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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

??v;-: If ' ' MANY OF 1 1 T BK WORLD NEWR' MMtM adroruMaa rata* To a it* ?u?tiif t nr* to a* Mm (*Miar MUM Ma par u?b Ail atoaailto tororMm Mieitt M to Mmm Sport aJ ?mii nm M I?M !" to rtftbiu to tppllntlN CMt MM IIMWMI *U Ml / t??a erMfi I i MiortaaMSoattoaa cot panalttto JU? mu or teary biock-facto top* prrvMito All Mrrrtlaoa??nU mm ItMt Hw Stotoin oSIcb by S.M p, , lor MMoatloa oral atoralaat Sol Of Say w ? a PHONE SMS. 1 11 ' * f " ' \ ij ' . ' , . A THOUGHT FOR TODAY Al! things come to those who wait, But here's a way that's slicker, Run a Classified Ad and get it quicker. L -J ATTENTION! Watch thla uai little - apace In tomorrow'* leave. : AUTOMOMUM rO?D COUPE?*? blllfrM. two new tliri with fttru Prtce IT'3 00 Phono 873 (ram 0 M to p. m. CtOO ikvekal exceptional Errs ta mre llfhtiy ok.I Hybt car*. n?M 1177 botwon 7 ml I > a fOl lAlX-^Vrrolrt Tourtn* Ohr, ran only J.IHW nOn. Price ItSS tnclodlnf ( to u4 iil| llconaa. (?t Church Arm Phone no. ?3*7 rOE SAU:?Hupmobile O...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

6 ' MOjCKTEgN The Investor Income boi. ds arc an invention of ulHwl time*, it would appear, for thatr adoption does not date far back, and are deslitntd to make loans a Contingent rather than a tlzed charge. Ordinarily bond Interest must be - paid, whether rsrntd or not. and falltiro to pay drives, a company Into' receiversh :p. Juc^me bonds are dlf' farent. Interest is parable only If arntd aid. unless other provlalons are Inserted. d! s c r t'Io'n Is left' with t' the dinners to declare such payments. In oth-r words. Interest is not sln *> s pa d nm w hen earned , Some < .au?-s stlpuiale that It must be paid to the extent earned, usually In multiplies of oiie-i|U?rter of 1 per cent or tft?reabouts. Partial conver. alon of an Insolvent railroad's fixed oh!lea i ions into income bonds, after the receivers have brought up the road's earnings through rehabilitation. Is a shrewd method by which to finance rt-?r( united companies. The Frisco anil Katy systems were ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

Market and Fi PRICES AFFECTED I BY M OF WAR No Scare la Wall Street, But Market More Sensitive to Woret Newsaof Period. Rr Hurl P. Wn). (Uy Special Leaved Wlr? to * The Roanoke \Vvrtd*N??l.) W?U Hlract, New York. HepU IS. ?Cab l? advices ??.? ? pa urn or July and August wer? gradually f-rnterinc tha market. Mar* t.ermss Him;. The latest German bank statement certainly cava no Sign that th* postponement of rash reparations pay' ?"r "" llll"i_ In the policy of note inflation. The circulation Item had another Jipnp of I lp.oes.too.ooo marks, which Is wsll up 1 to the terrific weekly averse# main- i t * i n ? d since the early summer. The 1 th* lut fortnight or more. la the ' il?adln?n of Um mark In th* faca of Ihla oAitpour of new currency. Mark iicbaafi waa quoted today at .1. whereaa the hl|b of the faat -two week a waa only .07 3*1.. Call money cot up aaaJn to Ave NT cent, but thla could hardly bare been counted among the signs of uneaslness over affalra abroad. The principal declin...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 28 September 1922

