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THE DAILY MISSOUWAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMEB 56, 1910
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Sultry weather prevented the Varsity squad from scrimmaging yesterday
afternoon. Today the process of elimination starts anew and the scrubs as
well as the regulars will work out on one of the competing teams. The
freshmen, too, will get a taste of battle today. Coach Miller is to send them
through their first scrimmage of the season in an effort to get them into
shape for Saturday's game with the Varsity. Until then the two squads will
not mix. Secret practice will probably start after this tryout.
The fifty men out for yesterday's practice were sent through some fast
drill in running down punts, signal practice, catching forward passes and
in doing many other things that go to make a football player. Four teams
were put through their paces and with frequent changes In the lineup kept
Giltncr, the only boldoer at end,
worked continuously at this position
jesterday. Bass, a last j ear's fresh
man, is giving the other two men,
Slusher and Wilder, a hard scrap for
the other end of the line. Wilder has
barely missed making the team at
least twice before and seems to lack
nothing except that final something
that goes to make a star. He may
show that flash of ability this fall.
Some Good 3Ien Drop
Out of Freshmen Squad.
The freshman squad is losing some
of its best men because of their lack
of time. Wackher, of whom Miller
was expecting great things; McCann,
another promising man, and Bryan
are some of the men who have been
forced lo drop their football training.
Several others did not show up for
practice last night, probably because
of failure to straighten out matters
with the "war" office.
This afternoon the first-year men
are being sent through their first
scrimmage. Ewing, Greenwood, Ham
ren, Shepard, Stone, Weaver, Gardere,
Cross and Porter will all get a thor
ough tryout in the backfield, while
Cockshoot, Finecaot, Lee, LIgon, Mey
er, Roop and Urie are among the lead
ing candidates for the line positions.
Miller is attempting to develop
heavy men for the backfield for use
on next year's Varsity. Some former
line-men will be given tests behind
the line to see if they are fitted for
backfield material. Shepard is show
ing up well as a punter on the fresh
man squad while Gardere shows signs
of ability to drop-kick. Both of these
men will get plenty of chance to de-
Open date In schedule.
St. f-ouls at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at Iloston.
Chlcaeo at Brooklyn.
elop this part of their work in the
coming contests with the Varsity.
"Chuck" Wilson, who helped whip
last year's team into shape, writes
from Texas that he is anxious to get
back for the football season, but
thinks the chance mighty slim just
now. The former Tiger football play
er and captain expects to be released
from border duty about November 1.
Haines was booting the ball a good
average distance jesterday. A little
more weight and this man would be a
valuable asset to any team.
Slusher showed up well in yester
day's workout. He was a star per
former at Wcntworth Military Acad
emy three years ago and seems to be
regaining his form. ,
Williams Jevu'll Star
Enters the University.
Peterson, the sensation of the Mis
souri Intercollegiate Conference last
year, has entered the University and
will report for duty this afternoon.
Peterson was the star of the champion
William Jewell eleven last year and
with a year's experience on the fresh
man football squad should make a
good man for the Tigers next year. In
addition to being a 10-second man he
has ability to sidestep and dodge while
running at full speed.
CIYIC LEAGUE TAKES UP TYPHOID
Improvement of Broadway and Better
'Movies' Discussed at Meeting.
The Columbia Civic league mis
afternoon discussed typhoid fever and
its prevention at its regular meeting.
Mrs. W. E. Muns led the discussion. At
later meetings, the following topics
will be discussed: Fall planting, Car
negie library, motion pictures, vaude
ville, city clean-up, civic center and
The Child Welfare League, which is
allied with the Civic League, has no
definite plans, as its chairman, Mrs. L.
L. Bernard, has not returned from her
Through the co-operation of the
Civic League with other City organi
zations this fall, two things at least
arc in store for Columbia: a beautiful
Broadway and better motion pictures.
Mrs. W. E. Harshe, president, an
nounces that the League will co-op-
crate with other organizations, nota
bly men's, to make Columbia's long
est street a beautiful and useful high
way. According to Mrs. Harshe, wo
men's clubs all over Missouri, are
called on to beautify the highways,
and since Broadway is touched at both
ends by cross country roads, it should
be improved as much as possible.
