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TN JYEISIT ilSSOtfMAIf, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
Come" out and help
YOUR Team beat ROLLA
3 O'clock on Rollins Field.
ffl It's your duty don't send your
men out there to fight by themselves
come out and help get behind them.
Admission 75c: Box seats reserved,
$5-Yearly Ticket -$5
35 Big Attractions.
Football season alone would cost you Rolla 75c;
Ames Si. 00; Nebraska Si. 00; Washington SI. 00;
Total $3.75. Pay SI. 25 additional and get to see every
University Activity of the entire year, including Basket
Ball, Baseball and Track.
You'll save money by getting your ticket before the
Rolla game. On sale at Knight & Rosse, Hackney's,
Missouri Store, Co-Operative Store, Penn's Pharmacy,
Rothwell Gymnasium, or at gates before Rolla game.
AMES MUSTEK BEATEN!
1908 Ames 10, Missouri 0 I 1910 Ames C, Missouri 3
1909 Ames C, Missouri 6 1911 Ames C, Missouri 3
Missouri has never beaten Ames. Wc MUST and WILL WIN
A beautiful display of
Ex I it she Autumn Millinery
Q Superior in all those distinctive
fashion points that appeal to the
smart college dressers. Hats
that embody fashion and beauty
are here in an extensive array of
U This display includes many
handsome dress and street hats
some trimmed ivith ostrich,
others flower trimmed or ivith
Paris made fancies.
Jin entirely new stock
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Hitt and Broadway
BREWER SHIFTS MEN
Wilson Back to His Old Place
at Center and Cap
tain to End.
CASE OF GALLAGHER
Wiggins Shows Up Well at
Half and a Place
Made for Him.
Prof. C. L. Brewer made good his
statement of last Wednesday that he
was dissatisfied with the work of the
Tigers in the freshman game and pre
sented some changes in the line-up
for the Thursday afternoon practice.
Wilson, all Missouri Valley center last
year, who has been tried at end, was
' shifted back to center.
I This is the move that the rooters
!have long predicted and longed hoped
for- Wilson's work at end has shown
i the fact that he was not in his right
position. The fact that the coaches
I have been trying, to find a place for
Gallagher, the only 200-pound man on
' the squad, has deferred the shifting
of Wilson to center. Gallagher does
not seem to suit, the coaches and
hence the change.
Wilson's place at end was taken by
Captain LeMire, who has been worked
in the backfield all season. End is
really the position that LeMire has
played most. There are now three
good ends on the squad: Mills, LeMire
and Pixlee. Pixlee is out now with
an injured shoulder but he is almost
sure of his position, no matter what
the competition may be, it is said.
The most promising looking man on
the squad now is Wiggans, the 143
pound half back. One of the chief
reasons of LeMire's change to the
line is that Wiggans is playing such
good football that' the coaches had to
find a place for him. There is noth
ing hut nraise for Wiggans in the
i Tiger camp. Although he weighs only
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145 pounds, he is one of the best men
in the back field to carry the ball. He
seems to pick the holes in the line
without any trouble. He has never
known to have been hurt in a game
and promises to be another Dexter.
The probable backfield for the Rolla
game is Wiggans, Shepard and Knoble.
Owing to the wetw condition o' Rol
lins Field the practice yesterday af
ternoon was held on the golf links
There was no scrimmage. Professor
Brewer spent the time teaching the
men how to make good interference,
something that he thinks they have
not been doing so far this year. The
backfield especially were told to mix
in every play.
Martin, a "scrub," was injured
while falling on the ball and was
taken to the Parker Memorial Hospi
tal. It is thought that his shoulder
McWilliams, Pixlee and Thatcher
are still on the sick list and probably
will not be used in the Rolla game
BETTER PLAY BALL, HE SAYS
Rolla With a 'ew Couch is Sending a
Strong Team Here.
"If Missouri doesn't play better
football tomorrow than it did
with the freshmen," says Prof. C. L.
Brewer, Rolla will win."
This statement, too, expresses the
opinion of the en'ire coaching staff of
"It has been demonstrated by the
experience here and elsewhere that
there cannot be consistent yelling un
less the rooters are together- For
this reason we wish to mass the root
ers on the north bleachers at the next
game. There should be no women in
the section with the rooters. A root
ers' section partly filled with women
"A good way to perfect the yelling,
too, is to come to mass meetings
where the yells are practiced. Learn
them' flrs J" practice them there, and
then put them into effective execution
at the game.
"We are planning some stunts for
the rooters which we expect' will
bring results. The first of these will
probably be tried at tiie Ames game.
The stunt at that time will probably
be a parade whith the band before the
game and perhaps other features will
be worked out."
