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

; . \v ' T w: r-? 7 | National League | Won boat Pet. New Terk M S3 'p Pitteber?k M as .Ml Bt. Loot* II ??3 ,|U Clnolnpatl IT M .Ml tkleago 71 M ..US BkJ|? IS .? idelphla '..' (1 IS qn 17 II ?? At New Itrfc. , -'Score bjr Inning*: It. H. E. Cincinnati .... 000 100 100?S S Mow .Yerk ..... ??0 003 00a?f 13 t Coach. Markl* and Hargrave; Scott ^ and Snyder.. ' . "At Brooklyn. Score by Inning*: R.B.E. ('blrano ?.... 000 000 103?I 10 3 Vrooklyn 000 030 Dot?3 . > 1 ' Khufmann. Hteuthnd and CTFarrcll-. k Vonco and peberry. * s 1' . i i / v At BmIm. ' \ 4t Sdore: St. *x>ul? 010 too 000?0 11 ? Uoatun 000 300 300?4 10 1 1 r(?(T?f and Alnonffth: Hullhan. Otnttkb, llraxton, Matthew* and iyjctiu. At Philadelphia. flAt aarne?Score: J IK. H. E: I'llUhurah ? 001 335 000?U 13 0 1 i- JfAUa. .010 003 000?3 0 6 .. Morrison and Kchtnldt; Hubbtll,-O. Smith and Henllne. , . .necond same?Score: RH.E. I Plttuburgh ?. 090 000 002?J 7 3 mu 100 OoO 04*?6 19 0 Morrlaon. Hamilton and Schmidt...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 19 September 1922

romcopM ACiEPTS $425,000 ' fR I Shirley Ordered To Get Bids [ .For Constructing Road If'J Near Greenville w ?? ^ HlcJ; : - I uni!?r I the I: : i i ? j> t ? t ow i .? I ?' J. t ??t 1IJ a.UOO Were . I v state. IHjchuay r n:?*t in XUrhir : .jy Add-: >:: l" the fcni'Ui i : } > ?? w re mailt- ! > the i?> ' i (lie of pr wii), Hates for h< at 11 I I : ' t1 < a* ion m tua<|e ^ In-1 u I ' ?. * ?l in The j .JStafe t l ... S> ?<rf male. *hlrlr.T i.?u I nxtrurt leti*. f ("lif.tri ll- *.:> Shirley ?a? auth. r.r? 1 I'.x.rtme !or l.nls for the ft !Hf ir.lira of road on re;.*- . .r < Ireetivtlle. and to n- alv-tt - ' r I .'l.? tor the street throtitih : ' ? . . f Halifax. The ad ill "i ' .' ! than two m Its frotti the Mo!" : t \\ a v r: t AOComur Poutltv t ... . I.: r I lie tw...lot. * Inf i \i -? Hi v was uu?" - i|.*ji f I . : .t i? r tin; ii)*t t. IhV i i" ',1 r:i tl...

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

y FA W -- ' 1 I ?' -v TH* WORLD NJEWS (MM adrrrtlaloa rtM ? a Ho* oounUnc 0 word* to tk* Dm L Display eiaaaifled Me per tack i* , All claartfted adrertMaa Mrletlr ?uk to adrance ftprclal cwk reU* to lea*-tar? ad> eertiarr* * application Caah aoat accompany an oot-ot ! . - to wo order* k MtaelaaatMaUaoa aot oaaliad. *? rau or Mary bluck-tsMd Ifw pramttwd All tdiirtlmmu irruat reach ths buaincaa office by 8 SO p. m. tsr publication oral moral or: Saturday* k PHONE ?1?. - ! ' ' ' I * A THOUGHT FOR TODA* The more sales you expose yourself to, the more L " sales you will make. The * - -opportunity 1* open to you .. erery day in the year, thru the "FOR 8ALB ADS" . * FAIR COLUMN. ; HOUSEWIVES A "NEW PERFECTION" OIL COOK STOVE , With "Superfex Burners" will s be Given Away Absolutely FReE At the Standard Oil exhibit , on the midway at Roanoke ! Fair. Visit the exhibit and get a free coupon. c Also a 5-gallon can "POLARINE MOTOR QJL" free each day. I ______ MW Good wear Tailored C...

