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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

Iwt fl 4 THE HERALDRgPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 i I THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN Tke Inter1ountaIa Republica Est Feb 1 1906 The Salt Lake herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Daily Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah TerulJI 01 SulAcrlptioDI DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month Th cents one year 1800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One Year 10 six months 75 cents 1 Subscribers wIshIng address of paper changed must give former as well as Present ndClrel5s All papers are continued until expUeij order Is receIved to dIscontinue All ar rearagtll must be paid In every case wc1 FOR THE BIGGER RELIGION 4t Plttsburg last month before the centennIal convention of the Christian church Mr Samuel HardIn Church a grandson of that Walter Scott who was onl ot the founders of the denomination mentioned delivered an address that S ill mark an epoch In the religIous his tory of the nation One of the most closely cherished tenets ot the Christianor Dlsclples faIth Is that of Immer...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 5 I L SOCIETY j d TODAYS EVENTS Mrs David Keith will be the hostess this afternoon at a bridge tea at her home on East South v Temple street Mrs J Yalcott Thompson will entertain this afternoon at a bridge tea teais is The first In a series of card par ties will be given this afternoon by 3 Mrs William D Foster at her home In B street This evening Mr and Mrs EI bridge Thomas will entertain the members of the Friday Afternoon Bridge club and their husbands A large dancing party wlll take place this evening at the Odeon under the auspices of the Govern ors club Mrs A C Smith will entertain the members of the Plate club to day at luncheon Mrs E M vest entertains her bridge club this afternoon at her home The Sewing club meets this aft v prnoon with MIss Iamle Supping ton The regular meeting of the La dies Literary club wlll be held this afternoon at the club house Mrs Adolph Simons will read a paper on The hUd Labor Problem an...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAl NOV 26 1909 i I A DOUBLE AGE OF SPORTING NES CONTAINiNG I DASlllNfi PLAY fiIVES VICTORY TO CRIMSON Logan Aggies Fight Bravely Against Odds in Spectacular Contest Before Big Crowd BY COACH MADDOCK Utah won by a larger score than expected Considering the crippled condition of my team the play was all that I could ask and I think we showed the spectators we could play football I am glad that my last game as a coach ended as it did In the past six years the Aggies have not scored upon us Today they played hard and game football and showed themselves a strong team BY COACH TEETZEL It was simply a case of inexperienced men against veterans and the eleven that had the men versed in the fine points of the game won The score was larger than I expected As you saw my men were slower on their feet and at first were bewildered by the Utah attack Later as they solved the forward pass used by Utah the play was broken up much more readily I am proud...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 7 F ALL IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM EVERYWHERE I fiRANITE SWAMPED BY BUTTE ELEVEN Montana Tears Through Line in Continuous March to ScoresLeggroan a Star Special to The HeraldRepublican Butt Mont Nov 25The overwhelming victory of the Butte high school football team over Granite of Salt Lake this afternoon 63 to 0 is a mere incident The fact that Coach Downers heavier machine rip ped and tore things up from the start right to the last few seconds of play when House kicked the field goal that added the odd number to the local score is admired But it was the surprise that the locals had to pre sent that lent significance to the victory From the time but a few seconds after the kickoff that little Duncan turned the tide Buttes way the 10 cats were but once In danger of be Ing scored on and titat was when through a series of penalties Inflicted on the local team through overanx lausness the ball was within a yard of the local line t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

i n I1T I 8 THE HERALD EPUBUCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 L POLICEMANS PROBE MAKES HIM CONVERT Experiments With Theories of Stomach Man and Finds Them Well Founded HIS WIFE ALSO BENEFITS LED TO TRY i REATMENT BY WATCHING CROWDS Led to Investigate the theories of the Cooper stomach man by having ob served a constant stam of humanity flowing in to vilt the eastern expert Policeman J F Morris of the Salt Lake I forcE resldllg at 1240 Johnson avenue tried Coopers treatment for himself i and wlte Now he is quite as enthusl nstil d convert as any of the hun dreds of others in the city who have so announced themselves He 1 one of the most popular officers in the city Policeman Morris has been posted at the 13isy Corner Main and Second South streets where within Smiths drug store the stomach man Is mak ing hi headquarters Morris directed hundreds each day who inquired for t he stomach man He was a victim or tomach trouble himself suffering from onstlpatlon gas belching dizzines...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

