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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

JIMMY Being Thanksgiving Day. He Escapes the Penalty of His Misdeed. CopyT?*hW><1. 19H. by ihe St*r Company. Orrnt Britain RUrht* KowtM oh UOOK.! I JIMMY Vv-\e i OUbHT TO &C- A^QOT 1 T)OMr.. go DOWN TO / i TM? OEUCPCT EL&SEN1 f / STOP-P. GET >t < "\ inu TakE BABYJ ! V-J vTH ^o\J " r ?^ SS KULVjO \ got lHAT ^ R.IDE Fine! HEY v-UM.PuT YeRTOV^EY i IN HSLR.K.. I got a M?w r>ORG PER. m>E. 'SPRES5 Vs/AGOK'-y ?ftlSPB? You MIKU> D* 6A0Y!* COME. on You FB.i??S! 1 wont Ml WD MUTHIN Conie Back here, am' j DO ?t YEkISElF!" ^ V'ISmt That { cunning-? (" Vv/otta Yuh HE am BY ?T v answer me! f.rzz*~*mKxzaP2. a? 7fr vv/HY.n-iP-PES v~r, i?:?iilk . ? NSSSS where BABY V^HEP-FLS TlxC Turvc^Y ?rt r~^ .(" W HO A ~;(iV>aWH'4II///( AND THEN I CAlu&O ( FOR MV MASHJE AND Just ? v ^ WHY. THOMPSON not turn\MG- back IS. ??F This wa^) NOT T-iANiKSGIVING D?Y OAME.^ You wc.uld be treated P\ T^...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

Friends, Romans and Countrymen: HappyIs an Awful Lobster! Copyright**!, 19H. Cy th? 8?.ar Company. Or?*i flrltalo Highla R*serrr?t HAPPY \\Y& TCoUMT ipE RACco, Am ol.0* "FlvitNP of oof, "Family, ue is <f GO\MC>To C-?\VE 5>'J-2ANNje. W. Vj*2o.ooo WHELM aim Sriu 7pi.tA^ep To CHEEt YoU3E: VTRY o r^E. of") ' W C\&Ar<s / mr. HOOLiOAK) 3?loooo > ^oitkly a SWELL WFJ)J>iKO oiFtJ?" I hakk' 5(1 POU/Tvt anP ' , (AlK / HAPW You^ M0?T ApOuOfciztj Op Th? CCvlKT r ,r0H,HAPPY\ I Haw couup ) S youv. (XoUNT I c-ive\ lYoUSE MY Wo\p ( IT WAS FoITEcTlY, VJUN'iMTErATtQlAALj /all right L- / I'LL EXCUSE YoU> (Take akotuek ' C I GAR AN?> ^ Merlvp a light) ~\ "FoR You, y 'JOUUL UKE HIM \WHtK Vol) / r~ \K>Jov^ RIM ) 'Ht Loo\<?>) ? ( HKt a y ^u \ Villon*) / f A. OHjtNlO.CoUr^T, it WA6 ANr' v ACCIP&M.T/ ' -lAT5> c-co.r> v- happy I I'uv...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

^.;v?\ % m mfC 8rt<j "& /ct.. wfcsj-;y\ faf/m'- ifi alvt flf ?$&?& mmm ,? if Ml w w '?a v&k ??# sbsmhee mm THl*b l*b A verx q/UIET e>u\loln? and v/e're VERX particular a50ut our tetsfltntey. we DON'T ALLOW bag.\e^ in thl^b bu1ldinc, BUT if yoor g>ae>x DON'T crt' ?gggj ''l-L make an exception' fta- /rfrklmtu^^uw i iuiywilgflilbhi oh: our 5 child - p never ik 6 c^ie^: Iffip* i'LL ^tay HERE aisd tou -look at the afvnrtment.' v/e'o LIKE TO *bee AN apartment ' here -tinookumsoomt crx ? t>ee ? PAPA walking* ON hi'b HANO'b for precious : KEEP him qo?et dear' nov/ LOOK * PAPA i *=> A do<i<ile woof - WOOF!'.'. OUCH c,et avatdo^i! CAN't you see "youre annoylm^ the G>f\G>\ ? . mb? NO-mo -oo^cde! i DIDN't mean it hlce do^c4l?'. i <b\CM&o m the lease |1 DOVfx *$/ ' wtll-.WE certa\NUY fooled her ' v , j <ood...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

