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Hi VOL. XLH No. 166 ATLANTA. GA. SUNDAY MORENO NOVEMBER 28 1909. PRICE ITCEf I ALL-SOUTHERN FOOTBALL ELEVEN PICKED tmwt Atlanta Man Is Elected President. Vote I Unanimous No Other Names Being Mentioned Aft er the Meeting Starts The Chattanooga Franchise Discussed. Die Fla November 2" Th directors o' the 'outh \tlantlc league met here this afternoon a 1 ected TV R Joiner of Atlanta Ga v wident of the league Before t f meeting when the directors were lobbying in the hof l corridor ll looked as though there wou d be three nominations for the office of presl dent. C arles TV Bojer of Hagers town Md Mlqup Finn of Lltt e Rock and aptaln Jovner were the men mentioned TV hen the meet g was c led to order Tapta r Jovner s was the onl name place 1 in nomination and he wag unanimous e ected to the office President Jnnes the leagues ea 1 or during- the past season statod torn tinif ago that I -wo Ir n h andidatp for reele tt i an1 h" t i k lis statement If is betevtd that np could hap had the office again f he had desired The Chauano za franrl is now propert of the Ir-ague will be rllspoeed of in none manr r rtur ig tie nf vt three weeks I-thrldge of Macin an1 orlfh f savannah vv I short v Jo o Chattanooga and make tlnal at angements c mcernmg tie baceba 1 situation ther If the former owne s if th franchise do not paj t r pr ce lomanded bj tMs leagjp 'or their 'niTing t e -o ithern Is-zgue ai f f rt will be made to get other i hat anooga p rt PS lo take t' e franc be ELEVENS WILL CHOOSE CAPTAINS This Week Will S e New Men a Leaders. w hat t e football season a osed but one thing more rrma ns be don before u is forg ttcn entire nd th t is the election of the eaptal i for the season c f 1J10 But one team has epc d Its rap tain to flate This. ttam is lem on Hanckle the brilliant linle end of tht Iigeis was choen at a mpptlng 5f the eleven whic was 1 eld in At -intd before the eeven left for Some after the gam" 1th T ch The other t parrs wll -lect their ip t&ms one time tUs wo k and a the i obable choKPf for the I j ltloni nnv rterest tl i football fane the spc t r editor will rndcavrr to name t r n whom vi- think- ate like v to 1 taJ the 1910 elevens rech lll trobabU rltct Patter n "hard r arelr g tackle to the 1 t houg Hed Hi due to 1 ei 1 rit ia\ get the hotep b Jt Iatt .r on se .ms to he the nr-'l lkrl\ in n Mct7ger th la--hlnK lull tack f t f Rn lerbll I t mo 1 i- t he the most llkt 1 I t luart M Gupiti s ma .Mr duo U 1 brill it ork dnr nc the pxFt rf t likelv andtdat i ir M rr on L i lf bark and Ncel i at juart r V ancr i I no o ll t rl t 1 at irr t t o 1 \f back in the scuth lie nil mcst k s get tt f po tlon i-i It 111 bt blf la t ear it school \t \uburn tw mm aro Hkclv can dldatci The race for th 1 onors bv -n to ll tetwicn Hdrlrtg' tit ilhlUg op n Hell rumor aii 1 Ponton the hard iha glng full ha k At Alabama tlircc met ure in lino for th position Coui tc' at ccnttr Aant at guard or Bamngartner af id lth th "hinccs favortng tl named appears to be the mo t Xeli Hatcker Georgia \t O orjia Hatcher the -n 1 "to t .1 4 uch bril iant bU d iriti t e i ason 1uM cosed soctus to h th lojdca choice tl ougtv Tackle Frank ir Is also spoken of as a candidate for thr honor' At Tennessee Weisenberg at end in ii -w of Ma seniority will probably 6a choacn \t Mercer B Poole the hu ky tackle or Jacob at lull back will no doubt be elected clp Louisiana s tar tackle wi mo t llkeH be tendered the honor b\ that ejeren. Tulan wilj no doubt choose ueorge tho gritty llttie quarter back to head nf rt s T t aru AjrwfgtoH. th big laoklr ct the I nlverslo ofx Mississippi eleven wi 1 no/aoubt hea ri that toatn In llio TThesc are tb4 leading oTens of the south ffd tTie gue e made above i rot Isi the captains to be "tecttd RACE HORSES KILLED BY HIGH ALTITUDE Climate Is Fatal to Horses Entered for the Mexico Meeting. El Paao Tesa November The igh altitude in killlrig the hordes that have come here for tho Juarez race meeting Two died this morning and un vteterdav Marline owned b\ T andeter and Ma\ Hanlev owned b\ Johnnj Farris died this morning Ludhiana Latonia w inner owned h\ John Merkleln died \egterdav The latter horse was valued at 15000 Recentlv a flue talllon on exhibition here from the Morgan Colonies worth the atne price died of pneumonia Pjortta owned bv H Bedwell is rlou lj glck with pneumonia The horses caught cold coming here nd the high altitude caused them to At vjulckly -when pnturooula Ueveloptd. A NEW CRACKER l \e a. pi