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

*i: ' -* -?AT 1 II III II I i i l 1 ' 1 a,iLi t" ' run WORLD NEWS CImIM aSvarUato* riu* Zo a 11 a* oounilnf 0 words to ,?n? Dtaplar otaaalMd Nc par UKk AU eMM a.lwtWm atrtctlf nth tn idtMct 1 Special nM rate* to looc-Ura meertlatr# to application Caa* *M accompany sll oul-ol tovp ,#rttn MlaclaaM B?a t loo* pot prrmittad. Jiu run a* heavy blactotacad UP* per* it tad , r ' All adventaeoietii* meat reach tba hnrlahM ntfl?i by 8:30 p at (or publicsttoo neat morula*; Saturday* or i PHONE 3142. ' A THOUGHT FOR TODAY _ V It'a not what you do that count* ao much, U'K the way you do It. Let ua eiplain how you can gat an attractive ad. In theae column* and run It tha whole year. YOU'VE LOST If you haven't conaulted M. T Co. before buying your Fall Tog*. MITCHELL TAILORINO CO. W1 AUTOMOBILES srvERAi. RXCCwrinM* i. Itfhiljr ! *>?* cart. I'hooe 1177 between f fcim 0 p m. t4M lOR BALK? Km*i tourlna eats new |>hint. new Urea. A I eoodltton Phone I7B0. . , , llll tokD , PA^kh?...

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

^^^^KHITEKN Busincs-s Today The rtatffrir.t f? frequently made f: that while tin strikes are oyer the eonntry h. ? i t vet i>? 1 <t for them. jF^ Probndy t rich tmphas.s has b> been plain! -mi *!.< loss of purchasing nou-r I y'the minors. as one Item *' of the i;oft. 'J hi ,?i hi'tk wfte Idle fe ' In cr> r > utnner* and for a much Bs. Ionic r i t! *i t!-?- railway shopmen. but it i" to I .e remembered that In the nt: 11 ciicms fields they were Wnetnp' .-.I i. - . larire paTt of the iKvc tln'e r\ n f l.i m frere were no jt}--' etrlki*. '1 : v w c?c >1 w.th tinueunl ete.-i.T'c.-? t'r weeks preceding their w.i i- He April 1. nnd for K the ti-t i 'hi year I hey will he fully i c i : >. d. Moreover. In the 1-4" ? rk t r tl;? minors. while the sir !< Mai uu.Sr way elsewhere, and I'v t?. 111! if the year the bltumiri " i n 11 i t a- a i:iwi|i will probnbiv ? u r . ? i\ ? -J as much In the w,,...

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

. ) Market and Fi MERGER FAILURE FELT IN STOCKS War Talk Alio Affects Mar* ket, But Not to Exolusion of Other Influences. I*, itaan p. Wni. . (By SbmIH ? - - Hoatioke World-New*.) (Copyright. W?U Buret, New York, Sept. Jf.? The market* again today all felt the train of the ugly-appearing development r at ltie bardanellea. But again 'the lurkteli newa waa only on# factor and not the moat Important one, la the general unaettlement. J telling exchange gave the prlnclreflection of prevailing uncertain* Vy with a drop of over three centa a [pound. Ttiin waa ac< . mpaniod by deVluiea in itritieh Government seCurltlea and In other Kuropeah (lovernm?nt issue*. French la aold again gt their low of the year, French T l-fe catne down within a point and a half of their low, whit* the Mel* rgtan 7 1-2*. with a drop of a point, I kOiade a new low record for lkJf. The Investment bond market In' general wae really weak. There were loenea of a point to 2 point# In many ourpofutn buiide, a...

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

^^TWBNTY F DUTCH QUESTION I THE REAL AGEOF F NEW YORK CITY Old Letter Strengthens Claim That Three Hundredth Annirarenrv Sh nil lit Ttp Tn I Not in 1924. > ' >. : I." - Out of the . r . j .if ?ga, Hollanders h ivr t . ! : livl.t a letter with v i.ii-h tI : it!jh'!? Ch.iml.rr of I r - . f . k-t n? .1 ( lalni that , r . ' tt:.- ?.*"th annlver?.! ? i ? i iu i : New Amsterdam \ < \- rK: "houlil ho In i - t ?* . s'i in 1 I. an tciita- i I rlli t llr?i rM?r? Settlement. f. t.. r with t-* uualnt i M l 1 . ' 11 r t n* t"!l of ttir spot ' w oil |m rauti* live; I w .. --..J \ .-itu.itti'i i? }?. i '. ; > ". J _ iia mi.. w here I . Ho _ r i ? ..i. '-in.! timet, t It?. "e 'it t? ..I : : - 'Um\t :.K - * * -j !; . ; " N"? tut-er. -'.Il'fi. ll-i." .1 : Mutiny .<11 ? H'ti M .norilay the ehlp I VI V'" > : A ititifiilani wlil.Ji sill- J i !* v V. 1. r lit till nut nf till' ' .V.ii 1.1.1.? .' i th? Hudson i on]1 . t'-Tn 1 ? r I'-, tl.iy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