SECTION SECTION Magazino Features by Famous Art lata and Authors. Illustrated In Colors No vr Discoveries?Things not Found in Books?Oddities from all over the World Copyright, 1914, by the : Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reserved, It Has Fallen fo the Little Kingdom of Roumania to Produce at Last a Really Handsome Queen NE o! the most interesting figures in Eujope le Queen Marie, wire of the new King of Roumania. "Tho only beautiful Queen in Europe," she UaB been called by an American woman Some people will doubtless argue that there are others, but the statement haB itp justification in the fact tbat queens are not, as a rule, beautiful and In some notable cases are quite hOmely The new Queen of Roumania is a Btorm centre In more senaae than one. Her country ifl vitally concerned in the war, and everybody has been in t^oubt which way Roumania, with her 000,000 soldiers, would jump. Queen Marie has probably Hhc power of deciding this momentous question. Roumania U the largest a...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

A FOREST for EVERY CITY to Make Our TAXES LOWER IP is being urged that every city and town in the United States, whether large or small, should have a forest, just as every well managed farm has a ?wood lot, and for the same reason?to save .money. The farmer who has a wood lot does not have to depend on his neighbors for firewood or lumber. He produces all the timber he needs for his own use, and often has a surplus which he can sell at a profit. Th? town or city which becomes the owner of a forest can accomplish the same things on a larger and more profitable scale. Besides supplying its.inhabitants with fire?wood and lumber at less than they would otherwise have to pay, it can reap a handsome profit from the sale ot the surplus products of its own forest to outsiders. Municipal forests are recommended as the best means of insuring better schools, streets, sewers, lights and water systemp and at the same time making taxes lowtr. The profits they can be made to earn would go a long ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

v Union of the Splendidly Developed Dancer Ruth St. Denis and [ Edwin Shawn, "the Handsomest Man in America,'' May Produce Results of Great Value to the Science of Race Betterment A VERY piquant and unusual romance lias lioo n brought to a happy climax by the marriage of "Winn Kutli St. Denis. the olrurntink Oriental ?lancer, and Edwin Myers Shawn, called "the handsomest man in America." Its unusual character is largely due to its bearing upon eugenic seieuee, ti:? science of rearing a liner race. Eugenie scientists will wateli this marriagr with closer attention probably than they have ever given to any'Ttniot:, for the .two parties to -it are-almost perfect specimens of humanity. Miss St Don is v.as endowed by nature, with a beautiful figure, By the Ions practise of the art of darn ing she has developed ii to a point that i.> nearly perl'ec tion. Day after day for many yours h'ae has danced with figure unuainmelied by clothing. Though she i.s exquisitely graceful, she i...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

'r Jared Flagg, Jr. The Surprising Career of Jared Flagg, Jr., Who, After Long Out ^ witting the Police with 'Or His Ingenious Schemes, Is En trapped by the United States Authorities i HE champion two-legged wolf is caught at. last. * For a quarter ??f a century lie was repeatedly (racked to his lair among the skyscrapers of Xew York City, hut he was too canning to ho trapped. He would lie low for a few days or weeks and then would continue his woltish depredations on a scale larger than before. His name is familiar to multitudes of the ignorant, die innocent, the foolish and the unfortunate all over the United States?Jared Flagg. On a ocore of different occasions the police and the magistrates of New York did llieir best to place him where lie would no longer be n public menace, but he was too shrewd for them. Just once a month's sentence to the Tombs, when he was caught napping?that, was all. But when .Tared 1 lagg brazenly pressed the United States mails into service as an accomp...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

Better Food/for Everybody by Parcel Post ONCE the problem of efficient containers for butter. eggs and other produclB is solved, the only tiling remaining to be done to make the parcel post of wide usefulness in supplying nior ewholesome j food at lower cost is to bring tiie farmers and the consumers into communication with one another. There are a number of ways In which this can tie brought about. One is by advertising. The farmer can lind customers by placing his advertisement in a city . paper, and the consumer can find farmers who will supply him by stating hi* wants in some paper circulating j through Iho agricultural districts, Often the post office | officials can supply information that will help. In France, city dwellers malie their arrangements for i a year's supply of butter, eggs and other farm products while on their Summer vacations in the country. More of us in America ought to do this. For some time to come it is unlikely that eggs, butter and other farm products wi...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

rave of Jcott in the ?Jilent Wildernexx of the Frozen Antarctic and Keep in touch with Hir J^hip by Wirelexx. Sir Ernest ihackleton, as Photographed in the Antarctic Sledging Costume Which He Wore When Within 111 Miles of the South Pole in 1907. IK ERNEST SHACKLETOX. at ly equipi'Cd polar expedition ever organised. sailed from Rueno< .Vivos on October LT> to carry oat his long and carefully planned conquest of the south polar contineut. The South Eo'e. where Captain Amund&en planted the Hug of Nor- . way on December IT. 1I 'J, and where, one month Inter. Captain Robert Falcon Seott unfurled the British colors, is not the main objective of the Shackicton expedition. The pole is about midway of the route Sir Ernest lias planned t?? take ?straight, across the Antarctic contl nnet. Tlie first half of I he land journey will he over totally unexplored territory. After reaching the 'pole, however, the journey northward will follow the dcuth trail of Captai...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