oto of the New Oi lea bemi prjfcssi na pitclier ig ed b Maiag Otto Jurdan fo a tria no\t cpr ng ul li tho Trackers He ir ir 1 2 r o h t no run iranie in the c c i t i la. t sundav Hero ha a New Orleans paper of Moi cla --a\ s f Martina 3 perform a oo Baseb-dll fai s who filled tie little grand staid at H Iv i rob paiK N es terdav to view Inno a en in a dou- I ble header rtrrn d IP r mone\ s 'uorth from p\tr\ point of view T e It was a J ra h t jo r n jmmr in wHoh loe Martina the Viahagan twirler "taTed n t o men strol ert to f r t ba e aga n t Marti a s twiilinp oie liv a free paa and the other on a error Hdd t ese two failed to xi are t P i 11 al rorntr Martina ro ild I oa t cf a K qua ed the record of 1 1 o Jo" d j ru 'in i g Th -pt t t i iteiallv appUud l t r llngf twirhng f Mar a Tie 7 rn ar t his pp nent" v\ r Mm pl unable to hit the spht e afe j BR1SCOE PLEASED WITH MAXWELL CAR r a BrUcte prt i i nt cf HP vtd.s r Pr s o Motor -npa i a-i MI ret ir i irom \tlanta wh r he att nrip j rcepttjn of t e "jl r idt- tourl TI d t automobi ra f Mr B ald f o r e cth ace t a e of i 1 benefit n dllne tie ittentint of t e i 11 r thf- mot r ai i aX iftr t 11 t Ink ah it It a 1 wore "hi fa'-t rices ar per a ular rfT 1 f faff t OIT f thirKs -per r il ir t ci ar f 1 s1- inte e-t to a iraif mniur car j'er vr i if nr s tv I more itilitina i un f T I d rh i rnjii i1- m re ap t he iite e tfd u hi. enJurarc i t ct k t r- Nt n k Atlai ta i for sp t are mort liX 11 K o s h im turi t inu i i a e\ ri da use rf z j t. i rrt nan e of tl arl is akt-s f ir n tlr TII st i pad iirf P t h rec t 1 f th Mrfxwel s r i irkab Max 1 was rtpr tnt 1 n serv one f th innnj end i a t to rs enter g M 11 A th rr bilng tiftp i Ma\wll "n r ts m u 1 four n i tho r cars 1 r' t r a 1 jie-- AI 1 the' p r rnia of hrtr f the ars vvas so u la o\ iiit that IP judgc ana I I tt e n h e se Ul p ie T j er-i 1 f t P ttl Max it e 1 h i- p v ru laiio K w I c cam' through t m New lork wltl A pel ct uroi airi which lalrr particpal J i tl f savannah event again ith rf pffect s rf and n h f h thci a n Tip i'-hp l ihp rpmarXab f feat f c imbu g sto Mounts n \v h i lab ne r fim scaled bv hor or con vi aoc niake a rrcord of cnfl irante aid pou.tr that et a new mark in tl e autornol I P world MAY HEAD AUBURN \TK t. To He Is a strong candidate for jhe honor of heading tUe Auburn football team of 1910. j YELLOW JACKETS LEAD TEAMS IN TOTAL POINTS SCORED Now that the football season has been wound up the score" made bv the teams 'n which the football fans of At- terest Imagine who the leader In number of points scored is Tak a guess Bet there would not be one in a hundred u at would guess tnat he \ellow Jack et have the honor or roiling up the mo t number of points on their opponents this sason but such is. the case The Jackets piled up a total of 21" point" \anderbilt came second In the list w tli a total of 210 Sewanee s thi'd In the rank Tg according to points sc r d with 160 \ubarn comps fourth w th Tetnes ee made the worst showing of the bunch with onlv It points scored during the entire season n s sum total being made in the last gjme of tie season Tj ewan e belong the honor of roll ig up the highest score OT an op tonrn thi season the Tigers defeat insr P southwestern P e bvtprlan f t bv Itif score of 64 to 0 Tech dde the --pcond highest with j9 t against south Carjl 7 a Her are the fig ires nr the ipams n 1 p order in which thev scored lv T c Tec i TP 0 TFPI TP h i Tf- Ii T c Tech Tprh Tech 'inrjon M otiev o i i I aro Ina Nub irn MP c Va derb 1 an If-rbi and rbilt a Ifrh a iderb A under \1 i ni i \jhin a i ngton T I Pnncetcii SECOND CHOICE ELEVEN CHOSEN BY DICK JEMISON T e HP tl t pi f T i t an rr. pic i I i ch Hel man f ci h i s M 1 iv I "I pn e t iniPd in tvinnr- f trip IT PII am an 1 pla el tig t r t\r a. ptricia k ns. pnough ts s t arcjuaintrd w ti t i at othet s Etv lc o pla 1 u t i- levrn iftalnst thc xll --outhern bunch of Mr i\ Isnian s and tt ev woulj give th m ai awfil lub f r the LO int M the c nter positlin H av t r is a. pcod nut He has th v Igl t anl th slrrngtl thr 01 v t me t lat keepv him if t \11 Utr-Pin being th rxpcrt orcp His parsing lias ben g oil his d ten IVP pli u been R oi but h- has not been shift enough on his Ice -til h tand above the c tl r ctutPis it plaw ot o ir barring th \ll s ut ern cci ter I u A Thr to rd In Vllcn f \ibtirti and coiitigtoi. f v dtiUerbilt the leven has two p lards who next v ear should develop Irto Ml bouthern caliber ThP charge hard on the offensive havp the