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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

, <Mg=iL-gL' - ir i', , i i ? Hear Suit Against Great Shipyards Of Newport News i l Norfolk, $ept. 1C.? (Special) ? The ull of Sir Joseph W. labor wood, and , othera holding righte In tho ayetom , of alilp-buMdin*. of which ho la tho Inventor, ifklnat tbo Newport Nowa Hhlphulldlng and lirjrdock Company, which win m neara ntivrt Judge U. < k 1-aw re nee- Qroner. In federal district court today. promlael to be one of the moat Important aiimlralty lltlga- i tluna ever to be tried liere. . s ( The original bill of complaint eras filed In lpM and there have bean hearing* on different point* at Ibaue i alnc* that time. ' The amount at alake run* welt Into the hundred* of thousand* of dollar*. Th* ?att i* baaed upon the alleged failure of the .shipbuilding company to p*y royalty to 8lr Joseph latter* . wood and other* Interested with Mm V for the use of hi* lnvet!ori,ln the construction of several vessel* turned out at Newport Newe alnra 1910. > o r a I.. R...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

FOrRTFEN' r Football Pi f Of Major Seen By ? . i New Rul*!, Probable Styles of Play, Men And Material Analysed By Lawrence Perry? Panorama of Coming' Season C:ncrnl]y Is Encouraging Picl; t.Tf. I lly I hrrurf I'erry (Sj'f. il i rr?'?p '' dent ??f the Hok, j V. r \N . r! J N ew I ) ( , > richt.* ) i An a irate id-a i t the styles of I j > .1 d tor and calibre of k p i a > c r a w . !. t tbull spectators will willies' tr.a fall la furnished in t|i? I follow t-.K uinoi by an eapert on \ the ruic-> and trend* of play, whole | Jntln a.1' know'tjlkc of and acquaint* I a hce with coa.ue* and players from in"' ' r,. JMry to tlm other . f :>a' - , : M" .ih vmiIi authority.) " C guur the inoti interesting i>hua* t ? f t h* : e i.itr football Season 1 which topi ? This Mnk and will coti| tir.u? with . ..n ula! ive thrill and an thueUim until next December la the [ pra lm.; vv a .ii! the new rule ] telatir K t the i Ti? point sco...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

I INDUSTRY MAKES : GOOD RECOVERY i. __ Ee ports Indiouie Surprising Esbound From Striks Depression ? Freight Movement Grows ' Nl* Tnrt <' - 2 - - - ?' ?-f-. ?\D7 in? AH** Pr*n.)~Rtport* r?tt|y*4 In financial and bualnaaa quarter* 4ur* ? In* th# past weak Indicate that the heavy Industries are making a hatter recovery from the effect* of the atrike* than had been anticipated oft coal output la running clo*e to I0.000.000 tuna a week and >uppllas of thl* rommndlty are such that the V Mart Industry, which fall* In th* lowest class of priority. I* now receiving sufficient fuel to run at sixty per can of capacity Instead pf tha fifty per cent of two weeks kgo. More bleat furnaces ar* bslna Ulown in and th* trade expects jll of August's losses In this respect to be tad* Rood presently. Th* limiting factor |n *j??l work* nputl I Its la now. In Tact. not a alio*tax* nf tucl t ut a scarehy of tha ktnd of freigut core needed to sany the Ir Sua fry i predicts. I With soft...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

