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FOR 1ST REGIMENT
m Adjutant (Altera! Instructed b,v Head.
W quarters to Prepare for ComW
ing of Troops,
Mews and Courier.
Columbia, Nov. IS.?Adj. Gen. Moore
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rnas reueneu a iciegiaui nvm
partaient of the East stating that the
First regiment will be mustered out
of service at Camp Styx, which is
about five miles from Columbia. Gen.
Moore is requested to make the necessary
requisitions to get the camp in
military condition for the reception
and mustering out of the First regi-,
ment. He will have camp stoves and
ww the tents arranged for the troops and
everything will be in ship shape when
the soldiers get here. It is expected
that the First regiment will be here
in about a week's time.
The arrangements for leaving Tex- j
as are in the hands of the W'ar De~
partment. Columbia welcomes the re- j
turn here of the troops. No mention'
is made of the return and mustering
out of the Second regiment.
BYia Southern Route.
he first regiment will likely be
jhght back via the Southern route, i
is via San Antonio, Texas, and !
L Orleans. They wer out through j
Ita and Memphis, wliile the Sec- j
Weeiment went via New Orleans, j
PBirst will return by the Southern j
W and the Second over the route
PRi the First traversed in going to
The First regiment has won laurels
T^Jiile on border duty and they are
practically as good as regulars.
It will take between four and five
days for the soldiers to make the trip
from El Paso home and it will take
several days to assemble the railroad
^ equipment necessary to transport
them. The regiments will move in
three sections, each section two hours""
The boys will hardly get home be-,
* fore Thanksgiving and it will De
It nearly Christmas before they can be
V xnu6tered out of service and returned j
K to private life. All of the property j
bas to be checked up and turned ii? j
Br and every detail attended to before
H. Uncle Sam will dismiss them.
Men from Cp-State.
The First regiment is made up
W1 mostly from the up-country. It conI
sists of a machine gun company from
I Anderson, Capt. Ramer; two infantry
" oompanics from Anderson, one under!
Oapt. Ligon and the other under Capt.,
^Henderson; the Butler Guards, i
Ikbf Greenville, under Capt. Workman: j
Iflffhe Smyth Rifles, of Pelzer, under,
TTevward: the Hampton Guards,1
rof Spartanburg, under Capt. Justice; j
the Traynham Guards, of Laurens, under
Capt. Lee; the Union company.'
under Capt. Walker; the Camden company,
under Capt. McLeod; the Harts- j
ille company, under Capt. Craig; the;
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Chera%v company, under Capt. Gillespie;
the Rock Hill company, under
Capt. McFadden; the Fort Mill company,
under Capt. Parks. The headquarters
company is under command
of Capt. G. Hey ward Mahon, Jr., of
Greenville, who is regimental adju
tant, and the supply company is commanded
by Capt. Sebyt, of Greenville.
The santiary detachment is under
command of Major .James E. Poore, or
Columbia. The regimental band from
Williamston is part of the headquarters
Col. E. M. Blythe, of Grenville, is
in command of the regiment; Lieut.
Col. P. K. McCully is from Anderson.
The First Batallion is commanded by
Mapor R. F. 'Watson, of Greenville;
the Second by Major T. t$. ?prau, m
Fort Mill, and the Third Batallion by
Major E. C. Von Treskow, of Camden.
The regiment consists of about
1,100 officers and men.
The Second regiment, under Col.
H. B. Springs, made up of companies
from Columbia, Charleston and the
lower part of the State, remains on
the border. Other units of the SoutLCarolina
National Guard remanuug on
the border consist of the Charleston
Light Dragoons, under Capt. W. M.
Manning; the company of engineers,
under Capt. J. Roy Pennell, and the
field hospital corps, unaer lYiajui xx.
M. Brailsford, of .Mullins. When these
units will be recalled is not known.
The cavalry is on border patrol on
the New Mexican border, while the
other two detachments of the National
G?nr?l frc. i this State are encamped
i i the El Paso patrol district.