I T I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 9 F READ FOR PROFIT Hera1dRepub1ican Want Ads Sc a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BIRRELLSHIPP REALTY COMPANY THE Real Estate Pop1e rroRESTAURANT AND ROOMING HODSn 18 rooms excellent location 5RESTAURANT on State St rent t65 Good lease WGROCERY In residence neighbor hood living rooms 5fJOODRUG STORE only one In dis trict Earning 400 monthly OOGROCERY on State St down town WIll Invoice 2100RESTAURANT on Second South St Cannot be beat for the money SlOOCLEANING AND DYEING a nice little business netting 200 month 3000PLORAL BUSINESS nothing better in town exceptional lease niOOBARBER SHOP 5chalr equip ment In good location UiooGROCERY at Invoice In north east residence district BOOMING HOUSES AT YOUR OWN PRICES tooFURNITURE ot suite ot 2 rooms Easy term 65Q7 WELLFURNISHED ROOMS on South 1st West street All rented for win ter 8758 BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED ROOMS on Main street 1000s ROOMS North West Temple St A go...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

I J 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 I CHARITY IS SHOWN I DESERVING POOR Volunteers of America and Salvation Army Provide Thanksgiving Cheer PROVISIONS FOR FAMILIES MANY HOMES BRIGHTENED BY FOOD AND FUEL Following a short devout service of thanksgiving at the little Commercial street chapel at 11 ocock yesterday morning 100 men all unemployed some l rippled some broken In spirit and bou3 but all wearing something of a Thanksgiving smile filed past Mrs aptaln Tom Iackey and received tick tts ntltllng them to seats at the ban qU t board prepared by Mother Bond at the Boud restaurant In East First South street Before leaving the chapel Captaln Tom Iackey addressed the men In hs characteristic style tclllng them tho ould ure the ticket to eat with or coub1 throw It In the gutter and that tllfY could use Christ for salvation or throw themselves in the gutter A hun drd tickets were laSISOO out and a hudnd were taken in at the door of th rctaurant It was the m...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 11 i Annual Holiday IJIscoU t Sale FOR VILL FIFTEEN CONTINUE DAYS Starts Saturday Nov 2 7th 9 a m i FOR Will FIFTEEN CONTINUE DAYS As a preface to this array of really wonderful bargains we wish to announce to our thousands of satisfied patrons that beginning Saturday November 27th we will positively mark down from 10 to 50 per cent off our regular prices every article in this great store This means that you can purchase good goods here at lower prices than ever before and one dollar properly expended here will bring you more returns than you have ever had from a like investment elsewhere WHY ARE WE SO BUSY ALL THE TIME Because our popularpriced merchandise and businesslike courtesy to our patrons simply draw them back to us Dont Forget This Genuine and Greatest of All Sales IPT TIN CUPS the PERNearly FANCY CREPE all colors PA Mechanics Tools I NOTI Sma II H ar d ware 5c size Sale price full 10ft rolls The 10c Sargents Ce...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

I 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 I Mines and Mining Stocks J r OLD CAMPS GIVEN I I IMPETUS CHINO Invasion of New Mexico by Modern Operators Starts a New Era great future for some of the oldest mining districts In Americathose of southwestern New Medcois predicted J y a writer In the Mining World as a re ult ot the longdelaed application of moder methods to the prosecution ot mining enterprises ot that region This artlcularly applies to the Santa Rita die net III which Mexicans have been mln I g highgrade copper since the year 100 nd In which now the Chino Copper com ny Is developing a great lowcost pro luer which Is to be In the class of Utah opper and Ray Consolidated The camp Is a revelation says the writ f for after having been the scene of mining operations for more than 100 years Hut only are the surface deposits not yet worked out but rQcent development work a proven the continuance of the ore to jepth not hitherto believed The Chino Copper company t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

1 1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 13 TREE RAILROADS ENTER AGREEMENT Harmony Between Miwauk e Great Northern and Union Pacific Seattle Nov 25The agreement be tween the Union Pacific and Northern Pacific railroads for use of the laters PortandTacoma track for Union and Souttpm Pcfc trains was signed y tertlay and the Harriman roads whl be gin to ofert trains into Seattle n January 1 Between Seattle and Ta C the Union Pacific has cma Il own tack wIin < a hal Interest in the lwaukee line connecting these CIUl8 Lath the Union Pacific termlnala and tunnel at Tacoma are complete she Harriman trains will be brught through Tacoma on the Northern Pa cific tracks A temporary staton IS rudy for the new trains ere a1 a per manent ono Is being built Judge Robert S Lovel head of the Harriman lines and Julius Kruttchnlt director of maintenance of way wU come to Seattle tomorrow I is ex pected that while the two railroad of fiials are here the entire question t ter...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 November 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909 SERVICE IS HElD IN THE TABERNACLE Organ Recital Vocal Solos and Address Make up Program ADDRESS BY MATT THOMAS SETS FORTH REASONS FOR SPIRIT OF DAY Espeelally appropriate to Thanksgiv Ilig day was the service held yesterday at the tabernacle the exercises start lug shortly after noon and lasting about iht hour There was an organ recital made up of several chalco numbers gh r 11 by Professor J J McClellan organ Iit two solos by Mrs Lizzie Thomas Edward and a brief address on the putt oC the day by Mathonlhah Thom a The order of the exercises was as Jlows Organ selections from Lohengrln Wagner Prayer Benjamin Goddard Organ selections Communion In v IlUste I Need Thee EVry Hour Solo Angels Ever Bright and Fair Handel Lizzie Thomas Edward Address 1fathonlhah Thomas Solo Beyond the Gates of Paradise Mrs Lizzie Thomas Edward Organ Pilgrims Chorus From Tan bauser Wagner My friends It is a long cry from to day to the first Thank...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

