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THE ATLANTA OCTOBER 1J 1908. gS their hopes-to fair weather .and .record- breaking crowds at Chicago Sunday and Monday TEe gross" receipt today were nly. $18,475. Of"this $1,647 goes "to the national cdaraitsslon 12.865 to the team .ownersVand M.895 to tfre players- The a covered stands In which the seats were rewrved and the regular bleachers were- Srelliflned. but the greea circus seats hid few occupants. This was partly C due to the rain however as many A spectators found' themselves less un- f comfortable standing than sitting. Tlgera "Score- First. E Sheckard opened the game with a drive to "right on which toe reached j second when Cobb slipped In fielding the balk Evers struck out trying i sacrifice and Schaefer retired Schulte on a fine stop and throw. Chance 'walked and stole second but Stelnfeldt could cot deliver the needed pinch hit. and was out on a fly to center. iDetrolt was more fortunate Mclntyr puncturing the sphere for a clean single to left on the first ball pitched. O'Leary and Crawford bpth fanned but Mclntyre stole second. Ty Cobb then singled cleanly to lelt scoring JJclntyre. -but was' caught trying to take second. With one down in the second. Craw ford pulled oft the most sensational fielding feature of the day. Tinker leaned against an m-shoot and the ball sped on a. lln v. toward tenter Held. Running backward at full speed. Craw- -ford1 grabbed at the ball with one hand and held It. cutting oft ah easy three- bagger or perhaps a home run. The lain was falling heavily at. this time but both sides were retired without threatening the plate. Cabs Score Fear Ran The base lines were slippery with mud and the around around the home plate .almost a puddle. The game was delayed for a few moments .at the be- slnnln of the third while a load of sawdust was distributed around the "p'ate. Wits this- flrm basis for his feet. Sheckard drove a liner over Rosi- maa's head and took second. Evers. in attempting to sacrifice bunted to wards Schiefer. but Schaefer slipped up and the runner was cafe. Sheclcard advancing. Schulte followed with a single past Downs and Sheckard scored. Change grounded to Kllllan who threw "Ever out at third. Steinfeldt singled to deep lett. scoring Schulte froTn second. Dn Mclntyre's bish throw to Srhaefer. Chance took I thlra and Steicfeldt second. Hoffman j walked filling the bases. Summers j took Kltltan's place In the box. Tinker forced Hoffman. Downs to O'Leary. I but Chance scored on the play. Tinker stole 'ecoad. Schaefer let Kling's j slippery grounder get through his hands and Steinfeldt scored. while i Tinker took third. Kllng and Tinker attempted a doable steal which war broken up by Schmidt. Downs. and Rossman.tv.Vo.he'd ThikT at third anil i-asght King between the v a e- Four rur.s. Fast fielding set Detroit down run- .fs in tSeir -.air. S eekard's third hit won m. th di--lnctlon .of being the only batter to reacli base In the "mirth. T.e fift-i was likewise uh- erentftjl. rii'-aiEfci Trent out one. two. 3r e n fie sist but Detroit's fipr sorters took -sncwftl hope wiien. vrit.i. wo out. Slc-tntyre beat out an nfl M j hit -and O'Leary singled to l ft. "raw- 'Drd cnJed th rally which ad sw.t the i crowd to slrrieklnif Sir weakly jrround- j lir to nsult-arh. Cwba Score One More. I That the Tigers were far from being subduf-J was demonstrated in the events which Chicago celebrated bv adding another run to thei- already apparentl" safe lead. Rossman neatly SatMercd In Evers1 stihgintr grounder but instead of ru-iiv.ng Mmself to flrst. malted to srire the put-out to Summers. Evers -O'jtf x te l. the latter. leaving Rossman standing a few- feet from the bare looking very dejected. Schulte sacrificed and .Chance rweupietl flr.t while Downs was juggling with the grounder. Evers scoiae to tJUrd. Steinfeldt Rew out to center arid Evers 'core n the "relay into O'Leary. who then tried acsacceysfully to .get Chanca at second. Summers threw Hoffman out at the plate. One run. Ilealbaclj checked thr flight of Cobb"5t smash- liner bu the bali carom In the direction of Tinker too late for' A throw to firct. Ros. man ro to the j occasion amid.n a pandemonium of ap- J p'a-jse and encouragement wltij Val single to teenier with Cobb skimming ore.- the' muddy base lines with fee that seemed scarcely to touch tie grsuna. went to third. On Hoffmau's f unsuccessful throw to Steinfeldt. RoEtman reached second. With men i .on third aa second and none out the shrieks of enthusiastic encouragement i becarne almost deafening. Then1 f Schaefer struck out. The fierce rooting was justified a moment later when Schmidt's out. Tmker to. Chance allowed Cobb to score. althouh Rossi rr.an was held at second. Insistent cries for victory arose when Downs doubled. i t- the left flcld crowd on clrftus seats and Rorsman spea across the plate with Detroit's third run. Summers un- w expebtedly pok-ed a "Texas leaguer" short distance past Tinker and Downs scored. Renlbach Retire for Oreralt. .A At this point. Manager Chance sent P.N-Jleulbach to the bench and put Over- rS"ll on tfce mound. He began badly oy hitting Mclntyre. The rally ended when.O'Leary lifted a fly to Schulte. Three runs. 1 The crowd