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kS ss r- r- 3f e 'THE 'THE COMffrrrUtlON CA CA CA FRIDAY NOVEMBER2B tt19. tt19. tt19. tt19. -A -A i t& t& \3 \3 r 'PAGE.NINCTEl 'PAGE.NINCTEl ilftiitt lose 14-7 14-7 14-7 14-7 Triumphed rV s y v 5 f\ f\ ft 4 jf 9. 9. Uver Mississippi Mississippi s Aggies Score 14-6 14-6 14-6 14-6 14-6 14-6 14-6 Terrific Battle Was Staged Staged in in in in Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham When Crimson's Crimson's "Thin "Thin Red Line" Line" Clashed With A. A. and M. M. Birmingham Birmingham Ala Ala Ala Ala November November 27. 27. Special. Special. After playing a scoreless half Alabama came back strong in in in the second second naif naif and defeated Mis- Mis- Mis- lsslppl lsslppl lsslppl lsslppl lsslppl A. A. A A A A M-r M-r M-r U U to 6 in the Thanksgiving Thanksgiving contest at Rickwood Rickwood Rickwood Rickwood park park here this afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. The Maroons' Maroons' lone touchdown touchdown came came came came In In the longest run and the only one of of its kind kind kind ever seen here here At the beginning of of the second half half JBoone JBoone JBoone for Alabama Alabama kicked to the Aggies' Aggies' Aggies' 20-yara 20-yara 20-yara 20-yara 20-yara 20-yara 20-yara line. line. Little Little for for the Mlsslnlpplans Mlsslnlpplans Mlsslnlpplans caught the ball and ian ian ian ian right through the Alabama Alabama line for for 80 yards yards yards yards and a touchdown. touchdown. The "thin "thin "thin red line" line" line" line" was completely dumbfounded for for the time time itusseli itusseli itusseli failed failed to kick goal goal The Alabama warriors warriors not to be outdone outdone came back strong strong strong and by a series series of line bucks bucks bucks and short short short end runs Stevenson carried the oval over over over over over for Alabama's first first touchdown. touchdown. Boone easily kicked goal goal and thus Alabama bad bad a 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt 7-to-tt point lead. lead. Spectacular Spectacular Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Touchdown. Alabama's Alabama's Alabama's second second touchdown touchdown came in a ipectacular ipectacular ipectacular ipectacular manner. manner. By the the aid of of a 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard forward forward pans pans pans trom trom Stevenson to J. J. J. J. Hovater Hovater the spheroid was carried to the Maroon B B three-yard three-yard three-yard line Alabama advanced the the ball to the the one-yard one-yard one-yard line line and was was held for downs. downs. When Bowers attempted attempted to kick out of danger the ball was blocked by Captain Ike Rogers Rogers Rogers who fell fell on it behind A. A. M/s M/s M/s M/s M/s M/s line for Alabama's second second touchdown touchdown Thus Captain Rogers Rogers playing his last year and last last game game game as as right tackle for for the Crimson Crimson team team made hit first t touchdown of of the ear. ear. ear. t During During the first half half the ball see-sawed see-sawed see-sawed see-sawed see-sawed see-sawed up and down the middle of of the field with the punting be tween Stevenson for Alabama and Klindworth Klindworth Bowers Bowers for for the Aggies Aggies Aggies being about equal equal O Connor Alabama's star drop kicker kicker was Knocked Knocked out early in the game. game. Sewell who was was substituted for him. him. made two efforts efforts to kick goal goal but both went wide the mark by inches. inches. During the fourth quarter A. A. M. M. M. opened up with a dazzling dazzling aerial at tack that seriously seriously threatened the Crimson goal for a time time but the effective effective work of of J. J. J. J. J. Hovater and Boone Boone Alabama Alabama Alabama s two ends prevented any material gains gains Alabama wa wa wa not as effective with forward passes as were the Stark\ Stark\ Hie players players although the 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard pass from from Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson to J. J. J. J. J. Hovater Hovater Hovater pa\ed pa\ed pa\ed pa\ed the way to the second touchdown touchdown Much Roaghnms Roaghnms Roaghnms Snown. Snown. Snown. Snown. Snown. Snown. The game was characterized by considerable considerable roughness on both sides. sides. Hough. Hough. Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi right half half half suffered suffered a broken jaw bone in the fourth quarter quarter Besides O Con nor nor wno wno wno was was was knocked out In the tlrst tlrst quarter quarter Lenolr Lenolr Lenolr Alabama Alabama Alabama s tleety tleety tleety tleety tleety back back received a terrific blow in in th& th& th& th& second-auart second-auart second-auart second-auart second-auart F. F. However However However However he was was able to play a a little in in the last last last Of the fourth. fourth. Besides Captain Rogers Rogers vrho vrho blocked the kick and converted it into a touchdown. touchdown. Boone. Boone. Alabama Alabama Alabama s brilliant end end was the outstanding tar tar tar of of of the game game He He He He was quick to get under punts and threw a number of A M. M. M. backs for losses losses losses while while not a a foot foot was gained around his end end IiUU IiUU IiUU IiUU IiUU IiUU by his his sensational sensational 80-yard 80-yard 80-yard 80-yard 80-yard run for a touchdown was the star star of the Maroon aggregation aggregation With With the eluslveness eluslveness eluslveness of a a snake he he squirmed squirmed through the Crimson line line and and was was away away away 'for 'for 'for 'for a touchdown In In the first first play of of the second half half half Howard. Howard. Carpenter and Henley jjlayed jjlayed jjlayed jjlayed up to their uraal uraal uraal uraal high stand stand ard. ard. ard. ard. With With the layout of two of Alabama's chief chief backfield backfield men men Stevenson's driving plunges registered a touchdown for his team and was in strumental strumental in bringing the other other counter. counter. Sewell. Sewell. who