TIMES AND WORLD NEWS * K * r jli t Tr a I In* . Bfjl. ix. 'i | H ? f. < l? 'h? lilt* K' ' [< . u.l Mo r^r Irvh ? Irtcl.'T Rjr r? o s.- x !i "? 'o ion* term ?d r ' 11 * t -i tri<.n* *il out of , i 1 , rot permitted. N ot ll a v l l > tirtd l?ftr . ir tn tit* m.nl rr?oh tt>* - r .t r * * :lil p tn for . - . .?t tt tiirmmj: Saturday* t IiV'M. .114 : r N \ I IK M (.II I I OK TOIlAV T'.i more Fairs you ex- J In,-. ?.'.:ir?.*U to. the more . I - ? . r.i!',- ?oti f :!I "tuake. The - nii.-n to vou J_ t ry il iy in the year, l.-'i - KiUt SALE A PS" v / AlToMoHILKS for. >1! Wll.l T11AI>K f.it For.l"ef . f t i 1 ' 1 t'li.. tun hr?bn *o??u ??.1' .Vitfi r A l)t\4*ll. I'Uoilf J , )'?K "Al.l r-fi! Couim . li?k.| < on 11 J : j..m M .-! r I it?nr, l?'irty |< j\ ; ; t< k' * /u 1 ~?; ;;o t? > p. n? ' 1 114 > OKI ? ? ?! *;? u.i. Ifl'M vnntlrl. > :?.r &lt...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

Mb, ' GRETNA CITIZENS ; I pBpi Declare That Delegation Has Not Visited Richmond To Complain To Trinkle t ' Danville, Bept. 1<?The report current here that a delegation of Gretna eltliena had gone to Richmond to I make representation# before the gov- | -- v?i utin state prohibition U*nU located In thl* section was danlad yaaarday by Mayor Webb of That town who waa acquainted with the report and asked for a statementHo replied by saying that e was certain that no such delegation had gone but ho Indicated that the ratter has been Ulecuaaed and that reP^ reeentatlona may he made. Anion* at OUJrere The ao-culled 'Uretnu Incident* In which detectives were retained by a group of people to ferret out I bootlegger* with the eanctlen of ' state prohibition u.g?nts has been followed by several Instances of .shooting by. officer's at autonvobima 'presumed to be carrying liquor and more or less of a furore has followed U.?The Officii* i I ii 1111 thai tlii'y shout only at the tires of...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

ETUIITKES f BONO OFFERINGS REACH HIGH LEVEL P*' |P Last Week's Total Next To Hiph Record?Industrials Feature New Issues \rw Tr'V Sept. 17.? (Pjr the Aket?1 '.- ?.?>? New bond offerings ' - ' r-'nhu.l ( Kn 11 r r? r I i h d .\ni4l I'i.OOO In addition to the i" .rrji'rt'i offering of $200. ffio r.t i ?f treasury certificates, which two and one-half tltnea . ' *. i. .' : d. Only 'once before the vii A|>rll 2S when $232.225.> (i? w< : h if bonds was put out. haa the ! r.tow offerings exceeded that '' l.i : week. The sudden ap).. a-.. <f "ho fall Investment dei * -in by the fact that the >. ,r - - .i. -t total of 17.000.000 tta.t r.-? <1 only three weeks ago. * ti >' il s?jes totaling $53,000,(i'o fiat -i ' now flotations, the ' ?rt? -t i ' v . ch was an offering of 5 > tin-year five per cent n : ? of Swift and Company v hii-.li n re sold at 57 to yield 5.40 prf i- This Issue was heavily ov...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

,"*""" " "" " ' L-l Market and F MARKETS AFFECTED BY NEAR EAST NEWS IB \ ; Grain Shows Big Else Since Thursday?Street Optimistic For Peaceful lerminauon r Staart P. Wee*. ^ (Uy Special Leaned Wire to The Hoanoke World-News.) i Wall Street. New York. Sept. \t.? V Wall Street got down to bualneaa thla morning to find that a genaral and rather ahurp decline In the securlty marketa abroad and an eqally general, although not an pronounced a drop In the foreign exchange*. Xrench Oovernmcnt bond* In l*arle i and London were off a point to two] point* liritlah cottHol*. were lower and Sterling. down 11-2 cente In the tound. .There evidence* of concern urgr The political altuatlon In the; Near t:u*t, which had not appeared) on Saturday, could not be Ignored In the. market* here. Over-Sunday nf?; fair*?hud?rnaiiif'*Uy?become more acute hy the ?en?atlonal liritlah note calling upon the Altlee and the British dominion* to aend force* to oppose the Turkl?h advance. Along thf* were other war-like...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 18 September 1922