was silent during Cni- v- -cago's'half of the eighth Inning. The fercltement with Detroit only one b i. ttlhd .Chicago was too Intense for 3 jshterlng. Tinker got as far as third. yiirltb. one out on hte single which GOOD i- k-afed on. and Kling's sacrifice but LOverall fanned and Sheckard rolled to O-LearT. /r j Detroit forged ahead In the eighth. Overall could not get them over for f. Crawford and the big Callfornlan re- v tfred in favor of "Miner Brown. jBrown's first essay wa wild an.i -Criwford went to second. Cobb .bunted to Brown whose throw wsa dropfled by Chance. Crawford took third on the play and scored on Ross- -f iraa's slnsle to .center. Hoffman's ter- j rlflc line -throw to 8telnfeldt. in an ttetnpt to catch Cobb went through IvStelnfeldt's hands and Cobb contin ioedtoa to-the plate. Rossman reacii- ln f econd. 'He went to third on ScMefer out.- but. Evers threw SehmMt.out at first and Hoffman'took 'crt'of Down' fly. Two TUBS. Fir Chisaga came back strong In the ninth. Even grounded out to Ross& -unaMUted. and the crowd nter- ti&r iato frantic demon tratlon. grounder in th aoft od Mowly toward O'Leary thar fVhh4\ Chaac singled to J SUlnfeMt advanced both runhr wlth another ln ltf to left t tb bu full Hoffinan hit Mfely l laffe tedrtttf Schult and Chance wblJ SttinfeMt wentt thlra Tinker s tahtetf tevr feet la' front- of th plata. Bp litfthe ntttfwi4 Vcor4 wWl at first ffniaawent tor fsecond m "ON TO VIRGINIA SEWANEE'S .CRY J5 K n e. Tenn. October 10. Spectal. Th battle cry at Sewand It -On ta Vlfjiul It. U tlie subject of every .conversation nd j the. prayer of evwy purple supporter. Virginia i must be defeated. Tba team leaves Thursday j for Nurfc.lt where UM battle wtU bo roujht. j The Tlfrs hare been -tbrouxh a week of j bard work with dally scrlmaaces with Ui scrubs. Faulkiirbery who was riiifted from euard to tackle. u playinc that poilllau well and It It- only a battering ram that can vet through .him or over him or around him. Tb Txwitlon of right ruard now lift between Juhan and Harri They are both experienced players. .t ut light for th line. "Smiling Bill" Evans is holding his own at right Uokl lla U In every play and always smashes the line for big gains when given the ball. William o.t end U the same little -bunch of grit that j .be lias been for. the- last two rears and he I certainly deserves a place on the all-southern eleven. Kisel on the other end is putting up n excellent article of ball. 'For the last week Coach Van Surdam has W Q .giving ills team instructions In place kicking and drop kicking. Evans Is very ac curate at the former while EUele.has a clever 'tee when It conies to dropping. Sewanee's 'roes' had better beware tthen the Tigers are in kicking distance of the goal. The guard are the weakest part or 'the team all four of the tryouts are light or llnetmen but j their are nusky and strong. -A there was no game cbeduled for Satiir- -jlay the 'vanity played the Bcmbs a regular mine' Trcterdar- Sewanee ha a very itront scrub team which averages nearly ai much a the first team. The gam waa fiercely contested throughout. "Lanler and Cheap did not take part. a both wen on the sick list. Markley at full back showed hi old time mettle and dived through tb acrub line like o much paper tearing- off U nd It jrtrda t a rip. The forward pa doea not Mem to b fully developed as ret though and much ground was lost by wide throws. Th soon at the end of the game wa to 0 In xlw varsity's favor. KlKlt dropping pretty one over the goal ju t before Upe was caJIed Tb line-up was a fotlaw "VARSITY. Po ltlon. SCRUBS. Eisele right end OIllepI Ev n rljht t ckle Q&ilor Harris .right guard" Sionejr ShepbtnJ. .center -Ravciwl Juhan -left guard Barnwsll Faulklnbery. .left tackle Crockett imj left end Gnerrf Browne quarter. Joy. Whlttaker OUlam right half back. Puckette. Stone Hartley. full back Spearing Myen toft naif back -.RttueU ANOTHER WOMAN'S HUSBAND. Soft and atlff hats cleaned dyed and reshaped at Bouay'a. 29H Whitehall. FAIR RACES DRAW CROWDS j Trai-k heavy with mud. nearly a half foot deep three running races trer g-iven at Piedmont Park. Saturday aft ernoon where the winners were cheered by three thousand 'people who liled the grandstand and lined the em bankments about the half-mile track. True the going was about as galled. a a June buff crawling through sirup j but this did not detract' from the ex- t oitement of the race. Ranch 101 had raUed its colossal i tents In the middle of the race track i and this obscured the view.from the i time tlie ponies left the post until they 1 came into viw on the home .stretch j The struggle on the back stretch was seen only by those who could not see i the start and half the fun of the race was guessing how they would turn the stretch. The races did not oegln until the Wtld'West .show was over and hence only three races were run. On the get-away in the 'final race. McLeod became entangled with the rubber barrier and with It dangllne at her heels and wrapped around her legs for an eighth of a mile BUF led for the first time around but was beaten in a driving finish Miss Vigilant a prime favorite won out. .bringing the best race of the day to a Garrison finish. The "results were as follows FIRST