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There is some useless material that
will never do the team any good.
Army and Navy football games are
assured for the next five years. An
agreement has been reached where
by the teams will alternate in select
ing the playing field, which must be
not farther south than Washington
nor north of New York. Navy has the
selection this year and the game will
be played in Philadelphia Nov. 28.
Willie Brennan outpointed Al Mc
Coy, claimant of the middleweight
title, in ten rounds at Buffalo.
CHALLENGE TO WAR-LORDS!
By A. F. C. Finzel.
(Part the Fourth.)
Kings', rulers' tactics: mad, insane
Fierce warfare, thus swift death to
Ton legions of mankind!
Of follies, most prodigious, great
Spill precious blood power, greed,
Most hideous to sane mind!
That but a handful of such men
Should power have, wield sword
Brave legions to destroy!
Most monstrous, such perversion,
Brave manhood to mow down and
Deprive of life, hope, joy!
That present day enlightenment
Should fail, vast slaughter to prevent,
Astounding fact; most sad!
All reason stands aghast the way
Of rulers sadly gone astray
To fathom! thus gone mad!
Vast energy, dear lives misspent
Colossal, murderous implement
T employ, t' annihilate!
In lieu of guarding precious life,
Suppressing hatred, stress and strife,
Fierce passions subjugate!
Alas, war's horrors to behold!
In language adequately told!
Peejt anguish, victims, left!
Of nature's cataclysms great,
None can compare, bear to relate,
To war s, mankind berett:
Sad widows, orphans forced to toil
Alone thru' life, in vain would foil
War's ravages, deep grief!
How long must mankind burden
"Kings, queens and nobles," who'll
Fierce war! bring not relief?
That rulers, queens, kings ne'ermore
Engaged in savage war, to score
Thus gory victory!
Unworthy of men, civilized(?)
Destroy thus lives, dear, highly
Most monstrous infamy!
GO EASY, THERE
Little Marie ( reading aloud) "In,
winter every anmal puts on a fur
Her Pa Not so loud, dear your
ma is in the next room.
Jacob Ruppert, Jr., says the liquor
business annually pays out $128,000,
000 in wages in New York state.