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UXIYERSITT XISSOCBIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 29, 191.
Every time you spend
dime ask for
Green Trading Stamps
TRICK PLAYS NOW
ON TIGER PROGRAM
SERUM IS MADE
The following Columbia
merchants give them:
THE GAT-KLI.ISOX CO.
PARKEIl rTKMITKE CO
WEIR k CH VXIM.Ell.
II. K. KICIIAirHS.
J. Xf. KISTLEK.
COLI'MIIIA CANDY CO.
MIM'EK SHOE CO.
(OLC-MUIl 1IKIC CO.
A. K. I.OXJ.
KMHIIT & KOSSE.
MRS. S..M. METTV.
JOHX J. BRABV.
New Formation Tried by
Brewer in Severe Mon
BARTON STILL WEAK
Reports of Tonsilitis Epidem
ic on Squad Prove Unfounded.
Secret practice was announced by
I'rof. C. L. Brewer for yesterday but
the rooters came out just the same
and formed a fair Monday crowd.
i .V.r. Brewer said that he planned to
have closed practice all week, hut
evidently he forgot to put out guards
Contrary to the usual
having only light work on Monday
the team was put through a severe
A hospital where every patient dies
is run on the State Farm in connec
tion with the manufacture of hog
cholera serum. Every year approxi
mately 1000 perfectly well hogs are
driven into this hospital technically
known as an infection pen and suc
cumb to cholera. Science calls: "A
few shall be sacrificed to save many."
The makers of hog cholera serum
rmust have the virus or poison from
the diseased hogs. Consequently they
buy forty or fifty of the best hogs
every few weeks and take them to
the hospital to be treated not to be
cured, but to be killed. The treat
ment consists of injections of the
disease bacteria in big enough doses
to .nroduce a severe case of hog chol
era. When the animals die the virus
Is taken from their bodies.
That is hospital Xo. 1. Now come
to hospital Xo. 2, where is another
hog jien. Here the purpose is to turn
custom of out hogs wn'cn are immune from hog
,. cholera. The treatment consists of
' vaccinations with small quantities of
In our judgment the best fitting, longest
wearing, most durable, comfortable and
economical union suits made. Water won't
hurt them, the fit won't wash out. Wear
them, you will like them. We carry a
variety of weights, styles and sizes, yours
among the rest. Our winter Munsingwear
assortments are complete now -- why wait?
scrimmage. A new play was tried
The hog gradually be-
) for the first time. So far this season comes at)le to stand Iarer doses
j Mr. Brewer has tried little outside of without contracting the disease and
; straight football, but now he plans to,,,n sixty days can 8tand a dose ,ar8e
Meach some trick plays. j enough to kill -100 or 500 other hogs.
The rumor of a tonsilitis epidemic lnen ne ls nyper-immune,
To everyone who visits our prem
Red Letter Day
Wednesday, October 30
Save Hamilton Coupons,
Soap Wrappers, Tobac
co Ta:s and Kistlers
Bread Labels. Bring
them to us, we'll give
proved to be unfounded, for every
man with the exception of Clay was
out at the practice. Clay has a very
slight attack and will be out tomor
row. Mills, another supposed victim,
played the entire afternoon at his
rrpular position end. Barton, who
had the most severe case, was on the
The next step in making the hog
cholera serum is drawing the blood
from the tails of the hyper-immunes.
This is the process you see in the
main operating building. Maybe you
haven't been there since the new
building has been used. It has a
concrete floor and draining vat and
STRAWN-HOLLAND DRY GOODS CO.
field, but he was not strong enough 'is e(luinned with the most convenient
Stamps for them.
THE SPERRY &
Local Premium Parlor
GANT-ELLISOX CO'S. STORE
Boone County coal at your door.
We deliver now. Hubbard & Son, city
Kales, oar phone 6-A. 26
910 1-2 Broadway
to set into the scrimmage.
Missouri will suffer greatly in Sat
urday's game on account of Barton's
weak condition. The chances are
that he will get in the game, but he
cannot possibly play as he did before
he became sick. He lost more than
ten pounds during his s:kness. If
Missouri can be said to have any
stars Barton is one of them and his
impaired condition will be a handicap
McWilliams showed good form yes
terday. The team seemed as confi
dent under his direction as they would
be under one of the coaches. He is
in excellent physical condition and.
barring accidents, should be able to
last the entire Xebraska game. Tur
ley showed well in running back
The scrimmage was full of fumbles
and poor kicking. Shepard tried re
peatedly to drop the ball over the
bar from the 25-yard line but suc
ceeded only twice. Both sides were
unable to hold the ball, especially on
Wiggans was taken off the first
squad. LeMire took his place at half
and Pixlee "played end.
COKXHUSKERS WEIGH HEAVY
will furnish your evening's
entertainment with good
,M. A. PAYNE, Mgr.
Phone 361-Red. 512 S.Sth St.
Up to date
To suit your taste and, the style
All Work guaranteed.
MRS. T. W. HORN
Pfaon 561 Green
will call for your
12 S. 7th. Phone 745
The razor's sharp, the towel's hot
And easy is the chair;
shave you for a dime;
Two bits to cut your hair.
That will make you a Regular
Caller is the aim of
Recently Located Basement
Exchange Bank BIdg.
