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U1CITEB8ITT XI8S0C1IAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1W2.
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At Seasonable Prices.
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JOLLA GAMES .HACK'S HOODOO
home Kind of Misfortune Always
Came When He Played.
The Rolla game was always a "hoo
doo" to T. E. D. Hackney, an Instruc
tor in athletics, when he was on the
After the 1909 ,game Hackney was
taken from the training table. In the
1910 game Wagstaff, now assistant
coach for Rolla, hurt Hackney's leg
so1 badly that he could scarcely finish.
Last year, as all Tiger followers re
member. Hackney's shoulder was
broken. This accident ended his ca
reer as a football player.
BREWER SAYS TIGERS
cheering bit" of news "for the Missouri
robters:- The Jayhawers won by the
score pr27(to 0; but they had no easy
time atChat.' Kansas apparently ex
pected "an"easy victory and a big score
but -their, brand of football was not
sa enougn to make great headway
Du r i i D l r A ii against Jhe. light opponents. The
Both Good and Bad Football Warrensburg team may not know
Played by the Tigers
PHOJVE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
H. E. KEIM, Mgr. '
Music for All Occassions.
Company A Farms a Clnb.
Cadet Company A formed a social
organization Saturday night. The
company plans to entertain itself dur
ing the year with a series of banquets
and smokers. Two or three dances
will also be given. The officers elected
were: President. H. Finke; vice-president,
G. W. Cox; secretary-treasurer,
P. P. Ralston. The officers of the
company are: Captain. C. C. Jones;
first lieutenant, P. P. Ralston; second
lieutenant, Thomas Fitzgerald. There
are sixty-five men in the company. It
is-understood among cadets that sim
ilar social organizations are to be
formed by other companies.
Three Days of Hard J, Work
and One of Rest Before
The Ames Contest.
1 nnt flrnrA in
uiie iiuuuruu per cent, improvement .
more football than the Central team
which Missouri so easily beat, but it
is said to be even lighter, in the first
quarter the Normal team outplayed
LINE the Kanaans and kept the ball in the
t Jayhawkers" territory most of the
time. It was only after the coach
made some switches in the Kansas
team that they could push the ball
over. Many times with the ball near
the goal,'the- heavier Kansans could
line smashes or anv
way. Nearly -all of their eains
for Ames," was the comment made by
Prof. C. L. Brewer in speaking of Sat-
Linn County Club Elects.
The following officers were elected
at the first meeting of the Linn Coun
ty Club. Saturday night in Room 27,
Academic Hall: President. V. C. At
wood; vice-president, J. A. Wisdom;
secretary,' Gladys bunch: treasurer,
Paul van Osdol; sergeant-at-arms,
Lillian Sensintaffar. The object of
the club is to work for the mill tax.
The next meeting will be Saturday
last week and another hundred per were made by end rilnsand ,.
cent this week and we will be ready end runs, against the Tigers this veir
will not be an -easy, matter.
Oklahoma, like Ames, had a Satur-
daV Of TPfit WqaKltrnff. IT..1 i.
urday's football game and the work '. , , , bluu uuleni11'
made a lot of trouble for the Univer-
th,s week- ''ty of Illinois, losing by the small
"The team showed some improve- score of 13 to 0. One report of the
ment in the game with Rolla," he" Sae says that
said. "There was better defensive) "Illinois was forced to fight for its
work and also better aggressive abil-1 ,lfe no ewer than four times on its
ity shown. The offense, however, was own nve-yard line.
not consistent enough to score on a
really good team.
"The team played good ball for four
or five downs and then something al
ways went wrong. In some cases this
meant that there was as great loss,
Ilinois scored once, in the first
quarter and once In the third quarter.
The remainder of the contest seemed
to be an even battle.
