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IE, where he meets Goats Doig in a I nell claims Synder is one of the fast-ten-round
engagement. The men will est young lightweights in the coun
weight in at 135 pounds. Billy O'Con- ' try.
WILL HE RIP UP THE HARVARD LINE?
Fullback Guernsey, Yale's veteran,
has been carefully saved from stren
uous work by Yale this year, with
the sole idea of giving him a rough
afternoon against Harvard. Guernsey
knows more football than "most of
them, and besides that is a fast back
field man. He's there at booting the
pigskin, too, being one of the best
punters in the east.
SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
"Children," said the teacher, in
structing the class in composition,
"you should not attempt any flights
of fancy, but write what is in you.
Do not imitate any other person's
writings or draw inspirations from
As a result of this advice, Johnny
Wise turned in the following compo
sition: "We should not attempt any flites
of fancy, but rite what is in us. In
me there is my stummick, lungs,
liver, two apples, two cakes and my
New shackles for convicts permit
a man to walk as usual, but lock
should he bend his knees far enough
to try to run.
Samuel H. Lackland, of Cleveland,
offered 50 cents to a grocer for a
handful of eggs. Upon acceptance of
the offer, he showed that, with him.
26 eggs was a handful