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Virginia Victorious in Southern Football Classic
ALABAMA PLAY8 VICTORY Washington and Lee Fails to Show Best Form, and Is Defeated. Birmlngliain. Aln.; Novomber 2 1.? ^.labama defeated WashlnRlon anfi Lee fn the' best game of tlie season here lo-rinv bv the scorc nf n to 0. Tho Vlr alnluns failcd to show the form ox Eeeted, but Alahania had to play hard for everythlng she srot QuarterbacK Mondv was the star for Alabama. His fleld goai froni tho thlrty-flvc-yard llne, his liftv-v.-ird sprlnt for tho only touch down. "and his kicklng of the goal, made him the ccntral llgure. 'Ihe lino ?p: w. &. h. Hiimphroy Uluekbinn ... itogers . .Klnnear ... .Aiiiler ... itobson Alahamn. Positlon. JL Vanderpraff. .left end. JPowell.left tackle Menill.left guard. ?Barnett.centre - . JCellar.rlght guard. Gresham.rlght tnekh pal-d .riirht end.Harmnn Moody. quarterback .....O'Ciulnn (McCall? McDowcll.rlght half.Waddlil V lleard. fullback, .Davis Barmgartner.. .left half....fcdms Summary: Score ena Hrst quarter: Al?bama 0; Washington and Lee, 0; end fir?t half: Alabama. 0: Washing? ton and Lee, 0; end thlrd quarter: Ala hama. ."?: Washlngton nnd Lee, 0; nnai. Alabama 9: Washlngton and l*oe, 0. -Rcferoc. Selden (Sewanee). Urnplre, Elcin (Nashvllle); Fleld judge. Saw rie (Sewanee). Head Unesman, Warc (Auburn). Time of quarters, fiftcen minutes. (Continued From First Pagc)^ ytrous defeats. Then Coach Brldes real ized that he must pursue dlfferent tac tics. He did. Into the mon he in Etllled tho fact that wlth victory each man would be acclalmed a hero. His talking. aided by tho volees of the for mer Carolina stars, had Its effect From a heterogoneoiis mass of struK gling stars the aggregatlon was iveld ed into a formldahle llghtlng machine .South Carolina fell before the new eleveh. Hopes bogan to rise, and "W6 ?wlll llck Virginia" was on every man's tongue. For a tlme it looked as if the pre iliction would come true. Virginia ivas scared. Not wlth the foar of tho craven, but wlth the knowledge that she liad met foomen worthy of her [steel. Carolina showed lmprovem?nt. ? There was not apparent tho evident rlesire on the part of the men to play an individual game. In its stead. there ivas a concerted effort which forccasted . a bitter flght. Even those unversed 'ln the game realized that It ivas a [tjattle between strons teams evenly matched. Mr. Ilclk's Blunder. Belk, who had been shifted from ciuacjer to left half, made the first perious blunder of the game. Believ tnp; that a punt from the toe of Boiven had crossed the Whlte and Blue goal llne. he touched the ball behlnd tlie poal, thinking that ho had mado a touchback. In reallty the ball nevei crossed the goal line until he carrled It over and placed it on the ground be hind the goal posts. Thus he inada Virgin'a's Hrst score. scorlng a safety, rountlng two points. There was a long wall from the south hhachcrs when the referee made Ms il.:clslon. Over on the nortli side hatn TECHS ARE DEFEATED IN GAME STRUGGLE Ten Thousand People See Them Lose to A. and M. in Greatest Football Battle Ever .,, "*..:. ?? Fought in Norfolk. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] :vorfolk, Va., November 2-1.?With the odds before t?e game almost two to one again;-: it North Carollna Agrieul tural and Mv-chanical deefated Vlrg-inia Polytechnic Institute bv a score of 5 to 3 ln the greatest football'game ever played ln Norfolk. Ten thousand people, wno packed the bleaehers and crowded all other parts ot Lafayette Field, saw tho I Carolina team fairly and cleanly out play the Virginia Techs in a struggle that testod the nerve and endurunce ol ?very man on both elevens. Firat blood went to A. and .M., when Robcrtaon, right h_l?, ln the flrat quaT ?er, eleven rninutes ufter the start of the game, recelved a dotfblc Corward pass from Cool anfl Stafford and ran nfteen yards Ut a touchdown. v. j'.' i. scorod ln ihe second ftuartei. after a first down, followed by a lor ward paas from p. ii. j_ogge io w. K. Legge, good for thlrty yards. W. P.. X>egge sent the oval over the bar from ?A. and M.'