355S pje^oatiokc Poflil-^etDg VOL. 40.?No. 79. 14 PAOB8 TODAY ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922. * PRICE T HR Bfe CBNT8 FOOTBALL IS FEATURE OF DAT HSOOTH Many Big Elevens Start Moving in Preliminaries to Big ger Things Hext Week? Centre-Cfemson and Virginia-George Washington Contests Regarded Features?Bo McMillan Starts, As Coach. Richmond. 8?pt. 30.?(Br The Associated Preae.)?The lltl toot* bell season in Virginia got under full swing todajr. Two of the Bute's colljgee seat expeditionary forces Into the East and another into the Booth, but local enthusiasts found plenty of entertainment la the eonteeU at home. ? The same between George Wash* In gt on end the University of Virftnla at Charlottesville probably will draw the largest attendance of those played within the State, hot of little leas Inter eat will be the game between Emory and Henry and Washington sad Las at Lsxlagtoa. Virginia defeated the ttatchetttes last rur, St to t, and the' Oenerala downed Emory ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

MF fc. TWO TRIES 10 FORCE VOTE ON PIEST FOR HOC. REPORT L ? Councilman Fox's Motion to Bequest School Board to ^ Act Is Allowed to Sleep. -r Coum ilir.nn I? A*i X yesterday trleV to f.>r. a x .r r< latlvc to tin CI t y i'.iusxM r icKti'ii: the ?"it y 8c h c</l C"j-1 : > f i: sh Fount .1 with a detailed i?-p ri <f tl.c r'Vtliits und. expend tur.x of i> . i ... ?>.! tor Aukuat. H:s mot! ?jx permitted to ln-p. Mr. Fox vu't-.l" to know If \\>e board hud tua ii ;i iti-ori to tlvc city clerk a d w?? ! : ! that it had not. Slav or Kiahhur w:in:-d the matter 'laid uvtr until t'l i.e\l meeting, ?1?Cl?vt IriK t hat v.i dent wurit to eturt an. arif.im- nl." Count limatj Fox declared that ' w ? should do our duty, whether tney u>> ?>t i.< t Ti.a vueriiPii ?ai raised when Mr Fox asked the cuy clerk If lb? board had "made it report to It:in for the tw-.niii of .tuiiu...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

"BABBITT' GIVEN HIGHEST PRAISE BY MCS Declared to Be Far Above Main Street ? "One of # Oars" Found to Have It? Short Oominfe. Of tho new book* on tho lilt of tho Public Library tka chief,' In fiction, la -Babbitt."^ by Mlnclalr Low la. Of tbo novcla publish<*<i In tho United btatoo this yoar It stands first In nil respects, or KMtlnuv all. worth I considering. Tho roosptlon that It I has rocolved from rsrlswsr and read-1 w, w mluiniidou y roraiai ?na bppredstlve bb to constitute it bb event in American lltmttra unparalleled bo (Br this year. With one voice the reviewers are sending forth their praises; no n one than H. I* Mencken eonfeeaea that bo finds the hook without a flaw. Three year a ago Xovla With hJa coarae. If veracious. "Main Street;" achieved a name greater than anr other American novellat had aohleved. with one book, in perhaps lea years. It ranks among the greatest American novels. The staid Atlantic Monthly gave It oonaldoratlon aa the greatest. ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

PsOClAL ANE MRS J. W SHJ I Office flours: 9 to 10 . M PI f I CANNOT HIM) V?1R M'lRJT t Mddci. bind y our spirit in marble and ?t >1 e Wor breath* you !n the stlllneea ! v of a ?t?r. Kor In th? lutf i caress catih any tono Aa fragile ar.l elusive as you arc. The lotus winds arc not more softly hi w n Than }iur lnpa*slo::ea mv-sic trom nfur. Vhoif nh.sper night hive held Apcllu'e rav. Or lulled the lord O.ty.sseua from hi* throne. I cannot iar\e your grace In willcwswaying Nor chisel out the light your body'* shining And Orpheus. w'.th all hi* frenzied plu.MnK. , . j Could never none the gates from their confining And If he failed, how shall I sing you free? . Oh. moon i f Impossible' night? Eurvdlre I ?Joseph Auslandcr. in the October Lyr c. Mr*. Boxley (II tea Reception Apricot ?a? the color scheme for the lower suite of the home of Mrs J. V. B"Xley on Franklin Road for the recertlon given on Friday afternoon from 6 to 6 o'clock. The decorative effects were artistic baske...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

