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CAROLINA GRIDIRON STARS WHO WILL BE SEEN IN ACTION AT BROAD STREET PARK THIS AFTERNOON
Coach Wood Rebuilt Machine From Top to Bottom, irntl Eleven Is Hcsl in Charlottesville'*) History. KEEL CERTAIN OF VICTORY Orange mid Hluo Doped to Win To llny's Contest by a Margin of Four Uoals?'.Much Is Expected From Gooch and Mayer. Names and Numbers of Virginia Players I. Mnycr. 10, (illleltf. II. (iooch. II. White. Eva 11 m. It:, llcrkelcr. 4. Moore. lit. Ilururtt. R. Coleman. I I. Anilemnn, II. 0. Sparr. 15. WnlUcr. 7. Word. 10. Calhoun. 8. ninrkrr. 17. .?i?lllTYeU. 0. Ward. IK. Klnnnngnn. 10. Anderson, 13. For tl?o first timo since 11)05 the University of North Cnrollna has placed in the licltl a football teaih' which Vir ginia truly \foars. That Carolina Ih represented hy n strong team this year the inosi ardent Cranio and Hluo sup porter does not dare to deny it. It is probably tilt- most uggresslve and versatile aggregation that has repre sented the- Chapel 11111 Institution since 1802. It Is well-coached, well-balanced, well-conditioned. And yet Virginia should win and re peat the old habit of defeating; tile Carolina. Virginia recognizes in the Tarheels a worthy fotiman, but for all that the Orango and l.lue should wave triumphant to-day. The Charlottes ville eleven with an even break of luck should be victorious. j Virginia started the season with prospects that were none too encour- j nging. Upon Coach Wood developed i the task of constructing a lino from j tackle to tackle, and tilling two places! in the bucklleld. There wero only live i jlien who returned to the university, 'rrom the IMit team. Three ends and I two backflold men constituted the only letter men upon whom he could rely. I The failure of .Woolfolk, Jett. Maiden. Brown, Itedus, Creokmore and Carter! to return to college created an un-1 broken vacancy from tackle to tackle. A full back hart- to be developed to : lake the pluco.*of*T<i\ndes. who Is now ' engaged in the lumber business in Texas. A left half was needed to fill the shoes of Hay. who Is now a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. Hut Coach Wood and tho other j alumni coaches set about the task , Svlthout any calamity-howling, with the i result that the Virginia team is one of i the strongest in tho hlBtory of tho In- ! Htltution. It is light, undorwolghluK Carolina by several pounds, but it Is of the rlsht stuff. Thus far tho team has lost only one game this season, that to Yule. And Its defeat by Yale was vir tually a Victory. Playing Georgia on a soggy field Virginia was able to roll up only 28 points. The Virginia bucks were pre vented by the slippery footing from executing the sweeping end runs that have spelt victory so much this sea son for the Orange and Iilue Clearly OutelnxN Vimderhllt. That Virginia clearly outclassed I Vanderbilt is an established fact. Vanderbilt never had a look-in on the linnl score. Truly enough, the Com modores had played Carolina the pre vious week, but yet McGugin contends that he had his full strength In the Held. Furthermore, the Vanderbilt inentor lias been tellably quoted us awarding a victory to Virginia in to- ' day's game by a margin of four touchdowns. Early in the season the weakness of , the Virginia team was apparently the line. Itut appearances proved to be deceptive. The strength of the Vir ginia line t? clearly illustrated by the following Incident of the Vanderbilt game: The Commodores had the ball on Virginia's one-foot line with four downs in which to make goal. The Virginia line, which had weakened.! now rallied. ami for four downs crumpled the Vanderbilt attack. In , place of gaining the necessary twelve inches, the Commodores were pushed steadily backward until the ball went over on the four-yard line. Such a rally Is unsurpassed In Southern football, ami the line that is capable of such a stone-wall defense must be somewhat strong. New Material Develops, x The new material has been develop ed Into one of the strongest lines of the Pouth Marker, at tackle Is with out an equal in tho South. He has outplayed every opponent this season from the all-Ameriean tackle of S'ale to Cody of Vanderbilt. The northern newspapers have mentioned him us being of all-Arnerlcan calibre. His running mate, Moore, is up to tho best standard,.. while Stillweil, who starred laBt year, Is a worthy substitute. ISvans, at centre, Is