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Now that the Missouri Tigers and
the Kansas Aggies have met Missouri
Valley football followers are today
figuring on the relative strength of the
valley teams as shown by the scores
of Saturday's games. The valley teams
for the most part played out of their
class Saturday. Some selected weaker
riials for practice games and the
others were foils for superior teams.
The J a hawkers, playing at Law
rence, defeated the State Normal
School eleven 33 to 0. Only three of
the fiAe touchdowns were earned as
Laslett. who will be remembered by
Jlissourlans as a basketball player as
well as a gridiron man, made two Of
the scores, by a fifty-three yardvrun
and the second on a fifty-five yard run
down the field. The Jayhawkers, as
did many of the valley teams, made
frequent use of the forward pass in
Saturday's game. Although the Kan
sas eleven won by a top heavy score,
nevertheless the officials found it
necessary to penalize them 120 yards
braska defeated the University of
Iowa 47 to 0 at Lincoln. The Husk
ers had everything their own way,
making 43 first downs and gaining
713 yards. The Hawkeye eleven,
while it is in the "Big Ten." has never
displayed the form to justify it being
in this class,
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THE EVENING jriSSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1917.
Tomorrow's Best Bargains
Bakery Goods. ,
When you go on that nutting trip
this week, remember that the Gentsch
Bakery always has a fresh baked
supply of rolls, cream puffs, and
cookies for just such occasions.
B. Gentsch Balery, 18-22 Ninth.
Reserve the furnace for real cold
weather and save money. Gather
around the cheerful glow of a Per
fection Oil Heater these cool October
evenings. We invite you to look over
our splendid line of oil heaters.
('has. Jlatliens Hardware to SOS
ment, sleeping porcb; prlrate entrance;
newly papered; water and beat furnished;
2t4 blocks from Broadway, one-halt block
of West Campus. Pbone 850-Black.
BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 double. $11 eacb; one
double, $10; one single, $0. Jefferson Club,
311 Waush. J-319tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A black wallet. Finder
leave at tbe Mlssourlan office.
morning for a visit at Excelsior
Mrs. Edwin Adair and Mrs. Harry
Bryan went to Mexico today to visit
Mrs. Adaic's husband, who is in the
Mrs. A. D. Miller went to Moberly
this morning on business.
Mrs. Clara Hickam went to Switzler
Mrs. J. H. Lightner is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Betty Todd, at Madison.
Mrs. Everett Buckler is visiting rel
atives at Centralia.
W. B. Stone of Champaign, 111.,
spent a few hours here this morning
with his sister, Estelle Stone.
The Rev. J. B. Weldon left this
morning for Clark County, where he
will spend the week doing missionary
It is nrobably the weak-1 work in the interest of the Christian
est team in the Western Conference." Church.
but at that Nebraska's powerful. ' Miss Arline Salmon, who is teaching
machine-like attacks showed that it .in the Bowling Green High School,
spent yesterday nere with her mother,
Mrs. Emmie Salmon, 210 Cousins
has a team probably superior to any
other in the Valley.
Drake had difficulty when it plajeu, street, bhe was accompanied to Bowl
Creighton College of Omaha, letting . ing Green by her mother, who will
the smaller school have the best of a I spend the winter with her daughter.
10 to 3 score. The smaller college j Mrs. J. W. Reavis and daughters,
sot awav with
nasscs Drake made its only
Hampton.'Miss., after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. A- J. Estes and family.
B. L. Harwood went to Mexico to
day on business'.
Half a Cent a Word a Day
ROOMS FOR RENT
roil RENT Rooms fr two or tbrce
j onus ladles. Prices reasonable. Can use
"basement for laundry. Three blocks from
C.ifetcrlu. 1'bone TSCJ-BIacfc. F-27
roit RUNT One nicely furnlsbed room
for men. 1117 University Ave., opposite
Agricultural llldg. New brick house. I'-'JS
roil RENT One furnlsbed room,
single or double. Quiet place. Two
minutes' walk from campus. Mrs. Wni.
HuKlit-s, 010 Turner Ae. Phone 1002
rOR RENT Two larse well-furnished
rooms. Board next door. Mrs. J. M.
Hyde, 513 South 5th. Phone 44S-Rlack.
a numuer OI lurHiu.uisaca uixruaru mm iiun. ui iuaicu,
were the guests of the Rev. J. B. Wel
don over the week-end. They left this
afternoon in their automobile for their
Mr. and Mrs. ' Edgar McElfresh,
its only score
when Stuhls kicked a field goal.
Washington University opened the
1917 season on Francis Field by play
inir Lombard College of Galesburg.