EIGHTEEN , ?" V* WELLH ^?S5 U-h?t To Wear Am Is It "tJeod-By! Old Ewalli Xmt York. Sept. SI.?Butting llilntt the none wall of popu H}' - hurt* the heud. bdt not the we K' 'moat graceless and thankless There ere many sticklers for tl observances In evenll* clothe* I ewallo* ta.1 >fu!| dress) la sndti torn end hallowed by tradition, r like to see It ridden down by th< o f faae uK!i?K (Kev e a lost I of the Fine Art Of Drm much til r ' and stately and turning It Into Pt" petition la creature comfort. Tltlt conviction" la wholly c Ita spontora Nobody will gain, ewallowtail ault. like the cutawa a deferyntial decorum and a i bataadori.il -dignity to evening well at an aureole of "life'a rqfK which should be prixed and p uk. We Americana, however, de >' c ut*, whether In clothe* or tunc trim*, or Sunday sermons. We w the trouble of "dressing up." beci leave oureelvra time enough to an engagement. Thua, the awn e?en.a by way of Joining the fi e the?tlmbo of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

- ' 1W.;- , , -.r.r~s'~ ' ^ ^ "SE wIKoanoke PoHil-^ciu^ JS=L VOL. 40.?No. 78. 20 PAGES TODAY ROANOKB, VA.t FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2 9, 1 9 2 2. PRICE Til RE E OENT8 BRITISH SEEK CONFERENCE WITHJRKS General Harington to Meet Kemal ? Situation Along Straits Tense, But British Tnlprant Ae Tnd/? ....I Hill ng Ul !\0 OI1UW White Flags When Near Lines?Thousands Crowd Consulates For Papers to . Quit Constantinople. (By The Associated Ftpm.) Ixmdon, Sept. 29. ? The British Government has sent a , % 111 ii. 11 ultimatum to Nanapha Krmal Pasha stating that bin troop* moat Intvc the* <'haimk rrgkwConstantinople, hipt. 29.?(Ily The Associated Press.)?Mustapha kim.il t'aiha, replying to General Marington's telegram of Wedneaday. haa aeni a message declaring hi* troop* would not advance further. He aays he dealrea that no Incident should occur, and that be will see General Harlngton a* soon Hit iNitnlblr. Constantinople. Sept. 29.?(By The Associated Press )?Brigadier General Sir C...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

rnmrn setsnew COURSE mark Sf* r~? Jersey Man Makes Nashville Link? Two Under Par With An Eagle and Three ? JBiruies. 5,] Nai>hvi:>< "if-. LV ? tl?y The Aa?o< .MM 1 f .. it ills In the Bouthrrn 1.. . 1' a.iRi|<loniihip Tourns- m i- 1 .) round of 18 1. 4- -:.n i .ir th?? Hrlle M. a ilr ? . ' i*?c l>rr, with | ii'' - .l.i'.KllllK III it.,i :!<. ;-ii.iic ruuilil ycntrr i!..> Till* . ' . * " ! r i: tin plajr<r? Jt-'Hi:- : r " - . atara a? Kmuivit i i * ' Kit k w<'i>d. Jim ltu.'i *> ... ! I . Mi i'"tinlti. Al>* J4lt. I.I .I I I- i'i u.Kill.ink and Jotk 11t. ' -I . 'in rm Imuran. t-anini t ! : * <! ? ?? Uy y ted i t: ?..? i : ii..-1 k.ii'tc r? curd Hum I" i l;i*? .?: I:: i IK l.y II..:. ft 1.?. . \\ . I'tl.i Id. N. J., wlitj i.iu : i ;.*4 Main al'.'Ut two >.4.i. Mir \.i- ft .- u iirk of pi . t iif rmititx.v. The litrIf. s | .? ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