the strength of the line. Although somewhat light, he la ag gressive and fast Thus far this season he has been handicapped by a bad shoulder which always manager, to lie dislocated once each .game. Coleman and Ward at guards can always be counted upon for a stiff fight. Ward was tho Intor scholastlc star of Kentucky last i>ea ?on. Vanderbilt sent in three men against Coleman in th? effort to hold him at bay, but'to no avail. He la a tromonclous ?man, a tf*clght-throwor or considerable roputatlon. Ills brother, T. O. Coleman, wau booked for tho tacklo position tlmt is now filled by Moore, until ho broke his anklo early In the season. Hum Repertoire of I'luy*. The Virginia back lleld, with a dashing: repertoire of plays, will be the part oi the team that Carolina must dread. "Hobby'' Gooch, AU-Soulitcrn' quarter l'oi' two years, should still bo remembered by Carolina us a player that must bo watched, lie is the sec ond of his family that fias played quar ter buck at the University. CJIfted with a rnrn power of generalship, ho runs tho leant in a superb manner. Tall, ranglly built, ho Is as lithe and slip pery ns any coach could desire. He Is as tough as a nail and during-' his four years of football has never been taken from a game for any substaiw tlul injury. He is a sweeping playor and his t'orto Is reunnlng from kick formation. Captain Mayer is playing tho best ball of bis career. With his end runs and oft tackle plays, he can always be relied upon for material gains. It Is Interesting to note that he holds ?.lie record in America for touchdowns scored thus far this season. Word I at the other half has been handicapped by a. bad shoulder, but he should bo In form for the Thanksgiving contest. Some critics consider him a tnoro daring player at full back has given a good account of himself, scoring two of the touchdowns against VanderblU. Berkeley, the old Eplacopal High School star, I3d Anderson, Walker, Virginia all-scholastic full for several years. Puller, Calhoun and Speor con stitute the second-strlngel, back field, the back field that pllod up tho bulk of the 88 pounds against St. John's Saturday a woek ogo. . With such a well-balanced and ver? satlle team. Virginia will put op a stiff light against Carolina and with a fair break of luolc should emerge triumphant. HERMITAGE GOLFERS WIN FROM VIRGINIA Following a custom of several years' standing, the golf team of tho Uni versity of Virginia was Invited by the Hermitage Golf Club to bring their clubs along when they journeyed to Richmond for the Thanksgiving Vir ginia-North Carolina game and play a match on tho Hermitage grounds. The Virginia golfers were enter tained for lunch at tho Hermitage at 1 :30 yesterday, and afterward tho teams plnyed an interesting and en 1 Joyablo match. Homo of tho players will stay over ! for several days and participate In ; other matches with local friends. | The results of yesterday's match ? follows: University of Virginia?ISppa Rlxey, I Jr., 0; A. Dalthls, 0; Robert McKenney, 10; Dr. G. T. Smith, 3; R. M Bnltlils, i 0; D. H. Ramsey, 0: R. T. Duncan, 0; | George Byrne, 0. Total, 2. Hermitage?W. H. Palmer, Jr., 3; R. H. Mendo, 3; R. P. Mealo, 8; M. M. . McGulro, 1; Wins Wilson, 8; Jean \ ! Jones, 3; J. D. Anderson, 8; It. R. I King, 3. Total, 31. This morning, beginning at 9:30 i o'clock, there will bo a handicap tour i nament played. Prise to winner. CLUSTER SPRINGS LOSES | GAME TO FORK UNION, lit a fast and closely contested game' ( at Broad Street Park yesterdny af- | ternoon, Pork Union Military Academy defeated the team from Cluster Springs ] Academy, H to ?J. Cluster scored in tho first two min utes of play and several times were 1 in striking distance of Fork Unions' ! goal, but were unable to put tho pig : skin across. Fork Union's two touchdowns came In tho second quarter. j Fork- Union greatly out-weighed Cluster, nnd while making their gains almost exclusively on line plunges were several times hard put to it to mal<o their distance. Cluster's style of play was open and j they mado frequent gains by wide end runs. Robinson, Redd and Newton always! advancing the ball for good gains, while Hubbard, at tackle, did splendid work. Both teams were accompanied by loyal bands of rooters from their re- , spectlvu.schools, and a large crowd of alumni were In attendance. Officials: Hedgepeth (University of North Carolina), and Hughes, (Vir ginia Polytechnic