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Itj- Itj- fed our our downfall downfall as as th I ecame ecame suspidousj and tele asking if if 'th 'th rkable rkable Nerve fa fellow fellow of wonderfulneriipl leady under under suspicion 'an 'an j I fee fee stuck stuck right to the" the" r- r- until late at night. night. night. night. of the m&aager. m&aager. m&aager. m&aager. dng about about the muaejswn ess d to the manageriftM-2 manageriftM-2 manageriftM-2 it. it. read It. It. tore it it .tr' .tr' Louis office office office that the WUB Jt Jt and instructed instructed thatfftt eld until called called for. for. I- I- 0t4lj 0t4lj ney left left Dallas and cainVjt cainVjt rhere rhere we divided what.moti what.moti 11 bad bad spent spent spent a good deal'-ajD1 deal'-ajD1 deal'-ajD1 deal'-ajD1 deal'-ajD1 Itm money money which he nedi nedi 1 his shortage shortage and f or' or' othejj othejj othejj had paid $130 $130 $130 $130 for a dlamoaf Louis. Louis. Louis. Louis. He borrowed thi thi tig to see a girl in Kansa Kansa R Imake a flash. flash. flash. flash. I hav hav not'8655 not'8655 lince. lince. i spent spent spent the rest Ivellng. Ivellng. and and when I ty I Went Went Went broke broke and fn Little Rock Rock at SIS a 1 1 went went there and Id that he he expects expects his his his tk. tk. of of Washington Washington Washington to rei f \7. \7. and that he will makegOOd ption. ption. He says that hismOtherr crs and and four sisters sisters live at P.s P.s trt. trt. Atlanta. Atlanta. Ga. Ga. Hls-fattfti Hls-fattfti Hls-fattfti Hls-fattfti Hls-fattfti Hls-fattfti Idead Idead two years and Black-'hat Black-'hat Black-'hat Black-'hat Black-'hat Black-'hat M to the the the support cf cf the famiwl 19 19 years years old. old. and appearrttff Pd and and reared. reared. He i I IS IS years years old old old and thei thei J operator. operator. operator. operator. Black had Itvedtw Ir eight months when he.vmef he.vmef le.win le.win be brought brought to trial Sep-s Sep-s Sep-s I In the court of criminal criminal criminal fare plus r and twenty for the rourif rourif altimorc altimorc by by oard Air fc lets on sale Septeml Septeml oth.llthan oth.llthan i final limit limit to ber.l9th. ber.l9th. ber.l9th. ber.l9th. ber.l9th. "Ex. "Ex. ie ie ie final limit tb tJer 25th maj by depositing with Joint Jpon Jpon payme nU 9 extensioitjlft Covers/at Covers/at Covers/at Covers/at Covers/at Wasnl Wasnl -M -M "f "f T f Kfe A of Georgia Georgia School School of Tech Tech nology. nology. nology. nology. 5 5 BOTHER football teason teason v us. us. us. and one of the nnt nnt nnt that that that that springs springs into the mind mind ofx tie iriatluslast is is \That \That \That \That are-the are-the are-the are-the are-the are-the are-the changes'in changes'in ales for this this year On theJ theJ theJ very very of of this this urey come come the no.Jes no.Jes fjspi&rtant fjspi&rtant interrogation interrogation How Witt Witt the cSair cSair cSair affect affect the styU styU styU of of play o come at once "to "to Hecuba.jth Hecuba.jth jjnt/"something jjnt/"something jjnt/"something jjnt/"something jjnt/"something jjnt/"something new" new" new" in the 1904 rule rule In In the note to rule ld ld which that that the field field should should should be marked with white white lines lines lines 5 5 yard yard apart to the side side side lines lines lines and extending' extending' extending' life whole length' length' length' length' length' of the field field instead instead of of "only "only the middle middle 60 yards yards yards yards as as was was was the case case list year. year. This change change in in field marking marking riii rendered rendered necessary necessary by reason reason reason of the the ifiel ifiel that a change change ra ra ra rule I8c I8c now per- per- per- per- per- per- the quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback first first first man recelv- recelv- recelv- recelv- recelv- the ball from the snapperbaok snapperbaok to. to. to. carry the ball ball ball forward at any place place on the field field "provided "provided "provided "provided he crosses crosses the line line line line i'ef" i'ef" scrimmage scrimmage scrimmage at least least least 5 yards yards outside outside of of the snapperback. snapperback. snapperback. snapperback. Accordingly Accordingly Accordingly the nrlnh nrlnh nrlnh nrlnh nrlnh of of the fleld will will will have to b divided divided up by 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard lines lines lines lines running the whole whole whole whole length length of of the rectangle rectangle as as an aid to the the the referee referee in determining determining determining whether whether whether the juartertack juartertack juartertack does does or does does not run to the ride ride a distance distance of of 5 yards before going ahead ahead and crossing crossing the scrimmage scrimmage scrimmage scrimmage line. line. line. line. line. line. The whole field field field will consequent consequent consequent consequent consequent consequent look look like a huge checkerboard when when properly marked marked off. off. off. off. Rules 2. 2. 3. 3. 4 and 5 witness witness no change change change change change Section Section d of rule rule rule 6 6 is is entirely entirely new new sad sad Is Is a praiseworthy praiseworthy praiseworthy praiseworthy praiseworthy praiseworthy praiseworthy provision. provision. provision. provision. It It tasters tasters tasters tasters futile futile the attempt of a a team tn tn tn possession possession possession of of the ball ball ball to purposely purposely purposely draw ttete ttete ttete opponents opponents oft oft side side by by a "fake "fake snap. snap. In this play play the quarterback makes his his his his customary signal signal signal for the snapper snapper snapper snapper to. to. put the ban ban in play play and the "fcacks" "fcacks" "fcacks" "fcacks" "fcacks" "fcacks" make make make a false start start but the ball ball S .not .not .not .not really snapped until until the oppo- oppo- oppo- BMits BMits BMits have have jumped jumped across across the scrim- scrim- scrim- scrim- nay nay nay line. line. line. line. These These are then "off "off "off "off side. side. side. sad sad a distance distance penalty had formerly to fce fce awarded against against them. them. them. them. i .This .This .This .This play play play play I hit hit upon In 1895. 1895. 1895. 1895. 1895. 1895. and my team of that year was the first first ta ta .this .this .this country country to Ms it it We employed "fit "fit "fit with with such such such astonishing astonishing astonishing astonishing anccess anccess anccess that it V s s soon soon adopted adopted by nearly nearly all team team team sBot. sBot. while strictly strictly legitimate legitimate by by the /rales /rales /rales I I soon soon soon came came to the decision that that that rtte" rtte" play was against against the "spirit" "spirit" "spirit" "spirit" of fftotbalV .whereupon .whereupon I promptly gave gave it and have never never allowed ani am of ihe within within within within the the Jast- Jast- Jast- Jast- Jast- half half half half WTOF years years years BJTplay7fe -Many -Many team team tfli played played played it Tut year4TbV only difficulty' difficulty' difficulty' difficulty' now will will will sTbi for therreifeTee therreifeTee therreifeTee tq tq deterthln deterthln whether t offensive offensive offensive team mao -i -i deliberate" deliberate" deliberate" deliberate" deliberate" deliberate" 5rarposeful 5rarposeful ttempt ttempt to draw the op- op- op- cjonents off off side side side side or whether whether certain ioYementg ioYementg ioYementg ioYementg of of the the the backs immediately eceding eceding eceding the mapping mapping of the ball are r t 'for 'for an .entirely' .entirely' .entirely' .entirely' different different purpose purpose purpose purpose purpose ti ti a. a. quick ahlftlng ahlftlng to better positions positions positions positions Ncr Improved Interference Interference sake sake sake sake sake Rales Rales 8 and and rtand rtand as in 1903. 1903. 1903. 