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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

' VIRGINIA TEACHERS 10 MEETNOV. 28 Thousands Expected to AtL tend Convention Staged in Richmond Richmond, "No*, t.?This year tho X Virginia State Teachers' .Association and Educational Conference will hold Ita annual meeting la Richmond during Thanksgiving weak, November St to Deceiffber 1. These annual ( aeealona bring together a fcody of throe or four thousand teachers of the State. At the comtog conference, according to the program now being published. there will be M different aee4 alone of the various conferences, de7 pertmente end eectlona. Out of 1S?ooo teachers In Virginia, about 1S,? SO ere enrolled > ~??i" * of U># State ??<xMa"tfon.~* .Th'i organisation of education la Mrxlnl* now maintain* a fult-al** nmSM wuiiitif, sun BWBBiurtcrs In the Lyric Building In Rlch 4. It publishes and controls the .-Virginia Journal of IMucatbts; It built and maintains 4 rotttf* at Catawba Sanatorium for thtrbnfortunats member* of Its craft who era afflicted ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

II SOCIAL AND MRS J. W' SHJ Offic? Hours: 9 to 10 A. M PI i .? tmi: ru.i.i\a nl**r Tour mother is calling jou* ; Th? old earth trmtljrr. ! calling, calling \?-u' - Out of hrr Imjit! > n ^ B X<ltt)t prtin I* \ in HpriiiK Opening. Whispering. Sap Klgh. billyh frw. Kvtry branch t-f o\rr v tree t Wm bannered ttal!?titr>. i; Kinging birds ii < hi * Uttle winds drifted Uiumv'' leaf. don't > !! bear" Your mother Is railing joul b ? ... .. .. . [it The dn|iHuo>l and ill* burner) v. -I Yellow of poplar. sti!f and tail ; I Fall! Kail! j She will lal;f you Into her heart, | again, Grj Crucible o f" TI: e vir... mill r_lri; V, I Out nf her heart she'will renew tlMen Irjirs m lieu spimg opines calling you" . ^ '" ?'"" ' ] Your nioftx r is . >ou" ? The. old earth iiicth?r. The brown earth t..dh.r. - } calling!-oall+nv y r; J ?Louise Drisc.d!. iit Now Ycrk Times. Social btrnt< Today. The Tuai ry.tt' of Mis* .lo...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

VIRGINIA SES A ' BIG MOVEMENT { Employment Bureau Reports Conditions Reach Peak Labor Shortage Found k ROANOKE IS PICKING UP AH Plant* Banning on Procti^ colly Pall Time Bonis ? Building Activity Helps cmoaoki ?i. vannika ? ?u i;., nov. Indus. trial employment condition* continue to Improve during .October throughout yirdtfa. m?Mat the hit heat point of tho year, and bringing about rati shortages of labor in many Hnes in almoat tvery city of tba State. 1HI finCrai ooainaaa Improvement ' ?hll? marked In Vlrtinla la not confined to tba State, aa employment baa picked up In all aectlona of the country and aim we a healthy and encouraging condition existing In American Industry today, according to tha monthly Industrial analyala for October faaued today by the Kmployment Service of tb* U S. Labor Department. Heaaeke Ceaditteaa Better Roanoke's employment condition# Improved considerably during October. the report states, with marked Increased In iaxtilea and its products and miscellaneo...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