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

K SIXTEEN Business Today vAlth'rrh further progfeaa waa >tttlnril u K the pant Week In dimPf Inat ? - > obstacle to business p. Trc . the in tba HT mat' ' ' U> were characterized by a'gna f u ertalnty. Thla was not *h " : prulng. ?< It had become villi d-.r:* g the preceding fortHp. ,*>1*1 ' h-' >? tnarketa wer? dlaVi>u k the expected good nawa, and f ". mi. t > ' ad come thera would pa- r> !> a realizing of profits and ?on-... ! ?.'.mcy on the part of tradera iia to t;,, text turn of eventa. The terrr.j-nt'ori .f the hard and aoft , , ' no unit the partial adjuat iii I).- rail atrlkea have not jif :-r*re4i?te end 4j> the fuel L and -.1, ttatfon difficulties. Some *.!>? have found It ad. * ' lay freight embargoes In r*;?cune uir niutnueiu u i . a ii-.-l in other case* the priorities ? ?. . i j fin-! are Impeding the shlphavi i ommodltlea. This Ik idaMe ...

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

. - J. k I - 1 Market and Fi WALL SIRE NOT WORM OVER WAR Prices Harden- On Settled lew?Prompt Reversal Noted Prom Former _* ' Reactions Br IIMrl P. WMI, (Br Special Leased Wire to The World-New*. Copyright IMS.) Wall Street, New York, 8ept. II.? In all the markets today, a mora faf vorable view I* taken of the Euro* pean political' situation. No experienced observer believed Monday's commotion was anything resembling a genuine war scare.' There were too many essential characteristic* missing. Uut whatever uneasiness there bud been was considerably modified thlt morning despite the apparent determination of the other j^Sropean Allies to let England go It alone In opposing the Turks. French Government Issues recovered abroad and here, and so did British consols. The foreign exchanges were decidedly better, with Sterling across 14.41 '? again and Prance back over all and mere of the ground loat the previous Cotton Improved while wheat option* f< ll sharply. Stock* had a fair...

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

PTP.ITTFFM ^REHABILITATION | I PROBLEMS GET f CONSIDERATION Various Civic Organizations W . 1 v Represented At Luncheon ?Bureau Representatives Speak I T?r ' " - it-. .?! r.t to th<? rehabilltfct. 'U ' vrirMf" of thr World Wur noro <! t at Irnieth yntcrday Aftrrn -i a? 11 luncheon h?ld In the t-ar.qio l.all f ih" Y. " W. C. A.. M'l'.nh na- attended hv rrprccenta Ilvn o: m- notary. mwuciik ana l.io:. ? t'i'ths. the Association of Commerer. n.-ul the Roanoke sub-district office of ih>- l'. :j, V>tfran? Bureau. , Almof M ?*!app. assistant employment ri preventative of the burrau, I. ! .<> <1 '* Mission relative1 to the return to rlvillan life of veteran* who had n rehabilitated. Mr. Clapp state.1 nnphatiriittv thnt there men w?ie no disabled hut. that they r-.i'dy t.. step out into the world and v eet competition on an .equal - fo.n :r.L- nl'jL uliiiX- people. t'apt a in " Montgomery. subtlest rut m .ii.it't o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" The Rotaok* WorM*Xe?i I* tM only afternoon newspaper it Vlrflkit retfirlH three leased wire err Ices. ' VOL. 40.?-No. 70. BfUEVEM WILL ATTACK DARDANELLES Constantinople Has Information That Kemalists Will Disregard Frenoh Warning And British Show Of Force .FuiHenrM QoAn Of Cn?h m v >msw> WVII VI VUVII Step?Total Destruction Of Smyrna Not Intended. Constantinople, Sept. 20.?(Br The Associated Frees.)?Informatioa that Mustapha Kernel Pasha Is preparing to launch an attack tor the poeeesaion of the Dardanelles la spite of the exhortations ol General Pelle, French high commissioner. Is causing undisguised anxiety In Allied military circles in the capital. It la not improbable that such an attack will be made before the end of the present week, it la stated, the Turks taking advantage ot the fact that the British have not yet concentrated all their forces. , The British, however, are declared to be determined to hold the Straits at all costs, reg...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

