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THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, MOKPAY EVElOSe, MOVEMBEB 80, 1918.
(Continued from page 3)
civlng Day. The Jaynawicers use a
spread formation somewhat similar to
the one Drake tried Saturday, and
with Lindsey passing the ball they
have seldom failed to gain with it
Old Horseshoe Sates .
Kansas Aggies Again.
The Kansas Aggies had their horse
shoe with them again Saturday. Just
as the week before Lansing's failure
to kick a goal after a touchdown gave
the Manhattanites a victory, so Satur
day did the failure of Graham John
son to toe the ball over In the final
period, give the" Clevcngcr-Schultz
men another 1-point victory over the
Oklahoma Soonors, 14-13.' The Aggies
have a good team, the best that the
school has turned out since It entered
the Missouri Valley Conference. The
officials of the game
was three touchdowns better than the
Aggies, but the one factor In football
that causes the downfall of many a
mlehtv team beat Missouri bad luck.
That the Aggies are getting more than
their share of the breaks was proved
In the Missouri and Oklahoma games,
Dne-noint victories are victories
but they do not prove superiority.
Nebraska Still Leads
The Conference Race.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers, despite
their defeat by Kansas Saturday, are
still at the top of the Conference in
figures. Nebraska has won three and
lost one conference game. Missouri is
second with two won, one lost and one
tied. The standing of the teams fol
lows: - "Won Lost Tied
Nebraska ....J$i... 3 -tfl 0
Missouri 2- 1
CITY AND CAMPUS
said Missouri Kansas 1
Kansas Aggica 1
Thus, Missouri's chances of claim
ing high honors depend on the Tur
key Day battle. If tho Tigers defeat
Kansas they will be tied with Nebras
ka for the lead with three games won
and one lost, but such a victory would
leave little doubt in the mind of the
unprejudiced Judge that the Tigers
are the class of the Valley. No team
Is going to have a clear title to the
championship and it will Just be a
matter of which team has shown the
best. Missouri, according to all news
paper men who saw the game and to
the officials of the game, is clearly
superior to the Kansas Aggleg, and
their defeat of the Tigers would be
swept aside by later results.
MUST PAT FOB K. U.-M. C. TICKETS
Those Unpaid for Tomorrow Will Be
Placed on Sale Again.
All tickets for the Kansas-Missouri
game which have been reserved at the
director's office in Rothwell Gymnas
ium must be paid for by 6 o'clock to
morrow night to be retained. All res
ervations which remain unpaid for at
that time will be cancelled and the
tickets offered for sale at 10 o'clock
C. II. S. TO KIBKSVILLE FRIDAY
3 p. ra.
Injury May Cause Loss of Bntledge,
There is a possibility that "Pep"
Rutledge. star halfback of the Colum
bia High School football team, will
not be In the line-up when the Kew-
pies meet the strong Kirksville High
eleven at Kirksville Friday afternoon.
Rutledge sprained a ligament in his
leg in the Columbia-University High
game last Friday and was not out for
The Kirksville team is unusually
fast this year and a victory for Co
lumbia will help make the local sea
son a success. Coach Schooler will
take twenty men on the trip in an at
tempt to bring home the long end of
Basketball at C. H. S. Soon.
Basketball practice for the Colum
bia High School Kcwpics will begin
next week with good prospects for a
fast quintet. Captain Rutledge, Way
land and Robert, members of last
year's team, are the men around whom
Coach Schooler hopes to build a win
ning combination. No schedule has
been announced, although several
games have been tentatively arranged.
Holiday Gift Suggestions
Special display of Royal Society Stamped goods.
Exclusive design in linen stamped Doileys,
Irish net cut work.
Pillow Cases and Centerpieces. t
0 . S(sUiatd'
18 South Ninth Street.
TEEPIN' cool under fire
"- shows a good soldier an'
and coolness I
ly the result
1 Ageing. V
Henry Lawrence Southwlck, teach
er, orator and artist, will give an In
terpretative recital, on "Othello" at
Christian College, December 13. Mr.
Lawrence is president of the Emerson
College of Oratory, Boston. He comes
to Columbia under the auspices of the
Alkahest Lyceum System.
Mrs. R. G. Harris who has been vis
iting her son F. G. Harris, 605 W.
Broadway, returned to her home in
Rabbi Eikan C. Voorsanger, who ad
dressed the Jewish Students' Organi
zation at the V. M. C. A. last night,
returned to St Louis today.
, Miss Jeanette Cowherd, a student In
Hardin College, who spent the week
end here visiting at the J. E. Fair
bairn home and also her brother, Car
son, returned to Mexico today.
Mrs. Dr. Turner, who has been vis
iting Mrs. J. S. Moss, 1614 Bass ave
nue, for several days, left for St.
Louis this afternoon.
