THE HARDEST MAN TO PLEASE IN THE WORLD IS THE ONE WHO
KNOW JUST WHAT HE WANTS
Greatest of Rival Eleven? In
Beg Game at Roanoke Thursday
The Times' Complete Sport Page [
V P. 1 and V M I WB
That Was Duck Soup for Silk Hat Harry
(Copyright, 1*19, by International N?w?
(Copyrlgbt, 111?, by IntaraaU-sa* W?we
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LOOKING ?? OVER
LOUIS A. DOUGHER
Virginia Polytechr.:*- Institute and Virginia Militan,- Institute, with
a football rivalry running back to 1894, will battle on the fair grounds
at Roanoke next Thursday, and it will be for blood. No teams in the
country, not excepting Lafavette and Lehigh. Yale and Princeton or
Harvard and Yale, have any deeper spirit of rivalry than these two fine
Virginian institutions and Roanoke is sure to be crowded to the back
irate when their elevens tramp out to the fair ground?, for their 1919
Of thirty-eight football t-ame.-. between Harvard and Yale, the sons
of Old Eli have won twenty-three. Five have ended without a victor
and the Crimson ha.s won ten, counting last Saturday's 10 to 3
triumph at Cambridge. It scema a'most as if real rivalry called for
one-sidednes3 like that. The V. P. I.-V. M. I. rivalry carries much
the same tale, for out of seventeen contest?- the Techs have won thir
teen. One frame, that of 1913, -"?--.tied, leaving but three victories for
the cadets of V. M. I. And yet the Lexington eleven will line up
against the Techs Thuv.-ulay with all the tire and all the dash that
have made their teams famous in the past.
? V p. I. has ha?! _ good season this
fall, defeating Mar .?';_: 1 S t.?.?.-? -' ?
Toning to Washington and Lee by a
field goal. The Techs failed to got
?tarted against ?Georgetown until it
?Aa? too late, but they played better
football at the Hilltop than did the
"* frenerai- last w-it. all things
?idered. The Techs ??'aould win from
V M I Thursday, but they will have
? a fight in frem of them to bring home
However, this has been a poor sea
son for teams counting on sure
things. Tale has lost both its Har
vard and Princeton games this year
for the first time since 18*8. so there
is hope for V. M. I. "to defeat the
Teehs. If they do. tt will be for the
first time since 1900. That year at
Koanok* the cadets triumphed, 5 to 0.
Herr \re tfce Rerord?.
Fer the benefit of those who fol
low thi? ancient rivalry between the
Virginia Institutes, here are the
?cores of their contests:
Teck. V.M. I.
1?*? .1? ?
1*13 . ( ?
1?14 . I ?
ltlt. .-7 ?
1?1? .2- 14
1917 . ? ?
1?1S . ? ?
. ? 1?
Total? . .8*0 71
V. P. ? has the prood honor ofh.v
lag poasessed the greatest football
player in the history of Southern
football. He was Hunter Carpenter.
As a running and kicking halfback,
it Is doubtful if his equal ever ex
isted in Dixie. .Stortes are told that
make Mr? a sort of "Mike Kelly of
We asked Percy Given, a great I
(j-eorgertown center In his day, who |
he thought was the greatest football ;
player he ever saw, knowing that '
P?*cy had seen Jim Th?>rpe at his
best in many big games. We sort
uf thought Thorpe would be named.
He Plckrd <"?r^eater.
"The greatest payer I ever saw?"
replied Percy. "Hunter Carpenter, of
V. P. I. He was the greatest player
who rrver leaved football. I don't
CiiLaee anybody ahead of him. He
could do everything anybody else
could, and do .t better. There isn't
any argument in ray mind, not for a
Therefore, the following incident
?ent out from V. P. 1. is of more than
ordinary interest. It occurred in the
Thankr<giving Day game of 1?H>_. play
ed at Norfolk and won by V. P. I . 50
V M. I. had punted to Tech and
the bail Had gone over the goal line.
In a play of this kind the player who
sets the bell may run it out or touch j
?he bait to the ground and bring it
..jt to the 30-vard line f.rr scrimmage.
Carpenter got the ball, turned his
?_? back to the V. M. I. team and pre
tea, <jed to touch the ball to the
r-round, the referee ?tending by his
.?jde intently wat?'hing the whole per
(IMa'l Taaarh '.reemd
"Tou will see, Mr Keferee. said
*? center, "that I did not bring the
?all down any further than my shoe
? tops, and the ball ? an b<* run out."
