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llll SUI XIII!!
lry 1' r rrlrfn felmonrlf.
And rt came to pass rn thc frfth year
of the rergn of Krng Morrrson that he
called all the mardens and youths togeth
er rn the great hall upon a certarn day
And yyhen they were assembled hc sard
unto them Thou art farr and beautrful
to look upon ye mardens and ye youths
are brave and strong It rs my desrre that
ye shall be grven a chance to try your
,krll rn foot ball readrng and debatrng
agarnst our farr brothers and srsters of
the great crty of Lrttle Rock So the
twenty fourth day of the eleyenth month
of the year of our Lord nrntecn hundred
ten shall be chosen as the dav upon whrch
these contests wrll be held
After much effort upon the part of
many of our mardens and youths Anna
of the house of Sollrnger yyas chosen to
reprr sent us rn the readrng contest
Edgar of the house of McBrrde and
chosen to represent us rn the debatrng
contest It was also decreed by Krng
Vlorrrson that those most skrlled rn speed
and strength should contend wrth our op
ponents rn the great game of football
It happened that upon the day before
the contest should be held all the mardens
and youths vyere agarn assembled rn the
great hall Many of the scrrbcs and lead
ers of learnrng arose to gryc yyords of
cheer to those who yycre to contest
Walter of the house of Bollrnger one of
tue greatest of the teachers arose and
sard Behold I haye had a dre am Fear
not for rt shall come to pass that the
youths of our band shall excel those of
our opponents 17 to 0 ln football Therr
hearts were frlled wrth courage and they
arose and departed
Now when the day chosen for the
contests arrrved there came many from
the great crty of Lrttle Rock and they
wrth a gre at many from the regrons round
about assembled to watch the contest rn
physrcal slerll between the youths of the
two bands Now when the frrst dryrs on
of the game was wrought there was no
cause for fear upon the part of erther
band for rt was shouted that the score vyas
nought to nought Now rn the last part
of the second dry rsron agreat norse frlled
the arr for behold Ft Smrth rushed a
head and the score vyas frvc to nothrng
Then there was much grref upon the part
of Lrttle Rock and some ot therr mardens
Now came the thrrd dryrsron of the
game when greater vyresflrng than eyll
before was engaged rn Behold the ex
crtement was rntense and the yy hole sur
Ioundrng country echoed the crres of Joy
tl'at rent thc arr for Pt qmrth agarn had
scored Noyy the trme arrrved when all
should be dccrded Mrny of our country
held therr breath rnrl e rycred therr face s
wrth the rr hands for dur rng a short pe r rod
rt was feared that the enerny yy ere gorng
to score But frnally rt came to pass that
Qmrth had yyon l core s y
yylth cheers for the dream of Walt r
the house of Bollrnger had come trnr
And rt came to pass thrt u rn
same evenrng of the sarrre fray as that
upon whrch Ft Smrth had yy on fl
test rn football that many yyere zatlre red
together to hear and be yyrtnes to the
contest rn learnrng Xttcr lrstenrng to
many rnterestrng speeches of our men md
vyorthy opponents rt yy as announced by tl e
most yyortlry of those set apart to Judge
one agarnst the other as to the best of the
speeches that Paul of the house of lloyy
lrng and Presten ofthe house of Dayrs
had won the contest rn deb rtrng and rt
was also announced by thrs most yyorthy
Judge that Anna of the house of Sollrnger
had excelled rn readrng Then there yyas
much Joy among the youths and rrrardens
of both lands
Thus rt rs recorded on the tvyenty
fourth day of the eleycnth month of the
year of our Iord nrnteen hundred ten Be
hold a great day rs ended and many are
honored there by
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