TWENTY V Mrs. Harding Will # Stay In Capital \, ? .,<,(? On H..?d to Hecerery? F _ I-.. - t "I N.?l Twite \ uriitln*. V .? , t '7 ?(Hv The A?RE i .n. M:> lUrtllnf, now l":i. complete re, [ \, ii i t .??-rloui) 111 ,v . -p. \<J the entire ,, w..; . r; i,t the White ji ilnv ^hy those th.it anxiety L . . ,.!i*i-t ine oT her ? i !i \ ari??ua re . * : K unuld no 10 - ? -re. or to me : 1-,-r a* ?(iqn ? \ utl.orltatlve \ that the * - . t v | .1 \ o decided ? -.k< i i f a set; . \\ .1; kept here for ir v a* ral?J to \ t. ' :> hi? plans for j . , . s . t:.n I> in the w.- < v. re for the . M-? to tnake ? t! r ut- li the \V< st . ! . ..sjca. Iill>t\'? I \ K\T*. / . h p : . e ,|av of Chile \. m V * > "..??.c primary cam...? ? tod.iy. . : : e fc-ir.ua r.:i?t- rn State* IZtpni : !? i far at spr ir.i;fU-ld, Mars.. cart to Norfolk and Richmond. I lift A . M.?For Peleraiurg. Richmond an&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

k ,v; "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" The Roanoke WorW-Xewe (i the only afternoon newspaper la Virginia recntring 'three lowed wire eeiiliw. VOL. 40?No. 69. Jul ? v. ?* ME IBS DARDAHEL - : - " j nnimn ito nnriaim DttllMJ 115 YVmU < 1 . No Lessening Of Excitement In England Over Government's Announced Policy To Fight If Necessary?Press I And Labor Generally Opposed To Any Actual Warfare ? Preparations Continue For Eventualities. London. Sept. 1?.?(By The Associated Press.)?The British Cabinet takes the attltade that Qreat Britain will undertake military acI tlnn .Inn. If of France and Italy, to protect the (yeedom ot the Dardanelles. It was authoritatively stated after this forenoon's protracted cabinet meet& : " " . r An official communique issued from Downing Street this afternoon declares In snbstance that the Government stands l)y its pronouncement of policy issued' to the press Saturday,, notwithstanding newspa; per reports to the contrary. ~ French Back Polncar*. ? ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

TWO : ENGINEERS SEEK E PRACTICE RIGHT ' IN EVERY STATE K. . Reciprocal Registration Will Be Broached At Meeting Of Council Of State Board of Examiners CJ.i-iL'i . "4 Vt *-l nppmfnt be*. * t -i ?l: '. 'i i. jM permit in em hit in on* Mute | to prai'i li; < (! 'r il.itu "ill 1>? kMnrliri >t ? ".i i t;ni: Mi* 1'i-uncli of Stat* II ar>i? K "Ki.'W ?>r |:ik Ex miri-r* '> i- "h> M h<ie iVt"l.er I, jcmri!ir e la S l!?mT.:#ll, >! .lack onvillr. 1'..: , rt * ! !it of the iOunoil A \? !1 ! mil>?illti-?l at II* r- <-*liinc he *onl inued. *? h? rcIA : * viral into r<l? tan iniiK* n'lit- law* opirulnf f >r r?-> r i? n i*i ration without l_- cho-YRlr.g '. " . _ , L ~.. Tl>e ?:n - r? In-the orwin. I oil corrrr a:j '<il<>rado, KlnrI ida. Itlahi' * Indiana. l< wa laouiaiar > Ml ngan M...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