TLfPANT FLINir f AT FLAPPERS BE 1 SECRETARY DAVIS Labor Expert Crows Serious, Though, In Discussing ! Child Welfare And 5-1 Child Labor Celumbu*. Ohm. Sept SO?(By the f. AlMflltril 1 reti.l ? Flighty folblea and tha filppar;. y ft the "flapper" Secretary of labor Ida vis declared " today In addres? it; g I lie American Insurance I'nun, are disturbing evils jii t!'<- s-.h i.il lubric of the nation ? hi- .1 inii! he overcome. The ."Iniquities i f i tir younger Bet, the flippancy of the i Kirotle-smoklnf. cocktail-drinking liapper Is all about 8s." 1 >- added, explaining, however, that he had ' supremq faith lo the youth.of the land," and In the "mothers of Aircriia,'' "We hear " Mr. tuvls raid, "much of evil tendencies among our girls and boys. of erotic conversations nr.d literature in our schools on<l hunves. of the exuberance of youth turned to outbursts of sophisticated sentimentality " Such conditio]^, he added. ?er? disturbing. The things, howeve...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

Sure Relief FOR IMXQESTfOM , \?Y^7A? Rf vl ft " i KUANS 25? and 79< PKJh|?I Cv?rrv?hr? ' ; ? Can Annlam 7li# www Fa// Is Urged By State Officials Richmond. S?pt. 1?.?(Special.) ? Now ( tha tlma to buy Virginia apples for canning, preserving. cooking and agtlng. and all houae-Ueepere should taka advantage of tha praaant prlcaa to put up a good supply. Apples ara chaapar thla fall than * they hare been for several years owing ta a large crop of -fall apples In parts of Virginia and other,JH*te?. < According to the Federabhtata Crop Il?flAP(lfUf Marwlna *?" ? ' " '"* ??V? % Itv tViUMrcmi cro|> In Vlrgliilt la less titan a million barrel a I Hia yaar and lamuckUn ban usual, but tha crop bar* In the aatarn part of the United Htatea is larger than the average. so tha de* \ .nand In other sections for Virginia apples la much smaller than usual, therefore, the people ot Virginia have be opportunity of securing the fine i flavored home fruit at a reasonable p...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

T^MnrrRoru IS II EASY TO j LIVE A CHRISTIAN?" jrQipiy Evangelist Preaches On pPj Need For Enthusiasm And Self-Denial Among Chrintiana m ? (( nlrlknlrl.) The f\ ara?o?t d I wuseed lart night M ,ti the qttcntior. "ir tt f??y to live a Chrle: iai. 7" li' ?tnH that once he *t|* Iffin to pr?afh from the word, ? i* "Follow r ? ." .i:u! at the end of two *ffk? he war Mill Preaching from a>m* *1 ftfil* Thf r? wen wo murh to be said < n following Christ. b"r> >i> on this subject there is so much IS J more to be salt 'hati can be uttered ' i * In one bru-I hour. Jesus put his " 8 lh?urht in a brief statement when k?. he *sid. 'If sn.v one will be my dts elple let him deny himself." It Is rJi our tit"'>' program It Is not a mat.? ter of .<tinj.iv elothtnir which may be folded >ip and laid cnrofully away, but a nisi ter of constant practice. Jehus said. 'Let him deny himself i .. < daily." Then th...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