1903. j j In rule rule IOW IOW IOW the sentence sentence to to to paren- paren- paren- .fttesis .fttesis Is Is new new but is is explanatory explanatory explanatory only only jit jit is valuable as as as clearing clearing up a somewhat somewhat somewhat footed point point point and makes plain plain that -nan -nan -nan -nan going down the field field under under a kick Inay ose ose ose hands hands hands or arms to push push opponent opponent ut of the way in order to get at the the ball ball ball ball ilttself or at the man catching catching it-for- it-for- it-for- it-for- it-for- it-for- the purpose purpose of tackling tackling tackling but not throwing the man when he has has caught caught it it In rule IIe we note that this this year if "the "the umpire oBserves oBserves a a foul he Is Is not to Kow Kow his his horn until until the ball ball 1 dead when when when the referee referee must enforce enforce enforce enforce the 1 j nalty nalty called called for by the umpire's umpire's umpire's umpire's de- de- de- de- tJston. tJston. By itself itself this this would would would seem seem to aean that the penalty penalty penalty 1 to fee fee applied and from the pot pot of the new new down Hftat is is is where the ball ball ball wa wa wa wa topped. topped. topped. topped. But 3 to" to" rule 28e we learn that "the "the referee 1ftaH 1ftaH call the ball ball back back to the spot where where where where tte tte tte foul foul was committed committed and from from that- that- nt eraet eraet eraet the penalty. penalty. The reason reason why why why the the umpire 1 thus thus for. for. for. to declare declare the foul foul unto unto unto the hall hall by the natural natural run of of the is that that if if a foul Is Is made by the Defensive team the the team fn. fn. possession possession f tha tha baH baH baH baH may may yet yet yet make notwithstanding iSs foul a good good gain gain to to which cae cae Ittey are at liberty liberty to decline the aatty incident to the foul if "they "they "they so ttiet ttiet 28e and and of course they would o Vct if the the run run proved proved proved proved longer than than than the f jprescrlbed jprescrlbed penalty wheresu wheresu if the urn- urn- urn- urn- urn- urn- "jtre "jtre Wew Wew at at at at onc onc onc th ball ball ball ball ball would at ttse ttse ttse be dead dead and and the offensive offensive offensive offensive team team team .would .would have have no ebane ebane for a good good good run. run. Rale Rale 12 is is is identical identical with last last year year year rjia rule rule rule I3a I3a I3a we find find tie tie new en- en- en- en- en- "If "If "If the winner of tho tho to select select oal the losertawt losertawt take take the the Wck Wck Thl Thl i J wcplanatory wcplanatory merely i istthe rule hs iwar meant meant meant thl The The The re of the rematodCT rematodCT of this para- para- para- para- ha ha ha been llhtly llhtly chanred of th V rendering. rendering. 1 mWB u section b of rrfe rrfe 12 we find hat hat ich forfeit ihe tofttt twle in on by by kicking-It- kicking-It- kicking-It- oat of'fcoiind of'fcoiind of'fcoiind the ball ball far far far far jwriimnir to .oppo .oppo not on hetoxown -raM -raM rear rear but t their their SVyard. SVyard. SVyard. SVyard. SVyard. SVyard. the ball out of onadi onadi tou ttae. ttae. It aoaat l i- i- 5Rr RBte RBte 18fl 18fl regularly regularly th i a9j' a9j' ZZ Viu mt t tut tut Mgggf i i gs H na to nc i/r i/r i/r 112-44' 112-44' 112-44' 112-44' 112-44' x of the the year. year. Ejut Ejut season the ral Va 'taat-lnthe 'taat-lnthe 'taat-lnthe 'taat-lnthe mlddle M Tarda Tarda Tarda of of h fleld jeTea-tneq jeTea-tneq jeTea-tneq were"'rt were"'rt iuired o''be o''be on therrtsb.jme. therrtsb.jme. But But lt rIthln2S yard. yard. yard. oftelther oftelther oftelther jeltfier''tW'vconl jeltfier''tW'vconl J pla wltb a "f "f ew as flVe flVe mea mea the Irash line line fy iameattble" iameattble" tkt of affair practically reqTdrinj reqTdrinj all teams Ho hare to to .two .two jityle of 'offensiTeSj 'offensiTeSj iulted for jnidfleid the other for for At the closa closa of the therefore I became became one o f many to 'WJB 'WJB upJEtn the rule rule A comi- comi- comi- comi- mlttee mlttee thenecesiity forgoing away" away" with rja-'sort rja-'sort rja-'sort rja-'sort tof /compromisei' /compromisei' /compromisei' rule. rule. overtng overtng iaJttajoperatWthe whole "field "field which provides thatjat leastlslx men- men- of the tide tide holding theA n mnsVaiway toe on. on. the the line of crimmage but If If If only six six art on .the .the .the .the Bcrimmage Bcrimmage line the" the" the" seventh seventh man 'who 'who has .been .been placed Jn the back field field must stand stand outside either 'one 'one or other ertremltrof ertremltrof the rush line line line No matter matter what may be thought thought of the number six for for the Tush Tush lln.jhere lln.jhere can can be nojanestlon nojanestlon but that thhe thhe application of one uniform uniform uniform rule to cover the whole field field of play U'a U'a U'a U'a distinct game. game. In 8c 8c we sea the Idea of allowing the quarterback to run with the ball ball has has also been extended extended to cover the whole whole whole field. field. This is good. good. Rules Rules 19 20 21 22 25 25 24 and 25 25 show show no changes. changes. changes. changes. Rule Rule Rule JW JW contains next next to rule 18. 18. 18. 18. the most important change of the the year the reduction reduction in. in. in. value value of a a field field goal goal goal from 5 pointsfst u.4vpoints. u.4vpoints. u.4vpoints. Many Many Many Many experts experts have have have been been cri-injg cri-injg cri-injg cri-injg for yesfrs 'for 'for a changy changy of thli thli thli nature and and and personally personally personally personally I think that S S points points points x mes. mes. nearer to expressing expressing the relative relative value value of a field goal than does even even 4. 4. But it Is regrettable regrettable that that that that the rules committee did did not see fit fit to allow allow the quarterback quarterback to make his objective "cutting la point" point" point" point" the outside of a position position player-say player-say player-say player-say player-say the tackle-rather tackle-rather tackle-rather tackle-rather tackle-rather than .a .a specified specified distance distance distance distance in yards as as as the latter latter requires requires him to to look look at the white lines lines under under his feet in order .to .to get get his his his bearings sn obvious obvious obvious handicap. handicap. Rule 27 appears In In its its its old dress. dress. dress. dress. Rule Rule Rule 23 23 shows shows a change change that I and perhaps many others. others. others. others. worked strenuously with the committee committee to bring about Ti The The The simplification and then a classification of penalties. penalties. penalties. penalties. Last Last year year they were so so very various various as well well as so so numerous and and so scattered scattered In their textual arrangement that it was was next next to impossible for the m6st m6st m6st expert expert to keep them clearly clearly differentiated. differentiated. differentiated. differentiated. This This This year year we ave all penalties grouped grouped nder nder nder A loss loss of yards B. B. loss loss of of 15 yards yards yards C disqualification disqualification disqualification disqualification disqualification and D forfeiture of game. game. game. game. These These These when when when when read in connwtton connwtton connwtton connwtton connwtton with sections E E E F G. G. H. H. I. I. J J K and L L L nil- nil- nil- nil- nil- ngs in connection with penalties penalties make lear lear lear and. and. easy easy what was once puzzling In places to even the framers framers of of the rules. rules. Changes in the substance of of these rules rules though slight slight slight are'numerous. are'numerous. are'numerous. are'numerous. are'numerous. but a discussion of of them is rendered unnecessary because of their attained simplicity simplicity simplicity and obvious equity. equity. For one one I heartily heartily congratulate the gentlemen gentlemen of the committee on what what what Is Is Is questionless questionless questionless the best best feature of their work this this year. year. year. year. Rule 29 duties of of officials shows shows shows little novelty novelty novelty nor Is Is any