $15.00
stayed near the athletic field and rushed
around. The laws all marched to the
law building whele a "Jubilee Picture" Does not last forever-we refer to
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crowd then dispersed. But some lits will last only ten days. We ocan
were waiting and snatched several tin safely say you're missing a good
pans. The laws got them back and thing if you don't take advantage
others were taken. These were in turn of this extraordinary offer. . . .
recaptured. As a result there was sotte
lively rushing on State street for half an
hour. $18.00 $18.00
As a result of the showing made by SUITS
the laws the class generally feels that FOR FOR
their team should be allowed to play an F$1r F00
ot-of-town game. It is certain that $1500 $15.00
such a contest if allowed would afford an
interesting test of a strong class team as +
compared with neighboring small col-
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diately secured the ball on a fumble on
their own 48-yard line. From that point
they went straight down for a touch-
down. Most of their gains were made
by line-bucking. But Mohr made a fine
run of co yards, and a delayed pass
netted so more. They were also given
10 for off-side. Mohr made touchdown,
no goal. Score, Ii to 10. Hartzburg
went to quarter in place of Holbrook
and Symmington went to left half. The
its got ball on the kick-off and had it on
the laws' 25-yard line when they punted
and left the field, Mohr making the last
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