RACE-Five furlongs ScottscUle won Little XMafce. second Platte third. Time. IzlOh- SECOND RACK Four ani a half furlon ts -St. Av Won.Ppanjcle Banner second Katherine' Cardwell. tlilrd. Time 1:041- THIKD RACE On milt Mian Vifilant. wen Jlclyco-l second Flarnejr. third. Tim 1:01. An extra strong card ha b en prepared for Monday aft'moon. j RUBE WADDELL AGAIN A HEROi St. Loui October IB. Rube Waddell. upholder of the majefty of the law ye Waddell the Brownie who ha had many a run-In with the guardians of the law Wadd the hero .of diamond conflict dlvorre prnce 4lngii. drowing and conflagration Wa4o ll aw a how the other night. and no i Imbued waa h with manly -braver a a re"It of watchinc th villain defeated and th hero marry U fM that when he appeared on 'the atraet and aa r Xfetective John XMiiaji In deeperate combat with Edward Burnett of I ulvlll Ky. he waded ta walloped Bur nett on the nose pulled the office from hi clutch 'and the brave act wa over. While the wagon and the ambulance were coming. Rube sat on Burnett and gave -first aid to the Injured In the matter of the cop. Oh. Rube I a great hero all right all right. center. Brown sacrficed and Sheckard flew out to Crawford. Five runs. Detroit's despairing substitution of j batters and base-runners availed them nothing. Davy Jones batting for Sum- j mers. struck out. Mclntyre walked. Thomas batted for O'Leary. and sln- I gle dto left Crawford flew to Hoff- man and Mcln-tyre took third. Co1 Detroit's despairing hope went out on an easy grounder. Brown 'to Chance i Both teams left for Chicago tonight. jScore I Score DETROIT- ab. r. h. p a. Mclfltyre If. S 1 t 0 I O'Leary. ra .t 0 1 f. 0 Crawford cf 1 4 0 Cobtvrf .4 1 SO 0 Rooman. Ib y .4 1 a It 0 B Scbaefer. 36. 0 0 1 J 1 Schmidt. .4-0 4 41 t Down tt 4 --1 1 4 1 Kllllan. p. o Summer p. .S i o t Thoma .10 1 p "Jon l S 0 I 0 xWlnUr. 0 0 t 0 S 0 Total J 4 10 rT it Betted for O'Learj" In ninth. Batted for Summers la-ninth i fun for Thorattja ninth. CHiCAQO ah. r h. po. a. e. Sheckard. If. i t 1. I i Ever St. .4 I t i t Sthulte. rf 4' 8 10 0 Chinee. 16. .4 1 12 o 1 etelnfeldt. tb. .I t t t t I Hoffman rf .4 1 1 4 1 t Tinker. 1 S 0 4 0 KllCg. c. .t 9 I Reulbach. p. .4 t f 0 4 ft Overall p. .1 o Brown p. .0 4 t I t 19 14 t U Soon bjr Inning T Detroit. 600 MO Chtc o. v- jr MO tWi-W Bummar- Hit off KDllan Wi 1-J IB- nlng off Summ r -t.ta' t-t InrUBg ff Reulbach I in 4 Innlmr off Overall aon In 14 tudiu off. Brown tint Inning two- bu bit Downs Shtckard SrMcrlflo hlta Cobb Schaatav Even Schult StelnfeMt TCHng. Brown ttolen baMS. MclBtyre Chaae Hof f man Tinker p flrK baa -on .ban off KltlUn 3. off'Bommer 1 off Overall 1 off Bre B li WtbrCltclierbyOvrall lrflrt pa.rn.ca nvr DetrUt V CW o i Hn oa Detroit-- Chicago 0 Krqck out. by V by 8ummr J. or Buelbmch by TAILO R ED CLOT H ES -/uSx7 j' OINCE 1855 the Sterling Label has consistently stood for the highest standard of excellence. v Sterling Bench Tailored Clothes look well fit well wear well and yet Sterling prices are moderate. The careful attention given inside details of workmanship cauies Sterling Coats to hold their shape. Sterling Bench Tailpred Clothes are sterling all the way through-arid this mean much to the discriminating dresser who wants his money's worth in style material ana workmanship. Sterling Styles carry with them the brightness of the Sterling Sunshine Shops in which are manufactured these dressy garments with a made-to-order look. Sterling Styles strongly appeal to the ultra inclined as well as to the more conservative dresser. Ask your dealer to show you Sterling Bench Tailored Clothes or write us direct and we will give you the name of-one who carries our line. Mayer Schemer Offner Co. Sole Cincinaati FRESHMEN 13 BOYS' HIGH 0 By Howell Vorrmmn. The -Tech Scrubs outplayed .the.Boys' HiRh school football eleven yesterday at Ponce de Leon between the'halves of the Teeh-Mooney game. The score .wa 13 .to 0. la favor of the stcond Yellow Jacket team. The Iliffh school team ran. In a good many scrubs themselves. "Weinberg the lg center was out of the game on account of a-sore hip. and McN'ike who is a. scrub was the cause of 2 points made by the- Tech. Scrubs. He played a nice game however considering that he was a -scrub who had never played center. Delaney took the place of big Jim Hinton during the flrct half and he is a sub back. The Scrubs made a fine forward paas which would have -beery difficult to beat by ihe 'varsity. A back threw the bal a" great distance down the field. No one was under it and it looked as though H would certainly "bounce on the ground untouched. A crowd of High I school men were moving toward It. when Boyd came tearing down the field jumped under it. an f scored- a touchdown. This was the greatest forward seen fccre for so'me time. LoeK Everett. Mean's. Whitman .and I Delaney starred for the High school by all-around nice playing. Smith did some nice kicking fox Uigli school. The lirst score for "Tech mas a safety. McNlke threw the ball over Smith's head who was standing on the Tech goal line and wait going to kick. Smith i fell .on the ball and was downed giving j Teob. 2 points. i The n-ext score was a touchdown for the Scrubs but they failed to kick goal. After thi coal