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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

fj rot/ft i ' ! Why Al? Is Vital to M By ROY At 8. O Commisiiooer ofHi C| OVERING the brain are eerti protecting- tieraes called the all other tfceoee oL the body. mm itself hm., Whan it does th. "Meningitis." Before there U actual inflaanu nongwtion for a considerable period is controlled the actual inflammation AO brain disturbances hare hot symptom. In meningitis this is sen ihg. Neuralgia, hers and that* thj another sign of this disease. There nese to noise. Sleep is disturbed on 1 Stiffness of the mosclss of the body ts neted. Sometimes the band maeelea. The muscles of the abdomenare drawn laward. Theremay be twltch' Ins of tha musdwJMr* and tbera. and ~'T~ rueruleinas Tbsra ara various paral/aas. Oaa eya turn outward or taward. due te a paralyse muaola. Tba lid may droop. N The aide of tba faea amy be yeialf"d Orladtas of tba teeth. delirium. stupor ead uaodnaeiouanoee are etber sjrmptouts. .. It Is unusual Car maata?ttls to fr ? primary disease. That la It usuafty follows aom...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

fc*VT5NTY ADVERTISE 1 E 1 THE WORLD NEWS ^ ML ' ' ClaaaIfled adrrrtltl-f rate# 7e a llna oouoUnr 0 *wi\)a to tha Una. F I ,* Olalt; (.iMlSnl Me par loch. AU rlaa?t:.rd a-trrrllaiac atrirtly * , . eo?h tr ad> twdaJ < *?.'. n(? to locf-tena ad1 . ?rrti??r? -.b a; r'leat! to. Caah m:?t ao.-emraay all out-ofto?o orO?r> _ i ' I ' MtaelaatiQcatiooa rot permit tad. permitted All KJ*?n:?*ni?tiU must reach tba l-'t'ioex off!"? br S:30 p m. tor publication c-il mortise; Saturdays j b I t K*.1 niojnt 3i?2. < r, f\ J * I ' A THOUGHT FOR ' | TODAY El Someone hae said, "A -I lit:!e learning is a dangerous thing." A little [ nJve,tTsTng Is expensive, jj Hut rontinnoui advertlsf !ng, tho' It Is little, brings 9 home the bacon. p j NOTICE WV rellne men's ami *omen'? ,$oats and overcoats?Phone 673-J. I I. Mitchell Tailoring Co. Lj*Z AUTOMOBILES J'OR SALE?Bulck tour. Call after fl P. W. 1523 Chapman A*?. 8. W. 8332 i'OK SALE?1 Llberty-SLx Tourtnc car. rood c...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

.HIGHWAY BOARD - MARKING TIME I Knowledge of Exact Amount For Road Purposes is Holdt ing Up Commission (Br CABTBH W. WORBBLKY) Richmond, October 7 ? Know|ed?e of whether Vftglnla will have II.OOO. ooo or tio.foo.eeo to expend an Mate 4 hiahway construction In HIS la not only necessary for the proper mah* In* of plane durinir the fall and win* * ter for the maintenance of the (till highway ayatem In IBIS but also baa an Immediate i>??-?? ? * on me pieus (or const rue tien. according to (flctsie of tba Itate Highway Depart moat. The Btoto le now working on O ' pro*rem or producing completed plane ready (or contract for IV mllee of road per month In aecordOBce With . the belief of the new state Highway Commission that funde would be pro* vUl-d by the General Assembly to pormlt the carrying out ot a program < o( this magnitude. Toy Drop I'art of fem ' I . If -trttlf (3.00V,000, the amount ot Federal end Btate funde which Will be mailable under curreijt rovMHoa - le...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

