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Tigers Defeat Indians?Techs Once More Beat Cadets
CADETS ABE DEFEATED
AFTER FREAKISH GAME
Itlut'k^burg Twlis Win I'lfAeciil li
<'ouhcc-uI ivn TliHiiks^i\inj; Day
<'oiiAcsi?Many Thrills.
M OIU-; ON KMOVIOKKIJ Kl Mlil.KS
Kali and llurlM-liey l-'mli Komp
Ninety Yards Aftw Securing Hall
Near (Ann final?Kit liinoml llo.is
I'laj?Srore, *?S;{ to I I.
II'.'A.N1 'K I'l, V.\., Novemlirr :;o
S'Alliil I'Ol.'. t 111 ?? InKtilllte W Oil Ii
T III **i\ill(* I >;i\ iopthall ^.1111 ??
\ iryinia Milit.u\ Institute to-dn\. j:j
?> ! i. making a record ?>r iHl.-i:
Irv'ulit . tiliu;? 1 victories' o\?r i'k
? ' \
1'iff.ik |>l?>^ Mini ilii ill'- f ? ? 111 ?? sp<c
'??tors Hvic an<l, when the
lin.il whistle Idew. tin T? cAis had ad
xjoivd the hall to within a yard i?f
the < ail'ts' U".*l f.i| .uiotli'-r touch -
'low ii Xelth**r team scuroi) in tin* first
period
I.ally tn she second. after Yirjjmia
?Military Inni inn.- had advanced the
!?*I? nearly to the. Tech* goal line, the
pigskin was fumble*!, wwJ Hall. I' ft
ta?~l;l?* for she Tech. 'tiaUlu'O it up
at") da ^hed dtuvn tin- field ninet> yard
for a touchdown ,\ few minutes later
'he V. M i players attain fumbled. and
^ '? nicer carried it seventy-li v. vard:'
(<? > not tier I oti<-lido'.Vli for lh>> Techs
\sn in in tlt?* same ->eriod the fink'
? a-. repeated, thi?. tim?- I>> tin- Te. lis.
mid (.'oodinan carried the ii,,ll sixteen
? ar?ix to a touchdown for the t'adet.?.
The same thin*,' happened in I ho third
l'?:i iod. u hen Herts. !>??> added another
t'ttl'-hdotvn to th* t'adets' dure, after
a dash of nliietv vnrd.i, and kicked
c *1.
Penalties were (l nine r??us throughout
'lie same, neither : ?? a i idayint: to
; ortn Although niitHfl^lu-rt more than
' e ii (toil nd? lo the man. I he. V. M. I.
'"h'ii hat I led ilc:i|ici iiti'lv ? :t everv
|?e;iiifj XAie field w ,i> ;i little illl|i|r| v,
and ?hi!t th. 'I ? t ?i?- ad v,i nla ijc
because <>f their tuii'Tlor weiKhl Tin
' ath-ia pained iui.t as nun li :?. the
Techs on forward passe.- against .<
'rtitiK v.itid. tli<* he:'f iKltinp twenty
live sards.
K?>r the < "udel -. t'aptain \ elms and
' oK-dnian. itait. Steel wind Kerts-.-ltey
? tarred, w hile Hall. Yoijniret lledd and
.tffe- |da> <? <I an ? ? . 11.-tit cam.- f..r
Tech. Iledd ;< line plunge* and Hull-!'
all-round work were features of tin
AlllC.
? I ?? ? ? 1 # f I ? |
? II
11 ?? t?r j?s 111 \ ?u* t ?? > n 11 ii u 11? *11.s
'?ii ...red o the i;rot)iid.<. -Ie?l (>;.
rcsfte.tivi hand'.
-nilihl lite t u'( tea'n. v. <? v :!.e
?>f the tnana^"1 ,ieni of local
le, i ll' i .id'-l and oliier > :>? it? ? r?
f'.i .'le :..|||C . id-. I tile T.iali;. -
" dai ? e i :>? "i |.. ii'ic- i.i
I- ' A'.. ?: on V >i. I
re^ory I.. , tioodinan
I- T . . stoej,
' ' ? I ?? ' Hawkins
!' AIoolc ?. N't* I ma
'i.ill
r Mo.
t< a|italn i
Whiulo
A> ' S. Hawkins
I' .i i>l a lo I
<-?; "V ,' IJ. ;? Mai shall
i>d en
'!???? C M
. . . I" l:
<; ra \
Uerti hev
.. .. {': ai I.-, J.V/.r;
KltRh-h,
V..HIi?L'a . Vouehtlniviw- Half.
- '(?f ?...^ fi .ni It*-k?i s'uniii.fr
' '<? !"u 'i -Votiuijer l.an
> -v , ? .-cjrhis: T.iu. Into as
i;"1 H?rt? !'?:? '5f.nl from i..u, ht(..<. t.
. i,V V ' . V 1 'Ultotitutloil.?
i.ill i<>uh.?i .ri. ? alnc.i ::etia?i V.ir l*u..K
it' ?. l' ' V'1 11..ueii r..i
n? * iV for Kehi *r. Hummer
!'?? Til. Him. Mrint?r fo? tlnlne
>?ii fur Huinmervtlle. V :.| I.?Whltt for
? sal'l' - 'V \\!iii. (iri, Villi v u I,.
, '? Alintkllui, Ro*>?rdeall for .M.,r
'n-,:! SlhcslHn .'or V?*| n l.ea.'li for
' t,i '? !?' ,fl.cl>il?? Reteree (..inkforo
1 ??'??/? ? ??'T??r ?\ Sh.? fr.?t I. < N* ?\ ? ?
RUlot's (\ | i , i Jui** ??f j?-rM?u
' Mtcr.tlaif <*
MARATHON*A SUCCESS
I'eternhurc \. M. \. Mnars Inirri-si
Iti^ Uuu iu W liii-h llnni 'I'nke I'nri.
I'rhfs \ ar.leu il.t- \\ Inttrrs.
f.^A'e to Tile Tittle*-1 tispa tell f
, ' i'. i I.I;_SHI III*. \ a Nuveinlivr -
' ?? > ,\. ,\. mar.illioli rai-tr. v\'il;i
M%f:t J Iiune nn'-li a.lii Inc. M.llilll;
? i u n ?Ii i^ mO!;ii:i^. The -tan was
? Jdc ou_Tal.il St:e't ..ini the finish v. a.v
?it the ^ Mi" A. building on i'tiion
Si reel. A iari;c vruwd witnessed both
I lie Jislatici' run \\ a^ liirei- ami .. ha!:
i ile.s. and the time L'n ininuu--' 1 :j
- fcotnl?.