needed. needed. I agree agree how. how. ever ever that the limitation limitation of the powers of the linesmen to to watching watching watching off side-play side-play side-play and tripping tripping by the end end rushers is wise. wise. wise. wise. The general general effect of these changes on he he game as at present known and played will be slight slight slight indeed. indeed. indeed. indeed. The redaction redaction redaction In value value of afield afield goal goal will will inevitably bring about a 'decline 'decline in drop drop kicking as as a earn can no longer longer longer be dropping a goal goal goal from the the fieldj essentially essentially essentially a one-man one-man one-man one-man one-man one-man one-man play play play play tie tie tie a team that has scored scored a touchdown by team play. play. play. play. For my part part part 1 1 snail not regret regret this result as t. t. t. t. believe believe that the gist gist gist and worth of our American American Rugby He He principally principally in in the good good hard hard running running running touchdown touchdown which which which which is is scored scored nearly always always always always by team team team play alone. alone. alone. alone. The The The privilege privilege privilege privilege of dropping the seventh man behind behind the the line line again will will will will doubtless result in in in a renewal of plays plays and formations' formations' formations' formations' formations' In the the the the nature of of the Tale Tale tackle tackle overplays- overplays- which both Tale Tale and Harvard Harvard in I900 I900 I900 1901 1901 and 1902 1902 used used used with such such telling telling telling effect that their adop adop adop adop tion because well well nigh unanimous unanimous unanimous unanimous throughout throughout throughout throughout the country. country. While While the the the changes to sum up. up. have have not b en nearly as radical as as in many many many many past past years years years years they are in nearly every every in stance wise. wise. But the the the committee committee committee has has has done best best to change the English of many paragraphs and sentences sentences sentences which have have heretofore not at all expressed what was meant. meant. In In thte thte j4lrectloff they have have have ac complished complished complished complished more than than in in in any previous' previous' previous' previous' previous' three rears rears combined combined and the the book now stand complete complete complete concise and -Intelligible. -Intelligible. -Intelligible. -Intelligible. A for tootbaiiC tootbaiiC It win tlll tlll befthe trong. trong. trong. trong. fa t. t. hardy hardy healthy game" game" it ha ha always been the the the game both players'and players'and players'and players'and players'and spectator spectator -want-not -want-not -want-not -want-not -want-not -want-not a"kld' a"kld' glove game fo th onned would .not-be .not-be .not-be foot foot baltf baltf trutf trutf essentially essentially essentially a a manly1 manly1 game game game ex- ex- ex- ex- 'actty 'actty 'actty ruit dto'the1 dto'the1 America America college boy1- boy1- -Kelt'Sunday -Kelt'Sunday -Kelt'Sunday I hall discus-the discus-the discus-the 1904 r locfl'Jjouthern locfl'Jjouthern colr colr colr W..HEISMAN. W..HEISMAN. W..HEISMAN. ntow-wf ntow-wf ntow-wf Heisman will answer through ihV column column of.Tnet of.Tnet .Constitution .Constitution .Constitution .Constitution all question- question- pertaining pertaining -to -to any feature of the gam or any point point point upon wjifch there there .H .H should should be addressed editor. editor. editor. The-Constitution. The-Constitution. The-Constitution. 3 1 Championship. Championship. S WW 7ffig5gg M rt ii is&g3t is&g3t wjri. wjri. g f fVrf 'fV----l 'fV----l 'fV----l 'fV----l r i.- i.- f-S f-S f-S i M Partial Partial Partial Scnedules Scnedules Have Been .H .H ---.ti'-v ---.ti'-v ---.ti'-v ---.ti'-v ww ai h w teii 'iafc'inother 'iafc'inother Irtyielbi Irtyielbi Irtyielbi l ort'i ort'i tddlnjc tddlnjc plaeei plaeei indVcartfully tx jnlned ritb'r ritb'r f ren to another aon'r'weftr. aon'r'weftr. D. D. mXPB mXPB mXPB mXPB mXPB flAIDIJER. flAIDIJER. flAIDIJER. flAIDIJER. Wfll Wfll Wfll Wfll Wfll Coach Coach Coach the the Football Football Team of the University School School for for Boys Boys at at 6tone Mountain Mountain The majority of the college college college college of'the of'the of'the of'the south will will not open until until the the Addle of this this this month while others others others will will sot sot bare bare bare bare a chance chance chance to start start start start start practice practice practice practice practice until until th dawn of October. October. October. October. Coach Helsman Helsman Helsman Helsman Helsman of the the the Tech Tech Tech team. team. team. team. In. In. In. tends tends to to get-his get-his get-his mea mea oat oat on the the the field field by by by September IB IB though though though the the college college neason neason neason will will will open somewhat somewhat later. later. Up at Sewanee. Sewanee. favored favored favored favored by a a different different different schedule of college work. work. Coach Coach Coach Whitney Whitney if if if busy busy in in sorting sorting out the rood rood from the bad bad the regulars regulars regulars from from the substrate substrate substrate substrate substrate Coaches Coaches Thia Thia Thia Season. Season. Season. Season. Of Of all all the things things needed needed by by a a college college college college aspiring aspiring to to football football football glory glory and asking asking asking asking a .championship .championship .championship .championship .championship .championship team team team the most Important Important of all la a good coach. coach. A coach of of wide experience experience of In genuity genuity genuity genuity and possessing possessing the proper temperament 1 able able to' to' to' accomplish accomplish accomplish more with a lot of of dub players players than than an. an. Infe-- Infe-- Infe-- Infe-- Infe-- Infe-- rlor rlor rlor coach would be able to bring about about about with the best best material ever gathered gathered together within within college college walls. walls. walls. walls. At the" the" University University University of Georgia there there there was' was' oneyseason oneyseason when when this this was well shown. shown. The materlal materlal materlal was the best best ever gathered together together together at that that Institution. Institution. Among Among Among the players players of renown- renown- renown- renown- renown- were Slmcox Slmcox Slmcox Slmcox Fln- Fln- Fln- Fln- Fln- negan negan Richie Richie Hamilton and other giants giants of the the gridiron gridiron whose whose verypres- verypres- verypres- verypres- verypres- verypres- ence ence gave to the the red and the the black' black' black' black' a feeling feeling of of of confidence. confidence. A coach coach behind the tlntes tlntes however was was was secured secured for the season. season. season. season. It It It was was was nct nct h fault fault fault as' as' as' as' toe toe toe came to coach the team' team' team' team' team' at a persons persons persons persons sacrifice sacrifice sacrifice but resulted' resulted' resulted' resulted' resulted' from the poor mangement mangement of the university university university authorities. authorities. authorities. authorities. The 'men 'men did did not receive the coaching coaching necessary to win games games that season and and nearly every every game game was dropped dropped though though the material material was rope- rope- rope- rope- rope- rope- rior rior to any In the the south. south. south. south. In In In the south this this year nearly every every every system of of coaching In America America America win win be- be- be- tried. tried. tried. tried. Graduates Graduates in football'from football'from football'from Penn sylvania sylvania from from Princeton Princeton Princeton Cornell. Cornell. Yale Yale Harvard Harvard and Yost's Yost's Yost's Yost's Yost's Yost's School of Football Football will will train the football Idea Idea Into football ways. ways. ways. Every style of playing may be ex- ex- ptcted. ptcted. ptcted. ptcted. In each each college college good good play play will will be developed developed developed and good good systems systems systems taught. taught. taught. taught. taught. And when they have all-been all-been all-been well well taught and well learned learned the football player player player player of of each team team -will -will -will -will learn something new when the Heisman Heisman Heisman teams teams teams of of Clemson Clemson and the Techs are their opponents. opponents. Many Many of the coaches coaches of of southern southern teams teams have been been been been been been announced Tech Heisman. Heisman. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Georgia Barnard Harvard. Harvard. Auburn Donahue Tale. Tale. Tale. Tale. Tale. Tale. Sewanee Sewanee Whitney Whitney Cornell. Cornell. Vanderbllt McGugin. McGugin. Michigan. Michigan. tlemson tlemson tlemson Sh iley Clemson. Clemson. University University of of Florida Forsythe Forsythe Forsythe Forsythe Clem- Clem- son son son son Cumberland Phillip Washington Washington and and Jefferson. Jefferson. Jefferson. Jefferson. Jefferson. Jefferson. Tulane Barry. Barry. Brown. Brown. Brown. Brown. Alabama Alabama Blount Yale. Yale. Davidson Brewen probable. probable. probable. probable. Tennessee Fisher probable. probable. "Work "Work of Coaches. Coaches. Coaches. Coaches. Coaches. Coaches. In the the selection selection of coaches coaches coaches .each .each col col col col lege lege lege eeems eeems to have have done -well -well as every man engaged comes comes comes 'with 'with the the the highest highest recommendations. recommendations. recommendations. recommendations. recommendations. recommendations. Coach Coach Coach Heisman Heisman Heisman is top top well well known to to the south to need comment on his his his worth of of an Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. He has for -the -the last last few years coached the Clemson Clemson Clemson football team team and despite the lack lack lack of material material material and the many many many many difficulties difficulties placed In his way through the the nature of the school school has has has always always always turned out .teams .teams .teams .teams comparing comparing comparing favorably with with the best best in in the south. south. south. south. .Many .Many of the the other other other are."new are."new are."new are."new comers comers and and their work is unknown unknown In In In the south. south. Barnard Barnard of of Georgia comes from Bar- Bar- Bar- Bar- yard yard where where he was one of of their star players. players. While in college he he played' played' for four years years as as as as guard guard on theteam and last season acted as as assistant coach. coach. This This This This is the first first lime lime lime for many years that' that' that' the Georgia eleven has been trained by a line line man and the 'change 'change is expected expected to work work wonders. wonders. "In "In addltion- addltion- Jo Barnard.-DIcldn- Barnard.-DIcldn- Barnard.-DIcldn- son son son will will in an an probability probability aid in the coaching. coaching. Jicltln3on was was was was one of the greatest footbaliplayers- footbaliplayers- footbaliplayers- footbaliplayers- ver turned turned turned out by Georgia Georgia and his aid in training the' the' backs backs backs ill betrf betrf great assistance to the. the. team. team. McGugin McGugin -comes -comes .fronifjtflcfatgan .fronifjtflcfatgan and is said to JM one of the very best of Yost's Yost's graduates graduates and that means means means a great deal for Tost Tost .la .la the the most most most successful successful successful of .all .all football "coaches. "coaches. "coaches. 'He 'He played- played- while at at Michigan Michigan for three yearja/acting yearja/acting yearja/acting yearja/acting as quarterback ttrstiandthea wltchiBr wltchiBr to fulL fulL fulL fulL last last seasonrbe.acted seasonrbe.acted as assistant coach coach coach coach coach to Yost Hl old old coach recommended him him him highly. highly. highly. highly. i At last report report 'ttonahae. 'ttonahae. 'ttonahae. f Tale Tale w tb player selectedjo give football knowledge to the Attburn Attburn Attburn -lovers -lovers -lovers ot ot ot fhe'.game. fhe'.game. Thls'TlN Thls'TlN player player flaa-been.playing.tub- flaa-been.playing.tub- flaa-been.playing.tub- flaa-been.playing.tub- flaa-been.playing.tub- auarfef auarfef pnjhe pnjhe Tale teanv teanv and- and- and- Aubnrnlte ect1Uin to turn out aoWrierfal aoWrierfal team. team. Farsythe ow coaching coaching the of Florldafllsboondaa bring thai thai eoHeg eoHeg wflf wflf Doubtless J slow slow aJ back- back- back- v Before"Assauljslft Before"Assauljslft Ath- Ath- Ath- Ath- r f fetes X twdiy- twdiy- SU SU SU Loul Loul September s -After -After 'meet 'meet 'meet probahlr probahlr mwqnaled mwqnaled -hr -hr the oarttee oarttee n- n- Etala Etala of of this or any any other country country country the Louisiana. Louisiana. Louisiana. Purchase exposition revival of the Olympic game game has concluded concluded concluded J aln' aln' joday dM dM the competing athletes show championship form and three olyppia rec rec ord fen fen before their assaults. assaults. Not only did James D. D. LIghtbody LIghtbody otthe otthe otthe Chicago A A A Clip clip three-fifths three-fifths three-fifths of a- a- second off the Olympic Olympic record for the 1,500 1,500 meler meler meler run/but run/but run/but run/but run/but he he he won the event In one of the the finest finishes that ha ha marked marked marked the" the" entire meet meet HI HI time was. was. 4:03 4:03 4:03 2-8. 2-8. 2-8. 2-8. 2-8. 2-8. There was an unusually fine fine fine field la the pole pole vault vault contest. contest. Jive Jive men broke the Olympic recordi recordi recordi before thefjeVent narrowed down to the final jumps jumps jumps with three men eligible. eligible. Charles E-jDvorak E-jDvorak E-jDvorak of the C. C. A. A. A A then flemonstrat'ed flemonstrat'ed flemonstrat'ed his his his das das das and from the M-foot M-foot M-foot M-foot mark' mark' he he competed competed alone alone the other other four- four- men being tied at that mark. mark. Dvorak1T Dvorak1T estfwa IT fee fee r r r inches.'breaking inches.'breaking the Olympic Olympic Olympic record of iOi iOi iOi feet 99-10 99-10 99-10 inches inches held by E. E. K Baxter- Baxter- of the Uaiversitr Uaiversitr Uaiversitr Uaiversitr f Pennsylvania made at the Paris Olympiad. Olympiad. -The -The -The keenest competition competition of the entire week1 week1 week1 week1 week1 programme programme programme developed'in developed'in developed'in the dis dis dis cus cus cus throw M. M. J. J. J. J. J. Sheridan otthe O. O. O. O. N. N. T T T T L L A. A. A A and and Ralph W. W. RoseDf the the C. C. A. A. X tied tied tied for for first place place with throws throws throws throws t t ot ot 128 I OJi OJi Inches' Inches' Inches' Inches' Inches' breaking the. the. Olympic Olympic Olympic record by more than 10 feet As' As' splitting splitting point point Is Is Is pot pot pot allowed in Olympic Olympic Olympic championship the mea mea vrere vrere vrere vrere forced to throw throw off this tie. tie. The best that that Rose Rose could do was was 120 feet finches while while Sheridan Sheridan although although although beating him him al so showed showed a reversal of form and the the distance that that gave him first place was was was 127 feet Inches. Inches. Inches. The The New York Athletic Athletic Club won the Olvmoic Olvmoic Olvmoic chamnionshin chamnionshin with with 63 points points Chicago Athletic Association'second Association'second with. with. with. 19 19 points. points. A A protest protest has been been made "by "by he C. C. A A. A. against against several .entries .entries and .he .he .he award of the championship championship cup las been been withheld. withheld. withheld. withheld. The New New New York Athletic Club team won won won the 4-mile 4-mile 4-mile 4-mile 4-mile international international international team race Time 21:174-5. 21:174-5. 21:174-5. 21:174-5. 