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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1907.
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Atlanta Baptist College Football Team.
The recent victory of the Atlanta
Baptist College over the State College
of Orangeburg, S. C, by a score of i
to 0, settled for the season of 1907 the
championship of South Carolina and
Georgia, which was in dispute. The
game was played at Augusta, (!a.. and
was looked forward to be one of the
closest of the year, but proved just
to the contrary. The South Carolin
ians were no match for the strong
Georgia eleven, lint the question of
who is champion of the South is yet
in dispute. While Atlanta held Fish
to a tie, it has not mot the strongest
team in the South. It is that of Mo
harry and unless some post-srason
game can be played to decide this, it
is. not likely that the championship
will be decided this year. Meharry won
from the A. B. C.'s last year by a
very small score. Both teams have
suffered some loss but gained consider
ably in weight.
A schedule of the games for 1007
by the A. B. C.'s and their results to
date would be interesting reading to
the lovers of the gridiron.
Nov. 2. Fisk, .0; A. B.
Nov. 0. State College,
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Talladega vs. A. R C.
Knoxville vs. A. R C.
The Y. M. C. A.' vs. A. R C.
It will be noted that while only two
games have been played so far the oth
er three to be played are comparative
ly easy The only apprehension is in
coming in contact with Knoxville.
Plans are on foot to push a post-season
game between Mehayy and the
A. R C.
Pear! High School vs. Central High
Touisville, Ky.. Nov. 1 0. The Pearl
High School football club, in oharg.
of Professors Smith, Washington and
Cameron, reached the city this morning
at 2:10 o'clock, but remained in their
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Ladies' Shoes, patent, trim metal and
vici, $4.00 and f 5.00 shoes for. .3.25
Ladies Shoes, patent, gun metal
hi f 5.00 siioes lor. . J.JD
patent, gun metal and
men s anoes
Just Wright Shoes, pateut, gun metal
ami velour calf, all new I all shoes;
$4.00 and $5.00 values at 3.25
vici, 4 00 dinl so shoes for. .2.95
Ladies' Shoes, patent, gun metal and
vici, $2.50 shoes for 1.95
Ladies' $2 00 Shoes for 1.45
Dr. Reed Cushion Sole, patent, gun
metal, box calf and vici, . 5.00 and
$6.00 values, reduced to 4.25
Men's Shoes, patent, gun metal and
vici, I3. 50 and $4.00 shoes at. . . .2.95
Misses' Shoes, tan, black, jmtont, lace and
button, this reason's latest style, $2.fu and
$1.00 shoes Ht 2.15
Misses' fc.UK) and $2.25 shoes nt 1.65
Misses' $1.50 and $1.75 shoes at 1.25
Hoys' Shoes, button, lace, patent, gun metal,
box calf aDd vici ; f.l.5U and $4 00 shoes
Uovs' Shoes, vici and box calf, $2.25 and
$2 M) shoes at 1.75
Hoys' Shoes, button, lace, patent, tain metal,
box calf and vici, $2.50 and JU.00 shoes
Hoys' Shoes, broken sizes, $2.00 and $ .75
shoes at 1.45
Children's Shoes, black, red and tan, button
and lace, heavy and light soles; siz.es 8 1-2
to ll, i'i and $2.25 values, at 1.65
Children's Shoes, patent, kid and box calf,
button and lace ;si.es8 1-2 to 11, $1.75 and
$2.00, reduced to I.40
Children's shoes, black, red and tan, button mid
lace : size 5 to K, $1.."0 and $1.75, reduced
to . 1.25
Children's Shoes, patent, kid, butt"n and lace,
heavy and light soles; bioken sizes, $1 50 and J1..5,
reduced to 90c
Infant's Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, palent, tan, brown and
red, $1.25, reduced to . 90c
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tsl?ivlf Infant's Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, 75c values, for this sale
-U ikfUr, educed to... 45c
in- until 8 o'clock. When they were
i shown (0 their hoarding place. The
players spent the morning in Test and
I it one o'clock donned their football
fotrs and were ready to be off for
Dusty Rhodes Park at 2fith and Broad
way, where the annual game between
Central and Pearl High Schools -was
to take place.
The two teams came on the field at
: !0 ). m. and after running signals
were ready for the game. The game,
which otherwise might have been a
good one, was marred in every way
hv continual wrangling brought on by
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and Six Weeks and One Teddy Hear
the incessant meddling of Umpire
Harris with Referee Smith, who
states that Harris repeatedly insulted
him. thereby causing the Central
players to bully him. This condition
of "affairs together with other things
which are stated later caused the cap
tain of Pearl to bring his men off the
Held, thereby forfeiting the game to
Central, with the score standing 5
The leasons given by the Tearl
pichool management for leaving the
field are as follows:
1. The avowed intention of the Cen
tral players to slug during the second
2. The refusal of Mr. Harris to with
draw from the game as an official
when requested to do so, stating that
he wanted "his day" to give it to
:i. The playing by Central of five
men, three at least of whom do not
come within the meaning of the term
"bona fide high school pupils," as
agreed upon by the management of
the two schools. These men are as
follows: Hayes, who at the time of
game had attended school one day,
long enough to be registered.
Hopkins had two weeks' standing.
Kubanks, a high school graduate of
Havis, a graduate of 1 90r.
Depp, a substitute, who has been in
: school 2 days this term.