was substituted fO' fO' O Connor was good on re turning turning punts. punts. punts. punts. The The game game ended with the oval In Alabama's Alabama's possession and slightly slightly slightly In the Aggies' Aggies' Aggies' Aggies' territory. territory. The The Lineups Lineups Lineups and Summary. Summary. Summary. Summary. ALA. ALA. ALA. Pot Pot Pot Pot Pot MISS. MISS. A A .M. .M. J J J J Hovater .L. .L. .L. .L. .L. .L. E E E E Bowers Bowers Brown L.T L.T Carpenter Carpenter Capt Capt Johnson I G Henley Henley Sessions C Blair Blair Hood R. R. Q Q Q Askew Askew Rogers Capt.R.T Capt.R.T Capt.R.T East East Boone Boone R E. E. Blllingsley Blllingsley Blllingsley 1 W. W. Hovater Hovater Hovater Q Klindworth Klindworth Klindworth Lenolr Lenolr L.H\ L.H\ Little Little O Connor Connor Connor R. R. R. Hafc. Hafc. Hough Hough Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson F Russell Russell Substitutes Alabama. Alabama. Sewell Sewell for for O Connor. Connor. Connor. Connor. Connor. Emmett for for Lenolr Lenolr Lenolr Jones Jones for Hood. Hood. Lenolr Lenolr for for Emmett Mis Mis sissippi sissippi sissippi A. A. M. M. Pikes Pikes for Billings- Billings- Billings- Quakers Closed 1919 Sea son in in Blaze Blaze of of Glory Showing Superiority Over Opponents Opponents in All Departments. Departments. Philadelphia Philadelphia November 27 The Unlversltj Unlversltj Unlversltj of of Pennsylvania football football team closed the season today with a brilliant brilliant victory victory over over Cornell Cornell in their annual Thanksgiving day game game 21 21 21 to 0 The Quakers showed superiority over Cornell in every department -of -of the game and their goal line- line- line- line- was ne\er ne\er ne\er ne\er in danger of being crossed by the Ithacans Ithacans Ithacans Ithacans The Red and Blue played a wide open game forward forward passes nettln nettln many yards and two touchdowns. touchdowns. Cornell showed no offensive power and in only two critical periods periods whon whon her her goal line was was in in danger danger did the New York state team exhibit strength In stopping the Penn- Penn- syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. syUantans. One Intance Intance came 4n 4n the first first period period when Pennsylvania had easily worked the ball ball to one yard from from the Cornell goal. goal. The Quakers Quakers having had an -easy -easy -easy -easy time pushing the pigskin aloqg. aloqg. aloqg. aloqg. aloqg. aloqg. tried four times to carry it across across but Cornell Cornell braced and held her her her opponents for for for for downs downs Pennsy. Pennsy. Position Position Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Hopper L. L. L. E E Hoff Hoff Titzel Titzel L. L. T. T. .Knauss .Knauss Thomas L. L. G G Strauss L. L. L. L. Wray C Horrell Jseylong Jseylong Jseylong R R G G P Miller Miller Miller Little R T T Button Button H. H. Miller Miller R. R. R. R. R. E E Finn Bell Bell Q B. B. Shiverick J J J J Strauss Strauss .L .L .L H H Garry Brunner Brunner R H. H. Schuler Light KB Mayer Mayer Score by periods Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 0 7 10 7 24 Cornell Cornell Cornell 0 0 0 Pennsylvania scoring Touch- Touch- Touch- don ns. ns. Hopper Hopper Light. Light. H H Miller goals from touchdowns touchdowns Brunner Brunner 3 goals from from field field Brunner. Brunner. Brunner. Brunner. Referee Referee C. C. J. J. J. J. McCartv McCartv McCartv Germantown academy umpire W. W. C. C. CroWell Swarth- Swarth- Swarth- more field judge. judge. R. R. R. R. W W Maxwell Swarthmore linesmen linesmen linesmen linesmen linesmen Carl Mar Mar shall shall shall shall Harvard Harvard Time of periods periods 15 15 15 minutes each each HAMPTON ROADS WON NAVAL CHAMPIONSHIP Washington Washington Washington Washington November 27 Hampton Roads training station station station won the eastern naval football football football championship here today by defeat defeat defeat defeat ing the team team of the Battleship Battleship Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania flagship flagship flagship of the Atlantic fleet fleet fleet 27 to 13 13 in an spect p- p- ular game game game game Secretary- Secretary- Secretary- Daniels Daniels Daniels As As sistant sistant sistant Secretary Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt and other high naval officials officials were pres pres ent ent and joined In the impartial ap ap plause plause of of the crowd crowd crowd which filled filled filled the Central High School stadium. stadium. Both teams uncovered a splendid splendid serial serial offensive offensive and employed the the the famous famous Helsman Helsman Helsman shift to advan advan tage tage tage The outstanding feature was was a 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard 30-yard forward pass pass from Captain Madden to Quarterback Wat Wat Wat son son who ran 40 yards for Pennsyl Pennsyl Pennsyl Pennsyl vania s first touchdown touchdown touchdown touchdown W. W. Virginia Virginia 7 7 W. W. and J. J. 0. 0. 0. 0. Morgan town W. W. Va- Va- Va- Va- November November 27 West Virginia won a signal signal victory from Washington and Jeffer Jeffer son college college here today today 7 to 0- 0- 0- An An other of of those lightning-like lightning-like lightning-like lightning-like lightning-like forward passing attacks in the first first period such as swept Princeton and Rutgers off off their feet earlier in the the season season season season was responsible for the vic- vic- vic- vic- vic- Herman Herman Wins Wins Wins Bout. Bout. Jer ey City N N J. J. J. J. November 27 Pete Herman of of New Orleans Orleans Orleans the world's world's bantamweight champion outfought Mickey Russell Russell a local boy boy boy in an eight-round eight-round eight-round eight-round eight-round bout which went the limit limit here today today Russell Russell put up a plucky aggressive battle battle but the champion was too clever for him him Herman Herman weighed weighed weighed weighed pound pound pound pound pound and Russell Russell 118 118 ley. ley. ley. ley. Perry for Klindworth Klindworth McWIl- McWIl- McWIl- McWIl- McWIl- McWIl- llams llams llams for Hough Hough Hough Hough Hough Allen Allen for for Fikes Fikes Fikes Billlngsley Billlngsley Billlngsley for for for for Blair. Blair. Score by quarters. quarters. Alabama 007 7 14 Mississippi Mississippi A.