welgtit f ni with this vears expedience will r aXp good guard" next -ra cn Hut it Is at thp tarki position t 11 ho eleven i thp ctr n re t and it is fr thjt the PCO rd strong tpai i w o i fl KIVI tl tirs t atn ill t a i were looking for and a little addp 1 solp has tK'Vpr been -epn in action n j \tlanta but his work ha bten th fi uure 01 the games that Louisiana Mate unixer-lt plav ed this vear -trong hpadv n it k to diagnose plaj s and with an ii tuition that at times Mems unnatural he has repeatedlv broX n up manv a jrn 1 p TJ that has lien --tarted around the enJs But taulXInberri at the other tackle an pven better plavpr than elp \v ptghin 1 S pounds active strong a-I a bull and a wonderfjl p'ater on tne J def-ensive a man who unaided ha i broken up more interference tl an an i iihpr tacivl" in the south this plaver s j worth to ne e even is unquestioned I Kjt he is a -nan of all around ability 1 In-fcides He can cam tb ball on j me plunges and makes his distance v th the best of them He Is wcnder Ii 1 us an mterferer and in nal ing a tt.nner uamerctful Tie erds. Hill aiul Hateher are fast Ti v go Into anv kind of a plav sent t icir wav frcquentlv gei th ir roan behind the Une and get down under punt in fine sha'pe Thev hivp tte natural ability that makes good foot ball plavers and vuh the experience gained hi' v rar \viM be ea d from next season Ilrtmne tke Star. Brown the little quarter ba"ck of int tc m U ft wenvl r H w isha but 16 bewanee Auburn T anderbilt Montgomerv Howard Gordon Mercer \anderbllt Tech sewanee Georgia IB A aba-na 14 Mabama 0 Mabama 0 Xlabama 14 Mabama 10 Alabama vlabama 6 Alabama 6S I rilon Ho-ward Clemson Mississippi Georgia Tennessee Tulane L. S T. Qfi C emsoi riomson 0 lenison 1 I m on lemson Gordon T P T Davidson Mabama Georgia Tech 0 Mere Mercer Mercer 1 Mercer 0 Merepr Mer er 6 Merce' Mercer Gordon Vanderbi Auburn Howard Tpeh outh arot na Norman Park orgia 0 nrgia i porgla 6 Oeorg a o VJP I'-gla 19 0 v rnpU i 1 itadel Tiav itlco 1 Tennessee Alabama lems in Tech \uburn t 1- f n Is vet he is f thr bpt I i in rs if the -ar bring inlv r\ Ml i hv I- enton of L t In open field running ho s a \vun- l r But it Is his passing ot th ball tl at would help this eleven m re than a thing else V ith suoti men t feed It to as Prfc.tt and Hardagr Browne vv uld bp In his prime The pl vs wnild get awaj quicker than in the hands of anv other quarter back In run ilng hack pun F lir Is a deinoi He 1 a vvoud rful plajer in thl re pect and his speed makes him hard to atch Hl tackUns for su h a light plajer lo womicrfu It is his weight tholgh that kept him off the All viuthern till there Is no her luartpr back l\o oven pushes him for second string honors U the half back positions th -tiio f iiav of the t u thoirps ure etulrelv different Hardage is the best i i Ttu1 c pen field runner barring 7 inl r in the south and his value to Uif t am is unquestionable Pratt tl e fth.r half is a fine exponent of the forward pass an j as a kkkor there is no one in his cla s in the south His punt have outdistanced an kicker in the southland and his field goal ability makes him an added requisite to the eleven Penton at full back tg a good man A hard plunger a man worths of the f ac he Is given here the second best full back In the gjuth This i the eleven that the writer rUiin setond onl to Heisman All- southern Thev would put up a wonderful defense a defense that the ftr t team would find hard to pierce On the offensive with Faulklnberr and -elp to alternate on tackle over tackle plays Browne to run the ball on quarter back runs Hardage to skirt the ends Penton to hit the Ilrte with plunges Pratt to use the forward passes and to do the kicking w ith such known abilltj to place kick irh as making them from the 50 yard line this eleven would be hard for anv of them to defeat Herp la the -Second ehoicp pie\ n in the view of the writer If vou differ with him well and good this eleven is just one man s opinion selected from the dope Fogel Denies Rumor. Herrethof Won Golf Tourney. Lakewood J November 27 Fred Herresbof of th We tbrook lor g If land. Golf Clufe toda. won the annual lutumn Lakewood golf tournament defeating 'Waltr J Travis Garden CUjr. bv S up f d t to P' y.t Philadelphia November orace Kogel. the new pe ld nt of the National League Club of Philadelphia. In a statement tonight denied the persistent rumors that Charles W Murph of the Chicago club is Qnan iaJly Interested In the 'ocal team. He innounced that he hag not Pledged flimself to nr candidate for