was made time was called and the score stood 7 to 0 after the first half. I Tech Sorube scored another touch down in the next half and kicked-goal. This made the score 13 to 0. The game ended wlth this score. The High school boys' will line-up" against the Strong Georgia Military- academy squad Monday afternoon at College Park on the Georgia Military academy grounds. Take the College Park car. Both teams will strive hard for this game. Here Is the line-tip HIGH SCHOOL. Porttlon. TEC11 SCRUBS. Blake right end Hook Smith right tackU. Wlgg. Fer t Jlontatrue right guard .Black McXIke center .A. Loeo. Everett quarter back- .Boydj Mean .right half back .Bryant Delaney. fiinton..full back Irwm Gltleepf left half back .Alexander Stewart left jrutrt Eldridge Sneed" left tackle. -4. .LewM R. Lo-b. .left end .Smith VIRGINIA POLY. 6 CLEMSON 0 Clemson College. 8. C. October 10. gpecial-r-In a flercely-fought game of twenty-minute halves Virginia Polytechnic Institute defeate'd Clemson 6 to 0. Virginia Polytechnic In stitute outweighed Clemson by ten- pounds to the man. The score was made near toe end of the first half. Clemson. in the second half toy a series of halt back crosa buck carried the ball to within six Inches of the goal line but was held for downs. Neither team 'did much through the line but Virginia Poly technic Institute had auccess In tal respect. -The Virginia Polytechnic .Institute filled on the forward1 past while Clemson succeeded for a 2-yard pass. The game was. reAlly won on Hodg son's brilliant.punting which was often ror so to 60 yards. Hodgson was spoken of a an all-American punter last year. Tb end running of Virginia was superb. Clemson is delighted with the show- Ing her team made. The dope called for.a 20 to 0 victory for the visitors. Portion. E. n. Hodg pn..rlght guard J. P. Jone .right tacit nd cixuaoy. .Cochran if .Hrdrick .Fleming Huffard OM t'iv. ft end A V. .Horto" .Quarter back. Cols Cspt s. tnr. .rltM bait fcaofc/i liOfeST Vi B. Hodoon. v ifull bM .i .B IS VAWM.--v .i.h DM He .lCeVM i Cad Cota-l vra. wi af-'Tf FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SOUTHERN COLLEGES for the lotereit of the.footb fan -throughout the south the following schedule of the vouthern colleges la 'date order Is given herewith October 1T.f Tech v. 'Mississippi- A .sbd U. at At lanta. Georgia v. South Carolina at Atbeni. 'Mercer v. Auburn at Uacon. Sev'anee v. Virginia at Norfolk. North Carolina v. Davidson it Wil- mlngtoo. Alabama v. Cincinnati at Birmingham. TentMBcee v. Kentucky at Knorvtlle. CleaiaoTi v. Vanderhllt at Nashville. W. and v. nichmond at Richmond. V. K. tT'r. Wne ton r PHnotoa. Tech v. AlaTnama.at Atlanta. Georgia v. Tennessee at Knoxville. Mercer open. Pewine "v. Auburn at Birmingham. North Carolina v. Georgetown at -WaKhlnrfton. Tirglnla. open. VV and f v. William yrl Mary at Lexington. V. P. T. v. V. M.'I. at Roanoke.- Vanderbllt v. II isslptil A. and M. t Nashville. October 2 Davidson v. South Carolina at Columb\ October 31. Tech v. .Tenneee- at Atlanta. Oeorgia v. Mercer it. Athene. Rewanee r. Kentucky at Lexington. X' rth Carolina v. nichmond at Chapel 'Hill. Atabtma v. Chattanooga at Blrmlng- has. Virginia v. A. and M. at Norfolk. V. P. I. i TT and I. at lynchbt rg. Wake Forest v A. and M. of C- v t R J l h. V&nderbilt v. Michigan a.t Ann Arbor. Auburn v. Ixmlalana. SUte at Mobil Ceoraia Xoreraber R. Clerrmn at Autucti. TVeTember- 7. Tech v. Auburn at Atlanta. Mercer v. Dahlooega at Maeon. Sewane v. St. Loul at St. Loul North .Carolina v. V. P. I. at Rlch- mend. Vanderbilt v. Tennessee at Naahvllle. Virginia v. V. M. I. at Charlotte- Mile. Davidson v. A. aad M. at Charlotte. W.- and I v. George Washington at Washington' V. P. I. v. North Carolina at Rlcb- mond. XoVember 14. Tech v. Sewji at Atlanta. Georgia v. Alabama at Angutta. Mercer v. Gordon at Macon. North Carolina v. South Carolina at Chapel Hill. Tenneevee v. Clemiwn at Kn rrlll Virginia v. Georgetown at Washington. Davldton y. .Wak Forett at Davia- Vandirbllt T. Ohjo State at N h- vUl W. And U v. A. and M. at Iton. V P. L v. George Washington at Blackiburg. HoTember 21. Tic r. Mercw at Atlanta. Georgia open. Alabama r. Huliell Indians st Bir mingham. Tenn te v Chattanooga at Kn x- rlll V. P. I. v. Annapoll at Annapoli Vandertilt -v. Washington 'at. 8t. "tout Tech -v. vdemson at Atlanta. Georgia v. Auburn at Montgomerr. .Mercer v. Howard at Uaeon. Setranca v. Vanderbttt at Naihvnie North Carolina r. Richmond at Rich- tnond. Ttnn e v. Alabama at Blrmlngban. Virginia v. North Carolina st Richmond. Davidson v. V. It. I. at Lmchburg. W. and L .v. Georgetown at Waphlng- ton. V. P J.