&M A.&M 0 0 0 6 6 Summary Touchdowns Little Little 1 Stevenson 1 Rogers 1. 1. Goals from from touchdowns touchdowns Boone 2. 2. Referee. Referee. Referee. William Strelt Strelt Strelt Auburn. Auburn. Umpire Umpire Tech Tlchenor Tlchenor Auburn Head linesman. linesman. J. J. S Counselman Counselman Counselman Counselman V. V. M. M. I Time of of quarters. quarters. quarters. quarters. 15 15 minutes. minutes. Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Shirts for for Men THE MANHATTAN SHIRT OFFERS OFFERS A full cut cut carefully-finished carefully-finished carefully-finished shirt which 5s 5s guaranteed in every respect. respect. The colors are fast and will not fade and you must derive satisfactory wear from from each MANHATTAN MANHATTAN SHIRT you purchase "here. "here. "here. Rarigng Rarigng in in in price from $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 to 117.85 117.85 117.85 117.85 117.85 there is a shirt shirt for every need and the splendid selection selection of colors' colors' colors' colors' and designs offers a shirt to suit every individual notion notion of what a shirt should be. be. be. WE HAVE OTHER OTHER SHIRTS TOO ESPECIALLY Silk Shirts for personal service or for the gift gift There are ties to blend with the shirt wonderful ties in many materials materials materials and in a bewildering array array of de signs. signs. There are collars collars from the stiff collar in many styles to the Hand Craft hand-tailored hand-tailored hand-tailored hand-tailored hand-tailored collar collar which represents represents the acme of collar collar manufacture. manufacture. manufacture. manufacture. Ckamberlin Johnson- Johnson- Johnson- DuBofee DuBofee DuBofee DuBofee Co. Co. Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt .Triumphs .Triumphs .Triumphs .Triumphs .Triumphs .Triumphs Over Over Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee for Twentieth Time in Thirty Thirty Years of Playing Tigers Fought Hard. Hard. i Nashville. Nashville. Nashville. Nashville. Teniu Teniu November 27. 27. For the twentieth time In their thirty years years years of of of gridiron relations relations the Commodores triumphed triumphed triumphed triumphed over their ancient ancient rivals the Sewanee Sewanee Tigers on- on- on- on- Dudley field this this afternoon by by by the score of 33 to 21 after four pe riods riods of spectacular football on a field field field heavy from from recent rains. rains. Coming down tor tor tor the annual annual battle a supposedly supposedly crippled crippled Tlsrer. Tlsrer. Tlsrer. Tlsrer. Coach Abell's Abell's Abell's Abell's eleven put up a game fight fight fight throughout compelling compelling the- the- McGugin McGugin McGugin team to extend extend itself to to come out of of the contest with the long end of of the score. score. score. score. Te Te Lineup Lineup Lineup d d SoBuuury. SoBuuury. SoBuuury. SoBuuury. SoBuuury. SoBuuury. SoBuuury. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. VAND-BRBILT. Po Po SEWANEE. SEWANEE. SEWANEE. SEWANEE. Adams Adams R. R. R. E. E. E. Conway Llpscomb Llpscomb Llpscomb R. R. T. T. Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Basley R. R. R. R. G. G. G. G. Stoney Earlv Earlv Earlv C. C. Settle Settle Settle Hendrlx Hendrlx L. L. G G Skidmore Skidmore Skidmore Cody C C I T. T. T. Braley Zerfoss L. L. L. L. E. E. E. E. Evans Evans Evans Evans Latham Q. Q. Clarke Floyd R. R. R. R. H H Canghlan Canghlan Richardson L. L. L. L. H. H. H. Harper C. C. Wade F F B Burton Burton Substitutions Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt. B rry- rry- rry- rry- hlll hlll hlll for Richardson. Richardson. Richardson. Richardson. Sherman for for Floyd. Floyd. McGill for Meenlck Meenlck Meenlck Goar for for Zerfoss Zerfoss Zerfoss Floyd Floyd for Sherman Sherman Zerfoss Zerfoss for Goar Goar Goar Goar Sherman for Adams Adams Wlggs Wlggs Wlggs for Wade Wade Neil Neil foe foe foe foe Sherman Sherman Sherman for Floyd. Floyd. Wiirgs Wiirgs Wiirgs for Wade Wade Wade for for Bailey. Bailey. Bailey. Bailey. Bailey. Bailey. Buckner for Wade Sewanee Onerry Onerry for for Burton Burton Satterlee Satterlee for Bettle. Bettle. Bettle. Bettle. Bettle. Bettle. Werner Werner Werner for for Skidmore Skidmore Council for Caughlan. Caughlan. Caughlan. Caughlan. Scoring Touchdowns Latham 2) 2) Zerfoss Zerfoss (2) (2) Berryhill. Berryhill. Berryhill. Hendrick Hendrick for Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt. Harper (2) (2) Catfgh- Catfgh- Catfgh- Catfgh- lan. lan. lan. lan. for Sewanee. Sewanee. Goato Goato Goato From Touchdown Cody 3 Clarke 3. 3. Officials Ed Finley Finley Virginia referee. referee. referee. Henderson Chicago Chicago Chicago umpire Thomas Thomas Thomas Purdue head linesman. On the Screen By FULLERTON Of Major Sports Sports For the first first first time time In more than than two years I am encouraged over the the baseball outlook. outlook. outlook. outlook. The world's world's se ries ries ries and its its consequent annual scan scan dal. dal. the Mays Mays case case case case case with with its at at tendant tendant tendant nauseating disclosures disclosures the the feud between Johnson and and and and Comiskej Comiskej Comiskej which has threatened to cause an an other baseball war and and result result in in the formation of of a new league league all may result in good. good. The fact Is Is that the powers powers of of baseball are frightened. frightened. They are are afraid that they have killed or at least crippled crippled the goose goose which which resumed laying laying golden golden eggs eggs for them last season. season. season. season. Now Now it appears appears that everyone in the game game game is sfrl\- sfrl\- sfrl\- sfrl\- sfrl\- sfrl\- sfrl\- ing ing to stop the things they started started started and square themselves and their their business with the