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I BE HEBEJOMORROW
Normal Eleven Is All Sel
For the Game WitH
Them.
! Tomorrow afternoon the West Vir
(tola University will be in Fairmonl
to engage in a football game with the
I Fairmont Normal eleven The Nor
mat team, under the direction oi
Coach Bell has gone through some
fret class practices at South Side
\ park during the last few days and
\ will he in the very best condition
for the game tomorrow.
The game tomorrow will he one ol
/ ' > . the last games of the season In Fair
qf'j'-;njont for the Normal eleven and a
good attendance Is expected. Local
t';; . , fans are all the moro Interested lr
the game because of the appearance
of Bob Hawkins and JImmie Knlghl
jg??f 10 tue rveoeryi; iiucup. i iiu iiram
will come to Fairmont tomorrow un
:t" der the direction ot Coach Chene
wetb.
The Reserves will doubtless be one
4 ot the strongest teams that the Nor
mat has met this year, giving the lo
cals a final chance to show their real
strength.
fPORE,
fmini
WITH THE ANNETTES ON
We're tired of seeing photographs ol
Trls and Tyrus Cobb
With bats In hand, asmasliing al
f, the ball.
We're bored at lamping copperplates
of golf sharks on the Job
xueir poses are us oiu as v aesar s
Gaul.
S-We're
sick of seeing Ollphant and
other football champs
, . ' With their eyebrows and tootsies on
LC1 a par
But theres one thing that will never
offend our gleaming lamps?
The pictures of a woman swimming
A Boston man Is to compile a golfer's
dictionary. We'll stake a little
coin it will be barred from the mails
it it contains some of the golfing
terms we've heard used when a golfer
misses a two-foot putt.
"If Jim Thorpe hadn't been on the
team Canton couldn't have won." is
the comment on a recent pro-game.
A lot of college teams used to say
that when Jim was at Carlisle.
Benny Leonard has busted his hand
Very opportune for Benny. He had
Intended going to a training camp.
A number of clubs will continue
boxing in New Ytfrk when the public
game is forbidden. Oh well, it can't
be any worse than it has bee n.
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|| LAS1 SlUt
I--:- NEWS
Due Tea.
The annual Due Tea of the Worn
an'a Home Missionary society of the
Diamond street M. E. church will he
held on Wednesday, November 14 at
the church at 2:30 o'clock-! The program
la as follows: Devotional?
I Mrs. E. M. Cox; reading?Mrs. T. D,
Harden; piano solo?Mrs. Bailey
Thompson; echo of State conven
tlon, Mrs. Cora Morrow. AH members
presence desired.
Revival Meetings.
The revival meetings at the First
M. P. church are growing in interest
at each services. The theme for this
. evening discussion will be "Weak
Hands and Feeble Knees." There
will he special music at each service.
You will find a welcome at these
meetings.
PERSONALS.
Mrs. Frank Tlchnell is spending the
week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs
J. H. Steele at Little Falls.
Mrs. Stewart Cordray and son
James, of Morgantown, were guesu
of Mr. and Mrs. George Shoemakei
yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. William Boyers and
children Frank and Louise spent yes
terday afternoon at Triune.
Mrs. Anna Westfall returned ti
Clarksburg last evening after a shorl
.. . fltnv in thfl plh'
I I Mrs. J. C. Fletcher who has beer
_ very 111 ot typhoid lever is now able
'"tn be out again.
Fluffy?Soft?Silky f
iiX Herolinf
Pomada Hair Dressing for making coarse -i
nappy bait grow long,toft, fluffy, silky, ;
to yon can do it up in any style. Re- ,
am* DANDRUFF and Stopa ITCHING
SCALP. HEROUN ia delightfully perfumtd
tod not sticky or gummy.
ssais
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ALL ]
MINUTE M
' The leturn of Michigan lo the West
em Conference and the attempt to
' stage a post-season game between Chicago
and Michigan recall one of the
greatest records of western football,
both in its inception and realization
and its unfortunate culmination.
The record referred to is that of
Fielding Yost's at Michigan, beginning
in 1901 and ending with Chicago's 2 to
0 defeat of the Wolverines in 1905, a
defeat which caused un upheaval In
the Western Conference and resulted
in Michigan leaving the Big Eight.
During those years Michigan did not
> suiter a defeat and oiled ud a total of
about 3.000 points against all opponents
who registered less than 100
against the Yost machine.
it waE the day of Willie Heston, o!
Boss Weeks, of Babe Carter, Dan Mci
Gugln and others whose names will go
down in the football hall of fame so
long as the game is played on American
college gridirons.
These were tbe famous terms ot
which Yost demanded and received "a
point a minute." a slogan which gave
him tho name of Hurry-up Yost.
