Newspaper Page Text
snu ,i jiaii
.'UJ--' :ur ".' J- ' -r ilJ! 17 f "J
Kl i'r JfO VMBBH-ai-lM2rr.-
ni -in rtim
Selected by Missouri Alumni as
The Official Route
Kansas City to Lawrence, Kans.,
SATURDAY, NOV. 23rd.
Leaves Kansas City at : : 1 1:30 a. m.
Arrives Lawrence : : 12-30 noon.
The Alumni and Team USE THIS TRAIN.
OFFICIAL TRAIN RETURNING
Leaves Lawrence : : 6:00 p. m.
Arrives Kansas City : : 7:00 p. m.
Double Track, rock ballasted, no delays. Room for
all, no crowding. Round trip fare from Kansas City
Buy round trip tickets and avoid delays. Use Union
Pacific double track. You can order tickets in advance.
Glycerine and Menthal
Wabash and Santa Fe
Special train leaves Columbia
via Wabash 10 p. m. Friday.
Arrives Kansas City 7 a. m. Saturday.
Leaves Kansas City via Santa Fe 11 a. m.
Regular train leave Columbia
Excursion tickets good on all
Special train leaves Kansas City via Santa Fe 12:30 p. m.
Other trains via Santa Fe from Kansas City on which
through excursion tickets are good leave Kansas City 8 a. m.t
9:40 a. m., and 1 1:30 a. m., Saturday.
The razor's sharp, the towel's hot
And easy is the chair;
shave you for a dime;
Two bits to cut your hair.
"Tan and Black
We have the most complete
line of low heel English
last for Women Tan and
Black Gun Metal at $4.00.
We have everything that be
longs on the well appointed
dressing-table. You want
all your toilet articles of good
material. And you want
them to match, too.
We have a number of de
signs in toilet ware. They
are in the sterling and silver
plate, and in Parisian Ivory.
The Ivory is especially pretty
for a light room.
9:40 a. m. Friday.
4:30 p.m. "
trains shown above.
will call for your
12 S. 7th. Pl 745
Last Football Practice on
Rollins Field Yesterday
AGAINST THE SCRUBS
Work of the Players Showed
Ability in Every Depart
ment of the Game.
The last scrimmage of the year was
fast and furious. Prof. C. L. Brewer
spared no-one, not even the regulars,
and made them all work as hard as
they have this season. The practice
The team that Mr. Brewer will put
on the field Saturday is a finished
one as finished as two months of
good coaching can accomplish . In
the running back of puntB yesterday
not a man escaped the Tiger tacklers.
The scrubs whose unhappy lot it was
to face the varsity had little chance
to elude the linesmen.
In scrimmage with the freshmen,
Mr. Brewer tried Duvall and Wlggans
at halves, keeping Shepard at full.
All substitute backfield men are get
ting a good deal of attention now, as
an injury Saturday might make them
needed. While there are lots of able
substitutes for the line, in the back
field it would be hard to replace any
of the regulars. Duvall and Wiggans
may both play Saturday, although it
is certain that LeMire and Knobel
Dunckel, who was thought to have
broken his collar-bone was out in suit
yesterday and expressed his willing
ness to be used. It was found that
his injury was not so bad that he will
not be able to play Saturday if he is
Both the freshmen and the scrubs
were used to bear the brunt of the
Tiger attack yesterday. They both
looked alike to the varsity, however,
and the onward march of the Tiger
was not halted at any time. Even
with a substitute backfield and line
it was impossible to hold them.
All the coaches went after the men
and the snappiest scrimmage of the
year resulted. Everybody had to be
on the jump to avoid a call-down.
Straight football was used entirely.
The "pony" backfield performed well,
considering its support from the line.
GET REWIRD FOR HARD KXOCKS
Forty-one Football Men Will Be
Taken to Lawrence.
Forty-one football men will bo
taken to Kansas. Of these only
twenty will be the regular Varsitv
men. The other twentv-one will b
taken there as a reward for their ser
vices during the year.
The entire freshman squad, con
sisting of sixteen men, will be taken
along and, at the game, will act as
ushers in the Missouri section. This
Is being done so that there will be
no Jayhawkers among the Tiger
All the scrubs, about fifteen, who
have worked hard through the whole
year will be taken. This is to make
up in part for the hard knocks that
they have received during the season.
The scrubs and the freshmen will
leave on the special Friday night,
with the students.
The twenty Varsity men will be
those who have regularly worn Tiger
suits at the games. These men left
At the meeting of the University
faculty November 13, the following
regulation was passed:
"For the purpose of the committee
on statistics, 'delayed' shall become
F at the end of one year of resi
dence on the part of the student re
ceiving it, unless it has in the mean
time been changed by the teacher to
some other grade."