public. public. public. public. Conditions Conditions have have reached reached such a stage as to alarm even the most most stubborn of of the magnates and and they are making desperate efforts efforts to aver further trouble. trouble. The hurriedly hurriedly called called meeting of of the owners owners in New York was to meet the emer emer gency gency and prevent the breach be tween factions factions In the two leagues leagues leagues from growing too wide to repair. repair. repair. repair. Further I am Informed Informed that the baseball baseball baseball powers powers powers have at last decided to take up up up the matter of of the world's world's series scandal and dig to the bottom of of the rumors that have have have been piling up. up. They are hereby hereby warned that the first first attempt to uae uae whitewash instead of of strong strong strong strong alkal alkal alkal soap to clean up the mess Into which which their own blindness blindness led them them wil wil wil undo all the good that reforms reforms reforms may accomplish. accomplish. accomplish. uivea uivea uivea uivea NO notice. notice. The call for the the meeting of base base base base ball ball generals in New York was made without public notice and who who It Has Has discovered that such a a cal cal had been Issued the magnates gave several different reasons for it they were going to consider the ethics of of the the shine shine shine ball ball to reform reform the rules rules rules and several several other things things things things The fact fact fact is that they came tosrethe tosrethe tosrethe in a great big hurry to'make to'make to'make to'make to'make a des des perate perate effort effort to prevent prevent the move for for a new league from from going any further further If such a thing was was possible. While the organs of th Johnson faction were busy ridiculing the idea of of a new league league the opponents were keeping quiet quiet and vigorously pressing plans to creat creat such a circuit in case Johnson and his followers followers remained steadfast steadfast steadfast They They didn't didn't didn't didn't They wanted peace peace with reservations. reservations. In baseball such peace with reservations reservations means th right to stick stick the other fellow fellow be tween the ribs ribs ribs with a chlv chlv In cas cas he inadvertently turns' turns' turns' turns' his his back. back. The fact fact that the most most powerfu powerfu revolutionary groups in the minor minor were getting into open alliance alliance alliance with the Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee Comiikey-Ruppert-Frazee faction may have had had something to do with the sudden sudden sudden sudden determination of of the Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann Johnson-Herrmann forces t strive strive to celebrate armistice armistice day by making another armistice. armistice. armistice. Ther Ther is no doubt of Herrmann's Herrmann's earnest earnest ness ness In seeking peace and and trying trying t patch up the the trouble in the Amer Amer Amer can league caused caused by the May May May May case. case. case. case. There 1 no no no doubt that Johnson would prefer prefer peace. peace. peace. The ol wail wail of "Let's "Let's make make up up for" for" the the "oo "oo of of the game. game. ha ha ha been heard again. again. AfraU AfraU AfraU AfraU f ScaaJaU ScaaJaU ScaaJaU ScaaJaU Back of all that that however however however however th owners and official official official official are frlehtenet frlehtenet frlehtenet by the- the- magnitude magnitude of of the rurno-s rurno-s rurno-s rurno-s o scandal connected wltb wltb the the World World World series. series. series. series. A A A Chicago Chicago sportincr sportincr sportincr sportincr pape pape challenged challenged challenged ComUkey ComUkey ComUkey openly. openly. openly. Co Co Co Co j miskey. miskey. It will will will will be recalled recalled offered offered i i SlO.OOO SlO.OOO SlO.OOO SlO.OOO for for proof that any one o his his his players did not try in the the world' world' world' world' world' series series The publication openly chal lenged Commy Commy to put put $10,004 $10,004 $10,004 $10,004 $10,004 $10,004 in certain bank and the editor editor editor editor woul woul furnish him him with proof. proof. proof. proof. Comiske Comiske Comiske to date has has Ignored the challenge. challenge. challenge. challenge. It It i certainly certainly certainly certainly certainly up to some one to ca. ca. the bluff bluff on one side or the othe othe and and find find out the the truth. truth. truth. truth. truth. Comiskey Comiskey Comiskey of course course is is In a a dell dell dell dell dell cate cate position. position. Be Be has a hundre hundre thousand dollar dollar worth of ball ball players Involved Involved Involved Involved in the the gossip. gossip. If h should should question question their honeaty honeaty honeaty h must either kick them off the team or or or lose lose them a a assets. assets. assets. assets. No on whose whose whose integrity la la la la questioned questioned questioned b the fans and and by fellow players 1 of any use to a club club whether th suspicion Is Is Just or unjust unjust On th other hand. hand. If Comiskey fall to go to the bottom ot the rumor rumor h stands to lose more than than than than than that in re ceipt ceipt each year and to to Ioe Ioe Ioe a a a lo of of of his standing for honesty honesty honesty honesty an uprightness gained in forty year year o baseball. baseball. The position position Is a har har har one. one. I know Comiskey Comiskey Comiskey lias lias bee troing troing slowly slowly slowly slowly put going going thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly He 1 not talking talking talking but when when th time time come come come to- to- to- talk he will say wha wha ha ha has has to to car car in no uncertain manner. Johnson Johnson Johnson alto alto 1 in a delicate delicate pott pott pott pott pott tlon. tlon. Shonld Shonld he he order an inves inves inves inves tigation tigation tigation of the world' world' world' world' series th cry cry probably.wonld