. "" Tf") 7 * BUGGY BUSINESS f I THRIVES DESPITE '. ABM OF AUTOl Carriage Builders Plan Hon- I; ster Meeting In Mew York In October?Virginian An, Officer. Cincinnati. O.. Sept. J?. ? (Br the B Associated Preaa.)?There In n buaf- I na wall aa a sentimental raason H (or holding tha fiftieth annual con* fl wentlon of tha Carriage Bnlldara' Na- R tlonal Aaaoclatlon. oldest Industrial H organlaatlon in America, in Naw lorlt Clt/ October to IS. aaya Oeorge W. Muaton. of Cincinnati, aecxstary and traaanrar. According to Bacretarr Huaton. ft 1a fitting that the goldan jubilee annlvaraary be obaarved In tba metropolis. where the C. U. K..A. wan born: and It will ba a good buslneaa stroke to ahow tba nation's first cltr that - tha carrlaga trade la far from being '"adaad one." The popularity of tba automoblla Wasn't kept tba buggy bualaaaa from proaparlng," Mr. Huaton explains. -Boggles ara atill largely uaad In the rural districts. Down South It mill alwaya be the favorite conveyance. We ala...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

! BIX * The Roanoke World-Mews K?tat>;i#h?d 1KW E' ROANOKE. VA PilMiabcd Km? D?j ta *pt Suad-ij --U* ? TIMES WUKID CORWKATION. Timet B'jildtt'i Roanoke. V* USHBIRN. Editor. Ni-mbrrt of HriMB Nrvtpaper fablitbera AmocuHob MM* Kf??i'?;tr PubUthert' kteociatioe The AetocialeO fr CM Aud i Dureao of Ct/vulallo? gTSe"Reapplied l*rtn |? etclUeively toUlko to tl>* uk tor republication of all we dltpatchet Crt'llUO to H or ool MMTwIm Credited to tbit paper an.l ajao the local newt publithed bcrna roKEioTT rxpresbmtati\'e Wrelick A Burt loc, Nrw Tork and Chtraro khUrrd ti pottoffl-e tl Roanoke. Virginia. I at Second Clate Mali Matter T , HATLS IN ADVANCE It cmt? per p*yabl? to carrier. 90 24 per rrar p?yirt>:* at tba oS:.e EV MAIL Bally, on* rrir 13 00 Bally, aix Duollii ..ItJMI Daily, three month* f 1 60 Dally, one monlb 90.60 TELEPHONES Duriny tba Day It Call At Nlyht 6 30 1* M. to 8:30 A. M. Boaim uli.i 314" Bdtlori.il lifjuf I rerpt .3144 Ctmnmii icalion) ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

? >' ; '* ' (Published b; Mi?f AjdHit I V1UUJI PA BUCK. p LLOT Joint Meeting Is "Put Over" In Grand Style kfklv C>t?w.l.i? ? rled Out M?e? Creditably-. Mr. M(4)?Ukla irmIu. With m record brtiklng attendance and a good humored audUneo. the Martha Washington and Jefferson Ldterai y Society "put over" In grand atyle the Bret meeting of the new term. The auditorium wae aim cat crowded, over one hundred anu fifty people attending. Many or the hard working faculty, even, aaw At to apend an enjoyable evening tn this way, rntber than .-down town at a "movie,'* or elaewber*. The Aral number on the program was a eong. "Kentucky Babe*" by a double guartette, that had only aia member*. Thle Is not the Crst tunc that theee venders of harmony have appeared before a literary society audience, and tbelr efforts were loudly acclaimed. Mr. Mctdullkin, Superintendent or Public Instruction, then gave a most Interesting and Instructive talk oa the Importance ot literary work in the...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

gBtOBT MANY SPEAKFRS AT MEIHODMEET Holston Conference"Held Two J Interesting Sessions Yesterday i Brintol.. Tfitn . 2? ? Rev. \ Thur??t n T r-n?- general ?*vanffell*t , fpr ih?- lli'ixua I'ooffMnc*. .. J-""-!! via prfifnu-n mem wnen tncy enter th voting booth*. One-of the ticket* * 111 carry the name* of the candidate* In thp congressional districts and the other ballot will contain the words. "For a Constitutional Convention" and' "Against n Constitutional Convention." this later ballot will be prepared to carry out a. resolution adopted hy the last generaly assembly provldtng tor euTmilsslohTo the voters of the state at the November election the question of whether or not a constitutional convention shall be called. Virginia went through the heavy expense of a constitutional convention In 1902 and there followed sessions pf the acneral assembly In 1902, 1901 and 1904 during which the statutes were made to conform to the pew yonstlti.tlnn Col. Jo'En W. Williams, clerk of the house ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