McDANIELS IS REFUSED BAIL
Tuesday and Wednesday Specials
We are going to give $1.00 worth of goods
free with a $1.50 cash or C. O. D. purchase Wed
nesday. No flour or sugar included on the $1.50
order. We sold 85 this Tuesday morning. Order
early. They won't last long. We also give 10
extra S. & H. Stamps.
Green Tomatoes, pk. 25c
Good Sweet Potatoes, pk 30c
25c Peaches, extra good, can 20c
10c Corn, 3 for 25c
30c Coffee, lb .25c
5c Washing Powder, 7 boxes , 25c
10c Toilet Paper, 4 rolls 25c
5c Salt, 3 bags 10c
15c Salmon, 2 cans 25c
5c Rub-No-More Soap, 6 bars 25c
10c Peas, 3 cans 25c
25c Pine Apples, can .20c
Olives (large) qt 30c
Pears, good ones, can 10c
Mixed Sweet Pickles, bottle .'. 15c
Maple Syrup, bottle 10c
Matches, 3 boxes 10c
Ward's Fine Loaf Cake, each 10c
No. 3 Canned Apples ;these cans are slightly soiled, each 5c
5c Soap, 10 bars 25c
Swift Premium Oleo. lb 25c
We give S. & H. Stamps.
201 CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AVENUE
We A7e Now the Agents
The Highest Grade of Foot
$8.00 to $12.00
F M. Shoe Co.
24 So. 9th St Phone 3S9 Red
Viner, former Central High School
star In Kansas City, is out for a back
field position and in spite of his lack
of weight is showing good form. If
he is as good at the gridiron game as
he is on the court he will be hard to
keep out of the regular line-up.
TELLS FRES1WEX TO WORK
J. W. Hudson .Makes First Monday
Mffht Forum Talk.
Be a well-rounded man, acquire a
cosmopolitan attitude, take your
gloves off and work, was the message
to the men of the freshman class by
Dr. J. W. Hudson, professor of phil
osophy, in his talk on "The University
Man and His Ideals" in the University
Auditorium last night. The Rev. Madi
son A. Hart, pastor of the Christian
Church, Erskine Longfellow, chair
man of the student forum committee,
and Morris Dry, vice-president of the
Y. M. C. A. talked to the new men.
The early part of the meeting was
well attended by both men and wo
men, but when Dean Walter Miller,
who presided at the meeting, an
nounced that it was not called as a
mass meeting but for the benefit of
the men, the room was soon left with,
only men to hear. There was a mis
take in the announcements.
CATCH ALLEGED FORGERS
Dudlej Allilte and Thomas Jlcflruw
Held Under $300 Bond.
Dudley White, 312 Sexton Road, and
Thomas McGraw of Centralia, were
arrested yesterday and charged with
forgeryi At a preliminary hearing
before Justice Bicknell, they were
bound over to circuit court and held
under a $300 bond. Both are in the
McGraw is charged with writing
the check and White is accused of
cashing it at the New York Store.
When C. O. Selder, the proprietor,
found the check was fraudulent, lie
called the police. Policeman W. R.
Miller learned from a taxicab office
that the White 1xy and his father.had
taken a car to their home. After be
ing taken to the police station the
police say White confessed.
Accused Prosecutor Plans to Conduct
Own Case at Preliminary Hearing1.
Ity United Ircs.
ST. J09BPH, Mo., Sept. 26. Re
fused bail when arraigned, charged
with murdering his wife, County
Prosecutor Oscar McDanlels today
planned to conduct his own case at
Ihc preliminary hearing tomorrow.
Although the charge of first-degree
murder is- not bailable, McDaniels
plan3 to bring such an array of in
flucntial friends into court ready to go
his bond that even though he is re
fused bail such a showing would have
a good effect on public sentiment.
When McDaniels was refused bail he
was transferred from the city jail to
the county jail, isolated from the other
prisoners and confined to the hospital
ward because many of the prisoners
In the county jail have been prose
cuted by him.
With only a little more than a
month remaining before the election,
the special prosecutor today declared
that the verdict probably would not be
reached before the prisoner goes be
fore the county for re-election as
county prosecutor, but Prosecutor
Lockwood promised to expedite the
CITY PAYS $T,0 FOR WORK TEAM
Will Jfean SaWnp of S12JI0 a Week,
Says Mayor J. 3T. Batterton.