- v N. C. A. and V. at Norfolk i GRANDSTAND-PATRONS ALLOWED ON SIDE LINES In the future the football fans at'tne Tech. gajne -will be allowed oa the side llnea provided they purchase grandstand admission. Thl WM not itUowed previously to thU year but there bare been o maor tppllcallons f or plaoei on the' ilde- ll s that th atha. tlo authoritls -u. vTsoa aT finanrfct-SMnted to tllow all.the trt s ttiat i iGEORGIA 16 0 Athen Oa. October 10. Special. Georgia defeated Dahlonega today by a score of II to 0 In the opening game of the season. DahloncKa outweiched Georgia S pounds to the man but Georgia made up in speed and scientific' play- jlng. Georgia scored two touchdowns in the Hrst half. .The last half wltnesed many changes In Georgia's line-up the coaches sending In many men to try them. BostwJck. at full and Peacock at left half distinguished themselves while Robinson of Dahlonega. did -well. The other members of both teams plavd plucky ball. Captain DeLaperrlere. of Georgia made a number of star plays. Kid Woodruff former Georgia star quarter back. Is-here and.lt li probable trat he will enter college. This would greatly strengthen the Georgia team. Line-up of today's game exclusive of changes In Georgia's second half OEORGIA. Pctl n. DAHLONEOA. t ica center .Dorm.iny Collier. Nixon .H ht uard Gober H. Boitwlck- .left euard .Douglas Dl pp rrlre right tackle. .F. Henderson Franklin left tackle .Bolt C. Hatcher right end .Caltoway Griffith. left end Mayriard Porter quarter back Moore Ilobl on.'Newome right half back. .Robl on Pa 6ck left half back .M Ienderon 'H. B. Bottwlck. fuJI back CloUfelder Referee. Sadler of DtvldMa umpire. Eage of Georgia timekeeper Wright and Griffith of Georgia. Tlm of balre n minute AUBURN 42 GORDON 0 Auburn. Ala. October 10. Special. The Auburn-Gordon game resulted In a vl.ctory for Auburn. Score 42 to 0. T e game nras fast and snappy throughout both teams putting -up a good clean fight. I Auburn's goal was never In danger while the Auburnltes Crossed Gordon's goal v n times five touchdowns coming In the first half. Touchdowns -were made by the following players for Auburn Reynolds. Hardoge. Penton Esslinger Hill. Herren and Harmon. Goals kicked by Reynolds seven t During th second half. Auburn sent In tlreir substitute Smith play d a i star game for Gordon while all of his coleagues played a good game. I Line-up GORDON. roIUOn. AUBtTlX. Mail center Wyn Davl Martin. .left guard. .Harmon Otoett D. McWhorter. right guard .Allen Lawrence left tackle. .Locke franklin. .right tackle. .Eln er Stalter left cad Hill FUllgui. right end .Reynold Mercer left half back llardogo. Hirrit pentan. Moore. .full back Hubbard CogdUl 8mlth quarter back .ileLure McWhorur. .right half back Herr a Rferee. Dwyrer. of Penuylvsnla umpire Wlllerion of Auburn. MINNESOTA 15 AMES A. C. 10 Uinneapolls Minn. October lO.-Mln- nesota defeated Ames Agricultural COU 'lege of low at N.Orthrup field thU aft ernoon by'a score of'15 to Am played better game than Minnesota and constantly worked th forward pass ror big gains. Minnesota showed a strong offense but'waa weak oa defeats. CHICAQO 20 INDIANA 6 Chicago October 10. Chicago found the Indiana playsn today to b mor sturd/ opponents than the Perdu.team nT within.tea minutes of the beginning of play Johnson had dashed across the Cilcago goal after a forty-yard run .for-.the first touchdown Th f- Xort provsd an xplrlng on for the Hoo ler who Afterward found them- ITCSJ -htlplM galnat tb Chicago lln Chlca-t -wlnaln to to Th ruling oK of Cap-UUn PaddocV aUo "BIQ FIVE" SCHEDULES The footbatl .schedule of "the "Big Five. Tale Harvard Princeton Pennsylvania 'and Cornell are given herewith In date order October 14. Friuisrlvanta v. Oettribur Princeton v. Villa Nova. October' 17. Cornell v. Colgate. Harvard v. Sprinsfitld Training School. Pennsylvania v. Rrown. TaK v. Wet Point. October 21. Princeton v. Fordham. October 24. CorntTI v. -Vermont. Harvard v. ArmapoM Princeton' T. SjrracuM. Ptneiylvania r. Carllde Indian Yale v. Wuhlngtm and Jefferson- October 31. T l r. A. and O. Princeton y. \Vnt Potet. Cornell v. Pennjr1vQla Stale November "f. Tale v. Brown. Pmnirtranla v. I far -tt Princeton v. Dartmouth. Harvard y. Carllile Indian Cornell "v. Araherst. Xpvember 14. Ttle v. Princeton. Penotrlvanik v. Michigan. Cornell v. Chicago. Harvard v. Dartmouth. Xo-venaber 21. T Ie v. Harvard. Syracuse v. Michigan. Coraell. v. P Bn ylvanla ber Army v. Navy. QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Under this head the porting rdlfer will endeavor to answer any qucttlon regarding ny branch ef port. Dear Question Aniwered What la meant In baseball by a fielder choice C. S. C. S. If there Is a man oa base and the batter hit the ball forcing the base .runner and landing safe at tint hlmceir. It I a fielder choice. BULY SULLIVAN A GAME PLAYER Billy Sullivan Is an athlete much icought by managers. -There Is -something In the grit and determination of the Chicago catcher' which has aroused the Admiration of all lovers of baseball. It Is BO .customary for fanatics to heap ipralses upon an athlete who goes Into a game with a sore -leg. a sore finger- or some Hn6r injuries that It Is a serious qestton If all'this' praise does not "become irksome to less enthusiastic followers of baseball. A ball player-who does this u 'hailed as a hero he la the. town's most adored .the essence of nerve and pluck. However thousands of persons working in less public professions go. to -work sick and core and from the very commonplaceneas of their labor do It without notice. But this Sullivan man Is a real hero. lie begged permission to catch the final game In Cleveland although two rows of atltches tad been .removed from his-right thumb only the day before. He not only caught here but has been catching since. The nature of his Injury must