r NORFOLK CENTER FOR PEANUT MEN Exchange Moves Headquarters From Suffolk? New Location More Advantageous Norfolk. Sept. 21. ? AcUvIIIm of tho Peanut a rower*' Exchange which haa for two aaaaona ?,?Port*,,t part In tbs opsrsW! ?? ?? peanut Industry, will coming year 1,1 Nor'?'k (lur'rt* tbs __Tbs_ssch?nps has rsntsd ths sn98 Outo ,K /. i An Absolu imporu Remarkable Wide Canva Lydia E. Pin 50, For some time a circu enclosed with each t medicine bearing thi "Have you received I taking Lydia E. Pink etable Compound?" Replies, to date, h* : i x r a ttiTcu iruiu over jv, answering that quest 98 per cent of whic That moont that 98 < 100 women who tali cine for the ailment it is recommended ar by it f This is a most re marl ' of c there Wrt other medicine in equals it Think of it?only t out of 100 received i 98 successes out of a j Did you ever hear < like it? We must we, ourselves, are asi Such evidence ih< any ailment pecu Vegetable Comp k^^THE LYD1A E. rs...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

H rors 'PROPOSFn MFRRFR ; IS NO! EFFECTED Inland. Midvale, And Republic * Companies Not To Consolidate ______ u r Ne* Tork S--r>t ?s ?Thf proposed ! luefi-r of li In .nl SUM Company. ^ tlie M f.it ii- I Uitlnaiioe Coin- ' lany and the Ili-rut'.Ic Iron and Steel I CornpM.). wiij not he effected, it was j amount, d today. Th? Situation at'*- J I lift from the action of the l-'nlrra. J Trade I'omti i"! n in d<ciHting mmi nch a mtrmr would be Illegal ! deviated responsible for the dec.- . Ion. Tie r to abandon the three company consolidation. whl<h *?i to J have been known a? the .North Airier- ' Iran Met! Company, was strength- * ii.ed. It ??? <>:i <i t r the unwilling* 1 i em if hankers to finance the iner- ' r on the f:i. ? of tiio federal Trade . Comm sunn's rule. While the coriiinles.on'a notion was j expected to result in a tnoillllcallon of |l.e ordinal merger terms, the tot us I utiaiij.loMt., nt if the plan came ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

w. \ ; FURNACE OWNERS REACH AGREEMENT Railroads And Operators Sign J Peace Pact And Works On N. & W. And C.& 0; Resume i i Richmond. Sept. SI?Tha railroads and tha furnaca nan an<l lha iron or* ownars hava ranched an agrasmant ractrdln* r?i?? ?? - ? ? * Auxin* lime and coke, and the fur* nece# along the lines of the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Norfolk and Western *111 at once resume operations after having been idle for twp years. This means that Ave furnaces on eaab line, each one employing several hundred men. will be la full biaet within a week, and will result In opening up of the ooke plants and ore mines. This will, glee work to perhaps 1S.000 men In all In the sections of the State that hare suffered since they were closed down. The new rates will be effective on and after i October I. YORKS NET $4.14 ON . I OTHER SIDE OF POND Valley Shippers Hear Apples Bring Excellent Fileee In England Chambersrllle. Sept. II.?(Special.) ?Sherman Brothers,...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

m \ Hk RoanoKe World-News . tllA > t\f. ? A ( fc?vri i ? ?A - 1 ?unO?? R, TlWt- A iVlW.V. i ; I iv * Jl . I^Kfiorn S* r i' Awr- ii??0n BnUlirrti h j: f? AMioaUua R Aj .' i h ?I i;.rviuiiv? ft Th*A? i ? 'p !v.?t%tiv *u to t. r i. r? | ?;o.kc?iM ? ( f 1 Kuwnin i 'Oi i txi^f ) )'? lo* o> n m . t i rib 'J K'T; r : .*< KK. -I NT \ rTv?Ff?lT? % i f. i 1 :* mi-: Cln.'Mf. t^EurrcO* I ?' K".m< . ? Vu?mi?. t. : ? - V... JU.trr It ?'f; - i v MvtMt; IT ?vy*. t>. . * ? ? IV t\ My r.ily ?- r * f '-iKll &ftH> . ? * b " ? . - iU Dalit Ih-.r r V ?l 5U Dal1?. ?">< ! . . .JO 50 I I . I!. Pit Ail <.? Sl? : J I* >: i * J A M Pu I. ?. II. .. .HIT fain.-. , |. . .; n : Till I'.'Oiii i ..- . t >.i ir iftrra <>I or*? for i'. !. r ? if lo llie K.'lti r a It; if-.- M'. prrtalD' !< < '! f - a . !? ?;??:.? a'louM l? *ji.irr.-..i i" . i ....