HOLDING HANDS By Gouverneur Morris Ai" urst nobody Knew Mini; then the Hotchkisses knew him. nnd then it seemed aa if everybody lmd always known him. Me had run the gauntlet of gossip and como through without a scratch. Ho was Hist noticed sitting in the warm corner made by Willcox's annex and the covered passago that leads to the main building. Pairs or trios of people, bareheaded, their tennis clothes (it was a tennis year) mostly covered from view by clumsy coonskin coats, passing Willcox's in dilapidated runabouts drawn by uncurried horses, u nigger boy sitting in the back of each, his thin less dangling,^had glimpses of him through tho driveway gap in the tall Amor pivot hedge that is between Willcox's and tho road. These pairs or trio.* having Been would break In upon whatever else they may have been saying to make such remarks as: "Ho can't, be, or he wouldn't be at Willcox's"; or, contradictorily: "He must be, or he'd do something besides sit in the sun." Tho suspicion that ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

jjf" How the War HasA #! Robbed Queens, ?r Duchesses and Princesses of Husbands, Brothers jA and Children, While jgm Others Are Nursing v Wounded and Crippled Men ^|pB of Their Families ^iSl Viscountess 1 Acheson, Daughter of RidgeIy Carter, of Maryland, Who I3 Nursing Her Wounded Husband, Lord Acheson the charming Miss Mildred Carter, daughter of J. Itidgely Carter, of Maryland. *? Lady Constance Stewart Richardson, wli^BO graceful figure and dances have been widely admired .hi the United States, is a sufferer by the war. Her husband, Sir Kdward Stewart Richardson, a captain in the Black Watch Regiment of Highlanders, has been wounded. Lady Constance is noted tor tite courage with which alio lias bared her feet and limbs to the public. She believes that it is ?t crime for a woman to distort her body ? ivlt.li corsets, tight shoes and other unhealthy cloilies. Iter interpretative Greek and other dances,- which she _ performs with bare leer, have given much pleasure. Her foot, are as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT 1*7 placing an order tor the dolly deliver? to yuor home or ?i (flee of THE TIMES-DISPATCH READ THE WANT ADS They tell of opportunities tor whlcli juu may hove btti lookI r? ic? THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?4th YEAR NUMBER 19,908. . RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914.?TVVEIiYE PACKS ?=kat?br FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS. GERMANS WITHIN FORTY MILES OF WARSAW < __ ' ?' FUSION'S ARMY WILL EVACUATE VERA CRUZ TO-DAY Mexican Port Occupied by American Forces Since Last April. WITHDRAWAL ON ORDER OF PRESIDENT WILSON Anxious to Remove Possible Cause of Friction Between Factions. *TVB BATTLESHIPS REMAIN Will Afford Protection to United ?Stjtf^M Citizens and lie Ready to Meet Emergencies. W ASIll.Vt'iTM.V, November 22.?General Kunston's Infantry and marines, "urnbe.rlng about 6.001 men, to-morrow ''?III haul down tlie Ktars an?l Stripes which have If on flying over Vera Cruz finer lost April, and evacuate tlir Mexican port. In accordance with Instruc??lor.H from I'resident W...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

___ _ _ _ 1 " 1 1 -* Heavy Artillery Duels Continue in Western Theatre of War the wholo front. In Belgium, as In tho region from Arras to tho Olue, there wore only Intermittent cannonades, our artillery evidenced In central more activity tlian that of the enemy. Our batteries demolished many linos of Ocrman trenchcs. The enemy worked elsewhere to construct new ones in tho rear. "The day was equally calm upon the Alsno, In the Champagne. In the Argonno. upon the heights of the Mcuso and In the Vosges." SlTl'ATIO.X fNCIlAXGED IN EASTERN TllBATItH BERLIN, November 22 (by wlrclesu to bondon, 3:10 P. M.l.?An otllclal communication issued to-day stiys: ?*In the oaetorn war theatre the situation remains unchanged. In Poland we still are lighting for victory. The lighting south of Plock and at CzonstochowR continues." kkjiitim; COXTIXIJE8 WITH FEUSISTEXCI2 FETROORAD, November 22.?The following offlclal report from genoral headquarters was Issued to-night: "The fighting between the Vistula a...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

