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'THE DAILY MISSOUBIAS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2S, rtlft
THAT lu.nu uklaxbu Tiger "scoring punch" has arrived. It was un
created at Rollins Field yesterday, clamped on the Schulte machine,
lined up against Coach Johnnie Miller's praiseworthy freshmen on
tbelr own fifteen-yard line and demonstrations started. With Rider, Mc
Millen, Harry Viner. Groves. Mulr and Pittam In the role of the hitherto un
known "punch," the Varsity gathered
about the finest assortment of touch
downs seen in Columbia this fall. Yes
terday the Tigers had what they lack
ed In the Ames game the ability to
ram the oval over the goal line from
the fifteen-yard line. Of course some
one is going to rise up and remark
that had the Tigers been In action
against the freshmen Instead of Ames
Saturday, the "punch" would have
been just as evident then. However,
few of the chosen ones who saw yes
terday's scrimmage will say that there
was not real ability and scoring
power against any team in the Var
All of the backfield men, with the
exception of Pittam, shot through the
first-year line, and the oval after each
touchdown was restored to the Var
sity with the orders to carry it over
again from the fifteen-yard line in
TO GIVE MA8S MEETING
AT TRAIN TOMORROW
An open air mass meeting at
the 4:30 o'clock Wabash train
tomorrow afternoon will give
the Tigers a send-off on the trip
to Soonerland for the battle
Saturday, the first out-of-town
game of the 1916 season. The
cheer leaders will be there and,
Coach Schulte has asked for a
demonstration of the Missouri
The Mlssourian is sending a
staff correspondent along with
the teamr The play by play re
ports will be announced In
front of the Mlssourian office in
the Virginia Building Saturday
four downs. Three plays were usual-'
ly sufficient to bring about the score PRIZES GIVEN AT BARNWARXING
when Viner, Rider or McMillen were
doing the lugging, with Pittam, how
ever, results were less fruitful.
GroTes and Xulr
Find Scoring Avenues
New avenues of possible scores were
opened up when Groves and Muir
were called out of their tackle posi
tions to circle and take the ball
through the opposite side of the line.
While the backfield plungers were
"Rube" Xake-Ups, Log-San inp, Bean
Eating, Corn-Husking Rewarded.
The "Rube Hawkinses" were very
much in evidence at the Barnwarming
last Friday night, but the "rubiest
rube" was Otto Conrades with his
i linen duster and carpet bag. First
prize, six pairs of silk hose, was
awarded Mr. Conrades. The second
prize went to A. J. Pierce.
NAVY TO GET 24 NEW VESSELS
Bids' Will Be OpeBed for 4 Battleships
and 20 Destroyers.
By United Press
WASHINGTON, Oct 25. Bids were
to be opened at the Navy Department
today for four battleships and twenty
destroyers. The battleships will be
slightly larger than the Tennessee and
California. Their chief characteris
tics will be: displacement. 32,600
tons; speed, 21 knots; battery, eight
16-inch guns, twenty-two 5-inch guns,
four 3-Inch anti-aircraft guns; com
plement, 1,022. They will have the
same large cruising radius which
characterizes all recent Untied States
The destroyers will be five knots
speedier than our others. Their chief
characteristics will be: Displacement,
1,185 tons; speed, 35 knots; battery,
four 5-inch guns, four triple torpedo
tubes, two anti-aircraft guns; comple
CITY AND CAMPUS
Dr. J. W. Connoway, head of the
veterinary science department, will
leave in the morning to assist in the
control of an outbreak of hog cholera
in Howard County.
E. II. Hughes, assistant professor
of animal husbandry, went to. Marble
Hill today to do extension work at
the live stock and produce show
W. P. Anderson, Russian Agricul
tural Commissioner to the United
States, has written the animal hus
bandry department of the College of
Agriculture to inquire about the
merits of the Missouri Ozark sec
tions for sheep raising on a large
P. H. Ross, State Leader of County
Agricultural Agents, Is spending the
first part of the week with F. E. Long
mire, agent of Knox County, and will
spend the remainder with T. H. Nel
son, agent of Marion County.
The crowded condition of the ani
mal husbandry department of the Col
lege of Agriculture has made neces
sary the preparation of three offices
and a classroom In the live stock Judg
Prof. E. A. Trowbridge of the Col
lege of Agriculture will go to Klrks
ville tonight to take part In the Agri
cultural Extension branch short
course there. F. W. Faurot, extension
professor of horticulture, went yes
terday. The Kappa Sigma fraternity will
give a matinee dance at its chapter
house on Bridge terrace Saturday aft
ernoon. Mrs. M. C. Whittler left for her home
in Kansas City this morning after a
visit -with Mrs. T. O. Robinson and
F. K. Benedict left this morning on
a business trip to Warmington.
Mrs. G. C. Haydon and son, George,
of Kansas City, who have been visit
ing near Columbia with Mrs. Betty
Haydon went home this morning.