21:174-5. of Heisman Heisman Heisman Heisman though though he will will probably probably "be "be "be "be "be assisted assisted by by Maxwell Maxwell .elected .elected .elected .elected .elected .captain .captain .captain last year year .who .who will doubtless doubtless doubtless act act as as as half half half captain captain captain and half half coach. coach. coach. coach. The The The style style style of play play will re main the same same as it was was last yean yean for tEe tEe principles principles of Heisman Heisman have have have been too too deeply .instilled .instilled .instilled .instilled Into the hearts and and the souls souls of the players players players on on that team for other styles styles styles of play play to -take -take -take -take their their place place Sewaheev Sewaheev Sewaheev Sewaheev will will continue continue la la la la la the the way way of last season season season and If If her material is good good Whitney Whitney Whitney Will Will whip It into good good shape. shape. The fate fate of of of the team depends depends largely largely on the decision 'of 'of Phillips Phillips as to whether he win win reenter the the game game or devote him self to ills tudles. tudles. tudles. tudles. tudles. tudles. Bahlonega Bahlonega Men Men JPlay. JPlay. JPlay. There Is some some possiblity possiblity possiblity that that Dahlonega Dahlonega Dahlonega may may may enter enter the football football football field. field. field. field. field. field. If so she she she will meet with the hearty hearty welcome welcome of of the Georgia Georgia colleges as .every .every 'additional 'additional 'additional 'additional 'additional entry from Georgia means means .increased .increased In terest terest in the game. game. game. game. It is to be regretted regretted that Mercer Mercer Mercer was was unable to get ont ont ont a team this year year as as her her entry Into football football was was looked forward to anxiously anxiously anxiously this this this season. A nujcnber nujcnber nujcnber of schedules for the season season season have been announced. announced. For For the conveni conveni conveni conveni ence of football fans fans they are .reproduced .reproduced .reproduced .reproduced October I University University University of Nashville Nashville at Atlanta probable. probable. October 8 Grant university university Athens Athens Athens Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. In Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta. October 16 Mooney school school Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee in Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta. Atlanta. October 17. 17. University University University University University University University University of Florida. Florida. 'Tal 'Tal lahassee lahassee lahassee In Atlanta. Atlanta. October 22 University University University University University University of of Tennessee Tennessee Knoxvllle Knoxvllle Knoxvllle in Atlanta. Atlanta. October 29 Auburn' Auburn' Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala. in Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. November November 5 Clemson. Clemson. Clemson. Clemson. Clemson. Clemson. Clemson Clemson college college in'Atlanta. in'Atlanta. in'Atlanta. in'Atlanta. in'Atlanta. in'Atlanta. November November 12. 12. Tennessee" Tennessee" Tennessee" Tennessee" Tennessee" -Medical -Medical -Medical -Medical and Dental Dental Nashville Nashville Nashville in Atlanta. Atlanta. November November 19 N. N. C. C. Agricultural Agricultural and and Mechanical Mechanical Raleigh Raleigh m m Atlanta. Atlanta. November 24 Cumberland Cumberland Cumberland Cumberland Cumberland Cumberland university university Lebanon in Atlanta. Atlanta. Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. October October 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty 15-Unlverslty of of of Florida Florida Florida Florida at Macon. Macon. Macon. Macon. October 22-Clemson 22-Clemson 22-Clemson 22-Clemson 22-Clemson at Clemson. Clemson. October 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty 29-rUnIverslty of South Caro Caro Caro Caro lina lina lina at Columbia. Columbia. November November ,5 ,5 University University University of Alabama Alabama at Tn deal oosa. oosa. November November 7 Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi A. A. A. A. and U. U. U. U. at Starkvflle. Starkvflle. Starkvflle. Starkvflle. Starkvflle. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. November 12 Davidson Davidson Davidson at .Athens. .Athens. .Athens. .Athens. .Athens. .Athens. November 24 Auburn at Macon. Macon. Macon. Macon. Sewanee. Sewanee. Sewanee. Sewanee. Sewanee. October 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on 15-Washfigt.on university university at at at St. St. Louts. Louts. Louts. Louts. October 27 Clemsoa college college at Colum Colum Colum Colum Colum bia 8. 8. 8. 8. C. C. C. October 29 University University University University of Tennessee Tennessee at KnoxvHle. KnoxvHle. KnoxvHle. KnoxvHle. KnoxvHle. KnoxvHle. November 10-Agricultural 10-Agricultural 10-Agricultural 10-Agricultural 10-Agricultural 10-Agricultural and Me- Me- Me- Me- rmnicM rmnicM college of Texas Texas Texas at I allas. allas. allas. allas. allas. November November 12 Tulane university university at New Orleans. Orleans. Orleans. Orleans. November November 24 Vanflertllt Vanflertllt Vanflertllt Vanflertllt university at Nashville. Nashville. Nashville. Nashville. Nashville. Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane October 22-Southwestein 22-Southwestein 22-Southwestein Industrial in. in. stitute stitute stitute stitute at home. home. October October October 29 29 Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Illselsslppl Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural and Mechanical college at home. home. Baylor college college an& an& Texas Texas Agricultural and Mechanical coHete coHete coHete coHete abroad early in November November w November November 12 Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee at at home. home. home. home. November 19 Louisiana Louisiana Louisiana Louisiana State nnlver- nnlver- nnlver- nnlver- rity rity at home. home. November 24 University University University of'Uississip. of'Uississip. of'Uississip. of'Uississip. of'Uississip. W at homia. homia. homia. homia. t December'3 December'3 University University University University if Alabama at 'home. 'home. 'home. 'home. TandoWlt TandoWlt October i-Uississippi i-Uississippi i-Uississippi i-Uississippi i-Uississippi i-Uississippi AgrtculturU AgrtculturU and Mechanical collegev collegev October8 October8 rNorth rNorth rNorth rNorth Carolina. Carolina. AcricnUurtl AcricnUurtl AcricnUurtl andrMechanicalicolleg andrMechanicalicolleg andrMechanicalicolleg October" October" October" 15-t7nlverslty 15-t7nlverslty 15-t7nlverslty 15-t7nlverslty 15-t7nlverslty 15-t7nlverslty of of Mlsslssippti Mlsslssippti Mlsslssippti Mlsslssippti .October,22-MUsoari .October,22-MUsoari .October,22-MUsoari .October,22-MUsoari .October,22-MUsoari School School of'Mtaes. of'Mtaes. of'Mtaes. of'Mtaes. October October October 29 -Central -Central -Central -Central t November November November 5 Univerilty Univerilty Univerilty Univerilty Univerilty Univerilty Univerilty of of CtncinnajL Kovemberll4--Inlyersltr Kovemberll4--Inlyersltr Kovemberll4--Inlyersltr of North Car- Car- JTnariksgiTJnr".l JTnariksgiTJnr".l ay--Sewaae ay--Sewaae ay--Sewaae October Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural 'and' 'and' Mechanical college -of -of /tNortlir /tNortlir Carolma Carolma -At" -At" -At" Clem- Clem- Clem- Clem- October October iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- iSr-Anbura- at aemsorf. aemsorf. aemsorf. aemsorf. October 22-Oeorglv 22-Oeorglv 22-Oeorglv 22-Oeorglv 22-Oeorglv 22-Oeorglv at at .Cteaitnz .Cteaitnz .Cteaitnz .Cteaitnz October e waneei v iuiai iNoyember iNoyember i Oeorgla. Oeorgla. Oeorgla. Oeorgla. Oeorgla. Oeorgla. Tedhi Tedhi Tedhi at AUslfiu AUslfiu AUslfiu November 12 University University University of of Tennessee. Tennessee. at Knoxvflle. Knoxvflle. Knoxvflle. Knoxvflle. November November November 1 Open. Open. November t -Talfc -Talfc Ck b 3-MaryvIll 3-MaryvIll 3-MaryvIll 3-MaryvIll 3-MaryvIll -at -at October I0-Carson I0-Carson I0-Carson I0-Carson I0-Carson I0-Carson I0-Carson and Newman -at -at Jefferson.City Jefferson.City October 