probably.wonld probably.wonld probably.wonld beraised beraised th ha ha ha wa wa wa flolng it to damage Corals- Corals- key. key. key. key. If hfr doe doe not Investigate- Investigate- Investigate- Investigate- Investigate- well tha taa 'wjtf 'wjtf 'wjtf 'wjtf OUTPLAYING OUTPLAYING TORNADO AUBURN ELEVEN WON One pai went went over over over tha tha coal coal for what what -was'thought'a -was'thought'a -was'thought'a sure score score score hen Referee Referee Elcock "called "called "called tt back and and and penaliied penaliied penaliied the .Plainsmen .Plainsmen .Plainsmen for offside. offside. offside. offside. The-iTech The-iTech The-iTech The-iTech line line then held held 'or 'or 'or down down down down and and the ball ball went went over. over. The entire entire Auburn line played a magnificent magnificent magnificent game game on both offense offense offense and defense defense defense although" although" although" the the the backs- backs- backs- were unable to gain gain gain gain In straight football in spite of the-gaplng the-gaplng the-gaplng holes which which the forwards forwards forwards would would open open in he he line. line. line. line. That inability inability to gain gain through holes made was due mostly mostly o the efforts efforts efforts of McDonough McDonough and Harlan. Harlan. who- who- who- threw themselves into the breech time time time and again to stop what looked looked like it was going to be a get away. away. Many time time time outs were taken not rom unnecessary unnecessary roughness roughness roughness of of play but from from the savageness with which the two teams teams teams fought fought .and .and tackled tackled every scrimmage scrimmage finding finding finding the entire lines lines on the the ground and sometimes as many as two and three men knocked out. out. The Game Game Game IB IB IB IB Detalli Detalli Detalli Fint Fint Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Tech won won the toss toss and chose to defend defend the north goal.f goal.f goal.f goal.f goal.f Howard kicked 42 yards to McDonough. McDonough. McDonough. McDonough. who returned eight eight yards. yards. Ball Ball in play on Tech's Tech's 28-yard 28-yard 28-yard 28-yard 28-yard line. line. Barron made four at right right end. end. end. A beautiful beautiful pass pass Harlan Harlan to Staton. Staton. gained 43 43 yards. yards. Harlan made four at left tackle. tackle. Barron Barron made 14 14 yards yards at left left end. end. Harlan Harlan made two yards at at right tackle. tackle. McDonald dove through center for the first touchdown of of the game. game. Flncher Flncher kicked goal. goal. Score Tech. Tech. T T Auburn Auburn 0. 0. 0. 0. Howard kicked off off 7 7 yards yards to Harlan Harlan who fumbled fumbled Trapp Trapp Trapp re covering for Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Auburn. Auburn's Auburn's ball ball on Techs Techs 35-yard 35-yard 35-yard line. line. Shirling made made 4 jit jit right tackle tackle Howard failed failed to gain at left left end. end. Shirling gained two two at right tackle. tackle. Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng was was thrown thrown for a 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard loss. loss. Tech's Tech's ball on her her own 20- 20- 20- 20- 20- 20- yard line. line. line. line. Harlan gained 2 2 at at left tackle. tackle. Barron made 3 at the same place. place. Harlan failed failed to to to to gain at center. center. Harlan Harlan punted 30 yards to Stubbs. Stubbs. who was downed in his tracks. tracks. Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's ball on her own 4-yard 4-yard 4-yard line. line. Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng gained 2 2 at left left tackle. tackle. Stubbs Stubbs failed failed failed failed to gain. gain. Stubbs Stubbs made three at right guard guard Ollinger Ollinger Ollinger Ollinger punted 40 yards yards yards out 'of 'of bounds. bounds. Tech's Tech's ball ball on her own 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard line. line. Ferst circled right end for for 19 yards yards McDonough plunged 2 at left left tackle. tackle. 'McDonough repeated for 2 more. more. Barron broke lose for for 28 yards around left end. end. Harlan gained 2 at right guard guard McDonough McDonough McDonough McDonough made H H at rlgh rlgh rlgh tackle tackle Tech was penalized penalized penalized 15 yards for holding. holding. Barron again broke loose for for 8 8 yards around right end end Pass Pass Pass Ferst Ferst to Guill Guill in complete complete Harlan punted 50 50 yards over the goal line line Stubbs made 1 at at left left end end Howard gained 2 at right tackle. tackle. Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger punted SO SO yards to Ferst. Ferst. Ferst. Ferst. who who was downed In his tracks tracks McDonough McDonough McDonough grained grained grained 3 3 3 yards at right right tackle. tackle. Barren Barren lost 1 1 yard on a double pass pass pass Barron ran around right end for for 3 jards jards jards The qxiarter qxiarter ended here. here. here. here. Score Tech. Tech. 7 7 Auburn 0. 0. 0. Second Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Quarter. Harlan punted 10 yards out of of bounds. bounds. bounds. Stubbs made five at left left tackle. tackle. Howard Howard failed failed to gain gain Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng fumbled fumbled fumbled but recovered. recovered. Ollinger Ollinger punted 50 yards to Tech's Tech's Tech's Tech's 1-foot 1-foot 1-foot 1-foot 1-foot 1-foot line. line. On the next play Harlan. standing behind his own goal line fell fell on the ball ball for for a safety. safety. safety. safety. Score Score Score Tech 7 Auburn 2. 2. Tech's' Tech's' Tech's' Tech's' ball on her own 20 yard line. line. line. line. McDonough gained 1 at left tackle. tackle. Barron Barron skirted right tackle for 11 yards. yards. Harlan Harlan falleu falleu to gain gain Tech penalized penalized 6 6 6 yards for off off side. side. Ferst made 1 yard at right tackle. tackle. Barron hit the same place for 3 -more. -more. -more. Harlan punted 20 yards out of bounds. bounds. bounds. bounds. Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng failed to gain. gain. Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng was thrown for a 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard loss. loss. Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger punted 56 56 yards- yards- to Feral Feral Feral who who returned 15. 15. Harlan gained 3 at right tackle. tackle. Ferst Ferst made 3 more at rgiht rgiht end. end. Harlan ran a wide buck buck for 4 yards. yards. Tech penalized 15 yards for for hold- hold- hold- Ing Ing Harlan failed failed to gain at center center center Ferst punted 35 yards out of bounds. bounds. Aubuin Aubuin Aubuin penalized 15 yards for-holding for-holding for-holding for-holding for-holding for-holding for-holding Trapp Trapp made 11 yards at left end end On a luke luke luke luke Pete Pete Bonner caught a pass which netted AllKlirn AllKlirn AllKlirn 7 7 va ia A Trapp to Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger gained 6 yards yards Shlrling Shlrling hit center center for 4 4 yards and first down. down. Another pass pass Trapp to Ollinger Ollinger Ollinger went for for 8 8 yards. yards. yards. Shirling made 1 yard at center. center. Shirling repeated for 2 2 yards and first down. down. Auburn Auburn Auburn fumbled fumbled and McDonough recovered for for Tech Tech Harlan tore through left left left tackle for 11 yards. yards. Barron in a a great drive went 14 yards around right end. end. Harlan Harlan hit left tackle tackle for 1 yardw yardw yardw yardw yardw Ferst failed failed failed failed to gain at left left end. end. Tech Tech was penalized penalized penalized S-yards S-yards S-yards S-yards S-yards S-yards S-yards for off off side. side. Barron made 10 yards yards yards at left end. end. Harlan failed-to failed-to failed-to gain. gain. Ferst punted 45 yards to Trapp who was downed in his tracks. tracks. tracks. tracks. Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's ball ball on her own 25- 25- ard 51ne. 51ne. 51ne. 51ne. 51ne. 51ne. Score Tech. Tech. 7 Auburn Auburn 2. 2. Third Third Third Quarter. Quarter. Howard kicked off off 55 55 ards to Barren Barren Barren Barren who who returned 23 23 yards yards Harlan rammed left left tackle Tor Tor 5 yards. yards. Scarboro gained 3 at left left tackle. tackle. McDonough made 4 at center and first first down down Scarboro gained 2 at right tackle. tackle. Barron Barron slipped over right tackle tackle for for 4. 4. Harlan lost 1 yard on a fumble. fumble. Scarboro's punt was blocked by War ren and recovered recovered by Sloan Sloan who ran ran 35 yards for for a. a. a. touchdown and Auburn was on top for for the first first time time in four four years years years years Bonner missed goal. goal. goal. Score Auburn Auburn 8 8 Tech 7. 7. 7. 7. Howard Howard kicked off 35 35 yards to Guill Guill Guill Guill Guill Guill Guill who returned 3. 3. Tech's Tech's T all on her her own 32-yard 32-yard 32-yard 32-yard 32-yard line. line. Barron escaped escaped for for 22 22 yardn yardn around right end end but was brought back when the the Tech line was penalized for for holding. holding. Barron Barron ekirted ekirted left end for for 10 more. more. Harlan hit left tackle for for for for for 3. 3. Scarboro Scarboro Scarboro kicked 35 yards to' to' Trapp. Trapp. who was downed in his tracks. tracks. tracks. Howard gained two at left left tackle. tackle. Auburn penalized penalized 15 yards yards for for holding. holding. Olllnger Olllnger punted -40 -40 yards to Scarboro out of bounds. bounds. Barron failed failed failed to gain at right end. end. Harlan failed failed to gain. gain. Scarboro Scarboro made one at left left end. end. Scarboro punted 45 yards out of bounds. bounds. bounds. bounds. Howard waa thrown for for for for a 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard 1-yard loss. loss. loss. loss. Ollinger Ollinger Ollinger punted 4 yards to ScarBoro. ScarBoro. ScarBoro. ScarBoro. rwho rwho rwho returned 4. 4. 4. 4. Harlan Harlan hit right tackle for for 4. 4. Barron gained gained 2 at right end. end. A pass pass pass Harlan Harlan to Staton. Staton. was In tercepted tercepted by by Stubbs. Stubbs. Olllnger Olllnger punted 40 yards yards yards to Scarboro Scarboro who re re turned 20. 20. 20. 20. Scarboro fumbled fumbled for for a a a 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard 14-yard loss- loss- loss- loss- loss- Scarboro Scarboro Scarboro Scarboro Scarboro made made made 2 2 yards yards yards at left tackle. tackle. tackle. tackle. Scarboro Scarboro Scarboro punted 30 yard yard yard yard o Trapp. Trapp. Trapp. Trapp. who re turned 15. 15. 15. 15. Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger mad mad t t at at at right right tackle. tackle. Howard made 5 and wa wa wa thrown out of bound bound bound Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger punted over over over Tech's Tech's Tech's Tech's goal goal line. line. line. line. McDonough made -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 at right tackle. tackle. tackle. tackle. Barron Barron failed failed to gain. gain. gain. gain. Scarboro cir cled cled right end for 1C yard and and first first Knowledge of Motor building made the. the. 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Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger punted punted 45 45 yards. yards. yards. yards. Tech's Tech's Tech's Tech's Tech's ball ball ball on on her. her. 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard 31-yard line. line. Brswater Brswater Brswater made 2 2 yards yards at left nd. nd. McDonough McDonough failed failed to gain. gain. gain. gain. A A A forward pass Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan to Barron. Barron. Barron. was Incomplete. Incomplete. Incomplete. Incomplete. Brewsten Brewsten Brewsten punted 45 45 yards. yards. Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's ball. ball. ball. ball. Ollinger Ollinger Ollinger punted punted punted 43 43 yard yard yard to Brewster. Brewster. who who returned returned 7. 