Institute). NEXT WORLD'S SERIES WILL CONSIST OF ELEVEN GAMES CHICAGO, November 2fi.?The 1915 world's series championship baseball games will number eleven Instead of seven, and prices will be lower, ac cording to 15. B. Johnson, prouident of the American, when he made public : to-night a letter from August Herr mann. chairman of the National Base- I ball Commission. The question of cutting prices for J the world's series was considered nt a ' recent meeting of the American Leaguo ' here, and. after a tentative agreement was reached, President Johnson sub mitted tho proposal to national league club owners. Herrmann's letter said the national owners had agreed to the change and that a plan woqld be adopted at the animal meeting In January. Some club owners, he said, had objected to cutting the pricey, as It would decrease the amount given tho\ players. Ac cording to tho proposed changcs. the players will share In the first five In stead of four Ramos so tlH'lr total will not bo decreased. II FIGHTING GHHNCE Thin Is Opinion Expressed by Coach Trenchard and Captain Tayloo Yesterday Afternoon. WORK-OUT ON SPIDERS' FIEIiD i Secret Signal l>rili Held Under Super j vision of Six OlUcials?Tarheels in Fine Form for Gruelling Battle. Players Retire Early. Names and Numb-rs of Carolina Flayers 1. Taylor, IJ. 13. I,on*. 2. Tandy. 14. nine*. 3. Itnmaer. ID. Ilurnett. 4. Covrcll. Hi. Grlmsley. 5. Joucm, I', 17. Wrlf(l>t. 6. Gay. 1H. I.ove.' 7. Wlmton. 10. tVIIMuniNon. 8. Homenond. 5i0. Taj loe, J. n. nrldges. ai. Jodcn, J. 10. Fuller. ' as. Tennent. 11. (teld. an. Krvin, 12. Allen. a-l. Koiinl. . 23. Parker. "North Carolina's footl>all team has n lighting chance to emerge victorious in Its annual ennnstmont with the University of Virginia to-morrow. The representatives ofl the Tarheel unl ver?lty aro In prime condition physi cally, anil they arts eager for the bat tle. I have faith In the eleven ? that will fight to a gory finish the football representatives from the Virginia uni versity. The campaign begun back In August. at Ijake Kauuga will unfold Its most telling results In to-morrow's clash, ami 1 await the outcome with high hopes."?"Doggie" Trenchard. "I express the sentiments of every member of my team when I declare that wo are entering the game to morrow confident of nosing a victory from our time-honored rivals from Charlottesville. When wo stack up against Virginia to-morrow, the spec tators may confidently expect a eon test saturated with nil the spectacular, the glory crowning and gory taction unfolded in a downright gruelling gridiron battle. 1 confide expectant hopes In my team-mates who achieved so magnificently in the Georgia game and later fought so manfully against a stouter foe. I believe that Xorth | Carolina has a fighting chance to-inor j row, and we are going to fight like I blankety-blankety."?Captain Dnvo I Tayloe. Safely intrenched from the hurly ! burly, jostling crowd that now throngs the city. North Carolina's football war t rlors rested nulctly at the Jefferson Hotel last night. They retired at an | early hour and will arise this morn ing refreshed and ntlnrulated by a wholesome i.ight's rest, ready for the ! fray at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Their eagerness to plunge into the test l that tries the souls of men. Is uncon trollable. and they are tearing at their very leashes to quickly decide the hon ors that will be lost and won at Broad Street Park to-day. Workout at Went Hampton. Beyond the city limits six miles? Richmond College athletic grounds? Carolina smoothed the rough spots and added the finishing touches to the team yesterday afternoon. Under the guid ance of six Princeton coaches Trench ard. Cunningham. lUuetlienthal. Wilson. Pendleton and Wilson, the regulars and second-string teams were subject to their final workout. Two tennis were running signals, ami the men that will be relied upon to do the punting and dropkicklng refashioned their toes for the Impelling duty. The team underwent the midnight Jaunt from .-Raleigh Tuesday nltrht without any unfavorable after-effect. The Seoboard rattle'* left Raleigh at 1:15 o'clock and reached the city some thing past 5 o'clock yesterday morn ing. The jostle of the speeding coaches over a partlallv rocky road alone tend ed to disturb their slumbers. The mem be s of the team reimbursed the Joss of sleep by retiring at an earlier hour last night. . ... The Xorth Carolina .delegation which Is pledging their undivided spirit, co operation and doep-seated yearning ,v ?