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University Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1908-1916, October 10, 1912, Image 3

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UHITBBSITT MISS0UKIA5, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
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Week End Specials
FRDAY and SATURDAY
The continued warm
weather has given us
COLD FEET. Bus
iness is not what it
ought to be and we
have a big stock of
wearing apparel and
it is enough to give
us cold feet.
So we are going to
give the patient,
"The Suit Depart
ment," a big dose of "";
medicine to receive
it on Friday and Sat
urday. The prices we will
make on Suits and Coats
may trivc the patient a se-
erc chill but we hope it will bring good results, not only to the pa
tient, but the people who will attend the patient on Friday and Saturday.
Remember, we guarantee the medicine, and if you are not entire
ly satisfied with it in every way you return it and get your money.
Look for the Red Prescription on Every
Garment.
WOMENS' AND MISSES' . GOATS.
25 beautiful all wool chinchilla coats, Worth make;
colors Navv, Brown, Tan, Grav. Specially priced at
$17.50, $20, $25 and $27.50. "
MISSES AND JUNIORS' GOATS.
The PALMER QUALITY, in chinchillas, Cheviots
and fancy Mixtures. Colors: Navy, Brown, Tan and
Grav. Specially priced at $10.95, $12.50, $15.75,
$17.50 and $20.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS
In Serges, Mixtures. Colors: Navy, Black, Browns,
Gravs; in regular and stout sizes, specially priced at
$10; $12.50, $15, $16.50, $19.95 and $25.
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KOSIMM8CBC3mnirTH
GantnEllison Co
COLUMBIA, - - - MISSOURI.
Your Wrinkled,
Dusty Clothes
can be quickly cleaned and pressed at
Daily Brothers
Fine Tailoring.
Work called for and Delivered.
Phone 736. Virginia Building.
We will be pleased to have
you open your account with us.
ti.oo starts an account. We pay 3 on Time deposits.
CENTRAL BANK.
Northwest Corner Sth and Broadway.
Go. B. Dorsey, Pres. Ira T. G. Stone, Cashier
W. E. Farley, Vice-Pres. J. W. Sapp, Asst Cashier
SEE THE NEW WAGON
OUR WORK IS
AS PRETY
Westminster Laundry
O. C. McCullough, Agt.
VICTORY
ROUGH
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TIGERS NO PRAISE
Brewer Says Their Playing
Against Freshmen Yester
day Was Very Ragged.
THE SCORE WAS 18 TO 0
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Payne's Orchestra
will furnish yourtevenines
entertainment with . good
classy music
M. A. PAYNE, Mgr.
Phone 361-Red. 512 S.5th St.
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PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At Returnable Prices.
CALL 96
COLUMBIA AUTO COMPANY
108 B. 9th Street
Changes in Line-up Threat
ened After the Contest
First Year Men Fighters.
The Southwest's Greatest College UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
The Southwest's Greatest Store EMERY, BIRD, THAYER, COMPANY
"Rotten", was the way which Prof.
C. L. Brewer characterized the freshman-Varsity
game yesterday, in which
the freshmen held the Varsity IS to 0.
Professor Brewer was speaking of the
Tigers' work, not the freshmen.
Professor Brewer had promised the
rooters that if they went to the fresh
man game they would see the line-up
that probably would start the Ames
game October 19. He has changed his
mind, however, since yesterday's
game, and says that a very different
line-up will work in the Ames game
if there is not a lot of improvement.
The freshmen played a remarkably-
good game compared with their exhi
bition last Saturday in which they
were defeated 3S to 0- Manning, left
half back for the freshmen, was very
effective in running with the ball and
easily had the best of the punting ar
gument. Moore, half back and cap
tain, was another freshman star.
Knoliel l'liijed Good Came.
"Rotten" is not the term by any
means that could be applied to Kno
bel, the Tigers' mainstay in the back
field. He probably gained more
ground than all the rest of the back
field. He made three touchdown, the
only scores made in the whole game.
Almost every other play was "Dobby"
through the line for a substantial
gain. The majority of his gains were
for more than twenty yards. Rooters
are predicting that he will land a
place on the all Missouri Valley team
if he keeps up his good work.
The Tigers showed very plainly
that they were weak in the kicking
department, not so much in punting
as in place and drop kicking. Shep
ard was given a trial at place kick
ing yesterday in place of Thatcher,
who doesn't seem to be able to get
the ball over the bar. Shepard failed
in all three attempts at goals after
touchdowns. Turley made two at
tempts to drop kick, both from about
the thirty yard line, and failed in
both. The wind which blew across
the field may have had something to
do with the poor showing.
Shepard Did Well, Too.
Shepard went well in the backfield,
providing the only real thriller of the
game when he ran 80 yards on the
kickoff and was downed so close to
the goal that it was an easy matter
to put the ball over for a touchdown
in two downs. He punted in his usual
form, which means that he was hard
to beat-
The freshmen started the game as
if they meant business. After kick
ing to the Varsity, they held them in
the center of the field. The Varsity
kicked and later recovered the ball
and pushed it down to the one-yard
line. It looked like an easy touch
down, but the freshmen were there
with the holding quality and the
Varsity lost the ball. The rest of the
first half was all in favor of the
Tigers and they scored at will.