.s twolve-yard llne l'or threo ?pointa. ' To Robertson. the iSO-pound half ,-bark. belongs tho chiof civdit Tor his team's viotory. Again and again he tore off runs that were good for gaina r>: nfteen and twenty yards, T.iken [aa b H-hole. not a aingle weak snot waa there on the Carollna team. Hartsell. at left end. was a tower of strength "n the defensive, throwing the V. P. I. runners for a loss tlme after ume. '"ooi and Stafford, who dld ihe punting for A. and M. had e ahade ot advan tase on V. B. Hodgson. m n ii, Lti effo'rt to turn apparoni defeal Into For "0 Y,-ar3 th* Hou?? of CiUailty Straus, Gunst S_ Co., DIstriAors and Blenders o: Klue WM-tCtci. Drink Old Henry its Lor;_ Rccord Pro'ves ltb Merit, yaj&er The Worth Aulo Sales Co., 439-501' W Main St. Pbone Madison 7053 t?* '5%m< "lt Speuica for Itself." WON TKH J1ACF., and Cautu THE IUC _I0 vit roii 5c. Havana Filler-- 1'orto Jllcan Wrappor. Call for it by. name at v.our d??4*?. CROWD AT VIRGINIA-CAROLINA GAME IX THE ULEACHERS WTM, BE FOUND THE VH1GIXIA SYMPATHIZERS, tVHIIjE, SHEI/TERKT) BY THE GRAXpSTAXD, AHE THE ST/OTtrrT FO_,_OWI!JRS OF TnE BI/TJB AXD WHITE. PHANKSGIVING DRAG IS RUN ATWARRENTON [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l Warrenton, Va., November 24.?The nual Tlianksglving drag, whlch for ny years hus been run over the iie course, was rldden here this >rning. with the meet at 11 A. M the AVarren Green Hotel, and ived one of the largost and fastcst is of the season. The Held ivas very ge. The pack was throivn In at radiae and qulckly picked the scont urtland Smith, master, liunted the unds with Thos. Alllson; ltoy Adam 1 and .lohn S. Galnes, rldlng, whlps. e course, whlch was almost visiblc i entire way, lay over the llelds Messrs. Gaines and Wilbur Wal :h, wlth tho flnlsli at Loretta, the ?nt high in the alr. Horns whlch d been out of uso were pullcd fr.im seen places and pandemonium reign lt was Bedlam gono mad. Tha r was full of rlbbons of orange anil ue. "Vlrginia. Virginia, Vlrginia!" lig across the fleld, while ln tha irolina camp, tho faithful band, not it bereft of hope, sang dolefully to o tune of Dlxie: 'ni .". Tarhcel born and aTarheel bred nd when I dle I'll be a Tarheel dead.'' On the bonch wlth the Vlrginia ayers were Governor and Mrs. Wil nn Hodges Mann, William Hodges ann, Jr.. Dr. Ilcrbert Mann, Lleuten it-Governor J. Taylor Ellyson, Mrs. mnlnghain Hall. Mrs. Churchlll iiing- and Colonel and Mrs. A. J raj*. guests of the Unlverslty of Vlr nla. Even these stald individualu Ined the general hilarity at a pros ?ctlve V'rginia victory. The t'nrollnn Splrlt. Tlicn the Carolinlans shoived thelr ue spirit. With defeat staring them the face tlie voluble mlnortty began shout. There was no cessation, Inc "rahs" and then nine more "rahs,' terspersed wlth favortte songs and leers, kept the crowd on edge. The am as a whole ivas cheercd. the ln vldual players were cheered, and en there ivas a choer for Coach rides. Carolina braced. Vlrginia could dq ? thing with . elther the Whlte and ue llne or around the ends. Both substitutcs in the last three minutca of play, with Instructlona to cliange tlie I stylo of play. ll#s forward passes,' brilliantly exocuted, carrled tho ball from thoir own twentv-ilve-yard llne to ' A. and M.'s thirty-yard llne when tima was called. With five more mlnutes to play they mlght have scored enough polnts to have won. Tho line-up! - V. p. I. Posltion.A. & M. I-Iodgson, A.left end.rlartsell (N. liolt) Burrusa.left tackle.1-tirtt Pick.left guard.GattlB Glbba. centre .Bray Brnckenridge.right guard.Floyd. (Kogersi Jones.right tackle.Glonn I Legge, AV. R,.. right end.Seiten (Sherman) Hughes. quarterbuck .Stafford ' Derby.left liulfback.Cool I (Harris) ' ttodgson, V. B,. fullbark .Von Erbstoin Legge, F. H..right lialfback. -Robortson (Bernier) ? Score; A. & M., 5; V, P. I., 3. Toueh downs, A. ,t M? 1 (Robertson). Field goal?V. P, |., 1 (?,eg_e, W. RO Missed goal f: ..in touchdown?Bray. Time of quart i.