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Ullt, kl lldlinout P»rk, Atlanta.
>„ T . J4_Y. M. C. A. In New College,
at 7: JO a. m.
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Not. 27 All foot Imll men "it (am
mi- *1 !:r>p. m.. Tharp. cauipwNtttt |>. III."
Nov. :iH—Thallana n'hear*.-, at < hi
Phi club room*.
IVc. a—New Opera llouar. Niolu
.•.1 to give
ing mul tint tin
the local tea*
All th* electric earn were decora
ted on their front and rear plat
forma with Inrgc blue bill* an
. “nunn*i i.!
Vanderldll v«. the
.Genrgirf. tiaino wil
1 be called
TIE RECEKT GUMS.
FINE FLAYING BY Ol'll TEAM
DESl’ITE THE SCORE.
TWO T©I'0IIIH>WB. ALMOST Wll> »M"
VAVOKKHlLT's BURLY BI.BVKB - A
<t>STLY DBC1BIOH Of TIIK
The fickle geddcaa *.7
late* the .calc. of victory
NutfoMiui hill hoard* all over the
cityfarert* covered with the same
p.ofera. Tin re i* many a theatri
cal-company which fail* to pt the
advertising which that (fame re
coin'd, but it wa» of no avail.
Thomi win* were observant notloed
Hiinoiinecuii'ntH in tin 1 corridor of
klie Niebiilion Hotel and in many
j »tore window* along the »!reel* of
a great liorwc racing event whieh
w.ia Imoked to take place the name
afternoon. And later on when the
Inly* rode around in the chartered
electric car, all emend with col
lege color*, which by the way were
I Vanderbilt« alone, and all the
occupant* wen cheering and yell
ing like mad, lor the purpom' of
drawing a crowd’to the game, an
ohaerver, while he could lint fail to
ti - lu-olde who
on the aidewalK a* the car
■H-ntial to a game here a* the referee j aupreme importance of a good
an.l umpire. «•">"* line -
The team dined at midday and at Vaudeibilt atarted play with a
half past two pilad into the wagon (lying wedge, in whieh Captain
ette which wa* to carry them to Keller gained 13 yard* before he
the grounda. Juat before the game waa tackled by Brown,
begun the team were allown the The Tennoaaeeana lined np in a
moat graceful courleay received in Haali, and the ueil acriimnage took
Nmilville. Fifteen liaiidKoine large place five yard* nearer Georgia,*
red eliryaanllieniuma were aent to goal. Steady gsja* leaaeneil thia
the Imy* and a aupvrb American distance, and »oow a touch down
Beauty rime to Paul Fleming, the wa* made by Dortoh. The tackling
manager, ‘‘with oinplimeiita of of Shackclf ml, llalaey ami Warren
the Nicholaon Hotel." did much to break the oncoming
Win n tliv University men ran ruali, lull it wa* of no avail,
out on the field, the Vanderbilt The University than took th® ball
hover* wcic already there toaaiug and atarted will) the Delaud wedge
thi' ball about and prcaenlcd aueli wliicli gained H yard* with Butler
a •triking resemblance to the ao hugging the oval. HbaoksU
called “Tech" team by reaaon of added five around right end
their black sweaters, and atocking* '('11110111 downed him At thi* _
and black, aoiled uniform* that of the gainu our men di*cloaed II
aomc regarded it a* an evil omen. rallying power* and ability not
At three o'clock, the game wa* gel ca»lly rattled,
called. Mr. W. L. Granbcrry, of Two fumble* then proved
Princeton, waa ohoaen by \ under- fortunate, a* Sliaekelford w
bill to act a* referee and Mr. P. M. to punt The ball flew gra.
Foies, of Vanderbilt Univeralty, to through the air to a point 40 yu
act a* umpire. nearer Vanderbilt » goal
Vanderbilt won the low and took Doriuli caught it hut I - lick* got
down the field and allowed him to
five varil*. Bv a film
The men lined lip a* follow*:
pmied , I U ' , J K, “'\ K
1 , MirrvnMlb, l*«*ft Im-kU*.
ml smilingly waved tliHr
. .... acrchicf. afUT it, Blau Raw B n °i")' Sclmmi.
UniveiBity boy. in their ■••Jf lir . l-B which rode kwh*.
match with Vanderbilt and denied >ro|||||| j,, „ w „ goll that frequently Smith.
""" passed the enr and oil whieh wa* a Krtck.,
daring bill announcing iu liold ,ulrr ' F
character* thnne aume ill timed
We were a*.ured tliat only a cer
...» —■*"- — ' . and amllingiy w
ball game, turu.d her back w,u.rvly !|fu . ritf
on the University boy. in their la.lr ..