111., and winning by 2C to 14. The former students in the University, now
Piiceway eleven is getting a late start living in Bonne Terre, will be in
this season and had a hard time with school the second.semester. Mrs. Mc
the smaller college. On paper it looks Elfresh was formerly Miss Dess
as if the Lombard eleven was the Alexander.
better team as they made 1G first. Miss Eleanor Grubbs Miss Estelle
downs to the Pikers' 11. j Stone and Harry Mann spent the
Ames the other valley team had no week-end in Brunswick, where they
game scheduled Saturday. The Tigers attended the Chariton County Fair,
nlar this team next Saturday at Ames I Miss Mary Ellen Mitchell, who is at-
snd the Missouri rooters would like to tending Howard Payne College
"have learned what the Iowa
Missouri rooters are taking an in
terest in the showing that Benny
, r. nA.n mniln rtT- fflilPf! tfl
uwen s cuuiiaa "'nuv, .... .
make acainst Illinois. The Sooners Fulton by
Fayette, is visiting her sister, Miss
Nell Mitchell, 507 South Fifth street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Richards of
Hannibal accompanied by eight Wil
liam Woods College girls came from
motor yesterday to spend
FOR RENT Two nice comfortable
rooms In Nowcll Building. Hot and cold
water, steam heat, and light free. 1'hune
74. W. II. Now ell. WBN-S0
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
1 rice will start a dancing class Thursday,
Oct. 11 Phone 620 or 604 for information.
V, ANTED Reliable salesman for good
steady position. Call on Garages, Stores,
factories In this territory. Good pay for
right man Milwaukee Tank Works, Mll-w-uukee,
WANTED Live fraternity man to
represent wholesale coffee house. 530 to
$40 monthly commissions possible. Ad
dress Burr-Jones Coffee Company. Omaha.
TAKEN from the coatroom -in tbe Uni
versity library, an overcoat, medium
weight. Five dollars reward If returned to
owner, J. C. Wise.
WANTED Young man to care for
furnace in exchange for room. Phone 1319.
LOST Turquoise ass pean pin, some
where between 1408 Rosemary lane and
east end of University avenue. Phon
1238-BIack. Reward. F-tf
LOST Light colored Jersey cow with
horns, wearing a black halter. Saturday
morning. If found notify 4S0-Red.
Let Holborn make your
We guarantee to please
' 910a Broadway
LOST White fur necupleoe, between COO
South 0th and Broadnay, last Saturday
ulgbt. Reward for return to COO South
9th St. - R-21
rOUND (A fountain pen. Same will be
returned to owner upon description of
property and payment of this advertise
ment. Inquire of P. II. Ross, 204 Agr. Bldg.
DR. J. B. COLE
4-5 Hadcn Bide. Phone 498
(Over Scott's Book Store.)
Shampooing, Manicuring-, Massage,
Complete line of creams and powders
rhona 207 920a, Brd-r.
For Better Photographs
LOST Small sized Conklln fountain pen.
l'inder please call 937-White. A-24
LOST Delta Tau Delta fraternity pin.
n. V. Moore engraved on tbe back. M-27
FOR our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, KIrksvlIle.
WANTED A student to wait on table
mil tunic at 11:30. XV care of Mlssourlan
WANTED A boy to take care or furnace
and do light chores around tbe bouse for
his room. Phone 1073-Whlte. D-lStf
WANTED Several young lady solicitors
for Columbia. Good salary, pleasant
work. Address G, care of Mlssourlan.
Cut Flowers and All Others
Flowers and Plants to be had at
COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY
Phone 920 West Blvd. and Ash.Street
the afternoon at the Sigma Xu house.
Kenneth C. Sears of Kansas City, a
graduate of the University, was in
Columbia yesterday on business.
Miss Kate Stamper, a, junior in the
University, returned yesterday from a
week-end visit with her parents in
started out like a whirlwind against
the Illini and went down the field in
the first quarter with a series of for
ward passes that completely baffled
Zuppke's men. The Illini soon' re
covered their breath and met the com
nier nlavs of Owen's men with "Big
Ten" football. However, the Sooners . Moberly
rnt within striking distance of the Miss Lucile Hartman, a former
Illini goal twice but the Illini line student in the Unversity. left today for
tightened and the score was kept to her home in Chillicothe after spend
ing me weeK-ena wun .uiss .uiume
Company E of the University Cadet
Corps will give a picnic tonight in the
woods south of town.
Mss Frances Peck will return to
morrow from a visit in St. Louis.
Miss Adelaide Simons of St. Louis
spent the week-end at the Kappa
FOIt RENT Modern slx-toora apart- MUs Margaret Drescher and Miss Emily
at iS. !"S IS 1 .-U .,-.".. F-iiiiy
The VANITY FAIR
8 South Ninth Street.
We make a specialty of
cleaning and dyeing ladies'
zero. Abbot and wnmum wcie mc
stars of the game.