I ^Mpnrr "WANT r the WORLD NEWS OtMlM ad?ertulo? rate# It a Una I Bp" <W>Uii| 0 ?oiM? to the Una Dtaplay stawlSed H4c par Inch All claaaiBad adaerltilni atrlctiJ oaah ID adaanca Special eaab ralaa to tore term ao raallari ?o applteatloo Caab auil accompany all out ol town oroera JCIaclaaalflcatlooa oot permuted i. - Mo rata or bea?y black-fac?d una parnttao ] h% All adaarttaatnenta muat reach the baalnaee office ha ft 30 p m for > publication next norUui; Saturday a >' by 8 p m ,{>' j T' PHONE SI42. P_ AUTOMOBILES FOR ALE or 'hlrr. one G&rford truck Call 187411 6 4 HI unv chevhuu:; TTTSf ?:.wou rasti lor quick sale. 1C14 Campbell Are.. S. W. ^ 5877 ; . . r FORD FOR SALE?Two-paa#cnirer ~Boadetrr with cirrrw body en rent, three new tlrra. motor and running sear to rood condition u lnler?sied see Jarrett-Chewntng Co.. Inc. Phone* 1441 and 1513. 6954 FOR SALE?Franklin touru c ear at a bargain. A1 ahape. Call 1301 or 428....

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

I PLAYERS DEMAND t SHARE OF NIOHEY PAID FOR THEM k National League Magnates Can't See Why They Are Singled Ont For Attack. f Jukn B, Ko.lrf (Special Correspondent of the Hutnoke Wurld-Ntwi.) (Copyright* 1 ?2Z> | New Tork, Nov. 7.?The uivtl winter ek.lrni.shee In the "forty years war" between players end club own ? ? "nun ???H Owners msy be assured of una thins and tbat ia that ball players of abTlly are rapidly corning to the point whsrs they i thlna thai an ..le u> a iilajei BlluulB lake placs unices tbs player sold receives a percentage of the amount passing la the transaction. Kven the mors conservative of the athletes are boosting this ldaa among their fellow team members. T"be contention Is made that If a player Is sold for tlo.OUO the player .should receive et least half of that amount because the man who makes the aale Is dickering in what the player must produce In the future. The players assert that when' one la sold, be has proved that he Is good and ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

I jj FOURTEEN I IHC6RAW OUT FOR P ;ANOTHERreNHANT Wants to Leave a World Se ries Record For Posterity | to Shoot At?Buying (Material. I !By John n. Kohl?r. 'CBr Special t^as*d Wire to the TtoaItoice World-New* Copyright. 19!!.t New York. Nov. 7.?The other National U'licur Club* are raphlly comifi Inif to the realization that the New .York Club 1* even today a whale and that It stand* excellent chance* of t'erformina a* Jonah. In spite of the 1 .success or the O ant* 1 it 1922 tn? management is ro? satisfied with the team standing In a haven of sretirltv a* regards next sear's nennant. The ? club ha* not finished strengthening the pitching staff Baseball men might Just as well learn ii?% 4.'iat McGraw want* that jjjii in iiimtw"iin.i r,p world series to -come after It. 1?? Won three National league pennant! fs auccesslon in I9fl. 1912 and 1913 He won two In success on in 1921 anc 1922 and he also won two world's Series in those years. If he can put over t third nennant and t third su...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

I rw - - 1 1. ? Market and Fi 1 i \ Market New* j I LOCAL MARKETS '' . The local stock HI bond market, reported by the UberlMruit Compmy; n ) Aske-i A American National Bank uo 185 Colonial National Bank., ISO lis Hay and Night Bank .... lid F. * M Credit (p St) ... 25 St First National Bank .... loo ... First National of Vinton . lit ISO Liberty Irust Co. ...... HO .;. i Ml Trust Bank tp. SO) .. 25 fit 1 National exchange Bank 100 ...\ Peoples Perpetua (p. 50) 55 ... 8avisas A Loan Corp 110 Title Guarantee Truat ... ... 125 Brand Shoe Co. to City of Charlottesville te ... iOIVt ^Ctty of Lynchburg SVke.. Sltfc . PCIty of Roanoke tfcs ... 01 105 Roanoke Uaa Light ta .. ... 91 Unlvere ty of Va. la ... SSVt #0 Riverside A Lan River Cotton Mills, com 215 120 Riverside A Dan River Cotton MlHe. old. 100 110 ..... ii .v. Itoanoke Uro?. A Ml IL Co. ... 100 ?VM?U oriUHO l_Q. ....... 10( ; Hhenandoan I.it* In*. Co. l< 18 Unlt*4 Cigarette Ip. 6) ,. 6 1% " Virginia Bridge A Iron.. 19...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 7 November 1922