1 IT P^^TWENTy-TWO Business Shows Recovery As News From War Ease) ? ? I a Cm ^bnrlagr i.o.rrnn I'llratt mt la P 1 tfaatrtal Kapanalua ? It a altera Takr >rn lalereat la 1 ulnar. Hi* X?t? York. ' ? 'P? the A*so r-*ltt?4 it,., . nn tie Turk la! rtale appa ft h: i.. y'rhling to th ( proeeeje* i' u'gn'a' ...lie a ehar| rally In eei-uti'y ;,n <? v.,1* a factor but ? greater U tli>II mlMt'd ti look, at the l.i, tji li aspects ot th< tlon.ru , ? t ... . y Pram,a'a I ih. n ail.-ihle aljn point to a fi r"-r ii-ipruvemrnt li the volume . ( Juatrl.i' production l"*r lo?.i ? - r 1 r ?r- K rhdlni ; M*ptenil? - >:? ( ? can. i >-t *?ew MKh r ilii.?war. Th< * new (igjri? ? u:.i Juit a 11 > . almot xactlx iii' kifii.r than that ui the ror.r< wck .'? > ? ar Air<? Bltumif ' ,> ? ??f? 1 'pro<Jiict,i.v>n OiMitm tl*H t" 1 t'l t??ns ?! k i* * ?? The amou...

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Page TWENTY-THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

; ; ' Market and Fi 'STEEL DOMINATES . TRIM STOCKS V. S. Common Ooos to Vrw b Hlfh for Y?tr */>?< t? * sue His Little XfTeet. nr Kiln r. Wrat. t(?y lp?ol?l LhmS -Wire to ili? Hoa.ioke Wvm?Ntwi.) Wall IIthi, Oct. ?.?The principal point of laterdat in tba financial altuation today vii bow tba inarfcota would receive tba over Monday announrtmtnt of tba naw Siao.a^fi.oafi Oovornmant loan. Aajt turned out. tba nawa bad llttla ?|f*ct on? way or tba othar. Lib* arty bonda want oft but to a trifling aatant only. Tba general Investment Hat waa ataady and tba atoclc market kept on with tba new for* I ward -movement' which got under way laat weak . A month ago when* the Liberty i foam war* selling at a premium and wb?-r. there were Infitaafiaa even cf I paw municipal quotations being put . out under four per cant a long time I ' treasury leaue would cartnlniv have bean eaptrted to go at batter than a fopr quarter per cant rata. r.ut aineq then in anllclpatlon of a new * l...

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Page TWENTY FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 9 October 1922

; . p BrTTrFXTV.K"T-R^ | EMPIMNI GOOD [ IN VIRGINIA CITIES I"; r Idle Hands At Minimum In iEft Roanoke? Few Industries Show Decreases. Will ' TUr Ai r1 'VI r- I r - - - ? flared hv t .. 1 . , .11 t vf l.abor'a , fmpluvr in .1 ni nthly r*f fc- port t 'i.o ,s\* ?n.t:inbuted tta ?h?t? r.-> II. . j 1. ? mwt J.11 ci?* ploy m? : 1 !." '>.? n??t?*d during tSeplun - t hn uc ii-mt th> nation. Rtiij t 1:: 1 ii.f lumber industry in \ (i erean I ?trri|tly laM piuntl- r . . "i :.?yinr: 1 >1 ri In' paid. Ad Jit I !>.. m ..ri 1 u hIpo wtrv taken ? !! in lii-vij engaged In III 1' In: 11 .'.| 1 * ?'! and kindred pr?.<: :i vl e! paper mill p.-nil ! * * .? - < li> nilialf. atone. ?l;?y n ij. ). , x- u* 'r mpli>vma<lt. ? in textile. til eta I and |ra,tli< : I ;?<: > liirn w.i* a Pteady lir.pr i.' ?n? aided A.I; ,.p i >' lani.r dipputm In r, hull' 1 r....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