GATE W LADS : AFOUL1HEIAW . rv?; . ?t? n Suspected Of Being Rum Runners While Bringing Autos From Columbus, 0. * Oata City. S?pt. 19.?The bunch et Oate City boy* who want to Columbus Ohio, for tho purpoao of brlnxln* bnok'throuxh tho mountains s nunMr of earn for tho Onto City Motor Company, had an unexpended. excltInf and not altogether pleasant experienee an they rolled Into Char lea - w 11 % ?) mum* wnf if . tk?r received the MTtreit Jolt of their lives, and Instead of gliding through <Uis city over Its well paved and glittering streets In pomp and glory ond ctrsumstance amid the approving applause of the populace and the waving of daintily perfumed handkerchiefs by the fairy queens of famine lovllnese. they were rudely commanded to halt by a * rim-visas-ed cop. who Invited them to alight from their glvvers and accompany him to headquarters. To say that they ware dumbfoundedand mortlrted beyond expression, would be stating It mildly, and without a word of prpteet they ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

I Hie Roanoke World-News EmoitiM |so? BOAMOU VA V ! Cirri Day ElcrDt Sunday I ?n? WDRIO) COEPURATIOS. Tusri ftulkjmt Htucokr. V? p1 JPMC* F rjSHBPltN. Editor Mrmbrra of ^MMeai Nrnrt.rr I'ubhabarr Aaaoctat'oo I, MMkm k>TN?. r INjhllafccra' Aaaodallco lTir Atwialo) PrraO Audit D.imu of Clmilai loa i^tRa A?" iat'V Ifio t? rxcluatvely an'll MM to th? uar for rrpuMtfatloa of All P pMf dupai 'hra rrMlltd to It or not f MBorai* .-rxtitro tn thu p?r*r and alao - it ?ho V-a or?? t'uMirbnf hrrrto M- "" KOKFJON* HCIKESENTATIVB PrAlirk a h .-ca Idv N> W York and Cbtcaso Sntorod 71 I' <!,d! rlt Itnanokn. Vtrfinla. If \ HI An-onj C'??? Mall Matlrr [j> lT RAT IS IN ADVANCE 1= r"B!" I " ?l?? L' -J . ?- IU larnri I' * ?? I* i?r ?>-?r P?T?blo at the olu* BY MAIL Da'lr on? rtsr 15 00 I', Mk|)r, ?i\ month# - .1*^4) Da'.lr ihrrf ti nnl5i II SO ' t; Pa.'lr. t>rte mnrlb SO.AO >F ~ T K LI I'Ml.NLs I>unu< the ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

I s r: . r. tU >' V ?',---' , ..._?A;r Vli ':". ^v..'. " . 5typ lu 4s '" ?.KtT-Vif. (Published 1 Cdltor* i * / *? '*. ' AMtetaot WIUXUC >AEUft. ALO Two Assemblies '1 AtHiYerferday Hi's school soaston yesterday con! siate(i st two thlrty-nalauto period*, wnd * twin assembly. The assarabltaa wero In Ardor iksi -? ? !? - TZ M vwn?iu (Nll'UI 1BIII Announcements ml(ht be mail*. and ' the Absence of six of the periods *u au* *?_* > pretence of tho (Jreat Roanoke Fair. .The first assembly was for the low. * f-'aasmen. rrtnclpsl Persons told of tho elimination and chance of many of the clsssss and emphasised the Importance of full classes the Inst two period* He also stated that no per* inansnt excuses for any periods are ^a^he (ranted until the schedule Is ' Reyerxlloet articles were display, ed and dslmsd by. the losers. A ... warnlns was (Ivan about t?avlh( valuables In the cloak rooms, or * ?*?? boofca scattered about the halls, en the radiators and sill...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