-v V> \ r*: > * Cbochlo^an GuLnnirj^fiajTi for a victory, traveled Into Richmond all yesterday. The numbers will bo swelled to-day on Hie arrival of *he Chapel Hill excursion, reaching the city at 5:45 o'clock. The distinguish ed purtv of North Carolinians will rrnch the city during the. early hours of to-day. Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Josephus Daniels, Governor Craig and Ids stall" will arrive this morning. "'President lid ward K. Gra ham. ot' the University, reached Rich mond last night and was among the number of enthusiastic North Caro linians that are expectant of satisfy ing results from Carolina's football warriors. Students Will lliing Raid. Tho Carolina student delegation that will roach Richmond early this morning will be prepared to expand their lusty lungs in cheering their team on to victory. A hand, consist ing of thirty-three members of the student body, will Join tho rooting brigade and vie with the Virginia mu ?ilc 'troupe in inspiring its team to greater achievements. The excursion from Chapel Hill this morning is expected to swell the Car olina student delegation to 400. to mnke no count of tho thousands of loy.il North Carolinians that have journed from the Old North Stnto. The ! Seaboard operated two special trains j and the Southern one excursion from 1 North Carolina to accommodate the i Increased number.of visitors over pre i vlous years. i ANOTHER HARD DAY'S WORK FOR ARMY'SQUAD WEST POINT, N. Y.. November 25.? j The Army eleven had another strenu j ous workout this afternoon In prepa i ration for the Navy contest Saturday, i A long forward pass rehearsal was j not very encouraging, as neither of i the ends seemed up In form. Coffin nnd Hodgson indulged In a punting duel. The former Is kicking In tine form, n/ul his chances of starting against the middles Saturday are con sidered good. The men will get nnothor drill to morrow and will leave for Philadel phia Friday morning. HOW THE ELEVENS WILL LINE UP VIRGINIA. No. Position. SOUTH CA HOI,IN A. No. WlnMon 7 left end. . White 11 Itanmex ft left tackle Word 0 CowfH .. 4 left (tunrd t'olenmn R Tandy, D....^ 2. centre Kvnn* 3 JoueN, F 5 right guard.... Moore 4 t;?iy ti. ... .right tackle Ilnrkrr s lliiniriTooil 8 rlRlit end (illlette 10 Ilrldgrft M. . . . quarter l>nck. . . . t.oocli 2 Tnyloe 2... .left half back... ..Mayer ,* 1 Iteld 11. . .rlnht half hack...Word y Fuller 10 full back Sitnrr 0 Kvent?Annual football" game beween University off Virginia and University of North Carolina. Places?Broad Street Banrabll l*nrk. Time?2i30 o'clock this afternoon. oniclnls?Inneit nrown (Vpnderhllt), refereej Mncf.oflln (Michigan), umplret Armstrong '(Yale), head linesman. Hoxt to Heach the l*nrk?Take II oad and Mala, ftroad and Twenty. fifth, Westliamptpn and Ninth nnd Broad Street cnr.i going wf*t. COOKE, A. & M. STAR, WILL NOT PLAY IN GAME TO-DAY ' ? Wrenched * Kneo 1'revcnta Heavy j Tackle I'll mi Opposing Washing ton anil I^eo at Norfolk. A. & M. HAS MANY NKW PLAYS Trick Formations Havo Been I?rac- ' tlcccJ t<? Kool the Generals?Coach j Hegarty Relieves Carolina Aggies Will Win To-Day. WEST KAl.EIGH, rc. G.. November i 25.'?The Xorth Garollna Agricultural and Mechanical Collage football team will he handicapped In tho name to morrow with Washington and Leo by ' the absence of Gook<;. tho star right tackle. Cooke wrenched his kneo in the last game and has been unable to ' got Jjack in uniform since. His ab-i sence from tho lineup will be felt as i ho weighs 212 pounds, and Is very fast and a hiyd tackier. Cooke's placo will. bo taken by Artz, who has been show ing up well In that position. Proflltt, I another substitute, will play at left j tackle in Turner's place. Coach Hegarty, with tho aid of his assistants, has been very busy the past few days in drilling new plays into the Varsity. All the plays that will ho used aro new and some of the | trick players are. destined to fool tho Generals badly. Hegarty has much confidence In his team, and he said that without some trick of fate tho Aggleu would triumph ovor the Gen erals. Tho back Held, that will go against Washington and Lee, Is practloallv tho same that helped defeat the Generals hist year. tiulllvan Is the only ab sentee. and his place in well taken care of by Townsend, a freshman from Klversido