Pearl is informed by good author
ity and believes that these men are
not bona fide students in the highest
and best meaning of that term, and
that, they are entered in school for the
solo purpose of pi ay In t football and
that they will withdraw as heretofore,
as soon as Central's important games
The Pearl School management de
plored the incident, but acted in the
interest of honest and clean sport,
which they have always advocated.
The story of the game is briefly
told as follows:
Central won the toss and chose the
ball, while Pearl defended the south
goal. Central kicked off to Pearl's
10-yard line, where the ball was fum
bled, but Walter Davis secured it
and darted behind his own men long
I enough o draw most of the Central
Here Central bucked the line again,
but Hayes fumbled and Stockell se
cured the ball and ran .10 yards where
he was called for going out of
bounds. Pearl's attempts to advance
being foiled, she punted and Central
returned 10 yards. She then ad
vanced the ball on line plays to
Pearl's 45-yard line, where being held
she punted to Pearl's 115-yard line,
where Pearl lost the ball on a forward
oass. From this point Central made
i touchdown at the corner of the field.
The punt out for position failed.
Score: Pearl 5; Central 5. Central
kicked to Pchrl. who returned the
kick to midfield. Central failing to
advance the ball by line plays, punted
o the 20-yard line, when time for the
half ended. During the intermission
a discussion arose 'which led to the
Pearl team walking off the field.
Cent. i 'Position. Pearl.
Wriehtson .... Loft end Upshaw
Morris Left tackle Duncan
Cox- Left givn-d Williams
Hopkins Center Dillahunty
rross Ttight guard Stockeil
Knight .'....Plight tackle Manson
Robinson Right end . . .' . .Hockett
"ubanks Quarter Davis, W.
Hayes Left half Hurt
Tohnson Rigtit half Hambrick
Davis Fullback Davis, I.
Referee Smith. Umpire Harris
alternating with halves. Timers,
Clark and Hadley. Head Linesman
T ewis. Assistants Johnson and Mc
Kissack. Time of halves, 25 minutes.
Score. Pearl !5; Central 15. Game for
feited to Central.
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Notes of the Game.
Hayes was the best halfback that
has struck the Pearl line this year.
Pearl was outweighed 15 pounds to
W. Davis was a hero. His run of
100 yards was "a thing of beauty and
a joy forever."
Central could gain nothing around
earl's ends, but imade terrific
smashes off tackle.
With a bona fide Central team it
would have been Pearl's came all the
way, and then some.
The social given for the Pearl High
players at Odd Fellows Hall was a
very delightful affair. The menu was
nrepared nnd served by hic;h school
iris of the Domestic Science Depart
ment. Individual Ices consisting of
footballs antj football players In col
ors of the two schools were served.
Turner Normal at Shelbyville next.
Pearl High plays Franklin Nov. 29.
A good time for a day's outing for the
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more games, better games, with larg
er attendance next season, both in
basket ball, base ball end football.
!ihmi in, then flyin
the mass, ran 100
down. After shaking off three Centra
(adders failed at goal. Score: Pearl
."; Central 0. Pearl then kicked to
Central's 2 ."-yard line, from which
1 point. Central, returned the ball 5 vards
I Then be.ua n the most punishing line
J plunging to which Pearl has bren sub
jected this year. With Hayes carrying
I I ho ball-the line was tried at different
points with little success unlil a spot
j on the left side wa reached, which
; mil y cave way and Central carried
the ball " yards before she was held
! for downs. Pearl then made first
down in three attempts off tackle. She
lvxt worked a forward pass for 20
i yards but n. Pearl player was off side
J rnd the ball was brought, back and t ho
I Pearl penalized. Hurt punted to Eu
i hanks, who was downed in his tracks.
Athletic Association for Colored
There is a movement now on foot
to organize a National Collegiate
Athletie Association. The movement
's receiving considerable attention, es
pecially in some of the leading col
leges. -Prof. S. TT. Archer, the coach
of the A. B. C. football team, of Atlan
ta, Ha.: Prof, (.iles, the coach or msk
Toot ball team, together with other col
lege officers, h?.vo practically decided
that such an organization would add
(, little to the interest of the games
and besides it. would put. certain
schools on a better rating with their
teams. It is being suggested that Me
harry, Fisk. Atlar.tr, P.aptist College,
Tuskegeo, Talladega, State University,
of South Carolina, Knoxville College,
Howard University. Shaw University
and the St .-.to University, of Kentucky,
should unit" in this movement. If
thi-4 can be ai ranged before the foot
ball enthusiasm dies out thcro well be
LOST ONE-HALF OF A TWENTY
DOLLAR GOLD CERTIFICATE.
Mr. Geo. II. Burrus, who resides at
at 901 Demonbreun street, had the
mis-fortune to lose the half of a twenty
dollar gold certificate. Just how this
happened is explained by Mr. Burrus
as follows: "The bill was torn halt
in two. I had sent r part of it to the
treasury of the United States for
redemption and had contemplated
sending the other part, but unfortun
ately several Sundays ago while at
Martin's livery stable I must have
pulled out some of the money for
change and dropped this half of the
twenty-dollar bill in the trash, which
no doubt has been carried or blown
away. I am very anxious to recover
it and would pay a liberal reward for
its return. I do not remember the
number just now, and I thought, for
fear some children might have found
it and turned it, over to their parents,
it was best to see the Globe." This
incident calls to mind the fact that
theiV are but few 'gold certificates of
his denomination now in circulation
Should any one find this they will
dense return it to Mr. Geo. II. Burrus
at the Nashville Tost Office, where he
is employed and receive a liberal reward.
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