MOSCOW'S MERRY BEQGMIS RETURN (TO FORMER PLACE gteportf Frequented By Mendicante Vibrate With Joke* ^ find Laughter Am Heela m Art Btrrtd. ?Voseow, Rapt. 1_<By Mall)?The Wtl? Ot Moscow hove been enjoy * Mnnptten of fro# trade under * the Soviet realms nearly aa touch ae liio profiteers and speculators. ^ A year or so ago, when the Oovimm?rt doled out everything to SVoryfcody, the arietoerat and the better alike, and money was ot vary little uee. mend I spats virtually disappeared from all their haunta at the >ar|oue street corners. But with the rsopenlng of tyede. and when the <! eUy parade ot shopperi besan anew, "the bscaare returned and apparently brought a lot ot relatives and friends i ftrlth them. Beaars A nappy Ut | The professional beggars of Mosare a happy lot when ot duty. |They congregate In vacant lots and In nooks and corners of tumbled Mown buildings. ?h?re they gainUle none themselves; joke and laugh; aid their feasts, apparently obliv...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

p-.' to Hisfifor IK SERIES FULL OF QUEER TURNS Brush Opposed and Then Made Rules?Giants and Athletics Pooled Share and Then Disagreed. I. w II? John II. Koalrr. op' .. ! i' trr<pnndfnt of The World-Newa.) ii'i-I-irV'!.1 933. hy The Koanoke World-Newa 1 New Vori Sept. 30.?The Idea of * Hie wor'.jl r!es. as It Is played now, Kr?n < ut tlie opposition of the ran v I n ili?w tip and wrote the v. i ! rul?e. the writer assist. In ic 1., til. ' <> the playing of a world art ? i 1 >0 . 'ho Nrw Tork National . Jieacue i : won the pennant and the Bo-'.on An.'fican League club won t at ' . - j'tnmut. The Boston Huh wanted to play wfth New York In a pe???-season series. The owner rf t!.<- Nuw York National League ? lilt, .'ohn T. Brush, was not destr.Mi? . playing, as there was a great d< (1 : personal resentment hovering ?i\.r I asehall as the rssult of the Ati:< ii<-an League's entry Into New Yo...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

"V*7I ? AT im WORLD NEWS illM aaiwtMii run ? i iter ouatla* i word* u (l? Um Diaplay MM M? per tod AM Mill adraruataa mwn ia titmm ' w!?tomlMM* ****l4"B ? Chafe few tcmfeuy an Mid . afefe atfem ? ' MtoetofeUtofetoav fefet aaaafeittdRk'Mi ? Mn feUcfe-faaad trv Will All wmuitoiiti Baal MaafeWa audacaa afelca toy fe;30 l ? |w in? m ",,J' non ties. > 1 ' ' S A THOUGHT FOR TODAY It's not what you do that eouata so much, It's the way you do It. Lot u? explain how you ' can got an attractive ad. In theoe columns and run It the whole year. v -> YOU'VE LOST If lot koTOB't conaalted M. T Co. baforo baring yoar fall Togo. MITCHELL TAILORING CO. m' . ' AUTOMOBILES FOB* Vat F^HurmiobOa. O. E. VaatHlia. baa On in Cor-1 Um and mm astro Cjr hu nu oily ?A00 aM laii-j. sow roa IUt-OM Brort M^al TaMElar car. aa mm. It taMroatod eat! C. O. Moormm for OtfltOMtrftUOo bixI Idip^Iiod. Ad<nw 414 Harry Itnai 0. W. Pboaa jlBbf. lEVIK PAMEHOtt CHANDLER CLOSED Car. At ?rhanlcal ...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

f' % ^ TWELVI i good tone eds i Fin aljjusiness Securities Markets Weaken On ^ - Mixed Influences?Monej Continues Easy. if' j New York. Sept. JO.?(By the Associated I'ree*. >?Speculative "bear" traderc launched a aerlea uf attacks I acamst stock prices this week, which resulted In declines of t to S points In h number of active Issues. t\hil? opinion generally leaned to the the or/ thit the reaction *?i in the U?t?irft correction of ? weakened technical condition, the decline un-> doubtedly was aided by unfavorable developments In the Near East. publication of poor railroad earnings statements for August, abandonment of the Kepubllc, Mldvale, Inland steel merger and firmer call money rates. The declines In some bonds were even more pronounced than those in the stock market, foreign issues beins particularly weak In response to the steadily declining exchange rates. French und Belgian Issues sank to the lowest levels In several weeks and a number of the South Am...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

