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Perni/s Perni/s Perni/s Perni/s Perni/s f Tech's Tech's Gordon Eleven Winner iFew iFew iFew Upsets In Dope DEDICATION OF CAMP GORDON'S GORDON'S ATHLETIC FIELD LAST WEEK H t 1 If Scene of the dedication of Camp Gordon's Gordon's athletic athletic field last Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday just as the Oglethorpe and Camp Gordon elevens lined up for their their football game. game. This field is one of several that that will will probably be erected. erected. -The -The -The idea is Brigadier General Er\vm\ Er\vm\ Er\vm\ Er\vm\ Er\vm\ \\hose \\hose \\hose imtiatweness imtiatweness imtiatweness has made made him one of the most .popular .popular .popular .popular .popular .popular officers at the cantonment. cantonment. I r Golden Tornado Is Best Eleven In the Country Perm's Perm's Perm's Perm's Showing Against Pittsburg Saturday Proves That Tech Has Greatest Team of the Year. Year. By By By Dick Dick Jrmlson. Jrmlson. Jrmlson. Jrmlson. Jrmlson. Jrmlson. Georgia Tech Tech Tech s Golden Tornado is is the the best best best football team In America America Coach Bob Folwell. Folwell. Folwell. Folwell. of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania gave the Tech team this praise praise shortly after the Jackets had run rough-shod rough-shod rough-shod rough-shod rough-shod over his eleven in a game here a couple couple of week week week ago ago He stated then that be be believed believed the Jacket Jacket could defeat defeat defeat anything In the countrv countrv with the the pos sible sible sible exception exception of Pittsburg Pittsburg Pennsylvan Pennsylvan Pennsylvan Pennsylvan a played played played played Pittsburg Pittsburg almost almost almost almost to a standstill Saturday Saturday Saturday Glenn 'Warners eleven being iucKi iucKi iucKi iucKi iucKi to win by a 14 14 to 6 count count Comparing T ch a 41 41 to to 0 0 victory over Penn Penn the the scores certainly indicate Tech Tech s s superiority over the Pittsburg Pittsburg team team Comparative cores cores cores prove little little however but we are not basing our statement e thi8 alone alone This is just an added added Mjrument to our contention contention Comparing Comparing Comparing Comparing Them. Them. Them. Them. We don don don t believe Pittsburg can show any linesmen linesmen the superior superior of of Phillips Phillips Fincher. Fincher. Fincher. Fincher. Carpenter and Bell Bell and we are positive that they have no btrup- btrup- btrup- btrup- er while while Guy on and Hill can compare ivorably ivorably ivorably with anything thev thev can show show show even the great ilcLaren ilcLaren ilcLaren Jack Brooks Brooks assistant assistant Tech Tech coach coach saw saw saw Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg plav plav Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse a week ago and he is emphatic in his statement that Tech could beat Pittsburg any time they should happen to hook up up Football Football students students students and of late years there are quite a few of them in this city city city city are of of the flrm flrm opinion that the 1917 Tech team is the best team the aouth aouth aouth has ever seen seen and as as good as any any any team the country ha ha seen in many years years years years comparing with the best of the ast ast ast ast and west for several seasons. seasons. PtttXTeek PtttXTeek PtttXTeek PtttXTeek Gam Gam Gam The Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech Pittaburg-Tech game would be a great great great battle battle We printed the report of a rumor that the teams were to play play play play This was was denied by the Tech authorities trot trot trot this does not prevent us from from conjecture over the outcome if such a game was arranged arranged arranged arranged This rumor will not not down down down either either either despite all denials. denials. Br The rumor carries with ft ft a little more dope as It came to us late late late last last night night Our informant informant went on to say say that a prominent local business man man and- and- a big football fan fan was trying- trying- to get the consent of the Tech authorities for for the game to be played In In New Tork Tork at the Polo Grounds Grounds If granted granted this fan fan fan It is is said said said said has arrangements arrangements arrangements practically completed for for the chartering of a special train to take the Tech team and its supporters to New York for the game. game. Such Such Such a game would be a a big big advertisement for for Atlanta Atlanta for for Tech and for for southern football football football football and if It reaches reaches a really definite definite definite stage we hope that the Tech authorities will permit permit the the trip trip It's It's It's a case case of striking while while the iron Is Is hot. hot. Tech has has put southern football football on the map already already already already but by playing playing and defeating Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg the class class of football played played played in the south would no longer e sneered at. at. Also Also an opportunity for for sending sending as strong a team to the east east again may may may never develop develop Adams Adams Are Star Star of l 9-to-0 9-to-0 9-to-0 9-to-0 9-to-0 9-to-0 Victory Saturday. Saturday. Nashville Nashville Nashville Tenn Tenn October 27 'Relying almost entirely upon straight football Vanderbilt swampefl swampefl the light Howard Howard eleven here this this afternoon 69 to 0 The Held Held Held was a sea of mud mud greatly handicapping the fast backs fronT Birmingham Birmingham Vanderbllt's Vanderbllt's Vanderbllt's Vanderbllt's scoring rep resented resented eleven touchdowns touchdowns touchdowns touchdowns four four of of which were made made made by Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson halfback while. while. while. Adams Adams starting his first game at fallback fallback fallback three times crossed the the the Howard Howard Howard goal line line line line The line-up line-up line-up VANDERBI1.T VANDERBI1.T VANDERBI1.T VANDERBI1.T VANDERBI1.T VANDERBI1.T Pos Pos Pos Pos Lasrfter Lasrfter Lasrfter Lasrfter Lasrfter U U U E. E. E. D T 1 T T McOll McOll McOll McOll McOll 1 G G Early Early Early C C Meenick. Meenick. Meenick. Meenick. Meenick. n. n. n. n. n. n. G G HOWARD HOWARD A. A. Dak Dak Dak Dak Dak Haynes Pttard Pttard Pttard Strickland Strickland Strickland Strickland j Price Carr Carr Klnney Klnney Klnney Klnney Klnney 'Walker 'Walker MeDonald MeDonald MeDonald Jackson Jackson Gibson R- R- R- R- R- T T Hendrlx Hendrlx Hendrlx Hendrlx Hendrlx R. R. R. R. E. E. E. E. E. JVtlhite JVtlhite JVtlhite JVtlhite JVtlhite Q Q B Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson R. R. R. R. H. H. H. B. B. B. B. Schwlll Schwlll Schwlll Schwlll Schwlll L. L. L. L. H. H. H. H. H. B. B. Adam Adam Adam Adam Adam F F B B Scorinf Scorinf Scorinf Scorinf Vanderbilt o o is is is Hotf&d Hotf&d Hotf&d Hotf&d Hotf&d Hotf&d Hotf&d 6 6 0 0 0 0 sKmgry Touchdowns. Touchdowns. Touchdowns. Touchdowns. Richardson Richardson (4) (4) Admins Admins IB3 McGaughey McGaughey McGaughey McGaughey McGaughey substituting substituting substituting for Richardson Richardson (2) (2) (2) (2) Carman Carman Carman Hendrlx Hendrlx goal goal after touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. WSlhlte WSlhlte t R feree. feree. E. E. E. E. Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Vanderbllt Vanderbllt umpire umpire J. J. Jtamllton Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt head head linesman. linesman. Plnson Plnson Van Van derbllt derbllt derbllt derbllt Tim Tim Tim of juried 11 11 minute minute minute minute minute O'Dowd O'Dowd O'Dowd O'Dowd Win Win Win Win Win New New New Yortk Yortk Yortk October 27 Mike O'Dowd. O'Dowd. O'Dowd. of St. St. St. St. Paul. Paul. defeated Jerry Sole Sole of Erie. Erie. Pa- Pa- Pa- In the third round ot ten-round ten-round ten-round ten-round ten-round match In Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn to"night the the latter latter latter seconds throwing throwing up the sponge. sponge. O'Dowd. O'Dowd. O'Dowd. who weighed weighed 5151 pounds to 1 S S for his opponent. opponent. toreJnto Cole Cole Cole from the the start seorjn seorjn seorjn seorjn av av av knock-down knock-down knock-down knock-down knock-down knock-down in the first round and and two in in the second. second. In the third one of OTtowd'a OTtowd'a OTtowd'a OTtowd'a OTtowd'a heavy fclowa fclowa fclowa fclowa ent ent ent Cole through tne rope v T Camp Camp Gordon Gordon Eleven Wins Wins Over Over Camp Hancock 26-0 26-0 26-0 26-0 26-0 26-0 26-0 Vandegraaf Collins Collins Cochran McWhorter and Woodruff Star for the Victors Wickersham Farrell Farrell Flanigan and Lee for the Vanquished. Vanquished. Vanquished. Vanquished. Fair Fair Crowd Is Out. Out. By By Dick Jemlcon. Jemlcon. Jemlcon. Jemlcon. Jemlcon. Jogger Jogger Blcock Blcock Blcock Blcock Blcock s Camp Gordon eleven defeated defeated defeated "Joe" "Joe" Thompsons Thompsons Thompsons Thompsons 110th 110th infantry eleven eleven eleven from Camp Hancock yesterday yesterday yesterday afternoon at Grant field for the the army championship of the southeastern department department by the score of of 2 to 0 The The superiority superiority of the ex-all-south ex-all-south ex-all-south ex-all-south ex-all-south ern stars who composed the Camp Camp Camp Gordon team team over the ex-all-eastern ex-all-eastern ex-all-eastern ex-all-eastern ex-all-eastern ex-all-eastern stars stars stars who who who comprised the Camp Camp Hancock grid crew was marked and only at at at short stages during the game game did the easterners show that they were anywhere anywhere anywhere near near near the equal of the local eleven eleven The local contingent contingent scored their first touchdown in the first first quarter quarter and and for the second and third quarters th th battling was was was fierce and even even In the fourth quarter the Camp Camp Gordon boys seemed seemed seemed to get their econd econd econd wind and ploughed ploughed ploughed through through through the Hancock line for tremendous gains registering1 registering1 registering1 three three touchdown touchdown touchdown In In the summary we relate a few of the line-up line-up line-up changes that that we made made but but in the final quarter Coach Klcock Klcock gave about ten ten mor mor men men men chances to to get into the game game the changes changes happening so so fast that thev thev were hard to to to keep up with with "Kid- "Kid- "Kid- "Kid- "Kid- Speed. Speed. Speed. Speed. It Vp. Vp. Vp. Vp. Vp. Vp. Ih Ih the first first three three quarters quarters the Camp Camp Camp Gordon team did not make much h ad way way and the 7 7 to 0 score score was abo U U the relatHe relatHe relatHe relatHe strenzth strenzth strenzth of the two t ams and this seemed to be about the wav wav the score score would would end end end end But towards towards the -nd -nd -nd -nd of the third quarter Coach Elcock xent xent xent Kid Kid Kid ood- ood- ruff ruff Into the the game game game and the former Red and Black field general took hold of the Camp Gordon team and got it to plav plav some some real football football He speeded Lhe Lhe entire play and the wav they shot through the Hancock line line which had been giving them a lot of trouble all afternoon afternoon was was was a sight sight to see see GM P IQ UIPTflD .m.U.lo .m.U.lo VlblUK Tech High Loses Hard- Hard- Fought Game Game at Milledgeville 14 to 13 Prep Title Involved. Involved. MlHedgevllle MlHedgevllle MlHedgevllle Oa October 27 Spe cial. cial. G M M C. C. had a hairbreadth es cape cape cape from defeat In the game here this afternoon with Tech HL HL HL Score Score G. G. M M M M C- C- C- 14. 14. Tech Tech HI. HI. 18 18 18 18 18 The The game was was was of wonderful wonderful interest to players and spectators spectators spectators as the state state prep championship hung on result. result. result. result. Tech Hi took -what -what -what starch starch there was was was in Q Q Q Q Q M. M. C. C. out In the first first few minutes of of play play play play when when McCord McCord blocked a kick and got the ball ball making a touchdown The score stood't stood't to 0 In favor of Tech HI till the third quarter when by straight football Neville made a touchdown and Collins Collins Collins kicked goal goal for for O O O M. M. C. C. In the last quarter both teams teams were fighting fighting hard hard hard and both scored scored Tech HI first first when Lyle broke through for for a touchdown touchdown and Alexander kicked goal goal G G G G M M C C came hack hack with a vim vim vim pullinga pullinga pullinga pullinga long long end run to near near near goal line and and Buck Cheves Cheves Cheves put the oval across across and Collins kicked goal goal Final score score a M M a. a. 14. 14. Tech Hi. Hi. IS IS IS Neither team is is is exactly satisfied satisfied with the result result and another game will likely be arranged before the season is is over over MacMoore MacMoore MacMoore MacMoore of Georgia Georgia Georgia acted as as referee. referee. referee. referee. Local Eleven Win Win Win Win Win Pretty Game Game by a 14-tr 14-tr 14-tr 0 Score. Score. Columbus Columbus Oa. Oa. Oa. Oa. Oa. Oa. October 27. 27. 27. peclal. peclal. peclal. peclal. By the score score of 14 14 to 0 Boys' Boys' High' High' school. school. Of Of Atlanta/ Atlanta/ Atlanta/ Atlanta/ defeated the High High Industrial eleven eleven here this afternoon in one ot ot the prettiest prettiest prettiest and hardest- hardest- fought fought contests contests ever seen on the local gridiron gridiron The touchdowns touchdowns touchdowns were made by Knox. Knox. right halfback halfback and Nevln Nevln quarter. quarter. The first first first score score was made In the first first quarter quarter when when when Knox Knox ran ran ran forty-fire forty-fire forty-fire forty-fire forty-fire forty-fire forty-fire yards yards yards for for a touchdown touchdown after after after which Captain Captain Albert Staton kicked goat goat goat In the third third third quarter quarter the visitors scored again.- again.- again.- when when Kevin crossed crossed the line after-running after-running after-running after-running after-running after-running after-running after-running five yards. yards. yards. The ball was placed placed on on the the five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard line line by Tlnsley Tlnsley Tlnsley Tlnsley who ran thirty yardfc yardfc following a forward pass. pass. pass. pass. pass. Staton kicked kicked goal again. again. The star of the" the" local team was Left Halfback Campbell Campbell Campbell who who ran for for seventy yards yards yards to to the the visitors' visitors' visitors' visitors' visitors' ten-yard ten-yard ten-yard ten-yard ten-yard line In the third quarter. quarter. When When he was was tackled tackled .he .he fumbled fumbled and and and loat loat loat the ball. ball. It was in the fourth fourth quarter that the big drive on the Hancock front front was was started started and General" General" Woodruff Woodruff massed massed his Vandegraaf-McWhorter Vandegraaf-McWhorter Vandegraaf-McWhorter Vandegraaf-McWhorter Vandegraaf-McWhorter batteries and assaulted assaulted with a barrage as as fierce as as as any of the the the day day The The The Camp Gordon eleven eleven stormed stormed stormed the heights and planted planted planted their flag flag over over the first line trenches trenches trenches trenches In the last last quarter It wa McWhorter McWhorter 6 yard yard yard \andegraaf \andegraaf \andegraaf 8 8 McWhorter McWhorter 12 12 Vandegraaf Vandegraaf Vandegraaf Vandegraaf 10 McWhorter McWhorter McWhorter McWhorter 9 Vande- Vande- graaf graaf 2 2 Mc\\ Mc\\ horter S S \andegraaf \andegraaf \andegraaf \andegraaf \andegraaf 8 right on to a touchdown with the the the operation repeatiiK repeatiiK repeatiiK repeatiiK Itself Itself Itself Itself a a trifle trifle later later FIrrr FIrrr PlunslnR. PlunslnR. PlunslnR. PlunslnR. It wa wa the line plunging of these two back1' back1' back1' back1' that brousht brousht brousht brousht the \ictory \ictory \ictory up to the the the lze that it fmallv fmallv ran up to to In tie tie first quart r-t r-t r-t It was Cochraq Cochraq Cochraq the ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer ex-Mercer star star and n Collins Collins the ex-\and ex-\and ex-\and ex-\and ex-\and star star star star that did the the majority of the gaining gaining gaining Woodruff picked his plavi plavi well and he u ed Little Little Little Vandy and Bob Bob alternately for th remainder remainder remainder remainder of the fourth quarter until