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On a wind-swept soccer field yesterday morning, the tag football team of the Board of Student Advisers, next to top ranking Law School scholars, edged the Law Review, top ranking men, by a score of 1-0. The outfits fielded nine men apiece, and the clash resembled real football rather than touch due to the fact that blocking was allowed.
Advisers' halfback Hugh P. Jones 2L made the only score when he intercepted a Law Review aerial and raced 23 yards to the pay territory. The other two backs on the winning side were John Rhome 2L, whose passes were outstanding in spite of the high wind, and James P. Kranz 3L, whose defensive work shone.
On the Law Review team the work of James Heldt 2L stood out. "Big Jim" was a former All-Big-Six tackle for the University of Nebraska and was mentioned for All-American. Nathan Halpern 2L and Charles Feibleman 3L bore the ball-carrying burden for the magazine men.
James A. "Tallyho" McLaughlin, professor of Law, umpired the clash. When Law Review men protested that he was in the way during the scoring dash of Jones, umpire McLaughlin merely said. "It's all in the rub of the game."
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