the presidency ft the att pa "BIG ED" KONETCHY OF ST. LOUIS WHO MAY FIGURE IN TRADE Probab v tu n "t ta \ed of nan 'n the dail\ ba eball talkfest is Bij Fd Konetch-v the -t IM i Nationals star flrst sacker Konetchy s name ha3 man\ tia4e during the r a t fev. week' but foxi Posrer Breenahan known the w or h of h charg tc i P ardi nal hi refused to part with the RTV ices of t i Mat Mill there Is a chance that the clever fir't lacker ma\ not we. r n t 1 ills i nifirm next fa.nn Bre nahan ha r relied e\era real g-ood offers within tie last few da\s THE ALL-SOUTHERN ELEVEN PICKED BY COACH HEISMAN \aiich 'Gets lour Men Seuance Thice Aubuin T\\o One and LouiMaua One on the Eleven Sonic "Sine" Choicer Are Not Gi\en Places on the Ele\on 1909. Georgia Sewanoe Aub irn \urjrn \anderHlt T anderbllt Sowanep Louisiana tat Sewanee Vanderbllt Vanderbllt My ee tionK for the All Star South j not the usual All-Southern pUyer of irn football f am for 1909 are 1ah n as natural bHIllance and wonderful 11- usual from the lolleires t at belong around athletic abltltv to thr southern Intercollegiate Ath letic AssociatiOT onlv Thev embrace In this connevtion Nanderbilt Sewanee Tennessee Louismna State Auburn Alabama Howard Mlsslsplpi Mlcsls slppl A A. M Georgia Mercer Tech and riernson There arc a few ther i colleges in DP association sorh a i Furman aTd W of ford and one or two i others but these do not plav football j Kentucky State is also a member a.n l pla s footba I but I hav bten compelled jo omit a consideration of their team from this article because of their distance from here Thl All boutbern ma be said to be the pick of the football talent of the states of Tennessee Louisiana SJljslssippt. Alabama. Georgia and South Carolina. A few of the positions in the above team have given some trouble but only a fe The dlfflcultv in tho cases arose not from the wealth of first-class material bvit from it paucity Take the fir t three men. for Instance Never In the last ten vears before this would elth r of these have stood a how for the All "Southern notwithstanding thej are all g-oo 5 football player Every- on of them U of exvenaive eaperleoce and It Is rralnii on that account thej h e been srlven the positions they know thp game But no one can af that anv one of Ihe three Is a born football plavrr They have all toiled hard and laborious for what has come .to them and certainly they Reserve all the jrtater credit but Ui y ar an1" Home sor of ded ma\ be ai i a ijted so as to strengthen the Laidlnals New \ork is wlUIng to part with Merkle Herzjg and Crajidall for Big tid Philadelphia also is after hi services and hag offered several food plajpra for the flr t baseman Chicago it is said is willing to jtive Kllng Tor Ko- netchx Pitchtr Lush and a money on sideT-ation Judg-nf bv thf roan i ood offers made the chances are that l\o netcrn will dDn another uniform bearing initials that do not stand for M Louis next season I or Oe t rolrr i T asr at center U a trlfl light for the position but no man of the ear charges a-- better or quicker or harder than he UP f3g a rp.n 1ld far- ulti for rllarnoslngr t is pla of opponents and must be reckoned Tilth In v r frame In addition he Is a flrst- rate snapp r and alwars has Ills mrn 1 I on the game He never stop to argue or fusg vlth hU opponent or the of- j flcials i ever inte-n on hi work and i eager to win his tackling Is strlctlv first class Ff IK not a fast xm his feet a he might be for If he wer he would b up to the other All Southern centerr we have had hut as I have Just said he Un t there nvist bo reasons for It and th U one of them At anv rate Tie' about the best of the season and there will be f w to dispute hi claim Other good center have bee i Countess of Alabama and B -rer of Auburn At the guard position the case Is identical. No doubt there are plenty of players in other positions tackle for Instance who would hav made betlav guards bv considerable than the ones 1 have c iected above bat to place the tackle t ere would be to hazard a conjecture and would hardly be fair to the men who bate worked at guard position 1 atn aware that in malting former All-Southern selections I have i sometime pursued this plan but VhfO I was writing more ai a coaca man as a scribe and In the latter capacity I tx- Conttaued on Page Fhre. Philadelphia Man Has Won 4 Out of 5 Games. George Slosson Is Beaten by George Sutton While Cline Defeats Cassignol the French Champion Cline Will Probably Win Tourney. New \ork November 2T Qeorj button of Chi ago