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Ninety-Seven, 12; Hopkinson, 12.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

One of the poorest class games seen on Soldiers Field this year was played yesterday between ninety-seven and Hopkinson. Hopkinson scored two touchdowns in the first half, one of them made by Bartlett, being especially brilliant. Then the juniors in spite of Hopkinson's defensive work forced their way through and made a touchdown. In the second half the wind was in favor of Ninety-Seven and Hallowell did some good kicking. Finally Ninety-Seven made another touchdown and the score was tied. The game was then called. The line-up was:

NINETY-SEVEN. HOPKINSON.

Rantoul, r. e. l. e., Heard.

Scannell, r. t. l. t., Jaynes, Shaw.

Ladd, r. g. l. g., Hayes.

Fitzgerald, c. c., Sargent.

Collins, Williams, l. g. r. g., Heath.

Phelps, l. t. r. t., Martin.

Fenno, l. e. r. e., Hallowell.

Prouty, l. e. r. e., French.

Prescott, h. b. h. b., Livermore.

Hall, Scott, h. b. h. b., Carlton.

Little, Hallowell, f. b. f. b., Bartlett.

Garrison, q. b. q. b., Brooks.

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