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V -WKt f- vs3 -J hSs&r- THE CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA. GA .FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28. DRIVERS KILLED IN RACE Speedway Los Angeles Govern er 25 Gaston Chevrolet famous racing driver and fcya.ll JolU me chanician for Eddie O Donnell were killed today when Chevrolet s and CKDonnellg machines crashed to gether on the Los Angeles Speedway at the east end of the grandstand near th close of the 250-mile race Roecoe Sarles driving the distance without a stop won the 2aO- mlle race Edflie Miller finished second and Eddie Hearne third Sarles led on every lap and In ad dition to first price of J100 C took the same amount in lap prize Miller and Hearn won $5 000 and 1 3 000 respectively Jimmy Murf pry finished fourth taking 2 000 in prizes and Joe Thomas was fifth Sarles' time was 2 25 in an av erage of 103 2 miles an hoar Millers time was 2 26 14 and Hearnt s J 27 27 Gaston Chevrolet killed Ju t be fore the end of the ra e was the Youngest of three trother" He was a mechanic lor two jears before e demonstrated that he was a driver of merit at the 500-mile Memorial day race at Cincinnati where he finished third After that Chevrolet drove as an outlaw with- several other prominent drivers but was reinstated in the ranks of the American Automobile as&oclation pilots In 1919 he raced on raanj d rt track i winning many of the events and jjJacing in others On May 31 last he won the ,01)I mile Indianapolis speedway TAC In the best time in the-hlstory of that I annual event He averaged a speed I of 8 16 miles an hour Eddie O Donnell began his racing i career as a mechanician In 1912 In 1944 he drove his first race at Kalamazoo Mich winning- second r.place in the 100-mile contest In 1915 he started in ten races and finished in nine of them each time In the money At the Kansas City race July 22 1917 O Donnell had a smash up which shattered one of hi arms We did not race apaln until la t vear when he drove in two rai.es both at feheepshead Bas ISew \nrk NEW YORKER WINNER IN FIELD TRIAL 7 Navnesboro. Ga November 25 tbpf ial One of the biggest days on th field .haracterized the at tendance at the trials today when the winners of the all age stake were announced Only four dogs went into the second series and three were ulna&rs Commanche Kap won first monei $3T5. Ring Bell -second J22S both dogs being owned bv William Zeigler of New York Guy s Komeo third money 1150 owned by II P Guj of Tulsa Okla The heats were warmly contested after which eight braces to run to morrow before the second series ol Ifr tlVp vi II 1 fin Vr I GREEN WAVE ROLLS OVER LOUISIANA Baton Rouge La November 25 Despite predictions f a close game Tulane got revenge for Its past de feats at the hands of the Louisiana Tigers here today by rolling up a score of 21 to 0 The game was all Tulane g way from the start to the finish and at no tnne did the L. g. U team eriou ly threaten the New Orleans team Tulane made the first touchdown In the first ten minutes of plav wh n Y\jght carried the ball over after an end run Open field plays by Alight fad runs by Dwyer and Nagle sub'titute right-halfback and the work of Richeson. substitute at fjuartPr for Tulane were features of the game After the first half the L S U line stiffened and for a time it looked as If the Tigers would be able to hold the Green wave but with the ball on their 35-yard line the Tigers fumbled Tulane recovered the ball and on the next play went over for a touchJown running the score to 21 to 0 where it remained for the rtt of the came Line-up and summarv Po LSU e Darg It .Hereford l g Busse c Spencer r g Schneider r t Woodward re LeWs h core-s by per'ods Tulane 7 7 7 0-21 Li u o Scourini For Tulane Touch- n'Wght- Brown and Smith Offi lals Bradiev- n alker Virginia referee Joe flay Mississippi f.iH V -l"pre Dimmer Texa- judg-e Mc.Naspy Southwestern Tlme f Peri0ds 1S SOUTH CAROLINA HAS CLOSE CALL AGAINST CITADEL\ Charleston S C. November 