i CARNEGIE FUND i SOUGHT TO BE FREED FROM TAX Action In Now York Shows the ? Iron Master Helped Many Privately. On the tombstone of the Ironmaster, Andrew Carnegie, In bleepy Hollow Cemetery, says a New York dispatch to the Philadelphia Public Ledger, is the epitaph he wrote: "Here lies a man who knew howto enlist in his service better men thsq iimself." ?? documents made puhlle today, and filed in the api-ellate division of the Supreme Court In support of un appeal ask ins that a ft.JOO.OOO pension fund created by Carnegie* will be declared untnxuble. sounded a practical overtone to the keynote of the epitaph. The documents showed that <00 men and women, most of thrm. more than sixty, and many more than I'lMiLj .uais 11';i!. turf W1 fW gWF alon iist of the Scotch ironmaster, who died in 1>1S, Some of the beneficiaries receive $10 a month: others get incomes that approximate $i.000 y early. Some* of them are workmen grown too old for their trades; some of them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

VOL. 40.-s.No. 112. 16 PAGE 8 TODAY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNr" OON, NOVEMBER 8. 1 9 2 2. Fgltfg'ftBgB C E N t"?'B . DEMOGI // 1 Peary C DEWDGRATS SIXTHOBTR un unu m nujp ui SWANSON-WOODRUM LEADS ABOVE 6.000 Woodrum Overwheln^ F. W. McWane In His Home City of Lynchburg?Every City In District Goes Democratic and Democrats Carry All Counties Except Floyd? : Highland No. 1 Banner Precinct In the City. __________ * ' With only forty-eight email pre cincts missing In the Sixth Dlatrlct, the Democratic candidates for the United State# Senate end3 the House of RepreeeatattTes, In \'. the greatest landslide in years. swept their Republican opponent* off their feet in yesterday's election. Unofficial returns from sev' enty out of one-hundred and eigbteen precincts show: Wv ' That Judge C. A. Wood mm. of this city, will roll up a majority of around 6,000 ballots over Fred W. .McWane. Republican, of Lynchburg. as a representative in the I House from this district. And that 8enator Cl...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

other dm li burdermystery I Eh-Mills Case Not to Co to | Wand Jury Until Monday? | Jfew Witnesses Found. HM*?r 8run*>! :k. N. J . N v ? ?tPv gflVPAsaociated Pimpm.)?Sprctal Df ,,*JT Attorney (Jeneral Mott. |iro.?i-.-ut-lathe State's huM t"f tit- tnnr.l?rIfi of lUv i:<i?..:>! ui. ' <1 ptrs. KU-anor It' r ; 'i Mills. :w announced two m> " ha I part(ft-Orrol.orated th< > "I Mrs Otbaon. win- t tnaseed tho trau'dy Mr Mott said It" Wru d '! for callthe grand Jury until Monday to UWtd htm opportunity- to Brill the <yr witnesses It had bi-ui inti-ndV to convene th< nmod jury in erimay ur Friday. * 9Pp? men claim have m'i-ii the I 0. SUlomobd. s ilis.rt.. I >!> Mrs ' t>son and tin- "high l- died' ti-ur, f e*r with bright li -.r I' i n 1 t u'jih J nltnfi! In the nlnht tin scene described (>y the j ? . man and 4 j> ru nil bout ? ( . h -i ..J ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

