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FOOTBALL [[image]] football game [[/image]] Morgan College VERSUS W. Va. Collegiate Institute Sat., Oct. 29th MARYLAND Black Sox BASE BALL PARK Bush and Russell Streets - Baltimore, Md. ADMISSION - - 75 CENTS Student Tickets 50 cents before October 29th _________________________________________ These two strong, well-mathed teams will furnish teh public with the best exhibition of foot-ball playing in Baltimore this season. Dont Miss It! Game called at at 2:30 P. M. Hampton Athletic Association Hampton Institute, Va. ________ FOOTBALL SCHEDULE - 1923 ________ OCTOBER 13 Morgan College ................ at Hampton OCTOBER 20 St. Paul N. and I. Institute .. at Hampton OCTOBER 27 Virginia N. and I. Institute .. at Hampton NOVEMBER 3 Lincoln University ....... at Lincoln, Pa. NOVEMBER 10 Shaw university ........ at Raleigh; N. C. NOVEMBER 17 Howard University ............. at Hampton THANKSGIVING Union University ............. at Richmond _________ T. T. COLEMAN, Captain for 1923 CHAS, H. WILLIAMS, Physical Director GIDEON E. SMITH Asst. Physical Director THE QUITTER ROBERT W. SERVICE When you're lost in the wilds And you're scared as a child, And death looks you bang in the eye, And you're sore as a boil, It's according to Hoyle To cock your revolver and die. But the code of a man, Says fight all you can, And self dissolution is barred, In hunger and woe, It's dead easy to blow, It's the Hell-served-for-breakfast that's hard. You're sick of the game, Well, well that's a shame, You're brave, you're young, and you're bright, You had a raw deal, I know, but don't squeal, Buck up, do your damdest and fight. It's the plugging away that will win you the day So don't be a piker, old pard, Just call on your grit, it's dead easy to quit, It's the holding your chin up that's hard. It's easy to cry you're beaten, and die, It's easy to crawfish and crawl, But to fight and to fight, when hopes out of sight, Ah, that's the best game of them all. And though you come out of each gruelling bout All broken and beaten and scarred, Just have one more try It's dead easy to die, It's the keeping on living that's hard. OFFICERS FOR THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION For President ⬜ Robert A. Coles ⬜ Longworth MeB. Quinn ⬜ William D. Williams For Secretary ⬜ C. Portfield Harris ⬜ Francis I., Baker ⬜ George Gray For Treasurer ⬜ Major Allen Washington For Asst. Treasurer ⬜ George M. Merritt ⬜ Joseph A. Baldwin Information For the offices of President and Secretary the young men receiving the next highest vote will be chosen as Vice President and Asst. Secretary. Please place X in front of the candidate of your choice. May 12, 1927 Hampton Athletic Association Hampton Institute, Va. ___________________ FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1924 ___________________ OCTOBER 4 Durham State Normal 31-0 at Hampton OCTOBER 11 Va. Seminary & College 7-0 at Hampton OCTOBER 18 St. Paul N. & I. Institute 14-0 at Norfolk, Va. OCTOBER 25 Va. Normal & Ind. Inst. 6-13 at Petersburg NOVEMBER 1 Lincoln University 3-7 at Philadelphia, Pa. NOVEMBER 8 Shaw University 0-1 at Hampton NOVEMBER 15 Howard university [[?]] at Washington, D. C. THANKSGIVING Va. Union University 9-7 at Hampton _________ OSCAR A. PINDLE, Captain for 1924 CHAS, H. WILLIAMS GIDEON E. SMITH Physical Director Asst. Physical Director and Coach Lincoln University & Hampton INVITE YOU AND YOUR FIRENDS TO D A N C E WITH THEIR FOOT BALL PLAYERS AND STUDENTS Saturday Nite, October 15th, 1927 Richmond Market Armory Music by WILLIAMS and his 10 BROWNIES Admission : : 50 Cents
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