25 PV6 hShT"l of Sotufl Carolina defeated the Citadel in their annual game today 7 to 8 Pro t C tadel quarter returned the Intal kick-off of the game 82 yards far a touchdown Kollock failed at Roai In the third quarter Caro- 1 na carried the ball over after an pdvance from mldfield on straight football Gressette making the touchdown and kicking the goal. t VALDOSTA HIGH i TO PLAY ATHENS HIGH TODAY Valdosta Ga .November 25 Special The \alclosta High school football team left this morning for \thens where they will play the Athens Higti school team on baturdav It is believed the two teams are Kfll matched and t iat the winner will be the team that can get the fir t and best step off The Valdosta bojs have a long string of victories to their credit and they will go up asMn't -he Athens bunch with full .confidence. The followu f the Valdosta line-up Joe Letrg icft end Terrell ttard left tackle Heid Hill left guard Maxwell Oliver center 1 uther Turner right puard Emmett .Tope rifcht tackle Slj Conway right end Norman Pelder quarterback Thomas Tillman left halfback E\erallDa h fullback Bailey -rt r c- t halfha -k Touch C6T PETRELS DEFEAT 'GATORS Columbus. Ga November 25 Special Oglethorpe Petrels -took advantage of 'Gator fumbles this afternoon and won by a score of 21 to 0 Oglethorpe showed up well against the 'Gators but were unable to win through the line and failed to make an aerial attack as well as was ex pected In the first quarter Knor kicked to Florida when Johnson re covered a fumble and made the first touchdown In the second quarter McGarrlty substituted for Daves and made a touchdown on recovered Florida fnmble The Petrels failed to gain through the line and resorted to passes A pa s from Knor to David resulted in a touchdown in the third quarter The 'Gators showed fighting qualities throughout tha entire game and kept the Petrels from ga'ning but verv little except when thev took advantage of Florida fumbles Knox was the main star for Oglethorpe In that he would handle the ball most of the time for the Petrels Carlton for the 'Gator showed his football qualities as well as C Anderson The entire line held well and the university should bo proud of them The line-up FLORIDA Pos OCTLETHORPF Swanson 1 e David Baker capt It Simpson TVilsky c. CarMe Morion r g Moor Hodges r L Mrholes Hughes re. Reeve Cirlton q "Varnedop Anderson r h. Knox capt Pomeroy l h Stex ns Robinson fb Parr P rry I ft BartenfeU Substitutes Florida Coleman for Swanson Dujcgers for Hughes for Norton Merv n for Robinson Mahannah for Pomerov Oglethorpe McGaritv for David. Morris for Varnedoe Turner for Stevens Whitehead for Bartenfeld VOLUNTEERS WIN GAME IN LAST PERIOD Knoxville Tenn November 25 Special Before a crowd estimated at 4000 the University of Tenne ee football machine w on a hard fuught game from the Kentucky ildcats 14 to 7 The Fight- Ing Volunteers made 15 first downs to the Wildcats 3 Two of the Kentucky first downs came by the I aerial route in which department of the game theivlsitors outclassed the lennessee machine The Volunteers had the better of the argument in the punting Rarre and clearly outclassed their opponents on straight football Kentuckv made the first score ol the game when 'VAHhelm Intercepted a pass and raced 7a vards for a touchdown Server kicked goal making the score 7 to 0 where It stood until the third quarter In the third quarter Tennessee took posstssion of the ball on Kentucky s 40-yard line and made a toucndown on two forward passes In the last quarter of the game famith circled end for 20 yards carrying the oval across tha line Hatcher kicked both goal after touchdowns Captain Hatcher played the last game of his career I todaj The line-up I TKNN Position KT. Janes L. t Rice i Doak L T berver Robinson L. G Thompson Bradford C test btrelsle R. G Colpitts Hatcher R T .Murphree Lane R E Hebpr Campbell Q Lav in Blair L. H Thornton Deitaen Jl H Fuller Holt F ilhelm LANSING AGGIES BEAT NOTRE DAME East Lansing1 Mich November 25 The Lansing AgRles cross