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SENIORS, 10; JUNIORS, 10.

The Second of the Class Series Also Results in a Tie.

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Ninety-six and ninety-seven played the second game of the class championship series yesterday. The game was hard fought and interesting, the teams being very evenly matched. Ninety-six was stronger in the centre, Merriman at guard being almost always able to open up big holes. Both teams were weak on the defensive. And the ends were often circled for good gains. The tricks used, seldom gained much ground. Throughout the game there was some fighting, and the tackling, as a rule, was too high. The punting was very good on both sides. The best playing for ninety-six was done by Lee at half; for ninety-seven Garrison at quarter, and Hallowell at full did the best work.

The juniors won the toss and took the wind. After the kick-off by the seniors, ninety-seven worked the ball to the middle of the field where they lost it on a fumble at quarter-back. Ninety-six took the ball down the field by hammering at centre for long gains. They pushed the ball over ninety-seven's goal line after about seven minutes' play. Merriman kicked the goal. Score, 6 to 0 in favor of the seniors. Ninety-seven's kick-off was returned by Holmes to their 40 yard line. Here ninety-seven fumbled but Sleeper, grabbing the ball, ran around right end and down the field. Just before he reached

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