I I THE METALS IF CHANCES toflnd a better I Weather 16 SIlver 503c place to livewhioh is al Copper cathodes 13Vsc ways a helpfulaspiration Today Pages are found in the want Lead 440 per 100 lbs ads Fair I InterMountain Vol 15 No lOS Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH J SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 1 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herall Vol 157 No 8f ACTOR QUITS BUSINESS I WARSHIPS WILL PATROL THE I COASTS UNTil WAR IS OVER NICARAGUA IS WATCHED This Country Does Not Pro pose to Allow the Slaughter of Any More Americans by Order of the Tyrant Zelaya LITTLE NEWS ALLOWED TO CROSS THE BORDER Marines Ready to Leave the League Island Navy Yardl for Panama but They May Be Rushed to Bluefieidsl I PRINCETON UNDER ORDERS Washington Nov 2GThe gun boat Princeton today was ordered by the navy department to sail for Co rinto Nicaragua to join the gunboat Vicksburg already at that port The I Princeton is now at the Bremerton I Wash navy yard undergoing re pairs On her way down the coast the Princeton will stop a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 w jt u j I R N tv > TS i I x ltk < w b t t 1 I ti S r r 1 it V k r 5 L A I I t waur i x f > v c s f r < a L L i Blanche Bates the famous actress who once played in stock in Salt Lake breaking ground for Portlands new theatre DETERMINED TO MEETi i JUHN u KO KtttLLER i Vount De Vries Tried the Rush Act 4ountWas Fired Upon and Then Thrown Out 01 lUanSlon l leyeland 0 Sov 61n an unsucce3B f 1 atttIDPt Hi gain Uw eat ot John D Hill des llCKlflhtt at or6tlt Hm Count res nobleman ot msteT1 in Holland vas Bryce upon twice today before being 1 tctd from the Rockefeller mansion I l3nc Wednesday the count has been I making dally attempts to see the head or the Standard Oil company with intent to interest him in a project for draining ZUder Zee Woonesday and Thursday de Fries was turned back at the gate In a huge rented automobile do Vries approached the Euclid avenue entrance to the grounds at high speed The as tounded...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 3 TEllER OF BANK 1 ARRESTS SUSPECT J L Conklin Takes E D Sta pleton Into Custody on Street Car FOR FORGED MONEY ORDER I FORMER EMPLOYE OF SEEING SALT LAKE CO IS HELD E D Stapleton a young man em ployed for several months by the See Ing Salt Lake company at Main and Second South streets was arraigned latE Friday afternoon before Charles Baldwin UnIted States commissioner Charged with cashIng a forged money order as well as forgIng two orders and attempting to pass them Stapleton also Is suspected of having taken four blank money orders from a post office substation Friday morning He does not attempt to deny that he lashed one of the orders but says lu reef lved the money orders from James Hiley whom he had known In Idaho 8tapleton waived examination after Inquiring If that would hasten his trial Ills bond was 2000 and Julian Riley Deputy In the office of James H An delson United States marshal took him to the county jail C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

I = = 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TURDAY NOV 27 1909 1 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The InterMountain Republica Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 I Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terns uf SubllcrlptloD DAlLY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 Cents < < one year L00 StNDAYOne year 200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance One year 150 six months 75 cents Subslrlbers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as present address AH papers are continued until explloU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case TRDES NBEN COUNO I IT IS A WORTHY WORK I Vernal is concluding arrangements for the installation ot a water works system And so the towns of Utah go steadily forward Which may seem trite In a way But It isnt It Is about the nearest approach to gospel one can get In a busy world The statement in substance may be repeated with the simple substitution Jof another name every day in the year There is pr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

