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Father of Woodrow Wilson Flies from Texas to Son's Bedside

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Stricken with pneumonia following the Army game last Saturday, Woodrow Wilson, cadet halfback, lay in a serious condition last night in the Massachusetts General Hospital. His father, Lee Wilson, of El Paso, Texas, was en route across the country in a special plane.

A starting back in the Saturday game, Wilson is considered one of the Academy's most promising players, despite the fact that he is only a second year man.

After the game, which was played on a wet field, he complained of a chill, but did not consider it serious. On Sunday his condition became alarming, and he was moved to the hospital.

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