The Drake team beat a team of
alumni from that university by a
or greater than there -was gain. It BCOre M only 27 to 7. Judging from
eimply means that there must be good this score, Kansas will not have a big
work all the time and that these , fl8ht its hands next Saturday
things must not happen. j whlle the Tigers are battling with
"Tho nlnvlno- nf tho lino Jo tn hA AmeS.
complimented. In nearly every case
The points of wear are all strongly
Four additional threads of strong Sea
Island cotton protect the toes and heels
from the vigorous use- the youngsters give
their hosiery knit double, strength atknees
and soles makes them wear and wear.
Then especial care is given the appear
ance. Hygienic fast dyes only' are used.
Highest grade material and the workman
snip or Z6VM expert stocking makers.
We cany many styles school, romp
Dane j!JB & 7iH t 7s. W.1T4
FOR SALE BY
RQLLA HAS A GOOD COACH
Our coal is dug in Boone County.
.No delay in delivery. Hubbard & Son,
City Scales, or phone 6-A. (adv.)
Subscribe-now to University Missourian.-
Phone 55. (adv) -
For a Quick. Glean Share
will furnish your evening's
entertainment with good
M. A. PAYNE, Mgr.
Phone 361-Red. 512 S.5th St.
W. E. POINTS and "DOC PERRY
Eleven South Ninth.
Why Rent Typewriter?
Buy standard machine, $25 to $50.
Cash or monthly payments. Cheap
er than renting. Rebuilt Underwoods,
Olivers, Smiths, Remingtons.
L. H. Rice, Herald, 14, No. 10th.
they gave the back field a perfect
start which means a great deal if
good gains are to be made regularly., if. T..JCcCleary Has, Made Record as
I , Player and Trainer.
H. T. McCleary, coach of the Rolla
team, has made an excellent record
as a football man. Coach McCleary
was one of the best halfbacks ever
turnedi out by Pennsylvania State, a
college noted for. good football teams.
He played from 1908 to 1910 and was
picked.-by several authorities for the
Lastyear he assisted William Hol
lenback, a former Tiger coach. They
gave Pennsylvania state the best team
in year. It defeated Cornell, Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, Colgate, Univer
sity of Pittsburgh. Gettysburg and
other colleges and held the Navy to
Rolla Js . expected to rank high
Lamong the minor colleges in football
this year. .,
The team that started the Rolla
game worked better than any ar
rangement that has been tried so far."
Plans for this week's practice in
clude two games in the early part of
the week. Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday the team will be given.
hard work and scrimmage every day.
Thursday and Friday they will be al
lowed some rest. Tuesday there will
be a game with the scrubs aqd Wed
nesday the Varsity will play the freshmen.
VALLEY RACE TO BEGIX NOW
October 15th the Wabash will run a
special train to leave Centralia at 12
p. m Midnight to" 'accomodate all
mempers of the I. O. O. F. Lodge
and their friends who attend from Col
umbia and the surrounding country.
J. C. ABBOTT, Agent.
Wren's pharmacy in the Virginia
Building is handy for you. We have
most any thing you want adv.
Preliminary (James on Gridiron Xow
Over the Saturday Resulls.
The preliminary skirmishes on the
gridirons for this season, both in the
West and the East, ended' Saturday
From now on practically every foot
ball team, presumably, must fight for
victory against teams of its own class.
The early season games in which
the more important teams had weaker
opponents to practice on have not re
sulted in bringing into the limelight
any lone contenders, for the Missouri
Valley championship. True, both Ames
and Nebraska, whom Missouri must
meet, have proved ,that they have
fairly strong teams, but certainly not
In a class that puts them far in the
lead of other aspirants in the confer-
ence- LOST. White Croouet bae. Rlack
Ames did not play Saturday and the purse In whlch wa8 a twm diamond
can be quickly cleaned, and pressed at
Work called for and Delivered.
Phone 736. Virginia Building.
CASH PAID For Egyptian luxury
silk , inserts. Walter Jungle, 1316
Walnut. 598 Green.
ring and ring with long green stone.
Reward for return to Missourian of
fice. FOR. RENT Room one block from
University; 'modern except heat 210
S. 10th. (d6t)
LOST A bunch of keys. Have name
of Earl King on ring. Return to
Wren's. Pharmacy in Virginia BIdg.