Thi xe-.n Willi.01.- -i. win.: |nii:..s
> ere av.-.r.i-d were a.? follnv. K.-st.
?i. t *. i "handler, silver loving eup; s^e
? ?njJ, \\ . II. Sv limb , line sweater third
?tojreph Bellir.ser. foidinij kodak; fourth!
William M<l Ma rin Id. '"silU scurf fifth
.1 A.. Huniplules. watch: sixtli. Clyde
I ipton. V. M. i". a ined.il: .seventi).
Mitchell How man, running; shoes..
The prises \vr. contributed hy dif
? "eiit merchants, and were presented
by Wallace P. Ailanks.
i:mi:iiv a m? iicmiv wins
I "It O M KIM. ("OI.I.ICliK i:i.i;\ KN
! .Special to The Times-ilispatch |
??'.!: 1ST* ?l.. \"A.| Xo\ cinbor ao.? Willi
two touchdowns ami a kuuI to l-^iiery
ami Henry" credit, the Virginia Metli
oi|i:;t school won from ihv A\in}{ t'ol
Aetje A're =b;. loriiji.r. of CriiUol. in to
days l."l to ?. Ivintf struKPrled
?".'.iifullx bill w a: tillable lo break
?'h-jukIi the \ initoj-s" line. A record
? rn %v? wit lies.sod tiie co.ilest. itOO t*oin
iii;j from I0nier\ on a special train.
At the toiirnainent held at the l"ni
N.-r.-'al Alleys in Hopewell yesterda v
ih- following scoreti were made:
X> orrpll.s.
A :! ::
lltirsi . o f.11 -;
Hrenl Iiiv ;i^- mo
II ml nail. 11;; |;; \ j j'-.
J!itss ???' 1<>.N lu-' I OP
Worrell 11';; |-j; i j?
?'?(i- IT oic i.Tu;,
ACicew.
a "J :s
AJii-e II" 117
.1 .1. Worrell no I 'S
S. Hrown | n;i if;<;
Tyndatl II| !:!
l' Hording' n;i i-.-r, <i.j
."..Mi .".07 .?.SS--I.735
*M-li tilrrs.
I L' a
S' liU.vler in*i s<i 7s
Thompson Ill | in; | | ??
'*"!,;ls l?" a?>:: ii".
inrdfns 13!* si in::
Schiller lis li'-; 117
I'l-a 5ft I 555?I.SS4
A ":irler?.
J "
W iley Ofi lift | | i
I. farter 10S 10 T !I7
!?* Hording Kill <i7 101
Hurpress 07 s.s on
C. I'artei' MS 131 00
iso 5aa
tiro trim,
a n
.1 Harding 105 0- 00
({.-isr.ella ?. 01 1 j-j ;?3
N'autann 01 85 IU7
Heera S7 OS 10/
Hrown 11 n 12"J 00
' ,, ASA 510 507? 1.510
The rollov.iitB; pri"/.e? we.e awarded-"
Kirst team, Worrells, 515; second team,
Uices, $10; third team. Schtjlcrs, ijj.
IliKli score. I* Hurst, S3: liiKli Hveraee.
1\. Schuler. $3; most striken. A Hud
wall, 12; ntosl spares, l.\ Worrell, $2.
Stars of North Carolina Eleven
kom;i;h.
TIGERS BEAT INDIANS
TAKE RACE LEADERSHIP
BY OUTPLAYING OPPONENTS
\\ IIILimaliuri; Klrtrn lluit llnii Our
CliHiirf l?? Hi'iirr?nrld t.oul Kliilril.
llcwleii iii All Department.*.
Standing of 1 cams
Won. l.onl. IV l.
Iln in jiilen Ill nr ? l>( I l; .7M?
II li'li i?M?iirl (oilier U', I'- .TOO
llnndnlnli-tlncoii I'. It1,
WJIIIntti will Murj . I '? I'j
; .-'|ii>? ia 1 1.1 Tin Tom . -1 >i - t?at ? Ii |
.N??I: |?*? ? i,k \-,\ _ November r;??
? ? t?-t? tin !>?-?? !???.?-?? t cm nf w iiiiiii? from
Will,;,hi am! .Mar;. ?.i losing ill <li.Mli-,
f"' !?" lli.ill title of till' Kat-ter.i
Virginia liitfi. oHcgiatu As. o<-i;tl iuli,
tli- I lampdeit-Sidio- v Tigers solved il
by registering :? P-to-o v i,t orv at
!-? i>s:m I'arl. l|u ? afternoon
Tli?- came wa. n?il as ? a.- t he
? .-.i.- w <mlil noli. at... for tii. Williams
burg 111? 1 i;i11 ii... or 11a? I a rliaiivi .
TIl'V llilll ol!'' opportunist to S.'o|.-, 1.1||
til!- ua- tlirov. II t. ? III. w i nil- when
[ Fetllres* 11 :???! a field I from the
t.we?it\-live-yard line in the fourth
? tu:i rt<" r. aftei the W Ilium ami Mary
? i'l ha i U I.ol i tiri<o| t li#* I? 11 from
'? '? 11 iii it is own territory
11 a .i. p'li n -Sidney on t rich' il am! out
? i a _? > <1 .11ia n a III] .\l a i ? \ n i-vi r; <1 ? - J
p.. :~t ill lit of the game ? 11 !| t he c.\ - I
. emio. nf limit inc. \% iicti ?* J i out-)
? t!?'at. I- Warren ? ? it evcrv e\
? !i:i v .
II n.: -v-:ilin \ n;adc tliirtevn Mr?-; i
? .owi: to Willi. ..i ui'l Mary's live, j
11 ? ?'. tin- I. ill "loin ? i' i 1:1 ii i.-* 14?- 11, |
:? ai <L ttii. |i> ilis. The vi.-tor
!hi.i tv.i f . v. aril | ia ? -4 iitUmpt.
pood ihotmii om i.f th-iii 'li<i not re- 1
suit in tiny gain. Tii ft WiliittiitsburtfcrM 1
irifl f. nr forward parse*. but .:?? ei v
>:if in. ill fi-l I to r?.?- t.:..1111.1 in- !