th wire wire wire wire wire taken taken taken from the the the the sane sane and sub tltutr sent sent sent in in in in an- an- 'legraaf" 'legraaf" 'legraaf" 'legraaf" 'legraaf" 'legraaf" 'legraaf" drive drive drive was was commented commented commented on by the fnn fnn fnn pTiTally pTiTally pTiTally pTiTally pTiTally pTiTally as as as th th out'tandlng out'tandlng out'tandlng feature of the the the the /orclon /orclon /orclon tcim tcim tcim tcim tcim tcim attack attack Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia supporters supporters supporters supporters and they were many' many' were were were disappointed disappointed disappointed In Bob Bob Mc- Mc- Mc- Mc- Mc- Mc- honor for the first first first three three quirter quirter quirter Fob Fob Fob v\ v\ fljine fljine fljine \eoman \eoman \eoman \eoman \eoman service with with with hO"-t hO"-t hO"-t hO"-t hO"-t hO"-t hO"-t cain" cain" cain" cain" cain" cain" lilt they they wanted to sea sea Bcl Bcl Bcl get get get awav awav on one of his long long T'-intx T'-intx T'-intx T'-intx T'-intx T'-intx tt Ink thev thev thev were were were were still still talking about it Bob Bob swept left left left end end aided aided aided aided by some some good good interf rncp and then dodging and id "tfoplntc "tfoplntc in that famous famous manner o-f o-f o-f o-f hn hn hn hn brought the very cheers Continued Continued on Page 4 Col Col Col Col 1. 1. KID EI0ELD EI0ELD LEADS TRAVELERS Little Rock Signs "Pepper "Pepper Box" Box" to Lead the 1918 Southern League Entry for Them. Them. By By By Henry I.oenrh. I.oenrh. I.oenrh. I.oenrh. I.oenrh. I.oenrh. Little Hock. Hock. Hock. Hock. Hock. Ark. Ark. October 27 Spe cial Norman Elberfeld Elberfeld Elberfeld Elberfeld will manage the Little Hock Hock Travelers Travelers next season season season season President R R O O O O O Allen Allen of of the local club club today announced announced announced that he had made made made terms with the former manager of the Chattanooga Chattanooga Lookouts Lookouts Lookouts Lookouts Lookouts The "Kid. "Kid. "Kid. once the greatest greatest scrapper In the game game but who turned turned turned over a a new leaf last season and called called off his his long battle with with the umpire umpire umpire contingent was was was recently turned adrift adrift by the Chattanooga owners to make room for for Mike Finn Finn who Is to manage the Lookouts next summer summer Elberfeld Elberfeld will be a plai er-manager. er-manager. er-manager. but It is is not expected that he will be regarded as a a regular In In the line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up President Allen expects expects the "Kid" "Kid" t fill fill fill the role of of utility Inflelder Inflelder Inflelder Elberfeld Is the third member of of the Lookouts to come to Little Rock since the close of of last season season season Ham Hyatt Hyatt and and and Fred Graff were were were purchased from the Chattanooga Chattanooga club club The famous famous famous Kid' Kid' Kid' Kid' hns hns a wonderful wonderful record as a ball player player last last last year having een his twenty-fifth consecutive season season in the game game game game He was olng olng good at the turn of of the quarter century mark mark i Clyde \Vares \Vares \Vares \Vares who finished finished finished last last last season season season as manager of of tho Little Rock club club I may be retained retained retained as a player but the. the. odds odds are are In favor favor of his leaving leaving leaving thej club. club. President President Allen Allen Allen may make make make make a deal disposing disposing of of him him him him &ANS &ANS &ANS &ANS AND SAWYER LOSE GOLF MATCH j& j& Newton Mats. Mats. Mats. Mats. Mats. Mats. October 27 Francis Oulmet Oulmet and Jesse Qullford Qullford Qullford Qullford of of Boston Boston Boston Boston defeated Charles G G G G Chick Evans and D D E Sawyer Chicago's Chicago's star pair by 6 6 and 4 over the Brae Brae Burn course here today. today. The match was a patriotic patriotic patriotic ex hibition hibition for the benefit of the Athletic Equipment fund fund at Camp Devens Devens Ayer. Ayer. where Oulmet Oulmet In In a private In the national army army The enthusiasts who made made up the gallery contributed $1.600. $1.600. $1.600. $1.600. $1.600. $1.600. A flash flash of of brilliant golf golf by Oulmet Oulmet Oulmet during the second second nine holes of the morning play play put the eastern golfers golfers golfers six six up at the end of of the first first IS IS holes. holes. holes. holes. Ouimet Ouimet playing the last nine in in 34. 34. eight eight strokes strokes under par. par. par. Evans Evans got splendid distance distance distance off off off the tees tees tees but putted poorly and won won but one hole. hole. Sawyer Sawyer was but little help help help hav hav ing ing trouble keeping keeping keeping his his irons on the On the first first nine of of the afternoon Evans made made a determined stand stand stand and took three holes from the Boston players. 'but 'but 'but 'but the latter were three up up up up at at the twenty-seventh twenty-seventh twenty-seventh twenty-seventh twenty-seventh and finished finished the match when Ouilford Ouilford got a winning winning winning three three at the thirtieth. thirtieth. Oulmet Oulmet another another another atjtha atjtha atjtha atjtha atjtha -thirty-first -thirty-first -thirty-first -thirty-first -thirty-first and and and oth Oulmet Oulmet Oulmet Intercepted Passes Help in the Scoring The Result Boosts Stock of the Yellow Jackets. Jackets. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. October 27 The University of Pittsburg-s Pittsburg-s Pittsburg-s Pittsburg-s Pittsburg-s greaA greaA greaA greaA football machine did not work as smoothly as usual today today today in the game against the University University of of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania but the visitors visitors visitors won won 14 to PltUburg PltUburg PltUburg PltUburg failed failed to show her strength until the third period period Pennsylvania Pennsylvania rallying rallying scored scored a touchdown In the last last few minutes of of play play play play largely largely largely through through through an intercepted forward pass. pass. pass. pass. pass. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania B defeat defeat In the first first period held Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg to spasmodic spasmodic gains gains gains while while by a series of overhead passes and end runs runs the Quakers Quakers approached within within within within ten yards yards yards of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh goal only to lose the ball on an intercepted pass pass In the second period the playing was mostly in Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg territory each each each team indulging indulging in considerable line plunging plunging and repeatedly losing the ball on Intercepted passes passes passes passes In the third period Plttsbure Plttsbure Plttsbure Plttsbure obtaining the ball ball ball on her her her own 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard line on the kick off. off. carried It back by short rune rune and line plunges to Pennsylvania s 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard line line McLaren McLaren McLaren McLaren doing doing most most of the carrying carrying carrying carrying Here the the ball was passed passed to McCarter McCarter for a forward pass pass Poor tackling tackling of of Pennsylvania failed to stop the plav plav and McCarter McCarter McCarter tossed tossed a pretty pass pass to Carlson Carlson Carlson who shot over over over over over the ten ten yards yards yards of territory before before before downed downed downed downed IMttsburg's IMttsburg's IMttsburg's IMttsburg's IMttsburg's IMttsburg's second second touchdown followed when Berry Berry Berry s bunt was was was blocked blocked a Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg player player player falling falling falling falling on the bull bull bull one yard from the goal line line McLaron McLaron easily easily easily carried It over over over over In the final final final period period period both sides resorted largely to the aerial game game Berry tried a fl 0d goal from the 37-yard 37-yard 37-yard line line but failed failed by Inches Inches Inches Inches Later A A Wray Wray Wray Wray Intercepted a forward forward pass pass and planted the ball ball ball on Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 7-yard 7-yard 7-yard line line Three rushes against against Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh heaw heaw line put It across across for Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's only score score Strauss Strauss making making making the touchdown The The line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up PITTSBURG PITTSBURG PITTSBURG PITTSBURG Position Position Position Position Position Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson L. L. L. L. i. i. i. Allshous Allshous Allshous Allshous Allshous U U U T T Sutherland Sutherland I I G Stahl Stahl C. C. Sles Sles R- R- G Seldel Seldel Seldel R R R T R. R. R. R. Allshouse Allshouse Allshouse R R R R E E E M M M Miller Miller Q. Q. B. B. McCarter McCarter McCarter McCarter L. L. H H H H H B B tanterday tanterday tanterday tanterday tanterday R R R R H H H H B McLaren McLaren McLaren r r r B Score by periods periods periods PlttsburR PlttsburR PlttsburR 0 0 0 14 14 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 6 6 Summary Pittsburg scoring scoring scoring Touchdowns. Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson McLaren McLaren coals coals coals from touchdowns Stes Stes (2) (2) Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania scoring scoring Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Strauss. Strauss. Strauss. Strauss. Strauss. Strauss. Strauss. Referee Referee Tufts Tufts Tufts Brown umpire umpire umpire .McCarty .McCarty .McCarty .McCarty German to n academy academy linesman linesman linesman linesman linesman Mertlman Mertlman Mertlman Censvs Censvs Censvs Tim Tim of periods. periods. periods. periods. periods. IS IS IS mlnntes mlnntes mlnntes each. each. Vanglnkle Vanglnkle Vanglnkle Maynard Cook A \Vray \Vray \Vray Dieter Thomas H. H. H. H. Miller L rch LJfht LJfht LJfht LJfht Strauss Strauss Strauss Berry Berry Berry Captain Wortham Scores Only Touchdown Tiger De- De- De- De- fen e Holds Holds Holds Well. Well. Chattanooga Chattanooga Tenn Tenn Tenn Tenn October October 17 8e- 8e- wanee won an exciting game from from Kentucky State State on Andrews Andrews Meld Meld this this afternoon afternoon afternoon afternoon the final final score score being 7 to 0 Captain Captain Captain Bben Bben Bben Wortham Wortham Wortham Wortham Wortham made made the only touchdown touchdown of of the contest and a tie was only averted by the strong strong de fensive fensive tactics of the Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee eleven when Kentucky had the bail bail bail bail on me me five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard five-yard Hne Hne with four four downs downs to make the touchdown touchdown Coach Dan McGugln McGugln McGugln McGugln of of Vanderfcllt Vanderfcllt Vanderfcllt Vanderfcllt Vanderfcllt was a spectator spectator spectator spectator Line-up Line-up Line-up SEWANEE SEWANEE Position Position Position Position KENTUCKY KENTUCKY Cooper Cooper L. L. L. L. L. L. E E C Downlnu Downlnu Downlnu Downlnu Blain. Blain. Blain. Blain. Blain. Blain. L. L. T T Murphree Murphree Mtnter Mtnter Mtnter L. L. L. L. G D D Downing Downing Downing Payne Payne C C .Dempsey .Dempsey .Dempsey .Dempsey Bancker Bancker Bancker Bancker R O O O Brltton Brltton Skldmore Skldmore Skldmore R. R. R. R. T Bastln Bastln Bastln Woodson Woodson R. R. B Heber Lear Lear Q Q B B B Riddle Crudglngton Crudglngton Crudglngton Crudglngton Crudglngton U U U U U H H Tw5Ikw Wortham. Wortham. R. R. R. R. II B B B Wllhenm Wllhenm Harper Harper F. F. F. F. B B Banih Score toy toy periods periods periods Sewanee T T T T 0 T Kentucky 4 4 0 0 Summary Scorinjr by by by Stwanei Stwanei Stwanei Stwanei Stwanei -Touchdown Wortham. Wortham. Goal from touchdown Lear Lear Officials Referee Ftnley Ftnley Ftnley Virginia Virginia Umpire Umpire TUers TUers TUers Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Head Head Head Head lines lines lines lines lines man. man. man. man. Hardaje Hardaje Hardaje Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Time of periods 15 minutes minutes minutes minutes each. each. Valdoita Racet. Racet. Racet. Racet. Valdosta. Valdosta. Valdosta. Oa. Oa. Oa. Oa. October 27 Special. Special. Results today's today's today's races races races Georgia-Florida Georgia-Florida Georgia-Florida First race. race. 2:15 2:15 trot purse $300. $300. $300. Elastic King Russell Russell first Direct Spy Stiles second Comet Hal Russell third time time 2. 2. IS 2.22 2.22 2.22 2.22 2.22 2.22 2.22 2 22. 22. Second race. race. 2.18 2.18 2.18 trot. trot. $300 $300 Helen Brown Russell first Delia Delia B Stiles second Princess Elrose Elrose Elrose Elrose third time. time. 2:24. 2:24. 2:24. 2:24. 3.M. 3.M. 3.M. 3.M. 3.M. 3.M. 2-23 2-23 2-23 2-23 2-23 2-23 Third race 2:12 2:12 2:12 2:12 t Stedmore Stedmore Stedmore Russell Russell first first Sir Tatton trot trot purse purse purse $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. Stiles second Sammy R Russell Russell thlrdr times 2:2 2:2 2.23. 2.23. 2.23. 2.23. 2.23. 2-28. 2-28. 2-28. 2-28. 2-28. 2-28. 2-28. and Qullford Qullford Qullford B's B's B's for a a victory victory at the thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV thlrty-MconoV While While While While the Chicago players players players excelled off th tees tees the Boston Boston pair played played played a much much better short short short game game especially Oulmet Oulmet whose chip shot shot and putt putt putt were deadly. deadly. deadly. deadly. deadly. Grand Circuit Season &ser &ser Was Best injts injts injts injts injts injts History History of Organization Since Its Start in 1874 Is Reviewed Opening of Tracks Tracks Tracks Tracks Throughout Country and Establishment of Records Are Related Atlanta Youngest Member. Member. The forty-fotirth forty-fotirth forty-fotirth forty-fotirth forty-fotirth forty-fotirth forty-fotirth renewal renewal renewal renewal of of the Grand Grand Circuit series series of light harness races races races closed closed at Atlanta. Atlanta. Ga. Ga. Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. Saturday. October 20 20 Al o in the last race on the last day of the meeting Miss Miss Miss Harris M M M reduced her record to two minutes minutes and at the same time paced the fastest mile of of the year year The fastest heat trotted in 1917 1917 was was was also placed on record at the Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle Grand Circuit meeting when when -it -it -it -it Frisco Frisco Frisco Frisco won from Mabel Trask in 2 01 The trip down the line line line line this year has been one of the most brilliant ever recorded recorded from the fact fact that none of the horses outclassed outclassed their competitors so as as to make a sweep In the early closing -events -events -events -events -events while while the din din din din set set by th winners has resulted in the records In about all of of the split heat races up to seven heats being being reduced not only once once but several times times The young- young- eral of of the two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds two-year-olds belnjr belnjr very high class class class class while in the three-year-old three-year-old three-year-old three-year-old division division division division two fillies fillies fillies reduced reduced the time record as well well as the race record for totals totals of that age age Organized In l&n. l&n. l&n. l&n. l&n. l&n. l&n. The plan for a series series of meetings meetings meetings on mile tracks tracks was first first discussed discussed discussed discussed at the residence residence residence residence residence of Colonel \\llliam \\llliam \\llliam \\llliam \\llliam Edwards in Cleveland Cleveland in 1871. 1871. 1871. 1871. 1871. 1871. by John Tod Tod the president of of the the Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland club club E- E- E- E- A A Buck Buck of Buffalo Buffalo N 1 .and .and L. L. L. L. J Powers of Springfield Springfield Mass Mass Mass Mass This was the year that the old Cleveland track In Qlenville Qlenville Qlenville was was opened opened At that time time Buffalo was also very prominent In light light harness harness racing racing as it had jtiven jtiven jtiven a J40000 J40000 J40000 J40000 meeting meeting In 1870. 