FOR; .RENT Two well
rooms for .quiet persons.
A beautiful display of
Exlusive Autumn Millinery
fl Superior in all those distinctive
fashion points that' appearto the "
smart college dressers. Hats
that embody fashion and beauty ,---are
here in an extensive array of
fl This display includes many
handsome dress and street hats
some trimmed with ostrich,,
' others fower trimmed or with ,
Paris made fancies.
An entirely new stock
The Gant-Ellison Co. Hitt and Broadway
strength of the Tigers' opponents next
Saturday must be Judged by the fight
the Iowans put up against Minnesota
a week ago. In that game the Ames
team did not score but the Gophers
did not make a touchdown. They won
the game by a drop kick and a safety.
Missouri can take heart, however, in
the knowledge that the Gophers canr
not be as strong at this time in the
season at least as in former years:
An unheralded team xrroiri the Uni
versity of South Dakota beat the
northerners in the opening game of
the season. And in the game with
Minnesota, Ames lost a mighty good
backfleld man through injury. The
effect of that loss may be apparent in
the game here this week. Ames, how-;
ever, will come with plenty of confi
dence for, you must remember, Mis
souri has never had a victory over
this husky farm team.
Now consider Nebraska. The Corn
huskers won from the Lowman team
from the Kansas State Agricultural
College but the score of 30 to 6 didn't
come up to the rosy predictions. The
Kansas Aggies had a lighter team and
the game was played In the mud. The
odds were with the Nebraskans. If
the accounts from Manhattan are true
Lowman apparently didn't have much
hopes of holding the score down
either, for its is said, that he was
prepared to take his regulars out of
the game and save them to win the
ausaa bie umuiuiuuii. m case) FQR RENTRoonl and Board for
Nebraska showed signs of running! volntr .,; a, ,,, Ml8Bonrl Ave. Price
away irom uiem. i uai laci aione may , rpasonahln Mrs. Draffen. d6t
show just how strong (or weak) Low-
man considers his team this year. And ROOMS FOR BOYS Large rooms
to quote from a dispatch telling of with or without board. Newly fur
Saturday's game in Lincoln: nished. Call on Mrs. Cooper, 1110
"Despite the comparatively easy Paquin Street. (T.F.S.)
victory that Nebraska coaches were
far from satisfied with the Corn husk- SITUATION WANTED By lady
ers' playing. Ragged football was stenographer with two years experi
frequently noticeable and all of the ence- Can & Sood references. Ad
efforts of the Nebraska team to exec- dress J" Mlsaourian. (d3t)
cute the forward pass netted nothing
but negligible results." FOR RENT Two third floor rooms
The Kansas-Warrensburg Normal for men. Rent reasonable. Call at
conflict In Lawrence should be a 1318 Anthony Street (wk)
We will be pleased to have
you open ybiir' 'account"" With 'us.
$i.oo starts an account. We pay 3 ,on Time deposits.
Northwett Corner 8th and Broadway.
Geo. B. Dorsey, Pres. ' Ira T. G. Stone, Cashier
W. E. Farley, Vice-Pres. J. W. Sapp, Asst Cashier
WANTED-rA, position, as Janitor by
a first class experienced workman.
Can furnish good reference. Apply to
Albert Thornton, 102 S. Second, or
phone 626 Black. (dlOt)
ROOM -AND BOARD for young men
at 722 Missouri Ave. Price reason
able. Mrs. Draffen (d6t)
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.
FOUND-PIaln gold cuff button,
oval shape. Owner can have same by
calling at Missourian office and pay
ing for this ad.
SEE THE NEW WAGON
our work is
as prety; ''
O. C. McCullough, Agt.
ffl We desire to
Announce to our
friends and pa
that we have made
manage the Al
leys this winter.
W. H. NEVINS,
PAUL H. SHEPARD.
Watch for our Ad. next
ffl You can eat your
meals at any hour of
the twenty-four here.
We are always open
and ready to serve hot
meals just any time.
No. :i N. 8th St.
Just a-few steps north
We make a specialty of