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CXIYEBSITY fMlSSpUA. MO.VPAft. XpyEXBEH , , J, .1912
UMVERSITY BUYS MORE MOTORS
3TIGER FIGHT SPIRIT
PLEASING TO BREWER
Machines Will Be Used in School
A chassis of a motor car, with the!
valves, cylinders, crankcase. gears !
and other enclosed parts cut away, j
YiflQ hAnn lotit In tlio Culinn rt Anfn. '
mobile Engineering by the .Moon
Motor Car Company of St. Louis. Tho
chassis is now on exhibition in the
laboratory and is being used by the
Another car, a six-cylinder Stevens
school and was expected to arrive
Friday morning. The school also
has a Packard, 4-cyIinder car which
arrived last week. Another car, an
Oakland roadster, may be bought.
J. It. Wharton, an instructor in the j
School of Engineering, gave another j
lecture on the details of the power "The best feature of Saturday's
plant last Thursday. He told of the game against Nebraska was the light-
placing of the cranking lever, the muf-1 iS spirit each man on the team dis-,
Her, the flywheel, the governor and ' played throughout the entire contest," )
the cooling systems. ; says Missouri's coach. Prof. C. L.
SavsTeam Did Great Offen
sive Work Against Big
LEMIRE WAS A STAR
Missouri in Good Condition
for Gaines with Drake
"The crank lever is not located in
just any place as many people think
present difficulties as great as those
encountered in the Nebraska game. It
ic conceded In Iowa, hat Drake is
now better than Ames. The Drake
team has won every ga:ns y decisive
scores except the one with Kansas
which resulted 6 to 0. The Kansas
coach said after the game he believed
Drake to be three or four touchdowns
better than the Kansas squad.
Drake is now the best scoring team I
in the .Missouri Valley. They will
prove harder to stop than Nebraska. '
But altogether they will not be as
powerful. "The problem for the Tigers
will lie in the strength of the Drake
line. Drake defeated Washington
I niversity Saturday WW to Hi.
Then Comes Washington.
Missouri's next game after Drake is
with Washington University. This is
expected to bo another hard contest.
The fact that Illinois scored only IS
points on them is an indication pt
strength, for the Illinois team ranks
high in the "Big Nine."
The team, however, should be in
better shape for these games than for
the Nebraska contest. Professor
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Professor Brewer is pleased with
it is," he said. "It is very carefully I the Tigers and with the playing of
located so that a man can exert his ' each man who took nnrt in tho L-:i?tn
greatest power when the compression He believes the Tiger offensive play I BreW(?r had hol)C(1 for :lt least one
exploded gases are emitted directly , was the best displayed in the last two 'easy Rame on tho sc,le(lu,e to give
tne team a rest but be linds onlv
teams to go against. It
looks now like Missouri is several
touchdowns better than Kansas, after
is greatest. jears. The fact that Mssouri gained
Tho flnt, nf lu lunfflnr Ic tn nuinl Vii-.frt (irnntiil 'itrninut W.li.npV. .1 I Xtra-StTOn
the discharges of the motor. If tho Minnesota did is his proof for this
into the air they contract too quickly s-tatement.
and cause a loud noise. The muffler "Captain I.eMire played a wonderful
merely causes the gases to be emitted rnnip backing up the line." said Pro
into the air gradually and to cool frssor Brewer. "He bore the brunt
slowly. As the muffler cools the of hard plays in helping stop the suc
gases slowlv they do not contract so ressive attacks of the Nebraska backs.
cjriekly and hence do not make so Ins plavmg was not spectacular. It
"The f'ywheel of a motor is t'i' game to appreciate his playing to the
storehouse of energy. The greater fullest extent. Gallagher, who went
the number of cylinders the less the in at center for Wilson, played
weight of the flywheel. In a single- iruch bettor came than was expected
cylinder car the flywheel weighs usu- of him. His passes were particularly
Taking a IleJ Todaj.