-. flfteen mlnutes. Tlme of _ame, 1:30. Officials?Gass, of Lehlgh, leferee; Holland, of Clemaon, umplrei Harlan, ot Princeton, tleld judgo; Fouersteln, ot Washlngton and hec, head Unesman. Real Sportsmariship ln vi?.? of Ihe ncilon of the fiio Hltj of Uiiiidolph-Olnoon College lu piolillillliiu (he NtiiilriitN from nt temllug tiic chntuploiuhlp football Kuitie wltli Klcbmonil College lo luorron aftcrnoou, :iml nol clcalrlng to tiike nny ndvnnln_e, tlie loenl lUBtttntlon, tliroujrh Us nttiletlo im NoiliMliui iidniiteil tlie following r?? oltitloa, o nioHi Nportaiimnilke prn ccilure nnd worth)' nl emulutlom Mr, 10. ci. I'rettyiuon, Prenldenl of the iltindolpti-lliicui) I'dllene Atbletle A-Hoelnt'.oti, AMiluud, \ n.: l\ iKitaii, U tiiia .time to our li!i?-.-. Ivil;;e ihat tlie utudeut body of HnudolpU-Macon Collese eamiot ivltae?? ih.. (raiue between Itlch ii.oim! < ollvce uuil Hiitidolpli-Mucou uext Sa(urdn> i he II, tjierefore Itekolvi'il, Tliat as ii mtitter of ntli letlc idiii tix), the Itlehiiioud Cul leiffe Allili'lle \NM,<iii(lun mtiinl mouBl] m;r. ti lefinlii from 0V? Kantzcd roiitlnu nualuxl llnudalvh.. .liue.iu oii Rtild uueuNlgu, (Slgued) W, P, OIOKEVi Prealdent of itfobiuond Collese Atii letle >.?w< Intli.n. jstato of John S. Galnes. The first lump was a rail fence, and the fleld ivcnt over as a team; then came sod led llolds and plank fences, water ln ?ld out and other rall and planks. a jrand Une of country and a rattllng icont provJ4Ing a stirring sccno as .ho hounds swent on. Tho jumplng ivas clean and many wero out to see he start and flnish. The (leld was ?omposed of the following rlders, all "aultlessly mounted and appolnted for ;he run: Mrs. J. K. Maddux, Mrs. F. A. B. Portman. Mrs. C. II. Smlth, Mlss Flynn, Mlss Spllman: Messrs. Smlth, Vdnmson. Allison, Galnes, Bustone, J. P. Stone, 12rnest Hayes, Jas. Nash, rhas. Daniels and Bluir Johnson. eams resortcd to klcklngf, and Bowen ind Belk were the chief performers. Prlen,. with the ball on Virginla's thir v-ilve-yard llne, Belk kicked thirty ?ards to Toild. He fumbled, and the >ull rolled live yards toward the Vir yinla goal, but tho halfback never itopped. He got the oval on the ro >ound, and wlth the entire Vlrginia eam formlng most magnltlccnt Inter 'erence. rait down tho tleld for slxty ilx yards and tlie only touchdown ot he game. Ho mlBsed liis try for goal, mt what was tiio use'.' There was sllence for a moment, but >nly for a moment. If it had not been inown that there were Carolina fol owers in the park, a stranger mlght iave felt that the World and his wtfo iad come out to glve one ear-splltt'.ng ,-ell for Virginia. The tumult was ln ipirlng in Its unanlmlty. It was move ?it was awesome. bilk hats and tho .ess expenslve but more hlghly priced tur went skyward with the avidity ?of a Garros or a Barrier or a Slmon. Peach basket contrlvances which but a moment before had hldden dainty feminine coiffurcs were shed wlth utter dlsregard for formldable hatrplns, and began to descrlbe complete clrciea, guuled by dexterous womanly hands. Tho?e Uornrt AkuIu. The band played; horns sounded; volces yelled. If there had been pan demonium before, it was now llade.s wlth the red llghts turned on and the sixteen-inch guns lirlng a volley. Even the Governor forgot his august posi tlon, rose to his feet, and gave a mighty yell. There was no stopplng the enthusiastic outburst. Vlrginia had won, and Vlrginia ivas clearly tho favorlte of the assambled thousands. But the close observ4or, watching tlie faithful band down in tlie west corner of tlie south bleachors, found its mem bers stlll binging the battle anlhem of Carolina. Gathered in the sllence of BOlItUde, the clan from "down liome" found volce for its favorlte, though the volce was drowned In the general uproar. lt wa? not plty tlieso fattii ful wero