The City of Columbia became the
owner of its second team of work
horses today when the team of Lee
Stone, a farmer liing ten miles east
of this city, was purchased for $350.
The purchase was made through E. G.
Davis, liveryman, by Councilman E. B.
McDonnell, chairman of the water and
light committee, and Councilman
James Reed, chairman of the street
COLUMBIA DENTIST TO WED
Engagement of Dr. Hugh Stephenson
to Miss Doris Pryor Annnunred.
The engagement of Dr. Hugh Stenh-
enson of Columbia to Miss Doris
Pryor of Fayette, Mo, has been announced.
Miss Pryor Is the daughter of Mrs.
Florence Pryor of Fayette, Mo. She
13 a graduate of Howard Payne and
has taught In the public schools cf
Glasgow a year. Dr. Stephenson Is
the son of Mr- J. H. Stephenson of
The wedding will take nlace at the
home of the bride, October 18. They
will live In Columbia.
No matter where
you are at home,
office, hotel, on train
or boat, if there's any
kind of ink handy, your
pen will neve: be dry if it's
Simply dip it in the ink,
press the little "Crescent
filler" and pen is filled
Come in and see it.
WOMEN DISCUSS XEtf BUILDIXG
Suggestions Made for Home-Coming
Week At the UHirersity.
The Association or Collegiate Alum
nae met In Room 119 Academic Hall
this afternoon, at which time plans
for a home-coming week at the Uni
versity were discussed. It was sug
gested to have this home-coming
sometime during the fall football sea
son that alumnae might be able to
see student life at its best. The as
sociation also made arrangements for
conferring with the state federation
of woman's clubs regarding a wom
an's building for tho University.
Missouri University has been recog
nized as a member of the National
Association of Collegiate Alumnae
for the last eight years . Women who
hold at least an A. B. degree from a
recognized list of universities are
eligible for membership. There were
seventy members of the branch here
In Columbia last year. Mrs. Walter
Miller Is president, Mrs. A. H. R.
Falrchllds, vice-president, Miss Louise
Nardln, secretary and Miss Era John
ston, counciler for the University. This
afternoon's meeting was the first held
X. U. Graduate To Texas High ScketL
Miss Mattle Rae Sebastaln, of Co
lumbia, who received an A. M. degree
last June from the University will
teach the Dallas, Tex.. High School
Her salary will be $1,000.
Will Talk To Commercial Club.
Prof. P. L. Martin will speak at th
weekly luncheon of the Commercial
Club Thursday. He will discuss hta
recent visit to Japan.
COMPLAINT IS FILED
AGAINST MRS. MURBI
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the representative of the St. Louij
firm after receiving legal adiice that
she was within the boundaries of the
merchants' license which sho has
taken out. If she is stopped from act
ing as representative for Stix-Baer-Puller
of St. Louis, Mrs. Murry hopes
to handle gooes for Marshall Field
& Company of Chicago, which would
constitute inter-state commerce and
prevent interference by any local or
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted: Good all around cook. Ap
ply at Virginia Grill. V. 21-tf.
We're showing some very
smart and attractive Wo
men's Street Boots.
Boots that are particular'
ly adapted to go with the
present style of short skirts.
Our cut shows one of our
most popular new models!
'telffW1 Thent we have other styles
in Gun-Metal Calf and the
'-- New Russian Leathers in
i J"i ? "dark" rich colorings. Some
with colored kid tops Lace or Button.
$4.00 to $6.00.
4.00, $5.00, $6.00 to SI 0.00
Our Line of Street Boots makes a strong appeal to every
Woman that appreciates particularly well dressed feet.
The New Studio
Where The '"Latest"
Is Always The Word.
No Stairs to Climb
The Elevator will take
youright up to the studio.
Go there Jor real artis
" " try in photography
The Cluck's Jlrt Studio
Exchange National Bank Bldg. 2nd. Floor.
"When there' s beauty, we take it,"
"When, there's none, we make it."
It's an old order but served in a new, appe
tizing way when you visit the Palms.
You can find nearly everything you want in
the short order line, at our new equipped place.
Let us serve your banquet or refreshments.
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