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105-yard; run by
Minnesota Held 1o Tiev "
: by Northwestern Team
t EVANSTOX, III.
Chuck Palmer, Northwestern's
higi halfback, upset ! the dope
bucket here today and the Purple
keld Minnesota to a tie, 7 to 7,
i railing what first looked like an
easy game for Minnesota. Pal
mer s feat was all the more sen
Rational because it climaxed a ser
ies t pile drlTlng line' bucks and
beautiful forward passes which
bad; taken the ball id tforthwest
etrn'r two yard line. It was fourth
dowfi and Mitchell, Minnesota full'
back, burst through the line and
was! on the point of downing the
ball when it slipped , from his
'"bands and rolled to Palmer.
Palmer dashed wide around his
Own) right end and the Northwest
rnlteam rushed In behind for In
terference. Every man but Mar
tfimtm was boxed out of the play
before Palmer had reached the
center of the field. Martineau
made a - great effort but Palmer
turned and stiff armed' his way
Just as. the two crossed. North
western's 35-yard line.
TOE TERRIBLE RIOT AND FLIGHT AT SMYRNA.
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Knights of Columbus
Name New Officials
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. John li.
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Fourth degree, Knights of Colum
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masters, Michael K, Reilly, of Fon
du lac. Wis., Jere E. Shea, of
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal. j
Oct. ,21. St. .Mary's college
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