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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

";^v- I,'"..' I-. Crotod Is AnAutoJWi Day Of Ro ' ~ ' v ?# -> i , . , Crowds which thronged the Fair Orunndi yesterday for the last day of the four-day festival wot treated to a real thrill when Johnay Koae. hurtling around the East curve oa the raw track in Ula rod Chevrolet at a ?&-mlle clip, ran afotat of A.If Cooper** "Blue Ktreak" and turned turtle. The accident came leaa than 3f> minute* after Koae bad won the dirt track championship of'Virginia from Coooer. hurt. It Is estimated that about 45,000 people attended the Fair during the four day i. the bis a llan da pee being recorded on the last two days. About 1S.000 thronged the midway, exhibition booths and grandstands yesterday. The fair was pronounced by the officiate and othera aa having been the most successful In the history of the association. Hippie Winner. Top honors In ths heavy car class of ths sutomohU# races wsnt to Hippie, driving a -twelve cylinder llsynss Special. In the light c...

Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

* ' ' tot _ . C. & 0. SHOPMEN [ MAKE SETTLEMENT < Jewell-Willard Plan Adopted. Road Rejects Plea to Include Clerks?Shopmen Explain. *? TV R|.'hm< n?l. Va, MP' ?<uy Tb? A ??< ? imr.! I'ress) ? L'etalled orders! J (or the return of striking Chesapeake K ' and t>tuo Kailw ay shopmen, under B terms of the a*rr?w?nt vlth the rail g IBanag' :r. ; t lust night. are beln( W worked . ' 'day 1 y I". H. Stewart. J preside!.: of M.r System Shop Crafts ? Federation These orders. It was an? pounced, u:ll direct the return to % work Monday morning of all men at ? ' points east ..f Hoticeverle. West Va.. ? aenl on Tuesday morning at all west,f crn eenteis. The agreement stipulates that the 8.000 shopmen of the road who walkrd out on July I must be bark at [* -their work within 3? (lays, but union leaders and rail officials slated today it was hoped that this could be accomplished in half that time. The men will be taken back, It was...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

r___? > Cities Warm Improvemen .... i. . ? . WeUpelc'r Hill'. Mui. ?nL M.? Roger. W. Bebecm (Mi ?Nk Imu > wimlnf to eltleo m4 lownf. t* |?l bwr on tbolr municipal Improvement* immediately. Hie reeeone are v ee follow*: r ' 1 "A revolution la to take place In city development during the past decade. The automobile > to nave aa .erepf an effect on llvtac condltlone aa the eewlna machine had on weevlna. Ae the mill haa taken the piece of the. hoipe eplnninc wheel, ao the enbttrtf le to take the place of the eltf for reeldetitlal purpose*. - We? mmdout movements front -the, elty to the eaburb* *?v >.? '"I, the next ttyr year*. Wtaa cttlea wfil begin to immediately prepare <or this arm suburban development, which. In many canea. will mecn the extenalon of city titbits. "Much a revolution la living must result In the extenalon of water plants, expansion of sewerage systems, and a tremendous era of new road building, home btHMIng and /...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

I I The Roanoke World-News I Katai uhed lew I BUANOHE VA I Fa nb'iilnj Era.-r Pi) Except Stiodaj BP' ? - bv ? Kv? 'VDIKS WtJKl.D COHURATIOX. | _ Xtara (Ij Omr Eninof. V? r risHBiR.v Editor. Mr?nt>er? of HMhf*C Newepjper l'jN:>Vrl AeaoClAtlOf) VMtbcru Sr??pai<-r J*ubtlabere' Aaaociatloo The Ae?<<oated Drree jrjw Aad't Piirea-i of Clrculallna pfc Aeec. .ated CTree le eicluetvalj ca W to (be uh for republicaltoo of *11 MM dfepMclir* iro'.HM 10 11 or not Blrtln cm'jtwi in tbn piper and alao jjfcttoca oewr cub meal hema * roKUGjT KEi'RESESTATlVE Xrtlkrk a Bun Id- . Si? Tort and Chlftro fcaterrd >1 t'oe*.< !?'. e il Roanoke. Virginia. xi Secon ! Claee Mali Matter ' RATE? IS ADVANCE It cent, week parable to carrier #0 C4 per rear parable at tbe office " BT MAIL tMb. one rrar to UO iflllr. niiatba t'-' bO pSll. oil" raoclli *. .0O.AO TKLCPHONK* During the l>a* All Calla 3141 At Ntsht 5 30 1? M to 3.30 A....