The second half was somewhat of
a victory for the freshmen, for they
held the Varsity scoreless. They
threatened to score when Moore re
covered a fumble and ran to the
Tigers' forty yard line. A forward
pass by the freshmen was successful
but a second was not and the Tigers
had the ball again. The reason why
the Varsity did not score in the sec
ond half was due probably to the fact
that they tried a great deal of open
work. Knobel was taken out in the
fourth quarter, and replaced by
Dunkel.
Forward Pass PIdn't Work.
Both teams showed poorly when
they attempted to use the forward
pass. Only three successful passes
were made by both sides out of about
twenty-five tried. The only time that
the freshmen made their downs was
on a play that should have been a
forward pass, but which turned into
a half back run around left end.
Lake and Turley alternated at
quarter. Turley is a better kicker
than Lake but otherwise there isn't
much to chose between them. McWil
liams is not recovering from his in
jury as fast as it was expected and
it may lie between Lake and Turley
as to the who works in the first few
games- Everyone seems to think that
as soon as McWilllams is able to play
again all argument will be settled for
the pivotal position. At the rate Tur
ley and Lake are developing it seems
that the race for the position will re
main three-cornered for some time.
Take Your Luncheon in Our
TEA ROOM
A Corner in the Tea Room,
Third Floor.
If s an ideal place to dine when yon
are in Kansas City. You'' 11 find it
a beautifully appointed room at the
JVest end of the third floor, known
throughout the Southwest for its un
equaled cuisine and hygienic cook
ing and excellent service. Tour
trip to Kansas City will not be com
plete unless it includes a visit to the Tea Room.
Outfitters to every mi mber of the family and Furnishers eomplete of the home.
Shop by mail if you cant come in person.
KANSAS CITY. MO.
Want Column
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FOR RENT Room one block from
University; modern except heat. 210
S. 10th. (dCt)
LOST A bunch of keys. Have name
of Earl King on ring. Return to
Wren's Pharmacy in Virginia BIdg.
WANTED A position as janitor by
a first class experienced workman.
Can furnish good reference. Apply to
Albert Thornton, 102 S. Second, or
phone 62C Black. (dlOt)
FOR RENT Two well furnished
rooms for quiet persons. 804 Hill-
crest. (d6t)
ROOM AND BOARD for young men
at 722 Missouri Ave. Price reason
able. Mrs. Draffen (d6t)
nished. Call on
Paquin Street.
Mrs.
Cooper, 1110
(T.F.S.)
SITUATION WANTED By lady
stenographer with two years experi-
ence. Can give good references. Ad
dress J. Missourian. (d3t)
FOR RENT Two third floor rooms
for men. Rent reasonable. Call at
1318 Anthony Street (wk)
FOR RENT Nine-room modern
house, corner of Stewart Road and
Westwood avenue, for $30 per month.
Inquire at 110 N. 8th St., or phone
386 Green, or 394 Red. W. E. Farley.
(tf)
FOUND Plain gold cuff button,
oval shape. Owner can have same by
calling at Missourian office and pay
ing for this ad.
FOR RENT Room and Board for
young men at 722 Missouri Ave. Price
reasonable. Mrs. Dratfen. dGt
ROOMS FOR BOYS Large rooms
with or without board. Newly fur-i
For fine
CLEANING,
PRESSING,
REPAIRING,
PHOWE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
to measure.
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
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W i if. ,'0J
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For a Quick, Glean Shave
COLUMBIA'S
Sanitary Barber Shop
W. E. POINTS and "DOC PERRY
Eleven South Ninth.
American Lady
Corsets
Designed in strict accord with the
styles that produce the fashionable
low bust, long hips and back.
Strawn-Holland
DRY GOODS CO.
A VEST-POCKET CONVENIENCE
Don't stub your toe, wreck several chairs and
your disposition trying to find the electric push-button
in your room some night.
Get one of these little pocket flash lights and he prepared to see your way
any place. They are made well - equipped with a strong storage battery."
Cost S1.25 at most places but we have a big shipment and rfM fr
you can have them for a light iplm.My
We have others so made to give
steady light. These will cast a light
thirty and forty feet.
Equip yourself electrictrically.
We have a full line of Electric ,
irons, chafing dishes, percolators, . toast
ers, curling irons and heaters.
Chas. Matthews Hardware Company
808 Broadway P"ne 147
r.m
McWilllams has the very great advan
tage of experience to aid him.
.PixJee-r-waft-aet able to play yes
terday and may not get In the Rolla
game Saturday. Outside of Pixlee
and McWilllams, practicaly thejthole
squad is in excellent cond!t!oi.-K'"A
Nothing Is known about the Rolla'
Miners who play here next Saturday.
About the only report that has come
from .Rolla was at the first of the sea
son which said that prospect were
never brighter and that a large squad
was out They all say that
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