??""?ail of in litis arms of ^ William ami
Mary |iUiy?r. The line-up
The line-up:
\? . A- M. l'osi .on 11 -H
Ma'Ido.N . . . I.. . . Win i .ii
r.?l\v:tril . I.f. I'orter
iarliei I. ; S.ott
' 1 c?|.i i . i' .. i ;.Ue?|.i??
op>>land . . j*. . \ Her,
Beed It, r... \damt>
>iiiiir.;.T - II: I Warren
?*e:itres> ?,? K.u-apt.i Tliurman
'.p?>cc I,, il Huddle '
.'V:s,: . . . C. H I'almoro !
''-?lit ? I'. B Ol isj,
Si'Oii; |?.v periods
William ami Alar; ii n n n o
Mamixl.'ii-Si'lu. > .; ii ij >i
.Summary Touchdov.ii? l.amort. Field
:joal ? i or lor .Substitutions- - Hunipdeti
Sidn.y. i.yj,. is.ri. r, II :/.iir .'or!
Vilnius, i iiiob l.j for i. William I
unci Mary, none. OflicinltS?McGiilrc,
(Harvard), referee; Cutty (Davidsonj. I
Umpire: boj no ( D.'.vidKon). head llneis
niati 'I' ;n> <?; niiurier:-.. 1.'. u.mules.
VIRGINIA UNION
? ulnreil lib-vein, Majji. 111.1 Hnlllr at
llovr.v I'ii rl*?I.lneoln l)rfnttnt lij
Ncore of l.'i to II.
Sluhhnrnl\ contest mu each ineh of,
ground. Lincoln University succumbed i
to ih,- faster and mort* versatile ??l->v?-n
j of \*irginia Union here yesterday, to
; the tune ot" 13 to 0. The tight, on the ,
whole, w as one of the toughest ever
witnessed on llovey Field. Lincoln's
? (?'termination to win seemed to double
itself in each succeeding <iuarter. Some '
of her most brilliant efforts were 1
staged in the very last minutes of
, play.
Iloiii ot L nion's touchdowns were
made m the lirst half. The lirst was
.scored in the initial quarter. Archer
and Uncles repeatedly toed the pigskin
**? 111 and downrtcbi for their respective
elevens. ICach time, however, llucles's
toe evidenced the superior iil.ility, ami
the Union combine slowly crept to
waul Lincoln's goal line. When the
la iter's thirty-yard line was reached.
11 ueles essayed a successful pass to
?lacks;on. who bolted away for the lirst
touchdown. Lincoln, in the next quar
ter, finding her opponents' line impreg
nable. attempted a forward pass from
(Chamberlain to liamngariner, but
Bowie appropriated the pigskin and
crossed the goal line.
Summary; Touchdowns?Jackson and
Howie. Goal from touchdown?Mucles.
Ucferee?Hunt, of Lynchburg. Umpire
?Carper, of Un hmond. Mend linesman
Marco, of Hampton.
, 101)1)1 K ItM'KK.MIAt KiOK WINS I
TITI.K OK "<11A MI?IO.\ DltlVKIt" ]
LC?S A N't. KLI-'S, t.'AL., Xovcnilici' :;o.
Kddie. Itickeiibarkcr won the Ian-mile
"championship award sweepstakes"'
race on the one-mile paved Ascot
speedway, the filial event in the Amel
lean Automobile Association's contest |
for $13,500 in pri/.es and the title of
"ehiimpiou driver of America." Hick
j etiba, 'Iter's time was li: 1 ;l: I
t'ooper was second. I'ullen third and!
? Uuckstell foutlh. t'ooper ran out or'
gasoline half a mile from the linlsh.
bill coasted to the tape.
I iiickenbacker's average for his 150
turns around the mile track was 67.51
(miles an hour; t'ooper, with tit;.01. and
I'ullen. with fit!.til, pressed him closely. ,
Five of the twelve starters were forced
out of the race by mechanical trouble, j
the remaining four being flagged when
I'ullen secured third place. Illicit- ;
stoll, Moosie. Vail and Toft finished
. as nttmed.
' MA \ VII. I.K Ul?;il I.OSKS TO
(HtKHNsitoito >1 Kill i;i.i;\i:n
|.Special to The Times-! tispatch. |
UAXVILLK. VA? November :t0.?
' Greensboro High School defeated l)an
1 ville High School, 7 to t>. here this
| afternoon. Oanville scored iti the lirst
j three minutes* of play, but failed to
| kick goal. Greensboro scored in the
second uuarter. and put the pigskin
across I he bar. Thereafter play was
mostly in miuncld.
BROWN GIN M10PK
COLGATE HAS EASY TASK
RUNNING UP LARGE SCORE
i iiDiiyrnr of \ nl" n ml lli?r\urd U Oii(
t'liiHKnl \\ lien * I'lrs.vr* ( o\rr
I'ollnrd?\ndrr?v)i vl?ov?* >klll.
IM \ l< KKVSMI I).
I ? 1 :? ?\ I IJ. u. I . November :;n
1 "liiiit" I11111<I<<I Crown .1 Imil beating
ltei<- ibis aft-: noon. Th- I'tii.il <'?unl
u.? - '_'S !<< ? Tho game was pla\oil, for
the 111 ? 1 part. in iltc i.'imi. lb" cut if"
hi'vikI ball taking place :?? a dowo
I >*.< 111.
< 'Il< I <?t??" 11?I ? > w |, v\ .1 s IUJI<i* <11 eac'l
<ittarl<-i. \ nilcrsi'ii, .Wilson. llubbol!
?it. <1 \\ < . I -? ? ? 1 11? III <i;<|o: \\'<-si Uiik
< i 111 < foul v < ?;< Is .itlii' lli<~ lotieh
<1< \\ ti
A mid sou. Mulil<< II. Spen<'< . ;. 1 > < I iSil
l<? njr< ilir<"^li lie Isinwii lino ;<n<l
.1<<<UI1<I I h<- < ml,. almost .?? will Kinbl.
