By the Associated Press
The States of the South furnished the following numbers of soldiers as of November 11, 1917:
North Carolina, 73,003
South Carolina, 13,482
A table showing the number of men furnished to the arms by each State during the war was made public today by the War Department.
New York led with 367,864 and Nevada stood last with 5,105 in the total of 3,757,624 men obtained by draft, voluntary enlistment, or through the National Guard.
Men actually furnished ran very closely, the table shows, to the obligation of the States making their quotas proportionate to their populations.