1870. 1870. 1870. a JoO 000 meeting In 1871 1871 and followed it with a $60000 $60000 $60000 four-day four-day four-day meeting in 18 Nothing Nothing Nothing was was done in 171 171 171 171 171 on account of the long ship ship ship from Buffalo to Springfield Springfield In T872 T872 T872 while at the Buf Buf falo meeting meeting Colonel Colonel \\llliam \\llliam \\llliam Awards and I J Powers Powers were were were the the guests guests guests of i. i. A A Buck Buck One evening evening he Introduced C C Hutchlnson Hutchlnson Hutchlnson Hutchlnson Hutchlnson president of an as sociation sociation sociation which had built a mile track TOBAMPEJE Camp Gordon Champ Heads Splendid Card at Broad Street Boxing Club on Tuesday. Tuesday. Indications Indications are that Pete Pete Shaugh- Shaugh- nessy nessy will have to spring spring every trick In his catalogue catalogue catalogue If If he gets gets a decision over Soldlep Soldlep Soldlep Soldlep Lamar next Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday night In the main bout of of the the excellent fight card card arranged by Tommy O'Nell O'Nell O'Nell for for McMillan's McMillan's McMillan's McMillan's fight fight club on Broad street. street. street. street. That That That Lamar is is is no flivver flivver Is Is Is certain for for his record is a brilliant brilliant brilliant one one As As the the claimant claimant claimant of of the the the welterweight championship championship of of the army army he he ha proven his merit by meeting and lick- lick- Ing Ing Ing many boxers of of first rank. rank. When he was was was with Pershlng Pershlng on the border and In Mexico Mexico Mexico he ent ent ent all the boys to to dreamland dreamland dreamland who tackled him. him. Stripped for action action action he is a beautiful specimen of of physical manhood manhood manhood and he is as as active as a panther panther panther on his his feet. feet. feet. feet. Men who have seen him him work out at Camp Gordon declare declare declare declare he has has has a a world of of class class and that that he he will certainly give Pete Shaughnessy Shaughnessy Shaughnessy Shaughnessy all he is looking for for for for The eight-round eight-round eight-round seml-wlndup seml-wlndup seml-wlndup seml-wlndup seml-wlndup seml-wlndup of the fight fight program will bring together Battling Ellis and Kid Carter Carter This This ehould ehould be a corking corking corking corking corking battle battle battle battle and It will will give an opportunity to see how -Carter -Carter will will stack stack stack up In a meeting with a fighter The scrap between Touns Touns Brltt Brltt Brltt and and Kid Sober Sober will be another nifty argument. Sober Sober surprised surprised the fans fans the other night by beatlne beatlne Bud Conley. Conley. and If he also beats Young Brltt Brltt he will have have a reputation sure sure enough. enough. A four-round four-round four-round bout between Kid Levy and Kid Bear will will open "the "the proceedings Princeton Princeton Informal. Informal. Informal. Informal. Informal. Informal. Win. Win. Win. Win. Win. Princeton Princeton N. N. JM JM JM JM October IT. IT. A Atty forward forward forward pass pass within within within the first first two minutes minutes of play play play paved the way for a vlctorr by the Princeton "informal" eleven over the the S07th S07th field artillery. artillery. artillery. Camp Dlx. Dlx. Dlx. Dlx. here today 7 to 0 On the second play after the kickoff. strulln strulln strulln strulln strulln strulln Tiger quarterback quarterback threw the ball ball to Wlnn. Wlnn. Wlnn. Wlnn. who advanced It to within fifteen yards yards yards of of the the goal line line The soldiers gained possession of the the the ball ball when a forward forward forward pass wai wai grounded grounded behind the goaj goaj goaj goaj goaj line line but but but a minute later Keck rushed rushed rushed the- the- the- the- ball over for for a touchdown touchdown by recovering recovering a fumble fumble Strnbllng Strnbllng Strnbllng kicked the the groaK Cornell Cornell Cornell 2Oj 2Oj 2Oj Bmekaell Bmekaell Bmekaell Bmekaell 0. 0. 0. Ithaca Ithaca N. N. T T T October 27 The reorganized Cornell football team found itself today and In the belt belt exhibition exhibition exhibition exhibition the the the Bed Bed Bed Bed Bed eleven has given this this this year. year. Butfknell Butfknell Butfknell was was was deefated deefated JO- JO- JO- to 0. 0. The The The The The Ithacans Ithacans had the the ball on on the visitors' visitors' two-yard two-yard two-yard two-yard two-yard two-yard line line -when -when -when -when time was calLfil. calLfil. calLfil. calLfil. Hoffman made all all tnree tnree tnree touchjUwns- touchjUwns- Vnd Pendleton kicked-two kicked-two kicked-two ot ot ot re- re- nltant nltant nltant nltant foalj. foalj. foalj. at Utlca Utlca Utlca Before they separated separated the foundation was was laid for for what was afterwards known as the Grand Grand Quadrilateral Trotting combination combination combination It gave Its Its first first series series series series -of -of -of -of meetings on consecutive weeks In 1873 1873 1873 1873 The stewards stewards for for that year year year were were John Tod Tod Tod Tod for Cleveland E E A A Buck Buck Buck Buck for for Buffalo Buffalo E E Z. Z. Z. Z. right right for Utica Utica and I J J Powers Powers for for Springfield Springfield Springfield The circuit circuit opened at Cleveland July 29 and closed at Springfield August 22. 22. 22. 22. the premiums for for the four four meetings amounting amounting amounting to 1166,300. 1166,300. 1166,300. 1166,300. 1166,300. 1166,300. 1166,300. In 1874 1874 the stewards stewards met at Utlca. Utlca. Utlca. Utlca. Dates Dates were were were selected and the program program program announced announced but but before'the before'the bell rang it was learned that Rochester had decided to open its new mile track the the same same week as as the Utica Utica meeting meeting The clash injured both meetings meetings meetings meetings In 1S7S 1S7S 1S7S Rochester and and Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle where a mile mile track had ben ben ben ben built the preceding year year became members. members. members. members. the name being changed changed changed to the Central Central Central Trotting Trotting Circuit. Circuit. The change resulted resulted In In another clash on account of PougbVeepsie PougbVeepsie PougbVeepsie selecting the same dates as Buffalo and In order to secure secure entries entries the Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsle association association cut the en trance to 5 5 per cent cent This was the first first time that such a low low entrance fee had ever ever ever ever ever been heard of. of. the the rate rate rate being being being 10 per cent of of purse purse purse and It remained at that figure figure until 1892. 1892. when when it was was re duced to 5 5 5 per cent to- to- to- enter and 5 5 per cent additional from from money winners winners Charter Charter Oak Admitted. Admitted. Charter Charter Oak Park Park at Hartford was was opened opened in 1874. 1874. with a $30000 $30000 $30000 $30000 $30000 meeting meeting meeting meeting It was admitted to the circuit In In In 1876 1876 and Is still still a member member member member That year the board of stewards stewards stewards stewards met at Rochester and were were were Incited Incited to hold their future meetings meetings in that city city This This This was was was continued for twenty twenty twenty years years years years There are many pleasant memories memories connected connected connected connected with thofe thofe meetings meetings meetings at which which which the Io\e Io\e Io\e Io\e Io\e Io\e Io\e for a a a good horse horse and the purely American Continued on Page S S Col. Col. 2. 