<? I'.ro.vn did., .-lie I<i <l<< little t ? <
?li-ni tin* ii<lf. and it was evident aft?-r
lb< tirst !? v. minutes of |> l.i \ 1 It it t lloh
mi: on' hi' n w ?-.-?? in for a waliopittu
I*<?!litr?l could not m>t sturtod. I'ol
- it' coveted )u III from the very be
lining N? . t li < ? t I'uulil .1 emu 11. Mill
b<<U:;< ? I * 1J1 ? J> <lo any collM:? I < 11;
tr ? <.u vol - Kaii' i ? ? l
i !;? ?'<>lual< loam was .< lower <?:
s iinutli. .< 1 j< i tin ir l.;i. <{? .1 v<rii.ti)i<
lot!" i! atta< k. It ?;i? i:ii:iM.?hil?l<
t ? ? 11 wliai K i mi of a plan A uderso!.
would ? 11 f..r :.<?.<I II.' aii.vtl tut
1 - strong l..i< |<111 n;.'1 n^ iHn<k v. itli
A ;i I'll pas:- ?. < ? r is S-v ro.-.o* ? . slnub
am; <ioul.lt- delayed passes-. cairyini; ? h<*j
bi'l rrpiMt<'(lly Tor 111 ? - 11: < |ij i ?*<-< 1 dis-I
'a. ? <? 'iillo's line-plunging wa.- atost
? f- <-1i\ . Time lifter time lie tor
?"oil-li t'i ;? of the I'.rown lino
'<< .lain* \ ill distance froa.
I", o t<< ton >ar?lf. I.at?*r in the sam<
Hul.li.-H assumed ti. - brunt of the lin ?
attack ami was only effective.
Tbo li<terforcnri- alfor<! ?<! the i'<i
'-* a t < runner:- tli.- best of protection
l:< peatedly tiii* would-be It row 11 tack
l?-rs w<? re picked off. enabling tbo run
< r to add another five or ion yards to
'.ii"> uiMam-e. i'.rown was rushed three
to oik Mil., (lit first half ami four t.
?' t'" I4M i 1 si I J". Crown tried the
i<.'rwstitl pas..- ijvt lino- Their His;
k was completed for a live-yard sain
v. as intercepted ami- throe were
.;iK'oin|)!et ed.
1 oluate. << 11 tlo oilio< hand. tried this
u< ;:io.l ,,f advancing six ii:v;-.. The.
completed throt pass.-s for toii.l
'1' t i 1111 \ ? o 11 c< ya 1 ils. ii(i< was i n tor -
? ptml by llu.v r ami iwo w <-ro pot
.mpl tf.l. ,,.,<? of tii. pas.'os: <?..iint.il
10. a touchdown.
The play v. a- reinarkabl\ fr-<? from
1 limbics Sonic idoa of tho comparative
? .T< .is.- ..f tl.<- (oiims c::n I..- Maii:oil
ii<<.n 11.. fact t.iat foliate made .<iKh
? .11 !. 1st <u<wn? a mi II,.. I.est I'.row a
yiiubi do was to land two.
Tho In: -up follows;
'vl^ll' . I'f silion. It- r
? h.'.eil ii'.<>- , 1.' 11 ' r
Wc-i 1 v' M?r?li#.ll
llartnn I* <; liivllali*
t 'arrrtll '. ? '' . . "'mie
linoii >. ..." snrs..SUp
Ib.rntnK "< 1 |;0 ' , ... "I"""!!..
.N-'lls.i:i |.[.- Iito|>*..l !? ;< mil lit
A :i<!er.-t<n o u ' V.
- i<'n<oi- i-ri . I nr*i>
Mubbcll 1 11 ? Polli?r?l
t ;i!io ' 1* it -Iemail
Mil.-tlfjitons ' n'r',?.? ? Mililiouso
|t?n..v.a ?.... <v mi U'it.lc,
S?P??;na Wlllla 1,14. vM;.
1 v-v..i;?!JV;'h^ rorll;'!:r:
j-iH.i iu.iu,' HuVio?? h
liiie.siutia. P.-naltr.n < B?v. .ion,?. Iteatl
V ' I'J.i'!l:) M ,: %sv I'li'KIMi
I on I \>T ?.i:oi?;ia ti:? h imam
I U?" AsKni'iiued I'r
AII.AM \. 15A., Xovembcr ::c.? ?u
ourn could not stein tbo ti.lo of ts..0i- h
locl.s i.-i-l rtishiiic backs |,r.,o to-.la\"
,?iit ?' ffrueliiiK football tram'e.
1vi, ,"i'V wax. Tech tbo
' . . ''"I'tf-t with Tennessee, the
'?.?!> olhor it n?lof??;? it?d eleven in t It o
?soul a. tor premier football honors of
1 his section.
Auburn fought valiantlv from start
lo lltiish to-day. but in a liop.-|,.-?
oj'iis.'- Speme, Striipper ami Johnstoii.
loch stars, ripped up the IMainsmon'a
line or circled their ends for Ions
sa.'is- whib- tho Vellow Jackets for
wai-tl passing; generallv was success
ful.
Football Results
? t nbornily of \orth ? arolina. 7:
I tilt or*l(j of \lr?inia. (I.
I*. I.. \. 11. 1..
Ilnntpden-Siirtne.v. t?; Wlll'.iint nnrt
>lnry. U.
. <t I... -1 ; Nor'lt f'ariilliiit
A II.. ??.
Spnrnifrs t>: \ underbill. i?.
Tennessee, <1; Kentucky Stale. 0.
t niter.*)!J- of tieorRla. 'J; l tii
\ ernlty of Ainbnnm. O.
(.'eorein 'I'efli. :c;t; \ 11 hum, 7.
I'eiiunyIvnuin. UJI; < ornell.
?.ynehburft Illfih, III; \ irplnla
fOplMcopitl School, l^.
tiroonnlioro HIkIi', 7: Manvillc
tllKh. tl.
l.oorftelotTii. 171 t;e?rBr Wnnli
il?B. 7.
Kordham, III Xillniiotit. 7.
Mnryiami Mute CofloKr. .VI; .lolinw
Ilopklutt, tl.
Noire Dntnc, -III .\rhrnitkn, 0.
Mltnoiirl. i:i| Khokiim, ?.
Tranxylt anin. I.'ti I nlvrrnily of
l.otilxt ille, (I.
I nlvernity of IMllahurKli. .'lit
I'enn Slate. II.
WnMlihiKlon nod JefTernon. IU;
IClltKorN. 0.
t'olcntr, asi llrotvn, fl.