wipui juiiu ' - ' ? ' 'kehal to make ' idrk capital dmas dust Constantinople Now On Last ^ Olorioua Jag, Tearing He'll Make Promise Good. jr Jak* Hedlry, k International News Service Staff * Correspondent. Constant Inople. Nov. Thlrsta ral?ed< Kaat of Hues are coins to be unalakable. so far as Constantinople Is concerned, once Mustapha Kernel faaha take over the city. J Kemal has made all Anatolia aa % dry aa the tleju Desert and declares he will do the Seine for the Turkish capital. It wilt take considerable drying up to check the moisture of Constantinople, for the per capita consumption of hard liquor In the L j Unasii qeeilei ot Peia Is about * ths same as It used to be in the old First Ward In Chicago. ? Deeetee ^seeerfsl. * Douxlco, ? alow and poisonous drink that hlta you with the awkwardness and wallop of Battling 81k I and la o powerful that It la navcr taken I without a handful of crackera spread with caviar or sour cbeasa aa a decoy for It to work oa Instead of...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

j, (.HI H SOCIAL AN! MRS J. W SH |I Office Hoort: 9 to 10 A M ! Mr Star. All that I know Of a certain star la. It can throw (Like an angled (par) Now a dart of red. Now a dart of blue. Till my friend* have eald They would fain ate. too. X My star that dartle* the red and the 1 blue! 9 Then It atop* Ilk* & bird; like a flower hangs furled; They must solace themselves with the Saturn above tt. B What matter to me If their star Is a world? t Mine has opened Its soul to mc: therefore I love it. ?Robert Browning. I Young Matron's Urldge Club Meet. f Mm. A. M. Nelson. Jr., will enter>. tain the Young Matron's Auction Bridge Club on Friday arternoon at her home In South Hoanoke. % m Bridge Club Mrflln*. .. Mm J?i?itwi ii n in m hi is 1 to One of the auction bridge clubs OltfTriday afternoon at her home on .Walnut Avenue- S. W. Carat of Mr. and Mra. W. D. Taylor. \ Miss Eleanor Taylor, of Columbia 1 Mo., in the guest of her brother an* his wife Mrs. William V. Taylor,...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

???? ........-.- ^ I . ??g??K=sg=aa -?. ' ' |H|U| life IHT^^Bpu ^'r '' tBL. i . Feata Phillip Levy's carload sale pie of Roanoke and hereabouts t come to look even though you ar.< I PUTS ANY BUCK'S RANGE IN YOUR HOME nifa now anug till sale you can sed cava the world'* finest in gas, ranees, coal ranges or combination ranges without disturbing yonr bank account. No need to disturb interest on Barings when such a liberal offer as this is placed before yon. This astounding offer of Phillip Lery ? Company to delirer any range on display for (S cash?holds good only during tilts sale. Aral! yourself of this 1 H opportunity now and hare cooking and I baking satisfaction for the rest at yonr I lireILi | ?i I BUCK'S ' STERLING" . You get It Just as you see It. pictured here. It has white enameled oven and broiler door 81 panels, grey enameled drip broiler pans, and w ( slncised, rust resisting, removable oven lln- ft Ings. Uses gas sparingly. Moderate in price. sj Terms $5 Cash??...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

li Rasnoke World-News SaU?itoh?d 181-9 I toAMOU V* I i?b*C Bvcrt Da* Kxcrpl Sutujay I TIMK9 WUttl.D UlHIIiKMlo.N. I L. l IMHOaa HoanoKg V. ^BjjiliTw h risHBHRN e.in.nI K5Sw? of IVM9 Muftilahera AMociat'dr |y*? Ofawaiiaiwr Hubiubrr. AaauclaOcc Tta A??o?al--0 t'rraa IM, Bureau ol Ctroufatlua |{8 AnoctaM Proa# I .1 to Iba uaa (.* rrininlH-alloc of a 1 |> dltpaichea cr?-1ll*o lo il ?.r ool lytwit cr?<!it,-d lo Ibla Pilot ami al?' ?**? P?t>lnfa(1 btrrie I j> r<liuu?M hipRk?e x-7a t iv h Iflt* A Bate* luc Nota InfV antf Chleano |2M a* hatpolct al K-iaofkr Vtrttnla I ** <*W?1 CI??P Mali MallPt I UA 11.8 IX AlU AXl K ~ i J eeota iH-r atcrli pa/ab'o to camor 124 tier rear oarab.e at the office BY MAIL r. ?*? rear | > W> m. ?U?aMMKba .">0 r, Ibrre aiou'.ba II fKJ imw>ib . . . . >" TElJrHO.SIS Burma the Bar felOa an'. At Night g' I M H U U> b 30 A M Mb Office 314'...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