:5S ?IjcSoanoke^EofUKNero^ sdl VOL. 40.?Ne. 87. 20 PAQE8 TODAY : KOANQKEy VA? TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 10, 1 9 2 2. * ' . PRICE TBRBB CENT 8 f PEACE IS NOW f UP TO TURK GOVERNMENT Signing of Armistice Expected wL . Today?Britain Has Said Last Word?Harington Says Has Gone to Extreme * In Concessions?Gratified At Allied Solidarity. K Constantinople, Oct. 10.? (By Th? Associated Press.)?The algn? log of the protocol armistice at Mudania Is expected to tako place at k 6 o'clock this afternoon, according to an announcement by the Haras Agenly, the semi-official French news agency. General Hsrlngton and his staff, who arrived here on I > the Iron Duke at 12:60 this morning. expects to return to Mudanla at 3 p. m. Met at the pier on his arrival by the correspondent, General Harl.ngl ton said: "The.conrentlon we submitted to the Nationalists last evening Is Great Britain's lost word. It now rests with Angora whether the . ; world shall have peace or war." 'A "We have gone to th...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

Hpgp y DbtIek m fn m ONE ON: ' the MOOnER prohibition Enforcement Of fleers Report Having Gathered In Record Quantity of Loot. ? Last *wk win perhaps the most dtaast us to the manufacture of and ' Mflc In liquor In this part of the Stltl that has ever rome to pass, thltvk the federal prohibition enforcement officer* of Hoanoke. They Catikct remember a week In which they ook an much loot and arrested I as many men. Altogether they Rot S.S50 gallon* of beer. It was said at the office of r# C. Brown, the chief officer, today. Wh tkey tft ten amounted to 411 Ral-I Ion*. low wine, gallons and raisin ISHne, one-half Ration. This was the 11 rat raisin wine the officers ever SOt." they said.. It wu* found In AlleRfteny County, near the West VlrRlnln line. Twenty-elRht bushels of corn steal and 9'j bushels of malt were taken also. Resides nil this elyht_-iaaonshlne Still* were* destroyed. Three Btotiilea were seised. A total of fitteen men a ere arretted. In Allegheny County, which was Visit...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

' MM ORGANIZE * AN ADVERTISING ? CLUBINROANOKE Matter to Be Brought Up At Meeting of the Betail Xer| chants' Association ^ llltn for the coming winter ittiun. Diamond Stars To S k .Co Banutorming I Hew York. Oet. 10.?(By the InterI national News Service.)?Member* of I both the (Uaiita and the Yankee* ctllI ed on Judge handle today to receive ^ permlelson to engage in barnstorm? Ml Ing tour*. In each ca*e. with the exI caption of Haba Kuth and Bob MeuI eel. permission wa* granted. The I latter will receive official aanctlon | in a day or two. It I* *tated. there I being some special detail* to be clcaied tip In their cave*. Ml Ruth and Meu*e|, according to ee~ port*, have engaged to play with' varloun team* through the West for a consideration ?*td to be 12.000 a game. This I* almoin a* much a* each Tanke* player received for the entire world' ? eerie*, it Thla latter amount ha* been offl~ rlally announced a* $2.4?. a full (hare going to each of 2# player*, o j j POLICE COURT | Mr*. ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

B B B SOCIAL AN! I ' MKfi ). W SH 1 Office Hourt: 9 to 10 A. M PI Tkt >fw A ?omant and it ibont clear on my U unveiled beauty the day-atar H With delicate eharp form and naw^B born til**. ^B On ocitstle heart where joy ?urH pri?ea, ^B all the Sr?r11 K to me Wai a white flower npon a budded tree. ^B ?By Jeubel Hume In London Ob^B I Brldtr for flu Itlalr Antrim lllee Lmlly J.-ffrey le entertalnlnc ^B M auction bridge 'hia afternoon, ^B complimentary to Mre. lllatr JinI trim. Three table* are engaclna In play, H and Mim Jrfi rey I* aaalated by her ^B mother, Mr* Mary I.ee Jeffrey, In ^B ontertalnliiK her gueats. The guest Hat Include* Mrs. Blair U ... I I _ 1 . ? Vf _ _ .1 .. w . \ll.. H K?"h?Mn? Nr"iH v1l ".KL',',"lh Nelson, Mie* kin* H ot Staunton. Mri J. B. New 4$"' . ?."'M Kathrrlne Buckner. -i- c"*p- Jr Wise Katharine r?,r.th.-. Ml" EAUh Ht rialr. H Sua* ftna M!" Kath*rlnt H Brl4*? I Unrhron ^B # ,m" * ". Caeaell ?i? hn?|??i Of email bridge luncheon on Saturday complime...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