They Average 173 and Have Three 200
The Xebraska team averages 175J4
pounds and is the heaviest that the
Tigers will play this season. Only
two men on the team weigh less than
150 pounds and these two weigh 145
and 147. Two of them weigh more
than 200 and one of them weighs ex
actly 200 pounds.
Seven of the players have been on
the team before. Five of them are
playing their second and two their
The weights, positions and years on
the team of the players follow:
Mulligan, right end, 150 pounds, two
years; Meyer, subleft guard, 210
pounds, one year; Howard, left end,
1G0 pounds, one year; Purdy, left half,
1G5 pounds, two years; Frank (cap
tain), right half, 145 pounds, three
years; Mastin, right end, 165 pounds,
one year; Allen, center, 210 pounds,
one year; Potter, quarter, 150 pounds,
two years; Hawkins, sub half, 147
pounds, one year; Harmon, right
tackle, 185pounds, three years; Pear
son, left tackle, 200 pounds, two years;
Swanson, right tackle, 185 pounds, two
years; Halligan, full back, 170 pounds,
one year; Erwin, sub right guard, 215
pounds, one year.
Watch them at work there. There
are twelve men students, for most
of the work is done by them lined
up behind the tables and holding the
jars in which the blood Is flowing
from the tails of the pigs. Finally
one student decides that he needs an
other hog, so with a helper he unties
his hog from the operating table and
shoves the table back to a chute to
get another hog.
It's not an easy job to run a hog
up a chute and stop him just when
he is on a table. It takes three men
to do the work and then they don't
always get him. But once they have
a hold on the pig's ears and feet there
is not much chance of his getting
away. He is tied to the table with
ropes around each of his legs. Then
the table is shoved over tp. the place
along the wall where the other hog
had been bled. The next step is to
shave around the hog's tail to keep
from getting any infection into the
serum. After this is done a piece of
his tail is cut off and the bleeding
"A big hog will stand to be bled
1 twenty-five times," said Dr. J. W.
Connaway. "Of course a hog must
have a long tail to stand that many.
The average is about fifteen to eigh
teen times. After three bleedings the
hogs are re-enforced by giving an
other injection of the virus."
Each hog is bled about three times
a month. Between these bleedings he
recuperates and gains more strength.
After the final bleeding he is killed
and all of his blood taken.' This is
generally three times as much as can
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bly boned Warner's model?
Surely no garment could fit more
perfectly or give greater satisfac
tion. We thoroughly endorse the
Warner's corsets. We guarantee
them to wear long not to rust,
break or tear. We have a large
assortment of styles, all giving the
figure a la mode.
Wednesday, Oct. 30th
ONE NIGHT ONLY
You can rent your vacant room with
a Missourian want ad. Phone 55.
H0NE 730 FOR FEED !
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran
116 North 8th Street
Richards & Smarr
Nov. 1st and 2d
Ask Mr. Wilson
be gotten at one bleeding. This hog
has given up his life for science. But
the sacrifice has been worth while
because he has produced enough
serum to vaccinate 250 or more hogs
against hog cholera.
The next step in the manufacture
of the serum comes in the laboratory
rooms. These rooms take up one
whoe end of the new Veterinary
Building. When you step into the
largest room all you see are tables
and cases with glass jars setting
around everywhere. This is the room
where the blood from several hyper
immunes is mixed. Then about one-
haf per cent of preservative is added
before the serum is taken into the
After being kept there a week it
becomes richer and is ready for vac
cination purposes. Then it is put in
bottles and sealed up with paraffine.
The serum is ready to be used by
the farmers. It is sent out to differ
ent parts of the state by express each
day. About 1000 to 1200 doses are be
ing sent out now, this being a time
of the year when the cholera is prev-
! alent. In some cases an agricultural
expert is sent out with the serum to
give advice and show the farmers the
best way to vaccinate. They also
help to get the rest of the hogs in
the herd in sanitary quarters.
Thus the serum is made. There
are about 400 bogs which are await
ing their turns to give up their lives
to save the many which have .been
exposed to cholera. Of these 150 are
being used for bleeding purposes.
And to make this serum requires a
payroll of practically $1000 a month.
Part of it goes to salaried employes
but a large part is paid to the fifty
students that are spending their spare
hours in the work. P. J. T.
J4 MIL I
D. G. Co.
Mildred Holland's Famous Suocess
Magnificently Produced, Por
trayed by an Excellent Com
pany. 60 foot car load of Spe
cial Scenery and Electrical
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Seats on Sale Tuesday, OcL 29.
Carriage Call, 10:45 y. m.
They taste mighty
good for break
fast. With syrup
and creamery butter
Breakfast, 7 to 8:30.
Sundays, 7:30 to 9.
Stanley Sisson, Manager
60c lb. at
60c lb. at
day or night. We'll be there.
Phone 315. W. R. Houck
For a Quick, Clean Shave
Sanitary Barber Shop
W. E. POINTS and "DOC PERRY
Eleven South Ninth.
can be quickly cleaned and preusd at
H. E. KEIM, Mgr.
Music for All Occassions.
Work called for and Delivered.
Phone 736. Virginia Building.
Mums, roses, carnations for the
Nebraska game The Missouri Store.
PHONE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
By Special Leased Wire of the
Western Union Telegraph Co.