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THE SECOND HALF.
With score 0 to 0, Princeton flying
wedge gained 27 yards, but then it
ended. Kenan having failed to
climb the hill, though G:anam made
The ball passed through the hands
of both sides now without either
gain'ng 5 yards, when Va., made 6
with James, 6 more with Ramsburg,
Harper then made prettiest run of
the game for 40 yards around Ran
kin who had been fooled in on the
double pass to quarter. Ramsburg,
Pope and James brought it down to
the 10 yard line when it was fumbled
Graham went through tackle for
10 yards, Kenan massed his footing,
N. C. got 5 yds for off side play,
Graham made 3 more yds, Kenan
went three yds when Pi ice tackled
him nicely; Baskerville and Kenan
wentfor 10 yds more; the ball was
lost but recovered, when Baskerville
went through centre for good gam,
but the ball was given over to Va.,
for holding in the line.
Virginia did heavy rushing then
missing on tackles; Harper made
another 25 yd run; Pope, Ramsburg
and Hicks rushed the ball to N. C's.,
5 yard line and Johnson was pushed
just over the line for the first touch
down, but Harper failed on his goal;
score Va., 4 N. C, 0.
N. C's. V. made but 3 yards; the
play now was fast and furious on
both sides; everybody getting into
every play; N. C, carried the ball
up the hill to be driven back; then
Harper made another long run, sev
eral of these runs were nicely spoiled
by Rankin's nervy excellent and low
tackling, but he was too light, 135
lbs for Bowden who weighs 178; con
tinual short rushes scored another
touch down from which Harper kick
ed a nice goal. .
Time was nearly up, but our boys
played hard; KUk was drawn back
and Kenan made nice gain after the
V had netted 10 yds: Pugh came
back twice in succession once . for G
yds, then on a fake a good double
pass was executed from Graham to
Kenan with Pugh. Baskerville and
Barnard closely blocking, but Piu
ton had broken through Snipe's and
got Kenan from behind with no
gain. Ball went over on downs,
Johnson ran 20 yds and was downed
hard by Kirkpatriek: James rushed
3 yds; Harper came the double pass
act again going into touch' but the
referee did not see it, so the ball was
given Va., on N. C's., 5 yd line
where he had been downed; Basker
ville refused to tackle him when he
went to in touch thinking of course
the referee was close at hand, where
he should be and could see it, as
Harper was out side bounds for 4 yds
almost touching the rope stretched
5 yds from the line. Alas! our full
not take for granted anything' iro:e.
Pope was rushed over for the inb d
touch down and Harpe" lacked the
goal; making the scoe 16 to 0- Mr.
Bosher said there were 4 seconds
more time after that touch down, so
the teams did not liae up in the
middle of the field. Bat the North
Carolina men rallied around their
captain and cheered Virgi a ia and
cheered the umpire and referee,
whom they thanked; thus ended the
The undergraduates of Colum
bia will produce a Dlay called
"Joan of Aarc" durit.g Easter
Many men have wished for riches,
While for power some hearts yearn,
Beauty many a miad bew'tches,
With w'.sdom numbers tu.n.
But I do not ask for great things,
A little boon my soul would please
It is only that my trousers
" Might not bag so at the knees.
His head was jambed into the sand,
His arms were broken in twain;
Three ribs were snapped, four teeth
were gone, '
He ne'er would walk again.
His lips moved slow, I stopped to
The whispers they let fall;
His voice was weak, but this I heard,
"Old man, who got the ball!'r Ex.
The Republican club of Har
vard has asked Governor Mc
Kinley to address the club at
his earliest convenience.
Columbia college has 000 grad
uate students, the largest num
mer in attendance at any college
in the United States.
Eleven of the general fellow
ships of Chicago University
have been won by women.
The University of Cairo,
founded A. D. 973, has the larg
est attendance of any college in
the world," the number of stu
dents being 10,000.
It is claimed that it is the in
tention of the Yale authorities
gradually to give Greek an in
significant place in their curri
culum, and finally to abandon
Only forty-five per cent, o f Vassa
graduates ever ma:ry. Ex.-.
Probably about forty-six per cent,
get a chance
Of President Clevoland's cabinet
officers, Gresham graduated at
Bloomington University: Lamont
and Morgan, Union; Smith, Union,
Ga.; Obey, Brown; Herbert, Univer
sity of Virginia; Bissel, Yale, Carl
isle recieved'a common school education.
A Bill has been introduced into
Cangress for increasing to one hun
dred the number of army officors
who may be detailed by Congress as
military instructors in college.
At the State Universitv of Illinois,
credit for work on the college paper
will be given under the following
conditions. The editors or associates
will enter as regular students in one
of the classes in English compositio,
and do the work of the class. For
the required themes, howeves, print
ed matter or manuscript for the col
lege paper may be substituted.
The largest scholarship given
by any American college is the
Stinecke scholarship at Prince
ton. It is awarded for excel
lence in Latin and Greek and
amounts to $1,500 annually.
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Hz do Jot iopU.
Only 43 out of 150 candidates
for admission to West Point
were successful at the last en
President Harper, of the Chic-
ago University, graduated at
the age of fourteen.
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