. MRS. MR HEARD BY MANY WOMEN . Large Attendance At Meeting Of Bnainess Women's Council?Varied Program For General Meeting Oy?r two hundred womtn atUaM tho mooting of tM Virginia Aaher Buaineaa Women's Council last night la Oroono Memorial Church, at which lira Virginia Aeher, of tho Billy I,' Sunday party, waa th? iM?k?r. Following th* of tn# Council. Mr* Aihtr *pok? to * large public gathering In tho church, taking aa her text. John 22: 1S-1.7. Prior to tha moating of th* council. aupper was served in tha Sunday L School room of th* church at p. m. and owing to th* larg* attendance th* meeting waa not atartad until 7:4 5. A musical program was greatly enjoyed. Miss Katie.Koell, president of the local council, presided. Mrs. Kidney Small sang a solo, and waa accompanied at tlwe piano by Mlaa NelWe Stewart. Following this. Mrs Aaher and Mrs.- John'Trout'sang * duet. Mrs. Aaher then apoke about th* organisations which had been started I all over the country and presented a copy of TS...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

I' SOCIAL ANC Bpl MS3 J. W. SH] Rjl Office Hour* 9 to 10 A. M Ph( l ..nrrri I'nf tifbrrw. - I * , :h? f ?rden pump. > , * Out ? ? - .?1 to*d fro*? jump; I; The r ? rid h?n come to . Ar, 1 .1. ':k? wild to the weeda v - ? 1 wonder when Th*v v ? * t'ick id inw pump !-">a--i : v.-. hert :rJ?. ?nikf? and .? ?t > r 1 iv.t . ?v ? rry about thosa l'rr.>li|iltil Kntrrtalnmrnfa. II r Mxe Party. j?: j I'?t. !l< ton VauKban. v v v it iMs ?ho la the icueat J * 1 r ; * Mr. and Mil C. K. i; :?t 'l.irford Hall. Ralelich ? jrv ? rv rain at, three tables i ' n !e? t n'-arow afternoon J / Mia* i. 1 ' * t r e Miyder. t firm iwa Tea. - \: -v ; i : T"a.-? trill be hoatea* f f.f-..n i.'-r >r t-h Friday afternoon ,.l t:.e - rv < lib. ha\ioff aa her ' 1 ?n >r ^ l - ih .* ? < .Vralpn. MJ?a ?"hr b-. .d?-r. .. I > -Mt of next " | V-? .' ?lmu Pendleton To ralrrlllu fnr Mtn <myrter. M K' ' ?;...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

pfT " L N Police Court News - V Patrolmen Korean and Ad kins' had tha "old (ox cam*" war hod on them Sunday afternoon. They warr positive that they aaw Kd. Gravely, colored. making far home with a pachi age. Ed. became "hot-footed" upon learning that he wae trailed, eo they aald. and dashed into hla home. Patrolman Morgan follow ad . officer Adkloa heard nolae afld n* a Jar ol whlikw that had com* tiring out i of a kitchen window in Ed.'e noma * and landed la a pile of sand without breaking. K4. wae a aurprleed colored man upon being Informed that be was wanted, ho, air, there , was a mistake. Why, he'd beat home all the afternoon. It couldn't have been L him. Surely must have been somebody else. The officers said they knew beyond a doubt that JCd. was the man. Then Ed.'a wife got Into the argument. She tried to act In the capacity of intermediary. True the whiskey L was found In the sand pile, but why not pour It out. she declared. The officers were not getting anything for making ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