2. Mississippi Aggies Hold Donahues to Two Two Touch Touch Touch Touch Touch downs and Cross Their Goal Goal Line Line Once. Once. Birmingham Birmingham Ala. Ala. October 27 Au burn won a fiercely fiercely contested battle battle from from Mississippi A. A. M. M. M. M. M. M. here this afternoon afternoon 13 to 6 The Plainsmen showed showed superiority throughout throughout throughout and and and although their pla pla was erratic at times times times flashes flashes of of prowess could could easily easily be seen in the Donahue machine. machine. machine. machine. The The The The The Aggies Aggies Aggies scored a touchdown In In the first first period when Left Tackle Hor- Hor- Hor- Hor- Hor- Hor- ton recovered recovered a fumble fumble on his 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard line and raced 95 95 95 yards yards for a touchdown The Aggies Aggies threatened again In the final period when three forward passes passes coupled with a 25-yard 25-yard 25-yard run by Bobo Bobo placedthe ball on the Auburn yard lift The game ended here. here. Auburn scored In the second period on straight football. football. Revlngton Revlngton and Ducote Ducote Ducote doing the bulk bulk of the work. work. The second second touchdown followed followed a a blocked punt. punt. punt. Ducote Ducote kicked troau troau troau troau troau Fullback Fullback Fullback McBrlde. McBrlde. McBrlde. McBrlde. of the Aggie Aggie Aggie Aggie suffered a broken right leg in th first period. period. The forward pass was tried repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly bv bv each side side side the Aggies Aggies having the greater success. success. BODOB broken field running featured. featured. featured. featured. AUBURN UK Position Position MISS MISS t t Styles Left Left End End Henley Henley Cat n Left Left Left Left Tackle Tackle Morris Morris Morris Bliemor. Bliemor. Bliemor. Bliemor. Left Guard Guard Kelly Rogers Rogers Center Center Hu"5 Hu"5 W r n Rl ht Guard Guard Guard Oswald Bonn.r Bonn.r Bonn.r Bonn.r .Right .Right .Right .Right Tackle. Tackle. Horton Gibson Gibson Gibson Gibson Gibson RiKht RiKht RiKht End End f. f. 5obln Ducot Ducot Ducot Quarterback. Quarterback. Quarterback. Howell Howell Donahue .Left .Left Halfback. Halfback. McWIlllams McWIlllams Trapp Trapp Trapp Rlht Rlht Halfback. Halfback. Halfback. Bob C pt Revlnrton Revlnrton Revlnrton Revlnrton Fallback Fallback Fallback Fallback McBrlde McBrlde 8cor 8cor 8cor by periods MlMlMippt MlMlMippt J Auburn Auburn 7 0 11 11 Auburn scoring- scoring- Touchdown. Touchdown. Roblnwm Roblnwm ratMtltutlnr ratMtltutlnr ratMtltutlnr ratMtltutlnr for DncoU DncoU DncoU Rrlngton Rrlngton Rrlngton coat coat coat coat from touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. Ducote. Ducote. Mississippi Mississippi scoring Touchdown. Touchdown. Horton. Horton. Horton. Rtferee. Rtferee. Rtferee. Rtferee. Rtferee. Rtferee. Thoma Thoma Thoma Thoma Perdue Perdue -umpire -umpire -umpire -umpire Co a- a- elman elman elman V. V. P P I )5 )5 head linesman. linesman. linesman. Watklni Watklni Watklni Watklni Sewaoet Sewaoet Sewaoet Sewaoet Time ot ot periods. periods. periods. periods. 1IV4 minute minute minute each. each. Illinois Illinois Illinois ST Urbana Urbana 111- 111- 111- 111- October 27. 27. in a game which which which started started as as a puntlnff puntlnff duel and ended in a forward forward passing passing contest. contest. Purdue was defeated by the University University ot ot Illinois here today. today. 27 to 0. 0. In the third quarter quarter Illinois Illinois started the series series series of forward forward passes passes passes that won them the game game game A tiraddy..fleld tiraddy..fleld rendered Coach O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's O/Donnell's hlft hlft plays useless useless useless for Purdue. Purdue. 38 38 V. V. P. P. I.'T. I.'T. Charlotte. Charlotte. Charlotte. Charlotte. N. N. C. C. October 27. 27. Davld- Davld- aon aon college- college- proved too strong for the Virginia Virginia Ullltary Ullltary institute cadets here tod and won 13 13 to 7 The The Leilng- Leilng- Leilng- Leilng- Leilng- Leilng- m played played hard but was neither resist resist resist th tin tin plunges of the on back field field nor to withstand withstand withstand forward passes. passes. Commodores Meet Golden Golden Tornado Tornado Tornado Here Here Saturday Saturday Teams Resume Resume Resume Relations Relations Relations After Seven Years Years Lapse. Lapse. Lapse. The The Jackets Have Never Never Beaten Beaten Vanderbilt Eleven Eleven Eleven By By Hal Hal After a lapse of seven years Vanderbilt and Tech will will resume relations on the football football football field field Saturday Saturday when when Coach McGugln McGugln will will lead the Commodores against against against Coach HeismaiPa HeismaiPa HeismaiPa HeismaiPa HeismaiPa Justly Justly Justly celebrated Golden Golden Tornado. Tornado. Vander Vander Vander Vander bllt bllt has has has has has always held an enviable reputation among southern teams for turn- turn- turn- turn- Ing out great elevens while while while in in in in the past past few years the Yellow Jackets have advanced at such a rate as not only fo fo startle the southland southland but also the re maining maining maining maining parts parts of the compass. compass. Including the.effete the.effete the.effete the.effete east. east. The clans clans of McGugln McGugln McGugln and and Helsman Helsman have clashed on three occasions on the the football field and and and three three times times times the the the Ten- Ten- Ten- nesseans nesseans have succeeded succeeded In taking taking home the remains of the Yellow Yellow Jacket Jacket Jacket Jacket Jacket hive. hive. None of the games were even close close close Vandy being being being so overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly powerful that the result result was never in. in. doubt. doubt. Previous Sleeting Sleeting Sleeting Sleeting Sleeting The first first first time Tech and and and Vandy clashed was back back In the dim ages when the southern championship was automat- automat- I ically awarded 40 40 40 the Isashvllle Isashvllle team before the first game" game" of of the season season was plaved plaved plaved plaved plaved In other other words words in the days of the Blakes. Blakes. Browns and other equally equally 'famous 'famous stars that have gone tlown in southern football history history as wonders. wonders. The score score score of of the initial meeting showed Vanderbllt Vanderbllt on the long long end of a 39 39 to 6 count. count. The two teams hooVJM hooVJM up again in 1906. 1906. the year that YJFugln YJFugln YJFugln YJFugln produced produced what many many think tn -greatest -greatest -greatest -greatest team team team that that has has ever ever ever been molded In the south. south. south. south. It is is needless needless needless needless to say say say that that Vandy Vandy again swamped the locals locals locals the the score score fcelnr fcelnr 54 54 to 0 The last time Saturday's Saturday's opponents met met was seven years ago when the Tennesseans Tennesseans again shattered Heisman'B Heisman'B Heisman'B Heisman'B Heisman'B Heisman'B team by by a core core core of 23 23 23 to to 0 A few weeks weeks weeks previous to the meeting- meeting- Vandy Vandy had played Yale a 0-0 0-0 tie and Tech's Tech's hopes hopes were soaring high at the end of the first half half when when when neither neither team team team team had had yet yet scored scored scored scored scored Ray Ray 'Morrison 'Morrison 'Morrison 'Morrison broke loose loose loose in the second half half half .however .however .however and again Tech was beaten. beaten. beaten. beaten. Anbnrn Anbnrn Anbnrn on Cre t. t. The two years following following the 23 to 0 0 0 defeat of Tech Tech Tech by by Vandy. Vandy. Vandy. the Commodores produced produced two more wonderful wonderful machines. machines. However. However. In 1912. 