**Ve?. " said i?- ree. "I, have
, On _k, Watch?,
(South of Highway Bridge)
' ?-I?-JI TIU-IIACT-D KXC-O.
been watching the whole procedure,
and if you can get by with it you
have my consent."
J?oth Carpenter and the referee
walked out as if to bring the ball to
the "??-yard line to be scrimmaged,
both keeping up a rapid tire conver
"They walked past the 20-yard line,
; then to the _5. and on to the 30, when
, some V. M. I. player yelled. 'Say.
Carpenter, how far are you going to
walk with that ball?'
"Catch me and see." retorted Car
penter, and he was off like a shot for
( a total gain of 85 yards before he was
brought to earth by one of the V. -?
Howl ?lil'l t?o.
Of course, a howl went up from the
amazed V. M. I. cohorts. It was
claimed that Carpenter had no right
to turn that trick, but the refere?
ruled in favor of the Tech star. In
deed, he admit?d that he and Car
penter had argued the whole matter
to a finish while walking past the
This incident savors of the Mike
Kelly stuff, the great major league
baseball players being one of those
geniuses who could bend rules to suit
i himself when the occasion presented
Once, when Carpenter appeared ?tt
Annapolis with the Techs to play the
Middies, he astonished everybody on
the field by gfking the referee if he i
might -dregs the Naval Academy
team. On receiving a smiling permis
sion, he ?aid:
"Gentlemen, we are here today to '
give you fellow? a fin? beating. I'm
going to do it myself and I have ten
others to help me. That is all. I
And V. P. I. won that game, largely
through the mairniflcent playing of
Undoubtedly the rivalry between
th??.-? two Virginia schools has been a
good thing fur football in this section.
May the better team land this year's
FISHBURN MILITARY LADS
Staunton >fflttary Academy and
Fishburne Military School meet
thanksgiving Day in Staunton. Va.. In
what promises to be one of the best
pr?p school games of the State.
ilotli team.?* have had successful
seasons and are in prim?? condition for
a hard contest. The odds in weight
and experience are in Staunton's fa
vor, jB'it Fishburne has a righting
t?-a.m which will not be downed until
the last whistle. The game is an an
nual affair between the two schools
and a larg?? crowd |s expected. Fach
? iirlet corps will be present with their
respective bands and there will be
some lively rooting. $
Koth tram? are in good shape, Fish
burne will have her regular line-up
for the game with the exception of]
D?riny. left tackle, and Stull left end,
both being out on account of in
juries. Unebergrr will go to end in
place' of Stull and ?alirnett will be
shift*?*! to tackl?? in place of Denny.
I., ti. Rattersby. Business High
Athletic director, ha? been selected to
Tha Seiitren <juiuiers are without a
foot*? '' same for Thanksgiving
or >'. an?i are anxious lo
hear somebody with the sani?
opi-n s. Call up Manag'-r I'reeo,
GET GOLD FOOTBALLS.
Handsome gold footballs, suitably
inscribe?!, will be s?ar<l<?l to the
letter men on the Georgetown varsity
Wait Till Rooters See
CHICAGO, Nov. 25?John Titus,
the old Phillies' outfielder, sport
ed the last mustache in the Na
tional League, but Fred Mitchell,
of the Cubs, is going him one
Mitchell is going to take on the
spring training trip a gent with
whiskers and long huir?the long
hair part of the makeup being
just like a woman."
He is entitled P. L. Mooney
and he belongs to a religious
order called "the House of
David." He is a pitcher by trade,
winning eighteen and losing six
games last season while hurling
for his brethren, who also sport
whiskers and long hair.
F. Thorp, manager of the be
wiskered and long-haired club,
writes: "He has as good a
floater as Ed Cicotte," which
should entitle him to at least one
squint from the discerning eyes
of Mr. Mitchell.
When he joins the Cubs he will
not shave, his sect holding to the
belief that whiskers are neces
s?*y to righteousness, because
there is nothing in the Bible
about taking em off.