Mrs. Leonard Henderson and Mrs.
f!- H. PrittpTirtpn nnil hla nsrtnpr.
making their required fifteen yards MM c,ay( carr,ed of the prJze for
for a touchdown in four downs the big be,ng the mMt cowntrlfled coupie.
tackles made the distance in two
Miss Clay was presented with, five
plays. "Snooze" lumbered along for poundg of cam,yt an( merchandise to
the entire distance on one play, shak- the amount ot. ?3 was glven t0 Mr.
ing off three tacklers. When "big"
Bill Muir came around for a plunge
Crittenden. The second prize for the
rube" couple was won by G. V.
through the right wing Shy, Muir and sheets and Miss Julie Anderson; It
Hamilton opened a hole wide enough
to drive a wagon through. Shy re
placed Preston at the guardTpositlon,
because of the South Greenfield par
son's slight Injury.
Gels Into the Scrimmage.
consisted of a bottle of toilet water
and a pair of house slippers.
Several couples tried to prove their
ability with the cross-cut saw, but F.
II. Shelledy and Miss Gladys Baker
made the greatest progress, sawing
the log about half way through. A
Captain Harry Lansing got into the t knife and a picture were the prizes.
scrimmage witn a vim. with the
freshmen trying the Oklahoma for
ward .passing J.actics. the Tiger gen
eral knocked down the first attempt
Later he Intercepted a fling from Gar
dier and was away for a touchdown.
Roscoe Warren and Miss Pleas came
out second In this contest
Henry Delp won the bun, eating"
contest Buns tied to strings were
eaten by persons with their hands
tied behind them, and the man finish
ing first received two pairs ot silk
"Jlmmle" Porter, freshman quarter- hose.
back, suffered a sprained ankle In a Corn husking came In for a contest,
mass play and had to be carried from which was won by Troy Deal and
the field. He will probably be out Miss Laura Dickson. In the pre-
of the game for a week.
Kansas Game Tickets
On Sale November 6.
Kansas game tickets will go on sale
In Columbia November 6, two days
after the Missouri home-coming day.
Three thousand seats have been pro
vided for MIssourians. They are in
the north bleachers of McCook Field.
The prices will be the same as in
other years, $2.50 for box seats and
$2 for bleacher seats.
Kansas Game Officials
Hare Been Apreed Upon.
a E. McBrlde. "Bill" Gordon, a
former Harvard star, and "Doc" Rell
ly, athletic director of the K. C. A. C.
will be the officials at the Kansas
Missouri game at Lawrence Thanks
giving Day. All three have had ex
perience in handling the historic
battle. Although it has been decided
that McBride, Gordon and Reilly will
handle the game In which capacity
each will act has not been agreed up-
liminaries each couple had ten. ears,
of corn to husk. The two couples
getting through first then tried for
the Cnal honors. Miss Dickson re
ceived a bottle of toilet water, and
Mr. Deal won a watch.
It was planned to have a nail
driving contest for the women, but
because of lack ot nails the contest
was called off.
Harry Linger peeled five sweet po
tatoes In the shortest time and- re
ceived a scarf pin.
An old-fashioned 'coon hunt was al
so held in connection with the Barn
warming. A pet 'coon was- tied in a
tree some distance back of Rollins
Field and dogs were turned loose to
follow the trail.
An unpardonable football sin oc
curred when Viner "bawled" up two
plays In succession on the ten-yard
line. Of course Viner is fairly newl
at the halfback position but Collins
I out and somebody's got to fill the
hole against the Sooners Saturday. Vi
ler looks like the most promising
candidate. Undoubtedly he will be In
C. n. Eckles Talks to Dairy Students.
Prof. C. H. Eckles told the Student
Dairy Association last night of the op
portunities for graduates of the dairy
department of the College of Agricul
ture. Erskine Harmon, president of
the club, gave an account of his trip
to Massachusetts on the dairy Judging
WE HOLD NO CLEARANCE SALES
George' Miller went to Moberly this
morning as delegates to the W. C T.
U. convention. They -will return
Mrs. Margaret Thoos. who has been
visiting Mrs. U. BerkebUe, left for her
home In Cleveland. Ohio, this morning.
Miss Agnes Husband, Instructor In
Toice at Stephens College, and Miss
Helen Williams, a student at Stephens
went to Kansas City this morning to
attend grand opera. They will return
W. S. Wlnegardner and family,
who have been visiting John McMiller.
an uncle ot Mrs. Wlnegardner, left
for their home at Darlington this
Mrs. Turner MeBalne's Sunday
School class of girls of the Broadway
Methodist Church entertained the
young men of that church last eve
ning with a Hallowe'en party.
Two nice rooms for rent in the
Nowell Building. Hot and cold water.
Call or phone 74. N. 43-49.
Half Cent a Word a Day, Ffaone 53.
Two or three young women for board.