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

w.< ^aaarsgaaaggg^? ? | Monde III . . / r _ + - > | I FREE! FR III MONDAY ji 100 Useful Household Articles \ || Away Absolutely FBI 11 To the first >100 Ladies or Gentler ||j Store Monday morning, September 25th. j|; You Must Be At Door When HU.. rinna a_' a I aue udovo jtkjsc presems are not but useful Household Articles. Somet one yrW appreciate. YOU'LL BE OLA BE ON HAND! 1L00K! LOOK!?HIGH GRADE J GIVE AWA HERE ARE SOME NEVER BE] MAHOGANY DINING Regular $290 10-piece Mahogany Buffet, China Press, Round Dining Table, Leather Seat Side Chairs and one Host < Anne design, 10-piece Suite Complete, Ss WALNUT DININi Regular $325.00 10-piece America i Buffet, China ?ress, Enclosed Serving Tal ing Table, 5 Leather Seat Side Chairs and Design. 10-Piecc, Suite Complete, Sale Price 1 . HERE IS A RI Regular $350 10-piece Brown Mai 60-inch Buffet, beautiful Oblong Round < Press, 5 Leather Seat Side Chairs, and < m Queen Anne desi...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

' JF firE?? nnT Wf SOCIAL AM | MRS 1. W SI ft Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P V- A ?|?p i l < <. '\ir.K with Ihc Kl mori rff?o Itirq ."'if w.ais that moft and kt?f j.i .! j>a*.? Si'.- And liurv!n?l > ? fI-. *v ratals on the fe^T" ?rjoi. Pjft ' ralnl."u ai it" tint* arc PepDbotned . ' n r ppb* in rlpf HP" A shaf: . f .-.inlight ae.-n through F Tho U?i hushed mcintnt.* < f the P* h dyirw tii.i > > lyA buMct"1> irnpul. d upon a thoru. Y? broken 'l.ok* f fln're !ov--lIn ?s 1 2a poix: grief .n.i! tears so eruvllj v r' i. b - la there r g'.d.-i r lie towards whirh you press. Where beauty Js complete and cs? K <ju's:*f , Wht f } v ?hn*' ?pr:i:tf from longforgot t.- u h 1< *n ... Like twffl ? In:.' v i Ict? 'round some II (Ikl.T tomb" ?John It. Morris nd, _ Hfrrpilun tor Mloo Snjslrr nnil >t r*. -\ ouklun OOld and black- v.i* tho color PPTleme for the reception given by Mrs....

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

CHARGES CITED, AGIST FARM E. E. Dudding Recites Eighteen Specific Accusations tn Letter To Trinkle ^ <Br OKORUE H. M*5llilSS) WaablnKton. D. C.. Sept. ?!. ? ItlktNn cbariu *t mil- I mini|?m?nt of the Virginia Utatal Priaon near Jtlchmond ure made In I - 10 uovtrnor K. L,?? Trlnkte today by E. K. I>?ddlng. President of the PHion?ri Relief Society.. Who aaye ha haa (altera and uffldavlU to - support them. Investigating Promised About two weeks ago Mr. Budding Aral wrote to Oovernor Trlnkl charging mismanagement of the Vlr ginla fttate Prison Pa mi and urging an Investigation. Htnca then titers bare been several exchanges of letters tead'ng up to the probable appointment soon by the Oovernor of a committee of five disinterested persona to conduct an Investigation of. the evidence collected by Mr. Baddips* . Governor Trinkle wrote Mr. Dt|l ding a few daya ago asking for k nummary of the charges and Iks letter today outlined them as follows*. 1.?That Captain R. R. P...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

' TEN ? ?hr ilia (Published bj pwlmm m.m.s a "lijov* r Junior Class I Spirit Down I In The Dumps > Mi \ trKtl KranliJ V' Th? J ' I i?l u ntretlnK Aft i r i in thf Mud.v.; h?1l ?r i '' l'fi-?id nig Tli? K Attend.. ? neutering the i. Aire u? v :<> ? _to he ; A tier!..'.I ... ! ..* > ?|i|rlt In the. J? ..i.-..- i 11 f.f t h?. ' Kitrli* C v..- ;f i: >f officer* nil > < Jn r. ' - > . 1 n . r man. M' i XlontivtI i. . ! ' I '? "f noml* | Hat in If hi. V Initio! iv?? tak-, en .iv I : offlrerM wrrf elect -I' : r l.i ?i? Unnn.iril. i V Ice 1 *r * ..iv fi-r. frank I'lm-I ton- v ISravm; | Treii? n i \ - I fi.i't/. Si III'!' the jtpr- i \ . t ci ml ri'in- I t?r> . i v i. .?:r :ii i.t Mi. iimi- . ? * I'nv .*!. ?tij ? 11|i<i'n11 it o - .? 11 i iriiilan Mr I'm.-. . ! !> prill tin? meet ink en t l*i- i Mr l> < ' In K a fur II t'. .? I? I in- ?i .il ? lirt. jn...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