Boone County Probate Court, now
in session, has had a large amount of
routine settlement work, but nothing
else has been brought up. Judge John
F. Murry is presiding.
A marriage license was issued to
day to William Arthur Marion Black
burn and Mrs. Launa Crane, both of
Mrs. J. D. Turner, 609 Ann street.
left this afternoon for Carrington,
Mo., where she has been called on ac
count of the serious illness of her
brother, John Smart.
Mrs. J. H. Dunnaway or Sikeston,
Mo., who has been visiting Miss
Gretchln, a sophomore in the Univer
sity, returned to her home today.
Mrs. C. W. Greene, 814 Virginia
avenue, left this afternoon for St.
Louis where she will tomorrow ad
dress American Social Hygiene Asso
ciation which is at present In session
in that city. Dr. W. F. Snow, who
will speak here next week at the State
Conference for Social Welfare, Is also
on the program of the American So
cial Hygiene Association.
Alfred H. Nolle of the modern lan
guage department was re-elected pres
ident of the Missouri Society of Teach
ers of Modern Language at a meeting
of the organization in St. Louis Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday. The so
ciety reorganized under a new con
stitution and .affiliated with the Asso
ciation of Modern Foreign Language
teachers of the Central West and
66 IX MISSOURI H. S. LEAGUE
Seventeen Jfew Schools EHter State
Sixty-six Missouri high schools are
now members of the Missouri High
School League, a society formed by
the University Extension Division in
co-operation with the Missouri Li
brary Commission at Jefferson City.
This is an increase of about thirty
members over the first year's enroll
ment, In 1914. and seventeen members
over last year's. This year's mem
bership campaign closed October 31.
The high schools of Missouri are
divided Into four sections. Each sec
tion is placed under a director and
debates on a subject chosen by the
league. By Intersectional debates,
the high schools are eliminated until
the two schools remaining debate here
on High School Day. The subject for
this year's debates is: "Resolved,
that the Federal Government Should
Own and Operate the Railroads of the
United States." Material and refer
ences are being sent out by the Ex
The Poplar Bluff High School won
the state championship last year, and
J. Vernon Frank of Poplar Bluff the
individual championship, a $125
scholarship to the University.
LAWYERS TO PLAY EXGDfEEBS
To Decide Football Title on Boiling
The Lawyers and Engineers will re
new their friendly relations tomorrow
afternoon on Rollins Field, at 3:30 o'
clock, when they meet to decide the
football championship between the two
schools. The Lawyers and Engineers
met last in combat on the steps qf the
Law Building. The .following lineup
probably will be used:
Strangways, c c. Spade
Cockshoot. rg lg. Dalse
Cox, lg rg, Wilson
ATHLETICS BEAT SUMNER 34 to 6
Blnga Dismond, Sprinter, on Chicago
Team to' Play Here Svaday. r
The Columbia Athletics chalked up
their sixth straight victory of the sea
son yesterday when they plied up a
score of 34 to 6 against the Sumner
Athletics of St Louis. The visitors
got away for one touchdown when
tey recovered a fumble. .
Although the high school visitors
were greatly outweighed, they put up
a good fight and showed good training.
Their lone touchdown was the first
made against the local team this sea
son. "Boodler" Brown was best at line
plunging and goal kicking, while
Tlbbs made three touchdowns.
Next Sunday a team from Chicago,
the only aggregation that ever defeat
ed the Athletics, will be here with
Blnga Dismond, the noted negro
sprinter, a member. Last year Chica
go won by a score of 6 to 0.
Mtfrray. re .
Blomeyer, qb .
Labor Acts Against Property Theory.
By United Tresa
BALTIMORE, Nov. 20. The Ameri
can Federation of Labor this after
noon announced that it had adopted
a resolution declaring that organized
labor should disobey any injunction
"founded on the dictum that labor lg
property." The resolution asserted
that any Judge issuing such an In
junction should be impeached.
J rhb. Peck
.,. qb, Hungate
,MURDER SUSPECTS BELEASED
Parents Held For Daughter's Death
f Freed on Expert's Evidence.
By United fress
PONTIAC, 111., Nov. 20. The states
attorney late this afternoon ordered
the release of Jacob Diemer, his' wife
and "daughter Magdaline, in connec
tion with the death of his daughter,
Christine. Christine's body was found
floating In the Vermillion River No
Both the states attorney, and the cor
oner accepted the suicide theory fol
lowing the finding of a Chicago spe
cialist who testified that the girl's
lungs were filled with water.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our gratitude
and thanks to our friends for their
beautiful floral offerings for the many
assistances in the burial of our hus
band and father. We wish to assure
you that each and every kindness dur
ing his illness and death was appre
ciated and shall ever be remembered,
MRS. J."r. MCDONNELL
and Children. Adv.
Too Late to Classify.
