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B': J Won by Kansas, 12
ijfe1, i- Tie games, 2
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OFFICIALS ARE CHOSEN FOR
The officials for the Kansas-Missouri
game were decided upon Saturday.
Masker of Kan-as City, Referee.
Griffith of Iowa University, Umpire.
Hamilton of Kansas City, Field
Cornell of Lincoln. Head Linesman.
High School Alumni Win.
The alumni of the T. C. H. S. de
feated the Teachers College High
School football team on Rollins Field
Saturday morning by G to 0. The
game was stubbornly fought by both
bides, but the High School boys were
unable to withstand the line plunging
of their heavier opponents. The alum
ni team consisted of former High
School stars. Eddie Klein was their
greatest ground gainer through the
Texas V. to Celebrate.
The University of Texas is to cele
brate its twenty-fifth anniversary Nov.
25 and 20. A feature will be an old
fashioned Texas barbecue on the foot
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MOVING PICTURE SHOW
Palermo and Surroundings
Coach is Optimistic After
Seeing the Jayhawkers
MUCH DEPENDS. ON KICKING
Relies on Superior Open
Work of Tigers to Win
TIGER CAPTAINS SINCE 1900
1900 Charles Washer
1901 Charles Washer
1902 Tom Ellis
1903 "Cub" Birney
1904 II. II. Haggard
1905 H. W. Anderson
190(5 Benjamin Tillman
1907 E. L. Miller
1908 E. L. Miller
Coach Monilaw of the University of
Missouri football team, who saw the
Kansas-Iowa game in Iowa City Sat
urday, is optimistic over the Tigers'
chances of defeating the Jayhawkers
next Thursday. lie said today to a
reporter for the University Missou
rian: '"Kanas played straight football al
most exclusively and was forced to
punt almost half the time on the third
down. The Iowa game was three-quarters
line smashing, mixed with end runs.
Kansas' kicking game was not as good
"The Jayhawkers tried the forward
pass one time and failed; they tried
the quarter back kick half a dozen
times and were successful only once.
They got their plays off smoothly
and evenly, but not very fast. They
bucked the line many times standing
Kansas is Heavier.
"The Kansans will outweigh the
Tigers ten pounds to the man. They
will outweigh Missouri at all five of the
center positions, with the exception of
Bluck at right tackle. They will out
weigh us at one of the end positions
and will be twenty pounds heavier than
the Tigers at quarter. In the backfield
Kansas will outweigh the Tigers twen
ty pounds to the man.
"Kansas was in good physical condi
tion at the end of the game. The men
sliould be in fine condition for the
Thanksgiving Day game.
"Kanas has a good group of substi
tutes who play as well as the regulars.
One of the Iowa players said to me that
the Kansas substitute who played
against him was a better man than
the regular player.
Good Chance for Tigers.
"I feel that w have a good chance
to whip Kansas. I believe we can go
through their line much better than
did Iowa. We have several plays that
will keep them guessing. If our kick
ing game equals theirs," the Tigers will
'Thysieally Kansas is stronger than
Missouri, but not as fast. The team
has not shown ability to play the open
game, as has Missouri. It may be that
Kennedy, their coach, is holding a good
ly lot of football under cover until
Thanksgiving Day. However, our op
ponents have shown us a better line
of open plays than Kansas seems to
po-css and, with the exception of Ames,
we have been able to cope with them
SCORES TEAMS MADE
IN EAST AND WEST
Vanderbit 2S, Washington 0
Chicago 18, Wisconsin 12
Minnesota 11, Carlisle 0
Illinois 44. Northwestern Ji
Indiana 10, Purdue 0
Kansas 10, Iowa 5
Harvard 4, Yale 0
Syracuse 2S, Michigan 4
Army 15, Villanova 0
Xavy 25, Virginia Poly 4
W. and J. 41, Waynesburg 0
Cornell IS, Trinity C
Amherst 4, Williams 0
Honor System at Mississippi TJ.
The honor system at the University
of Mississippi prohibits drunkenness.
Infringements of the system are punish
ed by class representatives.
I sell them cheaper tKan you
can buy them else-wrier
F. A. HENNINGER
W. J. McGrath, Mgr.
YALE, SCORE 4 TOO
Crimson Triumphs Over the
Blue First Time in
JAYHAWKERS WIN FROM IOWA
Run of 100 Yards Gives
Chicago the Western
Harvard triumphed over Yale Sat
urday on Yale field at New Haven,
Conn., for the first time in seven
years. The score was 4 to 0, Ken
nard of the Crimson kicking a field
goal from the twenty-eight-yard line
near the end of the first half.
Missouri next Thursday will try to
win from Kansas for the first time in
seven years. The last victory of the
Tigers over the Jayhawkers was in
1901, when "Sharkey" Washer was
captain of the Missouri eleven. Mis
souri scored three touchdowns and
Kansas two, making the score 18 to
12. Harvard in the same year de
feated her ancient rival by a score of
22 to 0.
Is It an Omen?
Kansas will go into the game
Thanksgiving Day with an unbroken
string of victories for the last six
years, save only for the 1006 game, in
which the teams battled to a 0 to 0
draw. Missouri "rooters" who know
the. analogy of the Yale-Harvard and
the Missouri-Kansas games see a good
omen in the victory of the Crimson
over the Blue Saturday.
Kansas defeated Iowa at Iowa City
Saturday by 10 to 5 the same score
by which Missouri early in the season
won from the Hawkeyes on Rollins
Field. Coach Kennedy of the Jay
hawkers, fearful that the battering of
the Iowans would keep some of his
stars out of the Missouri game, sent
several substitutes in during the first
half. Iowa battled with every ounce
of fighting ability and the half ended
with a 0 to 0 score.
How Kansas Whipped Iowa.
In- the second half Kansas sent in
her regulars and the Iowa men were
unable to withstand the onslaught.
Iowa scored early in the second half
on a forward pass. Kansas, by line
hammering tactics, pushed the ball
over the line for two touchdowns.
At Madison, Wis., Quarterback Stef
fen won the Western championship
for Chicago by tne of the most re
markable plays ever seen on the grid
iron. The game ended: Chicago, 18;
Steffen caught the ball on the kick-
off on his own ten-yard line and ran
one hundred yards for a touchdown.
The Wisconsin players, according to
press reports of the game, seemed
dumbfounded and made only two or
three futile attempts to tackle the fleet
Maroon player as he sped up the west
ern side line. Had it not been for hi
run the game would have ended in a
Minnesota outplayed the Carlisle In
dians and won by 11 to C. Both the
touchdowns of the Northerners re
sulted from skillful use of the forward
pass, though the Minnesota men aIo
outplayed the Indians on straight foot
ball. Minnesota had the ball one foot
from the Carlisle goal when time was
called. The Indians' trick plays were
Vanderbilt overwhelmed the light
Washington team at St. Louis and
won by a score of 28 to 0. St. Louis
University rested for the game with
Carlisle Thanksgiving Day.
The department of economics of Ore
gon is doing research work to aid the
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Missouri is Going
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