have -made his work agony but he stuck to the Job. There is a Its- son In. that for less nervy ball players who adorn the bench on the slightest pretext. Personal feelings had nothing to do -with Billy Salllvan If his club needed him. With a full team of men of that stampIt is no wonder that the hltless White Sox can go through grueling rac and. line the way with consternation at their approach. It t men like Sullivan who dor things in this world. He deserve all th credit he Is receiving. However. If BlUy SulUvAn was dig- lng Bitches .with c pick and -shovel at 12 per day to keen his famllr -from starvation \nd went to work with a splitting headache and dreary pains 'In his back foe would be no bero. Stand- In In the Hm eHght Isn't nch a dreary thing after .ma. NORTH CAROLINA 0 WASfflNGTN AND LEE Chapel Hlll'N. C. October 10. Spe- claL Before fifteen hundred spectatora Catellna tad Waahtnrtoa and I nnl- vsrslthis plajed another nothing to nothing cam r CarelJna bad. test of U in -oofft halve flve timer carrylnjt th bll t oulr t lote it. MERCER 24 j Ma-con Ga. .October- IO.- Spccia Mercer university defeated Florida to day with comparative ease the scor being 24 to 0.- The-FIorida players fousd themsetrig feurprised at the outset and when the Icet their heads they reached In at direction for' lees and arms and heads of Mercer men. Mercer' decided" gains were through -the- 'lines.- Binion'g long .en J runs for I Mercer also proved'effectlve. The Florida team averaged 152. and played against a team that weighed 172. but there' war more team wort and regular advancement through con- certerd actlo"n on the part of Mercer Poole. and Farmer with Binion maJe H hard for the Florldians. With "ten days ef practice Ceaeb. Pile of Florida was forc.ed to come and bis battle showed lack of long 6er -fce. .together on. the part of ta. men. Malhorton/ Shitnds and Olbb of Florida win later prove strong mej on the visiting team. The halves went twenty mlnute Mercer played a steady effective gaaie and 'showed excellent form. 'At times the-fumbles were shocking and If there had j been team- opponents who knew what- to do the. story of' the. resuU might have been 'different. .The line-up ilERCER. tVuition. FLORIDA. J jn on. Qu rt r bmck -Thompson Uallorr. -lft half back .Barchlteh Binion. rlcht half back E. Taylor Farm r. full batk .Oibb SeorirlB .H ht taekl J Taylor Oflletple. U. I ft Uckl .Rader DuanowayV .rigtt eu rd -.7VMeH. Jordan. .left ruard .Vanflttt Bell.V- i center -.Parker Orimth. .rttht end .6hand" roole left end .Kaltxirton Louirrttle. Ky.r October 19. A cetrttoa igned by everr prominent bone owner and trainer in-this section wu made public thi afternoon. In- It tte Kentucky racing own- minion r reaueitM to change the style- .of betticf from the par matnel machine to th book-makn raetn. la tW petition It' itated that the machine are .not ca tifactoi7 to-'tbe.tbstjUng public the horsemtn and many Lawrence p. Dajer. the favorite won the Setback- hotel handicap defeating C ar. cap arid others. Several "track record ww broken. In the nrat race Marble cupped a fifth of a ncond off tie track mark for Jl fnrlonc In tbe third event Becterllnc tower ed the track record for a1 mtl and a- half from Mi 4-1 to tSS t 5. Lawrenc P. Dalej- In the fourth aad Lair Ecther In tbe iLxtb race each ran a mil and a sixteenth la. 1 which was of a econd farter than the track mark. We'itber cloudy an"3 cool track fast. FIRST RACE Flv acd a half furious selllnj lisrble 100 Dev rtch ttraltat U.U. pU .TO. h6w IJ.7J. won Ear-let dale. 108 iWalah place I.M ab w S8.30 ocond CamlUe U- SI 4BuUer how IU 5 l\ third. Time. 1M 1-J. Adrian Balbu LaJy Aim ran. SECOND RACE-SIz farlon Crystal MalJ. lit Butler itralght S9.U. plac SS.SI. hvtr 15 10. won Irfaneh lit Power place $5 5. how 5. second Ra.yH. 97 Walih- atum M.M. third. .Time. 1:111- Nit IU Adder. Loal Oreentxary Lord Btlp tmo. THIRD RACE-Mil and a half celltnt rXterllnr.- 101 aiai-nerf. tralbt I .OJ place 7- 0 shew If wna Belle\-I w. 1 S. iButlcr plaoa 9.M. ahow tn.M. eeconU Tivallnt. .19 MoOee ihow 91.04. third. Tlict SU l- Ueada JSonnte Bard. ran. FOURTH RACE-The Selbach Hotel handicap mil aad a sixteenth Lawnnce F. Daley m McOe uml ht SlS.tS. place H.U. show U.U won- Cur. 10 PowertX. t Ue llt.41. ahow R.tU. eecoad Ztenap 1 BotUr ahow tl.1t. third. Tire 1:44 -t Old Hc.n ty. MoqoetU and. Terih ran. FII-7K RACK Six furlong- Dr. .Holxbere. n McO e atral ht ItSO. place 1 .M ho V.M. won Alchamlit. 107 -power elac H.M ihow M.M second Aspirin. 1M Butler ahow M.70. third. Tim 1:13 -I. 8n- pronlum. ElyslunC Ocala. Aio. Flower Baty. Cararora afld Admoalali raa SIXTH RACE-MII aM a sttfeeDth Cady' Uvtr. 1M Oltntf Kraltnt H.M. Btae. M.M. shew M.M. won AaeU. Lsdy. Mt McO e plac M.M. shew M.wTiwowd- Arrow Bwirt 101 ButUr bow M.sO. third. TTm IrM 14. John E. Me raa. 1 saw. your little.boy. UlUmf aUta rour -Mlgabor yar liar little bor.- 3 r 'zi P" TLAfr4G .SUNP.-\Y jqX ER-llr .19Q r 4"- e" 0 5i'c'il lr h .tOt rwea.tner.and t .brea.k1n wd8a Cbhaco.Sunday 'J e.'CTOss'receipt8 toda j 'f 1 647 goulO tlona.l.to Sion sz.t s .G. 8t pla r 1 .oe..o."ered I Whir-h. U e .eat. ere'J and.the tnned.but greencircus t"l" h d tewoccupants. was I lft' C20du 't .hoWe-\'er. as. t.