The men who plsvrd Saturday will
get a rest today and will not come
it:: on the teld for practice. There
will be scrimmage Wednesday and
Thursday before the team leaves for
the explosive gases of the motor too )1(. jraiie n-jtn prakc.
much. There are three principal; The Tigers this jrar have one o"
kinds of radiators; tubular, cellular. ; tj,,, hardest schedules they have had
and honeycomb." , for years. They have all the .Missouri
The laboratory work for this week Valley teams on the list and each is tiated two now members last week,
consists of dissecting, and operation particularly strong. They are B. Manly I.ide of t. Louis
of the car. I The coming game with Drake will and Charles K. Allison of Texas.
Tomorrow I ole " )'es" on Amendment Sine.
Short Course Men:
i You get 3 Oxford Notebooks for 10
cents at The Missouri Store, the big student store just off the campus. The Ox
ford is the notebook generally used by students and three for 10 cents is the best
price ever made.
9 Of course we have all the text books. Fountain
Pens, and other things used in the short course.
CI And here you get 5 per cent rebate on everything you purchase.
Ours is a Trade that service made.
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5 ' V Jr -- M M M 11 1M fl iHk jV ""IHI Vi U3"M
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ust Off the Campus on .Yinth.
ally abo'it 100 pounds' while in a six
cylinder car it weighs but 12 pounds.
"There are two kinds of cooling
systems air and water. A cylinder
must be kept cool because it will be
come distorted if it ge's too hot. It
will also burn up the oil and expand
the Oklahoma game in which Kansas
was defeated t: to ."i. !iut it is true
Kansas has some, good material anil
this should improve rapidly in the
next few weeks. They have had sev
eral 'men unable t play on aecottiP
required an expert's knowledge of the ul "" " ""' I'"" wen
.tlir:is!;a PiWe-nr Here.
Prof. Orove Barber of the I'nivT
sity of Nebraska, came with the foot
ball team to see the game Saturday.
He conferred with Prof. Walter Miller,
the retiring president of the Classical
Association of the Middle West and
South. Professor Barber is the new
president of the association.
l'LKXTV OF FKKi: II 031 IIS
The IJi. J. P. .Jacobs TelN of llniiie
te:ids ami Religious Work in Wet.
"Any man with a little d"'erniina
ticn can have a cotnfor'aMe home.
There are still L'S.tiiAi.u'" ti ot
good cultivable land in Montana alone
on which a man can establ:sii a noin
and make a comfortable Ihiii"" s:!id
the Hev. .1. P. Jacobs a.t the P.a 'tist
Churcli last niht. Doctor Jacobs is
secretary of the western district o.'
tlie American Baptist Publisliing So
ciety. Ilis lecture was primarily 10 sln.".v
1 1 a i ! in ii Tnn
Moderately priced board for YOU
iiort Course Student.
ry ! oi
A-i b 1-Ji
Tr the I'niversitj .s Dining
where tiiev srre irootl ftjotl at
Ldrage price a week,
A l f - - f- .
noil, .-u (iratre price a weeK, ...'i
club on the .-;Mnr us,
.ictual cost of nrenara-
including : crniit.
UNIVERSITY DINING CLUE,
Two en Phi l!tif:i The!:!
who has difficulty in bcinc fitted in ready-to-wear
trarments will find in this store com
plete assortments of the smartest apparel in
A TAILORED SUIT AT $25.
Of navy blue wale Cheviot with sjroups of
tiny velvet buttons trimming on back. A
pipinjr of velvet shows about the collar;
small foot pleats; in sizes 14, 16 and IS,
A One-Piece Serge Frock at
Of scree in black", nay and brown with
a yoke and wide pleats on the waist and
patch pockets on the skirt; in si.es 14, 10
and IS, at SI 2. 5(1.
Eponge Dresses at $18.50
In navy, brown, champagne and white,
show Robespierre collars of net embroider
ed in Oriental colors. In sizes 14, 1
and IS atS!S.5U
nk rMvJW " filial - t
tho need of rcliRioi:s work in the
Western states, lie also showed how
the society is filling this ne"d by "s
iim chapel railway cars, which are
taken from place to place, and h
The Phi Helta Theta fraternity ini- tnivelinu preachers who ko from
house to hous-e to preach in wa-ron-.
where there are no railroads.