FREEMAN SAYS SCHWRTZ
IS SURE TO SHINE YET
Wa-hington's Slugging Newsboy
Will Appear In Ard
Joe Freeman, who is handling the
affairs of Young Joe Schwart-, the
Washington newsboy. thinks his
young slugger a coming star In the
ring and that he will indicate his
class at Ardmore Thanksgiving Day,
when he tackles Young Kilbane, of
Akron, Ohio, in the six-round semi
"This kid has a lot to learn about
working around a ring, but he hasn't
a thing to learn about hitting," says
Freeman, "lie knocks 'em dead,
that's what he does, and Kilbane
will have to keep *his chin out of
range or hear the birdies sing."
Washington's newsboj?? fraternity
will be at the ringside at Ardmore,
backing Schwartz with coin and
The main bout will be a. fifteen
round contest between Mik% l.'raine,
Washington's "l'ii-litin-? ? >|>." and
Young Kid Broad, of Philadelphia.
Both boys are fairly clever boxers,
but each depends more upon his wal
lop than upon fancy stuff when in
side the ropes.
Four preliminaries and a battle
royal complete the card for Turkey
Day, the first bout .starling about
PINKY MITCHELL EASILY
WINS FROM ME COOGAN
M.I.W.U'KI?"**. Nov. _.-.. - I'inl-yj
Mitchell, Milwaukee lightweight, won j
easily over Mel Coogan, Brooklyn, m
a ten-round bout here last night.
I'ooj-an went to the mat twice in th.
first round and after that made a
runaway fight of it.
Coogan took only one good rap at
I'inky. Karly in the Ilfst round he
landed a hard right to the head.
I'inky came ba< k with a right to the
Jaw that seril Coogan down for the
count of two. As he got up M?? m?t
another right to the jaw, staying
?lova, ? this time while the referee
i-uunted niiy?. %
During the remainder of the fight
i'oogan fought a purely defensive
SUTHERLAND MAY STAY.
KASTo.V l'a.. Nov. _.Y- Dr. "Jock"
Sutherland, former star tackle of the
i'lttsburch 1'anthers. is expected to
sign a live-year contract to coach the
l^afavette football eleven. He and
? 'I'ud" Seidel, his assistant, h-ad a con
tra?^ for one season, ending last
Saturday. So ?iie'TSsful were they
that both are now wanted for five
By Jean Knott
GriMMe that arm
CHAIR JOE/ -VO?
Don't meed \r
f=_Q MY STyLE
?-6EE IF y'CANT
Find A cushion
TO PUT IN
THEN you j
?.--?jyright, lji!?, ?.-y tnu-riiatiunial Ke?ture? Service, Inc.?
YALE MEN DEMANDING
CHANGE IN GRID SYSTEM1
Elis Want -Younger Men In Charge
of Varsity in
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Nov. J?.?A?
a result of the 1919 campaign. Yale
undergraduates and the younger
alumni are loud in their demand for
changes in the football system here.)
There it? a cry for new blood. The
principal claim is for younger men to
be placed at the head of things.
Several of the changes winch are
demanded include: First, reconstruc
tion of th" membership of th?? grad
uate football committee: second j
? hange.? in the present resident ,
coaching staff: third, radical innova
lions in the system of physical super- |
vision of the players; fourth, altera-j
tions in th?? training table system; !
fifth, changes in the method of ticket
One of the principal changes de
manded by the undergraduates is that
both Wie graduate football committee
and resident coaching staff include
adilitions of young men. l?oth are |
composed ol former players, who have
been out of college many years, some
of them unabl?? to give personal at
tention to their administrative or
active coaching duties
HE'LL GET THE MONEY.
All England is aroused over the
>o\vnfall of .lem DrlMoU, and con
tributions are pouring in for the fund
to keep him for life. Driscoli, who
had retired undefeated, trained th??
Fiitish service boxers who won the
interallied championship. lie recently
lost to Charlie I.edoux, the French
CAN WIN DESSERT PRIZE.
Rowlers at th?? Recreation and
f'.rand Central alleys can gain their
holiday desserts for high scores every
hour on Thanksgiving Day. The man
agement of both alleys offers a gallon
of ice cream an hour for high scores.
I'rize bowling starts at I a. m. and
.?ontinues until midnight.
REX WILL WORK OUT.
Rc*t Athletic Club player? will
v, ork out today at t'nion 1'ark in prep
rration for their gume with th- Phila
delphia Navy Yard eleven Thanlc-??
(s'tv ing Day.