* ' * f > * # *, ;* ' ' * .^-*" ; V Jlchc?'-" _ > a i *V-? M ??i :t ;. '* ' V * ,,: ;l'-'."' ?3*% ' *JV . v' " ?: tfW?*Y"r ? % A Page of 9ftese Ru . . ... . . i RUSCO Brake Lining . O ? : - ___ Rusco Brake Lining is actually .Solid woven and is 90% asbestos and brass wire. ' Every thread is a woven thread. There * is no stitching nor are there any lootfe gutting threads to separate and wear away quickly. Each thread is composed ?/ fVi.M ftf Ucof-rMttf ins acKpctrwt , yam and two strands df brass-wiry, the wire being for tensile strength and wearing qualities. Rusco Brake Lining is j woven oversize, dipped in -a protective "A'a -v. 'idtfflfln and compressed to the thickness required. This, together with the fact that it is solid woven, adds remarkably yr to its wearing qualities. It brakes as well J ^ Jn wet weather as in dry, and has a powerful grip in both. It is guaranteed to stay flexible indefinitely, and will P not dry out nor crack. You can tell it by the...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

m ' Bt. TVKIA'K * I GEORPES TO HAVE If EASY SAILING i _____ . . Bbut With?Sencgalese "Windmill" M n xt f.nnH tn Anof Vi At* Meet With Dempsey. H y Pnlrplaj. < M> Special Lriitd Wire to The UokK , tioht VVurld-Mi- A j. Copyright. 192!.) New Yotk. Sept !3.?The future of the international heavyweight altuatlun, .the immediate future that la. jfu depends U!>on the outcome of Carpr fit let ? e w i f 11 > approaching battle , .iKHin-t Hauling Slid. the Senegalese negro. In it-*?new tight stadium In Pane, of v hlch l>es<yintpi and Carlo TitI e r art an.irr holders. Carpcntter baa indulged in his uaual tactics of postpomnit the bout, it was originally set for September 10. and there la no loubt In any one's mind today that he will ruler the ring ftt as a fiddle In Siki he will ineet a wild-eyed I'ertlsh. who fills the air with flailing gl?t re and has plenty of force . back of his wallops. Hut he has nothing In th. equipment ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

IF YOU WA *? ! -J. WORLD NEW$ atfrrrtttod NtM 7a Iter ?D?aUiif 0 words Id tbr Raw Display flUnllrd Mr Mr Mt AU elMdStd Mrmttfdd MHAA Mb la adrsiws prrldl c?tb r?<ss Id IdRliWi M ff\rnr? to pillraiiOd. CNkjml MOMMf ?n? ddt-?u ? klidkMilctiioM act fntttM. MM or hoavy blanh-faced i?im premium Alt adeertlartneott muet reach the miOM offloo b y 0J? p. a.' fct. aublioaUao MOtt more.oj; Bat order, by ? p m I'HOX* 3142. AUTOMOBILES ir.VK* rAMKMiEH CnANDI.EH." cloeeA car. A 1 mechanical condition, cheap. V<> O. Duitoa, Ot;l Boulevard. ?alim. Va. - }?>& FOE lALk OH WJLJ. TRADE tor ford ct light roadaier. 1*21 Chain* Mia, ?af epiWitlco F A Duon. Ft>ofr% B3VJ1AJJ FOR BALK OH BXCHARGX?Bludebahcr mhw. excellent condition. Will ?U or aeefcaace tor lot or otbar property. Boa Bid. 1787 CHKVkcJLET aOO TOCfclWS?WU1 dlapOee of lor antrb aalc.- 3MB naah - In pood runniat coodittfio Ha* barn a family car. veil taken earn of. Hon traa than...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