The return of the First regiment
will probably witness the breaking up
of the Palmetto Bridgade. Col. \V. K.
Wright, who has been in command of
the brigade, will probably return to
the command of his regiment, .the
Seventeenth Infantry, which is stationed
at Fort Bliss,*.one mile from
the Palmetto camp.
COACH DRIVER'S INDIANS
WIS A SIGNAL VICTOR i
Sunday morning's Columbia Record
carried the following, which is of interest
to most Newberrians:
"The Augusta Chronicle, in its storv
of the Newberry-Georgia freshmen
game, which was played at the Georgia-Carolina
Fair Thursday, gives the
Lutheran college full credit for having
an eleven that will compare favorably
with anything in the two states. Newberry
won from .the Georgia fresn
v? ? n nftiint. The impres
nidi U> a "it> w v
sive victory was not entirely due to
the fact that the opposition offered
the Lutherans was inferior, in the
opinion of the Augusta sport writer,
who thinks that Georgia varsity wouH
not have outclassed the visitors from
" 'The Athens boys fought gamely i
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^qui* Tiitiy of Fit*
er; what are you going i
amount to nothing, an
ite candidate before it ii
e honor of securing one
oing you did you share i
is too late and make yo
all the way through," says the story,
but they had ebsolutely no chance;
the Carolinians outclassed them in every
department. Newberry l?Ss an
exceptionally strong team this year.
I'nder. the tutelage of .Jimmy Driver
the aggregation has been developed
into one of the best elevens that has
been seen in the Palmetto State in
' After giving the story of the game
in some detail the story says: "Mention
should be made of the "Beautiful
jt'oi matrons on end runs and forward
passes that Coach Driver has deve
oped. We have sen-cm seen better
1 interference on end runs and hau
! never seen betL-r puss formations. "
' rnanh Driver's Indians hav^ onv;
more battle before the big Turkey
Day contest. The squad will go to
i Due ' Aest to play Erskine on Tliursday
next. However much Erskine
I can be depended on for a stiff fight,
| Newberry should have no trouble in
J coming off victorious.
! On Friday a steady grind of practice
will begin, lasting until Thanksgiving.
Every energy will be exerted
to have the Indians at top-notch form
by that time, for the battle royal with
Presbyterian College is the big game
of the year. People have been talkim;
for weeks of this game, and now thai
the time draws near, excitement runs
higher than ever. The largest crowd
ever seen at a game in Newberry Is
| expected 011 the field when the whistle
i blows at three o'clock. A large conI
tiagent from Clinton will cheer their
j teams, football and track, and keen
j rivalry will flash between the supporters
of the Red and Biue and those of
the Scarlet and Gray.
Tho t-rark team has now rounded
j into fine form and will compete with
P. C.'s team in tl", annual five mile
j across country run, which will finish
! on the football field just before the
' game. Newberry won the cup last
I year, but will have to go some this
year in order to hold it.
HAS REAL TEAM
\ewberry Sh >ws Brilliant Forward
| South Carolina football fans in fol|
lowing the fortunes of Carolina. Cita-i
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all the football teams of the State.
If one overlooks Newberry he is guilty
of a serious omission. Jimmie Driver
has turned out a regular football team
at the Lutheran college and next year
the State championship can not b^
awarded without giving the Indians
j a chance. Coach Driver is in the
midst of his first season at Newberry
but he has accomplished wonders and
already his team is one of the best
I in the State. There is no team playi
ing in South Carolina with a better
i forward passing attack and the Inrv
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Newberry defeated the Georgia
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impression on Augusta fans,
j The Augusta Chronicle said of Driver's
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the most consistent players for the
Carolina crew. Taylor appears to
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great style when called on yesterday.
; Dillman is heavy and runs, well, with
the ball. Gotsclial is not a Drimant
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formation on end runs and forward
passes that Coach Driver has developed.
We have seldom seen better
interference on end runs and have
never seen better pass formations."
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