PROTESTANTS FEAR MIS-RULE
Prof. A. W. Taj lor Tells of Conditions
in Ireland Now.
The resistance to home rule in Ire
land is due to a fear on a part of the
Protestants of mis-rule, according to
Prof. A. W. Taylor, who spoke at the,
Y. M. C- A. last night on "The Irish
Problem." Professor Taylor has vis
ited Ireland twice to study the eco
nomic conditions of that country. He
walked over the country, through
every province, talked and ate with
the peasants and studied every phase
All the injured are now in condi
tion to play except Pixlee and Mc- of the social and economic condition
Williams, and the former may be able
to play by Saturday.
From the reports that come from
the School of Mines, Rolla has the
best material this year that they have
ever had. With this material and a
new coach to develop it, the game
next Saturday promises to be interesting-
The coach at Rolla this year
coach at Penn, State last year. This
school, as the upper-class students
of the stricken land.
"I am convinced that the trouble
with Ireland is purely an economic
one." said Professor Taylor. "Land
lordism has the country throttled.
Tens of thousands of acres of land,
probably the most fertile in the world,
lies idle, simply because cattle and
sheep are more profitable than human
is the man who was ranked as head beings. It grows the most luxuriant
grass I ever saw anywhere. The best
cattle I ever saw were in Ireland.
will remember, is the. one from which But the way the peasants live is de
"Bill" Hollenback came and the one plorable. The' houses are almost
to which he returned.
Coach McCleary, now with Rolla,
was general athletic instructor at
whoiely of but one room, with no
floor and but one window. The island
is inhabited almost whoiely by old
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The quality of our Women's
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Our closer touch with New
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BranhamN store completely out
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EW ARRIVALS OF THE
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HATS, NEW VELOUR AND
B EAYER HATS. NEW
Women fs Stuning
At From $25.00 to $40.00
They are great favorites this
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Scores of the newest and
cleverest style'ideas are repre
sented in this group. They are
those long, graceful winter
coats now in such high favor.
New Novelty Cloth and
At From $12.50 to $20.00
The hit of the new season.
Snug fitting collar many
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and practical as well. Colum
bia's greatest variety.
Penn State, as well as head football persons and children. The young men
coach. He was of the class of 1910 1 and women have all gone to America,
at the same institution, and had Down in the heart of every Irishman
played four years of college football is that hope to some day go to Anier
with them. He was captain in his ica-
senior year. With his four years') "Xow a reform has been started by
play and his one year's experience as the British government. The great
a coach, McCleary is expected to turn i estates are to be divided and the Irish
out a finished football machine at peasant is lent the money by the gov-
Rolla. eminent to buy the land. And so to-
That the Tigers next opponents can , day when one meets those who have
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of the last few years. In 100S the seem to be fairly well satisfied. They
score was 16-0 for Missouri, in 1909,' think that perhaps, after all, the
13-0 for Missouri, in 1910 it was 0-0, British government can rule them
in 1911 it was 29-0 for Missouri, about as well as they can rule them
While these scores seem large, they selves. The dominmation of the
cannot show the battle that were . Catholic priests in the past has made
luugui iu win mem. in iuio, Koiia "m rroiesianis rear nome rule.
had scored a touchdown on Missouri
and had the team defeated but the of
ficial would not allow the score.
HE WANTS BETTER ROOTING
USE MODELS IN GEOMETRY
Lakenan Urges Sections at Games for
Better yelling and more rooters at
the football games is the plea of the
yell leaders. Usually the few rooters
are so scattered that the noise is
nothing compared to what it should
be. Plans are being made to seat the
rooters together and eliminate women
from the rooters' section.
"Every freshman must learn the
yells, then come to the games, sit in
the rooters' section ana veil his
lungs out." said Robert Lakenan, the.
neaa yen leader. "The largest fresh
man class on record is entered at
Missouri and we must have support
from them. To show how much de
pends upon the freshmen we may look
at the yelling at the Central game.
The leaders have no complaint to of
fer over the yelling at that game, for
a large number of the rooters did not
know the yells. Considering this and
the fact that there had been only one
mass meeting, the yelling was not
"This excuse will not hold at Sat
urday's game, however, nor at any
game hereafter. There has been time
enough for everyone to learn the
cheers. From now on what we want
is to perfect the yelling machine from
the standpoint of volume and keeping
together. The yelling at one game
must be practice for the next
C. H. S. Class Uses New Method to
The solid geometry class in the
Columbia High School is using models
for the first time to illustrate the
propositions. The models are made
by the students in the class and are
used in connection with blackboard
E. B. Cauthorn, principal, who
teaches mathematics, says the method
which is advocated by the leading
mathematics teachers throughout the
country is proving highly successful.
The relation of lines can be seen in
stead of imagined.
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