\ p ctatou .found them- h'el less. u .t.COniCortabl4 .t I TI 'e. Sl1eckardopened i.of t..aecond. 'v.J' to :2' :1 a' j 1J Wd .ot dell\ r. fl l w 't' uneturl. Ug. for. ontbe y- b t T f .th n cIlanl.to 11. ut se ond. l t .itb the.e olld.Cta UI td m sl sen" \ional c tbeda t 1 in. shoot -t enter. t t it a cd eU f 1alnwas .atthit tlI1e. werellippery plate.almo a nnl o 'whl e d trl"uted arO l1nd. 'w l m 's tosacrltice. t 611pp d 1U1te' .E\ l" r'lnt 'rl"1 t u\\ 8telnCe dt the' KI1 n' pla e b L ic r and dCiublesteal. whl h okl'n b Rssman. wooht' d l h t'l\"eE'n ha F ur r1- FJ t't 1f S er ie tJObl' f as -nttnl. "ag. ent t -e 1n 1 slot.bu 'lP ortr t" .1 .1 i O'f ear. IAft. i fJr.d thp 'ral1 t th li e d tI .akl n ult-a.h. I I 'the Tige re I' .as. d I l IItldn a1ot el' r. air. ead j a a-eal- R sma.n F.\"e grOUnder'j tollM't. PJt- ut t ummers. f teJ l'a"ln I p.o sma:1 staDqn pet I ale \"I'- I d .1 firet'l D .n I F. .eu "core'J nn t r Ia O'r ar t entrlelj .U&suc s uH to' Ch rce seC'on l. ummers elE clted obb lmashcJUner OUt J dJr"'t n Cor'l tbrl roSt OC iSi" n I nd 'WltJ"a I'ln le I ceet'l nns cudul St'inreldt'j men. l enthUEI tlc I be ame a mo t Then 'f j Jn Justl.fteq allhou h 8 ond. c les t I ft ficldcrowd cr us e-x e tedr POk-e. d teagul'r-I lI nt' .to an t t 'The "ifeultemen be- .Chlca o. Inten ilr eerlnc. .r wlth .oneout' fan ed 9. if t' /D troJt. ahe d K c" r Brown' flrllt. 'usa Wh 't Cr wCord .went' o j- .b11nte4to Ii- dtOPtedbT .Cb n.ee..CrawCord 1bJrd'Ott r. J1'an' slztgleto cent r. irUlc t 2"St lnfeldt'J 0 'rne4 cur to. the' 'tlnCfucoluLHe i- ijbl4tAlutat 'ftrat nd Hoffman' tOOk' c rt 'ot Dowa'.t1y. i krc FI fa .la1b. .r il'e e ba it at'ro 'i f nth. ii. .1SI&Jt. -vaa. tate'cL nd' the. crow. d F.tJStoa deinOU.l &t10 .i.- cfuiU. r.oo1 n4er the .04 aa' O.IJ --fdJt m IIln led e Dttr. 1\4 ri1I1b rew1th' an ther al .Ie' t mUttbe'au.ful H9ffmaJihiiaafely fi .to. fi.jcijrtnlrSehuJt Cha ce. r'fbUt hleliSt1\'e tcthlr4. Tb ket E. J 1Jb e4 fe 'lJ'I.frlrt.o.r 1 "tJut&I1mI4t.UJpeavp Inthem1Jd.M 8t tttt t a O nil. TJnbrrw" fo .d nt. ti9ft 1I'ebt t r 't 1fI&I. &Z Dt "terul. Ji1 -worW4raoubte.te ICJWIiIC' t i illON VIRGINIA/'I I.SEWANEE'S I IJSewia e Octo ID-S 1aI.-be :1 e 1'a:1nIL" It aUbJelt. 0 f'e. rf. con\'eJ'SILuoo. .nd..I t e I" f I s t e It ce i t t n nr u a In .1 .1 The nperlen .but the 'Bit mbi \"e la h a .1 h 11 I I d theaame tha.t. I I.F. at h L I an' e lI 11t f I kle I h thl f r I1 Se e I 'roe hen I Itn dl t&1ice are.th t vr' t 'OUtll are for i bu. ky I -A. n ft r tb th .a I r .tet' .tr nl' a t m. I aa fle ly I e aho J t I the acrubUne M and at paM be' 4 .toped as.'et 1. a juet. The' as .Y 8t1.Y.Po.ltlon. Wt.ll&1M. .left Guerr .r lit lt n .left ANOTHER WOMA "S I 'I ell&n d. Buut 2 i mud.nearty I 'act's' ere igl\.t'n rl drront 8aturd art-I ere I b I mt'd. the. grandtan.d and. un.t'd. -em-I abl t a" .th ou&h I ha.d' obs'u d I pc nletl po u into\'i 'II' i 'as I 1 nh' I th i I the i I I 'nd' 'West show was. over' 8 nd h nce' I on t c e r R r ce. I .am. I I ta.ngllri. g I. 11f' tb I 'as SII II I au. t. .brlng. ing I I da n furl.n s 1 I n .econd. I I T o 1t.VF'ollr &D halffurlonls II' A\'e. w n.f'p.anllie con 1 Kalhe-I Ca.rd l1. 1 :04\2. I RAC olcLe 00. TI 'I tronc baa been for' Mr nday a flemo o. R BE HERO 't 1O.-Rube 'U. 1 Ie p lng. he tchinc th'l th'l u. b on'tbe t combt.twlth E ward IAulev1le. In oWoP' tro hi. cl tcb. W&I. II a. Id tho e ma. tter the. II a' I d Thtr9It's I McIntyrewalkec1. 0" Lear I Ie eas tos mil I ScOre e. i ef. .I .0 Cobb rf. .I 0 .I .I D. I' .A 0 I I .0 1 O. .1 0 Jon .1 .T tala. .i'i II l 8oft la .11I0lh. h.po. b II.lbrl u 11 8telnteldtIb. d. .t I lOt 7 1 Reul adl. J u .1 I I I .1 m "i- i IIr'lnnlDr' L i. r J 8umm.r Hit. J.JD/ -lla. DI Swnmar. tn. Oft h .1. -1 .1.&ImIIl6. I. Jlnnlnp It acrtflOe KIJ lar 11otfrnan.'tllker. bue"oa.baI1. 11Irt r. b i D.erron.- oIMn --Dttro1lr.o1c& 01I"'b7 1IIatt I.o"Yi.-1IM' alMl 'J J 1ti J i "X' ct i --'r -0 B -N(3tt-- e LOT'H .e. c. SINCE COn- mo e"s st od fott e hig e8tstandard and. St 'rIing carr. vi h. rj.ght ess oft e.S erling.Sunshine ell In. .a .man fattpred pr c s o Styl The.careful atten tlon Ins de 'ultrain'clined .i 1or ton- ork u shll 'C' c. toshow'youSterh.ng s ot'\vriteus wayt .rough-.andthis. give'yo he.name m ch 'to our Sche et Manufacturers iFRESHMEN 01 a 1 'I 'T ch the .BOYS'j m h ,1'hoolCootball the halves gam I. 13. I nd I themselV. ell. 'bIg ame a 'sore Is. 'scrub.ns 2polntsm .de r nlc 'I rub. nt' 'er 1 I' tOOk. H. n. 'I nr t tor 'ard 1 a\'e 'been. I 3 reat I it. certainl C s hool ea Jum d and. ere d I Delan 1 Orne HI 11 fir t s ore f\\ as safet Te h goa.lllne. 16 Te 'Jh I tI Xl the tll\ ihJ t t C 1I s ge7 i moe a. e I kicked' coal. t iB -a adem t Geor la Ulltar l nd \\.IIr Fe..t .c te k' 1' 1 .BI''anti elane .UlntOn..full I I. tba rk x. I f. .left .LeWill I VIRGINIAPOL Y. 10.-- i me twentr-mlnutehalv 8. to' .th n ond bU k. Inch th Un 1 ut. Poi t1&l. he p 'W.l.reAUywon n 1104 HOdgson..wa.l rtk C be l s' nvr 1 ri w gr i d &h IncI-her. teammade.'Th toO O t oa. Hr4r1 iJk. k. r t.t .f Camptlel1. .led 1'U&I'4. It. G. J .ten I&Gkle. F..Gllmer C&pL .len' Horton -i. Ole. BUlvs- 1Iaok I H ai. Jr. .aell .1eft. ,1.Mo. t 1 UI' .1i.i. JJ' rt fl k 'c t e .7."c' --i t u the fOotball .tT. .aM .t t benl. la rtb .Tennes KnO 'flle. 8Cm V. L\Rlchmond r' 'rf at'Prtneet ft. Ot'tobel' S-I. ll v. at 'G Kn Jn'iJe. 31 rrlr. 