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But as he miased Hughitt hugged
the oval to his jersey and, jumping
to his feet, swept around the Quaker
line like a jack rabbit with a date
in the next county and late to plant
the ball betveen the Quaker goal
posts, while -the Pennsylvania for
wards fought desperately to get bck
through the line they had been pur
posely permitted to penetrate.
Such the perfection of plan and
execution that thousands did not rea
lize until the next day that it was a
Yost coup and not an accident.
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A Diagram of Hughitt's Run from Fake Kick Formation, Which Tricked
the Entire Red and Black Eleven.
ANOTHER BIG SILK STRIKE IS
THREATENED AT PATERSON
Paterson, N. J., Nov. 22. Another
serious strike in the silk industry was
threatened here today from two
sources, and it was feared that one
or the other of them would bring on
Organized by the I. W. W. into un
ions, the Tibbon weavers, numbering
several thousand, will demand a nine
hour day, and according to Organizer
Edward Kotjen, will obtain it by sim
ply working nine hours and no more,
beginning next Monday. Kotjen de
clared there would be no picketing,
striking nor disturbance. Manufac
turers, however, hardly recovered
from the great strike of last year,
which cost $5,000,000 in wages alone,
were preparing to lock up their plants
if the new strike system is "tried out"
on them, despite the fact that this is
a busy season.
The other situation threatened a
strike of weavers and dyers today,
when 150 workmen at the Johnson
and Cowin plant walked out because
the manufacturers refused to dis
charge two workmen who broke the
strike last year, and returned to
work. Unless the men are discharged,
a general strike was threatened.
TO FIGHT POLICE SYSTEM i
The police system of arresting sus-.
pected offenders and then holding!
them without booking, thus prevent
ing the prisoners gaining liberty oni
bonds, will be fought by Att'y Charles''
Horgan represented Carrie Beck
with, one of 47 occupants of four
disorderly houses who were on trial
yesterday before Judge Hopkins in,
the Morals Court
He argued that his client had been
held without booking. The court,
however, found the defendants guilty,
and Horgan announced he would
take the cases as high as the Appel
late Court if necessary.
Jess They went to the Lake Dis
trict on their wedding trip, and she
was wretched. Rose What was the
trouble? Jess Reggie fell in love
with the scenery.
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