cc untry team defeated Notre Dame here this afternoon -with a perfect score of 13 points The Muse ENGLISH /or men who do not wear Brogue a 15& Shoe Reduced to t MUSE ENGLISH is in answer to Fashion's highest dictates a most graceful shoe made io delight those hosts of good dressers who rightly "pin their faith" to the full English now reduced to the -pre-war price of $11.25. Buy yours this morning. "We Always Have Your Size at Muse's" Geo. Muse Clothing Co. HAGER'SCREW DEFEATED BY MONROE AGS Madison Not ember 25 Special. The Madison A it defeated the University High school of Atlanw here today 21 to 0 The game was one of the ben that has been n-Iajed here this season and it broj'jh ihe 1320 season to a gra.id tnd glor'rus close The homeiins starred w ih a rush and In the early part 5f the first quarter they orcd their fir t touchdown UnUer It High kick0) J off and they carried fie t all down 1 the field on nothing tut line bu ka I aoh time making' ains of frotj 2 1 to 5 yards They registered another core in the latter part of the second QU r- ter on the sam plays this ti Tit Bow is carrying the oill over Ihe half ended wuh the winner on t i long end of the 14 to 0 score. The feature of this half as the 50 yard run of Rubinstein who intercepted a forward pass near his own g al line and carried the bail into the territory of the A VI boj- before he was brought down Unlvers y opened up pith a forward passn eame that netted them -some neat Kams but tteir raar h was sto ti and the touchdown was checked in tne second half the winners added another touchdown hei Bowls made two 20-jard gains along with several gains through the line by his fellow backfleld men and they carried the ball to the 5-yard ling Bowls then carried the ball over for a touchdown and Shaw kicked goal The pU ihg of Laird Hublnsteln and Quart.s featured the work of the visitors while the honors of the day for the home crew went to Bowls Davenport. Champion and Shaw Madison A M closed one of the most successful seasons in its history. They played ten game this jar winning eight and losing one and tying one Monroe A )was the only team that could take the measure of the local bo s they dropped this game 12 to 0 They tied Locust Grove and they registered wins over such teams as G \I C Tifton and others of the same caliber The line-up and aummary U H S (0) Pos A M (21) freeman le Herndon Meager It Champion Quarles 1 g Moultftn Parker c Parks Boswell rg WllllforJ Broadnax rt Shlflet Garllngton re Shawl Wal h a Davenport Boswpll B Ih Kent Rubin-stein B I h Kent Laird tb BOUJS Referee gammons Mercer lm- pire Chen Riverside I eatock headllnesman RIVERSIDE LOSES GAME TO GORDON Gainesville Ga vovemner 20 fcpec'a Gordon won the O T A. A cl amplonship here today in the final game of the season by defeating the local Riverside Military Academv team 21 to 14 It vas one of the cleanest and hardest fought games that has been played here in some time both elovens playlng wonderful ball The winners started with a rush and In a few minutes she shoved over her flr t score Gordon clearly outplayed the RUerstde Cadets during the first half only to suffer a relapse in the second that nearly cost them the game On some pretty plajlng the winners went over their opponents goal line for two mirkers Poore and Gobwin were responsible for two Gordon scores They bucked the hall through the line ind carried the ball around the end from one end of the fieVl to the other In the third oiarter Gohwin rmtie the last core that proved to be the wlnnine point of the fray This score was also the result of line bucks and end run j The local" scores came In the third and fourth quarters when they Intercepted a forward pa s ami raced the rest of the distance for a touchdown The Riverside hoys In the second part of the game threatened the groal line of the wn- rcrs twice The punting of Lewis nd the line bucking of Peace and H drd featured the pla\ of the locals Burton Dli ed a fine came on the end for the Cadets and he stopped manv