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NO "MIDLAND" DAYS
TEAM IN K, C.
Family Hotel Will Be Used,
and Only the Coaches
TO LEAVE WEDNESDAY
Nebraska Game, Brewer Says,
Shows Kansas Is Danger
ously Strong. .
No one except the coaches know
where the Missouri football team will
stay in Kansas City before the Kan
sas game. The players, even, don't
know at what hotel they are going
to stay. This is done to keep away
the well-meaning alumni and news
paper men of that city. All that Mr.
Brewer will say Is that a family hotel
in the suburbs of Kansas City has
The team will leave Columbia at 9
o'clock Wednesday night and will go
directly to Kansas City, where they
will stay until Saturday noon. They
will get their lunch on the train to
Lawrence, arriving there just in time
to dress for the game.
The result of the Washington game
was pleasing to the coaches, as far
as the first half was concerned. The
second half showed plainly that the
substitutes were not up to the stand
ard of the Varsity team. They were
too eager and the penalties imposed
more than offset the good work
shown at times. This will work bad
ly in the Kansas game if, for any
reason, some of the Varsity men are
laid out A team that is penalized as
much as the Tigers were in the sec
ond half can never win a game unless
it outplas its opponents greatly
and Missouri is not that much better
"The work of Captain LeMire was
especially creditable." said Mr.
Brewer today. "His defensive work,
his carrying the ball, the Interference
he gave Knobel on the end runs were
There will be no work today. To
morrow and Wednesday the work
will consist of formation scrimmage
with the freshmen. The freshmen
will line up in . the Kansas forma
tions, as they were seen by Eddie
Klein Saturday, and the Varsity will
be instructed in breaking them up.
All the men are in the best condition
except Dunckle, who had his collar
bone cracked in the Washington
game. Groves is expected to be back
in the line Saturday.
"Kansas is dangerously strong," is
the comment of Air. Brewer on their
last game. "They have had, up to
this game with Nebraska, from four
to six regular men in the hospital.
But in the Nebraska game, with their
full strength, they showed a form
which is dangerous for Missouri. We
must consider that we played Ne
braska on our field and Kansas
played them on Nebraska's field."
KANSAS GAME TICKETS
Jfow on sale at Gymnasium.
Bleacher seats $2.00 each.
Box seats $2.50 each.
Buy now as all unsold seats must lie
returned to Lawrence Thursday.
1000 are surely going;
We should hare 1500. (adv)
USE OF CHOLERA SEBUM
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Much Depends On 'Way It Is Used
(From the address of Dr. A. T.
Peters at State Farmers' Institute,
The success of the treatment of
hogs with hyper-Immune serum de
pends not only upon the careful and
scientific method of preparation, but
also upon its intelligent administra
tion. The Illinois Live Stock Commis
sion assumes no responsibility for
the results of the use of the serum
which it distributes. It is recom
mended that wherever possible com
petent and qualified veterinarians
should be engaged to administer ;he
The serum is a preventive, not a
cure for hog cholera, and should not
be given to hogs already sick with
cholera, nor can it be expected to
prevent hogs from becoming sick
from other conditions; a correct di
agnosis Is therefore advised to pro
tect the serum and prevent its use
less administration in herds sick
from other cause.
The serum alone method is recom
mended to be used in an already in
fected herd upon apparently healthy
hogs ONLY. Inject deeply into the
muscles of the inside of the ham
the proper dose of serum only. This
method gives temporary Immunity,
lasting from two to eight weeks if
the hog is not exposed to infectious
material in the meantime. Should
the immunized hog be immediately
exposed to infection after treatment,
the result would be a more perma
nent immunity conferred.
While it may be desirable to allow
the treated hogs to mix with the dis
eased because of a possibility of a
longer immunity being conferred, it
must not be forgotten that so long
as the sick hogs are not destroyed
and the infected pens are not dis
infected, there remains a center ex
isting for continuous opportunity for
the Infection to be carried to other
parts of the neighborhood.
All Immunized hogs should either
be kept separate from the untreated
or be marked in some way so that
the results of the serum may be ac
curately known. Before treatment
It is imperative that the well hogs
be kept from the sick ones and dis
infection caried on. The dead hogs
should at all times be immediately
The Simultaneous Method. This
method gives a more lasting Immun
ity, but is attended with some danger
unless the treatment is administered
by a person who thoroughly under
stands the precautions necesary. In
using this method, from one-half to
one C. C. of virulent hog sholera
blood is injected into the muscles of
the inside of the ham on one side,
while at the same time the proper
dose of hyper-Immune serum is In
jected into the opposite ham in the
same manner as described for the
Serum Alone method. This method
is recommended for non-infected
herds, or it may be used upon re
cently infected herds, upon hogs that
do not show a temperature higher
than 103 degrees F. It Is the method
to use when the swine raiser wishes
to immunize his herd when infection
has not yet taken place, provided the
entire herd is treated. The serum
when used alone without the em
ployment of blood from a sick hog,
is entirely harmless and incapable of
giving rise to an attack of cholera.
