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be godd for much longer.' Some one
must be groomed to shoot' into liis
place at the first 'sign of f altering
Watch Jimmy Johnston.' "He seems'
to be a regular fellow. , ,i .
Cleveland beat Pittsburgh ;in ilje
opening game of their, postseason,
clash. Falkenjjerg- h.eld - the" Pirates"
to a pair of singles, while the-'Naps.
hammered Adams and. Hendrix. J Lar
ry Lajoie poled' a' double and two sin-
gles', Olson got. three singles and Joe
ttackson. apa'ir of one-spots. ' .
pootbajl 'Js great sport, but it has
a'fatxhancetof-creating any stir this
wek. SVith-ther.wprld's and city fights
'out .of' the. way 4he -pigskin warriors
jWill haveC their; chanQe.'-butthey must
wait, anQtherVweektO(get much at-'
tention. . .
defeat or victoty, 'o,ver its ancient
FOOTBALL LEADERS OFNCIEN'T RIVALS
The ambition of each" 5of rthese";
husky youngsters, is to down the
other in the annual struggle 'which,
will wind up the'fOotbali's'eason- be-'
tween their respective elevens. "'Boi:
teams' may be defeated'.in tifiT earlier,
games, but no defeat TOnklejorjiSib
victory thrills Yale or Harvatti-asrthV
I ft fff&9'&ISBBB&r " feivW w 5
Capt Ketcham of Yale. . -Capf..Storer,.of.Harvard,