(?eorKelOTvn, -47| tJeurgn \\ nnlt
inyrlnn, 7.
Ilavldxlin, ;t,li t'lrmaon, 11,
Woltord. 0t Kurinun I'nlverslty. 7.
Kins foliese. Oi Kntory Henry
College. CI.
GENERALS HAVE TROUBLE |
CAROLINA AGGIES PROVE
UNEXPECTEDLY POWERFUL
Spwlni'litnr I'lu j n?It locked I'unl
Vi'iuunli to r Touclnlu t\%i ? l.nrKC
I rynd I'reKenl?SrorCi -I lo I).
I: .\ l.K l? 111. N iXovctulxr o*).
.M ? x i?11; forward |... . v.iili old - '.'as li- ,
? oncd Iiim IdP-king, Washington a ii'l
1.- ?? to-tlay defeated N'irlh Carolina -V
V M.. I In in t:, ir annual Tha'iU> -
?jivinu gridiron ? ittti? !??-before .<
: owil est limited .it ..linn
W.th ;? season i ;ii superior
!" tlis*t of A. ?V M . t!i- viiiorj of
\\ ashitigton iifl I."' li\ it*> iiicuiis
measured up t<? <? \ p. elat urn. a ml lie.
R ?rk for lit ? \ .i-.'Im.hi did not siam!
out as proritnvnii< A ^ M. play. :
it was Iol ivi:i'?l i... i a,.I j-.vo Idock ?
? 0 punts that enalded !lic i Jenem Iv. .
lo g'-1 within staking distance fm two1
of their toiichilow n>, tint (lining i
tiia.i'jt 11 > of tii. :;aui'. Iltc\ were held!
at lav b;. Hie t 'at oliittam .
Tlivrc \> < i ? n :;pivt acul.tr niii:, am!;
Voting. Wa.-li agt\.n and I..star
bach - lie Id m.i.:. Ii.nl 'I i til' ti! ly in L;ri>i|i??l
gaining. It wa llaleigh'M lirsf
Thank:*gn iug foi.il,.i| gain*-. the two*;
team-" I crf'tyf'Jt'i- sta~iui, ilioii annua'
liattl? ia Nortoll..
Tii' Washington ami !.? < olfeiis'' was j
centered ar"uml Voting. and. although :
lir- lint not cross 111?? 11? i? . his. Npoeil
enaI> 1 ? I Sorrell . .lohi> or. ami \V:i'lf
w "i t li t ?? ma.U? ' hem ^
Til' IllSt t Olfll'l'i w a ? ??)<' nil ll'lr
I'ouual 11 i ?-11 to punt ihmi the Wash
i tglon ami I." - i' 'I'll. | ? i nt was
liivcknl. ami W a: liinjiton and l.e?- got j
t h f hall Tins wa all 1 It-- .scoring I
done io tii lit'st 1 ? I: 'Mi straight
football III' V 11 V III 1.11- < ??? 11 i-r?' i another,
DiHl the I IIInl cam- * ii- ?! Vim:'- |iai" -
I i| to Wads w ortli, loi iii.i'Ii the touch -
<iow II
'I'll" Sp' i t a? U la t ? oi'li of I Vol..
I loin"w"oil inl Van I a o' Kliti for \ ami
M . wa.- t io- out-tandmv ! ? .ititl '' of tlo"
?: . no for the 1 ? ?? .?I. . win!, tlf w or k
of Voting "II till' otf?- |i;.' . ami loht'son
ami luni ti d? fens.-, gato t'.i" < Son -
eVal' tin* poirt-. 'i'lu :.nii'' was cleanly
|ila\'i I hroimlmut tntl\ one |i*-ttall>
was I .i II i'-* *??!. Tlifthousand people
-aw tin* alYair.
A & M. I'M I'osi I ion. \V >v 1. t'J'M
Mi-jioupal . I. K. . ... . lairkin
Itornev.ooil . .1.. T. .. ... .lohiison
l.a \vre i tee I?. c? Bryan
V\ hitak'-i I'n-rrott
Wan tiff U.C Moure
fool. i:. *r iciii. n
Ha <? m . . I: I ? ' ?ra linn
\ ? 11 Hroek iitt. . . . V H . Hagl^
M-Murray I. II.. .feapt i Yotin?
I'ir.rsou '. I;. II CtomwMl
I.e. I'M . Sorrells
Ii\' j11 rio'lr-;
W .V I.
i I
A. .M . . ."
Suintiiary: 'init ials - lieforeo. ilass. ol
I.i'liiKlt; uinjiire. llei^aitj. of <5eorg?
1'iv.n; it <*:? <1 lim>smau, ll'-n'li'i'son, ol
U'-.st \irgiuia Wcslcyun. Time of pe
t-ions. 1 a minutes each. Scot inn: \V .V.
I . touehilowns - Sorrell.. Johnson,
Wiulsfvorth. tloal front tominlown
Voting l U > Sulist it ut tons: \V. A- 1.
Belhel for Ignieo. t'rile for Cromwell,
i'axton for Sorri'iis. Wjtds wort h f?it
'"taiatn. I go'co for ll^lhel. Kchof foi
I'iixion. ??itr'lner for I'ierrolti, AilantH
for Kchoi*. Till? - "fot I'rilo. A. M,?
Spiv'-y tor Lawrence.
THANKSGIVING* HANDICAP
FEATURES GOOD RACE CARD
T\>o-\ear-Old ttouda^e Defeat* l-'a*f
f l-'ielil?lloivlr .Meeting
In CluM'd.
HOW IK. Ml i.. November 30.?Tliti
Thanksgiving hamlicap featut'i-d a goo?|
? aril, whiclt hrought to a close racing
in the 12asi at Kotvie to-tlay.
The two-year-old Bondage, which
[scored in-J^ie Consolidation handicap
| yesterday, canu- hacl; and defeated a
I t;ooil field in the feature event to-day.
I Hauherk, win fit ran -second, was the
favorite at prohibitive odds, but could
not i.oiteede the weight to the winaei.
? Mtool;s was third.
The track had dried out, ami the going
1 wtts fast. The majority of winners
wete held favorites. The association
closed its doors upon the most succes.s
| I'ul meeting in its history. Itcsults:
First i uee? sclltiiK one mile ? ilee.-a, 10>;
iCruint'l. it0.au. IT.. won; N. K. Heal.