ZYBSZKOIS ON JOB.
NEW YORK. Nov. ti TTUiTtl
Zyb?iko ha.? arrived from Old Orvhard,
Mr. to finish his training beforai
ta? kling Joe Stecher here December ?.
FOR FINAL ENGAGEMENT
Catholic University football players
".-111 have their final practice of ths
season today. Tomorrow th?? team
?joes to West Virginia to m<-et the
West Virginia Wesleyan University
team at l'uckhannon.
The Brooklanders are not expecting
a win over the West Virginians but
will probably be able to hold timi ag
gregation down to a low scon?. Start
ing- up a regular football campaign
thin year after three years of idle
tit-ss on the gridiron the Brooklanders
hove made rapid strides.
Coach Tom Tracey ?has welded a
Biat-elass team this year despite the
fact that mati-rial was not of th" best.
The eleven la unusually light, but has.
jui up a great tight in all of Its
MARYLAND STATE WORKS
FOR HOPKINS CONTEST
Maryland State Oolk-ge football
players are looking to Johns Hop
kins Thursday to give them one of
th?; grandest battles of the year. The
Hopkins mi-ii drew down a l.'!-all tie
with St. ?tote's Cull?***?! Saturday.
Previously State had trimmed St.
John's College to ? fare ye well, and
as it was rumored that both Johnny
Wilson and Oli Hoble had lent their
aid to the Annapolis cadets it was
?a that Hopkins m?-t an improved
Hopkins slKiuld ha\e won the St.
John's game, according to accounts,
and State players are wondering il
the Hopkins t rib?? was holding out
State has had no trouble in taking
Die Maryland eollegiati* champion
ship:! since Curley Byrd has been in
charge at College? Talk. I-'ive years
ago Stute handed Hopkins an awful
Jolt, and has be?n doing it regularly
with one exception ever since.
The Maryland State eleven will go
into the gam?> Thursday with all of
the regulars in line. The team
counts on gaining another State title
but has bei-? fooled once before
when the odds appeared all out of
Without Jim Thorpe in their line
up, the Canton l'.ulldogs defeated lh??
Akron Indians Sunday at Akron, Omo.
11 to ?. Calac .former Carlisle slat,
and ?.riggs. from Tt xas Cniversity,
starred for 4'anton. Tommy Whalen
and Hill CuVack faced ea?h other,
Cusa?-k being at left end for Akron
and Whalen tight end for Cantonr*
JOHN McQUADE TO PLAY
AGAINST BOSTON COLLEGE
Hilltopper.s? Captain Works Out to!
Loosen Hie Injured
Johnny McQuade, Georgetown's
varsity football captain, is certain to
be in the line-up Saturday againat ]
the Boston college team in the Hub.
He worked out yesterday, following
the regular practice, running around
the track to loosen his injured knee.
Massage nnd light exercise will have
him in the best of condition for Sat
McQuade is likely to be George
town's fullback against Frank Cava?
riaugh's team. "Gloomy Gus" Malley
and Jack Flavin made such a hit
with Coach Exendine in the Wash
ington and Eee game that both will
>tart Saturday. McQuade. the heav
iest man in the backfleld, will oust
Dutch ?.eighty from the line-up.
This will be the only change in the
Blue and Gray line-up. Metz Smeach
remaining at left guard, where he
played fine football last Saturday.
A long signal drill will be staged
at the Hilltop today. Coach Exendine
trying out several new formations to
be eme in DaatCI Saturday. A light
scrimmage may be held tomorrow.
KEMPTON OR ACOSTA ?
?? LEAD YALE'S ELEVEN
NEW HAVEN. Conn. Nov. _.*> ?
Either John Acosta, guani. ?>r Herbert
Kempton. quarterback, i.- expected to
be named captain of Yale's football
eleven for 19_0, though Eeon Walker,
tackle, has some supporters. The
election will proDably be held in two
In addition to Acosta, Kempton, and
Walker, the coaches will have Lav.
French, and Crane from this year's
first-string squad as a nucleus, but a
majority of the best players will be
graduateli in June.
GREB DEFEATS WILLIAMS.
PITTSBURGH, Nov. -*>.- Harry
Greb. of Pittsburgh, outpointed Earry
Williams. Bridgeport. Conn., In a ten
round bout here last night. Williams
was the better In the seventh round,
but the others went to Greb by a wide
VIS.IT FLORIDA TO TRAIN.