pine The Roanoke World-News EataNirhed 1UI ROAXOgK VA D FubUebcd Kvnr Da/ EicfPl Sunday - ur ? TXRES WORIJ) CtlRPORATlOX. Ttmry HulMuik. Rouokv, V* ^ P mHBCRK. Rdilor. Vfmbrn of r I Ithi ii brwapaprr Pubilehera' A?elation F .Snull'trt N-xatatxr PubUebefV Aaaoctalioe K Tb<* AaroeiaUnl I'rrae |t" Audit Bureau of Circulation Tba Aeaoeietrd t'rraa U exdualTcly eg. - . titled to tbe uae for rrpubtlcatloo of nil ,> " Mtr> dtepatrbra frr llltd to II or not Otherwise credited in tbta paper and alao r., . the local nrwa pubbibrd bcrela St' - P<mr.lfi7r~RErrRESENTATlVE Tral ck a Bana loc Nrw V or It and CbtCMO katercd TT PoatoSIc* at Roanokr, V'lrftnia aa Sc-ond CJaea Mall Matter IE " KATES IN~ADVASCH " 15 cm4p irr week payable to carrier. SC?l.t?'r fear payable at tbe oBIco BT MAIL Daily. on* jrpir Sit 00 n?. 1 jr. 011 ls?.*ntht MAO I Daily, three months ..01 AO Daily, otif monib SO.ftO ? TK UtV-HOKKS Dunoc the D?t All Calls S14C At Mfbt (, 3" p M....

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

i - -- im Qftf* ilu (Pnhliah^H y IWlor- lnHlint wijluam faiin. ' man Students Hurry Through Work r To Get To Fair V? Pertods Were out short this mcnt" Inc. ?nd IcfioiM hastily recited Id order that the student My might turn out for the Great lioanoke Kalr. A flurry of suppressed excitement waa prevalent throughout the day and when the doora were thrown Open v about noon, the Pair !>ay epirlt took hold, and everyone marched home' to . a haatv lunch In order that thay might aee what they could aee, aa early aa possible, even the Paculty welcomed thie part holiday from the daily grind, with ami lea upon their . physiognomies. Several ahort aaacmbllee were held / In -the earl/- morning'-In order that aoaM Imnnrtent animnrt-rmi r n awiui be made. All- periods have been shortened to date. In order that all schedules might lie fixed and all conflicts and other difficulties straight* ened out before the actual worh of the term began. Mr. Parsons, and those assisting htm. have bee...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

^W>' * z5 . c \ F EIGHT E GEORGIA STATION W- - IS NOT FAVORED fk: Fight On Watermelon Diseases Will Be Continued In Commercial Fields I, WashtnxKn. 1>. Sept. 18.?The V. S. Auro-ulrure 1 o part merit takes the posith n that greater auoi'Ms can l-? obts tnc.l jit fighting w atermelon diseases cxptrlmntlng In commercial field" ai.d shifting the work from year o ><ar than be eslitblish lng a j -rmanent expe riwintal farm for t he ?i tnlc. Th:* I'mlot. I" expressed In a letter Iron I >r W. A Taylor, chief of the Iturcau of P.ant Industry, to Ser.ator \\ n. J Harris, of Georgia, who had a* :h< request of the Watermeo-.r-Growers Association, laid bef<+e the derailment plans for establishing a watermelon experiment station id Georgia. In the Georgia I.eg.Mature Ilepresentalivc W tod ward. of " Cook County. ' introduced a bli.1 providing for "experiments P. watermelon growing a't t..- Coastal Plains Experiment Stati...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

' TIGERS ARE FAST coin FRONT Hampden - Sidney Gridiron Heroes Are Out In Force For Practice >.; L w . , n,y> . ***" It?with 1 iy*JS251? elevens facto* each other i%TE?""ul*? i *^c'^ ?'t**?oon. much fhl .J* )?in* experienced hy r- r the^ Tiger Institute. Thla 7T^2. _ Itoundy haa sufficient linemen o make, the icHmmace a h * machine, whereaa formerly Weighty men caused an SKW??!? lh? line# of the var?<?rub teams. j r The Titers are fast rounding Into 5 .J j preparation for the *aate on Maturday of this week with V. P. I. L ** came between then# two InntU tenons this season should be vastly Interesting since the Tiger team Is rated aa being much stronger than i, ? learn of last year which gave *; P I. such a tusefe. and which lost ? a ? w?v*? ncur? OI 19 lO f? UI court#. Ben Smith'# ibtonco from Hartip-lrn-Sidneys line-up "will d* tract from tha strength of that ln\ atltutlon'e offense, hut tha fact that the Tiger* have a much stronger dt(?om is likely ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