7. Brewster Brewster Brewster failed failed failed to gain gain gain gain i A triple pass pass Harlan to Brewster to Barron Barron was was incomplete. incomplete. incomplete. incomplete. A forward pass. pass. Brewster Brewster to Guill. Guill. Guill. Guill. Guill. netted 12 yards. yards. Barron fumbled for for a 12- 12- yard loss. loss. A A forward forward forward pass Harlan Harlan to Flncher Flncher netted 7 yards. yards. A for ward pass pass Brewster Brewster Brewster to Harlan was was incomplete incomplete incomplete Brestwer Brestwer punted fO fO yards over over the goal line. line. Howard punted punted punted 40 yards to Brew Brew ster. ster. ster. ster. wbo wbo fumbled. fumbled. fumbled. fumbled. Warren Warren recovered and. and. covered by the entire Auburn team team ran 40 yard yard yard for for Auburn's scond scond touchdown. touchdown. Bonner Bonner missed missed missed 'goal. 'goal. 'goal. Score Score Auburn 14 Tech Tech Tech t. t. t. t. Howard Howard Howard Howard kicked 50 yards to Brewater. whojetjirned whojetjirned whojetjirned 20 yards. yards. Barron circled circled circled left' left' end end for 9 9 yards. yards. Harlan made made it first first first down at right tackle. tackle. Barron Barron Barron Barron Barron repeated repeated at the same place- place- place- f or S. S. S. S. Brewster hit left left left left left tackle for for 3 yards. yards. yards. A forward pass pass pass Brewster to to Harlan was Incomplete. Incomplete. Incomplete. A A pass pass pass Harlan to GUHI GUHI GUHI was incomplete. incomplete. incomplete. incomplete. incomplete. Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's ball on her own 45-yard 45-yard 45-yard line. line. Shlrling Shlrling Shlrling hit hit left left left tackle for 1 yard. yard. Howard was thrown for a a 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard loss. loss. loss. Ollinger punted 40 yards to Brewjter Brewjter Brewjter Brewjter who returned 14 yards. yards. Barron Barron fumbled for a yard loss. loss. loss. loss. loss. An attempted pass pass Brewster to Staton. Staton. WAS WAS Intercepted by Stubhs Stubhs who who returned 12. 12. Auburn's Auburn's ball on Tech's Tech's 13-yard 13-yard 13-yard line. line. Shlrling Shlrling failed to gain. gain. Shlrling Shlrling made 4 at right tackle. tackle. tackle. tackle. Shlrling Shlrling Shlrling made 2 2 at right tackle tackle Ball Ball on Tech's Tech's 6-yard 6-yard 6-yard line. line. A pass Trapp to Olllnger. Olllnger. Olllnger. went over for a touchdown but was called called back and Auburn was penalized for off-side off-side off-side off-side off-side play/ play/ play/ Pass Pass Trapp to Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger was Incomplete. Brewster made 2 around left end A forward pass. pass. Harlan to Staton Staton was Incomplete Incomplete The next pass pass was Intercepted by Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng Scott made 1 yard at left left tackle and and was was hurt on this play. play. Shlrling Shlrling Shlrling made made 1 at left left tackle. tackle. Shlrling Shlrling failed failed to gain gain Shlrling Shlrling Shlrling made 4 at right tackle tackle and the game game ended here. here. Score Score Auburn 14 Tech 7. 7. 7. 7. The Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. Line-tTpm. AUBURN (14) (14) Pos Pos QA. QA. QA. QA. TECH (7 (7 (7 (7 j j j Ollinger Ollinger I C. C. C. Guill Guill Guill P. P. Bonner Bonner .L.T .L.T Flncher Flncher Sloan .L.Q .L.Q .L.Q .L.Q .L.Q Lebey Caton C Phillips Rogers R. R. R. Q Cowling Cowling Cowling Warren R.T R.T R.T R.T R.T Huffines Pruitt R.E. R.E. Staton Trapp Q.B. Q.B. Q.B. McDonough Stubbs Stubbs Stubbs V.L V.L H Barron Barron Barron Howard RH RH Ferst Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng F. F. B Harlan Score by periods. periods. Auburn Auburn .028 .028 14 Georgia Tech .7000 .7000 .7000 .7000 7 7 Auburn Scoring Touchdowns Touchdowns Sloan Sloan Warren safety safety by Harlan of of of Tech Tech. Tech. Scoring Touchdown McDonough goal from from touchdown Flncher. Flncher. Flncher. Flncher. Substitutions Auburn H. H. H. H. Bonner Bonner for for Rogers Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng for Pruitt Pruitt Frultt Frultt for for Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng Shirllng Sniderfor Sniderfor Sloan Sloan Scott for Stubbs Klrkwdod Klrkwdod Klrkwdod for for Scott. Scott. Tech. Tech. Doyal Doyal for Huffines Huffines Scarboro far far Ferst Ferst Amis Amis Amis for for Phillips Webb for Dowling Dowling Dowling Dowllng Dowllng Dowllng for Webb Webb Brewster for Scarboro. Scarboro. Referee Referee Elcock Elcock Dartmouth umpire umpire Fultz Fultz Brown head linesman Hamilton Vanderbilt Time of of periods periods 15 minutes minutes minutes minutes each. each. Qgtetho Qgtetho Qgtetho pe Eleven s Gave Gave Floridct Sccfre' Sccfre' Fighting Hard Game Little Silver Lakfc. Lakfc. Lakfc. Team Upset Upset Upset Dope Dope by Holding Strong "Gator" "Gator" "Gator" Outfit Outfit to One One touchdown touchdown Victory. By "Bob "Bob "Bob Hlefcoles. Hlefcoles. Hlefcoles. Hlefcoles. Gainesville. Gainesville. Fla Fla November 27. 27. Special Though defeated by a a score of It It It to 7 7 7 the Oglethorpe Petrels Petrels were never never defeated in spirit and decisively decisively outplayed their heavier opponents opponents for for for the the greater greater part of the game. game. game. game. The The score doe doe doe not tell the the true story of the battle and only only spectator spectator on the side side line line know know which team played played the better offensive offensive ball. ball. Outweighed 20 pounds to the man. man. man. the Oglehtorpe Oglehtorpe linesmen linesmen fought desperately desperately and outplayed outplayed outplayed their their heavier pjx nei ts. ts. Early in the battle Florida saw that they were unable unable to 'buck 'buck the Petrel Petrel Petrel line consistently and resorted to trick trick plays plays forward passes passes passes passes and a punting game. game. game. game. game. game. To the surprise of all. all. the Ogle Ogle thorpe forwards opened up the the big "gator" "gator" "gator" line line and several times