defeated O OTJ h ufson of Ntw York at tonlghfa c-- ion Cor the worlds champloahtp U balk line billiards tournament. la H e afternoon Firmtn CasslgnoU the r 'uc i ci ampion lost to Harry P Ctme of Philadelphia The Sutton-slosson game went M inning" Button winning br a score ot jOO to 43 Slosson played an even game hl c high Innings oveioome bj drears runs of single- fiiftitp conng Buttons average W 15 0 1. with a hlgli run of 70. S)0i- un high run was 77 and hit AV- erage 14 3 31 C line defeated Cassignol at Oi aft ernoon sps'lon hi a core of 50tf to 461 the game oing fort innings and' a- igTio lost his game in the flr t tu InnlTg" pla ing in his poorest foim of the tournament and Scoring oiin t. points 10 his opponent 1(1 1 r m the tenth inning t n. the f renrli ihamp on pla ed a skillful. 1U bill game b it the I'hiladelphlan'B lead was ino great although Cassignol came withii ivvo points of tlelnj- Cline in the thtrt fifth cllne went o t easily r i the 40th with an unfinished run of j points 1 rt hij.li lun was s6 and hlai avrragp 1. 20 40 .aaslgnol averaged 11 -1 40 line now iead in the tournament. with a reooi i uf four games won Ottt of n\r pUved fir worst Cline cau po ibl get as a result of tha remaining corapetltlons is a draw for he haa no more games to plaj and every jth..r pU e I a.a lust t least one grfme lines percentage Is whle Uernarest and fcutton are i JO flie standing of the other o--s Slosson 3J3 Cas lgnol Cutler 000 I ,8flOt tl d. 259 i DOGS ARE GIVEN TRIAL IN THE ALL-AGE STAKE Stake Not Finished by the Continental Club. Baib i N C November \Varm drv wi atliT and the difficulty of flrtd- intr ira noo'-sj'ttated lonj rung In tMi sacotid dav of the all ag r stake of the CftumtTtil Ftold Trials Club todav" ard In con t tuencc the stake was not flnUl P I T. V T anticipated A tate star was made and oulv t o bra -b wcrf it down 1 efore luncheon Tie fii t pair down vva Pawn- liakce i\\r 1 l F M Gri Jou of Toiont n a la and Bill lonnston. ow no l b dijstav abhl of Milwaukee N ither ljund birl aixl were ready to lit bffore llnir was up Th next li was tht pointer Lords L d Of Jing j t i ed b-v t I lord of I a 0tt Olio an th rngllsh mir o\ l- y Urll b I N J-lolschman of New iork Hot found bird' but Jingo r a the botlor raop 1 ride of Vhlte ton Iv II H t-dvard- tf l'le\eland and Hlnehurst Fun b\ l onarrt Tdfts o 1'j/ieh jrst N t ran together and nelth r dog scored For the necond rri l the judge rolled for eight dog four of whlco. BTf run todas The pointer. Gilt V gp owrx-d bv Plulev and HamlltOD. of -iarn Npb Mantto-ba M S et- ei v \A r Milton V. Innlpeg Ma.n4 l nTrk Ton' settei W 8 Scott Wln- inpm Klii \lola setter J \V Con l 4 me ittle v\iuii Manitoba Frank Udlntci Thotna Johnson. Winnipeg Milton setter J K Hlnda Baltimore i rd s Lad of Jingo C H Corf Da7 ton Ohio The Judge" arp running th 4oS l dlfferont linos tljrfri Is lugtomary and th uutconio tf the race i awaited with cri at liuorest The Vials Of thO roim r Club of America begin her Mondai an 1 for half a daj at let.lt lw trils Trill b riinnlnff at th sama t mi The- judge for the Polntr Club trial" will be the veteran handler Xat 13 Nesbltt of Omaha Neb OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT ATLANTA ATHLETIC CLUB The Atlanta Athletic Club will bold an open golf tournament at its Eaat Lake club on December IS and IT/ Th tournament I open to the coif er the couiitr over Prizes In ca h or silver to th amount of SOO will be given Professionals will tre given cash and ama t tpurg stiver Thirty-six holes wltj b plaved ach dav The prize will be warded to tha eight lowest score at the "I hot f a follows First ZOO second t third ITS fourth 50 nfth. 126. flxta. $15 seventh J10 eighth 1 J There will als be a ca n or llrer prize for the loneet metal acore at II- j. holes 3 It in expected that the entrr 11 t will be largo a thin 1 the first opea lournam fit that ha ever"ben held In Oeorgla No entrance fe Will b charged and those denirjny to avail themselves of the Invitation should- nd tli lr names lo W B. Browne Studio building Atlanta Ga. Moore Wins at Golf. Plnehant N C. Kov mb f J" HL A Moore of Apawaml w the rtn- ner of the president s cap lt th ftnt round of the sixth annual autumn golt tournament today defeating F. T.- Keating of LPJIOX. 1 up and 2 to play. C B Hudson of Roch t r. won th consolation trophy from E. A Outb rU of M Angnstlne 4 up and S' ta Langford After Boston ovember J7 Actln for ftam Langford. th heavy wetgUt' boxer of this city. Manager Jo today depo iled 110.000 U match of not 1 M than with lack Johnson or nlp r the Ljfjf vciL. XLII.