NKW YORK. Nov. IS.?The New.
j York Yankees Will return to Jack
sonville, Fla., for spring training in
I 1920, it was announced today.
Navy Title Battle. Independent
Clash, and College Team
In Action Here.
Football ramea galore are off e ra
tiere as a Turkey Day celebration.
First and foremost come? the big
navy ba'tie at the Central High eta
dium. During the past fall training
stations and fleet eleven? have fought
out a grueling struggle for suprem
acy. Thursday the team representing
the U. S. S. Penasylvania will tackle
the Hampton Road? Training Station
team for the navy title.
Out at Gallaudet College the Ken
dall Green eleven will play the War
Risk Insurance team. The collegian*
will close a successful season, aa they
have come forward rapid'y and will
have something on the War Rlakera
in experience and training.
Over at Union Park the. Rrx Ath
letic Club will play ti e Receding
Ship team from Philadelphia, in ?hat
is expected to be a first cl>_ss battle
The Rex lads have combed the East
orn part of the country frr fast term?,
but have failed to meet any consider
able oposition so far.
Alexandria is offering a double biil
lor the fans there ar.d those who
?ant to come over from this city.
Carl Meuller ? Preadnaught eleven
faces the Sixty-third Infantry team.
while the Semin?les ?tack up -fa-tut
the \*irginla Athletic Club.
VIRGINIA SQUAD WORKS
OUT FOR FLOOR SEASON
Pop" Lannigan Has Likely
Training for Places On
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Ya.. Nov. 25.
?Under the shrewd eye of "Pop" I?n
nigan. about fifty candidates for the
Virginia basketball ttam are rapidly
rounding into shape, and indication?
are that the quint the coming season
will be one of the best that has ever
represented tbe Orange and Blue.
Captain Pettway. Hatcher. Jennings,
and Dunn, all of last year's varsity;
Schneider and Meade of the HM?
team, and Churchman and Bailey, who
won their letters in 1917. are the letter
All of the 1919 first-vear squad, with
two exception?, are back, and New -
man. the big Texan, who played on
the 1917 first-year team, will report as
soon as the football season close?.
Fdmunds. of last year's varsity equs<l.
is displaying good form and should
make a strong bid for a place on th*
quint. Stanley, formerly of Emory
and Henry, should also prove to be uf
flrst-striag caliber .
The tentative program Is as follows
Saturday. January 17?Randolph
Macon, at Charlottesville.
Wednesday, January L'I ? Richmond
College, at Charlottesville.
Friday. January 23?Gallaudet, at
Saturday, January 24?Navy, at An
Friday. January CO ? Auburn, at
Saturday. January "1 --Virginia Mili
tary Institute, at Lync ibnrg.
Saturday. February 7?North Caro
lina, at Charlottesville.
Saturday. February 14?Gallaudet.
Saturday. February 21?University
of Tennessee, at Chai lottesville.
M.?iK-lay. February 2.1?Trinity Col
lege, at Charlottesville. *
Wednesdav. February 25?Richmond
College, at Ri-hmond.
Friday. February 27?North Caro
lina, at Raleigh.
Saturday. February 2e- Wake For
est Colle-re. st Wake Forest.
LOOKING FOR CONTESTS.
The Fpiphany Church basketba'l
team, coached by Jack Haas, former
ly at Gallaudet, is seeking to arrar?."
a schedule for the coming floor sea
son with 135-pound junior teams li
the District. Communicate with Man
ager Harry S. Leimba.h. ?05 Sixth
WOLFE DEFEATS. LYNCH.
PHII-APEEPMl k. Nov. 25- Joe
Lynch, New York bantam, -?as de
cisively trimmed here last night in a
six-round bout with Jack KM Wolfe
Cleveland. Wolfe pushed the fight
and had the New Yorker on the de
WILL REST A BIT.
High school football player? ? h'
tateaat to start the basketball cum
palgn u ill he rested up a b't befoi'?
tht seasoD formally opens.
Week to Be Spent hitting Ttam*
In Shape to Meet the
By HIGH R. RJLJBV.
AVNAPOLI8. Nov 15 ?Witt? tSasbt
as to only one position on the Naval
Actdtm-- footbsll team for the start
of the irott trame agstnst the Mili
tary Academy eleven at the N?w Ysa-k
Polo Ground*, <"oach OilaBOur Debt?