> . < ?ltr ilitt (Published bj AX-lll. I *~~ I1 <1 I I III II I Tffll kUiUirt AMMtaol K Wli.UA* PA Hit EH. LLOtl k - High Prepares To Humiliate k i Danvillites > Coach Da via la working hard Ullh h la men nw id anticipation of ibl IS! *. 1 Ci"** .W,D? Danville High School. Ho la leaving no atone unturned In order to put hie men in proper condition and the squad la In ' better ahape than u baa baen since the eeaeon atartod. Reports from Danville tell of a faal and anappy bunch who will entertain Thursday night to give the "States. tny the halll. ..f * II... I judging frinn the past efforts they are fully able to do so. Hon ever, they ' 111 soon find out that Roanoke ta Juat aa determined to flght bard an ahe. for the boya are putting everything they have In their work this , weelc and no on#-la sparing bimaelf i at any time. The squad at present has no in- j juries to amount la' anything and Coach Da via will, no doubt, at art out tha atron...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

Eg pes pm SHIPS I IB SEA H?h-Dealing Explosives Arc Hft Afloat In Trade Routes. Bftuuian Soviet Worried I Over Danger. 9t Try L It users iHMAtlonal Kcvf i.'? stuff CorAOA]>ondcnl ). Mfclngtcn. t). C.. Nov 7. ? Except It Uuti. the vrar lit over for t ( the eople of America and ope. Kor the crew a of ships ply I the Baltic Sea, however. it Ift almoit as well he In 'full j otne respect*. Inderal, these ira would !>? hitter off if tii?< d armies were still at grips with un in.tut mi mi' ti mi mi ii num. 4a those ai.iv> tin t received fat MM far braving the danger* of Aoea and floating ml tie*. ToIhey drive, t lie ir ships -through. of drifting mines and ure clad ;he opportunity t<> p. t a berth I At ordinary wages. . Treaty hot l-'uiailrd. ?e Treaty of Vcrst'lllea contained thy and complicated provisions ridding the seas of the tliousunds loafing mln?s planted during the arid to a certain extent these islotia have he.en c...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

?? pniar bear plays havoc m 'mountain hotel > acier national Park Scone of Bampage By Honey-Hunt- . ing Grizzly. ^ - - v, ,\ uv, ?A MtV> lYglnr ^pme down out of (h? Kockv ountains in 'Hauler National Park id demonstrated to tha National srke Bureau there la mora truth an poetrr In tha old adage. "It la Itltr to divide your honey with a sr than to provoke Ita anger.'' But. Nle Nam will not place -free lunch" a-hlv*a on the mountain atopea to re National Parka hotel property nmvbunrlar b?ar? TliTd of a long Rummer ot herhaoot diet and bent upon a "honey rue," a liiipa manallng wilssly oka Into lh. commodious kitchen tha mammoth Many qiacier Hotel hlch had been closed for the aean. During tha halght of hl? "aweat roe" the hear cnatid a seem. of olant ind incriminate deetrurtlon r which movie produaera would iva paid a laige hum to dimamaehea Marl China. Tha prowling pillager shattered a uaaand places of china and irtaaa* tro, broke n hundred punea of wlq'W gins* b...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