Secretary of the University Faculty.
Few Hunting Licenses This Year.
That this is a bad year for hunting
is shown by a comparison of the
number of hunters' licenses Issued
this year as against the number at
this time last year. So far only 421
licenses have been issued this year
by the County Clerk while last year
there were 622 at this time.
To XeetlBg- of Curators.
Secretary J. G. Babb of the Univer
sity left this morning for Kansas City
to attend a meeting of the Board of
Go to the Elite hair dressing par
lors for your manicure; shampoos;
hair dyes; massages, plain, vibratory
and electric. Hair work of all kinds.
Third floor Exchange Bank Bldg. (ad)
German, students, leave subscrip
tions for the magaalne !'Aua Nan und
Fern" at The Minora! store. tJ
FOR A 1
OVER KANSAS TEAM
(Continued from page 1.)
score 3 to 0. Pooler had missed two
attempts in that game before his suc
The 29-to-0 dereat of 1904 was be
cause of the green material from Mis
souri. The Kansans romped away to
Bcores almost at pleasure, the Tigers
holding their opponents only once
when near the goal. Missouri could
not gain ground when given posses
sion of the oval.
The day of Donald and Bruner of
Kansas was at its height in 1905 and
Kansas won 24 to 0 Pooler was not
in as good shape as he had been in
former years. The first touchdown
came after 14 minutes of play. Then
Missouri held, but let the Jayhawk
get away for three scores in the lat
ter part of the second half, princi
pally through the plunging of Donald
Harry TidiTs Remarkable Rub.
The tie score, 0 to 0. of 1905 was
played in a field of deep mud. The
fleet and famous Harry Tidd had his
day on that Thanksgiving afternoon.
With the ball on Missouri's 10-yard
line, Tidd ran the length of the heavy
field to a touchdown. The referee
had blown his whistle for an offside
play and called Tidd back. But his
run remains one of the most sensa
tional mud dashes in gridiron his
tory The 1907 game in St Joseph was
lost by the score of 4 to 0. Missouri
rushed the ball to the 2-yard line at
one time, but could not get by the
stonewall defense of Kansas for the
touchdown that would have won. The
1908 battle was in the day of the fa
mous Tubby Graves and Puny Bluck.
Monilaw's "Bow-wow" open play,
which was such a failure, was tried.
Bluck kicked a goal from placement,
but Kansas did one better in scoring
a touchdown and field goal, defeating
Missouri 10 to 4.
last Three Games HaTe Tied Scores.
The contest of 190D is familiar in
most memories of today The great
I Tommy Johnson of Kansas in a re
markable race, ran back a punt and
sent Bluck, Gilchrist and Ristine
sprawling when they attempted to
down him. He was stopped in the
line of scrimmage and Missouri won.
12 to 6.
You wont be ex
actly rightf or the
game unless you
have a Tiger
we have them,
all sizes . .
Get a baggage
for your suit
?? 4 i X . M 1K0 ... k 5
y c! .ibt'.t
JtOfev""0QWl HIY UIMOHHI KQtfc
Lei's have a Tiger parade on McCooJt Field about File
o'clock Saturday afternoon.
1 Bobby Lakenan Says 1
get your megaphones before you leave Columbia from
Missourians. And we suggest also that you be sure tol
have arm bands, pennants and suit case posters.
Better get them Tonight.
E Ours is a trade that Service made.
SI KfH itn 1 1 1 rrniiu rt rrrnn m 1 1 r: r: i ! i : m : 1 1 1
MsSl Tin SstoMHMHfclMHHM
Si i j MUBaiiiaitti
Community Gift Section
for Christmas suggestions.
Music Cabinets (solid Mahogany. )
Ladies' Desks (solid Mahogany
Parker Furniture Co.
That are Unbreakable.
Each link continuous not merely twisted together.
oe puttea apart.
Little bags, big ones and medium sized ones , and every one a
beauty. You couldn't want any thing finer. They cost from
9 South Ninth.
LIVERY-for all occasions.
E. G. DAVIS& SON 12.
:vi ijvin:,, .r i
lust Off the Campus on Ninth. I
n : i ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n 11 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i m i rm i m 1 1 li ixai
How can you better
come than by bring
ing out pipes and
papers and opening
up a generous jar cf
Tobacco of choicest
growth delightful in
its fragrance posses
sing a flavor of satis
with not a hint of burn
or bite to mar its
natural richness. The
most lavish liberality
910 1-2 Broadway .