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UNIYEBSITT MISSOUMAX, FBIDAT, FEBRUARY 14 1918.
IT M MEN OUT
C. Hall and Hackney
Are Only 1912 Players
SILL PLAY 17 GAMES
jois University Will Not
Come May Play
Chinese Nine. Sis
first regular Varsity baseball
e for the 1913 season was held
ay when about twenty-five
ported to Coach Hackney, who
charge of the team for the
part of the year. Eight of last
championship team are in
LLgol again. The only men who are
fit trying for the 1913 team are E.
ilgll, last year's captain, and Hack
jftr first-baseman. The other letter
yKL who will try for their places on
Ktum are: Captatn Taylor, left-
i "... B..I.. - , -.,.
terfield: "Tommy" Hall, catcher;
Hgtrer and Helm, pitchers; Horn
Ek, second base and Bralnard, short-
HThe other men who wllf try for the
Ln this jear arc Schnaitman, Mc-
!.-. tt'lm-it I .via Mnv. Wnlnov.
nil) ,. IV., MJ.., ..., ..w.wVar,
iLp, Barclay, Turley, Wycoff Hus-
ivA Carter, me last two men
I several games last year but
t awarded M's. Schnaitman
McAnaw look well in fielding
Jictice and have played enough ball
be likely material for the team.
leir hitting will determine largely
lether they will place with the reg
irs. Lnt Year's Freshmen Out.
Ljle plajed third base for the fresh
in last j ear and he will make a
1 ting bid for that position on the
n rslty. Capp is the one pitcher of
! freshman team last year that
ms to have tliP"stuff"andhcadwork
it will place him on the regular
:chinc t-taff. Graham and Wycoff
t thy only two freshman catchers
'ain eligible. Delano, who did
the backstopping for the first
icn last season, has failed in his
av and Palfreyman, who will
r for first base, have not reported
L Pulfrejman is on the basketball
m at present llarclay will report
.J a few days. Wheat, a left hander,
io tried ror tne team last year ana
ived in some of the minor games,
II be out for first base.
.ScM-nteeii J.'amcs on Schedule.
; rhe Tiger schedule this season now
lis for seventeen games and one
two more will be added. The
A ree games that were to be played
in Illinois have been called off.
&- iey wanted to play here during the
t ter Holidays, ana .Missouri cuum
make the series pay at that time,
most of the students would not be
Since Illinois could not get al
lies between Champaign and Co-
abla, the expense would be too
1 5A Chinese university team which is
flaring fast from San Francisco may
Itft m. in nno nr two nnmes here.
Kl-H.. ..fit .... 4!i1nlln
fjvuafmoiiegc "ill itr&uiuu amitm.
flnnections with the Tigers when
flelr baseball team comes here for
le game Drury has not neon on
e Missouri schedule since 1909.
The official schedule Is as follows:
)ril 10. Westminster at Columbia;
jf iril 18-19, Ames at Columbia; April
j Wnrrnnclnirr nt Wnrrnnsburc:
iril 23-24, Kansas Aggies at Manhat-
k a; April 23-2C. Kansas University at
TZ. m ..... -T.. ? rirnrv nt. Cnllllll-
a; May 12-13, Oklahoma University
Columbia; May 1C-17, Ames at
flies; May 19-20, 'Kansas Aggies at
Sflunibla; May 23-24, Kansas Uni ver
ity at Columbia.
4lVE OYS A CHANCE," HE SAYS
('. Cilltcrt Says Farmer Hoys
Should Study Agriculture.
Tor. farmers are rich enough to
ad your boys to the College of Agri-
ltuVuid let them come back farm
pertfcf? Instead you are sending
l$Mem to l,w schools and dumping
Jem on the community as lawyers.
ftfcke jour own experts at home.
ng jour own boys up In the proper
y and give them a chance. Instead
euiplojiug some man to come here
d tell you how to farm."
The foregoing adicc was given re-
tly by Judge H. C. Gilbert of the
nty court to Jackson County farm-
HIs discussion of fanners boys
e In connection with the employ-
tit of a farm expert for the county.
f I). H. Doanc of the University
eared before the court to urge an
'propriation for an expert.
tarntitr ltourtl .Meets Tomorrow.
The Executive Hoard of the Unlvcr-
huld its regular monthly
tetiniTTat 'the University tomorrow.
TRACK TEAX SEEDS HEX
Professor llrener Says He Must HaTe
Second and Third Place Material.
The first meet in which the Mis
souri track team will compete is the
K. C. A. C. contest, March 1. Three
relay teams, one-mile, two-mile and
four-mile, will give the middle dis
tance and long distance men "their
first real tryout. In addition men
will be entered In the weights, hurd
les, sprints and pole vault
The Missouri-Kansas indoor meet
will be held March 14 In Convention
Hall. Not much Is known of the
strength of Kansas this year. This
meet has always been close. Two
years ago the winning of the relay
race decided the meet in favor of
Missouri. Relay teams and several
men will be entered in special events
In the M. A. C. relay meet In St
Louis March 15.
The first out-door meet will be held
April 12 on Rollins Field with the
University of Minnesota. This is the
second meet at Columbia with a mem
ber of the Big Nine Conference.
Prof. C. L. Brewer says this meet is
the most important one on the track
schedule. The following Saturday,
April 19, the Missouri Valley relay
meet will be held at Des Moines.
The track team from the Kansas
State agricultural College will meet
the Tigers on Rollins Field May 10.
