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VOL. I NO. 54
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914..
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arch on Russia
Anthrax Kills Woman
Penn - Dartmouth in Football Battle
Tigers Entertain Yale
NEWS OF THti DAY AS REPORTED BY THE CAMERA
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PRESIDENT HIBBEN ADDRESSING PRINCETON STUDENTS IN THE NEW STADIUM
Edgar Palmer, of the Class of 1903, donor of the new stadium, and Dr. Hibben addressed 2000 Princeton men at the field yesterday. They predicted victory for the Tigers
in the contest with Yale today, and the' ceremony was in the ,nature of a dedication of the field to its first big game.
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They are shown standing in midfield, surveyingth'e scene' of the Yale-Princeton battle
today, while Princeton students, seated in the amphitheatre, are trying out new, songs and
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FIGHTING A FOREST FIRE IN WEST PHILADELPHIA
Firemen at 60th street and Lancaster avenue pulling down a blazing tree to stop the progress of the flames. The long drought has caused many forest fires in New
Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, and the fire In West Philadelphia yesterday was a miniature example of the general condition.
DELUGING THE EMBERS IN CITY FOREST FIRE
Firemen soon stopped a blaze at 60th street and Lancaster avenue yesterday afternoon, which
for a time threatened to spread to buildings.
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