Workmen Busy in Charleston Tornado-damage Area [caption for three photographs:] Reconstruction in the order of the day in the two tornado-stricken sections of [illegible: page torn] The top photograph shows a scene at the Dock Street theater, where damage [illegible: page torn] is being repaired. Workmen are busy clearing the site (center view) where a twister [illegible: page torn] by I. M. Pearlstine & Sons. The lower picture shows a lineman repairing wires on [illegible: page torn. Cumberland?] Pearlstine establishment, near State St. A part of the structure in [illegible: page torn] [back page:] [illegible: page torn] [illegible: page torn. Conference?] Teams Presbyterian Triple-threater [caption for photograph:] GILES BATCHELOR Presbyterian triple-threater, will be one of the thorns in The Citadel s flesh when Light Brigade meets Blue Hose in Johnson Hagood stadium Friday night. [newspaper article:] CADETS, HOSE OUT FOR BLOOD Both Hope to Redeem Themselves Here Friday Two defeat-ridden teams, out to redeem themselves, will tear into each other when Presbyterian meets The Citadel in Johnson Hagood stadium Friday night. The Blue Hose has a lot of ground to cover. Last season they lost ten games, won none. The Citadel has played three games this season, failing to win any. Both will be out for blood. Two Charleston boys will be on the Presbyterian squad that invades Charleston. They are Pete Holcombe and Huiett Paul. Holcombe weighs [illegible: 185?] pounds, is six feet, two inches tall, is on the team for the third year, has won his letter twice, is 23 years of age. Paul tips the scales at 150, is five feet, nine inches, has been on the team for two years, is 20 years of age. Last year The Citadel won a [illegible: 19-0?] victory over the Blue Hose. FIGHTS LAST NIGHT New York-- Lou Nova, 197, [illegible: San?] Francisco, stopped Gunnar Barlund, 204, New York, (7). Plainfield, N. J.-- Lou Raymond 142, Baltimore, outpointed Johnny Craven, 136, Philadelphia, (8). Washington, D. C.-- Pete Sarron, 131, 1-2, Alexandria, Va., outpointed Yucatan Kid, 129, 1-2, Mexico, (15); Small Montana, 107 3-4, Philipines, technically knocked out Aurelien Lamothe, 112, Canada, (8) Atlanta-- Bearcat Obie Walker, 240, Atlanta, technically knocked out Elmer, 200, Hastings, Fla., (6). New York-- (Broadway Arena)-- Frankie Vacanna, 146 1-4, New York, stopped Milt Aaron, 146, Chicago, (7). Chicago-- Tommy Howell, 143 1-2, Danville, Ill., decisioned Tony Petroskey, 145 1-4, Muskegon, Mich., (10); Dick Kist, 146 1-2, Danville, decisioned Norman Roth, 146, Chicago, (4); George Nyberg, 147, Canada, decisioned Georgie White, 146 1-2, Chicago, (4); and Jimmy Buckler, 129, Indianapolis, decisioned Miles Martinez, 132, St. Paul, (5). A machine gun firing 350 shots [illegible: page torn. a?] minute was invented during the American Civil War by R. I. Gatling and later was adopted by nearly every civilized nation. [newspaper article:] RIGHT FLANK IS JINX POST FOR CHARLESTON HIGH TEAM Three Players Who Have Filled the Position Have Been Injured; Wilson Johnson Latest to Go on Shelf; Bantams Face Strong Camden Outfit Friday. The right end position is a jinx post for the Bantams. The third man to occupy that position has been injured and the season is just getting under way. Coach Gene Clark said today that Wilson Johnson pulled the ligaments in his ankle, placing him on the shelf and opening the end gap for the third time this year. The first man at the post was Fred Attaway. He sprained his knee. The second to essay the task was Frank Heidt. He broke his hand. The third mad to go to right end was Johnson. He has pulled the ligaments in his ankle. Coaches Clark and Ephie Seabrook have shifted Leroy Miller to the job and are hoping for the best. Miller so far has suffered no injuries, and observers are hoping that he has broken the jinx.