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irjTITEBSITT MISSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , 1912.
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When you want some
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the prompt service.
We give S&H green trad
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purchases except on Ko
daks and Kodak supplies.
For the Tape-measure Suit
No matter what you pay, you pay
too much. Why will men take
their clothes on trust when they
can see ivhat they are contracting for,
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Try on a Suit or
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WITH AMES LINE-UP
Practice Game for Varsity
Squad on Rollins Field
TRY ROLLA SATURDAY
From Now On All Practice
Will be Aimed Against
The second football game of
season between the Varsity and
Freshmen is being played on Rollins
Field this afternoon. It is an import
ant game from one standpoint, at
least, for the choice of men to be used
in the line-up against Ames probably
will be finally settled.
The Varsity "cripple list" which for
a while included almost all of the
team lias now been reduced to two.
Pixley and McWilliams are at present
the only men who are not in the game.
The line-up as started this after
noon is: Gallagher, center; Hastings
and Kemper, guards: Barton and
Groves, tackles: Wilson and Mills,
ends: Lake, quarter; LeMire and
Knobel, halves and Mills, full.
Thatcher and Clay are being used as
substitutes in the line and Turley and
Wiggans in the back field.
The team showed fight in yesterday
afternoon's practice and the best de
fensive work of the year was exhibi
ted. Wiggans at half played a good,
scrappy game and carried the ball for
some good gains. Turley showed
good form in his kicking and made
several pretty retuns on punts.
It was not the Varsity against the
scrubs in the game yesterday after
noon but really a fight between two
Varsity teams. These were picked to
be as evenly matched as possible and
several shifts were made, to keep
tilings evened up. The back field of
the Varsity was kept together the en
tire time, however. It was made up
of Lake. LeMire, Knobel and Shepard.
Gallagher, Thatcher, and Hastings
who started with the Varsity seemed
lacking in aggressiveness and before
the finish were shifted to the substi
tute team. They were replaced in the
Varsity line by Clay, Kemper, and
The line-up this afternoon is prac
tically the same as will be used
against Ames including, Thatcher,
Clay, McWilliams, Wiggins and Pix
ley. The Ames team is reported to be
the best this year that has ever been
turned out from that school. Nine
of the last year's team are in the
lineup this year. Last year Ames won
the Iowa state championship by de
feating Iowa University 1.'! to 0. Ames
also had valid claims on the Missouri
Valley championship not having been
defeated by a valley team and tieing
with Nebraska which had the same
record. In the game with Minnesota
this year the Gophers were unable to
make a touchdown against them.
Ames lost a good man in the Minne
sota game when Burgo a halfback
broke his arm. Burge practically won
the game with Missouri last year by
a long kick. The game with Ames
will be played a week from Saturday.
The contest with Rolla scheduled to
be played next Saturday will be the
first real test which the Tigers have
encountered this year. The teams
met so far have all been light and
there has been no chance to get any
line on just what our material is
really worth. I-ast year was the first
real defeat which Rolla has had at
the hands of the Tigers. Usually the
team is one of the best of the early
season with heavy men and plenty
Almost an hour of hard scrimmag
ing was ghen the Tiger football play
ers yesterday afternoon. The rooters
who saw it agree that it was the best
scrimmage of the year. The first
team was kept on the defensive most
of tlie time. Prof. C. L. Brewer wants
to strengthen the defense of the team, ,
ave the second eleven the ball on
'varsity's 20-yard line and told
them to "carry it over." They suc
ceeded in scoring in a few downs and
the program was repeated again. The
second team carried the ball over
about six times, but the old men put
up a stiff tight both times.
Professor Brewer paid particular
attention to Thatcher, the big tackle.
"Get that man. Thatcher," ho was
continually commanding. "see if
I you're better than be is?" It was evi
dent that Professor Brewer intended
to make Thatcher "fight" if he was
to stay on the team. Gallagher and
Bressler at center were given good
work-outs. Gallagher started on the
regular elevent and Bressler on the
seconds, but they changed places
while the scrimmage was in progress.