H r I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 5 L SOCIETY I s TODAYS EVENTS The second in a aeries ot bridge v teas will be given this afternoon by Mrs J Walcott Thompson at 4 her home in D street v Mrs William D Foster will give the second in a series of afternoon card parties this afternoonrcompll mentary to Mrs C A Reynolds 3 who Is a guest at the home or Mr and Mrs Elbrldge L Thomas v s At Fort Douglas this evening the Regimental Bridge club will meet 4 in the post hall when Captain and 4 Mrs W A Cavenaugh Lieuten ant and Mrs C R Elllot Lleuten 3 ant Loring and Lieutenant Hud dleson will be the committee on 3 entertainment 3 Mrs Addison Cain will be the hostess today at a luncheon given < In honor ot Mrs John Kempt v The members ot the Browning section ot the Ladies Literary club C will be entertained today at lunch s con by Mrs Elmer B Jones at the s C UniverSity club The following telegram was received by Miss Flora Wilson from Pasadena CalMiss Miss Wi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 COMMENDS FIGHT TRAFFIC CLUB I I George K Kindel Says It Is Best Campaign Carried on Anywhere I Directors of the Commercial club traffic bureau held a meeting yesterday noon at which plans for the 1910 campaign were discussed and matters of routine busi ness cleared UtI One of the interesting features of the meeting yesterday was the reading of a note trom George J Kindel the traffic expert and trust buster of oJorado in which he says the Salt Lake fight for fair and reasonable freight rates IS thc best fight that has yet beEn started In the rnlted States Mr Kindel Is regarded as the godfather of the local traffic bureau Inasmuch as In delivered an address to the business men of Salt Lake which was Instrumental In arousing public spirit and support for for organization of the bureau a liTI1e more than one rear ago In writing to S H Babcock traffic commissioner for th bureau and asking for a COP of the reply brief In the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

I HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 271909 1 L I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I lO 2 oc Ogden News I Office336 Twentyfifth street ClrcLllaUon Department 3G twenty fifth street OGDEN YOUNG MAN DIES fROM DRINKING POISON Victor Turner Commits Suicide at Home of Sweetheart After Making Threat rfcial to The I1eraldRepubHcan Ogden Nov 2 6 Carrying out a tl fat thrice made that he wan going to join i UH man with the crossbones Victor Turner eighteen years old com mitted suicide in the presence Of his EWeEUlIart Ilbble Brown aged six teen last Uight at her borne ne gUlped dw1th contents of a bottle lf carbolic acid partly tilled and me plrel shortly afterward despite the dCorts at resuacltatlon that wore made by frantic friends Turner whose father Albert Turner h a conductor on the Denver 6 10 crant1e went to the Brown home In 1Vr Thlrtyourth street He and Miss Brown were alone In the home of her parents Mr and Mrs N L Brown At about 910 oclock Brown left the par lor wh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

C J S fHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 AN AGED PIONEER CALLED BY DEATH I I Samuel Whitney Richards 85 Years Old Dies After Short Illness ACTIVE IN CHURCH WORK HE SERVED SEVERAL TIMES AS MISSIONARY IN EUROPE 1muel Whitney Richards died at his J m 457 Fourth avenue at 10 oclock C trday morning of general debility Hr was 85 years old Mr Richards vas Hie of the leading figures in early Utah 1stJry As an official of the Mormon 4 jrh he was on of the most active ILl m thE state and in thE earlier days 11111 numerou Jublic civlt and court positions HIs dath amp after two wEks snUf illrws prEceded by sev I k4 cj 4 I i w4 ay r SAMUEL WHITNEY RICHARDS eral years of III health During his last cars he had been an active worker in Il Mormon temple Mr Richards was born in Richmond l1iUs August 19 1824 He was a broth er of Franklin D and Colonel Henry P Richards History shows him to have I been an assistant engineer in charge of orty men employed in the building of a r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

t rii TT I REAL EST ATE I1INES tlJJ > CLASSIFIED MARKETS > PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 I Wha All I the Time OrS J SALT LAKE GOES AFTER FIGHT STRONG L ITheSportingAuthori of Salt Lake ATHlETIC CONfERENCE I HOlDS fAll MEETING Important Rules AdoptedStand Is Taken Against Freshman Rule At a meeting of the Utah Intercollegi ate conference held reterdny morning at the Kenyon hotel the five college6 cf the state were represented as fol lows J H Maddock University of 1tal1 Fred Bennion B Y U of Provo p T Teetzel AgrIcultural cOllege J H JCmp B Y C of Logan and Cnnnon I Lund L D S U nf Salt Lake The proposQQ oneyenr freshman rule barrillg frPshmen from taking part In colltglatt athletics was discussed md amp In for strong objections from the rfopresntatlves of the smaller instltu tions who said that with the rule In I torr athletics at their schools would suffer greatly This because of the small amount of material they had I A committee wafl appointe...

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