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UOTTEKSITY MISSOUBUN,' WEDNESPAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
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OCTOBER 16th and 17th
At 8 o'Clock Sharp
Mr. Nat C. Goodwin
As "Fauin" in Chas. Dickens'
In Life Motion Pictures
In 5 Reels of Faultless
An Educational Value
IT'S HARD WORK REFEREEIXG
Football Offielals'Mnst Be in Condition
- to StanrTthe 'Strain.
j. If you think tyhe '-football player
needs to be-strong,' tough and up to
all the standards of physical cona
tion, what about the football official?
Did you ever observe the number of
yards these alert1' gentlemen with
football knowledge cover every time
they come down to Columbia to see
that the contests are properly con
ducted on Rollins Field. In and out
of every play, sometimes caught in
the scrimmage, sometimes run down
and bowled over, up and down the
field that's theway they go during
the entire game. True, they never
carry the ball but that isn't much ad
vantage for a football isn't a heavy
After the game they have a good
shower and a rub down coming to
them. Perspiring and sometimes limp
they are often about as near "all in"
as the players.
Clyde McRrlde of Kansas City who,
when he isn't working that is, doing
real work in a football game is as-
j sistant sporting editor of the Kansas
j Oitv Star, once wrote of his traveling
I some 9,000 miles In refereeing a foot
ball game. At least, he said, he felt
as though he had covered that dis
tance. Mr. McBride who comes to
Columbia often, you remember, is of
rather slight stature, but he doesn't
allow any of the big. ex-football play
ers who have become officials to
"beat" him in the game. Even vear
he goes into training with a lawn
mower and rake at his suburban home
and in the K. C. A. C. gymnasium. He
shows mid-season form from the
Mr. McBride is one of the few foot
ball officials who haven't been stars
on the gridiron. He likes the game,
he savs. He has become an expert
through a thorough study of the snort
and the rules. If he eer played on
any ward school team, he never ad
mitted it to his friends here. Ask
him to dear up any point on football
history or the rules and their inter
pretation and you will get a clear,
GAME IS PROGRAM
Coaches Unwilling to Risk
The Men In Hard
TURLEY IS INJURED
11 We've nearly starved
j to death since You've
:een away ! ! ! ! !
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PRINTERS UXIOX STIRRED
Will Fight Candidates ot Opposed to
The Columbia Typographical Union
took a decided stand last Sunday
against the movement to publish free
school tet books in the state peni
tentiary. The resolutions adopted by
the union say:
"The erection of a state printing
office at the penitentiary for the pub
lication of free school text books is
an impractical theorv; the increased
taxes, owing to the thousands of dol
lars of waste in stock and materials
by such unskilled labor, will become
burdensome: under the parole law
the man of intelligence as a wrong
door is the one entitled to the bene
fits of the parole: the penitentiary,
wih few exceptions, has within its
walls the low-browed, ignorant, lic
ious criminal, lacking in intelligence
and skill to ever become a craftsman
of the 'art preservative of all arts.'
and the working of the parole law
would hae to be curtailed to obtain
"There is not now, nor ever will be.
nrinters sufficient to do the work, and
tbe implication is an implied insult
Th plan is in direct conflict, in cause
and obiect, with the law to eliminate
"Pesolved. that Columbia Typo
graphical Union No. 1G0 interview the
rindidates for representaive from
Boone County and the candidates for
state senator from this district, and
that they be required to give affidavit
in writing, attested before a notary
public, that they will never support,
but forever oppose, such a bill during
their term in office, and that failure
to comply with this resolution will
be taken to mean their stand in favor
of the erection of said printing office,
and that union men throughout the
countv and district be urged to vote
against them November 5."
UNIVERSITY POET WRITES
All-Stnilent "Joy Fesf Tomorrow His
Theme This Time.
"Where are you going, my pretty
"I'm going to the All-Student Joy
fest," she said.
"To meet my friends, to greet my
To shake hands, to hold hands.
Next Thursday night at eight, at the
Y. M. C. A."
"And who are inited, oh. tell me
Invitations sent out to students for
.the first meeting of the T'niversiy Folk
tomorrow nieht at the Y. M. C. A. con
tain the foregoing lines.
Quarterback Hurt In Tie
Game Between Varsity
Sfndei.t Band Holds FIrt Meeting.
The Student Volunteer Band held
its first recuiar meeting last Saturday
nieht. Whiting Wolf was appointed
chairman of the program committee.
Meetings are held regfilarly at 7
o'clock every Saturday evening in
Light practice for the regulars is
the football program for the rest of
the week. The coaches are unwilling
to take chances of injuring any of the
men and yesterday they kept most of
the regulars on the sidelines while
two picked teams scrimmaged.
Lake, Shepard, Wilson, Wiggans and
Groves were on the sidelines with
minor injuries and did nothing but
run through a little signal practice.
None is badly enough hurt to be kept
out of the Ames game.
The scrubs and the varsity, minus
most of its men, played to a scoreless
tie in one scrimmage. The varsity
played a defensive game, but could
not keep the scrubs out of their ter
ritory. Wray, scrub quarter , tried
several field goals from about the 23
yard line, but could not score. The
ball was on the scrubs' 10-yard line
when the game was called.
The coaches are trying to perfect
the forward pass and ordered the men
to try it yesterday as much as possi
ble. The scrubs got away with it
more than the varsity, although
neither side showed any marked skill.
The forward pass appears to be a
very uncertain play for the Tigers.
Mills was tried at place kicking,
along with Thatcher and Shepard.
The lack of a good place kicker evi
dently is worrying the coaches con
siderably and they are giving every
one a trial at it. Turley seems to be
the logical choice for the team's drop
kicker. He is practicing about an
hour daily now and is improving fast.
Some of his kicks yesterday afternoon
were as good as Missouri rooters have
had a chance to watch since Hackney
had to quit the game.
A jinx certainly is following Mis
souri's quarter backs. With two of
the leading quarters injured. Turley
had the misfortune to hurt his hand
yesterday afternoon in the last play
of the scrimmage. Some of the liga
ments of his right hand are thought
to be torn loose. T. E. Jones, the
trainer, did not know last night how
badiv he was hurt.
Huston, who recently was promoted
from the scrubs, has been tried at
quarter. He is a good open field run
ner and seems to have lots of "pep",
but he does not seem to be able to
hold the ball. His regular position
is at half back.
The varsity will play the freshmen
todav. This game probably will be
the last hard work the team will go
against until they meet Ames.
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FIRST RECITAL AT CHRISTIAN
Dutch Pianist, Paul Van Katwijk, Will
Play Tuesday Nieht.
The first of this season's series of
faculty recitals at Christian College
will be given next Tuesday evening,
October 22. The program is to be
given by Paul Van Katwijk. the emi
ment Dutch pianist, assisted by Miss
Emile Gehring. soprano. Mr. Van Kat
wijk is known in Europe as an ex
ceedingly talented pianist whose per
formances hae won the approval of
the most distinguished critics.
The program will contain among
other numbers the great "Variations
in C Minor" by Beethoven, the "Fan
tasie in F Minor" by Chopin, the
"Etudes Symphonique" by Schumann
and two of Mr. Van Katwijk's own
compositions. Miss Gehring will sing
a number of German songs and Oper
Attends n Nurses' Meet Inc.
Miss Frances Shouse, principal of
the Training School for Nurses, is in
Kansas City attending a meeting of
the Missouri State Nurses Association.
Saturday, October 19th,
General admission, $1.00.
Reserved Box Seat 50 cents addi
tional. Reserve a seat now at Gymnasium
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