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

A" ; <- J , ? ' i ll I 1 1 ' ' 3li (Published fc Xd* tor; Asuisiaot WIUX1X PilUU. uur More Room For Girls In State Literary Meet Vale Out Mar Saw Appear Aa Orators?Iteaaafc# High Haa Kaeetleet Hwart la Dfwli... ? la? rttM. In the spring of aach year, Literary teama from all districts In ths atata maat at Charlottesville to compete for tha debating cup and othar prlaaa. Previous to thla, n dlatrlct meat la held to select tha dlatflct representative. A literary team la composed of two debaters, either boys or glrle or both, a girl reader, a boy reader, and a boy declalmer. - This allows the girls to compete In only two events" while boys bsve~ " three. This fact baa always seemed iuet a little unfair to the girls as there are always more girls Interested In literary work than boya Last year ** only om ctrl on tne team V'lJ "> '* wtri tow boy*, duo to the fact that both poeltjon* on th# ?? "> were filled by boy* hile at the University last year attendin...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

; If SOCIAL AM ! MRS J W SE f Office Hours: y to 10 AMP lUllDII,, C- To . Pi no. n < A *?? In rr-.m A, : p. V IU h.T , . . I Hit laue'i ' ; 1 ? Roll i CM.idm , And 1 * ^rt l.ro ' ' And r. < Can > Kr< n: > . Hot lot.; Thit* i ? : i: Tfc.lt l-d I I . > (Ii.i w ! t. JU. tp,.'. ' ;if:ir |'j I .- .1 to ? li d M>-n. .< ' ' '' .. * - <><*? I ;..t il Itr itis<--? UnrhroH Ml?j r. V ? ;? r,. I at a mi :,;i - J * U.K.. : ' > t M ? : * Ttir. .. t a i. v. .... .-d in j- -i\ a nil Af'? ' t' ' 1 V * rc it '? * * ' i f ! >' 11iv ..ii 'tiro:.. Kmfrintitm nit *t Country < Inti Thr r no.-n \uctmn llrldcr F-tne u .1 l i |.':t .i! tt-f ?* i?ti f 11: > ? lull too. r ? ||., ,:.|.|:o to !,ri;'.:i ? ? four c.\ ik. Thr J-.?' j rd m \ r d.. t ? v I It " r* V ? Jilufr. it t. uitrutt tlu I...... i t- ...... i ,. .ii,. , ... Mr. nrcl Mr?. ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

mmwFF - ' . '" 'x * v | -a % s I I Furnitui I AS THEY J ' v * ' '; - , f LOOK! LOOK!?HIGH GRADE DIH ; GIVE AWAY, P i\ HERE ARE SOME NEVER BEFOR] 5 MAHOGANY piNING ~ Regular $275.00 10-Piece Walnut Dinin i Buffet, China Press, Oblong Dining Table, E i)i Leather Seat Side Chairs and one Host Chair design, 10-Piece Suite Complete. Sale Price J! SEE THIS NEW ITALIAN DINING BOOM Regular $600)00 10-Piece Italian Renai #|l tifully decorated. The best quality, and the 1 10-Piece 8uite Complete z|! Sale Price 1?r~ u EXTRA! | HERE IS A REAL Regular $325,10-Piece Brown Ma hogai 60-inch Buffet, beautiful Oblong round corne ) | Press, 5 Leather Seat 8ide 'Chairs, and one i rect Queen Anne design, 10-Piece Stute Comp p Regular $150.00 8-Piece Solid Oak Dini V Bqffet, 6-foot Round Extension Dining Table, I Chairs. - 8-Piece Suite, Complete. Sale Price .... 1 .. ; UA V JUn JtiTTJS SUITJUB ?*K1U?JD JTUJ $ I Regular $260.00 3-Piece Mahogany Davi *j Quality One Motion Davenette, Extra Large A I estry ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