' HAZING MUST GO, " V. Ml DECIDES i Corps Of Cadets Firmly Be> ' hind The Authorities in Movement To Abolish It LS Ltxlaiton, Oct -?The corps of I cadets .at the Virginia Military I Institute has unanimously decided I that all forms of basing shall be It abolished at the institute. in* l nouncement of this action on the part of the corps was mads today by I Oeneral e. W. Nichols, eupennten MM. Cadets Behind ( Bach haslng ? la indulged In hers * tnd ditwhir* la attributed to a vary mull element of the eophomore oluas. The cadeta have decid.d to baek up the authorltlea actively In WWm rid pf thia element not only this year, but neat year aa wall and. la fart, to make the no-hasing plan 1 aa Integral p*j;i of the cadet govern-.. * meat: With" the honor system qtmrely behind IC the plan la sure to succeed. Oeneral Nichols says. .. At ita flrat meeting this session, the hoard of visitors decided to pro gee<l with the curbing of the parade * *round So that the whrie ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I I The Roanoke Worhl-llews JtOAAUkl * A | B Dub-.*bn) At try !>,? L*??Pt Sau<l*y R, __ ? lit ? H ^KvlniiCS WORLD LI'KfUHATIO.N. _\0ha*? Oji:diu<. Roaooac. v? ^^WPTjjmts p. ylsHbUR.v gjito*. Member* of ^' IMrK'in' Nr**?>%p*r Pubn*Atr*' AMOCIatloa W OMkm K??at?aper Pab:i*b*r?' Aaaoauuoo 1 b* ivodaiftl I'rcn Audit burr* j of Clreulttloa r T*a AmooalrO I'rrM I* tlcluttTclr ?D. Utku tu ib* uk r r r*i'jMlcatloo of ml diapauvrt cr#.!lltd to It or Dot ^ KMD^wtaa crtelluo iu tbla papal tn.l tin It* laral rrw* put'abeO bcrrta FOREIGNRKPRESENTATJVt rrltch A Bur*. |oc. y?w tor* Ai'd Cblca?o Latrrr-J ?i l\Vt<.But *t Roanoke. Virginia. ^Bf- ?? ^1)1'! C.J?? N*U Mailer H r It A I L5 IN ADVAm:* It c*n:? per ~tc.< payable io timtr. ?3 . t per rrar payabr at tba offke HY MAIL r wuii. on jf ir ,|j UO Dally. :* t? tiU a JO H Daily, three month* ....ft.AO B Dally, on* 'liuu.tt fO AO TlLii^ONe* Duriuj tba Day *11" ft." At M;bt ' 6.JO V M. ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