times Fozey Fozey Knox bucked bucked for for gains of over 10 yards. yards. yards. yards. The The Petrels also also worked some beautiful forward forward passes passes and showed showed showed some some of the best best offensive offensive work that they have showed this secson. secson. secson. secson. Ogletborpe's Ogletborpe's Ogletborpe's Ogletborpe's Ogletborpe's Ogletborpe's Tonchdowa. Tonchdowa. Tonchdowa. Tonchdowa. The Oglethorpe Oglethorpe touchdown was the the first of of the game game coming coming near the close of of the first first quarter quarter and was the result result result of straight football football football football Oglethorpe getting the ball ball on about about their 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard line line they they marched marched marched marched straight down down the field to Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard t t line where where where Knox Knox Knox Knox bucked the line line and. and. getting into into an open field ran for a touch down after some pretty side side stepping t t Florida'- Florida'- Florida'- two two scores scores came in the second period period period period but but both were tht tht result'of result'of getting the bait in Ogle- Ogle- Ogle- Ogle- thorn thorn territory. territory. The first first touchdown ame when Florida recovered recovered a a a fumbled fumbled punt punt on Oglethorpe' Oglethorpe' Oglethorpe' Oglethorpe' 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard line. line. Here the Petrel Petrel Petrel fought fought fought desperately desperately desperately desperately but on the the fojrth fojrth fojrth fojrth down down with about two yards to go Florida scored a a a touchdown touchdown touchdown touchdown touchdown on a a forward forward pas over'the over'the goal line. line. line. The second second also came In this this this quarter when when Connell Connell came came came through Moore and blocked Knox pant re covering covering and and going IS IS IS yard yard to a touchdown. touchdown. Florida Florida Florida never never never again threatened to to to score score except except once near he close of the third .quarter .quarter .quarter they really did did get the ball ball to Ogle. Ogle. thorpe's thorpe's 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard line but never any further. further. Twice Twice Twice in the second second second quarter the the Petrels had the ball inside inside Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' Florida' 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard line putting it there there on straight straight football football tacties tacties bat bat on one occasion occasion on incomplete incomplete forward pass-over pass-over pass-over the Gator Gator Gator goal and and the other time time Morris fumbled. fumbled. But But the Petrels Petrels kept the Gators Gators Gators on the defense. defense. defense. The greater greater part of of the the time and Florida would often punt punt on the second second second and and third down. down. Oglethorpe Oglethorpe Oglethorpe made 12 first down to 10 for Florida. Florida. Florida. Florida. The weather was was was extremely warm a short short short short time time time be fore the game game the temperature temperature wa 78 78 78 degrees. degrees. Florida Florida Florida Florida Receive Florida won won the toss and chose to receive receive receive Kichole Kichole kicked kicked of of 68 68 68 68 yards and and Florida Florida returned 10. 10. The Gators Gators made made made first first down and. and. and. and. and. then Dobbs Hats Dobbs Hats adapt them selves selves to the whim of of the wearer r It is truly truly truly said or a Dobbs Dobbs hat that that that the style style style is is made bi the man who who wears it. it. It reflects reflects the in in dividuality dividuality dividuality and and distinction of the wearer wearer t t r r r r v v v Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Exclusive Representative Representative Representative MEN'S MEN'S WEAR WEAR 122 Peachtree Peachtree panted. panted. panted. panted. panted. panted. 'After' 'After' an an cch n -H -H of of of pnnta pnnta pnnta pnnta OfUtaorpe OfUtaorpe OfUtaorpe marched 4ows 4ows 4ows the fleld fleld to ft ft ft touchdown Xaox carrying carrying tce tce ball a. a. a. total ot ti yardsw/ yardsw/ yardsw/ yardsw/ j2 f Chetnnt Chetnnt Chetnnt kieked goal goal goal from s very dlftlctt dlftlctt wgl and the score wa Ogle thorp'seren thorp'seren thorp'seren thorp'seren Florida nothing. nothing. nothing. nothing. v The The The quarter quarter quarter ad d soon after.\ after.\ after.\ after.\ after.\ after.\ after.\ after.\ Alter Alter Alter an an exchange exchange exchange exchange of punts Florida recovered recovered a. a. a. fumbled fumbled Oglethorp Oglethorp punt on the Petrel's Petrel's Petrel's 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard lltte lltte lltte here here on on the fourth fourth fourth down they worked a a a pass pass over over over the the P tr l' l' goal Un and kicked kicked goal. goal. goal. goal. Score. Score. Score. Oglethorpe 7. 7. Florida T. T. T. T. After After another exchange exchange of punts punts punts Connell Connell Connell blocked blocked blocked Knox's Knox's Knox's pat pat Oglehtorpe's Oglehtorpe's Oglehtorpe's Oglehtorpe's 20-yard 20-yard 20-yard lln and/r--- and/r--- and/r--- coverlne coverlne coverlne coverlne coverlne coverlne went for a a a touchwittwv touchwittwv touchwittwv touchwittwv Goal was made. made. Score Oglethorpe 7 Florida 14. 14. This ended the the the corlnff. corlnff. corlnff. corlnff. corlnff. corlnff. i 1' 1' 1' 1' The The The second half found Oglethorp Oglethorp twice getting the ball to the Gator's Gator's Gator's Gator's Gator's Gator's 15-yard 15-yard 15-yard line. line. Florida played on the- the- the- defensive defensive mostly mostly mostly on this half. half. The tar with with twoxbroken twoxbroken twoxbroken ribs Dlxi Reeves Reeves displayed displayed the greatest amount of "guts" "guts" "guts" "guts" evr evr seea seea by th writer. writer. 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