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Princeton Men Run Railroads

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Fifteen hundred Princeton students Tuesday signed pledges putting themselves at the disposal of the railroads for any kind of service, upon a call by Samuel Rea, President of the Pennsylvania Railroad, for twenty-five firemen. Among the first to leave for New York on a special train were "Jack" Stubbing, all-American quarterback, and "Waddy" McPhee of the Princeton University eleven. Twenty-five more men left for service as firemen yesterday. Most of the men who went, had had experience in the railroad business during their summer vacations.

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