Lake played quarter for the first team
and "Red" Turley for the seconds. In
the 'varsity backfield were Knobel. 1 said and done, the fight for the cham
LeMire and Shepard. while WIggans pionship will be between Missouri,
and Duvall did good work in the sec- Kansas, Nebraska and Ames. The
ond team backfield. Aggy Cyclones from up in Iowa are
The open field work of the men was J almost sure to fail before the season
particularly good and Wiggans, Lake 'is over as they are the butt of many
and Turley got away for good runs. , battles early in the season. The Corn
Professor Brewer did not designate buskers have the advantage of weight
either eleven as the 'varsity, but the
rooters picked Captain LeMire's team
as the regulars. It included, besides
LeMire, Knobel, Barton, Wilson, Mills.
Hastings and other men who faced
Central and the freshmen.
The scrubs lined up against the
freshmen team yesterday and defeat
ed them by one touchdown.
AMES PREPARES FOR TIGERS
Xext Game of Iowa Team Will Be on
Rollins Field Here.
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i .iitruiutris ui nit: viiico luuiuau icaui
i returned to tnp camiitis Mondav from
Minneapolis battered and bruised.
The defeat at the hands of the Go
phers, the thirteenth in succession, is
taken philosophically by the rooters.
Light work was given the men in
practice yesterday. The coaches cen
tered their work on the back field
candidates, the broken arm sustained
by Burge making the development of
a new halfback and kicker a neces
sity. Brenan is the favorite for the
position. The next game Ames has is
here on Rollins Field a week from
OX THE VALLEY GRIDIRONS
Nebraska and Ames- Are to
Strom Teams This Year.
Amid the toil of the football candi
dates of Missouri Valley Conference
this season, the eyes of all the foot
ball enthusiasts are turned toward
the University of Nebraska and won-1
dering if the Stiehm machine this ,
season will be the steam roller of ?
last year. But the patrons of the!
sport who are well informed appear
skeptical about any reptition of such I
performances by the Cornhuskerj
tribe. It is a bit early in the season j
to quote authority for the skepticism, j
but the enthusiasts have good infor-(
mation to start on in the material that (
is back on the Corn husker squad
this season. ,
The University of Missouri was the
first of the teams in the conference
to open the season. The Missouri ma- '
ien.u on nanu is gelling into snape
for early in the season. Prof. C. L.
Brewer, physical director, is expected
to have a machine, by the time of the
first conference game with Ames a
week after the Rolla game, that will
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ue aui 10 ureaK in on me nooaoo
inai ior an ume past nas deteated the
. ihCic m jiiuiiuu cuiufaia Willi llie
Thp Jayhawker eleven will average
at least five pounds heavier than the
"Cyclones" this year. The Kansans"
have plenty of material and about
seven or eight "K" men to count on
for work on the team this year. The
prospects at Kansas for both weight , caning at jUssourian office and pay
and speed in the eleven are bright. ng for tnjs ad.
The only smudge in the horizon about
Lawrence, according to news reports
which the sceptics believe to be one
of the annual K. U. "bears"', is the
statement that the squad lacks a
kicker. Coleman, a Lawrence bo v.
has "been found." however, and is ex
pected to be in form by the first time
the referee's whistle is heard.
The last of the valley conference
elevens. Washington U. at St. Louis SITUATION WANTED By lady
and Drake at Des Moines, are of stenographer with two years experi
about equal strength and are not ence- Can Bvc K0(1 references. Ad
picked to disturb the peace of mind dross J- Missourian. (d3t)
of any members of the conference, ex-,
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contender for the privilege, and,
strengthening its argument by con-'
sistont victories in contests with the
Valley conference members. The!
Sooners will he an obsacle in the path
of any gridiron machines, and should
they get to be members of the confer
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for next door neighbors.
But in the conference.
when all is
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THREE XEW VOTING PRECINTTS
Tno of These Will Re in Columbia
Rut no Place is Designated.
The County Court of Boone County
is establishing three new voting pre
cincts in the county. One is to be at
Browns Station in Rockyfork town
ship, and the others in Columbia.
It is not yet definitely known where
the new ones in Columbia will be.
The County Court wants to have the
voting places of all the precincts of
Columbia put in the courthouse but
it does not yet know whether that
will be according to law.
Call 55 and subscribe to Missourian
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Can furnish good reference. Apply to
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FOUND A diamond ring on 9th
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FOR RENT Two well
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FOR RENT Two large rooms one
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FOR RENT One furnished room,
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FOR RENT Room and Board for
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ROOMS FOR BOYS Large rooms
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