of the runs that came his way for no gain The p'avlng of Poore and Gnbwln featured the game of the winners They were In the thick of the fljctu from the beginning to the end Oobwln at full made nice pains throughout the game and he scored two of his team s scores The Gor I don line showed up well and the Cadets had little chance to make much headway through It. In the second half they eased up a little and the Cadets ripped off nice gains j at will The score by quarters' I Gordon 777 0 21 Riverside DOT 7 14 i TECH HIGH PLAYS B.H.S. TOMORROW The annual Tech High-Boys' High game for Saturday afternoon is now only one day otf. For the flrst time in ears this gam will not'1 settle the championship of the local prep league The O M A. cadets I hold a victory over the lads of Covs' High and A tie with the Junior Smithies The cadets have usuatlj been contented to trail along- in the dust of the other two teams but this year they set aside the pr ce- j dent go long established and came out of the Bo s High scrap with a win and out of th Tech Hlgrh game j with a tie The annual Junior classic will not lose any of tha championship fervor i that ba been evident In th gatnee j of previous years Tech High should win toy a landslide from all the dope that can be gathered on th subject. Tha followers of the Purple and White are confident that ih team upon which they are rest- Ing their hopes will come through with a. win. as they state that the eld done bucket has and can be turned over once more this year Tha am old grudge still remains between the two school and It will be at Us enlth when the two teams take the field for tha annual game Both elevens are In the beet condition. The twa teams held light workouts Thanksgiving morn- 'ns and they will have another tMe afternoon la order that at tbe rough spots can be smoothed out. The hopes of the Pnrpu nd WhIU rest on Captain Clyde Wallace. On him the burden ol the offense will fait and If given half a cnanc lie will canie me Smithies M'DONALD INVITES TORNADO ThP Golden Tornado will be guests of 3 Hume McDonald at the championship bout at the Auditorium Monday night when Jake Ahel will meet Jack Britton This was announced late last night try the promoter of the fight and he j will gHe th members of the Tech team sats where they will be able to see the championship affair settled The fight will give the pugilistic fans of the cit all that could be desired It w\ll be a ten-round affair to a referees decision Harry Stout the famous referee from Milwaukee. Is to arrive shortly and he Hill handle the championship go Tritton is expected to arrive some time this morning In order that he tnlgnt finish his training for t ie bout Abel feasted on Turke Thanksgiving and eased up a bit In his training but today he will get back to the grind Jake will have the chance of his lifetime when he meets Britton for the title anrl he Is leaving no stone unturned to be in the best possible condition foi the fra This will be the first time that a championship bout has been held In this city and the first time that an Atlanta boy has had the chance to fight for a worlds title Abel has been training hard for the past week or two for the go He has spent a large part of tne mirnmg In road work and the aft ernoon sparrlnp with three of At lanta s oung boxers Jake is now flKhtmc the best of his career and the chances are that he mav be the neM worlds champion Britton hag been in the ring for some fifteen jea-s and 1 Just about ready to turn his place over to some other man in his cas He still how ever has punch left that knocks out the best of fighters and Abe Hill have to step around to get the rount o\er him Kid Karst and Jack Denham will be brought together in the semi- windup affair in place of the Meeghan Conway scrap Both of the e bovs are neat scrappers and they 'should give a prett exhibition The rest of the carxl has not been com- plettd but it will include an 8-round bout and a battle royil MERCERITES ARE BUMPED BY ERSKlftE Macon Ga November 25 Spe- Mil hr skme defeated Mercer here thl afternoon b the score f 20 to f Captain Phillips of the I Krskine ele\eni proved to be Mer jeers undoing' the fleet-footed captain of the vi itini elfven being the best barWfield man that ha t i laved In Jfacon this season He ripped off two 60 V d runs for a touchdown and made practically all of the gains for his team Cowart 210-pound Jrft guard scored Mercers lone tout hclow. n in the first ouarter when he recovered a fun.