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Tor a tc:ehdown. ' CV Hocgs tried for
fiscal tut failed, leaving the score six
1 1 to nothing la farcr cf " the Townies.
The Illihs kicked c.T. to the Townies
rrd the lall was received by Sumner
pn the fifteen-yard line. Tucking the
oval under hla arm, be ran. the remain-
lug length cf the field for a touchdown
in ten seconds after he had received
the ball. Coal was kicked by C. Honrs,
making the score thirteen to nothing
la the Townles. favor. The Highs
ence mode kicked to the Towuies,
Ii 3 receiving the; Lall cn the thirty
jrrd llr.2 and advancing it eight yard3.
On the first down K:;;3 tool; the
cval arc-r.i left end for ax:in cf four
yard end cn the seccr.lT.coa vent
throagh left tackle fcr a rIrr cf five
were 1 1
live yards fcr rlayirg c -Tilde at the
1 rl:d r - I cn the neat devn a pas3
v. ..3 re ' ivc I ty C. lie: -3 who ad-
!1 two yarc
i.:.t down Zr::'T rr. a rain cf two
yard3 an! tr.2 1 1: "lis v. ere penalized
five yard Lr r laying cTsI'e. Pint
cc.vn r.:a!n; us t:nt thrc;h
f r a r-i:i cf live yrr.'s cr.i cn th:
. cc-d dr. 7 a LT:::.:r.:r i.:zZs two yard-;
n.aic. A 1 :. ; V03 t'. ::i r.ode ty .'.!'
r.ch. th? t -"- ! -Ir.g received ty Mflin,
( th - Ii: .... C i the inch's fir: t tawn
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who rr.de a
; -in cf f ."ty yarda. C:'tq fr?t
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v.rs rc::iv:' hv.Er.aih cn the IIi:Ys
twelvp-vard Hr.?. On the High's Erst
('own IT rash mr.d a gain cf six yards
thrc:-'; ri;ht t:h'e r.r.d cn the fc
cr.d a r"-1 cc:nr'ct:d whica
r.cltcd: the H;.:h3 a gain cf seven
ycrds. The Iliahs then worked their
new c'ay and Cassidy went through
the Townie line for a gain of tient
yrrds. The same play W's reso'teJ
;) cn the secend down and this tinie
he-Town!: s trcke it ur with no gain
for the Highs.- ErssVvas tr-e:I a,,
ed and took the leather through left
tackle for a g-iin of five yards, and on
the first down Cassidy was hel.T down
for no gain. On the second. .Cassldv
attempted a n:n through left! tackle
but be was putted tack for. the loss
cf i yard, Caidv then went tbrousn
center for .a vard gain, but was Ee?t
Horn making more by the good work
of BirnharL The quarter ended at
this stage cf the tame with the score
ttill tventy to nothinnr in fnvor of th"
Townies. Fifteen minutes rest , was
the time allotted between the halves.
Third Cuart:r 1, '..'v ; ;
' ."Captain Dyson went out cf the game
and his place at center was taken by
Silva. The Highs kicked off to the
Townies and the tall was received, by
Meore on the fifteen yard line wriio
advanced It' flfteea yards. - On tlie
first dowa - Iloogs made a gain or
three yeards around left end and on
the second Rosa skirted right end 'lor
a gain cf elgbt vyards more. Oa l
first down. Summer vent tbroagh rlgnt
fciard for a gain of ix yards and
then, on the second, he vent through
center for another gala of four yards.
First again; .Aldrich took the. ball
and ran through left tackle for tea
yards thus bringing around another
first down, . Hoggs : fumbled the ' ball
if rem a tid'r frcn center, tut th?!
iLaU v.as recovered ty liar, wko tar
tff a good ten yards tefcre Le va.
