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Sophs. vs. Freshics.
The way the Japs, and Russians are
doing it, is not a circumstance to the way
in which the Sophs, and Freshies. mixed
with each other on Rogers field yester
The teams were well matched for, al
though the Sophs', line was heavier, the
Freshies had a back field composed of
heavier and more experienced players.
The game throughout was intensely in
teresting. Both teams showed up some
good individual work, but both were
lacking in the team work necessary to
make the required gain. No sensational
plays were made. The longest run was
one of forty yards by Grimes. Both
teams were forced to punt several times.
Ths game was played mostly in Soph,
territory, although neither goal was in
danger at any time.
Thayer got a bad cut above the eye
and was forced to leave the game during
the first half. Pickrell was also disabled
so as to keep him out during the second
Grimes played a good game at quarter
for the Sophs. Stuart did good work in
the line and Pickrell, Cheney and Hub
bard made some good gains at half-back.
Goldsworthy, Miner and Spalding were
the satelites of the Freshman line-up and
time after time forced the Soph, line for
DKTAILS OF THK GAME —IST HALF.
The Freshmen kicked off to the Sophs.
25-yd. line, where the ball was downed.
Sophs, failed to make gain and lost the
ball on downs. Freshuien made their
gain once, then lost on downs. The ball
passed over to the Sophs., who tailed to
make good and had to punt. The
Freshies took the ball and sent Miner
around the right end for eight yards, fol
lowed by Spalding around the left end
for five more. The Freshmen were then
forced back and lost the ball on downs.
Sophs, were unable to advance the ball
and punted again. Sophs, were penal
ized for off side and Goldsworthy went
through the line twice for five yards each.
The ball then passed back and forth so
fast for a while that we lost track of it
until Miner got hold of it and ran it down
the field twenty yards. Spalding then
made two runs, gaining five and eight
yards. The Freshmen then lost on downs
at the center of the field. The ball soon
passed back to the Freshmen, who, by a
series of line bucks, gained twenty-five
yards. Thayer was replaced by Hess.
Ball was taken from Freshmen on a foul.
Here the Sophs, took a spurt and Cheney
gained nine yards, followed by Grimes
for twenty more, and time was up for the
first half with the score o to o.
The Sophs, kicked off. Freshies fum
bled and lost the ball. Hubbard went
around the end for fifteen yards, then the
Freshies braced and took the ball on
downs. Smith was replaced by Fulton.
The Freshmen made some gain but were
soon obliged to punt and ball was downed
on Soph, twenty-five yard line. Sophs,
again punted and fell on the ball, but
were forced to punt again. Miner
gained five yards by an end run and then
worked a fake pass for twenty more.
Freshmen lost ball on downs, but soon
regained it and put Miner through for
ten yards, Collins for five and Spalding
for ten more. This put the ball on the
Sophs', fifteen yard line, but the Sophs,
cheered up again and forced the Freshies
to punt. The Sophs, got the ball and
Grimes broke away and made a forty
yard run. The game closed with the
ball in Soph, territory but no score by
Chidester 1. c Perkins
Stewart (Capt.) 1. t White
Malouey 1. g Wilkinson
Reid c Stambaugh
MacKay „ r. g Love
Thayer, Hess r. t Collins
Smith, Fulton r. c McLeod
Thomle f. b Goldsworthy
Grimes q. b Smith j
: Cheney; r. h Spalding
; Pickrell, Hubbard 1, h Miner
, Mcl West, Pharmacy "04, arrived in
Pullman Tuesday. He will have charge
of Prof. Watt's drug store.
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Buy your pianos and organs from
a local dealer. Jos. Wallis will
give you the best you can get for
the money. (sitf)
FOE RENT, FOR SALE, ETC.
LOST—On Sept. 23, a brown, chunky,
curley, Water Spaniel dog. Wears leath
er collar. Reward to finder. Coral
Philips, Butler res., south of Cong, church.
For rbnt —Three furnished rooms in
Ankeny block. Enquire at this office.
For Sale —Good work horses, broke
and unbroke. Enquire of G. W. Met
calf. (It 3)
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C. C. Fulton, four miles N. W. of Pull
man on Colfax road. (it 2;
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block, on Grand street. (2w)
Wanted—Crab apples. See Wm.
For sale —Cheap; a few choice build
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For Sale —Some good horses, broke
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For Sale —My residence property on
Military Hill. Inquire on premises.
R. C. Sargent.
For rent —Nicely furnished room,
about a block from Main street; cheap.
Mrs. Oscar Hill.
For SALS —My place in the Fairview
addition to the city. Seventeen acres in
orchard, good residence and outbuildings.
Inquire ofWm. Buckley. (47)
Competent dressmaker wants
work by the day in homes. Address
Mrs. I. S. Pritchard, Pullman.
Wanted — Salesmen wanted to sell
nursery stock in Whitman Count}-. We
carry a full line of nursery stock as well
as all the latest and best specialties, roses,
shrubbery and ornamental shade trees.
This is the largest and best equipped nur
sery on the Pacific coast. One-half
commission advanced each week on all
orders sent in. Address Washington
Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. (49tf)
DR. ROLAND LOW,
Office in Letterman Building, Opposite
Artesian Hotel. Phone, 466.
PI'UMAN .... WASH.
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Twenty years experience in managing
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Pullman, (48t4) Wash.
THE DEMAND FOR
IS INCREASING RAPIDLY.
I I rave been making for 37 years the
TIP UP— Short R. F. $2.50
The DIAMOND, 6-inch blued barrel,
nickel frame, open or globe and peep
Sumo with 10-ir.ch barrel ............ 7.50
The Diamond Pistol will shoot a C. H.
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Send stamp for catalog describing our
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. tion to shooters.
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All work Guaranteed
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16-inch Slab Wood £. o. b. Pullman, $2.75 per cord by the car
POTLATCH LUMBER COMPANY
is the home that has a few
nice pictures on the walls.
I have just received a new
supply of Landscapes and
Portraits in Carbon. If
you wish any of these, see
them early as they are go
ing to sell very rapidly.
High Glass PHotograA
All work given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. E. HUDSON
Dr. A. K. Fieh, osteopathic phy
sician, will be at the Artesian Ho
tel Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays of each week.
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letter "M" stamped on outside. The
purse contained a keep-sake ear-ring, be
sides some small change, and the finder
will confer a great favor by returning, at
least the purse and ear-rim; to Mrs. H.
\V\ Price, Pullman.
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there been such
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of
Glasses. Our success in
this line is due, in a meas
ure, to the fact that we em
brace every new meritorious
idea. We constantly seek
to originate new methods of
excellence that will in any
way aid us in the practice of
W. L. WHITE, M. &
At White* Drug Store