17-Kentuckr 17-Kentuckr 17-Kentuckr State coHege. coHege. coHege. at iny rat'jSweetwaterS' rat'jSweetwaterS' li'- li'- li'- October 29-SouU 29-SouU 29-SouU 29-SouU 29-SouU 29-SouU CaroHnai CaroHnai CaroHnai coHegiv coHegiv at CotemWa S.C.i S.C.i Octoberti at NashvCle. NashvCle. NashvCle. NashvCle. Knoxvflle. Knoxvflle. the Boa h-iC h-iC h-iC fVffle i iat fltteaieds- fltteaieds- r U heareit"opponent heareit"opponent ia' ia' ia' a traoe f or f f J BOBBY BOBBY WAI/THOU WAI/THOU WAI/THOU WAI/THOU WAI/THOU WAI/THOU f f Who Who Won the- the- the- World's World's World's Championship at London London Yesterday. Yesterday. the 100 100 kilometer motor paced paced profes sional sional sional sional championship of the'world the'world held in tendon. tendon. tendon. tendon. There There There were six six six starter starter starter starter in- in- in- in- in- the the the race race which which soon soon became became contest contest between between Slmar Slmar Slmar Slmar and Walthonr Walthonr or first first place. place. For a'long a'long a'long a'long time'the time'the two".rider two".rider two".rider two".rider two".rider were were on even even terms-hut terms-hut terms-hut terms-hut terms-hut at the finish finish Walthoar Walthoar was was was away In front of hi opponent opponent who .finished a a a bad second. second. second. second. The race of yesterday was was but anotheV of those successes successes which have-marked Waltbour Waltbour Waltbour Waltbour Waltbour European trip trip and has made for him the greatest greatest reputation as a rider rider rider ever enjoyed enjoyed by an American American or a a European rider. rider. rider. Bo Bo "far "far on this trip he ha ha ha won every every every race in in which he has taken taken taken part part He He He ha ha ha been the victor in five five five or six other race race race He won two' two' on the Paris tracks one at the Buffalo track.and track.and the the other other on the Pare Pare de Prince. Prince. Prince. Prince. He then took a trip to Belgium Belgium Belgium and bettered the the riderr riderr he he he met at r-ntwerp. r-ntwerp. r-ntwerp. r-ntwerp. r-ntwerp. He has bad bad as op op ponents ponents Carl Carl Kaser Kaser Kaser Kaser George George Leander Champion Champion Champion Bruni Bruni Bruni and the the other cracks cracks cracks of the continent. continent. continent. continent. He-was He-was He-was He-was He-was riding riding In tiie tiie race race in which George George Leander met hli hli hli death. death. So So far this season season Walthonr Walthonr has has lost lost but but two races. races. races. races. races. One was lost in Europe on account account of the uobr condition condition of his motor and the other in in Atlanta Atlanta to Bennie Munroe Munroe on the occasion7 occasion7 of his his awful awful awful fall fall fall whicfc whicfc so so nearly resulted in hi death. death. 17111 17111 17111 17111 17111 Bace Bace Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Walthour Walthour will will return to America America America in time time to race in Atlanta oft oft oft Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving night night Covered with victory after victory and decked ont ont as as the champion champion champion champion of the world the crowd crowd In-the In-the In-the Stadium the the the night night of the coming coming race should should be be the the largest in the Atlanta history of of the game game game His opponent for this this occasion has has has has has not not not jtt jtt jtt jtt been pfcked pfcked pfcked 'me 'me 'me 'me 'me 'me managers managers of the Stadium are con con templating templating getting getting up a race some some .thn .thn .thn .thn .thn this month between a a number number number of the crack springers springers springers springers springers of the racing game. game. If If the necessary necessary arrangements can be made. made. McFarland McFarland Kramer. Kramer. Dorian Dorian Root and others others will will be brought brought to Atlanta. Atlanta. These riders are the best best in in the the world world to to their line line and these these races races races ifould Interest Interest Atlanta lovers of the gam gam gam The The dispatch dispatch from from London London telling telling of Walthoui-s Walthoui-s Walthoui-s Walthoui-s Walthoui-s Walthoui-s Walthoui-s latest victory foUowsr foUowsr London London September 3. 3. (7:35. (7:35. (7:35. p. p. In. In. In. In. Bobby Bobby Bobby Walthour Walthour of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Ga Ga won t He He He 400 400 kilometer motor' motor' paced profes- profes- filonal filonal filonal championship championship championship of the world world from- from- from- from- Slmar Slmar Slmar of France France at 'the 'the Crystal Crystal palace palace palace palace today today by 4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 lengths. lengths. lengths. lengths. lengths. The time was I hour 33 minutes and 67 67 3-5 3-5 3-5 seconds. seconds. This This This event was the feature feature of the day. day. The The starter starter who did.not did.not include Dick- Dick- Dick- entmann entmann of Holland the holder were Walthour America America America America Gerbte Gerbte Gerbte Gerbte Italy Han- Han- sen sen sen Denmark Slmar Slmar Kraute Kraute Oooer Oooer Oooer Belgium Belgium Belgium and Andemars Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland Slmar Slmar led at the the start start but but was overhauled and and passed passed passed by Walthour at the twentieth twentieth lap. lap. notwithstanding th fact fact fact that at at one one time time the the Frenchman Frenchman Frenchman had had a lead of a lap lap and a half. half. half. half. half. half. At this point point point it was evident that th race race lay lay lay between between between Walthour Walthour Walthour anil anil anil anil Slmar Slmar Slmar Slmar Slmar who who who clung clung clung clung together together together alternately alternately alternately taking taking the lead. lead. Six and .two-third .two-third .two-third .two-third .two-third .two-third mile mile Were Were Were covered in 9:54. 9:54. 9:54. 9:54. 9:54. 9:54. Walthour led" led" af the'end the'end ot ot the hour having having having jCOvereJd 40 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 mfles. mfles. The Frenchman then waa waa I-- I-- I-- I-- I-- of a'n a'n behind. behind. behind. behind. Oerble. Oerble. Oerble. who was third third andrid andrid ing ing ing gamely fell" fell" when fie had had covered 6 miles. miles. He was not seriouslyhurt seriouslyhurt seriouslyhurt but but re re tired. tired. tired. r Walthour Walthour Walthour held held the the lead with' with' Slmar pushing hl 'all-the 'all-the 'all-the 'all-the 'all-the way\to'the way\to'the way\to'the way\to'the finish.- finish.- Von der Stuyft. Stuyft. Stuyft. Stuyft. Belgium Belgium waa waa ihlrd. ihlrd. ihlrd. ihlrd. ihlrd. ihlrd. 4' 4' 4' 4' The'con The'con test wa wa conceded conceded to be'one be'one of the finest finest finest long d'lstance d'lstance d'lstance cycle race race seeri in England. England. England. England. Marco Marco Marco Marco Hurley Won Seat. Seat. London. London. September 3. 3. The world world cy- cy- tltng'champlonshlp tltng'champlonshlp tltng'champlonshlp contest'started contest'started contest'started contest'started contest'started at the Crystal Crystal palace- palace- palace- palace- palace- today' today' today' "with "with "with prelim&ary prelim&ary prelim&ary prelim&ary prelim&ary heat- heat- heat- heat- The The MmMlnaUywBl MmMlnaUywBl MmMlnaUywBl MmMlnaUywBl MmMlnaUywBl 'be 'be decided September 8. 8. a d the final final September IO Therwas splendid splendid splendid entry. entry. i i Harcus' Harcus' Harcus' Harcus' Hurley Hurley Hurley Hurley Hurley the 'American 'American amateur amateur ehamplon ehamplon ehamplon 'won 'won his heat "for "for UMJ UMJ amateur championship championship championship championship championship championship of the world 2'kilometer 2'kilometer 2'kilometer 2'kilometer Time 4:01. 4:01. 4:01. 