J fetor ped. On the first down Jdcsa to;': :
;the tall through for a gala of three
yards and was stopped from- going
further by Drasa. Oa the second ;
down Hcggs made eight yards more
around left end, and on thS first down
Hcgg3 raade no gain. Oa the next
downdown Sumner got la two yards
and the Highs were penalized fiTe
yards for playing offside.. , Oa the
first down Aldrich carried the ba'.l 1
around right end fr a gala of three
yarils end Rosa followed bin , up c:i
the secend .ith four yard3 more, a::!
on the third Hoc 3 raade a fumtl?
and the tall was recovered by tho
Town team. "On the, fourth cne yard
was made by Aldrich and the tail
went over. Drasa took the tall
through left -guard for a gain cf five
yard3, and oa the second he broke
away from the Townles and made a
sensational run of twenty-five yards
before ,be was finally stopped. -On
the first down Stone was pushed
back for the loss cf a yard and then
En Choy was sent through for a gain
cf six yards. Jdro," playing end, re;
ctived a tad cuf over the eye at thij
stage cf the game and went cut, bis
place teir.g taken by Holt On the ;
fourth down Cassidy made a gain and
the Townles were penalized five !
ards for i laying eff Eide. On th?l
flrrt down - C; ::'dy . raade a gain cfl
five yrrds r: 1 c 1 lU second scIdeil c
c:-thr y-rd rrcund lift end. 'C: .
t? third I .-..it .made another re:1
a cf lift: :n yards and cn the fir:',
Il.i C'.zy v: 3 I-:'d lack fcr v.o gal-:.
Oa tl.2 s ;:;:-.d Ca::Idy l:ade a yar I
and cn tl :. third made no gain. II.
ran ar:::i .itl. tho tail cn the fourth
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O.i the Town's l'lr t. ,
'.ere thrc .;-,!! ccr.tv r '
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lw3 mad 2 cn th 2 r .t
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c:.',cJ ty C. Ha: li:i a rai
cf fifteen yards. Another rass vva
then tried which proved inccmplet
and cn the Erccnd Aldrich took th
tall throa-h right guarl for: a gal. i
cf c;;ht yards.' Another pas3 prove I
to te iaccraahote and ca the fourt:-)
down an attempt 'was made to " kid: j
a place, tut it failed, ?At this junc
ture the game -cam 3 ta a" close with i
the score standing twenty-seven to
nothing. ";- -;.' .- ::,.' ;:'.''': ':.'
How They Flayed " hV' V ;
Following 13 the Way the iw-o teams
lined up at the beginning: v-hv :.r
Towu Team ' . , Highs
-t' : Right End-' - .'
a Hoggs .... ...... V.V'.;.. Jiro
Right Tackle" I.r
Moore v. . . .". . . . . Melin
' Right. Guard .
Hart1 . . ; . . . ... .... Kahalawal
a . 'V " '"': Center : S
Bertlemaun . ..i..Vt Dyson (CapL)
v " Left Guard v . .1
Carter v...iV,:;.:iv;;v. ... Hose
: :. -Left Tackle '-v.. -r;
Taty (Capt.) W653
: ' V' h Left ' End " ' : .
W. Hoogs . . . , . J.', . . . .."..l..t Cmier
v ' " . Quarter v Baefc s : . x ,
"- - r Right Half ; Back ? .
F.Hoogs .'.y ....... Brash
Left, Half Back ::;-jCj
Rosa -V , . i . . i; w I i Cassidy
7- . Full .Back --ii-. ::--Fumner-.;.
iT; v . ; . J' En-.Choy
Sub: .. j'i -i v.:;. ''X
Townles Jones .and - Barnhaft for
Bertlemann; Chillingworth for Rosa;
Ballentyne forsJEIIoogs. : ; X T
HighsHolt ik.rjirp; SHra for Dy
son : Hart for Kose. .f,-'- -- "a .
ScoreTown Team; a 27. : High
School,. 0."'..- .-f : ; ..";'."'' '
v Touchdown v-Sumner, i. H Ballen
tyne, 1. Rota, 7.. W. Hoogs, L . a
. Gcals C. - Hoogs. 3.- -: 5: V-;-
Officials Referee, Schuman ; Head
linesman, Inman; .: Umpire, ' MarcaK
lino; Timekeeper, Little john. - -
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