•Her, * «|»t
Brown advanced ttvo yard* and
received a alight hurt. Four yarda
I pnu r, IIukIipb, .
night liiianl llllderhnUNl, 1 »»" ll "' m,, |
oven one encouraging
in the struggle ngninat ovetwhe'in
ing odd* of weight, science and ex
Twice it ace Died aa if ahe were
about to grant them a touchdown,
but twice ahe changed her in bid
MIum kelfonl. I*rft lltlf Hark.
Ilrtiwn. K. Kl*l»t llulf Hwk.
Halsr). * Kull Hark,
Time of halve. 30
lain orowd attended the race*, but Average weight of University, IMP
I twioe .he changed her mm.l. ^ Hn|( or r the \ 156.
... the fir.lin.Unoe .ho hoodooed (|| i: ., u .,t. t 3 ..‘clock the T „ aamma ,| H the playing that
referee’* mind, *0 that he gave t a , tt(rn g |l|ie- ,„ m ,l,ered not more ( 0 ||„ w ,m1, Vanderbilt'* *tronge*l
t,all which aeemed destined to croa* ^ ^ ^h.^h the weather w»« 1 |(oillM wrn , their fine team work
Vanderbilt’* goal line to one of _ M , -ull i,.,),.,, LTLi-.i
which on the |miiit of inU-rferenoe
wa* almoatfaultleaa, the remarkable
quickueaa with which they *Urtcd
I ideally beautiful with an Indian
their players, although both Shack- ||kmMII .. lovely a* any
elford .nd Smith were hugging he ^ ^ Ml Athena in Ocloln-r.,
apheroid like grim eat 1 an. i< ^ k(vm ,. l | tl,»t ibu patron* »f the ' ,,| av ami the kicking of Connell.
Univeisity had the ball at the .. ^ ^ ^ ^ ||(>l at r .-*'.ri. ted to a f|, r j r weak point*were their high
ginning of the •orimmage. | 0 ,. rtal „ croW d. i tackling which wa. very much like
She diaappoiuted u. the «co.,d ^ >lu . ||<t||m ., ofUdl e. at the lh „ „f beginner., and their lack of
lima by letting the roughly handled j WM »|„, e». ecd'ugly .light, inurfereiice for their back, when
L »«***» -— ■- • * -
„.d,„ C.puin Hu * .1. .Ir-I-I-'O* *' *• i ..uu. !.*.,! “
other back, who counseled about f** r, * r • c * x * , . --i vi<lual got hi" hand, on it and
Klllott. j lowing acriininage, Shackelford
Manner, | oalled “down" juat "non enough to
Malone. 1>revent „ haul. Then Brown aplit
I * ort '*‘‘ ; the oppoting line wide open for *iv
( m-'cl'l’ yard, before Hilderhraud illu.tra
ted hi* idea, of tackling by catch-
ig him juat below tl < k. Two
:‘iolly coutceted “lurtl ."gained
three .ind four yar artfully.
Only eight ) w."e m needed
for a touchdown, but in the ia*t
acrirom.ge, lteferee Cranberry,
alone and ura-Utad, had bucked
the Univeraity’e center with tremen
dous ricioa# by handing tb® ball
over to Vanderbilt. Although
Shackelford and Smith both held
the ba”, and though the presump
tion wa. .tronglv in lb® Uuiverei-
tv', favor in caae of a doubt, *ino«
the ball wa* her* at the outact, tbV
When the boy* arrived in N'a.h u> the game,
ville, they were met at the depot Thi. wa. *omewh*t of a diu.l
by a deUchmeut of Vanderbilt men |wintment to the men a* they con-
who greeted them warmly, gave fee. tbemrelve*, that the pretty
their college yell* aod told a re girl* of Naabvllle made a deep iro
porter on the Naabvllle "Daily premion 00 them. Athen. >■ far
American” that the Georgia boy* .uperior »o Nsehville in this respect,
, were a fine, heavy looking ret of a. th. “Lucy Oobb" and ‘ Home
man, apparently la .Kw.leal traio- Sohdal" have k—« -
back Iwfore lie could make any con
•iderablu gain Consequently *ome
fine advaiiee* were made on puuU
by llalaey and Butler.
It* greeted weaknea* waa iu line,
which acted aa a fearful handicap
on every movement. The gami-
wili prove a valuable experience if
it baa impreaacd the men with the
touchdown, «« th® ball wa. going
•might to Vanderbilt', goal-
The University wa* naluraUy div
courage.!, and aft" holding Tayb r
back for five >»"*•' her lio,;
way to Vanderbilt'* attack and
ahortly they bad mad. another
COWIISOBD OS rovum CAU*.