-No. ATkL A. MOR. G\ NOVEMBER PRI EiJ F "v.f j t"l PICKE I JOYNER AT HELM I I Of SAllY lUGUr Prcs cnt. II .Jark on\ The atld ilecte 1 t' woud Cl1arle J yner "h.n m"etlJig called 'aptain w. y 'all UlOn .Iat d tin II. wO\lI.-\ nc h" 'andl al' r'le'lhll1. tll 'k I deeJ re-d Th l hattal1o"za I ciJ p08"d man..r durini1 np\ .eeu tlhrl 1ge acn. an' o will hattan oga IH' anj ementll concerning b peba:1 th" price the -'o"lhern d fC1rt .111 'hat' rt'j"s See aa Xo" th" "a on rf'mains II torgotten "nd th.at or l lO ef'tpd II ate. t am crnon. chO n \.Jd ACanta T"ch. olh r th ir w or Inter 8t rtn ltor n me mO horn I aJ PaUrr.on at T.'b. "IJ1 Pa\\ r.un. I claTi lng LI Hili. jJ -'f'n\l r\\y "Ia tl1 cllo"p. but ralll'r m 1 m"n th" n th" \'Rnd..rbJ11 I"mmoll..r. c" tll h ell/'I rn"chlrw. i tJriLtnl .ork durinI' III I"rr.on. t"l "al "ce quart..r wt:1 .101IJ't rkrt LanrT. 3rknow'di \ed h C'\'cq'Otl. R the h halt n t- JI \\I.y bl I&"t I" Th rac ml II" t' twccn t op'n-fI',1 har1.cha ha.'k. 11n thl' IUlltC" cent r lanl. II' the' h lCell 111 fTrit- 1 I he 'krJ' .t G or&'la. GrJltla. end -of' brilliant durin td" jUl t h" hoic thou 1I I"riinllr. pok n o hOD on. nd .k. hUliky ta ItI el'ct d jp. L WI' mo.t choo hea e AIr' gt th. c 'nl 'r"l o. wl:1 nO doubt aret -ele"ens d t 'i i ft1n lect 'd 1' t..r 7.-The i "tie ,14 T. by a winner. ta H. G. rlousl and tit t lite qul kll pntlUDOl a NE I I I .lIn .lART1 A. T' ,11\1' i photo f' I rni'prjr..ssjonai signed I. i by a" for i r r 1 0' it n u/ 1 II I I 'n' c"lIt ast I ew a 'ay ot Pt'rform-I allr I. r"ns ftlJt'.d ran iDly \'r\n i la f eafdr t 'n''P I fan a" H. "at'th..1 waR 1",1 carded was. noh,1. run tWlrler.i U"j\ two fir ba"e a i illEt llartlna' y thege I jIare hilla ro\\l1 l.oast It .Id\"K Nlualpd tIe Adil t'yru8 Young "T'1" Pf' l"tl\l' apPI 11 t rln "r dartlnR H"rnhar 1r tJppjJ1pnt8 Wl'r lm t e Ihee lIaely. I I J 1.\n Hrl 'np id"nt J lrd.w'II'Bri r"'pany a Iiu r retun"'II i 1 I .elt' oml i' r fr i w al "lit "vl/roe I' th" cace'l ar'e of" fnw'h I 1If' f'1I1'lk 10 mM"r 'I t"tJ1 RblJllt a. It wrre.i. "r. ar" pf'rt.al'uar I" 'i ppa. tp "r 111\ J.'ss Intert'st 1 \'ral wtl I lt\ 1. or d. I "f mhc1 'wh more t" j"ter.-t.rj ill I'n urarcp ik \'tU' y"kAtlallta' I r" e t. ik" 11"1 I- wh t1jtvrj J'llt I I i "ae It e\'f'r-d\ I .n. zino. Ill" 1""r''rT11an'e I Ih. ario" "lk nf t mu t I' "nd'lr" cn thr. rf'C'H.i "r' n. I H x we1 J' r.m.1 r a u- T'j Ia w,11 'pr'nt",1 \I "f nw endur'a""e tours enteri At'i'"H thl'r. bcJn n axl\1 p ai \c rt 'c t:7 t of Wa o ulllJ'lla\ 1IIP an'al'k rn rnrf' p1'i7.e I 1':1' rer'r,1 .f Ih it1 ax.'j Jfr WW"r runaho\\l. wlnc r 1m ff'cI ill tllf' with I p' rf"C ser. 'hirh .11' rpmpi"hf'J r"mltr tbe If imtHl\g -1011. llountJltn. wltH"l n'r hof'f' a1) rf' orll endurance n w n ark l JoTLL F.H'K rt I i 't -k j' o. b n n anta. are int rested ma prov" o in tere t. num r that ttle 0 n nt. lI allon. 'a e. o 17 pol n ts c.md witll \I is th ranking scored com with Tenn s"ee te c red th ets t .lta made' g me t he Sewan"e o l'on nt thi" sea.s .Jn. In tile 'er lt 'orc O. and 9 t" /J uth Car'Jnna f1gJrf's gh'ng in Iip nr pr 1' m t pojnt T ch. T..ct orJ n. T \I.,0ne\ Tedl n'JI:1 I .w nE' 1 Tel'li Ti'nte.8. "Tf'l'h \uh"rn T'ph f"Cc'c \1 J ljporlilla. Ii em n t ud..rbllt. J\d 'Toi It- Pl' 0 s \'anl rhii p-r r Vand..rbill rn f' Po\ I \'d1\,1pr \I\/TIni. 3 17 \'anderhllt 1 \I lf'rhi/I \i 'I'"lppl. 1 \'anIrhlll .T"nn" I I \'anderl iit Ohio S 1 "anderhiit 'a.itinitton I \'andi rbjjt -ewanel' 16 lv S..nn..c. 6 w a T' t' 0' C ewanpl' O r. 3.01'1' H\el ht" 1 3n" T h I 1 Sewan. l' D n Dlek J..mla. I I SECOND CHOICE ALL-SUUTHERN ELEVEN. P"1"ITlu PLA YIf C'OLLIGE I l uard ,1 J' l.Rft -uard. Co\inj/ton \-an l'rbUt tili1 a- i ln' HI I' br l Quartet Back. Hro"Il' Spwan"o f I ub 'ull lJa'k. P"ot"n Ti alo rl "In s tl" "cond I \11- "ullH'rn f',1' picl1\ fIlIn lhe pl' r 1(1 atpr C arh Het"man. L T"\ ej j \f'd his \II''L th- I \I i T ll' "Oll\ P\ 11 ,11"\11,1 rene a If l11"n wpr lnl" and Ing"t 'r l \'rioQ .n g"'t with I t'ut' atiother' tlc or l'ut t'd 'l/.a\n 1 \ll-"outhern i I'I an they th'm or count. c'nter Rea\'er i I thl' 'Ight onv tin Ihat I \ll-1"oul"nl b ing pa "lng glol. jrlen.ive rJ ha a "n IV' hd "n leet. tll h. ctl1r c 'ntPr 'Ol1r uI"ern c\Ier. Lue" ua..d. 11 n t \11 bu rn Co ngton. of lt. th 'I"to AII.Southprn Th"y th oj'cD iYt' IInj rra guar 'aHn. Bu I po ltl".nll t:1:1 I'ITt.n"e.t .r" t .eco/rd 0'11 1 111" nr t t"am lat IC ia i r"lturE' o I lty play..d C'jIl l'k e Intuition 'n \"L pi 1 .0 i h e lS e dt i on I I pIa 'er th un'ald"d than i la'er' ee\'eD UIl a-around th-e ba dn. I i we nder-I \I naling t n nero er.d Hat h.r I' Tirt y ps 't thdr I unb sha' ha\ i fo t- La plaY TI hi ypar hear I 'I JiI'aJO n I u" Brown uartet' I 'eam. wQnlSu. n. we5hll 12 ewanee 11 1 G S 160 A.abar. 2 Aubura. C. 0 11 Auburn. I 46 Auburn. Z Auburn' I Auburn. ,17 Auburn. 