pery speaks ' at coniwood democratic Nominee Makes Favorable Impression, In Dickenson Cointy Clint wood Pr', r' ?Oeorgte C. Pl?rjr ivr->r.i-r "? i.a Id ale for Con'p an ! 'A If. mr mayor of the fty of I - ?t ! t.-fTi ally oprnod the ? aJp?H?o<-ruti . .imputgn in l>lcken*?n r^Ccuntv with r i.?1 ri k epeeches hero Jrcsttrdav afternoon. C'ollrl lto.>ni Killed Yesterday h. . : the first day of Court a large and representative crowd wa< i u hand from all part* of th< n.ari.v on liuilnomi and j i others in.: c fr' m remote parts of the cottt.ty t r tin- speaking. The' pacl-ws court room, where the Oeuk'ng ? - h.ld. w as w ell filled fpom the lieu :n ni.it to the close, mn ny lades t'r.'it it. the audience, and all) Binn Ifest.a ke.r; Interest and frcqo-ntlv ni -1 ! ;i t j. 1: the telling points made lijr thv sp.aker*. John 1L Hasstnger, Republican eandj late for Congress; J W. McGtvscK -Hi pntiliran -candidate for TT. S Ser...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

I THE EVEN! | c#?r?lili. irtl ?tnnnT' (Copyright. tlti, by W. Warner.) _ Though Ueatrlc* Bailey inew (bather bis. burly huabanil Wired her In SJft % vuxit ho ma with aarvtmi to'manage It. 2 Wtratrt jmi Um bar nnd navar uoauplalned about tlx- number oh price of bar half and rowni. i\ But Brad Bulley seldom entared their munition, bought bar u present, ?.m v.. km. ? * , ... VUW or orove WltD Mr til thslr btndwmt car without r emark>iM. **W?U. Butterfly, *Wi CtTIM you Ml thlat Imagtn* wher* you v ant bo uow if l twiD't mirriM yout You couldn't htvi taken caro ( your*?lf for two days." Beatrice wondered miserably whether ahe could. Hhe wai lh? only Uttkter of Cornellua litakd?and had liked without a caro until her fath* oft failure and death. . Then bid Fred Bailey supped la. bona before, when yred had not two shirts to hie Bine, Cornellua Blake had dlechrned his native busineea acumen and h?<'l made use of him and thua heplsd hint to rlss. Fred Ballsy always did h...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

^TWELVE PURE *'' ' " 4 MY MARRIAGEl PROBLEMS Ad fir Garrison's Sew Phase of d /?/:??? /ifl/C lUllUtUf of a Wife tterk*. in:. *! Niiimii f?i?i * ess. tn What the Man Smith Threatened to Do to Madge. AT the self-revealing facial gesture of the man who called himself Smith, but whom Allen tiro, tie TtdcnUj- believed to be ioim formerly eanlte'd K.uropean personage. Lillian took a swift. stealthy step forward unseen by Smith. and with tensc. narrowed >ca*irw<! Iiim closely. fTe- fa<e ?a* masked. Imperturbable as always, lait I who know her ao well, realised that It was she who bad- first Suspected Smith's Identity, she who In ell rrrbablHty had planned Allen Drake's ritmralgn. The reason for her leaving the management of Smith to Mr. Drake when she herself wee so peculiarly equipped for such a font, was also clear to ma Smith's rare, position and training made him look opin a woman ae something of Inferior ability and station. To convince Mm of l.llllan'...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

