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lil' us imagine that the gl Class is a fiootliall and the fiaeulty and
upper elassmen are the players. They are, f'Knowledge" and the
"The Time Wvastersn.
The fioohall was sent out from the XVard Sehool lvldlllll-L1Cll1I'll1g Com-
pany in january, IQZ4. 'llhe game was startedg the hall was ltielied oft'
tn "Knowledge", whose captain, VV. ll. ,'Xd.uuson, gained more than forty
yards. By the second down, howexer, the "Time Wvastersm had started
their work. Soon the game was no longer just beginning-- it was Ll real
fjght. During the first quarter fwhieh represents the freshman yearj xery
few gains were made, lweeause of' the stiffness and newness of the hall. It
would bounce and jump all over the field. The whistle hlew for the end
of' the quarter, and the hall took a vacation. The players tried to plan
different ways of getting possession of' the hall and of running for touch-
The whistle hlew for the second quarter. :Ks the hall was aeeustouied
to the tough manner in which the players handled it, it didn't jump and
lwounee around so much. During the entire quarter the lead went first
from "Knowledge" to the Wllime VVasters", hut when the first half' ended,
the "Time W'asters" were slightly in the lead. The players and hall both
took a much needed yaeation.
VVhen at last the whistle hlew for the third quarter to hegin, hoth
teams were out to winfpoor halll 'I'he'ba11 see-sawed hack and forth,
and when the quarter ended the uillilllll VVasters" were still in the lead.
Only time and the last quarter of the game, which is yet to come, will
determine the yietors.
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Da ven po rt, Conroy
Du Pre, Flint
Lansford, Edna Mae
Hunter, Harry Tom
Keith, Joe M.
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