4:01. Hurley Hurley caught-his caught-his caught-his competitor Buck OfLondon OfLondon OfLondon to to the straight straight straight and won after ft ft desperate finish finish by Iwb Tinr Tinr holder holder of1 the tide. tide. tide. JU JU Reed of of of London London also- also- 'won 'won hi heat Time Time 3:27 3:27 2-S. 2-S. 2-S. 2-S. v To th Voter Voter of rAtlanta rAtlanta I/ I/ I/ I/ resoectfullr resoectfullr announce my candidacy for for Alderman from.'the from.'the Fourth Ward subject subject subject to the' the' citr citr primary. primary. primary. primary. primary. to.be to.be held held held on'the on'the BUT BUT day of tha coming October. October. October. I have have have been citizen citizen citizen of Atlanta for for for 44 rears rears rears and have served the people as Aan. 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Ga. 1IEQEO 1IEQEO 1IEQEO BHOOT3 BHOOT3 BHOOT3 WX J J AB' AB' DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. September 3. 3. Wash Bradley Bradley a negro shot shot shot and mortally mortally wounded Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. N B. B. Barrow yesterday. yesterday. yesterday. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Barrow Barrow Barrow Barrow died died died this "afternoon "afternoon at I I o'clock. o'clock. o'clock. o'clock. o'clock. Bradley Bradley Bradley has -not -not -not been been been captured captured captured captured but hi capture capture capture Is expected soon. soon. It Is reported that that he was at Kanapaha Kanapaha thla thla afternoon. afternoon. Several posses posses posses are are are searching searching searching for him him him excitement excitement excitement i Intense and and if he 1 caught may may may be lynched. lynched. lynched. lynched. The re ward offered for for hi apprehension apprehension ha been raised to SI50. SI50. SI50. SI50. SI50. $24.95. $24.95. $24.95. BALTIMOBJB BALTIMOBJB AND AND BETUBBT Via Central Central Central Central of Georgia. Georgia. Georgia. Bailway- Bailway- Bailway- Bailway- To To To Savannah-and Savannah-and Savannah-and Savannah-and Savannah-and Savannah-and L- L- H. H. H. T. T. Co. Co. Steamers. Steamers. Steamers. Steamers. Tickets on on sale for steamers steamers sailing from from Savannah Savannah Savannah September September September 6 6 nd 10. 10. Lim ited ited September September 19 19 with with privilege privilege privilege privilege of ao ao extension-of extension-of extension-of extension-of extension-of limit limit until until September September September September September 25 by by depositing depositing ticket ticket with with Joint Agent Agent Agent Agent Agent Agent and and upon payment of ft ft 1.00. 1.00. 1.00. 1.00. 1.00. W. W. H. H. TOGO. TOGO. Trav. Trav. Trav. Trav. pass. pass. pass. pass. Agent Agent .Atlanta .Atlanta .Atlanta Ga Ga One fare plus twenty twenty five cents for the round trip by the Seaboard Air Line to to Richmond Richmond .Va. .Va. .Va. Tickets on sale Septem Septem Septem Septem ber ber 4th 5th 5th Gth Gth Gth and and 7th 7th wltiufinal limit to September 15th 1904. 1904. Through sleeping cars and day coaches without change. change. IF YOU A RE A A CANDID CANDID DATE AND WANT THE THE VOTES OPlTHB OPlTHB PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE PUT YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT IN IN THE CONSTITUTION AT ONCE. ONCE. Be sure read read first installment of" of" FOR K K K WOMAN'S WOMAN'S SAKE" SAKE" in today's today's today's today's Constitution. Constitution. Miss Iren Iren i iirigtpfi All Kind joj Heat n ignf ignf is Tr ov r M nriMly C' C' r K9fr'sww8& K9fr'sww8& ---V. ---V. W t."i t."i 'jll 'jll "t.c 1 j' j' U1. U1. f 'tJ. 'tJ. -jr. -jr. t" t" i. i. 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TUlie&lOOM. 12-David 12-David 12-David on 24-Aubum 24-Aubum 24-Aubum 24-Aubum 24-Aubum Octo I5-WUb I5-WUb I5-WUb on t 27-cJemaoneollere' 27-cJemaoneollere' 27-cJemaoneollere' 27-cJemaoneollere' Ia. Ia. 9 tobe1' tobe1' .2o-UnLvers1t7 .2o-UnLvers1t7 .2o-UnLvers1t7 .2o-UnLvers1t7 .2o-UnLvers1t7 lo- lo- cu1turaJ C'l\1lnic&lcoUp C'l\1lnic&lcoUp C'l\1lnic&lcoUp C'l\1lnic&lcoUp C'l\1lnic&lcoUp N ember' ember' 12-Tulane 12-Tulane 12-Tulane 2.c-.V 2.c-.V 2.c-.V 2.c-.V 2.c-.V n4erbnl1mlnnty 22-Southwe 22-Southwe 22-Southwe in .In .In Jtrllf and'Yeebanfeal and'Yeebanfeal eoJ.1ege..t eoJ.1ege..t eoJ.1ege..t an Ten'.Alt'k' Ten'.Alt'k' ttural an4.1feehaDfcal' an4.1feehaDfcal' an4.1feehaDfcal' abroad'earl abroad'earl 12-Sewanee. 12-Sewanee. 12-Sewanee. 12-Sewanee. I Lou Stat'tmlver-- Stat'tmlver-- Stat'tmlver-- dty..at.bome. dty..at.bome. .Nonmber:24-Untverattat .Nonmber:24-Untverattat .Nonmber:24-Untverattat .Nonmber:24-Untverattat .Nonmber:24-Untverattat .1 .1 1 tp. tp. P1) P1) a ymtty t.t.tJiba t.t.tJiba a .Y .Y erWt. erWt. Octo 1 s P1l. P1l. crk lJurat. lJurat. JlechanlcaJ..eollejfe JlechanlcaJ..eollejfe Oc ober's..N ober's..N h C rol1na'A&rl rol1na'A&rl 1turat c UnIT n1tT p j ,0000bU ,0000bU ,0000bU ,0000bU Z IuOur1. IuOur1. of tnea. tnea. tral "tm1ventt7 "tm1ventt7 "tm1ventt7 nmb r CZncl 1J1 I& I& I& i Octoberls. Octoberls. &tCJez &tCJez 8tf. 8tf. Otober'22-oeorzta Otober'22-oeorzta Otober'22-oeorzta Otober'22-oeorzta CIem.i CIem.i 1r i Novembet.t Novembet.t n1 t nneuee. nneuee. IL KD \9"em \9"em \9"em 2 E it. it. "t-- "t-- "t-- -4 -4 l t 1 p -rJ -rJ c. c. i .f. .f. 'iI1 'iI1 r. r. IL C"4" C"4" 1. 1. I\r I\r I\r 'I.t.ru' 'I.t.ru' 1'.t 1'.t 1'.t JJl. JJl. RAOe II1 lEONImN r j \aroifH \aroifH WQ. WQ. E'lr1 E'lr1 E'lr1 ,8. ,8. ,8. t Utgp' Utgp' n r t JJIrr .f' .f' .t .t ir 't 't 't. 't. t. t. l. l. 1 t f t f'- f'- f'- .11 .11 1 'f 'f t 1. 1. t 1.1 1.1 B BBY. BBY. W.ALTBotm W.ALTBotm l t'Wbo t'Wbo WorJd'a01amplon- WorJd'a01amplon- WorJd'a01amplon- P'f P'f Lon' Lon' Tn" Tn" 1. 1. meter e4.p.raJ e4.p.raJ e4.p.raJ cha.mp cha.mp nah1p ih r d.held d.held 'In 'In ndon. ndon. c eoutestbetWeen W lthou' lthou' tor nfat..ptace. nfat..ptace. For 'loD 'loD t1me' t1me' t1me' the reOD' reOD' tema but iJ tab W Jthoar' Jthoar' bta bta pPQ t. t. in. in. l 7e.ter 7e.ter &Y &Y ahoth ahoth haTe-- haTe-- arked n and'haa.m.a4e and'haa.m.a4e and'haa.m.a4e for.btm for.btm 11 Amert .or .or uro- uro- aron thl.l.trlp thl.l.trlp I f e Tlctin-In Tlctin-In Tlctin-In Tlctin-In Tlctin-In aixother aixother aixother aixother t1l' t1l' on tracks. tracks. BU to track. track. and I m op. op. the.other the.other In. In. wulost 0 the' the' v oi n'of n'of t. t. on theoccaaion Whl 4 h1a h1a deat race wlthv1ctoy 'att 'att r 111 'the 'the lar st Atlanta-history Atlanta-history Atlanta-history Atlanta-history Atlanta-history Hlsop occal on 'ot.the 'ot.the re con- con- 1s racl c 'game. 'game. arrange menta 'hese. 'hese. t e and. and. ould tovera. tovera. tovera. ollbe pmt e TlctoryfonOWI- TlctoryfonOWI- September3.-(7:3 September3.-(7:3 September3.-(7:3 September3.-(7:3 September3.-(7:3 September3.-(7:3 W&Jthour.ot W&Jthour.ot lttIome er motor'.pa.cedprofes- motor'.pa.cedprofes- motor'.pa.cedprofes- .of .of was s73-5 s73-5 s73-5 ec nda. nda. enntwu atarterawho dId .not .not lnc1 deDlck- deDlck- Hot1 .ld. .ld. holder.'wm holder.'wm UaJY.Hac- UaJY.Hac- UaJY.Hac- UaJY.Hac- aen.Denmatk aen.Denmatk 81m .r .r l 'ra.n'C 'ra.n'C andAndemus led.atthe.1tart. led.atthe.1tart. led.atthe.1tart. W1LIOni byW&1thaur byW&1thaur afth notwiu standlnl' standlnl' .tho .tho .bs4' .bs4' .bs4' ofa 1 D At..th1I. At..th1I. At..th1I. 1tWunSdtntth&t.1h 1tWunSdtntth&t.1h 1tWunSdtntth&t.1h c8'a7 c8'a7 n1 two-t2111'I two-t2111'I two-t2111'I two-t2111'I nn coTu d m8 .W .W 1thoUr.lecrafth 1thoUr.lecrafth 61\1 61\1 61\1 61\1 h Ul' Ul' i.COv i.COv red m 'heFrenchn1an 'heFrenchn1an then'm then'm I-s.otafmne I-s.otafmne I-s.otafmne rble.1rh. rble.1rh. rble.1rh. wa.th wa.th me1Tfe1 hen.i hen.i b 'Cow 'Cow redw mU .B. .B. wLlno r Walt our'b our'b 14.tii.t 14.tii.t 14.tii.t wt S mar PUShtn. PUShtn. C. C. htm. htm. .w .w Y.to. Y.to. i.th. i.th. t n1 h..t.- h..t.- or..der or..der Jgtum.wu Jgtum.wu 'The'eonteat-wucanced 'The'eonteat-wucanced 'The'eonteat-wucanced 'The'eonteat-wucanced no' no' be' be' e .t .t lonc4l.tan lonc4l.tan e'qcJ e'qcJ ra 'affi 'affi bln& bln& .I .I V IArcUK rIeiW lI t L ft "sept "sept ber tfj c rlcf.e1 rlcf.e1 'dWnplou.ltdP 'dWnplou.ltdP t-th& t-th& t-th& t-th& t 4aT heat.'I'h.fj'ae heat.'I'h.fj'ae 1J J 4ecld Sept mber tDe'fJnal. tDe'fJnal. Se mber' mber' 'l'hmiw 'l'hmiw nt -1. -1. the'&ni the'&ni rliau eJWn1' eJWn1' wor\'h wor\'h wor\'h wor\'h a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te a'.l1utforth4I\&mi.te the:1r the:1r .lttJomet .lttJomet T1me'04:01 T1me'04:01 lt rlei' rlei' ihi 1taC Jri U t t Lond 12'In"th 12'In"th r ft c1 f bT.t bT.t eeL 'T"d.J'hold. 