^^fjOTRTKKN ^ The Inveitor v Maflrml < ommoi should lie 4 ftlfrlrd I* ilk i are. but t-'-anmlnnr tlaa or Hi I IM Mr.irala *?irril ItMra thai tppeor lllrarlltt, ' Kutr* lt?'IJ of rnilroa.d Htamrn a- ii t h?it r?com> E'lMndMl t < >\> > ?'*! . nor for lhat IjiiMIIrr m e\.:i nujorny of Hi K,%fMtor r? < ' ' Hi*' i line t'a? comt P When auli i He lioticht to dlBt Vsraif > <? ..imr t>ml lists. ^ Thoio n?i. n lit run iro rmk of ;nir (' h'ltiM r- to gilt idgrd bond obligationT vV Lie tcve themselves 11;s ;. ! . : ! 'K a >me chance. Spill. on r i . i ! hn<l that the groixl r i .. . ft-: .an Inviting field . : I:. . I'll Will* Out the ILarWers. jp. Tlea 'j;- .'uLv 1 in both trtlt a -. i mi? ? ! .< du'es. however. L' and the M.r"t"-r n ?? * incidental to the si J 'i a _?tr:ke. not to mention the * .|e.-i:t.e In traffic | brought on I > the c.-...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

Market and Fi STOCKS FIRMER ON tun NEWS Jewish Holiday Affects Volurns?Brighter View ' of xi car cast rroBiem*. Mir aiuiri p. ww, \ (By lp*ci*i Leased Wire to The Roanoke World-News.) Well Street. New York. Sept. M/? With e clearer understanding of lust what happened at the Dardanelles, both security and commodity msrkets today took a brighter view of the Turkish situations Stocks as a rule went higher and foreign Government eon as were steady. Wheat options broke sharply while cotton advanced. The foreign exchanges, while not varying much. show.some improvement. The ^ -ntlie movement of the day was an enact -reversal of the tendencies I*-: hlblted last Rnnday and again on Friday when there was a suggestion Of a W ar sore. Trading in stocka and bond*, by comparison with other day#. a I bo i w?a quiet. Thla waa due. to a Urge extent, to the Jewish holiday. ? There waa aome further covering In atocka like Htudebaker and Bald* win locomotive In which the abort Intereata had Increased a...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 September 1922

* Plk. [ SIXTEEN Bp ??? I BRYAN'S WEEf f The Need of tl irr i! ? 1 By William J B > - - m The Promiie of John the B*pt by Mr tLuk* Anj it rin-.t to pass that while Hod tr. the (ifltr vt his courie. Ai'.ord" x to the cumom of the In'e-se when he went Into the temp] And the whole multitude of the t irr.e ol ln< mse And tiurv trpea red unto him an a aide of the a tor of Incense. A *. d when Zarhsrlas saw him. he ' Hut the angel *ald unto him. F< heard; and thy a ife Elisabeth shall hit ra-ie .'ctan. Aid th >u >:ialt have Joy and (la Mrth. For he s!,:.!l be irreat In the sigh wine nor strong drink; and he shall - ficin Me mother's womb. And. many of the children of Iarai And tat shall pi .before him In tl the hearts of the farthers to the chll d'>ni of the lust, to make ready a pei And Zacharlas aald unto the angel an old man. and my wife well atrlcke And the angel answering said unt presence of God; and am aent to spe s ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

S=C l^^oatvokc PoiPlii-^ctu^ ?i^| VOL. 40?No. 74. 20 P A 0 E 8 TODAY ROANOKE, VA., MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2 5, 1 9 2 2.- PRICE TBRBB CENTS | POLICE RAID REST OF SIX! STILLS IN CITY Range In Capacity From 50 to 300 Gallons?J. P. Guerrant Fined $250 and Sentenced to Six Months In Jail, S. S. Christian Fined $250 and Given Ninety Days In Jail, Mrs. Christian Fined $250 and Given Thirty Days?All Appeal. Captor* of (h* largest and' moot complete Illegal distillery Men lo Koanoke since the State went dry, selsnre of a variety of materials for the making of liquor*, the arrest* of J. P. Guerrant, well-known advertising sign painter, his fatherin-law, 8. 8. Christian, formerly a tnember'of the Roanoke City School Board, and Mrs. Christian, the tatter's wife, followed a raid Saturday afternoon at Ouerront'a home, No. 744 Buena Vista Boulevard, 8. B. chain of copper stills?six In number?located in a concrete compartment built in the basement of the house, which Is situated near | the Vis...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