1912. after a lapse lapse of of of of some years years years Vandy ran afoul of. of. of. of. the Auburn Plainsmen Plainsmen in Birming Birming Birming ham and were were were were held to a a a 7 to 7 tie. tie. after all the dope had had had pointed pointed to a Vanderbilt victory. victory. victory. This game game marked the turning point point point point In In the fortunes of of Vanderbilt and and and the the ascension of a new power to the throne of monarch of the football field In the south in the shape of Mike Donahue Donahue Donahue s Plainsmen who who held sway until dethroned by Tech. Tech. Since the tie tie tie game with Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Vanderbllt's Vanderbllt's Vanderbllt's glory glory has faded faded faded rapidly rapidly this not" not" not" not" not" not" being due entirely to weak weak team1' team1' team1' team1' team1' but to the great improvement improvement in the game among other other southern colleges So It Is seen that Tech has quite quite quite a a a few few old scores scores scores to settle with Vandy -Saturday -Saturday and the chances are very favorable that they will be be settled to the fullest fullest extent. extent. Vandy Vandy is coming with an Inexperienced team team while Tech Is Is represented represented by not .only .only .only .only .only the best team In the south but by possibly possibly possibly the best best team team on the football football map today. today. I So overwhelmingly overwhelmingly does the dope point to a Tech victory by a. a. large large score that it is almost useless to to compare the records of of the the two teams this this season. season. Tech's Tech's Tech's Tech's great great great showing showing showing against against against Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and Washington Washington Washington and Lee Lee Lee shows shows the the strength strength strength of the locals' locals' locals' locals' locals' locals' locals' at tack tack while Vanderfcllt's Vanderfcllt's Vanderfcllt's Vanderfcllt's Vanderfcllt's Vanderfcllt's showinc showinc showinc showinc against Chicago and and Kentucky state. state. state. state. state. state. who who was was was beaten orssp .5 .5 to 0 was as weak us us us Tech's Tech's Is stfStig. stfStig. stfStig. stfStig. I Tfce Tfce Tfce Tfce Sc ref The question arising In the football football fan's- fan's- fan's- fan's- fan's- fan's- mind Is not whether Tech will win. win. but whether or not the Golden. Golden. Tornado will be able to better Chicago's 48 points against McGugin'a McGugin'a McGugin'a McGugin'a men/ men/ men/ Tech has already already shown Its superiority -over -over the game as as played In the east east by the decisive decisive triumph over Penn Penn and and it Is believed believed believed that Helsman Helsman Helsman wilt wilt wilt endeavor not to let his his team suffer suffer In comparison comparison with western football football football by not bettering bettering the Chicago Chicago Chicago scor scor scor It was was thought at'one at'one time tfc tfc Tech had an off day yesterday SsBF tti Golden Tornado would b able/ able/ able/ to whfLT at Its best against against the Commodores Commodores Commodores but It now appears that such such will will not not be the rase. rase. rase. rase. In Friday's Friday's scrimmage. scrimmage. Pup Phillips Phillips received a twisted twisted twisted knee knee necessitating necessitating the the use of crutches when he he gets around. around. It is very doubtful If If he will will round to tn tn time for Vandy. Vandy. On Friday also. also. Albert Rill Rill bursted open open the injury to his shoulder that was well well well on on the -way -way -way to recovery. recovery. recovery. HV HV HV HV HV will not be aole aole to do any scrimmage work tnis week and he also- also- may be lost lost to the- the- team team in in this week's week's frame. frame. frame. frame. frame. While While While the loss of these two two .stars .stars .stars .stars .stars -V- -V- wlll wlll cripple Tech considerably there Is" Is" Is" some consolation In the fact that Strup-y Strup-y Strup-y Strup-y per. per. after a a week week week s s visit to hla hla home home home gr has has returned with his ankle in good good trim. trim. He He played only a little little little over a a quarter against the Generals last last week and. and. and. with a week's week's workout should-to should-to should-to able to jtlve jtlve jtlve the Vanderbllt Vanderbllt team pUrtty pUrtty pUrtty pUrtty of of trouble trouble i1 Piedmont Piedmont 19 Riversitkfs Riversitkfs Deraorest Ga. Ga. October 17. 17. (3 (3 Riverside Riverside Riverside waa waa defeated today by mont mont mont mont II II to 0. 0. f h c" c" t f"i.Vol f"i.Vol T. T. No No 135 135 .e'.ted .e'.ted Pn" Pn" ATLANT ATLANT ATLANT GA GA SUND Y MORNING' MORNING' OCTOBER 28 1917 1917 Th 'lI 'lI d4rd. d4rd. .IU'e .IU'e .lI .lI ri.n. ri.n. .nt .nt .nfl..rR .nfl..rR p".IHI.n. p".IHI.n. nall7 .d .d .d .d S Jt' Jt' .lel .lel I.ip I.ip .e' .e' nn 's 's Sh.OWing'T7e. Sh.OWing'T7e. Sh.OWing'T7e. C h. h. 'S"Ranking 'S"Ranking 0' 0' .o. .o. d O. O. .n .n E.Z E.Z ve.n. ve.n. .p..e. .p..e. "W. "W. J. J. .s. .s. t..s. t..s. .r. .r. u. u. BOQst-s BOQst-s BOQst-s For Year e I' I' e-- e-- InDope DEDICA TION OFCAMP or jdeai.B jdeai.B gadiei' gadiei' cantonment.\ cantonment.\ V I S how i n g T.cb's T.cb's T.cb's T.cb's g t g tieI h' h' 1 how-I how-I how-I I dthis I ment Tlle i the per. per. Gu-on Gu-on Gu-on Gu-on II 1 I e 't 't u etr h n..ds f a Pttt.- Pttt.- Ga outcome-It outcome-It outcome-It 1:1' 1:1' 'f 'f tteb n b 1 tf sa ftl Groun h s practlcaJly-ootn1lleted practlcaJly-ootn1lleted practlcaJly-ootn1lleted practlcaJly-ootn1lleted I 1 f staget II wI i I I ma 1 1 i roa erl sO lt u p I l VANDERBilT SWAMPS LIGHT LIGHT HOWARD HOWARD ELEVEN ELEVEN 4. 4. ardoD flJ 7. 7. swampe O. O. O. O. r c s g h Hta I 1 h o J Davea. Davea. Davea. Davea. 1. 1. L. L. L. L. I" I" .J. .J. CarmaD- CarmaD- CarmaD- D. D. D. D. alker alker .Kc .Kc oft&ld oft&ld .GIJ .GIJ .oD .oD U U I-U I-U I-U I-U I-U I-U I-U 0 0 Adana"d it fra't1JChd fra't1JChd C reD re jitVae bll e.J e.J m .A. .A. Y Oct ber J7---Ylke J7---Ylke J7---Ylke J7---Ylke J7---Ylke J7---Ylke 'R 'R E fe. fe. 8taJ Ulte di rJer u d .Iecon.s.throwtn .Iecon.s.throwtn i JJr 1f u g .i .i sDOi-h"fOo sDOi-h"fOo sDOi-h"fOo sDOi-h"fOo t. t. 'f 'f t.'tore\.mto t.'tore\.mto t.'tore\.mto t.'tore\.mto .Coe11rou .Coe11rou \z'knock.d \z'knock.d \z'knock.d 'In 'In .thedl'llt. .thedl'llt. itw eeond.tn.thethtrd'.one eeond.tn.thethtrd'.one lS' lS' 'OVO'DoW'd'.iJbe&T 'OVO'DoW'd'.iJbe&T 1Li Ele en I CO I i i "Jogg "Jogg r" r" 26 O. O. O. O. erE' erE' l al I I c ange I I ere I I h"ad- h"ad- h"ad- h"ad- h"ad- h"ad- I t"am t"am I th Wood- Wood- way BY lONE POINT G. G. M. M. C.IS C.IS VICTOR VICTOR 13-Prep 13-Prep 13-Prep GL. GL. GL. GL. 1.-Spe- 1.-Spe- 1.-Spe- 1.-Spe- 1.-Spe- 1.-Spe- cla1.--O. cla1.--O. cla1.--O. cla1.--O. cla1.--O. cla1.--O. cla1.--O. n- n- n- n- 14 n o e b in tt g Tfr I ttll g e d en G.J.t.c. G.J.t.c. G. G. G. G. c. c. 'Ttbbe 'Ttbbe r r tf BOYS' BOYS' HIGKMOWNS HIGKMOWNS 'COlUMBUS 'COlUMBUS ELEVEN 14-to-O 14-to-O 14-to-O 14-to-O 14-to-O 14-to-O 14-to-O I 1 O. O. O. O. j If' If' 1 T e I W'ereim&de W'ereim&de W'ereim&de I and. and. Ne. Ne. V. V. In. In. a' a' C&fJal C&fJal fb rltai I\t'e. I\t'e. I\t'e. I\t'e. hors IIcoredaauu.when'Nevin IIcoredaauu.when'Nevin 9n\he 9n\he 9n\he who.r.n who.r.n thtrt7yar41. thtrt7yar41. go .a .a 'ott't 'ott't jocafteam -u1.t.ett -u1.t.ett -u1.t.ett -u1.t.ett Jhl /l.ekC&m /l.ekC&m /l.ekC&m elJ honD lIJie' lIJie' thfrdquarter. thfrdquarter. 'j 'j l 7' 7' 1 y 'u 'u H ncock General as ulted wall wall 1 10. 10. 9. 9. Mc\\'hotter Mc\\'hotter Mc\\'hotter Mc\\'hotter Mc\\'hotter I. I. I. I. I OP-'I OP-'I OP-'I OP-'I FI. FI. PluD lna h Iln I tW sl e quartl"TII quartl"TII quartl"TII wa 'ilsoll 'ilsoll 'ilsoll 'ilsoll 'aJnl 'aJnl pIa u"t'd u"t'd u"t'd "nnd "nnd th. th. th. qu rt..r rt..r th..y th..y th..y rom SYb"tltut"s SYb"tltut"s SYb"tltut"s Van- Van- Van- Van- Van- thf Y w..re' w..re' man 1 \\'hortl'r \\'hortl'r \\'hortl'r \\'hortl'r \\'hortl'r I \\'a \\'a \\'a \\'a I 1011t' 1011t' a 'ay 'ay o .r .r \nt" \nt" \nt" I While I ppt i intf'rr"n'ncl' intf'rr"n'ncl' intf'rr"n'ncl' intf'rr"n'ncl' "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- "irI.-"tf'Dpln- 0. 0. that his supporter supporter were wanting to let 100M 100M by covering 40 yard yard of t..r- t..r- t..r- t..r- rltor h..fore h..fore h..fore brouRht brouRht to earth. earth. Then he and Vandt'lraaf Vandt'lraaf Vandt'lraaf carried It to within I .1 .1 I I I IRA VElERS He. He. 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- 7.-Spe- clal.-Norman clal.-Norman clal.-Norman clal.-Norman clal.-Norman -he -he ok pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger pla'er-man&ger eX ectll li li li li ocklnce 1 -been -been twen-I twen-I twen-I I I II the i a1 de l MATCH' MATCH' ton. ton. Z1.-FraDclal Z1.-FraDclal Z1.-FraDclal Z1.-FraDclal Ju e i 4s re hec ceg r t u rhe I t n t n'fi n'fi lt \I \I \It \It I I rf t t I' I' -h -h pr e I t 1.00'1 I I I loulmet C und r I' I' awyerwal but..lIttte but..lIttte but..lIttte but..lIttte but..lIttte Ilnp hls'lrons'.ontbe hls'lrons'.ontbe be. be. be. be. I I. I. theatternoon t eh .PlaY-I. .PlaY-I. .PlaY-I. or tc e ii thlttr..tlrltaD thlttr..tlrltaD o.ul o.ul PENN. PENN. HOLDS PITT. PITT. TO CLOSE SCORE SCORE 27.