Is using this week ia putting the Saal
touch?* on th? men he baa eh******* t?
?tsrt the gami? aad to take tbelr
plsces if conditions make It ner-tfcsar; .
The ?quad will 1? prori?*?? with
three men wbo have been <*s*?ach?*fc far
the precis? duties of eacb positi?? la
the line, and four for ?ach back ptsal
tion. This 1s a pert of t>ob1?*e sys
tem Rather that* put tn th? beat lta?
m-n avaiiable or the beat back wben
? place nee-d? tc b? fill?*!. Dob!? pats
in the particular ?ubstitut? trata??]
for the position, holding that *"*1 1ua
play i? dieorgataized le?? m this way.
The team indicat?d by ?trong prob
ability to ?tsrt the Army asms Is
Left end Woodruff iert lack I e. Mur
ray, left guard. IV-nfeld, rentar, Lai -
?or righi guard Moore: right taa*hst>.
King' right end. Ewen (captain!:
quarter. Koehler. left half. ?CaaurM|
rigl t ha.', Cru.?* fuTbaek w*att?rl
or l>enoist. At fu;; back oaly ia thcr?
Watter? ha? >?*?* ? ? reth?r bait
shape since the Geure-eto**m -rame two
weeks ago. and Benot?t did weli
against Colby and in practi<**? tVit
ter? is in shape now, but it 1? a
rather even chaacc a* t? "*hn*h w 1!
The first substitutes In si) the??
positions are; Left end. Ora?*??: l?fi
tackl??, Wllkle; left guard Wallace
center, Sanborn; right guard. W|l;ki?
right tackle. Wiedirr. right end
Low?; quarterback. Waters, left half
Rawiir.gt? or Taylc: right halt, Haase
full. Benoiat or Watt?r*
CERTAIN HFLL LAW) IT
Great French Boxer (.onMeat a*f
LONDON" Nov. 21 - Ceorge? Carper.
tler. French h?ivy* eight < hunpitir.
who is in training hert for rue fighf
L>ecember 4. with Joe B?*ckeit Brit
ish chsmpion. today bruk? the ?il?n?e
a hich ha.? per\a?1?d hi? ctnp, and
?aid he would ?in.
-Through n.y traininf- I have fore??
tr.y??if to ima?.- .? ? that Hackstt wa?
jt*?a\? in front of me We have mad?
Beck?tt th? Buljett of a daily lt<.tur*e
on physiology. We Jiave ?tudted and
analyzed him from every point of
view ai.ii 1 ha\. ?usi i?m?d my tneth
oU? of ira.?.it.? up on the d?Mluctt?Ba
resulting." Carpentler sai?i
"B?pckett is th? most aangerou? man
I )a\? ?\.r niel. He ?? big*er end
stronger than I am. Put u? its the
ring to stand up and hit each other
and 1 should ? . t ) ao s chance. I
will depend on science to overcome
'??t l'-e, ?? : I . .. ? -, so take s ?ot ?f
punishment, but so can I. a? fan?
who saw my fights w th Klau? and
Papkt- will testify.
The Frenchman said he postponed
the early fight with Be? kett because
be could not get into condition and
was unwilling to fight so good a mas
in half trim.
"Now I am fit a? I ever ?hall Ixs.
and if I go down on I>4?c?mb?r 4. li
? ? t- ??. ?.u>? <: indifferent
ENGINEERS WANT GAMES.
Caifip Humphr?>? En? neerr ar?
anxious to book s football gam? at
Accotink. Va.. Thankagi? inf Pay
morning. Lieut. O. G. Hoa*? athletic
officer. Fifth enginerra. Branch T>
Camp Humphreya, will talk ever ar
GARDINER IS CAPTAIN.
NEW BRl-SSWICK. X J ?"? .'5
?Turk Gardiner crack ha!ft ark. ha?
t?n; unai..p,ou? \ < hot? ? ?aplato wf
: ' <- ? ti ? g ? r> O.it.h ???-? en for 181*.
S.?*, e ai tor r 14th to 3Stk, la?*.
rtrat ??? nao
"?????rial train. tra?* ?kit*
Haaac Stall??. Kinee??*? aa? M
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aa? T?I4S ? as. ?a ?SW W. aV
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