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It'i 1 Step from the Campus
For a Quick, Clean Shave
MONDAY, NOV. 18TH
Th Job. E. Howard Amnse
meat Co., lac.
Jos. E. Howard
In Chicago's Biggest Musical Hit
All new music of the
Howard kind, and a
capable cast of Players
50c, 75c, $1, $1.50.
Seats on sale, Saturday, 16th
That will make you a Regular
Caller is the aim of
Recently Located Basement
Exchange Bank Bldg.
Miy Barber ShoD
W..E POINTS and "DOC PERRY
Missourlan Want Ads cost only a
Eleven South Ninth. halr cent a word a day- Phono them
Phone 61, Cab and Transfer Co. (ad
Miss Mabel McCane, leading woman in '''The Goddess of
Liberty" which pavs at the Columbia Theatre Monday,
TIGERS RUN SIGNALS
IN THE MOONLIGHT
Football Team Uses White-
Painted Ball for Late
K. U. A SURPRISE?
Subs Played in Washburn
Game Did Not Show
Moonlight practice with a "ghost"
ball was the novel experience of the
Tigers yesterday. The "ghost" ball
was an ordinary football painted
white bo that it could be seen in
darkness. This is the first time this
year that it has been used.
The signal practice lasted until long
after the sun had set and the moon
was casting a distinct shadow during
a great part of the time. It was so
dark that it was impossible to dis
tinguish one man from another, and
although the practice was secret, it
might as well have been open for all
anyone could have seen.
Nothing but signal work was tried.
The Tigers are getting their few
plays down pat, as C L. Brewer
thinks that a few plays well executed
are better than a great number poorly
carried out. There has been only one
scrimmage this week, Wednesday.
Everything is signal practice and for
The line men were given an expo
sition of the art of blocking yesterday
by Mr. Brewer. The line is getting a
greater part of the attention of the
coaches now. Turley and Herndon
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Darwin Was a Modest Maa.
The modesty of a great man of
science- is shown in the relations be
tween Darwin and his publisher, John
Murray. When he sent to his pub
lisher the famous "Origin of Species,"
Darwin wrote : " It may be conceit,
but I believe the subject will inter
est the public, and I am sure that the
views are original. If you think oth
erwise, I must repeat my request that
you will freely reject my work. I
shall be a little disappointed ; I shall
be in no way Injured." Science Progress.
Honse Twice Afire In a Tear.
The fire department was called out
about 6 o'clock this morning to a
small frame house on sixth street,
belonging to J. M. Batterton and oc
cupied by a negro family. The fire,
which started in the bed clothing, was
put out before much damage was
done. This is the second time the
house has caught fire within a year.
Phone 61. Cab and Transfer Co. (ad
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Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At Reasonable Prices.
COLUMBIA AUTO COMPANY
108 S. 9th Street
Former football and basketball Tiger,
who is helping coach the backficld.
can be quickly cleaned and pre&ied at ,'
Work called for'and Delivered
Phone 736. Virginia Building.
are being tried at end, as Mills and
Pixlee both hae slight injuries
which might keep them from playing
the entire game tomorrow.
Mr. Brewer spent about a half an
hour yesterday teaching Turley and
Herndon a few of the points in play
ing the wing position, Turley, who up
until now has been playing quarter,
ought to make a good end. He weighs
16." pounds and is fairly fast. There
will be no need of any more ends at
all. however, unless Pixlee and Mills
become incapacitated, as they both are
almost the class of the Valley at their
Scouts who saw the Washburn
Kansas game say that the Jayhawkers
played several substitutes and did not
show any of their formations. They
say that everyone out there thinks
that Kansas will spring a big surprise
against Missouri. According to city
papers old football men are pouring I
into Lawrence, Kan., in large num
bers, prepared to give much needed
The loss of the Washburn game Is
attributed to the lack of a Jayhawker
punter. Those whom they did try
failed miserably and kicked off the
game. This week anyone who ever
thought that he could kick a ball is
getting a trial and the coaches are
hoping to find another Delaney.
The razor's sharp, the towel's hot
And easy is the chair;
shave you for a dimej
Two bits to cut your hair.
his father criticised
him for buying
such an expensive
"But it Cost
if s an Ed
The father's mistake
was a natural one for
Ed V. Price hand-tailored
suits' really do
look twice their actual
This explains why so
many students this
year are ordering their
Like a $50
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J. H. Arbuthnot
Student agent for Men Fine Shoes
A nhone call brines him to vour room
7o5 Hitt St. Phone 231 Black
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116 North 8th Street.
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To suit your taste and the style
All Work guaranteed.
MRS. J. W. HORN
W) Lowry Phone 56? Green
will call for your
12 S. 7th.
Dressed Chicken 18 cts a pound
Live Chickens 12 cts a pound
Northern Potatoes, White stock 60 cts. a bu.
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Suits and Overcoats
The place to save your hard-earned money. 300 latest
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MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
Others at $10, $20 and $25.
For first class cleaning, pressing and repairing
PHONE 779 BLACK'
THE GLASGOW TAILORS
The Guitar Building - North 8th
Engineers Will Dance Tonight.
The engineering students will give
a dance tonight at Columbia Hall. It
will start at 9 o'clock, after the mass
get full value for the electric current you pay
for by using a
SUNBEAM MAZDA LAMP
They are the acme of electric globe
perfection and the nearest light in
vention to daylight.
We also have the Gem light
Our line of Electric Heaters and
Irons is complete and the prices
are always right.
Chas. Matthews Hardware Company
Phone 147 We give S.&H. Green Trading Stamp 808 Broadway