^ Emm NEW ORDER ISSUED 1 PREFEMAL RATESJNFREIGHT Mine Supplies. Fertilizers, Medicines And Seeds Are Added By Commission I 11) Thr 1 rd (Washington. Sept. 1 !>?The Interstate Commerce today Issued a new service order covering preferential shipments eastward from the ^Mississippi and adding mine sup; plies, medicines, fertilizers, seeds, newsprint paper and petroleum to -the list of commodities to be given priority movement. The order, effective at midnight. September 20, also permits use of open top cart, after the discharge of eoal carried jin them, for transportation of road, and build.r.g construction material. :01 s, >rfl hi'.m1 - .jipiU't ?- ? f The new order cancels and supersedes service order 23. and puts all eoal shipments tnto the priority }class. l'?e of open top cars for commodities other than fuel Is permitted under the mling only when their destination is in tho direction In which the <ats are destined for coal loading llrnoon For Order...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

' T ammanJ Clan He Le In New Y< ? '1 T"?' ' . . (By Special WJr* to The | > Roanoke World-fitwt.) (Copyright^ Now ' TWk, Sept. ' JO*?Charlr* fj.; Murphy up*nt the ftrat dap ot iifa twenty-first year as ftupteme lead - - nan piljlll m? favorite timr?politic*. H* <*??- ] brated tediy the twentieth annlverurjr of the assumption of a power more absolute than that weildsd by potentate* and price*, by reviewing the reap Kb" of Tuesday's primary election* and learning Who were to -. be hie district lieutenants In the coming open season for/vote*. Cartdcned en 1 viilifi.d. courted and cajoled, attacked and supported. looked down on tar some and loV:.d up to oy infinitely gr.Mtcr number* as ths Ills boss.. Murphy, si-, ways Impei turbable. ha* been mas*' ter of the Tammany Tlgcf for a longer term than any of his predecessors In the 1JS yesrs that Tammany Society or Columbian Order has been In existence. And he If atlll on thekh V In hi* time. Murphy has faced...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

/ B|;' TEN I SOCIAL AN] I, MRS J. W. SI Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. PI ??__ i- \ i > t %?. bad* I* ? ?. ??.! thif ks Th?> Lor.) i; I " cooi . '. . ! IV !? . k 1A it)f ?. L..' ... .wnni i ;.? >Alln ! ! k Comf >rt.k : ri: K?!l? t * i t' - > 1V*!I? ?rw ' 1 tUnKS. |. At |?! I . Ma tijr * v .. ' " '*'r? ' ' (iornt *- ' ! * * Thf Wli.f. .. ! But !>.?. ? \? r; Oil ?a:: - ?. > ' I Al. l ' v a f 1-1.1 11,11 tV." ' I' ? 1 . n i?;, li i . i . " -A -;- -H"' ' >? tt itii f. : T? >>1. 1' ? ! tt *T . ! ?tt- . i M . I .. . ' t > , ??n t ? ! I * - ,\. , kt . . : .? : . .. !.'> J<K ? i. Ni j t * T n For 'I r. \\ llll* llncnn M il . > : .1 la*; ii ifar s i ; ? I a r > l Mil*. \V !i is lll.lKi'1 n . n ' S.il i'ii.iv f v I Ir ni'n?l'*'li \ >. v re w it! live. f\..;r IjM< ? * ;.* J |>. NiianiiLr ? ullmr lirria...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

*f MAY BE VICTIM ' OFFOULPLAY *> Petersburg Trunkm'aker Is Found Near Railroad Track With Skull Fractured iPaUrabuff, K?pt. 19.?John fe. B?lch?r, whlti-. a trunk mtkir. rtaliin* ob Commtrei Btreet wu found In an uncomu-loua Condition alongside th? Norfolk and Wtittrn railroad tracka thla morning about o'clock naar Dat?r<?a Croaalng. K*an> I nation by phyalclana found a fractured ahull. Abratn Spain and Bam Palmar, whlta, war* going to aa lea plant whan thay ran acroaa tha unconaclou* form of Balchar. Thay notified Detective Coleman, of tha railroad company, who In turn advlaad local police hnadquartera. Mergeant Payne immediately went to tha scene frith the patrol wafon and brought tho Injured man to tho office of a phyalclan. who immediately ordered him taken to the hnapltal. Myatery aurrounda tha caae and aom# auapect foul p'ay, while others are of the opinion that Mr- Batcher was walking along the mllrond trark whan ha waa atruck by a train. No on...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

