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In the eighth and last game of its fall season, the University association football team defeated a team from the S. S. Arabic on Soldiers Field Saturday afternoon by the score of 5 to 1. This was the team's sixth victory, one game of the eight played having been lost and another tied.
The University men outplayed their opponents in nearly every department of the game and especially in the forward line. Here, although Captain Byng was absent, their superiority in speed and skill was marked. Two of the University's goals were scored by Murdoch and the other three by Greene, Locke and Needham respectively.
The line-ups were as follows:
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