1\ Auburn. 1 J6 Auburn. 6 H 4 .J buwo. i d" 0 I dI sIBeippl. .Gt'orgla. 0 0 .L. 1 17 Cl..o 0 o 'l"m on 17 1 'mRon 1'01,011 1'1 O1..n I 29 .i (3 Il'rcer .Gor on 11 ercer. er'r. II Ii .r pr l1'reer S uth CarotinR. orman 0 46 1)6 t 101'/ Oyrnpla" f\ \I "orgia "It"d I ila\'id..on r.f'o"l'ia. f\ 'orJ la. Ji 11 1e01snn. 1 Georgia. 16 t7 Tt'an .f' I T nn..e. K..ntucKv. 1\ n Tf'nns"l'e orth 'aroina f T nne 'I' Kentucky Stall' 17 o Tena""se. C.orgla. 3 Tenne9see. Tech. 9 II Tpnnes""f' .Vanderbilt. ,1 "T'nnt'tt" Alabama 1. n 1'f'nn"pe I'hattanaoga. 0 j 1 T"nne""N' Tran 'h'ana 0 l P"\JI1 on" "t bp 1 1l1an"r y"ar. 'x- "pil d Fenton. S t' n is d hl o th" that m"r. a".thlng'csc tl quid tJ p running resped. sp d I'atch. His sueh I won .rtuL \11-Suulhern. I'til n 1 .thl'r who seron 1 halback .1) 1 1'11\- wu 'hoc b t "lId O 1 1.anl"r. t hi n unqu stionable. the alld kick hi plar. iF on1r to TheY" t' first to' II with Sllch 50'yard ele" n Hel-P. -I con "J."n i I I man's I I' -Ho raN I pftlldent ia- 0 P lladelPhla.1 t O hI c ri na 1 u re I thhea O t te-di I an'- pr st-I -Natifnal l M&ue 'J" No'oem r Z.-'Fred Herre .bof tbp We.tbrook. Lone Itan g La 7 rl n raGr P' fu J.t plaJ' TRAI E I I I I i I I i t i i j I I I m" Itad-e 'of "Bi Bd" t "ollis first-sa.cker. ha be..n mpntian"d In conlJl'cton wih ja H er kno'l\'jng worth o hi t' "ardl ha. .Phis tiJ1. ftr -r t. T.n"s ha. "eraJ ood da I N len (3-corgia Loui ialla omc ChJi cs n n. i y .1. n"lmall. 4 ALL.SOUTHERN FOR t'U ITIO\ X"\MI- -Of.LEGE. e e't on AII-Slar rn t"am I9 J9 lak.'n 1 .on .erlul all- I fro n tal Ath- Tennel'o ee. MI ,18F1pl IiI' pl cQlle a 'orrord tootball. 1'aIRQ Elnd plays hay@ b .n C'onli era1 Qn o b .ause This AlI.Southern Tenn nee. II8Js lppl. f w th few. thofoE' tint eltha. not..IUutan lnK the ontO exun ye ha'e 'en IM- no1\ g lme. 1Ia th m. tbe .I ate r lt. b t c.b.1' sort d ai a\ b arranJt' I o f' 1 IlIng hili aj 'I on- by ar 1 0 d n 't. ur. r t. Lwas' yea.r ppl n ae- ut t1. 'PT flr snapper. an U I tl a rg11 e' of Is his ta. kllng tlret-clasl He as f et" as b be AII-Routhem I I n't thl' an rate,1Jc. f'III' hie c ntera been i I I J 1 nt have bet ha. "eI ted I. tA klell tI.ere luJd WO tUd rn a th m ore co I P 're'FlTe. i tUNE LEADING t At 8ILUARDT Ian 0'-5 r Champion-Cline Pzo T urney. E'\ 7.--Georc.- Stitt on. C'hil'ago orn -.v..son. e. ork I .In lin tourna.ment. t 111' .I ternoon 'rt .t\t 'illl.mpion. P. 00 37. UD- be1nC L dr art j'UT I'corlng. W'u 1)-3 O. n' -:1. Clinl t11e s "lon hy otUO' 124 f'a tint' playing ac rlft on I hI oVl onenr. Frnm Innln on. cl ampon 'w but 'WdS Ca.IIII n l e&m tteln 'thf' thlrty-tth. o'Ut IJ r 1i-r.c' 1 O-4 Ca lgnol a.e d I-IO. tOUrnam nt. rt'l'oril u \'I' pog ibly' th ,1 her 'r Ita" .t one &O. 'hU Ue'd. (1. p1ay- E So.s ln 33 Cas91gnol O i I FU shed Ha b"I' c. :7.-'um" wPRtl1f'r hlr 1ant.unll Ii 'sccon l all-ag-c C Htine't I c\n"c'I".n fn hf',1 Wet" 1. Wi'l't wa two' brat"s pilI I \\'r..1 by H. Gra'l.Iou. TnrL n f'.111Jl.1a. .Io \n8tc.n. IIJn",1 dlht'rj'Jllnd 1.J1r 1 read tin .all Thll R' Lad J. ng. w IIpd b l' 11. lJa.tOD. autl the CjWj. 7' r. 'IIf'r o 'VhHel'tone 10 II. .f 11. b l.eonard T th. of I'j"/'Jr"t. l' I "prl"t jU ge. .Il"d .r" E'Jg. b f'b Max. rell .y W..1. Iton. l.I'rk .tie \\ola. J. W. CODalo I :0-3. It II' r I I1ton. A' t"r J. F. 'rd' onS jud" t 0" tll. Ih. r II I .r 'a I t n t"e51. -Ial. tbO. Potu\\r ub anl da et two b" rt1nnln thlr .amA' t'me' &t A TLANT A Ot' 'emb'er aftdtf Thill III 'Ih the I $51)1) .111 Iv n &m&o. H b holes. Col/ Wl U sec nd. U" .6 Co urt h no xt 10 10. allll b 'ae &t'II' x cted lilt .111 a. t hJ. Is tournamt l f'Vf'r'.b 1J o nt ranc fei them. lve. lI tl1-elr Br 1VJ f- C N'ov.mbet J -1L- 'Wt" J r lldent' tb.4 1 If J'LT. I .nox. pla C. Roche-tel' won'the. AGuth. 'S t 1'1.1" JO l r 1- ctlq. h &V7wefl1it.boxe" r J'CMVW maa deV031. te.d .10.000 W' fD a. t"&nt.eJi ft4. 1'fOC'th .f&m9.1. :1 1T' TN F FidllI il ATLANTA dNSPiiOW I OE1fS ----j--- .t Dis- .J&rk5On' W. tie th th t W. Lilte S on a eat- cme et r tctK I hi h& francIi5e. 'e O fl not thr of i owners the 1ranctse. to entirety. 