- hlefl- ball on Ers lne s 40-yard line and raced for a touchdown The Vteroer team though crippled by he absence of three regular mfn from her line-up put up a ame fijrlu The first halt of tha game was a pr ttj exhibition of the gridiron ra'tlme but the Baptists weakened somewhat In the last half and the pigskin artists from South Carolina -were able to put over two r ore touchdowns Frsklne thwarted Mercers only other chance to score in the second quarter when ihey held the Bap U ts 'or downs on their 2 vard line Garrison Weeklev and Welsh dl 1 most of the gaining for the Bap The weather was Ideal and a JITS' crowd turned out to witness the Turkcj day game The Linr-lp Mercer Pos Erskine le Thompson 1 g S Hood c Scogglns r t B Hood r t. Blakley .re .qb Scott Gainea Co wart Johnson Parker Roberts Kllison re Bride Stokes q b Henry RentzC hb. Hartness j Garrison Ihb Young' \VeekIey .fb Phillips C Substitutions Whlehead for Srott BPll for Renti Cone for Gar I rison Wel h for Weekley D nnedy for Hartnpes j fore by qjarters Frskine 707 20 j Mppoer 600 0 6 i Officials White Virginia ref- ere Ra GeorRlaV um.plre Lines man Owen Kentucky State Hatcher Tale Blakley Louisiana State I'niver'i timers to step around Bovg High has one of the weakest lines that they have ever had and it will be the target of the Smlthle offense Tech High has one of the strongest teams that has ever represented the Institution in some years Their line Is one that could be hardly improved on and their backfield Is well abova par This game will close the careers i of a large number of the Tech High players Frank Harris Charlie Williams Walter Gordy. Fred Saun- dfT3. Charlie Stone and Smack I Thompson. All of these men are Ptellar players and they should plav thp best game of their prep careers Harris Oordy and Thompson will be hard to stop i The line-Ups and the officials foe the game hav not been announced ANEW ARROW COLLAR OuraJfeabedy&Gxine/liojilIE MISS. AGGIES BADLY LICKED BY ALABAMA Birmingham. Ala November 25. University of Alabama defeated Mississippi A. M here today by toe score of 2 to T. The stars of the game were Stephenson and O Connor for Alabama the latter kicking a field goaKrom 'he 20-yard line Both he and Stephenson carried the ball t will Mfssissippis touchdown wa accomplished br a series of forward passes Both teams worked the forward pass frequently and effectively WAKE FOREST DEFEATED BY N. C. S T A T E Raleigh X C November 25 Special Mght fall found \Vak9 frorest buried under a score of 49 to 0 by State college here today with still eight minutes of the last quarter to play And then the Baptists gathered their strength to gether and put across a touchdown for a final score of 49 to 7 Two penalties of IS yards each had moved the ball out of their own end of the field and terrific line plunging after It was too dark to see who was carrying the ball enabled them to score The game was called by common consent with still five minutes to play The game wag long drawn requiring nearly three hours to play the four 15-mtnute quarters. States powerful backfleld ripped the Wake Forest line to tatters scoring al most whenever there was the notion to score and in the process inflicting minor casualties upon the Bap- ti ts that necessitated constant In terruption of the play Not until the fourth quarted had the Baptists made their second first down They"topped the rushing State eleven at own eame In the fir t few minutes o.f play only t/i have their pnt re turned by Guarby for a touchdown after a 4o-yard run Though only