looklng for. Far from it. They liad not given up hope. "I'm a Tarheel born and a Tarheel bred," and there was stlll hope for the Tar? heel, and, whon hope had fled, then, "when I dle, I'll be a Tarheel dead." It was all over, however, as tho progress of the game developed. Vlr? ginia, reailzing that she had but to liold tlie Carolinlans scoreless, playert pu'rely a defenslve game. Bowen'a Pi'lzc 'I'oe. Taking no chances, Honaker, who was runnlng the team, kept Bowen's toe constantly ln commission. Tho st'ocky end Irnproved as the game ad vanced. Whllo in the first two quar ters Bolk had outpunted him, honors wero ln tho latter part of the contest wlth the Virglnian. Gaining on ex change of punts, and holdlng well ln the llne, wlth the ends stopplng all trlals at wldn plays, Virginia managed to keop tho ball well in Carolina ter. rltory. Virginla's goal was never serlously ln danger. Fumbllng played a con splcuous part, and on at leas> o"nc oc caslon a touchdown was missed he cause Drlver le,t the ball drop when ivlthln flfteen feet of the Carolina goal But words will never tell tlie com? plete story of the game. between Caro? lina and Virginia, at Broad Street Park. in Richmond, in the year 1910. Tho age of the stolc ls gone, but tho Caro llnians gave a most excellent imitatlon of the. men who bore punlshment un answered. The vlctors may well wear their orown with prldo, for lt was a victory achleved over no mean adversary?a courteous adversary, but game to tho core; fighting for supremacy all of the tlme and never reallzlng that do feat was posslble. Thereln lies tho rcal glory of tho Virginia victory. And wlth lt. all tho game was clean, fros from any semblance of rough work The best team won from a worthy op ponent, and that tclls tlie tale. Todil the llcnl llero. Todd should rightly bo acclalmed the hero of tho game. Had he dona iiothlng moro than score the lono touchdown of the combal thls honor would havo been his. But ho did more. He played a stronir offenslvc game and on defenslve made some of tho prettlest tackles of the contest. Bowen has earned his place and deserves a place on the All-Southern team. Hon aker Is another member of the Vlr? ginia elevon who should not go un notlced. Always ta.nl, always on the alert, wlth a keen eyc for distances and an active brain for weaknesses, ho generaled the team after the Hrst quarter ln splendid style and carrled the ball well. Cecll, tho man who lilled the holo in tackle at the last moment, proved to be all that was clalmed for him. Priver. at rlght half. and Jones, at full back. should also be mentloned when the bouquots are be? ing handed out, while Captain Geyer has won a place In the hearts of every lusty son of Vlrginia. Abornethy wns the brlcht ssarklc THE GAME IN DETAIL Carolina won the toss and chose to defend tho west goal. Cecll klcked to Abernethy. who ran the hall back live yards, being thrown by Berkeley, Wlnston got two yards through cen tre; Porter added thres yards ln the samo place and lt was thlrd down and flve yards to so. Belk punted thlrty-flve yards to Berkeley, who ran back four yards. Todd failed to galn around Finlay's end and Uowen klcked thlrty yards to Ruffin, who ran back seven yards. Ilolliday was offaide and Virginia was penalized flve yards Belk got two yards outslde tackle, and Porter wormed hls way between tackle ond guard for two more. Belk klcked thlrty-seven yards to Berkeley, who was downed ln his tracks. Berkeley then went around left ond for slx yards. liowen kicked twenty-eigln yards to Ruffin, who covered three yards before being thrown. Rutlln failed to guin around left end. Gar rott eariio around through tackle for flve and a half yards. and Belk, taking no chances, klcked thlrty-elght yards to Berkeley, who came back three yards. Boiven kicked forty yards to Belk, who was oaught ln hls tracks by Berkeley. v KIcklug A biiYnid ?