j 1 .? ^?r " I'beherw i' i struggle nears i' "zero" hour Names of Two Delegates and One Senator Only Needed to [ Warrant Calling of Extra Session. - Struggle for bttttr roada In VlrfTlnla I?~raptd1y nearlnic tha Mrs Sour, which will coma whan tha red - utalta number of member* of Houaa and Senate hava aliened ror a apeclat aeaalon of the General Aaaambly. accord In a to official* of the Vtralnla Oo<><| R?a<M A?*oclallon yea farday. Hubert C. Elliott, president of tha Aaaoclatlon, atated -hat forty nine d?>tixtea and twenty Sfata Senator* hava already signed for tha special aeaalon. I, mm a total of flfty-dns numbers of the House of Delegates ard twenty-one members of tna Stats h.nat* needed to warrant ths calling of the passion. ths securing the remainIB( thres signatures will bs only a matter of days, according to Mr, Kl, 11o11* Two additional delegates are needed anJ one Senator and when these have been added to the J'et ellen...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I 31 u Hi (Published I ^^^ IfMltar: Assistant WtLUAJt PABUI. I.IJJ I I Many Matters Transacted By K' Class Of '23 - n j (Sr*' > Class of . *i!J? P The Mrond lii^tltiK <>f Hir i l??? -I wan held yesterday liuti.cdialely ^^ 'afltr school. the. Study Hall. The inM|IHC wan called to uriirr by the ^HHnM?nt, WIMIam I:. I'arknr The ^H^nMtlrK Vat later transferred to Ttoom If. as the Kxtenslon Course (netting had the Study Hull.Mia* CarlynN addressed the m?et. ^^ lina on the plans and purpose <>( the ^^^ Jmaffatin.' thin year, and predicted n ^H'.very bright futun Mr Parsons then "explained that since the office -of ^^^HBuiines* Manager. was. such i? re^^ ponslhlc cue. he had decided to take lob of saU.-tliiK this Inillvlriufil. and had chosen l.ouis Kennur<l <>r the < !> > n( ' 'I Tli. .-leu Iseelf at bring highly pleased ?ltk hi* | election. [i Miss lli)*iril then live ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

111 - . pi?^MBI I) What the C I Could Do I tmperille I ' I J By Bsmee Bllrra. For soma time the farmers of this country bay* baan damandln* that ona of thalr own number should ba mada a mam bar of tba board of (?? arnora of the Federal Reeerve 8ys w tern. They are also ask In*, throuah Wthalr national organisations, for a "real dirt farmer" on the Tariff Board. To aome persona Including an oc caalonal editor of a metropolitan 'journal, these demands aeem tho ludlerons demonstration of a harmless I though unpleasant Idtosy ncraay. Why should a lot- of hayseeds, who know nothing about finance, desire x *? place one of their number In p I position of authority where expert ' technical knowledge Is highly necesaary 7 R The farmers know very well why they are making this demand- It Is I because they are fighting for Ufa. I If you exclude the period of the war wtlh Its temporary high prices and profits It la broadly true that for two decades . the farmers of the I United States, end parti...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