M per week at 713 Missouri Are. H. 42-46
ROOMS FOR RKT
Two rooms. lower floor, together or sin
Rle. For ladles. Missouri avenue. Phone
1331 White. G. 44-tf.
One bedroom in a modern house. 305
Christian College Avenue. J. 29-tf.
The kind of overcoat you want, the kind that
. you've been thinking about is here ready for
you to wear.
Don't lose any time these cold days. Come
down now and select yours!
You'll like the overcoats we have. They've
got more "pep" than any you've ever seen.
We're glad to demonstrate any time.
The Prices SI 5 to $45
These three essentials are conspicu
BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO.
TTEEPIN' cooji under fire
" shows a good soldier an'
and coolness Is large
ly the result of its two
years Natural Ageing.
Furnished rooms for boys, double or sin
gle, 303 Waugh. Phone 1067 Black.
Two large rooms for men. 610 Turner.
' Very desirable front room. Apply 711
Mo. Are. - Q. 27-tf.
Two room next door north of Y."M. C.
A. Thone 974 Red. C. 20-tf.
Rooms f9 to S12 at 201 So. Ctb St. Ev
ery convenience. E.,14-tf.
and Kappa Sigma Boose.
Slice at 271.
S. 44-44. "
A brown raincoat. Left at Palms Sun
day night. Reward U returned to Mlaaour
lan office. s 43.47
'? ?r Missouri Valley Conference
medal. Return to Daggy at gimnaalum for
reward. r. 31-tt
Hard cal Iwse-burner, almost new.
Phone 1210 White. B. 44-50.
Indian featherweight motorcycle, 1918
model 3 speed. Columbia Motor & Cycle
. vtn St. 39-45.
East front lot In Westmount, Thllly
avenue, near Stewart Road. Terms to
suit -purchaser. Mrs. J. D. EHlff 705
Maryland Place, Phone 729. B. 38-44.
Wanted: 18 or 20 copies of Mlssourian
of October IS. Leave at Mlssourian office.
- W. 43-47.
Wanted: By young lady, light house
keeping roommate. 205 South Eighth St
Phone 974 Red. . 14-tf.
Dancing lessons given privately, 20)
South Eighth, "hone "74 Red. 75 cents.
Wanted: Rood all around cook. Appiy at
Virginia Grill. v. 21.tr.
Wanted: Any Industrious student de
siring employment during their spare time
see Mr. Scott at 203 S. fith St. 8. 41-43.
18th St. and Washington Ave.
A Refined Hotel for Your
Mother, Wife and Sister
Room vith Private Bath
&50. $2.00. 2.50. 3.00
2.50, 3.00. 3.50. 4.00
I One very large splendidly furnished
room, and one small room. Excellent lo
cation. Call 1192 Red. B. 17-tf.
Rooms furnished and anfurnlshed. for
light housekeeping. Phone 974 Red. 205
South 8th. tt. 4-tf.
Suite of rooms and bath,, well furnish
ed. Suitable for three or four young
men. Phone 1285 White. L. 7-tf.
Wanted: A room mate for student. Next
door north Y. M. C. A. G. 33-tf.
Large, front room, furnished or un
furnished at 100 HItt st D. 37-tf.
LOST AND FOUND
Craig Fountain Pen between Tan Bldg.
Ask your Grocer for
Klass Ice Cream Salt
25 Pound Sacks 25c
WeWill Repair It
All work guaran
teed. We special
ize on Watches,
GOETZ & LlNDSEY
The People's Barber Shop
Shoe Shine - 5c
J. G. Williams & Sons
Phone 288 Black
- PHI'MU ALPHA SEASON TICKETS
AND TICKETS FOR
JOSEF HOI MA1N PIANO RECITAL
On sale Thursday, Oct" 26 at 8:15 a. m., at the Missouri Store and
at Allen's. Non-holder of Season Tickets may purchase
Hofmann Recital Ticket! Friday.
Have you seen the new
SHELL-TEX reading glasses, at
Dr. Blakemore's. They are
classy. Makes reading a pleas
ure, and the prices are very
Third floor, Ex. Bank Bldg.
By Saving your old maga
zines and paper for us. We
pay the highest prices for them.
We also Buy rags, iron and all
kinds ofold metal.
Chicago Iron and Metal
Sixth and Walnut Phone 653
Dr. H. . Stephenson
408-10 GUITAR BUILDING
9-12 a. m.
M p. m.
We Solicit and
DALTON COAL COMPANY
13 N. Fourth Sl
Now's the Time to Plant Bulbs
for spring blooming. Dutch Tulips, Hyacinths, Narcissus, Daf- -fodils,
etc You will want some of these for outside planting or
inside forcing. First quality, prices reasonable. Call 920.
COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY
(Cut flowers, potted plants, funeral wreaths, hardy ornamen
tal shrubbery planting.
WEST ASH AND WEST BOULEVARD
Fuel Economy and Satisfaction
All Combined In
Order Your Coal Now
21 N. 8th Phone 470
JACKSON COAL CO.
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