-. Porter failed to gain. Carollna waj penalized tifteen yards l'or holding Belk kicked twenty-flve yards to Privec who was caught by Apple whlte in hls tracks. Drlver gol around right end for ilve yards. Vir? ginia was oftslde and was penalized flve yards. Berkeley attempted a. for? ward pass, but Abernethy got tho ball for Carolina. Belk plugged the llno for one yard; Ruffin squirmed through tacklo for a hard-earned two yards and Belk attempted an onside kick but the ball went out of bounds to Virginia, and was carrled ln nfteen yards. Carolina was offside and was penalized livo yards. Berkeley toro around right end for tho first. down of the game, gettlng ten yards. Todd added lwo on the next try, but Berke? ley Ioki ono and a half yards on a delayed pass at centre, Abernethy breaking through and maklng a pretty tackle. Berkeley attempted another forward pass, but the hall hit the ground be? foro lt was touched by a man and was brought back, golng to Carollna. Belk found an openlng outslde left tackle and nettod slx yards, and Por? ter, from a fake kick, made it first down. Carolina held In tho llne and was penalized til'teen yards. The quarter ended with tho ball In Carollna's thirty-rflve-yard llne in her ppssession. First down and twenty slx yards to go. The feature of the Urst quarter was Abernethv's tackle TOMAHAWK HUNT CLUB HAS ITS HOL1DAY RUN [Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.] Orange, Va., Novembor 24.?Tho Tomahawk Hunt Club held Its Tlianks? glving run thls afternoon. starting from "Woodley," the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sanford. Tlie usual good fleld wuh out in eolors, and the slight raln beforo the hunt aldod the dogs very materlally ln following tho drag. whlch was laiil over Woodley and the two adjolnlng farms. Good fohces und dltchos were plentlful, and all riding enjoyed the hollday run to the fullest cxtent. K. C. .fohnson. riding Rex, came to grlcf, but was not hurt, and ro mounted and flnlshed well up. Those riding were Wallace sanford, M. P. II., on Tomahawk; Mrs. Wallace San? ford, on Thoroughbred; Jack Woodrlff. on Gray Cap; F. O. Scott, on Chlnga gook; H.' G. Shackelford. on M.ignus: Mrs. V. R. Shackelford. on North wood: August Wambersle. on Lady for Carolina, with Venable a close sec? ond and Belk tylng for any honors Ktiffln Is another member of the Blue and Whlto squad who deserves praise and wlth him should be llnkcd Porter Tho full back for Carolina was the surest tackler on tho fleld, and was cm hand whenever the ball was in play. As a matter of fact. each man jn each team deserves nralsc, but, as In all games of football. some stand out more conspicuously than others. and the kicking of both Belk and Bowen. Second Quorlcr Kringn Snfrty. Beginnlng of second quarter. Hon aker replaccd Berkeley at quarter for Virginia and was greeted with a j cheer. Goal was changed and Vlrginia now was defending the west goal Winston got two yards around right end. Belk punted thirty-five yards t.. Honakor, who was tackled by Garrett before he could move a peg. Tod<l fumbled and Porter fell on tho ball. Belk hlt the line for one and a half yards, and a forward pass from Win? ston to Applewhlte got slx yards. Win? ston trled a drop-klck from the forty yard line, but the ball mlssed goal. falling short ten yards-, Into tho arms of Honaker, who ran back seven yards. Bowen klcked forty vards to Ruffin. who -was thrown where he I stood by Todd. Ruffin fumbled, but recovered the ovnl. Belk klcked thirty-elght yards to Honaker, who returned two yards. Bowen fumbled the pass for a forward pass. but re talnt-d the ball. and ho then klcked forty-three yards to Belk. who return? ed four yards. Vlrginia centro offsldc and penalized flve yards. Porter got two yards through cen tre and then added two rnore on the same play. It was third down, with the Virginia llne holding well. and Belk kicked flfty-eight yards to Hona? ker. who was caught by Porter and Applewhlte before he could move. Tlme out, Porter hurt. He got back lu the game beforo tlie tlme