Since 1005 Y"ost has developed wonIff
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BOWLING
EN OF FOOTBALL?HURR
derful teams. Uuable to get games in '
the western conference ue has been 11
furced to play smaller schools In the j i
middle west to drive for his big east- j
ern games, usually with Cornell, I'euit-'
sylvania and Syracuse.
Yost's choice us coach of Michigan
I I.iw tuuiiuuu; uuc IU UIC iniixzsa UL it
piaycr ou the Ohio Wesleyan team ol
1S!)7. Yost was coaching I he Ohio col
lego at that time ami when he started
with nis squad to Ann Arbor for the
Michigan game found he had just 11 J i
mcu who could qualify as footliball >;
players. Arriving at Ann Arbor one ; t
of the men suddenly became ill. Wes-: 1
leyan agreed to play II Michigan would i;
permit Yost to fill in. Michigan, need- ii
lug practice and anticlpaling an easy I
victory, consented. ! i
Owing to the skill and finesse with I
which Yost played the game the game j 1
ended a scoreless tie. A few years la- j
ter when Michigan needed a coach 11
Yost's playing was remembered and ! i
he was secured.
Y'ost was boru in Falrvlew, W. Va.,! i
April 20.1S71, and after the usual high ,
school training entered Ohio Northern j i
University. The neat year he entered 11
Thank You!. I Reckon
We trust
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low smoothne;
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A MINUTE-^
West Virginia university, where he
played tackle in 1S94 and 1S95, going
lo Lafayette In 1896.
The next year he coached at Ohio
W< ' van and won the Ohio State title,
npionships then became a mania
e smiling Yost. In 189S he
t Nebraska and won tho Misalley
conference title, in 1899
- to Kansas, beat Nebraska and
won the title. In 1900 he won
Pn.-isf titlo fur f olmtrl Ctan.
iuiii and found time to coach Sau Jose
S'ormal school Into the normal school
iliampionship and Lowell High of San
Francisco, to tho prep school title in
in elimination contest embracing 28
schools.
The next year Yost went to Michigan
and tor three years won the conerence
title, losing it tho fourth year
In the game with Chicago.
When he is not coaching football
Leaius Yost is busy with his oil interests
in Kentucky.
Horn in the oil district of West Virginia,
Yost lias always followed the oil
fields. .Ho is also interested in a hylro-electrlc
power company in Tennessee.
Co
I'll Stick To 7% e 0/c
to natural
VELVET its mel
ss. 'mat is why
SLVET gives the
me hearty flavor,
tildness.
it disappoints you.
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BASKETBALL LEAGUE
ORGAIJUOIHT
Seven Teams Already in?If
There Are Others They
Must Speak Quick
Plans will be made at the Y. M
C. A. this evening for the new clt>
basketball league that Fairmont wit:
have this winter. The teams have
been talking about the league for x
long time but have made no forma!
movement toward organization.
Seven teams have already express
ed their intentions of getting In tht
league. If there are any other teams
that would desire entrance, the)
should send at least one represents
tive to the meeting at the Y. >1. C
A. this evening. The meeting wil!
begin promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
According to present plans th<
league will be opened about Novem
ber 15th, which will require an early
organization and a good attendant
at the meeting this evening.
Gonsol Bowlers
Also Lose Match
The Consolidation Coal Company
bowling team, champions of last year
followed suit with the West Virginian
team and the Corbin Wholesalers yesterday
evening by losing three
straight games and all in one night
But once did the coal men go over
the 500 mark and then only by four
pins. The Mining Machine team, de
spite the fact that they had a good
margin on their opponents in almost
every game, were not up to their
standard. The story of the three
defeats Is given below:
F. M. M. CO.
' Atlia 03 113 101
! Kendall 133 105 US
I Arnett 90 100 'Jy
Barnes SB SI 10-1
Jeffries 117 351 120
551 550 52"
CONSOL. COAL CO.
Shafferifihn 11 o 07 SS
Dillo 84 64 90
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bruises and sprains and all pains and
! aches. Quick relief follows its
prompt application. No need to
rub. It quickly penetrates to the
trouble and drives out the pain.
Cleaner than musay plasters or oint
ments. Sloan's Liniment does not
stain the skin nor dog the pores. i
For rheumatic aches, neuralgia,
tiff muscles. lane buck, lumbago. tout,
trains. and sprain*, it gives quick relief.
Generous sired bottles at all druggists.
25c.. 50c.. $1.00.
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More men are buying
this qualify clothing here
than ever before. This
means that the men are realizing
that satisfaction is
the main thing to think of
when buying clothes, and
that, because we have
such large stocks and such
tine supervision over the
making of the clothes we
sell, this is the logical place
buy good clothes.
;eaters, underwear, I
tints, Shirts, Gloves and
;verything else a man
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Carpets, Portiers. Curtains
Blankets. Blinds, Comforts. Covers.
Gentlemen's, Ladles and
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kinds.
Have your fall and winter
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