II." iHutuelli. \i"...*ai. ??.;50. .--m iiikI ; }?-.?
lioleoti. 114 i ItotiiiiKon i. tliiril. Time,
1:4".. Sai'soti 11. tireai linlly. li-l Itmhe.
t ilaiiHClnty. Mvlilllai; Mittruml .lur>
ran.
Seeonil raee?*is .nil one-bMlf furlones
i I'rosrresslve, I ifiuuu" S'.'.t". S:'. SO. S5.10,
i nn: I'oia^frS*'! 11? ltiiiiin>niii.
?. !>o. .-miiiiI: Luhriiiirln II" i KhIII. $2.t?(l.
third. Time. I:'.'!i. \'alas. Mumitiatioii.
Vnuiis Kmhltiii). Burhuuk Itt-puhlleati also
? ran.
Third ra-c?liatniii ap. -i and one-half
turloiiKf?I an-1 as. tot t? urrolli. S t??. 10.
5ti. 10. v\on; U..i>'i> l>iiile. 110 t Hur
llnsamei. {:!.>? Sj.T". ?e.iii'l: !?llts. lOj
I' ruiatii. TO. thlrti I'm.-. 1 .loan
nlkt. Maaokln. VrientllesM, l.ortl Klt'^hertiflit
a'.so ran.
Fourth ra.t ? handli ap mile ami sixteentii
- Bomlase. too ii.'run.i)?. $s.,"i0. S::.so. U.
Kim ; Maulieri,. 1 Li i I;.a.m ..hi i. S.'i.-'o. S'J.oO,
second; UrouAle 101 i .MeDermott >. 5... |
third. Time. 1:.M Tin" .'iihill, Ketimouse,
Chrlrflle. Vermont aiso rat..
Klfth raee?mile aiul t wanly yards?
Mael;. Ill t 11m II1. 110. Jo Sii.SO. lit. 40. won;
t.*am>nnait?. Ilo tMutwolli. J."i.70. SI.50. .>??? i
ond: 11 itntlfull. lei < Hoiilusoii >. Si.'O tliiril.
Time. l .C. Pilar.mil. A son. tilhraltar.
ttepton. .Soa'liera linlil, U l.un^doa. B.
i Illilis. Ainpere. Alconrt, Hevil Fl*h also
ran.
Si:.tit race?mill* aati' n.tarter?Burglar. I
10'i i Ba' 11. .<?? I 3.-i 0 .van, l)art
v. orjli. lt?S i Si'i .1 iii?i'l>nrn i. > I-i m', t'UO.
? ?>. cini ; Millie It .Uer. Ill tltohlas* I'.'.sO.
thirfi. Time. _: 1 - Hlucliin. "one- ,
lion.ore. Aviator. MenlnparK. Il.ii.j .dsier.
Th.inkM.'ivini: Iti.ii I ted lie) ? I als<? raa. i
Seventh ia.*?one n.iit.?t.'llfl' Kie'n' 10i!
i Ur.l.tn.-iiin'. $.".1 SK- 1('. s.n 40. won: Fairy ,
l.eeenii. i Melierniott i. i'll.,"i0. IT. -see
anil. Klllcenn... il.jUel. S.S.'.'O. third
Time, t : t'i - ? Haliy l.inch. l.udy lattir, .
.Marelteuu. King Bo\. Sevilliait also run.
PASS10S AM) KIKI.I) (iOAI.S W IN
t'OII ?;i:?lH?.IA OVKIl ALABAMA1
i Hv Aimiielated 1'rebr.. I
BI i:.\l I NCill A.M. M.A.. Xovomber .'!0. |
?iJttarler-BacU Connelly's placement |
goal from the thirty-live.-yard line i
gave t'Jeorgia ti ?-to-0 victory uvcr the |
University of Alabama here to-day in I
a hard-fought football game. For-'
ward parses enabled tieurtfia to get!
within striking distance of Ala'oamr.'s >
Suit I.
Holiday Neckwear
In wonderfttl, attractive, rich silks, in
stripes, figures, plaids, Persians, our
stasorIntents are. now complete.
I'rleem -Se lo fl.iV).
Horace S. Wright Co.
STREETS DE RICHMOND
I'hIc lllue and While Colors Are
Triumphant for First
Time in Years.
CKIiUUKATIO.V IS YOClFFItOl S
Down Homers <>allier About "Old
Man" Tandy. Father of Carolina'*
Captain, ami Cheer Knthusiasti
cull>?Mnii,v Family (iallirrinjjs.
The Thanksgiving spirit in Kiih
tnoitd reached ils glorious climax yes
t*:iila> uftcri n soon aMi r the ref-re-'
::t l(ro?d Street I'ark t? I ? w I'iu linal
whistle, when " 11 ?? Kldei Tamlv public
ly <1 ItK sturdv warrior??sani. in
u spoulan?our outburst of parental
pi j <t t- ,tiul sa i isf.oi leu .ind Hie ? 11???i
.sands of liolida) - make' tiled in j * ? > fill
or mournful pri.ci-axlon. just as the
ease might :t wai ? II> Ihrntlgli tin*
cit \.
t "onspietious in Hie line. which !<"? f t
111 o sidewalk to a s?-a >>f vhrysanthe
mums and edg?d its way. vehicular!)
tin<l ?>> fool, ox or I In* cobblestones, ?ns
a pure whit* autoiiiobib. en parisom-d
in lh? I? Iii*? and whil? of Carolina. ami
carrying Hie anointed leader of tins
victorious I low nliomet s. l.ik< a Caesar
moving I riumpha hi I y tliroucli the cap
i tit I city of a comiuered province. Iiut
wilh intinit?"'l\ morn noise ami display,
he rod" haughti1> down the main thor
ouulifxri of Virginia's iiip|ro|inlin. now
and then stoppiuu the oar to lewd in (in
outburst of i iitlimiasm.
Trailing behind, in single Me and
i/i loekstep fashion. iliorc came the
whoopers-up for Carolina, and there
is net a doctor in the world who would
give IIk^i' youths weak-lung certifi
cates. The 111iiami While had tri
umphed after in.tin suceessive defeats,
and the Tarheel lads didn't l"t slip an
opportunity In shout it to the HraiiK|%
utid Itlu- supporters on tlt?? sidewalk.