llmlt ex nlred The ball wns on Vlrglnla's four teen-yard llne ln her possesslon. and It was the only time that the Virginia goal was ln danger. Bowen klcked thlrty-eight yards to Belk. who was caught by Jones in his tracks. Time out. Jones hurt. lle went back. Ball on Vlrginia'a forty-threo yard line, In Carollna's possesslon. The First Seore. The lirst pass waa a fumble, but Belk got the ball, A forward pass, partially stopped by Honaker, -cas caught by Venable, and netted nlne and ohe-half yards for Carollna. Porter trled left tackle, but found no opening, and could not gain, and the ball went to Vlr? ginia on downs. Bowen punted tlfty flve yards to Ruflln, who fumbled, but got tlie ball, when he was caught by Honnker and stopped where he was; Belk kicked twenty yards out of bounds. and the oval went. to Vlrginia on Carollna's twenty-oight-yard llne. Dflver failed to got around right end, and a forward pass attempted by Hona? ker was captured by Belk. He klcked thirty-flve yards to Drlver, who was stopped by Porter before he moved. RICHMOND COLLEGE FOOTBALL SQUAD i:ii'i.lul;ili- i Mncon \\1|| uiiltlc llien.r i\ni'rlt>i'M Salu / df.Poudu tiit lluatf ?'?lii.v, n.iii (h? Aililniiil clivi'ii hiipr- i'ui' vletur.v, ni upuu lliis gaiue teru vollvglalc footbnU cliawiiIonwUlp. Rlalse: V. R. Shackelford, on Casual; J. N. Andrews, on Blue Run; K. C. .lolinnon, on Rox: Edwln Ilalsey, on Rcxall: Jaffrey Woodrlff, on Thor otighbred. After tho hunt a dellclous breakfas was given by Mr. and Mrs. W. W Sanford at "Woodley." Those present uero: Dr. and Mrs. Lcwis Ilollidnv, Mr. and Mrs, J. I!. P. Woodrlff, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S, Grimos, Mrs. Holen ilunt Bresol, Mrs. Hatcher, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. N. Andrews. Mlss Page Wll Hains. Mlss llill. Mlsaus Ilalsev, Miss Wlckcr, Mlss Willi.-ime, Mlss Wllklna, Mlss Price. Mlsses Wambersic, Miss Mabel Moore, Mlsses Sanford, Mlss Nnncy Khackolford, Mlss Wlster John son, Mrs. W. W. Rurgess. Mr. and Mrs George Tayloe. Jack Morton, Harry Snnford. Dlrk Trumbo, Dr. L. S. Rlck etts and others. lluntlng songs were enjoyed, and altogether the Thanks givlny hunt was a grand succesa. Drlvcr nttempted to clrcle left end, nnd lost three yards. Bowcr. kicked to Belk on his three yard llne, and the Carollnlan evidently thought the hall was over, for he touched lt back of the goal llne, scor ing Virginla's Hrst points by making a safety agalnst his team. Score: Vlrglnla, 2; Carolina. 0. Tho ball was brought to the twenty nvc-yarcl llne, and went to Carolina Wlnstor. got between left tackle and guard for clght yards. Belk made it first down in the same place. Tlme out to meaaUre distance. Bolk failed around rlght end, and he then kicked less than twenty yards, and the ball. after argumeJU with the ofnclals, went to \irginla. Honaker made two yards around left end, and Todd circled the same e-nd for flve yards. Tlme up Ball on Carollna's forty-yard llne, In \ Irglnla's posaesaion. Scon Vlrglnla, S; Carolina, 0, Up to thls tlmo the game was evenly matched. Both tearns played conslstent ball, and nellher could makc any ap proclable gains. Both teams relled on punting to keep the hall out of dan ger. Vlrglnla was playing to keep Carolina from scoring. Third (luai'li-r ProdUees Frnlurc. Ceeli started th" thlrd quarter, or Becond lialf. by klcklng to Venable on hi tlfteen-yard Une, and ho came back ten yards. Virginia was offsldo, and tlie klck was made again after Vir? ginia was pcnali-.'