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THE EVEMIITQ MISSOUJlAM, EBnVaT,,OCTOBBB S6,.l17
The Drake Bulldogs arrived in Co
lumbia this morning, all physically
at ready to meet the Tigers tomor
rtir afternoon. Ralls of Drake, '09,
and '10, accompanied ;the steam in
oiace of Coach Hobbs, who was un
ble to come on account of illness.
According 10 acuug wacu -nana, uib
riim will average around 160
.! Missouri will tip the scales at
I5g according to Coach Shultes
statement today. Captain Ncel and
Halfback Irwin are the only old men
on the Drake team, the majority of
last year's squad being in the army.
Sprong, All-Valley center last year, is
In the army. He is well remembered
and known on Rollins Field since last
The Tigers are still suffering from
injuries received in the Ames game
of .last Saturday. Coach Schulte is
going to use several substitutes in
tomorrow's battle. Captain Hamilton.
Berry Viner and Marshall will not be
able to play, cacordlng to reports from
the Tiger mentor.
The probable line-up for tomorrow s
Stull le Slusher
Neel (Capt.) It Plerson, Ewing
Thomas Is Chittenden
nlte c Greenwood, Kolb
RIsher rg Klrkpatrlck
Amine rt Bass
Holllday re Schroeder
Irwin lh Edwards
Pell q Morris
Lamar f Rider
Reese rh Collins
The officials will be: referee, B.
C Quigley, St. Mary's; Umpire. Dr.
Riley. K. C. A. C.: head linesman, E.
f. Cochrane, sports editor of the
Kansas City Journal.
When the Tigers line, up against
Drake University Saturday afternoon
on Rollins Field, Missouri rooter? will
see a new Tiger team in action. Owing
to the long list of injured players, it
will be necessary for Coach Schulte
to use a number of second string men
to represent Missouri.
Captain Hamilton, Berry, Klrkpat
rlck and Viner will not be able to
face the Bulldogs and it is considered
1 doubtful whether or not Rider will be
able to play. Ewing will be used at
tackle, Chittenden and Pearson at
guard with Wolfson as first substitute
while Hungate and Mattlngly will be
given a chance to carry the ball.
All week the scrubs have been
scrimmaging with Coach Miller's
freshman team. The regulars have
Indulged only in light practice. Slush
er will be used to do the kicking
until the Tigers have accumulated a
safe lead then will be taken out and
saved for the game with Oklahoma on
November 3, when the Sooners play on
School Board were entertained last
night at a Hallowe'en' patty ' given Ty
the old teachers in the cafeteria of
the school building. Pumpkin tarts,
cider and apples were served. For
tunes were told and games were
played. J. R. Kirk won the prize for,
pinning the tail on the cat
The Sigma Chi fraternity will give
a dinner party Sunday for Miss
Katherine Dickey, Phil Gaylord and
P. D. Ridenour of Kansas City. They
will arrive tonight from Kansas City
to attend the Missouri-Drake football
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
entertained Miss Eva Johnston and
their patronesses with a knitting
party yesterday afternoon.
The supper-dance, an innovation in
Columbia, will make its first appear
ance in Columbia at the Daniel Boone
Tavern tomorrow night. The supper
dance will be held in the Mulberry
dining room Immediately after the
regular Saturday night assembly,
which is held in the Gothic ballroom
of the Tavern. Dancing will be in
the center of the room and the supper
tables will be grouped around the
dancers at the side. The chaperons
for the assembly dance and the supper-dance
which follows it will be
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sydney Stephens, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank L. Martin, R. B. Price,
Jr., Mrs. E.-D. Taylor, Mrs. Bella
Kirkbrlde, Miss Eva Johnsjon, Mrs.
Boyd Smith and Miss Elizabeth Ran-son.
STATE NEEDS CORN HUSKEBS
Draft Causes a Serious Shortage of
Labor la State.
"Shortage of farm labor during the
corn husking season is serious
throughout the state," said D. C.
Wood, chairman of the sub-committee
of farm labor of the State Council of
Defense, today. "Fanners are ac
customed to depend upon their
neighbors for help in husking corn
and they have done so this year In
spite of the fact that many fannere
have been drafted. The greatest dif
ficulty we are encountering just now
Is to get the farmer to use the free
employment agencies. There is a
labor committee on everyf County
Council of Defense through which any
farmer can obtain labor if he fills out
the application blank stating his
"Many calls are coming from Ne
braska for cornhuskers,"' continued
Mr. Wood, "and unless the fanners
get busy, the help which is needed in
Missouri may be taken by Nebraska."
Mr. Wood said that he was advised
of the appointment 'this month bf
William H. Young of Urbana, JU., as
supervisor of farm labor for Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois and Missouri by the
United States Department of Agriculture.
Yesterday's tare News
Ships, -Wheat aaf Bogs Needed.
Food Administrator .Hoover ,says
that if the United States discontinue!
exports, the German line will' more
from France to the -Atlantic sea
board. Ships, wheat and-iogs are the
great need emphasized by Mr. Hoover.