" ' PURE ( the home kitchen 1 A?__ ?* Making the Most of the Last Yield of a Kitchen Garden By JEANNETTEL YOUNG NORTON The Authority on Horn Cooking <?; n gwiBiof rrom i"; I fall |iMm yield mur treasure j 'JL for viator uee. If th# fail pickling la all Dona. the , rraen tomatcr* may bo ttaod for fry In* or in a yte for variety. or some of tbe btr-rest will ftpra If ptaead Hi II" eun. The taat i?p)n left on tHo troaa maka'jejly or tney mar bo preesed for elder or vinegar. Good varieties of >*n that will not ripen on the troaa Way bo picked and wrapped In papor and placed In a drwwar. and hi do* time they will ripen porfactly. Tha la of grapes ar* general? 4.he owe#Loot of all and <hry ma*, bo Cht and thalr 'rm end# dlppad In ooaltwr Thar should then bo packed In aawduat and mar b? uood nrodad for tha table. Tha laat hbrbo frorp tha cardan or* apt to have beery stalka,. no strip ?<1 tha leave* and dry Ih^m. than powdar them. put them In wldr...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

c ? . "" f " jjOURTEKN GROUP CUBAN F MAY SHOW WELL # Former Played In One?the Famous "Scandal Series"? Latter Without Such F>v Experience. ft-. { 5'/ * John II. Fostfr.) <By Sr>oi ia! Wire to The lloa. Poke Wirld-NPa f C'opyrlghti 1422.). - N>w l.'tk. S.t>t. IS?There la no direct con.i jr :i lo he had today between the j-lajcrs In the world aeries of ll-.l a- d those who are expected to start In 1H22 at the poaltloji of tMrd Ki?r. One <; 1'nrti. Pagan. never has had on> world series experience. The otl.i r. ti: >li. played In the aeries of lfl? t r ?."'iic nnatl. the acrlea In which the I'h.rayo White Sox were defcatcil at.l which resulted In the worst scandal in professional baseball. Both of these third basemen have a a Mat dial id what la commonly known n? temperament. Dugan suffers more from this than the other play< r T.ntr.t erament. so far as they are concerned in Hi i instance,...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

, GENERALS READY . FOR FIRS! GAME Will Open Season Against Emory And Henry College On Saturday La*.Inyton. Va.. Sept. IT^-Wlth tho flrat vara* of ih? acaaoo only two days off tho real strength of ttao 1?SS Washington and I-a- -",l ? main, * question. to b? solved probably la ih? first two cams* of tb? against Emory and Henry bora Saturday and North Carolina Stat# her* October T. Handicapped by th* lost of aavara! of th# a**t men on the till team and by th* lack of n*w material from tb# Freshman class this year Head Coach JI mmle l>e!lart has had a bis bill to fill to -whip Into shape th* ma varsity. The fact that this year has msrkcd a chance In th# coaehInc system makes It harder to predict juet what euccess the Generals will meet with. With several varsity men still oat of th* llos-ttp with Injuries the outlook aa It is now seems to be rather gloomy.' Though Emory and Henry fell victim to the University of Tennessee Maturday by .a rather lars* score Tennessee Is Slgted ...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 29 September 1922

LEE CHAPEL TO BE - CONVENTION TOPIC United Daughters Of The Confederacy Will Discuss Mat-. ter At Fredericksburg Lexington. Sept. ?The question of the enlargement of th.? Le? Chapel will be brought to the attention of the Virginia Division. United Daughter* of the Confederacy when It nie<t* in Fredericksburg, October 10 to 13. The enlargement of the chapbl vini taken up last year by the General U. D. C at It* convention In St. Ja>ul? and tentative plans have been made for carrying out the plan as suggested there. A protest ha* been made by the Mary Custls I.? o Chapter at 1-exingt*>ji against the enlargement of the Chapel and letters to thl* end hnve kr.-u aer.t to every chapter In the Virginia Division asking their support in thl* matter. * It cannot be predicted how thl* matter will turn out ns there seems ? to.be a (treat <1ca.1 of division in the matter. It la expected however n I 11\ < 1 v fight will ensue when It is brough...

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