.t-d llve yards. Cecll kicked again to Ruffln on his ten-yard llne, and he came back flfteen vards. On a fake klck formatlon, Portc'r got around Finlay's end for flve yards. Abernethy was given the ball for an (to'-tlme crisscross tackle play, but Honaker caught him behind his own line of acrimmage and threw him for a loss of llve yards. Bclt punted llfty yards to Honakt-r, who got three vards on the return. Bowen kicked forty yards to Belk, and Honaker was on top of him before he could biidge. Then came the qatas iiophe to tlie Carollnlans. Belk kicked j thlrty-flvc .yards to Todd. The halt baok got the ball, fumbled, and tho ball bounded llve yards to his rear. Ho went after lt, plcked it up, and, wlth Honaker, Flnlay and Cecll lead Ing tho way, ran tixty-slx yard3 for a touchdown, the onlv one of the game. He failed at tlie try for goal. Score: Vlrginia, 7: Carolina, 0. Cecll kicked to Ruffln on his four yards line, and ho ran back twenty-flve yards before Honaker got him. A funi l.'le follovved the line-up -for a Scrlm? inage, and WJnston lost two vards after recovcring the ball. Belk kicked llfty five yards to Todd, who came back flve yards. Drlver wt-nt around left end for two and one-half yards, and Hona? ker got around the other end for two yards. Tlme out. Bowen punted forty five yards to Wlnston, and Honny got him qulck. Ball on Carollna's twenty three-yard line. Hewitt was siibstl tuted for Finlay at left end. Belk at temptod a forward pass, and Honny got tlie ball, and then made four vards thVotigli rlght tackle. Drlver " wur sc-nt at tho same tackle, and got four yards. Drlver failed to go on the next try, and the ball went over on downa to Carolina on her twenty-four-yard line. Tlmo Out for Argumeul, Ruffln went around rlght end for one yard, and Belk punted on the second down fiftv yards to Honaker, who ran seven yards before MacLean got him. Time out for argument. Ball clalmed by Carolina on a fumble, ln which the leathor could not be seen for the men on top of lt. Carolina got the ball Calmos substituted for Ruffln at Hglil half. A perfec forward pass from Helli to l'ankey was muffed, and Honaker fell on the ball. Bowen kicked thirty flve yards to Wlnston. and Hewitt stop pod him before lio erot an Inch. Portor failed to gain agalnst tlie Ornnge and Blue llne. Bolk sont an onside klck which Appleivhlte rocovei'ed and ran to Virginla's eight-yard llne, but the roferqo brought the ball back becauso it did not go twenty yards, and tha oval went to virginia. First diiivn. Todd fell one yard outslde of tacklo nnd Bowen punted thlrty-Hvo yards to Bolk, who dldn't stop untll he-camn back elght vards. A fumble ivas cap tiired bv Carolina with Grown On tlrt ball. Belk kicked thirty-eight yards to Drlver. and Wlnston was down tha fleld to stop him heforo he mov.ed Drlver fumbled, Jnil Pankoy fell on tho ball, Bowen kicked lortv yards to Bolk. and "1-rorinv nnllod him where ho stood. Time out. Virginia for holdlng was penalized twenty yards. Ball on Carollna's fortv-five-yard liue in her possesslon. First down. A forward pass from Bolk to Appleivhlte nottod llvo vards. End of quarter. Ball on Carollna's ilftv-yard line. Second down. Flve yards to go. Score: Vlrglnla, 7: Carolina, 0. t,:?*f Ciunrter h Puntlna: Feat. Portor went between guard un.i con. ti'o for two yards. Belk kicked thlrtv cigiit yards to Todd. and Appleivhlte was down tho Held like a flash, making a b'oaul iful tackle and stopplng tho Vlr glnlnn. Bowen kicked lliirtv-flve yards to Belk; and Todd rovei'sed tho orde.r or things, gettlng the O-rolinalan be? fore he oould gain. Porler fnited tn galu agalnst the llne. but a forward pass from Wlnston, to VeuaMo mndo llrsi down. Hulk klckod fortv-fivo yards to Honaker. who fell beforo he could run tho punl bnck. Howen kick? ed thlrty-two Mards and Honaker re epvered tho hall. Bowen kloked fortv. flve vard* to Belk. Honaker making tlie tacklo. Belk kicked thlrtv-flvn yards lu Honaker, who somlneil l^s kneo and fell. TJme OUt Tnrbl t\\,\m fjilzo. V.lftll The Indiana Trophy Waa won by Joe Matton in ? Chalmers "30" In this race the Bluebird made an average speed of 51.5 miles per hour, better time than was made by the winner of the Cobe race for big cars the following day. The Chalmers "30" had no mechanical trouble of any de scription. Chalmers Quality Counts Gordon Motor Co., Inc. "Cars of Character" Richmond, Va. ____>_JW_tTTTt -*7T_C-> formatlon galned scven yards. "Vir? ginia holding. penalized nfteen yards. Bowen klcked forty yards to Calmes, and Prlyer got ir.m atfer he made threo yards on the retum. Winston kicked twenty yards to Todd. who f&'led > come back. Bowen klcked thlrty-cight yards to Belk. who ran the ball back four yards beforo Honny tiuvw nlm. Porter went through tackle for 11 vs and one-hulf yards. A fi<; '????'