He says the production of fats is a
critical necessity and deep concern'
has been" caused by the facts that In
spite of high prices this country's
pork consumption has increased dur
ing the war' until production has
The Allies' deficiency In wheat pro
duction is 109,000",000 bushels, with im
ports or 57f,00r bushels required to
maintain normal consumption!
Near a Rebellion Isr InlmtiL
The whole of west'-Ireikn'tf Iron the
verge of an armed rebellion declare
a) correspondent of tife" Loudon Daily
Mall. The militant Shffl) FelheV artf
at the top of their stride and resent
the question of conscriptlont It' if
necessary to get the maftagemenf of
Irish affairs Into Irish-hands' a what
ever is done by English authority 1
misunderstood and1- resented.
Coal Sltakfoa lapertut-Lleutenant-Gbfdrnor
ley of Warrensburtr who las
been appointed1 fuel' administrator for
Missouri;' says' the' coal' situation is
next itf .importance tB the' f&od
question. He say fie intend to con
duct his campaign from three angles
first securing the coal, then the dfir
tribution and finally the conservation
Distribution will be equalized and co
operative economy used.)
Soclafist Society to Meet Tonight
The intercollegiate Socialist Society
will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
Room B at the Y. M. C. A. The sub
ject of tonight's meeting will be
"What Is Socialism?" The public is
High School Alasaal Lose.
Columbia High School won a prac
tice football game with the ajumnl
by a score of 14 to 0 at the' fair
Columbia merchants only, request
that you carry all small packages.
It means a saving to you. (adv)
Half a Caat a Wari a Day
ROOMS FOB BENT
FOB RENT Two rooms for rent at
Jilt Paqalo avenue. Hot water beat. No
otber roomers in house. Pbone 1294.
Blicfc . BC-37
FOB RENT J rooms at 9 and $10, for
men-. Btery convenience. 515 South 6th.
J FOB' BENT Two large living rooms.
AIM deeping- porch furnished for light
housekeeping: All modern conveniences.
Will rent reasonable: Corner Broadwar
and College. PhonC'Sn-Qreen or 855. M-35tf
APARTMENTS FOB BENT
FOB BENT Modem fix-room apart
ment, aleenlag Percy; private entrance;
newly paper; water and heat furntiked;
2tt block from- Broadway, one-half block
of, Wett Campua; Paoav S&O-BUck.
BOJiRD AND BOOlCff for- men. One
double room; (13; 3 double. SU each; one
doable (U);. on (Ingle, f Jefrerton Clnb,
ill Wans. J-llttf
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED OR 8TOLEN Two Jersey
calves. Information leading to their re
covery will be rewarded by owner, E. W.
LOST Turquoise ana pean pin, some
where between 1408 Rosemary lane and
east end of University avenne. Phone
1238-Black. Reward. F-tf
National Livestock Marks.
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, EAST ST.
LOUIS, 111., October 28. 1917. The live
stock market for today was follows:
IIos receipts S.OOO.
Mixed and butchers. $15 50S$16-50.
Rood heary. $16.40$16 60.
Cattle receipts 4,500.
Natlre beef steers, S$16.73.
Yearling steers and belters, S7HG.59.
Stockera and feeders, $6.5O0$1L5O.
Texas quarantine steers; $6,75910.50.
Prime Southern beef steers. 19012.75.
Beef cows and heifers, $6$10.
Prime yearlings steers and heifers, $7.50
Native calves. $3.75(3$ 15.50.
Sheep receipts 800.
Market. Steady. .
Cannera and Choppers, $3Q$S.50.
LOST A K. E. Slide rule, between Con
ley avenue and Schweitzer Hall. Liberal
reward for return. Phone 1127-Bed. W-39
Cleaning, Pressing and Repair-
ing all kinds of Suite at
special price of
$1 A SUIT
Called for and delivered
tl9 Broadway Phone lM-BIack
TOE our varies Mils. Maay war vacadea.
Missouri Teachers' Agency. KIrksvllte.
THACHWRS WAWrum n.t i.i
are reported every month In the year.
Mid-year graduates enroll now. Write
Tor blanrand booklet. Central Education
al Bureau, St. Louts Mo, W. J. Hawkins.
- T.IO. 0-10
FOB SUNDAY mNNKT....j
chickens at 20 cents nnnnri &KnnA
S69-Whlte. ' t.m
WANTED A furnished modern apart
ment np hnnnlnw h 1TnlHti. ,
for the winter and spring. Phone 477.
WANTED Student to wait on table. To
come at 11:30. C. care of Mlsiourlan. S-29tf
Paris Koad. J. L. Niertaaa 757-TrhIte.
' , M-ae
WANTED Errands for bicycle rider.
Joe Combs, pbone SOL
WANTED Clerical work in grocery:
clothing store or office. Experienced,
salesman. Baker, 1102-Oreen, 1230 to 2
p. m. B-38"
WANTED Furnace to Are once a day,
mornings. P. R. Phlpps. 343-Green, 10 to
11 a. m. P-38
WANTED Show-card writing by stu
dent. Clarence West, 1250-Black, 1 to
WANTED Accounting, bookkeeping and
B. Salkoff, 343-Green, 1 to 2 p. m. 8-38
WANTED Three furnaces to fire In
southwest yart of town. Bussel Scobee.