The> had the true .spirit of Thanksgiv
i ti nr.
VK TOIIS PAHA III-: < IT)
WITIt lillliAT Kh l llt SI \S>|
Tlo strc-t cars and waiting taxis
<iuickl) lille.d as the ciiorutiius holi-,
day crowd llled out of tlo* foolbull park.
Thousands ami thousands of Itichmond
crs and visitors took to tlo- sidewalk
ami walked down iiroad Street east
wurdly. Sotnr of the crowd turned in
toward tin* residential section of the
city, but. for the most part, it formed
an unbroken parade from the football
arena to Murphy's Motel, where the
I .lowniioinors again gave vent to uu- j
spent enthusiasm.
Moving leisurely, but without hin
drance. the parade found no occasion
to halt its march until it reached ihe
< ow nlnw n section at Seventh and Hroad
Streets, when it encountered the tide
sroing- westward from the theater zone.
Ilere the crowd came to a standstill j
for a space of a minute, or two. when'
the tratlic ollii-er took a hand and ad- i
justed things.
'I he sidewalk crowd, though gen- i
erously interspersed w itIt a part of the
'Carolina contingent, was ft>r the most;
part Virginian, and took good-humor
edly the witty thrusts of their ancient j
rivals marching along the collide j
stones. It was the chance of a llfe
| time to jeer affectionately at the con
| iiuered foe mi the main thoroughfare
! of his own capital city. Things had
i gone Carolina's way. and it was a
I time to flout Carolina's prowess.
j CI.A \S MI ST*-:It AIIOI M)
MAN" TAMn
At Murphy's Hotel, which the Down
| homers make their capital while in
! Richmond. the victorious visitors
packed the lobby. Still enthusiastic,
despite Herculean efforts at destroying
[ the peace of the city on the way down,
j the clans clustered around the lOlder
|
Hood-by Autumn and Autumn Sports!
Winter Is Here. Bringing Its Own
Outdoor Diversions and Requiring the
Proper Clotlu-s to 10njoy Them.
From Caps and Mackinaw's to Hosiery
And Footgiar. Our Sporting Hoods
Department I.-a Model of Preparedness, i
CUl THIS OUT
(11.11 I.I sII ItKtllM-: l-'Oll t'A
'I' A It it II A I. IIKA l-'N I'JSS \M>
hi:ai? \oisi:s.
If you know some one w ho is trou- !
bled with head noises, or Catarrhal
Deafness, cut out this formula, .tint ?
hand it to th.-m. and you will have
been the means of saving some poor
sufferer perhaps from total deafness,
decent experiments have proved con -
elusive!) that Catairhal Deafness, head
noises, etc., were the direct cause of
consultutiotia 1 disease, and that salve*, 1
sprays, inhaled*. etc., merely tenipori;;<
wilh the complaint and seldom, if ever,
effect a permanent cure. This being
-so. much lime and money has been
spent of late by a noted .specialist In
perfecting n pure, gentle, yet effective j
tonic that would quickly dispel all
traces of the catarrhal poison from the
system. The effective prescription j
which was eventually formulated, and
which has aroused the belief that ileal - >
ness will soon be extinct. Is given i
below in understandable form, so thui [
any one can treat themselves in thOli :
own home at little expense.
Secure from your dtuggist I oz. Par
mini (Double Strength), about 75c
worth. Take this home and add to it
|iint of hot water and I or., of gran
ulated sugar, slir until dissolved.
Take one lalile.spoonful four limes a
da
The first dose should begin to re
lieve the distressing head noises, head
ache. dullness, cloudy thinking, etc.. i
while the hearing rapidly returns as J
the system is invigorated by the tonic j
action of the treatment. I.oss of smell
and mucus dropping In the back of the
throat, are other symptoms that show '
tho presence of catarrhal poison, and j
which are/often entirely overcome by I
this cMcuciouti treatment. Nearly |
ninety per cent of all ear troubles are'
directly caused by catarrh: therefore, j
there must be many people whose j
hearing can be. restored by this simple i
home treatment.
I'lvery person who Is troubled with I
head noises, catarrhal deafness, or ca
tuttdi in any form, should give thla
prescription a trial.?Adv.
Tninly, fat Iter of ''itroliiia'.? ? it |?<it iri .m, 1 (
vxliant center. li<> led in (In- f;tv -it? ?
yells of the Tarheel utiivei -it;. ami
riil^iMl llir tune for the ({ilricll'' songs
of th* Old Nnrth Slate. Now and Hi*"1 .
the ho.vs wntilil yell for Tandy. uihI j'i
.?ftorw a rds would cheer enthusiastica!
ly for "the "10 in.in."
The celebration yeatcrila} of Thanks
K^ving wa< one of the most general
Unit tlio i-ity lias It now n in years.
Kvon while the 14.000 Virginians
ami North ?'arulinians were wit
nossins the football classic in
Rruiid Street Park, ilino was it con- 1
tiiiiioiis pro.-cs: ion ? f holiday-makers
on Broad St'ci In the tiiorninu the
services al ??htuvSi ? r- atlcinli'il hy ?
n n USD.'i I Is nuriuatioiis. The!
usual distributions were ma<ie hy the!
cliarit le>. though. with u-noral employ
niont. the demand was less than in
foi mor \ ??ars.
PITTSBURGH VICTORIOUS
I'enn Mnfe l?iilcln?*rcl Itj llrnilrr Tram.
Iluiii of t'orij-rlKht nml Seventy
*l\ > nrd* feature?Score. Jit to O.
I'I'I'TS11|" U? ?l I. November :wi. The
football mohmiii closed here In-day with
victory for the t'ulvcr.dty of I'itts
hurgh over I'cnn State hy a score of
?! I to 0. Only in the lasi quarter <11?I j
t lie visitor: seem able to cope with
the varied attack of Pitt. anil, in that
period. ill'"y succeeded In holding the i
line smashes as well a* Intercept itig
the forwaril passes of the ISlue and ,
? Sold.
I*i11shurgii scored nine point -. in the .
tlrs-t period, the. first score being a i
liehl gonl from placement jit the I
twelve-yard line l>\ Andy I last ing". I
.\ little while later, on .i forward pass |
front Hastings to llarroti, the latter
' ran forty-eight yards for .i touch
down. hut Hustings failed a goal. In
the second period Hastings again
: hooted lh?- hall over the goal, this
time from the t hirty-four-y ard lino.