>: i ;u i was lncomplete. and waa brougl I ??<? I to the startlng point. Belk kicked thlrty-fivo yards to Todd. and Apple? whlte held on ifter the runne? Kain:<i seven yards. .Inn.-s <-ir ' I f" elght yards and Drtver made !t first down outslde r'ght tackle. (Jtair v i substltuted for Honaker. Grant gol two yards around left end. .lones fail. ed to galn at centre Xnirlv Another Touelidown. The ball was on Carollna's n:ne-yard liwe. and lt looked 111;.- another toueli down for Vlrginia when Drlver fumblel and Applewhlte fell on -he ball. Win? ston went through left tack'. for -i yarda, being stopped by Drlver. Belk klcked forty yards to Grant, who i back elght yards. Drlver went against centre. but failed to sraln. A forward I'.i-- from Todd (.1 Grant made seven yard loss whllo trylnj ? ?-?'? ? tund right end. Tlme out. Drlver sgain failed to galn. and To-id trled for goal from placemcnt on Carollna's thlrty seven-yard*dl:ie, but missed. Ball ko*? to Carollna on hor twenty-flve-yard llne. A forward paa* from R?iu to Oai KOt fourtean yards and flral down I trled an onalde klrk and Joi ered the oval. Bowen kicked tb.lrty vards to Venable. and GrarTl atopped frorn behlnd, aettmc him. Bow punted thlrtv yards to Belk. who fum? bled. but recovered fo balL Jones was on _>>?> job and B'-Ik failed to re turn. Pelk klcked thlrty yarda K Grant, who waa also s:onped wlthout icalnlnVr. Time out. Hartv aubatltnted for Apnlewhite. Todd from a fak-e kick formatlon got eight yarda bffo-e Portei brought hljn down. Grant mado It flrsl down. Tlme un. Game over. Ball on Carollna'/ twenty-two-yard llne ln Vlr glnln's po^ession. Score: Virginia. 7: Carolina, 0. L'ne-up and summary: l.lnr-Vp. Virginia. Posltlon. Carollna Flnl'iy.left end.\nMewhItn (Hewltt) fHarty) cecll.left tackle.Garrett Pankey.left guard.Thompaon (C 1 Holllday .centre. Brown Towlea.rlpriit guard.MacLean Geyer (C.)... .right tackle. . . Aberncthv Bowen.rlirht end.Venabl? Berkeley... ..quarter back... .Wlnatoh (Honakerl (Grant) Todd.left half.Bcllc Driver.right half.Ruffin (Calmes) .lones.full back.Porter Summary: Touchdown?Todd. Safe? ty?Belk. Score?Vlrginia. 7: Carollna, 0. Offlclals?Barry (Georjretown). ref oree; Gnmmon CHampden-Sldney). uni plre; AVitt (V. M. T.), tleld judge; Jack? son, head Hnesman. Tlme of quarters. iifttcn mlnutes. One-Slilril fJume. TSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 Bristol, Va.. November 24.?In a ganih thai was practlcajly one-slded from start to flnlsh, IClhg College, of Bristol, won from Roanoke college on the Brls. tol grldlron thls atfernoon, tho scoro being 24 to 0. One tbousand peoolr witnessed the game. YVhltlock. of thf vlsitlng team. was struck on tlie head durlng an excitlng InterforenTe and was rendered uuconsctous. Tt was only by medlcal nld that he was brought around. In spite of protests he ro-en tered the game ln the last quarter, but appcared to be lu bad form. World'* Chnmpioo ?_-*_-?_--? ?? ??The HteH-G"'C? ?ee JONES MOTOK CAR CO, ?Allen Avenue and Broad. Street THe Four Cylinder REO A high powered car, rich and hand* Eoaie, for $1250.00. This car, at this price, is so remarkabla nn achlevement that the thinking maq tvill waat it explained. Write Reo Motor Salos Co., .. _ South Bostou. Va. ACADEMY, To-Night und Suturday. Matlnee To-Morrow The Qualnt Comedy, He Fell in Love With His Wlfe From the Novel of E. P. Roe. THANKSGIVING WEEK Next Week--The Turning Point THE LUBW'."/ O.ala Thankacivlrig_ nfferlbe "<if* ..Superlor Vaudevillo and tho Wurti's Greateji Jllioto plays. ?' - ' >''?'? ' Admission, 10c, Chljdren at m_tiuoo?, to.