Doctor Jacobs showed pictures of
the line crops that are raised in the
Western states, particularly Montana
and or dilferent kinds of same and
l'sh found there. One picture showed
."00 wild elk in one herd. They had
been forced to come down from the
mountains to the ranches in search of
food when a heavy snow covered the
BARSTOW COATS (Illustrated)
Perfectly tailored coats of mannish mixtures in navy. gray,
brown and black, with warm checked wool linings: conver
tible Murin collars. In sizes 14. 10 and is. S1.S50. Other
Barstow coats in smart mixture, priced from 12.5 1 to $30.50.
POLO COATS AT $25.
Soft Polo and Steamer coats of camel's hair cheviots,
houcles and plaid back polo clothes with a.mholes big enough
to permit slipping on over tailored suits. In sizes I4, 10 and
IS at 525.
rri'ii.s i.v "MoviNt; piriTKix
S!io (.iu-ii ami (:htit Sttrlp Told at
(.'rani School llal.'one'cn P;trM.
A Hallowe'en party was given for
the children of tho fourth grade at
Oram ward school Thursday after
noon. The children and the teacher were
dressed in Hallowe'en costumes. A
program of recitations, songs, telling
of ghost stories and a "moving pic
ture show" was given. The show
was most enjoyed by the children. A
curtain was drawn across the front
or the room. The "actors," in witch
costumes, performed between the cur
tain and a strong light, which threw
Tne I'niversity Players, a dramatic shadows on tho back of the curtain,
club composed of I'niversity students. These shadows showed through on
is lflanning to stage a modern comedy the other side as 'moving pictures."
this year. -A number of plavs have Many of the children brought their
bean considered but nothing has been parents and friends, and all had
"resd noon. Atiss Josohine Sutton lunches. After the program, the
is president of the organization and lunches were all put together and a "
Will PrcM'iit Modern Ciiniptlv.
yyMrJ, OjkS. , v)QtoW-
Kansas City, Mo.
Leslie Ilohman is stage manager.
KANSAS fiAME TICKETS
Anplications for seats for Kanns
game may now be made. Only ao-ili-cations
made in writing will h con
' sidered. Mail to C. I.. Brewer or (Iron
in Kansas Game box. Kothwell Gym
nasium. A')'Iientions will j,p filled in o-der
or receint. and delivered from Gvmna
siiim office 2 to fi o'clock Friday, and
0 to 12 o'clock Saturday, Xove-nber
S and !t.
Money need not accompany local ai
plication: but tickets must he paid for
Tickets not called for by 12 o'eloek
cattirday will be turned hack for pub
lic sale. After that time orders will
be filled from seats then unsold, from
center of field out, in order of receipt
Applications from outside Columbia
must be accompanied by p. O. or K--press
money order or by certified
check; twelve cents should be added
so that tickets may be returned ,y
KM!ers Section: Xo ladies allowed.
One seat only to a person. - If seat is
desired in rooters section so indicate
All bleacher seats $2.00 each.
Pox seat i'2.."o each.
Each box contains eight seats. Full
box orders will receive preference
over single seat orders. fadv.)
real Hallowe'en feast or pumpkin pie.
gingerbread, apples, pears, grapes
and many other things that children
like were served.
Call ." and subscribe to Missourian i
Special this week. All
Hats at half price.
Lion Brand Collars
M u friers, U nderwear
and Silk Handkerchiefs
at half price.
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OH CLOI ItS
brine them to Hennincer's uliere
tliev will be repaned by experts
anil retiirnt.il to you' in perfect
watch' free " e'3Bradivay
The Fashion Shop
Where Clothes are Tailored.
H. E. KEIM, Mgr.
Music for All Occassions.
PHOA'E 746 BLJ1CK
Aho Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
1 0th and Hroadwav.
day or night. Ve'll be there.
Phone 315. W. R.Houck
Phono 01, cab anI Tnisfer Co. (ii
Phono Cl, Cab and Transfer Co. (a
Phone t;i, (ab and Transfer Co. (a
The National Band of The U. S. A.
Perhaps the ONE Chance in your LIFE TIME to hear this Great Band of the National Government
A FEW GOOD SEATS LEFT-DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
Balcony Seats 50c and 75c conxert starts at 8:15 o'clock.