1 Bonus Veto Mes |p Out By P I jBf, (111 Thr B l" ~ I 'I ? * i I ' fit MtaBtrdliiK ? fol|P' .**To t!.- r. - l:> v ' nt.iUvct:. l( ? ? i "(? proJ>W? >, f,>r the y -i i ?ther l -ri - O Wit I, ! ptpi>?o "f the *>111 t V i . ? ' I. ? I .1 tlJltiuU-& ffratltu<l. . ?h> e. rv.-.l in It* <! ! ':> w-'tlil war. I urn In ?rr ! : .* : > r;? pr>>\ li'lon* I * do not ' : The I nltril Slate* MVrr w i-..? t ' < Kr.iti-fnl. it cannot i; * u ?'?? . m\ in*' t e* jxri ?*. m ' ih.it i- itjhiJi. In le ; : -r rO.-t t* called ? 4jn?t? '1 i '< i >.il i'ii ?'.>t.?;te?* tailed. fir*! > . il' t pr vplv flie revenue from w !: . 'i .-ti-w.il i* t" l?o paid. M !. nit ii ?tahltel.e? the Very datiKvi ><tis pf x of rr. atinK 1' n t reii -r > < ?< la* t pay...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

ST.LOUIS TEAM IS BREAKING AT LAST ' ? * :l' -i * . I Went Well And Sustained Promises Until Critical ' Stages?Bif Money In Series At Mew York _ '"r John H. Pastor.) ' (?g Leased Wire to The Ro?MO,3" World-New*. Copyright IMS) *ork. Bspt. io.?n look. ns It .'* ?t. Lou la Browns ' haw* broken V,nl*r ??" of the Isad. villas* J1**"* atrtbeW oub of th? tvuuni twilight you can make up your baseball mind that this first nig* of tbsf worlds series of l??l wlTl b# pla>.d In bew York Octdbcr 4 between New York and New York. The Urowni carried the load wall all the summer. Tbey trgmpsd olonu the baseball highway until ths very last series otr tbelr own giti'incl. strong In the fight and with a cban.ee to win the pennant and than ihejr were outfought. > The Yankees may pot have best earner then their riv.it Th.t ? have bMn favort ! by the bre*kr-J? the (inti on the ftt.'Louis n. IO but don.t overlook, (ho fact t&#& ths man ager of iha Hrowna wHh eve...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 20 September 1922

FPr ! FOURTEEN ' YANKS TIGHTEN I HOLD ON PENNANT n?. Williams Seems Sure Of Homerun Crown?Pirates And Giants Lock Horns R New T??rk. Sept. I".?(Ry khe Aeaoclateii i reaa.>?The New York Yankeee were a notch nearer their champ; n.-O'ip today a* a result of defeatlM; 1 v Cobb# battling Tigers. 4 to j. in the first came of the series. while the St Louis Browns, again vi'li ?*tt the services of George Blsier ? 1 showing a reaction from the effects of their losing struggle with the Yankees. Succumbed to Washington by the same score. The Yankees Increased their lead In the race to two and a half games. '1 hr y c.in clinch the pennant by taking scv.n of their remaining nine games, even If St. Louis wins all eight <>4 its contests. S..n? Jones, of the Y'ankees. and II. rr.ai rill. tie. Cobh's twirling ace. 1 th got off to wobbly starts, but s was sir-tight after the second imiifr, while his -rival weakened In the r-ven'rh nnd eighth, when New Y..rit pushed ov...

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