'lemeon. with cap- week. as 1) ic.s flnTi tiitt ttr ikC.y a Patterson .5 cargttg flfl tuis tcrrfln Fems .tttr 1) to tt- Its a arnuu t t. aIf NcClrv Sewanec an heat tie pot'iOfl. ttttt b bear th ltar1.cha'gtng CoUttcm. tard. with tin- TFtrtm@d. most tt Ito ted 't t though tt T.cw 0 Seip. nrt I' a tana. er5Iy o e g u.sSes fiFI 'V .4. Tea.s. A. bor o aerlously g quick -c.\ 7. .aa 'r5t -ri-k- a an 'S 4 to Sr 4.e e 0 L ir 'I e -ateiay- 6 r.-fli .t M.\RTINA. T o alt .t e tO It r se nt I ni'tt t ned tt -ii t. no-run rec.'nt I.t."t t' o Motudav ane. yer- COt his-header rec-eiv'd heir I worth view. The i es. fat tho.t cO t -as tio-run tny strolled furt aganot by n lute I tud the lettiflg It'-rn tartitr iti tm- ply CART Po at .utt esldont. Siim.wrtt -Priu" ian' .cuutt where a ttt-n-ito Ittr- rode touricts attd the roe- Bi.'roc lit let 0 t. .tt think 'I Ct C hit. arcepee ta-ular nil t. euo Cr if t uer- c-ilar art- the average mn orcaruser who ne-'anitr- iv if I ih -u lest ik' the 't'.rk-Anania hiu-rp take thur it 'o Wtiht"i 0' itiurt ar in to vt a Of- 1"- utuaker tarn 0)1,51 t C -i- t tue. t he i ft 1 r.uttirkab- Ti0 we 0 as itt Oti 'tim ny tot to. COt res all fourt'- these tic-i -n rh-I e -cur cc the i.evt''rna ne -'i- thetti t ret' spetfat the httl. well -hntec iSv "i- fr ernie. 1 r \'t'\ rrcor sets tue Ft.tC FCTO. -1 intereated may of in- etC most Tennessee gme rolling Presbyterian t icr-i Li nade I t llrtrj C l. it .ottey l.a .i'o't' 'aroilna texvenpe. i' 1 it Trek uhu rn .err Ii .tltTeeh t'pflt.iO 'S Vanderbilt --,0 p r. .in \ani-rhitt hit-ci is it' \atttiorltilt \hutt aol h 7 .3 It \'atdertuitt .Stirrtussippi. I ill \a title rhult .Tett neenee a Va it Li 1 Vanderbilt Sew attee 21 CI tAowatee i 0 I ii i'ct-a ru .1' tt'ehghte C lii rh-watts- Tth Ii lx I i- I. BYDICK us. Sr 'C tO l'LAYER. 'Pitt heave .Auburn 'C lhtguit ng tn .anderlilt 'C Itigiul Ta ke eip I.ouisiana a l. fl Tackle F'attlkinberry ii Jilg.I I 1-nI 11111 .kubuzrt Ic-it End ilatcirer 'C Hrc twit ewanea Ilight half ISact' Alabama 'C left half III k li-artiage 5u Sack Auburn Tie hoe rleen in ti t.t" \lI.i-ktullirtt etcvvn pia.crs Coach I t.tf iui itlt-ked At1-ytth-t thu prone a tarn ter 1 tog It play ttle llcisntatzs t uS for tlt is a-eight the Oni liv \tl-i tilt t diem- iv e play bar artJ goal chilly ytili claude tlt I cotirte I .tlt-h'utuerct tilt' et 'itt i guards year I i mae is O'lid lit' lirsI that ddtl. has thu ta" 'put-k i C ems I gvtai play ha t -atieve 0 Seip. \Veighing 150 as I any orth th itti Tb-ny their t ns 1. Std(4. t4eoo cc- Sewanee 42 27 A 0 S 2Z S 0 17 S C .G tej CS Usbama. .I'nlon I it I I 4 I S I 12 'lOmson Clemson .V 1. C I 7 'I I I t'tt 0 ii ii' ii 25 S .22 I ii. 26 teur1a. ii Geotrga .Otyt npiatus tttle.t gia a I h'orgis 0 1 G"nrgls 1 Georgia. S Tenssae. S Tttrttessee .F1 North I I Tennessee. T enaesses .Geor gta 1) 1 it T ennat. 'tree it .Transylvania -5 l7 'tm titiart 1' muSt S. der. anything W'ith to plays punts. is wonderful hi the le two Ut tt-dtii class any nd i an -hraee S. esIdent SV. a Hel an f theati'CflaI L.egue. N. today J. sPd .4 --a i I a 5p t I C I 5 .4 1 iw1L 0 'C \e H JIIk H Probably Lht ttttai.taiked.of baseball "Big St. past his the I pals. hrsl-eacker wear St. ti as&eob. Mresnahan several By W. ii. ib'C-'C4a-ia'C'C rr 'C'C'C'C'Ca'C'C'Caas.s-sag'Cp t5 b'ioSlTlOI 'enter Lucas 'C flIght Guard Cheape Left iuard toice Auburn. 0' Eight Tackle Earlinger I .eft Tackle Griffin Eight End Freelani I Lnft End Williams quarter F nton State. 'C Right Half. Lanier 1 'C Stat Morrison 'C Full Bach Metzger se1ections th t I it 1.4 ercer I th as I i may th its thar All-Southern. good th a ii- .iu--'F. arranged first many good lb t. Lnra. t5ets t'e.ier. splendid tie p1n' I I every he'i I rnCni I I I O n I Isn't. b I )3eaver I I Selected bul'th th.latter -AtBILLIARDS. Georga IOo5So scssin a 1.2 Vrettci 2 437. his 20-32. -'Carls 00 forty J 'assigtiol ht champion played 'uP- itn it iihlIen 20-40. t'linc Tit ca possibly playr- QG let flares t tied 2 .710. tie is THEALL-AGE N. iird' I I Cc finleti'i two e flint ttr-ak -s. I tt .i tatla. owned by N'-iiiier it .Ini 4)15 55 Jingu. owtei l'lots'ioy' lit U. N. rca C t. Eds cede. O'Soha. te'i' tV. P Mao. til-'ts- 1 iis selter-J. -wuttle. ltr4's the it 1"i or r .N a.at IT era noah be as $200 t stat 15 cash or I3 .N be AilantLQa. i. A. was the 1 nd it. tha A. -S" Johnson. 2T.--Act1ng the heavyweight Joe5Wdmas deposited t.I1llq- f less twsaWrowtds for tbeciismplog. Wtatld.t 'f"- -.5 P l4- s.no . . . . . , , . * - ' . , ¬ ¬ . , " ' ' \ ! > ? . < " ! > , - * - ! " ) , % ? 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