IfeifiWi p UNDER ARREST! former Assistant Postmaster f Of Southampton County j Office Faces Charges E* Norfolk >.v !* ?'! ? A Hunn. Mbrincr!> I >!ln.l?irr at' |gW(om>', > ' >unt>. I* f " ! > III . 1 i- Mttdcr tr?i I ' JI ' ' ?r ln .irintc Mit Frld*> > : .. ? iKi ol t-inbi-xi ni. K Btinn ?.?? ?. ?! ! t.v ? deputy marshal *-..J . ' to V ifolh Krl: 4av ins hi , ' A ihnrMi'i ' 'a.-i $i"h In 'the ftlln.* : \v JlnMol1 Her t ; *" ! ! p. ninfTioe In ' pcctor* A .1 -:V H-.t.? rt M (Ferguson, 'p nn?r<r ?T the tillage. ?Ko l< ' lh< inatisf mcnl nt the ponl-xlh i- ' Uui.n. made u|> th? hprlas'" anil F.-d.-ral authorities <1 j<t not irr.nndirit' prm eed. against Bunn j?-.:I ?n;Mi-*'.t d^i elupmi nt * I caused tlifin to Mn-ar out a warrant tor t lie a 11 < -1 i : t in H n. Accordm#; in I lii- inspectors- u ho che...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

rriHiH"!H^IM 1 OCTOBER CALLED THE APPLE MONTH ^ Governor Designates A Week And A Day For Observance Throughout The State Richmond. Sept. It.?The following l la tha text of a proclamation, designating Apple Month, Apple Day and Apple Waal. In Virginia, Isauad by . Ilia Kxcallancy. K. Lee Trlnkla, Qov\ arnor of Virginia: Whereas. Tha apple crop for tha United Btatea Is much larger thta jwr man in? ivert(? and tha mar>? ket demenad extremely light with prices very low; and Whereas. The apple crop of Virginia thia year la leaa than one-third of a full crop and even thla amount la not being consumed at prtcoa profitable to the growers, and a Whereas. The growara through tha aaalatance of tha Htata and National Departmenta are making an effort to properly atandardlxe and pack Virginia apples, and thay can ha put In touch with buyera and eonaumera. now. . . k Therefore. I. E. Lea Trlnkla. Governor of Virginia, do hefaby dealgnate October aa Virginia Apple Consumption Month; Tues...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

M^twfxvb , ' ifohl i? poor i judgment; lost BO " I Sports Writeer Thinks Crucial p Defeat Due To Untimely Shift Of Pitchers R; It. John II. tN??(rr (It\ S;r. I, ;i*?*il \V|r? Co Tli? It. ;.- k. U urltl-Nvws.) < ! ikim. it P New \ Kept 1"?Manipulating hlf> pit " unsatisfactorily cost Kohl !r? i ?t n as manager of the C!?r*rU I; um> C 'ft St. I.out" the ch*ni:ot.?:iip of the American 1^-jiKiu r.i The cowardly game of pit -hi r **>MrrK l>.n taken much out of tlie m.i -itt.ii of baseball. The la?' tiu 'ti!" figures of today I TKbn 1-1 i! it New York ? chances for h'*ff!:-k !' World* err Irs arc brightening. The Yanks have ten games ieft to play anil the llrotvns nine If the Yanks with a lead of a ifamn and a half before Tuesday's baitl. at I'otrol'. win el* games, the I Brown* must take eight of their nine. If the Browns Win seven ana the Yank* only five i>f the romalnlnir ten.- t'irn tho Drown* cop. Th<- nun.....

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