Wm~ ' _ E- two i i an -w ni i t HANCOCK | HEADS PUBLIC I LIBRARY BOARD E Other Officers Elected?j County Branches of the Institution Ordered Abolished. v' The I t r? if the Public ? niiitiKR Satiir. Rf day a' :: . t. i .? 1. ? ' d< n". v. r V, to ki- the place <>' V. ? . > l iitKr. Jr 4 tthn fi'? w I Mr? Kutlr wimiM fc tr?t **.?! : * ' k?'ii. a li xinuf; !i unahl-u* * . ? n I -r ll r office UR?in 1 ? . i tlj#. vtrr-presl* ?|cn?v :r -!* ?. i.duard Johnson wan I ' - * r at.d Mi** Kuth couk 1! ?k* ..i r. ; i ;ii, wan elected c* if It** . ? ? ; c ! ? taction* the hojr<l d 1 ; "*: ;<;%? t?* important ' < ha r t i' ' t^'v \\.-rk. It do! ? *. !?-?? the branch |?hr..r:i-' !h.?* t..\e \ t-n maintainor! !ii i !.. ':- ni'k" I'ounty for f if. The* i>r.itirhc9 are at X; ; ?*.% * Sprinc and Ktli;* \i ' t y are smalt libraries rer\ir *. .a!" vi/or c-1 liorrowrTi. Iv I* n?"t tj "i **: < .% ?*.r the pr...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

W j' \ + t / r >l ' . . # . * ' j ? . PLACE LIMIT ON REFUGEEREWOVAL U. B. Offers to Protect Vessels and Provide Food Until Evacuation Complete. Smyrna. B*pt. !l.?(By the Associated Press.)?Kenul pasha baa allowed until September SO for the evacuation of the remaining It.ttv or more refugees here. If vaesete are not Bent by that time* the refugees will be tagen Into the Interior. The American deetroyere, whose crows have borne the brunt of the -e relief and patrol work alnce the Are. are striving to take as great a number aa possible to safety, but are hampered by lack of epace. American relief workers have endeavored to ascertain the fate of the IW.Mt Christians already deported. but have met with Indifference or ** alve answers by the Turkish officials. Ilefuaets here continue to lire on the cobble pavements and the uuay. wiinout aheiter and without food. 1: Americans go imonf them dlatrtbutlng broad, they are aoeatled by clamoring rrowda who fight among thc/naelvea and ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

PI '11WW V . ?? Dffico Hji'.rs: 'J to 10 A M PI Ti.i.xr: iiiim.* w ii.i. i.ivix D' Tbt-. r ?< 3 5* isi,. ? ; ?1it K- ii' . Of Wt .1 a k - . the ijulet F Of tin i: ; i'v 'I'Mif arc r Stru.n -.1 -i ^ ?' - ti?? sliver R ?r I moonlight It >"ar K - .?.?? ? c .rne not 1 That. S. l. s i .. " m < loved and Three - v. : .. v in envy. lai.tih t (..uri [") The i k o It.nut) llmi v e Vh. : .. - . i f I?rInj;inK C.i.fi. : r '1 Ii:uMc of tuy ' fcliall : ! irt. i>. tliltk yo.u we * ? .* . IV'lii i .? (>" i '.it? or* wiuillr.B turu ? ;; . . . ; ... ! II- Volvo*. Ilitiirr n< i tins try < tub. A: c ? Ii" at trutli-il the t I'lub fijlurday liikl.t v..-.- ,\; ?>t * Nell Kates. Vir? y.j j* .it 11.. * rii.t- .Nnisott, Kilna V lli .*> n..i Mail, JoseI .:r Mary Whe Uoxli-y aii l K-t. . V. i i.'Murlh, Mary Toin" ? Th"in; !> . 11..ai. : Christine J| SOCIAL AN! MB Q T VO CU fcl > u. r Mi Ml...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

^fpjSf^;. . . vs.- J r-^r ; ' '" r' " y ' ~ ROANOKE CO! LEGE If I- IS MOD SHAPE t Scrimmages, During The Past Week Have Produced A | Number Of Surprises Roanok# Collsgs. tilm, Va.. 8?pt. M.?With ths first gams still a w??k off. Coach Sprughan has shown no dls^HDlitlon ?A Ktis? ?* - * "* ? -- w? ' aininf in mi Roanoke College aMroona. Fqr ?hrss bs baa given tb? mlnutaat attention to th? fundamentals of foot ball and to catting bfa man Into par fact coMttlon. Tha raault Is that no . aven a minor Injury baa baan sua . tainsd by a alngla ona Of his chargaa I*o Maroon squad baa avar bafora at talked such physical perfection ?? how exists among tha forty-Avs can dldatas for tha floanoka Varsity. During tha past wash, tha daily scrimmages have produced a number of surprises. Chief among these I has baan thV brilliant work in (be backfleld of George Stevens and Fay Tost. Blow to develop last season Stevens bids fair to be ons of the i-.. - sensations of tha entire Maroon squad. Uia dazsllng...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 25 September 1922

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Publication Title: Roanoke World-News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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