'T"d.J'hold. of Jti n1 'ro.t 'ro.t Yoten.of Yoten.of t1Aat u iiD1 r- r- emi b4ic .q .q to Atdenlwlrom.theFourtJi1Ward. Atdenlwlrom.theFourtJi1Ward. Atdenlwlrom.theFourtJi1Ward. to'th.\dtT. to'th.\dtT. to'th.\dtT. to'th.\dtT. to. to. be 01i .th8' .th8' .th8' ItI'-d ItI'-d ItI'-d ItI'-d .Y. .Y. of.'th'com1n of.'th'com1n of.'th'com1n of.'th'com1n .Oet .Oet ber :1 :1 beeDa 'ofeAtlant& 'ofeAtlant& nu.an4 nu.an4 ft.aernd'th ft.aernd'th peopteai meJl1btr-ot.th meJl1btr-ot.th meJl1btr-ot.th meJl1btr-ot.th the"COMC1ou. the"COMC1ou. the"COMC1ou. DeIS'that'JDT-enrj" DeIS'that'JDT-enrj" DeIS'that'JDT-enrj" DeIS'that'JDT-enrj" DeIS'that'JDT-enrj" by"r4' by"r4' to14o"hatw. to14o"hatw. to14o"hatw. (1)ubHc'IOOd.at1d-oa (1)ubHc'IOOd.at1d-oa (1)ubHc'IOOd.at1d-oa (1)ubHc'IOOd.at1d-oa (1)ubHc'IOOd.at1d-oa U U -pubUc.olei&1' -pubUc.olei&1' -pubUc.olei&1' -pubUc.olei&1' rlTate-dURiJ. rlTate-dURiJ. rlTate-dURiJ. 2e i K.eleetecLthatt K.eleetecLthatt aK 11& 11& Te etoee'lob- etoee'lob- etoee'lob- fr f""t f""t "i "i ,1 ,1 'f. 'f. .i .i -'CC/ -'CC/ -'CC/ C' C' .ffR. .ffR. I ohri1r g 'Cb 'Cb Jr arRout t i 'R' 'R' TE tI. tI. t-TO t-TO t-TO r..iL r..iL tU ND SElBOI' SElBOI' SElBOI' .SUTT.DAl .SUTT.DAl FIFTEEN.DU. FIFTEEN.DU. FIFTEEN.DU. COIGB.ElCURSIIi COIGB.ElCURSIIi COIGB.ElCURSIIi COIGB.ElCURSIIi 30..00 30..00 30..00 30..00 30..00 5251G5 5251G5 5251G5 $210 $210 85 f4.20 f4.20 f4.20 f4.20 ---TICKETS' ---TICKETS' ---TICKETS' ---TICKETS' \TICKETS" \TICKETS" \TICKETS" \TICKETS" -TICKETS' -TICKETS' -TICKETS' TICKETS. TICKETS. SOli T H1 jAN 'Ti-IE 'Ti-IE 'Ti-IE 'Ti-IE ONLVLlN freerectlnlng carL ONCYLINE .ervlnSlaU'm .ervlnSlaU'm al'JndlnJng"c al'JndlnJng"c r. r. LJNEvlaLexlngton and.Loullvme. and.Loullvme. Ot4L.Y Ot4L.Y Ot4L.Y NEvla tln. tln. fnn t'yandl t'yandl lanapoIlL. lanapoIlL. THFIOUGHPULLMAN SLE.EPING'CARS. SLE.EPING'CARS. SLE.EPING'CARS. C achExcuralont cketlg od. od. en daYl.wili daYl.wili be' be' .lolduchTu. .lolduchTu. al'cThuraday al'cThuraday 'th.montho.fS 'th.montho.fS ptem. ptem. er TlcketOffJ e and'.lee' and'.lee' l'ChHr l'ChHr 9 d' d' J. J. Co. Co. R. R. Pal&e Pal&e ger Southern. Southern. Ra lwar"Atlanta lwar"Atlanta imGBoS1iOO'l'S imGBoS1iOO'l'S wo.U1i wo.U1i wo.U1i ptember3.-Wash ptember3.-Wash ptember3.-Wash ptember3.-Wash ptember3.-Wash an. an. 1ffo. 1ffo. and. and. mO f Jut da.t. da.t. .tbla"afternoon. .tbla"afternoon. .tbla"afternoon. .tbla"afternoon. at.1 at.1 but.hU but.hU .is.expected.flOOD. .is.expected.flOOD. .is.expected.flOOD. .is.expected.flOOD. .UlI .UlI rep ited. ited. .at .at Kanapa.hathla' Kanapa.hathla' Intenleand.1f Intenleand.1f lIea ht. ht. re- re- re- re- ward'offered ward'offered hla. hla. hla. henstoQhU been'rals been'rals been'rals .to.II50. .to.II50. .to.II50. AL'rDtOn.EANDBE'1'11BN' AL'rDtOn.EANDBE'1'11BN' AL'rDtOn.EANDBE'1'11BN' R Uwa Savam1 h. h. aud.-K. aud.-K. aud.-K. 1I T.'Co. T.'Co. Steam rs. rs. Jefor .teAJn .teAJn r..IUnC r..IUnC end end IO.L1m- IO.L1m- IO.L1m- IO.L1m- ltedS faI J pl.rment.ofII.OO. pl.rment.ofII.OO. W.1LFOGG. W.1LFOGG. W.1LFOGG. W.1LFOGG. W.1LFOGG. W.1LFOGG. .A .A ta.Ga. ta.Ga. .d' .d' Ouefare"PltlS Ouefare"PltlS fivec nfsorJheround tripbtth aeab9ard'.Ai aeab9ard'.Ai aeab9ard'.Ai 'V 'V I" I" TiC t .s .s le. le. b.er b.er th.5tb.6ih th.5tb.6ih th.5tb.6ih n4 o "W1'hjfil1arU "W1'hjfil1arU it. it. o Sep em'b. em'b. r J5t.lj J5t.lj 1 J4. J4. Tbr 1g leepin'gcar leepin'gcar I' I' j .d rcoaches.'f rcoaches.'f tJt.l tJt.l c an e. e. YU' YU' -:1iREA -:1iREA -:1iREA AN'DWANT AN'DWANT VOTES'OE VOTES'OE HE PU TYOUR' TYOUR' THECONSTITU" THECONSTITU" 'l'ION.A 'l'ION.A NC Be's Be's e I O f. f. 1staUment.of"'F 1staUment.of"'F 1staUment.of"'F t c. c. J f n' n' 1 j i i t /f /f .f .f fJ it r fa i M lr f b1gtQ"'III b1gtQ"'III rid.i rid.i t 6jj 'T"E.IQNA 'T"E.IQNA TI.E. TI.E. "tj" "tj" AIJ1Ji.4 AIJ1Ji.4 f. f. f- f- A Y f .1. .1. .1. P INTED INTED ATIE IO" IO" aE7'"ICEI aE7'"ICEI J J'ji J'ji t r J ThL g' g' Q 4 D RESTE fl St. St. LoutarfLt Un ont. ont. f I d pui-portlnW pui-portlnW pui-portlnW b S 's 's me a h oIMIi c2iea-y c2iea-y c2iea-y t bacZ a tor$4 tor$4 7 Dere- Dere- I It ed the SI7 usptcjou -tefe' -tefe' -tefe' as thSOT a woiderful nCrTJ eady an4 rt- rt- WOTX111C WheAthe4 ig inoey manager bItT np.e np.e Lou that th. th. 1d I day. day. w what mOn I irn e 1o for pa U. U. g t S.fl4. S.fl4. S.fl4. make i not BeI nec. nec. OX ar. ar. veItng t tG y flni.IIty flni.IIty 1 waLui .F. .F. k. k. reaCh St. St. y. y. th h' h' make goOd T Uon 1f .ay .ay a 1113 znOth1 ra atJ'O& atJ'O& tw I t faTflIT appe3Z t re1 sa71 on.Of on.Of Itved b r he tnet wI COX1. Ofl fiVe triI th L-iilC. L-iilC. L-iilC. ets 10th. 10th. 11th and 12th. 12th. sep. sep. ExtenstOli to.Se to.Se er m y depositjntick paymen. paymen. U eXtCflsjofl I Yilbe p rmIttd 'gaud 'gaud return tW i. i. 'A 'A 1iii p 1' 1' a b ic .p--.i .p--.i .p--.i 0 k2 C r- r- -j -j 2 f a4 Fw th&CHanges th&CHanges if rs the S1efp1 yLWhat 'ti 'ti the Changes Are Summaijzed r\ r\ J. J. -I -I By J V. V. h h .2i .2i -r -r or Ia poa fld qnutloui otthe usast change In i Ie thu 3 ur noIe ortant affee f To orna to Hecuba. Hecuba. the "iornethlng "iornethlng new whtc rgt&teg rgt&teg eId .11 .11 iraIIe ay tb t e1d fet nts 1 m th aee of In th roperI t nak tO.put tO.put Acbnrn -it -it Ti' Ti' It. It. The teotbafl a m lae b play' play' t still 21 year2riie b to m4e. m4e. i onents Dot icr 9 theas lt ooted ke5 ft ft ft iar out Itself I I e uat I czon. czon. It b we-learn we-learn we-learn t bidien I if thh fag t. t. to-whiOk to-whiOk to-whiOk easeS ftey -penalty -penalty totba ifthey ofcomie so .Iet .Iet pe the euld I 2 year's. year's. tate jf w1nnerof toss the geal v Is also a the has alwayJ thiS. thiS. mtia fiph for the tetter. tetter. renderlnt.ItleU renderlnt.ItleU mtZuC5. mtZuC5. Zn a a t'Me t'Me forfeltaltbe jtwIe.in jtwIe.in one -ff -ff kieking'it-OUt kieking'it-OUt kieking'it-OUt kieking'it-OUt serimmigetoPi'O serimmigetoPi'O tltI 'thr 'thr own yft41nai lait flne an -411iihrule -411iihrule U ote&mwiil. ote&mwiil. ptirpoieii1 k P' P' IuEvezion. IuEvezion. oUntJ. oUntJ. toifltUe bow- bow- \ee \ee a the cajepeidoul Or i3eyerartaec I lices 14 IS. IS. IS f.Zd f.Zd I r r4 fDT3I1- fDT3I1- 'rncieI 'rncieI eepROifr d d he -political -political tILn pert j'as j'as Pepar a a foreUtOf the U1t.O1 U1t.O1 elecdQfi.Bod elecdQfi.Bod this with a t aseing -r -r U sent upon applIcatIon. applIcatIon. will tli b&gIt& b&gIt& enter 790T PtI Ce Ce oar list will forW1I $5 $5 the' the' bettlaf Otidi Otidi .Qfl .Qfl the IbUgesof 11W. 11W. Information. Information. r t. t. C 'C 'C r I a. a. i l 'L'i 'L'i e cbane ralewas that lathe ml dieI be ot1therq lIne. lIne. ifwthln23 goal elt er' er' learn could pity witha' witha' few on 'ush 'ush This was a a lamentable ztkte of-affairs of-affairs of-affairs au -t -t ixizto stock tYleS oenz1ye play one suitedtoj. suitedtoj. mtfifleld 101. 101. gOalWork. gOalWork. gealo otmany c acheitd. acheitd. nTi- nTi- Up0flLth the.necessttyrodoIng the.necessttyrodoIng sway this do le rule. rule. -A. -A. a result .bave .bave tM.3 tM.3 yesza sort .of' .of' cozppmrniaerule itaoperation the pmyMestiat Ieast ala inehot the-bill the-bill the-bill must aiwaysbe on.tlie on.tlie scrtmnage.but scrtmnage.but &T &T manwho aa in of ay IIn otplay se 3reIr t4' t4' yer r thisnature personallyXthlnk vomea hi I I poair i hi 'fz 'fz clea.rl clea.rl 5 5 b Fr 0 H and.eazy and.eazy toeven arenumerous present-known present-known present-known of-a-field of-a-field of-a-field of-a-field ecline shall whTch iii. iii. stancewise. stancewise. direction ac- ac- As. As. wfl be the feat. feat. been-the been-the been-the a kid not a parior'gamendflOt- parior'gamendflOt- parior'gamendflOt- "reformed" "reformed" not-b not-b not-b saitsd&the saitsd&the Next the pri cet.s cet.s of thearo1 southem 1' 1' -t-'t. -t-'t. -t-'t. ifeitrilanwiulaniwer. ifeitrilanwiulaniwer. he of Ibe nestthos tO e O uponwhich be doubt BC -1re -1re 1POrtl The Constitution. Constitution. NnttaI E31d1 ChntpI nz1ifP. nz1ifP. NeirportB. NeirportB. L. L. September 3.-Joe 3.-Joe 3.-Joe 3.-Joe hut' hut' of the cottagers. cottagers. The race was -ces.nd -ces.nd the.4Cem the.4Cem In 3- 3- 22 fl2inhIti 45,34 45,34 econs. econs. an. an. 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