VACCINATION FREE FROM 1 DANGER, SAYS OR. LEVY nilef Health OJIIcor Makes ltluKlnK Defense of This Precaution Against Hniallpox. ' l>I8CI7HSKS DEATH OF ('111 LI) Ooe.s Not Relieve Little Mildred Hays Wanning Died From KHTeets of Tetanus That Ik Traceable to Vaccine Infection. / Dr. Levy's Advice luffTSSSlV '? ?>> nb.on Ninnllpox. I?tfoV7'T? I "h""1'' be vueclnnted i.f " >t,ur oM' ?"??*??? there Ik aome KOO(, ????? for nol nanfu^L ?/?P "'"ould be vaccinated ' "Kr oT <rn or twelve "ctlon i\!r UtJ.atnarily n"?rdH Pr?" Klioultl be ?k.r 5. ,n T?eeliinflnic mid nlao Wfllf" until the firm In entirely Xo shield Nhoald be uaed?It does more htirnt tliuii Kood. rlnn<!^BC. nrt observed, vncii.H.ii p ,por" dnujeer, and "?. * r even from ncrl?un Inconvenience. A More nrm for a fprr da-r? U '?e expected, and thin ??,n? Price to iinj- for protec- "?? ,ro'" n dnnjcerouK, lontlinomc alnrunc like smallpox. T?t a statement. to The Times-D...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

i&rijniorili (tajrJfcpaic!) THE TIMES. Pounded I8SS THIS DISPATCH. Founded 1S30 PoMJahed every day In the jreiir by The TlineaDUpatcli Publishing Company, Ine. Adders* nit ^ommanlfnllonn to THE TISIES-DISPATCH. Tlmes-Dlspntoh lluildtng, 10 South Tenth Street, Jtlctm-noU. Vn. TELEPHONE. liAN'DUM'H I Puhllentlon Ofllee 10 .South Teuth Street South Illehrnond 102T> Hull Strret Petersburg 100 North Sycamore Street | I.ynohltur.it 218 12lghth Street! I1ASDROOK, STOItV Jt nilOOKS, INC.. Speclnl Advertising Representatives. ,\cw York 200 Fifth Avenue Phllndelpliln .Mutual I.lfe llulldloic Chicago People's Gas IImIIiIIkk SVIISCniPTION n.VTKS IIY MAII. Oue -si* Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mos. Moi?. Mo. Daily nnd Sunday 50.00 93.00 91.50 9 .RS Dally only -I.OO 2.00 J.00 .HS Sundny only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 Hy Times-Dispatch Cnrrler Delivery Service In Richmond (nnd unhurhnl nnd Petersburg) Dally *?'th Sundny. one vrrek If! cents Dnlly without Sunday, one vreek 10 rent* S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

Interests Per^on^l MISS SOPHIE R. MEREDITH TO WED FRED G. BOYCE, JR. 'rremonjr. Will Take IM?ce In s*. James's lmUi-ojutl Church ToMttfron ICvrnlii^. m(ff\ eph ,r of 182c Monument Avenue, has Issued Invitations for ;ior"X'"" honor or hor dnl?mari?o Tue?iJ?, Annl? ^,ev?land Cone, on Tuewlas afternoon. December I. iron, which ,VM|CtjC Th? ?n??rtalnmont. morv ,rJ.7n ? " br!a,,tlful alT.ilr In f " , !k ?ne or u number of MIsh rX"" 1 bce" l>l?nhe<l Toinet ha? T; ?M,Vho younger society Hons included In the invliaIiomc tor the Holidays. turnif/i #Fr.?flc?,',P,ta Cai,'Pholl has reInkU1?hm01"1 ''?>? tho Thanksglvhor io (ind"1" now the guest of l . n !,.rV^ ' M.r' u,ui Ml?- ''urI> (Jumpi.'pll W1 v OHt Franklin Street. M.ss if t\\T1 8colt a numuor xL ,t nS?r Kir,s a,"J W?ys-'or d.n"r ut her home Saturday evenlnr In honor of MIhs Camp!,oil. ' <;?**? of Ml%* Williams, Mloa Leon a Dixon, of Now Orleans, !ooo ur- f V"K i,lss Ad"lc' WimatnH. !?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