Academy. The line will pre sent a good many new faces. Captain Plyer, at centre and McIJougall at end will be tho only ones thut started against Washington and Lee last year. Scll'ert, at right end, was in last year's game for a few minutes. Although the ! line Is composed of a good many new I men, there 1s plenty of strength and fight In It. Tho players, with thoir positions, 'number of years on the team, ago, height and weight, are given below: i J. 15. MnDougall, left end, Is playing 1 his second year on the team. He Is i twenty-one years of ago. tlvo feet elev- i ? en inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds, j ? Ho is ono of tho fastest men on tho! i sijuad, and was picked by some last ; | year for an All-South Atlantic end. ! C. L. Proffitt, left tackle, Is playing i I his vrst year on tho team. Ho Is twp/- j i ty-four yearn of ago, six feet tall and I weighs 200 pounds. I I It. C. Young, left guard, is playing his first year on the team. He Is twenty-one yearn of age, six feet tall and weighs 109 pounds. Young Is a little light for thl3 position, but he has been playing star bail all tho sea son. R. L. Plyer. captain and centre, lr. playing his fourth year on tho team. He Is twenty-three years of age, six feet two Inches tall and wolghs 180 pounds. Plyor has been putting up ono of the steadiest games of his carcor this year at centre. ? John Artz, right guard, is playing | this position for tho first time. Ho j Ktafted In tho first game of the season 1 at end, but was injured, and waa kept out of tho succeeding games. He is; playing guard In Winston's place, who 1 lias been shifted to tackle on account j of the absence of Big Cooke. Artz Is twenty yoars of ago, flvo feet eleven inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. Winston, right tackle, la playing his second year on the team. All the sea-1 son he has been at guard, but for this game he will plav tackle. G. O. Selfert, right end, is playing his second year on tho tpam. He Is twenty-two years of "age, five feet eight inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. C. E. VanBrocklln la playing his sec ond year. He Is twenty-three years' of ago. flvo feet three Inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. W. W. Rlddlck, right half. Is play ing his second year. Ho is one of tho best defensive backs on the team, as well as being a good ground gainer on tho offensive. He Is twenty years old, nix feet two Inches tall and weighs 182 pounds. W, F. Townsend, left 'half. Is play ing his first year. Ho came from River side Academy, and madfc good on tho jump. He is a good drop kicker and punter, and also Is a good ground galnor when carrying the ball. He Is twenty years old. flvo feet eleven Inches tajl and weighs 160 pounds. P. G. Tenny, full back. This Is Ton ny's second year on tho team. Ho Is twenty-one years old, five feet ten inches tall and weighs 190 pounds. Tenny was conceded to be tho' best full back In tho South last yoar, and he has been living up to his reputa tion this year. The entire student body marched down to tho station to give the te&m a send off last night. The spoclal train carrying the. students loft to-night. Ooaoh Hegarty In speaking of tho game last night, said: "We are going to Norfolk with the Intention of beat ing Washington and Leo. We bel evo we have a better team, but if the Gen erals win we aro ready to concede thai they have outplayed us. Our boys aro ready for the game of their lives. They aro trained to the mlnuto, and whilo we fire not expecting .a wiUk^ver, wo aro confident of victory.'' GENERALS AND AGGIES REM* FOR THE FRAY Both Squads Kesting In Norfolk After Hard Pructlco for To-Day's Gridiron Battle. COACHES BOTH CONFIDENT Kk-ock ami llegarfy Smilingly Pre dict Victory for Their BcKpeetive Teams?Several Changes to Be Made in the Line-Up. NOKFUIiK, VA., November 25.?Su premo confidence In tho outcome rclgnod in the camps of the Washing- j ton and Leo Generals and North Caro- ! llrtin Aggies as they rested on their1 arms to-night preparatory to their an nual gridiron struggle at League Park to.morrow afternoon. Reflecting that confidence were the betting oddB cur rent among the football dopesters of the city last night. Even money watt ( tho rule, though 110 large sums had. ; been wagered either one way or tho 1 other. | Followers of the sport were uno.nl | movjs In predicting to-night that the clash to-morrow