Two tptlehdowns were scored, hut I'eek
land Hustings failed al coal
The tlrst touchdown was on a fine
run of seventy-live yards hy Hastings.
, :i ikI t lie other on a forward pass front
' Hastings to Oehart, the latter running
; thirty yards for a score. I
The litst touchdown came in the
I third p'-rlod. and was mainly secured
through the line plunginc of iSougler.
who had repiHced Hastings, although
) Mcl.aren was the one to he sent over
i from the one-yard line, ilougler kicked
' goal.
You men with fallen arches. ^
;V corns ami bunions, have you 5
iS tried our v
KING KUMF0RT
SHOES
KOR
| Comfort? |
h Other Rood Shoes all I lit;
way from .$4.50 to $10.00. ^
i Chas. A. Brown f1
\ Co., Inc. \
^ Hast Main Street. ^
? Agents for the Xettleton Shoe. Ll
\ C>
^///A\V\\W///##//i\\ll\H\W
PENNSYLVANIA COMES BACK
AND DEFEATS CORNELL TEAM
Uml.er I'orvwirdn Hr*pou*li>lr In (?rrnt
Measure lor Victor;?llliivkrd
l\U>k? Ar? ( o>ll?.
; Uy Ajisuvlulol I
PMIIiAltKU'lllA. November .
Aflu :m interval of three years, the
I'niversity of Pennsylvania returned
t?> the winning end of the score u> tlio
annual Thanksgiving 1 >tiy game here
to-day. defeating Oyvnell before .1
holiday crowd. which taxed the cap.?
?-?t\ of KranKlin Kield, U3 to :i Penn
sylvania outplayed its riiaN in <;verv
department of the k;iiii>\ The Cornell
line was utiitlil ? to hotel the rushing
Qn>ike>- forwards, ami two <>f Penn
sylvania's three touchdowns came an
the result of blocked kicks.
A poor kick-off by Matthews, the
Pennsylvania. captain, enabled Cornell
to get within scoring distance early In
the game. when Qua rt er- Hack Shiv
ertck made t'ornell's only tt)Hy with ?
drop-kick front the thirt\-eight-yard
line. I'einisylvaiila scored a touch
down in the sani<' period, and in the
no\t period, standing near the side
lines. KitII-Hack Merry dropped a goal
from the ticbl from tlte I wcuty-three
yard mark.
IVtinsyKama's other two touchdown.!
i ante in the third period.
1.1 M lllll lt(. UK.II CI.OSKS
MISSION W ITH \ K TOIIV
JO** Kast Broad Sttcct
I Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
I.VN'i'llBl'lttJ. VA? November 50.?
The l.ynchburg High School to-day
closed its football season by defeating
the local Virginia Kpiscopal School for
Boys 1 ?? t<? I".
Fashionable
Rings
DIAMONDS and
PLATINUM
Tito smartest ideas in
dinner rings and fancy
settings for precious and
semi-precious stones are
found hero. Brilliant ef
fects which add to the
beauty am! lustre of the
stones.
Consult us if in doubt as
to what, to give?we cheer
fully help with sugges
tions. showing experience
and an intimate under
standing of the suitabil
ity of giflf.
We suggest an early
call?shopping in so much
better now.
? lifts will be laid aside
for you. if you so d?sirc.
ra CALIFORNIA VIA- "THE NATIONAL CftPrOl.
^
THE SMOKELESS CINDERLE8S HIGHWAY
Through Storyland to the "Path of Gold"
Epicures marvel and invalids wonder at
the culinary accomplishments aboard tho
New York-New Orleans Limited and Sunset Limited
Other Fast Daily Trains ? Well nipped
PERSONAL CONDUCTORS
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, Without Change
Washington ?New Orleans -Los Angeles?San Francisco
Send Tor booklet "The Apache Trail of Arizona"
WASLIINGTON-SL'NSET ROUTE
907 G. Main Street
Richmond, Vn.
Qr A. J. Poston, tieneral Agent, Washington, D. C.
HAD STOMACH AND KIDNEY TROUBLE
TOOK TANLAC AND WAS RELIEVED
Statement of Weil-Known Richmond Lady Clearly Dem
onstrates Power of New Remedy in Cases
of Kind Described.
FRKK I'ltOM KOItM Kit TltOl'liLtiS. SHK I'KKLS FI>K
"I had .Uomach and Kidney trouble |
for I don't know how Ioiik. and still
win n I began taking; Tanlac. I found
my condition wonderfully improved,
almost from the very lirst dose What
it did for me was wonderful, that's all.
and I gladly recommend it. I used to
have pains in my bark almost coiuinu
onsly night ami <lay. These arc irr
rlble. a.*, anyone knows who has miff or?
ed Oilis, and my stomach seemed awry
all the time. I hail a heaxy, full fe-. i
ins In chest and stomach after meals
for hours at a time, and snuiethiiii;
seemed decidedly wrong with my
who 16 digestive niaohincry. l>ut since
taking your wonderful medicine. which
a good friend reeoiinncnded to me, I <l?>
not have the pains in my back at all,
and do not feel that heavy. full feel
ing dragging me down all the time, t
can eat anything I want, and have been
so completely relieved of all nvy trou
bles above mentioned 1 want to ua.Y I
think il a splendid medicine and
worthy recommendation ' ?aul Mrs. .H.
Mitchell. tSrove Avenue. Rich
nioml.
"Il relieved me of every trouble af
t ? i" suffering Ioiik. long hours, days and
mo-itiis ot" misery." Is the statement of
s<> nuinj Tanlac has helped, there surc
l\ Tin no longer be any doubters herd
In 11 ich:. i.?11 ? 1 How," said T. PrincG,
tlic Tanlac man. ia commenting rece.nt
ly on Tanl.ic's remarkable sale here in
Richmond. "All over the big territory.
1 manage tho result-s have been th#
same."
In Richmond. for the benefit of those
who never before have read or heard
of Tan lac il might be mentioned that
Tanlac is sold only through authorised
dlMfributing druggists. Here in Rich
mond only through I'olk Miller Drug
Co.. lOt! K. Broad St., 831 K Main St,;
Tragle's Drug Store. 817 K. Broad St.;
Idggott's Drug Store, formerly Polk
Miller'* Drug Store No .1. 301 K. Broad
Street.?Adv.

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