- i- ? I Willis Oppc m In Correct m. Redistrict Procrastination In lh- correction . or-tt?e mate redisricting bill; with 'm ?toane?? needed 1. It over until -* tfc# nsat seeeh n "f the 1/C( lalaturn. will rnault in the hill tint ruing Into tfact until 1S2I. according to Hoi Man 'Willie, floor hxdtr ?( the Virginia Houm of Iielegatm, In a statement made >e?terda?. A sound pulii *lo, policy nn<1 ,1ueti r to the Various XSMtlons of the Stale demand that the L?eglolat u t c l>? "turned before Mm expirelIon > t 1SI2, Mr. Wtills ' #14 further. ( The ueetioit of the rrdietrlctlng Imbroglio came ab"lit follovtlng the 4trcOverv that +!i the Senate Kedls I? UM wor?c must be don.-. Many women's truggie along for - w>w wtsfitig from some form of Pt jlwinw1? trouble that make their lives BiMTtUa anrl their homes far from Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has helped thousand* of : jut euch women regain th< ir health 5" amd str...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I > CROPS SUFFERING I LOSS, BUT HARVEST I IS to BE LARGER I Department Of Agriculture I i Announces Preliminary |L Estimates SI IMjr The AuwUlrd Pnh) I Washington, Oct. 9?Crops gen rally suffered loss In proepectlre BL' production during September but tbo harvests wilt bo Isrger than they were last year, except in the ease of corn, buckwheat,- sugar beets and peanuts, according to pre llmlnary estimates and torocaats of production announced today by -the Department of .Agriculture. These I showed a reduction as compared B with a month ago of 26.000,000 bushels of oats. 21.000,000 bushels Br of com, 8.000.000 bushels of spring ' wiisat. ic,000.000 bushsis of peaI nuts. 5.000,000 busbela Of white I potatoes, 2,800.000 bushels of sweet I potatoes and 2,900,000 busbels of B- apples. There were Increases, howB * ever, in the forecasts of tobaceo, B - barley, buckwheat, rice and beans. fl ('era IsUtn HmHr. B Xsbrsnku's corn crop nMertf most. showing a reduction of about 13.* ee...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I j<^>yicL'vl lODEHEM!! 10'fS \ FOREIQNWAR VETS Saw Service With Tennessee Volunteers In Cuba And Did "Y" Work in France , M<>st nf>' t!v - I'.oaroke who i' fcolds th* 1 r Cun<1uy party In afKoetlonate kn- w that Homer Kodehe?\< r " . ? it " toldler of the P>, crow' , tut ft ?. It ! safe to say. Knew that J-e vt? an he< at-to-jroodMf r.jthllnc it an. who hnj. In the uniform t f the I'nlted Staloi. rarrleit ? fan "wUh Intent. If Rot disposition, t" to Kill, vtvund. etc." Veil, the farf came out last nlicht throuicn Carle n JVnn when he present. .I Rntlv I' ' Initiation Into Blue K.dcc |v??t. Veterans of Korelitn foreign \t a Rcaly wni, n private In a Tener?-'? volunteer reirlment iturlntr the little brush of 'Jtf. nnd saw service on the southern eoast of Cuba. Kor that service, and _ the more n cm? ?frvlfe ii? 1. M. c.. A. work In France, he wAs given, with due ceremony nnd pelfmn oblig...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I wiiinwui I' SPEAK HERE FRIDAY I A Noted War Correspondent Is I Coming To City Under AuspiI ces Of * University Club TJii I'nltmliy Club will .open td winter program by preaantUig WUI I Irwin, "tha Aca of American Corra? apondenta." at tha city Auditorium I naat Friday night. Tha addraaa nlll te epan to the public and la'onlv one h of the many, lntaraatlaf apadkera tha Vnlverslty Club Will bring to the | -'city thla winter. I recent war win de-Ia.ri! I Irwin had juat romnitd traju an I rtlrnilH trip to Europe. fh? Axner lean Magailn* and Collier'* sent him Io Europe and he 'was on hi* way Within three days after the tlerman* H l*w elege to Lleg*. Kor she years hp ' was one of lbs forrmost war ?orre - Spoil fir n t s. I Talked teshrr" 4a Prtalrr. Bl) Mo" was practically .everVnr ???r* . during iha war?with all the armies. - on all front* and In ail coon trie*. ' Ha became an expert ah* hla "ar tides were widely published. Ha wae under Are on aeveral oceaeiona and waa gassed. The mem...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 10 October 1922

I fourteen I! GOBBLERS PREPARI FOR CENTRE GAME I V. P. I. Football Squad i: I Being Given Hard Practice I by Coach Cibbage I Blarkshurr O t. S?With Willlar I and Nirr kc out i>t th* ?? th* Gobbler* *:il bend all of the! effort* toward i roitarlnn for th treat (tame *|-h Centre College t d* p!?>e<i In Richmond next Satur ??t. i mi w in prooaoiy [i? in? mn? rotable grid battle In th* State thl year and report* from Richmond t Graduate Manager Miles are to th effect that the.. game will draw th lament attendance of any footbal mill ever stag-4 In the Old Dominion The scare that the Indiana threv Into the Gobbler rooet after thel . memorable battle with Tenn State i week ago was of ahort duration Once the Tech machine jot unde w ay the en I never In doubt. Vlaltore In Urfraalte, defensive and the driving tactical Quarterback Wallace baffled the op position' at all time*. Wallace allowed more real, unadulterated general ahlp here Saturday than ever be for...

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