ACTRESS SEEKING" I HER IOST PARENTS P Scaled Letter and Engraved Ring Arc the Only Clue3 to Relatives of Player. ftij Kansas City. M \. v 7?(lljr the . Internal mi. > 1 N.?? S-rviea. )?Jit i?n I" i :e. 1 tI:. iiivilrrjr which mirrotin<l> I . < I i?* ? r.nil t>? r-ntaire, Mr*. Kr.i-iv. M ." - h. .,f it.,k Park. Ill . ii ml ! -I ?-'i of !x rts .? ?"lly, tin* nj?I 1 :. m-v-i.tl >jf her friend* ki" here to lie-.*' h< r 1? a retired . n?-tr?"?? ni.! ' ' tl ir ! ? ,fv a former Kato.i* I . . r; -t 1^. _ A . . .I I- ?'. r ai.-l n_n ?-oft raved tine arr v v hi.'h Mr,i. h.'l t i ! ! r |iiit? nt.?. S!io i* Br. t? nt v _ \ o . r?. i ; tit'y t.-.i-.:t!i .-hi instltiilt-il the ' s.-.t.i. i viiij: frVtn u sir I fr! .Til I ti U i ;* inosKiitte: "A e-ahil l-t'.r v.:* del It ?Tert to Vfn.r i..... t i-i : I r w It .ii > oi| ivere K > !**! .1 I i r it 111. ;in of eighteen tn.'.'.h- V..ii t.iii it have ree...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

I Lmseis:; [ SUICIDE RECORD ifctal Number for 1921, is 53 I More than 1920?More I Whites Take Live* HBlchmonA HoV. t?btirln# the ttwe! ft irwni In the lllli hetto* tekrn Mir own Uvea. Three Aturea erara Hi tan out toda* by Dr. \T. A. Meeker, Hulatrar at vital etatlatlce. fhe total number of aulddat In ail whn fifty-three mora than In ?!*. Una hundred and nfty-ninu of I Jh# aulcld^ eret-a erhlja and twenty-| .??*} !if. dtirln* th* tdialrd 2t,4U, with a rat* of */*? Popalatlon. Thl* I* *?r?a** of t,llT a* MmMtM with io*4 during the yemr iwor* l.iu Scr,?5 *9 utcreae* of MlVueer me Death* from malaria drouted tp Imr-fvvr and. . tttirtlpg t? Hf,. ifflsr-,K a^cs,ur ' uf#wr&i ffiBf/nsaia fira thaii if.'" Tvrg hundied and ro dl*d from barni. 1?? from diown Ml iU rrom homVcid.*. Pellagra wm th* caua* of 111 Wm iiI MT died of diphtheria. !>' ,d 1 **" ihpweda death Increaa* rntha of lafints da* t* rohk*pltal ihliltr. prfaiitavKr *M ihlllfFma en. Death* ?f mothers at ehll...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 8 November 1922

Hipp jfe TWELVE " , * I TARHEELS REAOY" T FOR CADET BATTLE / Neither Eleven Has Met Deffeat in the South This X; j Season TO BE DECISIVE CONTEST Carolina's Came With Tulane Last Saturday Was Played in Tntpmp Hpat ... ? ?- -- ? Chapel Uiil. N* C. Nov. 7.?Carolina bark from its victory over Tillage in New Orle.tr s is now premi nc for It# struytrle with V. M. I. In ISirhmond rr;t Saturday. Neither Carolina nor V. Nf. I. ha# Tr.rt defeat in the South this year. Carolina hn? beaten North Carolina State. Maryland. nnd Tulane. V. M I. has b^n'ten North Carolina Stat# nnd the I'niversity of Virginia. Now these two conqueror* meet each other, and one of them?unless, of Course. th<re ;# a tie?will no longer h.- nhle to attach to Its name.the satIsftinr nhrano thus far unbeaten by *n v. Southern team." Captain I'rtchnrd and his men came bark froin New Orleans emitting eselsnjatlon about the Intense heat there. They played the fame on a field of sand, where tin re were only u few pa...

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