MENU Oysters on Half Shell Consomme a la Royal Olives Celery Almonds Boiled Shoulder of Cod Sauce Hollandalse Sliced Cucumbers Potato Balls Roast Trufllt'd Turkey Chestnut Stuffing Cranberry Jelly Oinscr Sherbert Browned Sweet Potatoes Spinach Vcpi?on Steak Currant Jelly Lettuce Salad Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie Roquefort Cheese Crackers Coffee Eat Thanksgiving Dinner With Us UNION STORES CAFE Seventh and Franklin Streets, Richmond, Va? r A T II A N K S G I V I N G DINNERS r A ?iUL Server Wednesday and Thursday ?JUC Prom 11 A. M. to 9 P. M. Lynnhaven Oysters Olives ? Salted Almonds Celery Virginia Turkey Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Jelly Stuffed Green Peppers Asparagus Tips Stuffed Potatoes Plum Pudding . Neapolitan Cream Cheese and Crackers . Demitasse Coffee. Just a Few Days In Which to Get Ready for That Thanksgiving Dinner \ There are so many things to be done between now and Thanksgiving that the time will be short for you. There are some things ti at have to be put off, but some oth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

les Are a Part of ery Thanksgiving Dinner CALL YOUR GROCER TO-DAY AND HVE HIM YOUR ORDER FOR THANKSJIVING DAY DINNER. ORDER CONNECTICUT PIES. All Kinds t r onnecitcut Pie Co. 7AUVVV rve Hot Biscuits f Rolls With Your | lanksgiving Dinner f Good Luck Baking Powder Is the housewife's S ight?It's the best, purest, makes the lightest I iinest biscuit bread or rolls you ever tasted. Be Sure to Use "GOOD LUCK" f la Your Thanksgiving Cooking I Ask your grocer; he sells it The Southern Manufacturing. Co. Richmond, Va. * UNITED COUPON IN EACH PACKAGE. 1 " k0USE\VIFH, YOU C' N SAVE ENOUGH ON THESE PRICES TO PAY FOR YOUK THANKSGIVING DINNER. ta Flour?bag, 45c; per barrel $7.00 ;ry Flour?bag, -15c; per bariel $7.00 Flour?bag, 45c; per barrel .$7.00 {Talk Flour?bag, 40c; per barrel .*'0.25 > Flour?bag, 40c; per barrel. $o.3.i per pound 5?6e. Large Tomatoes, can, Ac;' ?, for 25c Rest Corn, can, Oc; 3 for. . .2 c 7 lbs. Staroh 25c Six Star ftfaptha Powders. .25c Swift Premium Hams, per ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES Coach Trench aril to Bring Tarheel Squad Straight to Tills City?Head* quarters at Hotel Jefferson. FINAL 8CRIMMAGK TO-PAY IMnyers in First-CI ass Condition, Excepting Home wood?Totn Thorpe AViil Not He Allowed to Oflleiato .'is Referee. ?1JIAPKL HILL, X. C., November 22. - Departing from tho time-honored policy of encamping within a stonethrow of the city of Richmond tho night previous to tho clawsic Btrugglc, "J'oggie" Tronohard'e charges will procoed directly to Richmond Tuesday night, taking Wednesday morning . breakfast nt tho Jefferson Hotel. Inability to secure the. requisite accommodation* in Petersburg and other suburban Richmond towns determined the innovation to move on tho scene of battle without halting, rr- "ccompanled bv Conches tiTni"0 Cunningham and RluethonU ' ^ra? 'Ki,,art fl"?> Chapel ?iiiii Tuesday. afternoon. ,rn.h?^ ,on 'Machines from Chapel tho c V tUrnlnm' '"?,Uu to Retell on uio fi.tO train. Supper will ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 November 1914

??????i ? ? mmmmmm+mrnmim+m ??mmmmmmmmmmmmmm*4?<A??*****?????mmm^m I SPORTS::! ? ' .1 1THE1N FOOTBALL DOPE UPSET B! GEDRGI1 ly Holding Alabama to Scoreless Tie, She Breaks Opponents' Long Chain of Victories. IX INTERESTING CONDITION Tennessee Now Likely to Claim Championship Honors?No Means to Settle Dispute, as Contenders Do N*ot Meet. i ATLANTA. GA.. Novembor 22.?Inpierent In Southern football yeaterday Jentred around the annual battle between Auburn and Georgia, played In Mlarita, which resulted in a 0 to 0 tie. ' By holding tho strong Alabama Polyechnlc olevon for the entiro distance ivlthout (i score, Georgia not only ac- . ompilahed something which no other ; cam had been able to do this season, ; >ut at the same tlmo redeemed "itself, , n the opinion of gridiron experts, for : ast defeats. Kor Koinu days prior to vesterday's nine, Auburn had been generally roardod as the local favorite, experts r<*dlctlng that the Plainsmen would '."in by nnyw...

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