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G.W. Is Victor by 32 to 0 Score
Hayman, at Tackle, Is Star as Juniata Is Swamped
George Washington University backfield players, escorted by an interference which laid low first and secondary defense, six times traversed the goal line of the Juniata college eleven of Huntington, Pa., yesterday at Central stadium and produced a 32-0 victory over the team which last year triumphed 7 to 0 at Huntington in the game between the two teams.-- Shirley Povich, Washington Post, 10/4/1925
Oct. 3, 1925. Washington, D.C. "Geo. Wash. U. vs. Juniata Col. at Central High." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
Feb. 25, 1920. Washington, D.C. "Herbert J. Drane, Congressman from Florida, is from Tarpon Springs, which is said to be the largest sponge market in the world. Mr Drane's office gives the appearance of a permanent sponge exhibit. The walls are covered with sponges of every size and variety. Photo shows Mr. Drane with some of his choice specimens." National Photo glass negative. View full size.