Illinois Farmers' Institute.
From Other Colleges
Soccer football was first introduced
at the University of Michigan this
week. Although many skeptical on
lookers ridiculed the game, the au
thorities believe that enough interest
was shown to make the game a last
Four thousand applications from
Yale's "old grads" for seats at the
Yale-Havard football game will have
to be turned down this year. The
scarcity is due to Harvard's asking
for $16,500, or half the seats, while
before she ha sonly taken about $12,-000.
H Sectionget in them
Woodrow Wilson, President-elect of
the United States, will visit the Uni
versity of Kansas in December to at
tend the Social Center Association's
national convention. Other speakers
will be Jane Addams, President Vin
cent of the University of Minnesota
and Judge Ben Lindsey. Theodore
Roosevelt promised to attend the con
vention, but owing to the confusion of
the date, which was postponed, he
may not be able to attend.
The Daily Cardinal of the Univer
sity of Wisconsin tries in every way
to accommodate its voluntary contrib
utors. The editor recently printed
"Several contributors complain that
they are not satisfied with the way
we fix up their esteemed contribu
tions. If they will kindly designate
the kind of type they want, the place
In the column and how much space
between each line, we will try to ac
Brief Local News
E. W. Mosley and W. Billings de
parted this morning for Omaha, Neb.,
Mrs. A. P. Adkins of Wellsville,
who has been visiting the last week
with her sister, Mrs. A. F. Thornton,
departed this morning for her home.
Mrs. J. H. Lindsey who visited with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Beaz
ley, since Friday, departed this morn
ing for her home in Sturgeon.
J. R. Blacker, a student in the Uni
versity of Kansas, who has been vis
iting at the Phi Kappa Psi House, de
parted this morning for Lawrence.
A. W. Thrasher of Kirksville, who
has been visiting Charles Howard,
departed for his home this morning.
Mrs. Emma G. Smith of Hall, Mo.,
who has been visiting her daughter.
Miss Edith Smith, a student in the
University departed this morning for
Higbee, Mo., to visit her son, E. Shel
by Smith, who lives there.
J. N. Greathouse of Brighton. Iowa,
was here on business today.
Joseph Howard Plays Here Tonight.
Joseph Howard who appears at the
head of his own company at the Col
umbia Theater tonight in "The God
dess of Liberty," is known as one of
the most prolific of American com
posers. He is responsible for many
of the most successful musical shows
in the last decade, among them being
"The Time, the Place and the Girl,"
"The Flirting Princess," "A Stubborn
Cinderela," "The Land of Nod," "The
Sweetest Girl in Paris," and "The
Goddess of Liberty."
Prominent in the support of Mr.
Howard appears the name of Miss
Mabel McCane, an irresistible come
dienne who for several months the
past season played the leading role
in "Madame Sherry," at the Tivoli
Theatre, London, where she achieved
a substantial success. She has also
played opposite Howard in "Love and
Politics," another Howard success.
Mrs. Thomas Jofcson of Macon,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. L. L. Terrell, departed for her
home this morning.
Mrs. M. J. Riley went to Centralia
today to visit friends.
P. S. Quinn went to Hallsville on
LOST Small gold watch, between
805 Virginia ave., and Academic Hall.
Reward. Finder Phone 86.
Manuel Drumm went to Sturgeon
on business today.
Mrs. N. C. Tindall returned to her
home at Fayette, Mo., today after at
tending the Washington football
game and visiting here.
Miss Ethel A." Gaffln departed this
morning for her home in Kansas
City. She is a student in the Univer
Mrs. Emma Compton of Kansas
City, who has been visiting H. M.
Wheeler and family, departed this
morning for her home.
Raoul Dorngeld of Kenoska. Wis..
was here on business today.
Sam Anderson of Sturgeon, an
alumnus of the University and a
Tiger four years, who came to see
the game Saturday, and to visit
friends, departed this morning for
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I to Lawrence, why not
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H and Missouri Pennant '
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them that will make just one w
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This provides an excel
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South of Broadway on Tenth Strot
Tailors to vien-
We've sold out all the
men's furnishings and
beginning today ue will
be an exclusive tailoring
shop. We shall carry a
stock of piece goods both
imported and domestic
even larger than the
large stock we have car
ried in past years, Our
tailoring success proves
that men of Columbia
Our tailoring business
has been built upon "re
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man wears a Fashion
Shop suit he's sure to
war another and an
THE FASHION SHOP
R. A. Ehinger
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