1442-WhIte, after 7 p. m. 8-38
WANTED Furnace to lire in vicinity of
WANTED Clerical or office work. W. H.
Kenner, 1201 Paquln. 515-Green, 1 to I
p. m. K-37
WANTED Furnace to lire or place to
work for board. E. T. Itschner, at Y. .MV
C. A., 12 to 1 or 1 to 4 p. m. I-J7
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION in 'Russian
language. J. M. Halpln, phone 863, 2 to
3 p. m. B-38
TYPEWRITING done resaonably and'
promptly. Telephone 876. Q-SS
WANTED A student wants to work for
his board. Is an experienced dish wash
er and waiter. Address X, care of Mis
WANTED-il. position as clerk for part
or all the time by young woman wttk
clerical exeprience. Telephone 876. Q-38
Let Holbom make your
" "We guaranfee to please
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Die Store of gmflaid Hdams
. NEW CRETONNES
of special interest to you is the belated arrival of
25 PIECE FANCY CRETONNES
for Shopping Bags and Side Drapes. Now on
display at prices most remarkable.
Ih Store cf Stondard HwchandlM-
The Ph.' Gamma fraternity will give
an' Informal dance at the chapter
House November 9. The chaperons
will be Dr. and Mrs. Dan O. Stino,
Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Curtis and Mrs.
Mrs. L. D. Ames, 208 Thilly avenue,
will entertain twenty children at a
party from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock Satur
day afternoon in honor of her daugh
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
gave a knitting party at the 'chapter
house yesterday afternoon for patron
ises and alumnae of .the sorority. A
musical program was given by Misses
Madeline Aull, Ruth Harris, Faye
Davis, Dorothy Worrell and Harriet
Bell. The decorations and refresh
ments were those of Hallowe'en.
Miss Dora Dulaney of Slater is a
week-end guest at the Kappa Alpha
ProL and ms. R. H. Baker enter
tained their dancing club last night at
their home, 1517 Ross avenue. Nine
couples were present.
The Phi Mu sorority will give a
dance at the sorority house November
3. The chaperons will be Mrs. Mabel
Griffith, Mrs. C. W. Furtney and Mrs.
Mrs. J. C. Joces entertained at a
small card party last night for Mrs.
P. B. Spaulding and her guest. Miss
Marian Wilbur of Bethlehem, Pa.
Miss Lena Hoberecht, 400 South
Fifth street, entertained last night at (
her home for the pledges of the Delta
Delta Delta sorority.
The Assembly Dance
Daniel Boone Tavern
There is something about a beautiful ballroom, like'the Gothic Hall at the
Tavern, and the perfect dance floor, that puts one in the mood for the dance
great gold candelabra chandeliers, old Gothic beamed Ceilings alia part of
the big room which resembles in tts decorations a picture tf some old Gothic
. The Phi Mu sorority announces the
Pledging of Miss Irma Campbell and,
MilS Ida Mnn Trailer hnth of TrentOn. 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baxter of I
Halifax, Nova Scotia, are guests of the
family of President A. Ross Hill
Mrs. Isldor Loeb Is planning a tea for
Mrs. Baxter to be given soon.
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
gave a dinner party Wednesday night
for Miss Virginia Wheat.
The Cosmopolitan Club will hold an
open meeting the Grst week in De
cember to bring the club into closer
touch with the students and the
faculty. Miss Nanie Bonham, chair
man of the Social committee has
charge of the plans. The meeting
will be held at the home of Prof- R
J. Kerner, adviser of the club. I
The new teachers at the Columbia
High School and members of the
A Columbia Orchestra-that has Jew equals in the state. Paul Jones will
return ta Columbia to beat the piano on 'Saturday night. "Duke" Teas
dale, "Rosy" Cook, Lloyd Thompson and all the others in the best assembly
Orchestra in years.
AN EXTRA HOUR OF DANCING
In the Mulberry Room after the assembly from II to 12. Special de luxe 1
suppers for twenty-jive cents a plate. J tits ts in line with the suppet dance
idea so popular in Kansas City and St. Louis last season.
RESERVATIONS FOR THE DANCE AND SUPPER TICK
ETS MAT BE HAD AT THE DESK IN THE TAVERN
Sale of Tickets to Supper Dance Limited to Patrons of the Tavern Assembly.)
The Daniel Boone Tavern
F. JF. LEONARD, Manager '
Correct Shoes For
Walking and Street Wear
Boots are not
able, but look
well on ,thc'
You should see
Cherry Red, Tans, Dark Browns,
Blacks and Gun Metals
also take a glimpes at our
T' Sport Shoes.
"Broadway's White Front Boot Shop" .
Tonight and Saturday
Olive Thomas, Star of Ziegfield Follies
In The Drama
The exciting escapades of a vivacious school girl in
Palm Beach society, who wins the man 6i her
choice and incidentally saves her father from ruin.
His Bitter Fate
Matinee Dally at 3 P. M.