-The 27.-The 27.-The 27.-The game wolf. wolf. S. S. S. S. .howher .howher interct ted I P I J I I S8 rJ st\ st\ e I e ue o er II i lo. lo. ing I kick-oft. kick-oft. kick-oft. kick-oft. kick-oft. 1 ba.UI ba.UI I forward' forward' Penn y1vanla I I i lon I Ie gil d t o e eg arJW I I PE'Io"N. PE'Io"N. PE'Io"N. PE'Io"N. V. V. L G. G. A. A. A. I ho .ii .ii m 1:11. 1:11. 1:11. Lerch Lerch I 1"lcLaren. 1"lcLaren. 1"lcLaren. I 0--14 0--14 0--14 0--14 0--14 0 0 0 1- 1- 1- 1- SUmmAry-Pittsburl SUmmAry-Pittsburl SUmmAry-Pittsburl SUmmAry-Pittsburl SUmmAry-Pittsburl I 81. 81. I Oermanto1l'n Oermanto1l'n Oermanto1l'n enna. enna. I SEWANEE SEWANEE WINS WINS WINS CLOSE I GAME GAME fROM KENTUCKY KENTUCKY I I Cap. Cap. ta1 Touchdown-Tigert' Touchdown-Tigert' Touchdown-Tigert' Touchdown-Tigert' Touchdown-Tigert' Touchdown-Tigert' j. j. fe le 27.-Sean I O. O. O. O. i I .al .al only&verted only&verted de- de- t e e n ontne Co per. per. .C. .C. G- G- G- G- R. R. r i. i. .JU .JU .Walker .Walker H. H. H. H. .B.u'h .B.u'h b7perto e e --1 --1 --1 --1 --1 0--0 0--0 0--0 Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr Sammal'7-8cortD.lr OftlclalReferee. OftlclalReferee. OftlclalReferee. OftlclalReferee. OftlclalReferee. .ac .ac .ac I. I. V ldo.ttl ldo.ttl R cu. cu. 21.- 21.- 8 eeiaL I r.r. r.r. I" I" to" to" G. G. u ftl .cR .cR e1\ e1\ t l e Jr tElaa stUe. stUe. .eco .eco d C met .11&1 .11&1 .11&1 RuslItf thlrd.tfme thlrd.tfme 2.18. 2.18. 2.18. 2.18. 2.18. Z. Z. r nd'Ir nd'Ir el 5 1 r U \l \l ele m I ll:2 ll:2 c fl Thlrdrace.St Thlrdrace.St e lt c 1f nlr. nlr. I thlrtT. thlrtT. CODd.- CODd.- ncell d ff thtr'te..th. thtr'te..th. afr' afr' I. I. elpect&lIy.j elpect&lIy.j Oulmet'whouchlp. Oulmet'whouchlp. .hotsand .hotsand .re .re -I -I 'p" 'p" 7 10. 10. 0 -c -c i o 'i 'i I I I I viewed-Opening viewed-Opening viewed-Opening ted-Atlanta ted-Atlanta ted-Atlanta Allto Allto Har-I Har-I Har-I I. I. l I w en I 2:01 2:01 r d f h hemt t bt il n i I competlto. competlto. rl I I. I. C'lo C'lo lng thl' thl' thl' /lterll /lterll /lterll have also been "ery "ery "ery bus se\- se\- se\- se\- ral dl t 0 fora I I b -the- -the- X. X. X. X. Y. Y. Y. Y. and J. J. ver a O.OOO O.OOO O.OOO O.OOO ei cfoJn f Wd I t \t \t ri hgefitd.g hgefitd.g I lff12 f le tf O BU I Col nel Edwards J. J. pow rs E. E. 'W. 'W. 'W. as- as- I SOLDIER LAMAR 10 10 BA TILE PETE Br ad O'N O'N 1l arm ha. ha. ha. be&uU-1 be&uU-1 be&uU-1 be&uU-1 IIPeclm. IIPeclm. en I out'at out'at and.that and.that 11 tlho ld ot ot clUI. clUI. clUI. clUI. nItt the' the' n h lsbl b :1 :1 ln/ou ln/ou ln/ou dB IV b tween LeV 1 J. J. J'l.-A J'l.-A J'l.-A J'l.-A J'l.-A J'l.-A J'l.-A th y. y. aer 1To rth t 387bn d tig rbeC nfi a etfe k1c wlthtnftfteen Ir. Ir. Tl r r d e. e. th .a .a goal goal tJ" tJ" J 1 J7t.orr t and'.lnthe and'.lnthe b lt elnen.'has. elnen.'has. J Itha.canahac1theba.ll Itha.canahac1theba.ll Itha.canahac1theba.ll th 'V 'V SI rl' rl' tlmewu cal noftmanmade touch wnlll wnlll DeS. DeS. kfcke -two -two r..1 .ult& .ult& t I'O I'O i c 'ii.p 'ii.p 'f'c 'f'c r 'Pf 'Pf a lapel 1. 1. J. J. 9 betore betore .the .the .the n ire I s en nJ os& en- en- en- en- f ot.the ot.the re- re- mone 'Uartfod. 'Uartfod. t clt con- con- THE PLAINSMEN HAVE TOUCRCAME TOUCRCAME TOUCRCAME AggiesHold 7.-Au- 7.-Au- 7.-Au- 7.-Au- 7.-Au- 7.-Au- 7.-Au- I to 6. 6. pr 'Wes 'Wes tou down .ain .ain I3 tls I f e 'b 'b n h a JJ1 i ya l 80 l eth n 0 reperlod an. an. d kt ked d roro htp I e fll g ater Bob.o'aj Bob.o'aj The line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up I (1S (1S (1S (1S Caun Caun Guard..J. Hurst Hurst "Warrln "Warrln .Rlcht .Rlcht I .RI .RI ht Robins VCWIllIa.m. VCWIllIa.m. Capt. Capt. M 1IP r .i .i .i .i 0 0 'Oo- 'Oo- 'Oo- Au U1'D U1'D scorlJJc-Touchdown. scorlJJc-Touchdown. scorlJJc-Touchdown. scorlJJc-Touchdown. scorlJJc-Touchdown. scorlJJc-Touchdown. Robl Revt OD IlIuLnIPPillC. IlIuLnIPPillC. oril\6-Touch oril\6-Touch oril\6-Touch oril\6-Touch .tow. .tow. perdueFUmpl. perdueFUmpl. Coua. Coua. Coua. Coua. I. I. I. I. Ulu sm"- sm"- sm"- Tlme.of- Tlme.of- U U e h. h. h. I i. i. Pardee- Pardee- Pardee- urb na. na. Ill Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo Z1.-lo puntlnlrduel I t 'at 'at rted them..thega.me. them..thega.me. muddy.neld'ren- muddy.neld'ren- muddy.neld'ren- deredCoach .hlUplaYII .hlUplaYII tor'Purdue. tor'Purdue. DavidNa I c n.-Davld- n.-Davld- n.-Davld- n.-Davld- n.-Davld- n.-Davld- n.-Davld- J1 Y l& l& 1n u r1 0 t nd..wonU nd..wonU ,7. ,7. ,7. ,7. butwu'nelther butwu'nelther th.lIneplong6.ot.the th.lIneplong6.ot.the th.lIneplong6.ot.the on. on. ba. ba. C..k. C..k. /fOt1rardpal8e /fOt1rardpal8e .c .c Com e.sMe e.sMe t G Te ms pse. pse. J acketsHayeNevet Reyaol& Reyaol& Reyaol& f s venye&1'II. venye&1'II. venye&1'II. res me'rela.tlon me'rela.tlon th field'Saturday. field'Saturday. MCGuginw1l1 lead'the lead'the always-held anenv1 blerepu t aml t r th the'.Y the'.Y low J-ckets.havead- J-ckets.havead- J-ckets.havead- J-ckets.havead- rate..as.not rate..as.not rate..as.not rate..as.not rate..as.not rate..as.not onlyf' onlyf' re- re- re- re- thecompa'S8. thecompa'S8. thecompa'S8. the ertete CU 1& 1& a.n4..Relsman a.n4..Relsman a.n4..Relsman ha \'e \'e \'e claehedon oecaal ns havesuc eeded J rem ins Xone' Xone' were 'even 'even so b fUI t e was 1 V ndy .ages'when .ages'when .ages'when I rg I e wi Pl n N' N' feto i rst gam was thedaYII.ot thedaYII.ot 2 I rsBth-fshed rsBth-fshed rsBth-fshed r 4 I I .m .m e. e. 10 g hoofi agatniD .1gln .1gln thlnkil Intbe belne. belne. 4 O. O. O. O. i m h II e e ySatsrd eoefht O. O. O. O. previous et 1n ih\it ih\it crb i in .bowe..verand. .bowe..verand. I I "oa "oa 'fttlt 'fttlt 'fttlt 'fttlt 1ear8. 1ear8. defeat"'ot defeat"'ot t I mo.relonderrul mo.relonderrul 191 .atter .atter aC i 1. 1. InBlrming- InBlrming- 7to m rked 'fg 'fg ltof1 3 r n e 1 9frt1 t t Donahue'IIPJalnsmen. Donahue'IIPJalnsmen. I I gl ryhas l'Ioutherncol. l'Ioutherncol. Te. Te. cb 'h 'h s withVandy 11 reft y rl 8 ede I the' the' t I.eomlng I.eomlng tth In'the In'the SOUth..but.bYPO'8 SOUth..but.bYPO'8 SOUth..but.bYPO'8 bJY I th I 'I' 'I' \'tctor \'tctor \'tctor bya IIcore. IIcore. 18. 18. s m. m. t son. son. P Y at- at- 3 I t.a t.a atn8 l "t. "t. ohl .6'to .6'to .6'to O. O. was. was. .l .l J' J' IlIsti' IlIsti' "fIg. "fIg. .1It-eret .1It-eret .1It-eret .1It-eret .1It-eret .1It-eret IT I The. The. .rislng.ln .rislng.ln f notwhe. notwhe. ther TechwUI \l \l T a t hetgra f t t te b1 c.te c.te fo a al I Gf in f t tt r 4 t SUfferfljln sco. sco. th gbt at 'one. 'one. t ce ce Tech.bad Tech.bad an-off an-off an-off an-off t be- be- t wb wb a1lpe n theca..e. theca..e. Frlday'slcrlmm& Frlday'slcrlmm& ef Phllllpl'.rece.ved Phllllpl'.rece.ved 'ot.crutches 'ot.crutches isvt'ry isvt'ry I CorVandy. CorVandy. oP ju OtoA r t eWa t kn ee l. l. ac to.th to.th .the'IOllof .the'IOllof 'rf' 'rf' WIlICriPPle'.Tech.conSlder. WIlICriPPle'.Tech.conSlder. ere.I.a. ere.I.a. -J -J lomt'eonaolationh1 lomt'eonaolationh1 that.Sttup that.Sttup J' J' per-a.t.r per-a.t.r per-a.t.r W. W. eek' eek' vfsit.toJ1s. vfsit.toJ1s. vfsit.toJ1s. returned-with returned-with returned-with l1ill.anlde..f l1ill.anlde..f l1ill.anlde..f tJiP tr Replayed over'1i..f1.g over'1i..f1.g over'1i..f1.g ls weekK L.- L.- wlth".a.'w wlth".a.'w ek'sworkou. ek'sworkou. should "J "J "J ableto .the.'Van .the.'Van erbllt.eam erbllt.eam ottrouble i' i' t i. i. 1 was.'d.e was.'d.e eate .tod. .tod. U/ U/ o.C o.C fA' fA' fl'i fl'i THE ATLASTA doNSTIuufloSr VoL Ii. Ii. LI"'a LI"'a SUNDAY t t r r 1 4 1 ts4r3 ye -4aW -4aW 4 S 4 1 1 TcL 4 I .iJ .iJ i h o w th ner s thi added4gument dont I P f 2 i preventus I I de- de- t t S I ig f will i I I be PLardson j iami 5-to-O 5-to-O 5-to-O 5-to-O .8sj .8sj 271 ei e r l scoringrep- scoringrep- 't 't I .A. .A. it Early.- Early.- C..Strickland C..Strickland 0..3. il I B..Jackson B..Jackson B..Gibson 20 5.5 5.5 aimcv 3. 3. R5feree. R5feree. LsmIlton p.riodRU p.riodRU C of.Erle of.Erle roundof a h h M j 16 A tore .Jnto .Jnto r- r- throaghthe-TQPOL- throaghthe-TQPOL- throaghthe-TQPOL- 4. 4. "Wins "Wins em or aboit teams. teams. sent.Kid sent.Kid t M.C. M.C. IS stood I and-Buck and-Buck and-Buck COUM8IISEftVEN 27.-peclaL 27.-peclaL 27.-peclaL 27.-peclaL thloca1 I --P-i' --P-i' --P-i' --P-i' s S. S. size the 'lIt 'lIt rltory LEADSTRAVELERS to.manage to.manage Gra loing 27.-Francis 27.-Francis 27.-Francis 27.-Francis H. 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