The Missouri-Kansas outdoor meet
will be at Lawrence May 17.
The Missouri Valley Conference
meet is to be held May 31 at St
Louis. Missouri has won the Spald
ing Trophy two times and If the Tig
ers win this year, it becomes the per
manent property of the team. The
men who make good in these meets
will be taken to the Western Confer
ence meet at Chicago June 7.
Professor Brewer says of the team
this year: "The prospects for a suc
cessful season are good, but we need
men to take second and third places,
especially for the Minnesota meet.
In the high hurdles we have Nichol
son, Shepard, Crouch and Brodie
For the low hurdles, Klrksey, Thatcher
and Shepard. In the quarter-mile and
relays are Hutbcll, Knoble, Brcckner
and l-'stes. The new men arc Dunkle,
Hupp and Fawcett. They are show
ing up well. These men arc very
ccnly balanced, and, while we have
no llcrmond, they should be able to
Chapman and Murphy are doing
good work in the half mile. The dis
tance men arc Wickham, Moss, Terry,
Smith, Hurst. Finle Colvin, Hogan,
Lancing, Kane and Keller.
"We are probably the weakest in the
sprints. The runners are Catron,
Kirksey and Lake. Nicholson and
Shepard will compete in the jumps.
In the pole vault are Talbot, Floyd
and Haley. For the weights we have
Thatcher, who Is a sure point winner
in all the meets, with Druinin, Kem
per and Hastings as possibilities for
-Tailors to men-
Our new patterns for
Spring wear arc arriving
The showing this
spring will be big, but the
early shoppers will get the
best patterns. Come in
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for your spring suit to be
Only one suit from
each pattern at The Fashion
Shop never two suits alike.
You choose from the bolts
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Figure your clothes expense by
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Phone 361 Red. M. A. Payne, Mgr.
Captain Taylor Tells of Prospects. for
Baseball This Spring.
The Tiger baseball team, according
to O. F. Taylor, has better prospects
for this season than last Missouri
won the championship of .the Mis
souri Vallej Conference last year, and,
according to the local fans, prospects
were never brighter for another win
ning team. Nearly all of the old men
are back. E. C. Hall and T. E. D.
Hackney are the only men the team
will lose from last year's nine. Hack
ney will give the team his assistance
this year in practice. He will have
charge of the squad part of the time.
The men will begin work next week.
If the weather does not permit out
door practice the pitching and catch
ing squads will work in the gym
nasium. The whole squad will begin
training as soon as the basketball
team gets back from its trip, which
will be about February 16. In the
meantime, in the absence of O. F.
Field, coach. Hackney will have
charge of the practicing squad.
The team will have the same pitch
ers as last year. Angerer, who Is
recognized as the best pitcher in the
valley, will again add strength to the
Tigers. Captain Taylor also looks
for great work from Capp of the fresh
man squad, who will try out at pitch
ing. The schedule is now complete ex
cept one date. The team will play
eighteen games. Captain Taylor says
that an attempt Is being made to fill
this other date by a schedule with the
Chinese team from the Chinese Uni
versity of Hawai, China. This team
is coming to the United States about
the middle of March. It will tour the
states for two months, playing games
In the East and central part of the
churches In this country.
A number of the other pictures
show Biblical subjects. From the
Old Testament are the D'Asconzo
Studios of Philadelphia's rendering
of "Moses and the Law" and "Jacob's
Dream." The new testament is not
neglected, however, as almost the
complete history of the Virgin Mary
and of Christ Is portrayed by differ
A window by Charles Loomls Is en
titled "The Annunciation." F. S.
Lamb shows the "Star of Bethlehem."
"The Adoration of the Magi" is one
of the subjects selected by Tabor
Sears. There are several representa
tions of the Crucifixion, the most im
pressive, perhaps, being a stained
glass window from the D'Ascenzo.
(Democratic primary, March 6, 1913).
We are authorized to announce
Berry W. Jacobs as a candidate for
city collector, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
We are authorized to announce R.
J. Bouchelle as a candidate for re
nomlnation for city collector, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. We are authorized to announce W.
F. Hodge as a candidate for city col
lector, subject to the acUon of the
SHOW BIBLICAL PAINTINGS
We are authorized to announce E.
W. James aB a candidate for city col
lector, subject to the action of the
We are authorized to announce
James T. Stockton as a candidate for
ire-nomination for police judge, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Scenes From Scriptures Arc Numer
ous in Exhibit.
Among the mural paintings now be
ing exhibited in the Museum of Clas-,
sical Archaeology under the auspices
of the Art Lovers' Guild are three can
vasses by William Laurel Harris.
These show In rich and gorgeous col
oring the Interior of the Paullst
Church in New York City, which is,
one of the most bcautifullj- decorated ,
We are authorized to announce W.
M. Dinwiddle as a canlddate for re
nomination for city attorney, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. We are authorized to announce D.
W. B. (Doc) Kurtz, Jr., as a candidate
for city attorney, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic prlmarj'.
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The University Dining
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He Will Be Chairman of Dormitory
L. J. Wagner was elected chairman
of the house committee of the Y. M.
C. A. dormitory at a meeting Tues
day night. The students in the dor
mitory have a system of self govern
ment in which a committee consisting
of a chairman and a member from
the house at large and a member
from each floor, Is chosen at the be
ginning of the second semester to
serve a year.
The other member from the house
at large is J. M. Linger. The second
floor representative Is E. H. Wlegand;
third floor, L. L. Leach and fourth
floor, E. W. Cowan.
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