would brine out un- i other hard-fought game. Both Coaoh Elcock, of the CnoralH, and Hagerty, of the AggleH, smilingly predicted a victory for their respective elevens. While both teams are In perfect con dition, there will be two small changes In both line-ups. Izard will play at right end for Washington und Lee. re placing Simms, who Is on the Injured Hut it Is more than probable that I Hlmms will get Into tho fray before the final whistle. "Humps" Turner, one of the Aggies' regular guards all sea son, will be out of the fracas. Neither of these substitutions are. apt to hurt the chances of the teams, as their po sitions are well cared for. Tho Agricultural and Mechanical ca det corps with Its crack band will nr rlvo In Norfolk early In the morning on a special train. Ily noon the streets will bo tilled with the gray-coated ca dets, the Inside of their red coats thrown back, pennants flung to the I breeze, red and white njid blue and j white arm bands on half the sleeves , and Chrysanthemums at every woman's corsage. In charge of Coach Elcocl:. the for mer Dartmouth star. Manager S. O. Latighlln. Jr., Assistant Managers S. P. ,Cohn nnj It. B. McDougal, Dr. John If. ! Pollard, faculty athletic director, tho Washington and Leo squad arrived early this mornlnc and registered at the Lynn|iaven Hotel. Tho gridiron 1 warriors wore taken to Virginia Beach j about noon for a final signal drill. I The Aggies, with Coach Hagorty, of Georgetown; Mike Martin, trainer; I Manager Helzer and Assistant Mnnr.Rer Hill, Faculty Athletic Director Rlddick fin charge, "reached here.late yesterday afternoon from Elizabeth City, where | they put on the finishing touches for the game In a lightning-like signal I practice. They are registered at tho I Fairfax Hotol. The teams will line up as follows: Washington and Lee?Seeley, left end; I Shultz, left tackle; Dingwall, loft guard; Plerrottl, centre; Scarry, right guard; Miles, right tackle; Iaard. right ; end; Donahue, quarterback, ana Cap 1 tain Young, left half back; Sweetland, I right half back; Beuhring, full back. Agricultural and Mechanical?Mc Dougall, left end; Winston, left tackle; Protllt, left gunrd; Flyler, centre and captain; Young, right guard; Cook, 1 right tackle; Siefert, right end; Van Brocklin, quarter back: Townsend, left half back; Rlddick, right half baolt; Tennoy, full back. Ofllclals?Maxwell, Swarthmoro. ref ] eree; O'Riley, Georgetown, umpiro, and 1 Gass, " Lehigh, head linesman. SOUTHERN ELEVENS WILL BUTTLE THIS AFTERNOON Probably the Moet' Important Con test Is That Between Virginia and North Carolina. OTHER GAMES IN SPOTLIGHT Washington and Lee vb. North Caro lina Aggies at Norfolk, V. P. I. r?. V. M. I. at Roanoke, and Vander bilt vn. Hewanee at Nashville. Two elevens undefeated by any Southern football team this season? Virginia and North Carolina?will meet at Richmond to-morrow In what la expected to be one of tho beat grid Iron struggles of the year In South. North Carolina ha?. won all Its games thus far while Virginia's only defeat was at the hands of Yale. Both have defeated Vandcrbllt. Virginia maklnn the better showing. Few critics. how ever, have cared to hazard a guess as to the outcome of to-morrow's clash. Other games attracting much atten tion aro those between Washington and L.e? and North Carolina Agricul tural and Mechanical, ut Norfolk; Tpnuessoo and Kentucky State, at ICnoxvllle; Vandcrbllt and Sewanee. at Nashville, ar.d Georgia Tech. and Clem son, at Atlanta. All of the opponents aro traditional rivals. Texas will meet Wabash, at Austin, In the chief Intersectlonal gamo of tho day. Texas Is favored to win. Other Southern games to-morrow In clude: Mississippi vs. Texas A. and II., at Uenumont, Texas. Virginia Polytechnic Institute vs. Virginia Military Institute, at Roanoke, Va. Louisiana Stato ve. Tulanc, at Now Orleans. Alabama ve. Mississippi A. and M., at Illrmlngham. Chattanooga vh. Cumberland, at Chat tanooga. Wofford vs. Nowberry, at Spartan burg, S. C. J , WESTPORT QUAK TBK SUBS. ?/Vr ? CBNTS Correct cut-away shape to satisfy fashion's edict and the Easy-Tie-Slide-Space to satisfy comfort and convenience, found In all United Shirt & Collar Co., Troy, N.Y. Mmtort </ LION SHtK TS, ti jo t? t;joo ? Tfie boiis- are dvop : ring in mis &? 0 sail 4 noma o(k over the new op-pieces' Glad To SeQ~tou (Get owe d cm 4 "/Teasers'&-moop it up! Free! Hat Bands in Vav &- Camilla colors.