Market and F: < MARKETS AGAIN lV REACT TO WAR no Seal Scare Bat Waiting Attitude Has Its Effect?Price Reactions Moderate. i (By vrt?e to Um j Roanoke WorlS-Ne*^? L wall Mtreet. Kew York. Kept. ? ? The train of the situation At lb* Dardanelles was admittedly greater on tb* markets today than at any time since thr War cloud loomed on the Near Eaet horlaon. The market . vie* d the situation only short ofa actual warfare. No calculations affectlnr the day'* market* could wall bare tiean made Without taklnw Into fount 'tbe poNrth 1111 jr of a elasn bet wet n DrltUh and Turkish troop* beginning over the week end. If _ tfcere wee to be a war scare It 1 seemed as if It must have come out today. What actually happened, however, waa a aerlea of ipederUU prlce-movetnenta ibd testing uncertainty and uneasiness but no eerlous alarm. K Sterling tew tower, but did not get down to tie tow point 'of the previous day. British Oovarnment bonds sagged off a btt. nut they dM aot equal their r...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 30 September 1922

EE> \N'S WEEK! ? ifiVM and Chi By William Je The Childhood of JesitB?Tex Mr. Bi Ku. (Luke II And The child grow. and waxed 8 and ih? grace of lii'd *?? upon him. Now bin parents went to Jeruaal & paatove-. , And when lie was twelve years old, Rv? - custom of the feast. And when they had fulfilled the Jesus tarru-d behind In Jerusalem; and It. Buy they, supposing him to have Journey: and they sought him among And when they found htm not, th seek I n_u_ htm. And it name to pass, that after thr? sitting In the midst of the doctors, b questions. And ad that heaid him were a? answers. _ . And w'hen they snw him, they wet him. S- th Why bust thou-dealt with sought thee sorrowing. And he said unto them. How Is It I must he about my Father's business? And they understood not the sayli And he went down with them, ar Ject unto them: hut his mother kept i And Jesus increased In wisdom a and mum One of the most wonderful * and richest chapters In all the Bible Is the seco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 October 1922

' "V ' ' ' '' v-? * '' ^ rT ' Y' "' " iilS pjeRoanoke BJ o diVNcro 3 : SiS VQL.<40i?&o. 80. 22 PAQE8 TODAY BOANOKK, VA? MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 2, 1 922. PRICE THREE CBtfTS * \ LARGE CROWD : EXPECTED TO HEAR SDNDAY \ ' Nearly One Hundred and Fifty Ushers Will Handle Throng. - Doors Will Be Opened At 5:30?Mr. Sunday and Party Arrived This Afternoon From Bluefield Where He Preached This Morning. All Preparations Completed. Parking Rules. Nearly one hundred and fifty ushers will report to the City Auditorium this afternoon to handle the huffh crowd anticipated for the Billy Sunday service which will bo held there this evening. Everything Is In readiness for the mammoth service and the people who flock- to hear the noted evangelist will be handled and ushered to seats with mail mum speed and efficiency. The doors will be opened at 6:30. Mr. Sunday and hla party will come to Roanoke this afternoon from Bluefield, where a meeting was scheduled for this morning. It...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 2 October 1922

rmo ' pir hoi ns p. m. i. wohs r to tie score Sftdet Reserves More Sure Or [ Their Plays, But Surpassed in Plunging and Aerial Plays. K A MtiaatU<nnl JuKirlt- caUh in ?K? East few minute* of play, followed ?y another Mic ssful forward pass, BftMod Alelmont to even the woro mh Ih* -V M 1 Junior' Vnisitv aturdny nfti-'iumn at the K?tf Broun <ls The panic ended in a 4 to. i tie. Gr:t and determination-on III* part of tlie local tmya offset lack of practice and retrieved what looked to be a defeat at t'ae hands If the end. to The cadet reserves wore more sure t>ti their play* hut wore surpassed Sy the locals l lit "ukIl.iiI th*- game In Loth line pluoRini arid ;.ie nerinl FfHite. The two spmuitlonul pan*.* tgjri leted t>y Belmont in the last POEeK of the part e follow "d A. S.'-lev |f.:<?rta; flfps which carried the |,nl] Mirty.flie and forte yard*.front the Itierrlng hand of vbtck" Jones MrCrackon scored for the^ endeta i nd Btark*...

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