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M. Street
Defeated
SrOHIJi OOIJMEGE overwhelms
THE W ASH I XGTON HIGH
. SOIIOOLi boys.
Score 21 to Nothing
Forward pas&es and end runs beauti
fully executed were responsible for
the victory of the Old Gold.
Harpers Ferry, Nov. 8. ? On Satur
day afternoon, November 5, Storer
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met her old timo foot ball rival on
the local gridiron. The day was an
Ideal one for the game and an en
thusiastic company of onlookers with
their Storer pennants and arm bands
of old gold gave character to the
occasion. Yell Master Arter warmed
I the company up and encouraged the
supporters of the Old Gold by his
leading in the singing and ' giving
yells.
At 3 p. m. the referee's whlMle
blew, announcing that the game wab
on. Capt. Wheaton, of Storer had
won the toss and chose to defend
the south gold. At first kick off an
M. St. end was off side And the ball
>vas kicked off a second time. It was
cleanly handled by Storer and ad-|
vanced several yards before Scott,
Who was carrying it, was downed.
Then after a series of line plunges
Wheaton kicked the ball far into
M. St. 'b territory. For a few min
utes by a series of excellently exe
cuted plunges on tackle M. St. carried
the ball down the field. Storer soon
got over her anxiety and her chance
was stopped. For a few minutes the
ball see-sawed back and forth over
the line when a forward pass was
touched by Hhiplev, for M. St., and
was recovered by Storer. Prom this
time oil Storer steadily marched to
wards At. St.'s goal. When within 17
yards of that place tho time for the
first, quarter was ended with the bait
In Storer's possepsion. During the
three minutes intermission, while
seeking a coat a Storer man stepped
from the field and a penalty was de
manded by M. St. and was allowed.
At the opening of the second quar
ter, Crawford, of Storer was sent
around the opponents end for what
seemed like a touchdown, but the
lineamau said he hail stepped outside (
me line ana the touch down ww not ?
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allowed. But Store* would not kb0
denied and by powerful rushes and
a pe&uiliuljy -executed cripa-croaa,
beiweeh Crawford and Howaid, the
iiornxer circled the tnd for a touch
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/down. > ' No goal. v. ?? ,
> *;rojn tlna time on to the end of
the half the ball wa? kopt In M. St.'s
territory but no result followed.
During the intermission both teams
were eared for by their coaches aiu.
,when the second half began it was
evident that each team meant busl
nesB. Storer received the kick-off,
and by biUllant end runs and for
ward passes in which Crawford and
Howard showed tholr speed and
-?kili the ball was soon placed near
?M. St.'s goal where Capt. Wheaton
broke the opposing line and with as
many of the team holding him as
could reach him and scored the sec
ond touch down. Wheaton kicked
goal.
Not long after the resumption of
play by the same dazzling tactics M.
St. was literally mowed down and
brushed aside for another touch
down made by Brumage with the
whole back field of M. St. trying to
stop him. No goal.
v-- Thq last part of the quarter saw
fcnqttyer , beautiful piece of football
executed ._0ji?r4 Makel, of Storer,
^vho&toke through the line and chas
ing ft balk>?unabled by tae opponents
gowned /It .Jaoiiind their line. When
i.^he mivss j of. players was untangled
;lt was found that both he and Capt.
.p^owi^, of M. J3t. held it and the ref-?
.eree decided.. to call it a touchback.
-Mi 9t. brought it back and kicked it
Off from their 25 yard line, where tho
third quarter ended.
? 'The last quarter was a repetition
of the third. Beautiful forward
passes by Capt. Wheaton and re
ceived by Howard -tore off yardB
Then Crawford again executed one of
his lighthing-like runs. Again no
touch down was allowed by having
gone out of bounds one foot from the
goal line. It only took a moment for
Frank Wheaton to rush across for
the fourth touch down. No goal.
Darkness was now falling and for
the short time remaining frequent
delays were indulged in by M. St. and
so the game ended dangerously near
another touch down.
The work for Slorer was splendid,
every man was into every play, and
to especially mention Capt. Wheaton
Crawford, Howard, Howell and Brim
age is not to lessen the luster be
longing to the others. For M. St.
Capt. Brown, Shipley, Woody, did
the best work.
The following is the line-up for
Storer:
Crawford, R. E.; Scott, R. T.;
Howell, R. G.; Thomas, C.; Palmer,
Makel, L. G.; DeShields, L. T.; How
ard, Tj. E.; Brimage, R. H. 13.; Frank
Wheaton, L. H.t B. ; McGhee, Q. Hr:
L. Wheaton, Capt., F. B. Subs:
Van Loesten, Massett, Diggs.
For M. St. High School: Shipley,
R. E., Triggs, R. T.; Daniel, R. G.;
Williams, L. G.; Rhulac, L. T.;
Woody, L. E.; Brown, Capt., R. H.
B.; Talbott, L. II. B.; Green, Q. B.;
Johnson, F. B.. Subs: Michael,
Snaley, James.
Score: Storer, 21; M. St., 0.
. Time: 12 1-2 minuto quarters.
Prof. McDonald, referee; Prof.
Douglass, umpire; Prof. Saunders.
Field Judge; Prof Montgomery, head
linesman. Time keepers; BeaJie for
Storer: Wilder for M. St.
? Of the M. St. squad, numbering
25, about a half dozen stayed ovei4
night with . Storer fellows. They
complimented their hostB on the
cordiality of their reception and hos
pitality of their hosts.
THCHSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910.
WANTED*? & man to work in tailor
* ehop, one who- has had some ex
perience in the business, for fur
ther informattion address,
M.' B. BftOdK&AN,
Tailors,
Mt/Hope, W. Va.
9-22-3t.
ANSTED.
Rev. I. V. Bryant, of Huntington,
was here November 3, and addressed
the colored citizens at the Odd Fel
lows Hall. He was entertained af
terward by Mr. and Mrs. James Ed
wards, leaving the next morning for
Page. Rev. Bryant is always wel
jcome here and we ho^p he will com'*
again.
| Rev. Win Reese, of the place,
preached for the missionary society,
Monday night.
Mins Effle Johnson, of Fayette
\ille, is visiting, Mrs. Bettie Clay
ton.
Miss Magdalene Hoe, who has
been visiting her sister. Mrs. Al
bert Due?, left Sunday for t.ongacre.
Mrs. Dues has been sick but is now
able to be out attain.
James Edmonds is suffering with
rheumatism.
Mrs. Pearl Darksdalc, lias been in
disposed for several days.
Miss Annie Wesley, of Page, i s
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here visiting friends, she will spend
several weeks here.
Mrs. Lula Jordan and littlo
daughter were quite ill labt week,
but are able to bo out again.
A IU3GU L AR " TOM BOY
was Susie ? climbing trees and fenc
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DR. CANNADY REMOVES OFFICE.
Dr. Cannady's office removed to
Bogg's. Building,, first, floor o.ver
Capital City Bank, corner Virginia
and capjtol Streets. Both office
phones 1499, . ,11-3-fit.
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Often it comes through Colds, Croup
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thousands that Dr, tKlng's New Dis
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Twelve hundred school teatfcerd
from all parts of Luzerne county*^
Pennsylvania, have voted to union* V'
ize and join the American JTedera- *
tion to Labor in an effort to obtain ?j
higher wages and better conditions;^!
They seek a minimum salary rate^"
which shall be uniform and also de~ c
mand that after five years' aervic*
iheir positions shall be permanent. *
After July 4, 1911, no child und6r'
16 years may be employed at night,
work in New Jersey faeitorie#, .
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opt l,o?<T Unions Wal
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An Injury to On* I*
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