a few pounds lighter per man the Wake Forest team licked anv semblance of driving power or concerted offensive The game abounded In thrills Foucette took one of the Baptists punts on his -yard line and wKh the entire Riptt't ek-ven plunging it him worked his way past AVake f-orens oal line for a touchdown This came In the second quarter and i minute liter afer t kirkolf Guarlev worked around Wake Forests rleht end to take a pass on the 35-yard line to go over for another score Radenhojst Wake J-ore'ti ace was out of the game on account of injuries Captain Weathers of State was put out In the li t few minutes of play for STATE Pos WAKE FOREST "Wearn i e Johnston Weather C It Mo s F' 5d 1 s Bundy Kverhardt c "Wall Pa our r g Holman RlfPle r t. .Blackshear Lawrence re Heckman Faucette q b Benton Ouarley 1 h b Johnson Johnson r h b Fulton T ar f b Armstrong Score by periods ate i 21 7 IS M ak Forest 7 7 State scoring Touchdowns Gourley S Faucette 3 Pierson 1 goal after touchdown Caucette 7 Wake Forest scoring Touchdown John son goal after touchdown Jenncll State substitutes Pierson for Johnson Baum for Wearn Johnson for Park Park for Johnson McKinnie for Weathers Vvake Forest substitutes- Prevail for Blacfcshear Jennell for Armstrong Westhoff for Heckman Tav- loi for Fulton Martin for Westhoff Officials Gang af Lehigh ref- pree- Major of Auburn umpire Crnyton of Davidson head linesman Doak of Gullfard field Judge Time of periods 15 minutes each "Nothing but the breaking of a fish line .prevented Presidentelect Harding from catching tarpon of first-page size remarks The Ourhrl Okla Leader MICHIGAN AGGIES BOW TO BRILLIANT NOTR&DAME TEAM East Lansing. Mlciu November 15. Outplaying the Michigan Aggie in every department of the cam Notre Dame's footbatl eleven added another victory to It trios this afternoon. 25 to 0 The visitors scored on the kickoff in the first period. Coughltn their right halfback receiving the kick and racing SO yard lor touchdown. The Aggies trv d somewhat In the second period standing off the drive of several first-string men Bent In by the visitor Th half ended however tr' the Aggies holding on their 2-yard line. A series of forward passes wa opened up by Notre Dame in the third period and netted two more touchdowns Another touchdown was added in the final period on a blocked punt. EX Anderson substituting for Hayes at left end. carrying the bpll over. Tie Li e-rp. K. DAME (25) Pos. M. AC. 0) Hayes le .Basgett Voss 1 t. Bo Degree Lg. Mti Mehre c. .N.Ball Dooler r g Kadewald Oarvey r. t. .Letter Carter r e Thompson Grant. J. Springer Walsh 1. h. Johnson Coughtln r.h Noblett Castner f b .Hammes By periods Notre Dasie 0 12 J 2 Michigan Aggies .0 0 0 0 0 Summary Notre Dame tcorlng touchdowns Coirghlln Castner J E. Anderson substitute for Hayes goal from touchdown. Castner. ref eree. Gardner Cornell umpire. Lipsko Chicago head linesman. Samp Wisconsin time of period 15 minutes Football Results Nashville November 25. Vander- bll 21 Sewanee 3. Forbes Field Plttsburgr. November 25 Penn State. 0. Pittsburg 0 Detroit November 25. University of Detroit 27 Rutgers 0. Philadelphia. November 25 Penn sylvania 28 Cornell. 0 Cleveland November 25 "Western Reserve won the annual Thank glv- Ing day football game from Case today by a score of 2 to 0 on a safety play Cincinnati November 25 Cincin nati University 7 MlamU 0 Charlottesvme Vs November JS. Virginia. 14 North Carolina. 0 nofnn Rnntrfl. November 25. Tu lane 21 L. S. U. 0 Boanoke Va November 25 V. M. L 24. V P. I T. Bast Lansing Mich November 28 Notre Dame 25 Michigan A3glei. 0 Columbia Mo November 25 Missouri t Kansas. 