'II'&lI m. rtb 'at 19' 1 Marrat It. t. J"lsslppl at Of't be 2.11. T"'ne. Mer r 11I"IUlee\ Hm. .BlrmI ha T..A. N. "at Ral -Ich. .v. Geor ia v at Au u8t eT mbe 'r h M orth Tenoe8 ee 1 \1(1100 to. \Oeorire 'Y. oT-'her at' NortbCaroUna Tenn lOn KftoSTtIIe. 'D 'n D 4- lIOa. \'ancferbllt O o Nuh ,11Ie. P.L 1. Tach. v. L atKnos- atAnnapolla. I..Qull. TJ aakqlTlac Jj. .cJemaenatAUanta. I Tenlle'W v/ Davld V.1L. 'W 4 L..QeorletO at'WuhtDar- Vio I andV. .t.,1'OOI'- \1 GRMIDSTAND.PATRONS. ALLOWED'ONS DELINES t 'Jnthe'fatur ie"footba.l1 'fan..ftbe'l 1' h'r ma .nl be"all .edoa"the'J .leSe Utl apro.ided theJ. P1ir b le' a .r&ft .ian'4 dml..I lII. 'l'.hl iw.l ot.l1o ed'pr yo .ltt 'r u.'b t'the" h v aO iuI T' fa tlC&Uon.'for 11i1. Ith athl.tlo -.utho 1t1a. Tt ll l. .a" te4 t aUo 04.a O' itli t"i i fO t..f 'OIa.1. 'f T- \"i."q. --'i. t J DAHlONEGA I la derea. ed toda b ame I gl IIp ed pay. jn I ored touhdowns drt bat. lat 1tnesd mny chnes Gorgi's Jne-up c ael .en lng .men' t Bstwkk. fun. Peacoc. l f .bal. dltlngulshed th m.elve. wh le Robnson. Dlon g. wel Th member. f botl te ms pIa't 'al. DeLajerrlere numbr starplaj. Weodrtf. bck. 1. bere and I I wi colere. I Ti greaty Itrnlthen Oer ia team. I' ae.excluslv .chane n Georela's seend hal I OIRGIA. 'PIU D.'HLSEA. .cte .r .Drmlny lon' .rlbt &Ud .Go r Bt.tck. .Teft Iuar .Dua.u I. Delarp..r. .r.M tckl. UendeD Fklin. .left tacle .Bl latchu. .Cla Grifth. end. .Mayar NI ur :1 kbc .ar k. .ten hafbck. .U"feDdenn 1. 1t1lck. bk. .Cofeldr Refer. sdler. Dlvldln umire. 8 Grala Im klpen. Wrlrlt ad GrlfCh Gla. TI b. 1 I 1 i I I Aubur. Oto. br. lo.-fa. Aubur-Gordon rrulted 1f \I.ctory' for' Scre ae .a throughout I tl puting Ioo. I ril neVe I dange. .whle Auurnlte rOse &oil .V fve tou hown flrFt' bal. TachdowlS mace folCwing player Hadoge. El- Incer. Hi. H rren nd Haron. "Goal Iuln& tl h sent- ttelr substut Smll playd' .or Grdon. whie good' ae. I. GRX. rolUOn. AUDt K1 .cnt W Dvi WaUn. I/ .naO Oatt .cb .A LwreDc. .left. taeke. .Le 'rlUlkln. tle. E.Ir Stler .Ief .HI I FUr. .R'od' Merc. .eft hlf bac. Uare. II rent' I Or. ful 'bk Hubb C.1 mlt..o .cauler bk r cWborr. bck leu Rtf'l. DWr. Ph'.nla Uln. Wiel. Aubr. AMES-A. C Unlupoli Mlnn.Ott er I' Ineota defete Are. Aariulurl el. ot w o ttTr r:11o h t r IplaTe .bter.c t J e t conatanUJ'rkec the rorwra. pIne KlllOt .tron oen.e but w.wea 2 Chl'o Otob. .lo.-beal'fotnd te. Indina m aturcropponent'.than. Pedueuam witinten 'tlltnof.tba-.ln.j ply .daec acrol tbCcaso' &oal. I ful..f0.tbe' frt tOuebdo.-n. The af. I provt&AullrIDI 'O. Hooaer. Irerarct t0114 .thee' .ab .lpl. .Iu.ttb. ecaco i It..Cble -"J t 'e 'f4 i i .SCtEOULS Te fotbn bulu o' "BI Ta. Hrr. PlDct Jenlrhanla 'ad Col. vel I her.It ore Oe.o er 1 'j Pns1lval& Gtbr. I IIDct YI. on. Oet bel j Co 1 I lunr Spfitld r.ilin" I Schol I J vPI 1 Oeobel' :1. .lncton Fm. coln 'Yeroot. lar I. l'rou'T. Sycu. PM l\an I. Crl.le. Ind. lani. W.hln a" .leUn 'Tale Pr Ion Wn Pomt Col 'Pnneh'.nt So ember IrW I 'PnBtanla f.ay@f. rrlncton Dtot H ra Cal. Ie Indian. Cornel Ahes OTem 1 Tale' Jctn. Pet8)'IYI Hlchcu. Com4 Chlca. .armoth. NOTeier :1. iale Jarr S Te 31lebln. ovembel' 21. Crel. PnneIT&la. N.yembel' Nav f U th Inc elfor wi encvO awr aT qulon. rp1 aOT r srt. Dl Quntol An..r Wat met b bal C C S.-I Is' ma b e bter blt te bl forc the' bN rner ad lallC a fnt hlm l. I' I. f\ lder. MQlc. nIif SULIAN GA Bily Sulvan i. anatliele m ch ouJI mana en. Eome git determinaton CIcago cltch r' whlh arulled .dmlraUon al love. 'basebl .cttomar 'to hep als a athle rue'into I wit 8 eg. &er' .ron r Ii aelou. I. al' tM'pr lge d04S oome les enthuai.Uc folower bFebal. bn' planr who doe tll .hale a ma adOTed. e&nce ner\and Ho" Yer. 'p ODI workng les pUblc ro. rk sl k an. Crm ver c lab wihout n tce' .ths manta ral 1e te ge.'prbln. t e fna In. Cle\eland athu&h n hi. righ. tumb. te da I. her. b D catch1 flrce natue beatuck I In that.for. leuner\ the.lIl'htest n &de4hlm.Wllh zta.mpItt. 1I"onderthat canl'Qthrou h I'rueUnc'race he'wa con.tern Ugn h 'Hedeserv tM .be'ta r e lvlll Howner.lt Sulliva.nwu .ln .wltheplck dayt keen-h"famllY' .Ul'\'atlon.ndwe t work-"ith I eP.llttlng..headache anddreary p lns'ln ro. In. 'In Ume1iCht1sn't t.h1n a. f. t.8'I' 1. L .1 NORTHCAltOLINA NDLEEO U1lI N. Octo r elaL-Before IItle.nhvndre and..Lee a ctaD tlter o .ear.fsnabadtb.'atatofW balvu..ftTt e&n'7iJIC'ttw' to ftT. l.tll Tt -i'ty B 0J IMER R24 0 FLORIDA 0' I on. Cto erlo.- .t'M. d. e..C ated Fl.Orida da e 2.4 t 0 0. I The Florida pla rsfoud tJi set J f u rls d outs t. ndwheri .th. e rea hed. .11.1 dlr Uon.to 1Iercermen. rcer' .decfd if' ere theUnel.Blnlon'along .enf rons 'Mercer prot"ed' efCecU E' F10rldateam averagl'd152. plaY a. there'wu' advan ment' thr ugh ce erdactl non Mer er POOI Lth d s'of' pra tIe"Cea.e.h .FlO r Id W. al. t.orc.'e-d .to. com. e. 6en1' e r on he menalborton.'Shilnds. otFtorlda.willlater Itron oo.tbe\'ISltlng hal\'es.w nt Xer er' and-showedncellent e t swfre tea n kne to. been.'dlffereIlL II Uil 'Jam .4I2Brterback a hlb lr""bck' 8eoc 1I' .rfrlt ta te J.T&7lor .lefttaekle" r .rI ht pard Vt4eU. BeJt .Pa er .c. -.Shand" .e d AT LOUISVILLE. 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