LOST etaoln sbrdlu cs shnllu
A pair of nose classes in Academic Hall
last week. Call 1113 or 315 Illtt street.
Phone 600 202 N. 10th St
TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY.
1 doz. cans No. 2 Corn (Waverly) $1.35
1 doz. cans No. 2 Peas (May Day) 1.3
1 doz. cans F. F. O. G. Corn 1.75
Del Monte Beans & Sauce, can .10
Red Kldnev Beans, can .1ft
Marguerite Clark will be seen in-av 9 T.hw ir,o ,. or
fnnlfii1 mmflmlp TTaTnmia Tl'ivao . .
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Irish Play atthe Columbia Tonight
photoplay, tonight and Tuesday at the
Columbia Theater. "Little Lady Ei
leen" the setting is in Ireland and is a
second "Molley-Make-BIIeve." The
feature of the play is Little Lady Ei
leen's belief In the good fairies to
watch over her destiny.
DYNAMITING CASE COMES UP
AMES WINS 31. U. CROSS-COUNTRY
Kansas and Missouri Place Second
and Third; 3 Teams Compete.
Ames won the Missouri Valley Con
ference cross-country run Saturday by
winning first, second, fourth, fifth and
sixth places. The race was held at
11 o'clock in the morning before the
Ames-Iowa football game at Ames.
Kansas was second and Missouri
third, with three teams competing.
Husted and Hawthorne, both of
Ames, finished first and second. Stat
ler of Kansas University, the only con
testant outside of the Ames team to
place, finished third. The winner's
time for the five miles was 27 min
utes 44 seconds.
Captain 8ymond of the Missouri
team sprained his ankle within a hun
dred yards of the start and was forced
to drop out of the race. The other
Missouri men: Hall, Banks, Brown,
McGregor and Flint, finished in the
order named and were all within 400
yards of the winner at the finish. The
race was run over a frozen course.
DRAINAGE CONDITIONS STUDIED
Behavior of Surface Water Is Shown
By Experiments Near Gymnasium.
The department of soils is conduct
ing experiments on the land south of
Rothwell Gymnasium to show the
amount of water penetrating the soil
and the amount running off under
various systems of soil management.
These are the first experiments ot
this kind to be made. They will show
the quantity of water collected by the
eroded soil and the quantity of water
that runs off. Large vats are arrang
ed to catch the water. Blocks of soil
are being inclosed In concrete, so that
the amount of water passing through
thi soil may be measured.
"Preliminary experiments have
shown great differences in the
quantities of water going Into the soil
under different conditions of soil man
agement," said M, F, Miller, professor
U. II. S. MEETS M. H. S. THUBSDAY
Rollins Field To Be Scene of Moberly
The University High School foot
ball team will play the Moberly High
School team Thursday afternoon on
Rollins Field. The local team is pre
dicting a victory over the aggregation
According to "dope" the teams are
about evenly matched. Columbia High
School defeated Moberly 20 to 0, and
last Friday defeated the University
"prep" boys 19 to 0.
Supreme Court Grants Motion to Ad
vance Arguments in Horn Trial.
By United Press
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. The Su
preme Court today granted a motion
to advance arguments in the case of
Werner Horn, alleged dynamiter and
German army officer. Horn is accused
of attempting to blow up the Canadian
International Bridge. He asked a writ
of habaes corpus, claiming that the
offense charged against him was of a
military character and was not to be
tried in an ordinary court. The .court
assigned the case for argument Jan
Harvester Trust Suit February 26.
By United Press
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. The Unit
ed States Supreme Court this after
noon assigned for reorganization
February 26 the government suit to
dissolve the Harvester Trust, The
date set was more than two months
later than that asked by the govern
ment attorneys, who requested a post
ponement until December 11.
No Fees For Montana U. Guardsmen.
By United Press
MISSOULA, Mont., Nov. 20. Uni
versity of Montana students who serv
ed on the Mexican border with the
national guard are enjoying their
schooling without charge. As an evi-
No. 3 can Libby's Kraut, 2 cans for o
No. 2 can String Beans, can
3 cans K. C. B. Powder, 10c size .
2 cans K. C. B. Powder. 15c size .
1 can Kf C. B. Powder, 20c size .
1 can K. C. B. Powder, 80c size
No. 3 can Apples, can
3 packages Post Toasties .25
Good Mixed Nuts, pound SiH
Head Rice, pound .07J4
Chuck Roast, pound
Standard Rib or Rump
Steak, Round or Loin
dence of the state's gratitude, all the'pork stealc
usual fees were eliminated. I
But It's Cost ts Small
OUR Breakfast makes you feel that you
you have really had something to
eat. It's clean, wholsome, nourish
ing AND-IT SATISFIES.
Twenty Cents is the Price.
'Where Quality Reigns"
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