N0TAHLES TO TRIAL IN GKEECE
High Court of Impeachment Soon lo
Be In Operation.
ATHEXS. Oct. 13. A high court of
impeachment to try former prime
ministers, ministers and army chiefs j Kappa Gamma house.
of former King Constantino is expect
ed to be in operation at an early day.
It will be a notable series of trial of
those who have taken chief part in
the affairs of the Balkans during the
war. The presentation to parliament
of a white book showing that former
ministers had negotiated for the sur
render of the Greek fort, Rupel, to the
Bulgarians, Is a preliminary to this
high court, as the charge before the
court will be that Greek interests
were sacrificed by the former minis
tries to one of the enemies in the war.
It is very rare that a high court to
try ministries is thus constituted.
Provision for it is made by the con-
t stitution, which provides the court
shall be made up of twelve judges
drawn from the supreme and ap
pellate courts, together with members
of the chamber of deputies. Ademand
for the court is first formulated by
written petition from a certain number
of members of parliament, and it re
mains for parliament to order the
impeachment trials. The petition is
ready to be presented, as there is a
strong sentiment in parliament in fa
vor of dealing rigorously with the old
ministries, and there appears to be
little doubt the court will be ordered
and the trials under way at an'early
I CITY AND CAMPUS
Miss Louise Leake went to Dallas,
Tex., today, after spending the week
end with Sloane and Leake McCauley,
r students in the University.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Itodgers are
siting relatives at Paris.
Mrs. H. Eccles returned to her home
at Eldon this morning after spending
toe week-end with her son, Buell T.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Sunset Club was held yesterday in
the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium. The pro
gram consisted of music, songs and
short addresses. Prof. F. M. Tisdel
discussed the value of spiritual edu
cation to every student F. A. Dalton,
a Columbia merchant, gave a shortJ
talk after the luncheon. The Sunset
Club meets every Sunday afternoon.
The Athenaean Society will hold a
smoker in the society's room in Aca
demic Hall at 7 o'clock next Saturday
night. This will be the first of a
scries of smokers to be held during
Company B of the University Cadet
Corps will meet at 7:30 o'clock to
night at the Union Building. Plans
for athletic and social events will be
Mrs. H. P. Saunders, who came from
Hcrculaneum. Mo., Friday evening to
visit her daughter. Miss Thora Saun
ders. 1115 University, returned home
Miss Elizabeth Hudson of Higbee
spent the week-end in Columbia as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. O". Sncdeker
and daughter at 307 South Fifth
S. T. Banks of Eldorado Springs
has been visiting his mother, Mrs.
S. M. Banks and his sister at 415
Hitt street for the last -week. He will
return home tomorrow.
Mrs. C. J. Ernst and Miss Gertrude
Ernst left this afternoon for their
home In Omaha, Neb., after visiting
Mrs. M. F. Miller.
Emil Ronger of Chicago went to
Centralia today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Tyrrell left today
for St. Louis to live.
D. N. Hall arrived this afternoon
from Hallsville to enter Parker Me
morial Hospital, where he will be op
erated on for appendicitis.
Fred Thomasson left this alternoon
Mrs. W M. Burnctte, who has been ( for his home In SL Louis.
visiting here, returned to Montgom
ery L.ty this morning.
Miss Mamie Woodcock of Baltimore.
Md., left this morning after spending
we week-end with Miss Ma?y Lans
Mrs. H. S. Jacks left today for Mem
phis, Tenn., where she will visit her
brother. J. C. Washington.
Max Brill left this afternoon for SL
Louis on business.
Mrs. Thomas Lafon returned toaa
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wio.imnr hn have to her home In SL Louis after visit-
been visiting their daughter, Alice , ing Mrs. TV. B. Hale.
Wedmer. returned to SL Louis today. J. A. Freeman and Robert Stewart
Miss Gene Masden went to Full w ' went to Browns today on business,
today after spending the week-end , R. J. Kelly went to Centralia today
lth friends here. Miss Masden is a J on business. .
student of Synodical College. I Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Estes. Jr.-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kemper left this left this afternoon for their home In
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Saving your old Magazines
50c 100 pounds
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Phone 392. . Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
Ladies' Tailoring College
is so equipped that any woman
or eirl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira Bldg.
Star Taxi Cab Co.
DAY AND NIGHT
20c for one or two pas
sengers. 10c additional
for each passenger.
Country Trips Made
TRY OUR SERVICE
While up town visit
the Shootine Gallery
and Amusement Par
lor. More fun Jor 5
cents than in any other
place in town, and
more for your money.
Just above Broadway on 9th.
v W. T. JONES, Prop.
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Best equipped office and grinding plant in the county.
Dr. Virgil Blakemore,
Post-Graduate in Optometry. 302 Exchange Bank Bldg.