7. At Athens Georgia 55. Clem- BOO 0 At Columbus Florida 0 Ogle- thropa 21 At Lincoln Nebraska 20 University of Washington 21 At Birmingham University of Alabama 24 Mississippi A. M 7 At Knoivllle Tennessee 1 Kentucky State 7 At Washington West VlrglnJft 0 Washington aad Jefferson 28. At Innlanapolis Mamtt tt 21 Wabash T. At Durham N C. Trinity 0 \Vofford 0 tie At Newport N w Hampoen- Sjdney 14 William and Mary 7. At Raleigh N C. Stat college 4 Wake Forest 7. At Macon. Ga Ersklne 20 Mer cer 6 At Greenville Furman 7 David son 0 l At Syracuse- St John's Military academy 14 Allen Military school 0 At Lancaster Pa Franklin and Marshall 0 Gettysturg 0 At Williamsport Pa Bucknell 20. CHcklnson 6. At taunton Va Staanton Mill- COMPpY FOOTBALL FOLLOWS The ISIO 0n tor the Ooldeft Tornado ended in a blaze ol glory with an overwhelming victory vtft the Auburn Tigers bat the season 1 not ever by any means for oUjcrs at Georgia Tech. Company football will bold the attention of many of the underclassmen In tke militiif department. The seasoa will oljsr clalljr opea D ceml er 4 nrHfe three good game NO member of the rarsltr. acruBs or freshman eleven will be allowed to play on any of the company teams. Under this system there vrtlt be a large number that will "be -1 given ome fine training in the. great gridiron sport. The playlngr of company football undoubted will bring to the. front coma of ft hidden "stars' that ar now concealed in the student bjdy. Coach Alexander hopes to find quite number that how signs of develop- Injr into fine players. The teams have been practicing for some time and they are rapidly getting Into perfect trim. The Tech coaches and members of tbb \arslty squad creaentnpr A coaches In order that the Soya can learn tl Tech style of play. George Qrlttliv. coach of th Freshmen team Bf 1920 led the team that -won the. championship last season. The opening games will be playtd December 4. when six teams will meet. Thefolowlng Saturda ythree more teams will meet regimental battalfon championships to be de cides. In all there will be about two months of football for the students. The schedule for the season is 6s follows- v December 4. A rs B 1 20 E v P t- tt vs M 4-5 30. Drcembrr It. C vs D 1-230 O T8 H. 2. 0ttr t vs K 4-5. D emer 18. vr Winner f A or B plays winner f 5 or D 1-ZSO winner E or F ptajw winner O or H 2.-3D-4 winner a or M plays winner I or K 4-5:50. January 8. Champion First Battalion pl champion Second Battalion 1 p. m. January 22. Champion First Battalion Wmy Staff team 1 p m. champion Seoc- ond Battalion playa champion Third Staff team 5 p. rn 6 Arranged by Coach Alexander and Captain T C. Drew regimental athletic officer. tary academy 49 Ftshburne. MlHUtr school 7 At Pel Molnes Oklahoma f. Drake 7. At Fort Defiance Va Augusta- Military academy 7. gUenandoah" Valley academy 8. Mobile. Ala Sprlnr Hill 21 Hi slssippl college 20. At Norfolk Naval base 7. Great Lakes Zg At Houston Teias- Rice instltnu 0 Arkansas 0. At Austin. Texas- Teras unlter sity 7. Texas A M. 3. J At Richmond- University ol Richmond (2 Randolph-Macon 1 l At Dallas Southern Methodist university 0 Baylor university 'tie At Port Worth Teras Texas Christian university 21 SouthweeU rn unrverstty 1C. At Ttitsa Okta. Kendall 45 UolU School of ilic s 0. At Cincinnati St. Xavler. 2t Hai kell Indians 7. At Springfield WlUcpberg Denison 0. f At Danville Ky Centre college 103 Georgetown college- 0. At Alliance Ohio Wooster. 7f Mount Union t. Jackson Ml Kovember IS Howard college 42 Mlllsaps colj lege 0. At Maryvllle Tenn. MaryvOJ college 21 Tusculum college. i' INR TO-NIGHT- Tomorrow Alright I MERRITTS PHARMACY In Our Men's Department 8 Alabama Street Prices Greatly Reduced Men's Shoes On The famous Bostonians and Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole Shoes in regular $16.00 to $17.50 values- reduced $12.69 tor $16.00 to $17.50 Value The styles offered include our high-grade BostonianB in. Shell Cordovan English last. Shell Cordovan Plain toe. Dark Tarv Vamp with Grey Kid top English last. Black Russia Calf with Grey Kid top English last. Patent Button Grey Kid top English Also Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole Shoes in Black Kid all shapes from neat straight Jasts to the afure-shape wide tbe st Mall Orders nifetf Carefully a. 1 I 1Iiii EDITED BY CLIFF W'HEAT I. 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