Cont. Lackawanna Football Game
home grounds, and the team expects to make it an exceptionally interesting one. The men are getting into better shape each day, and the famous Indians will tind their hands full. Crane and Rutherford of the Carbondale eleven at one time played on Lackawanna, while Forbes, the quarter back for the Lackawanna boys, lcaptained the Indians last season. It is probable that no game of the season will be more Interesting than the one to be played to - day. The local team will be comprised of the following players: McDonald, Vail, Neimeyer, Simpson, Bliss, Connell, Canfield, Vaughn, Walters. Hanahue, Ripple, Brown, Forbes, Stark and Ollendyke.'