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title: 'The Evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1917-1920, November 26, 1917, Page Page Five, Image 5',
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THE EYEXING MISSOURIAJT, MOXDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1917.
Th members of Miss Helen Wil-
ii.mjeddlng party will be guests
IIH" j..n n tho. Siirina Phi
dinner given at the Sigma Chi
Use tonight by Duke X. Parry. The
.-.chrysanthemums, palms and
ferns W'OS oankcd on ,,lie mantIe ano"
lite replace. A silver basket of
Russell roses will form a center piece
...around dining table, two small-
SV w wkets of the tame roses being
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u(rt at w" "" "' "" "-"- "
jrt and mantle will be decorated in
!s and ferns and hanging vines.
JtTguests will be Miss Frances Mitch
n Miss Margaret Foque, Miss Martha
nuton Miss Juliet Bowling, Miss
tniliaxw, and I R. Rucker. Ralph
nodson Gene Settles, demons McXa
araand Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mar
tin. The University Men's Sunday School
classes of the Broadway Methodist
Chnrch entertained the University
Somen's classes with a wiener Toast
Eear Rollins Spring Saturday night.
About seventy-five persons attended.
Buns, marshmallows, wieners and
pickles were served.
Mrs. I D- Snobe entertalned Ue
memliers of her Sunday School class
and the Bethany Circle at her home
on Hifkscn avenue Saturday after
noon. ' Miss Ruth Mayo and Miss Agnes
Smith of Stephens College were the
dinner guests of Miss Pauline Mc
Campbell at Christian College yester
day. Miss Rowena Dunn was the dinner
guest yesterday of Miss Helen Harvey
t Christian College.
Misses Reta Ross, Helen Jenkins
mi Maria Bailey were dinner guests
it the Phi Gamma Delta .house yes
Jliss Lena Hillax of Christian Col
lie was a dinner guest at the rni
)a house yesterday.
Miss Irma Tebbin of St. Louis, a
itndent in the University last year,
will arrive tomorrow to be the guest
of Jliss Cecilia Haskin at the Alpha
i mi nousc.
The following fraternities will give
line" parties at the Tuesday night
performance of "The College Widow"
it the Hall Theater: Beta Theta
R, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Pappa
Psi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Xu and Phi
Miss Mildred Barr and Mi3s Geneva
Davis were week-end guests at the Phi
Mu house. The sorority gave a din
ner party for them yesterday.
Mrs. George Colburn of Harrison
nlle will arrive this "afternoon to be
lie guest of Mrs. S. M. Banks and
daughter. Jliss Lillian Banks, 415 Hitt
street Mrs. Colburn was formerly
Miss Nannie Chinn, a student at Chris
Mrs. P. H. Ross entertained inform
ally Saturday afternoon in honor of
ier guest, Miss Winifred Draper of
Miss Mary Lee Bywaters, a stu
dent at Howard-Payne College, was
a weak-end guest of Miss Margaret
Hocker at the Phi Mu house.
; Thn ci no Alnhg Tensilon fratprnltv
gave a dinner party yesterday for
Misses Bettina Terry and AiDerta L.y
dick of Sedalia, Mary Williams of
Springfield, Frances Hoose cl Kan
sas City, Lois L-scke and Mildred
Bartlett and Fleming Pendleton.
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
held initiation yesterday afternoon
for Misses Faye Davis, Garnette In
galsfce, Julia McDonald and Aileen
Dinner guests at the Phi Kappa Psi
house yesterday were: Misses Mary
Lee, Frances Gray, Josephine Newell
and Mary Wilson.
Miss Mary Lansing will give a knit
ting party this afternoon at her home,
300 College avenue, for her guests,
Miss Elizabeth Harris of Kansas City
and Miss Pauline Jones of Manhat
The Beta Theta Pi fraternity gave
dinner party yesterday for Mrs. I
Kicnard C. Menefee of Kansas City,
Mrs. Weldon Cotton of Shelbina, Miss
Alma Cotton and Miss Vltula Van
Miss Wilmette Hupp of Slater and
Wesley Johnson of Odessa were mar
ried Saturday afternoon, November
17, at the home of the bride In Slater.
Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of Steph
ens College, whore she received de-
Pees in music and in the literary
Worse. After December 1. the couple
ffl make their home in Odessa.
. Prof, and Mrs. Samuel D. Gromer,
H03 Kelser avenue, will be at home
knight to a number of their friends.
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity en
tertained Miss Ada Mae JSlder. Miss
frothy Worrell and Adalyn Faris at
Coach H. F. Schulte is planning to
8ive the Tigers only light workouts
'n the few remaining days before the
Kausas game. He is taking no
'nances on further injury to any of
hl men by having them in scrimmage.
Signal practice every afternoon and
blackboard talks each evening are
tfle coach's plans. I
The cloudy weather and general
rainy appearance of today has caused
no joy In the Tiger camp. With a
knowledge that they are outweighed
several pounds to the man, the Tigers
are not anxious to give the Jayhawk
ers the extra advantage of a muddy
field. The ol(saying that if it rains
on Monday it"Tvill rain three days in
the week is causing the. Tigers to try
to lose their faith in proverbs. How
ever, a general air of determination
is apparent in the Tiger camp the
same attitude that always causes the
Turkey Day battle to be so bitterly
Bass and Sehroedcr Will Sot Plaj.
The injured regulars are slowly
coming back into shape, and all, with
the exception of Bass and Schroeder,
will be ready for the game. Rider's
carbuncle is well, and with Viner's
ankle healing in good shape, the back
field will be able to start against
Kansas intact. In the line Bass'
place will be hardest to fill. His
place will be taken by Chittenden,
who has been playing guard, and In
his guard position will be Tom Berry.
Urie will be at the other tackle, with
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Kirkpatrick at guard. Captain Ham
ilton will play center.
Tiger line Will ATerajre About 170.
These'flye men, who will make up
the center of the line, will average
barely 170 pounds, but each is a
fighter of known quality. Kansas
gains through that section will come,
if at all, only after a hard fight.
Sajs Kansas Will
Ue Jlany Substitutes.
Here's what a writer in the Daily
Kansan says about the Kansas team
in connection with the struggle here
TheN Jayhawker forces are fast
rounding into form for the final clash
of the. season with the Tigers on
Rollins Field at Columbia Thanksgiv
ing Day. The Jayhawker regulars got
into action Wednesday for the first
time since the battle with the Corn
huskers last Saturday. A practice has
been held every afternoon, however,
but Coach Jay Bond has been work
ing out his strong substitutes. In
the scrimmages the last two nights
the second string, ployers have been
smashing through the strong fresh-
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man line more successfully than the
regulars did a couple of weeks ago.
,Cpach Bond anticipates using a
large number of substitutes in the
clash with the Tigers providing the
Jayhawker machine succeeds in pil
ing up a substantial lead in the first
part of the game. Football critics,
who watched the second string back
field work out against the freshmen
who were using Tiger formations yes
terday, believe the players were prac
tically as good as the regular back
field men. N
The substitute backfield which the
Kansas mentor has been using is com
posed of Marquisv 135-pound quarter
who is fast and heady; Idol and Bunn,
left halfbacks; Casey, right halfback
and Simons, fullback. All of these
players showed up exceptionally, and
will likely get into the battle at Co-
Winter the best
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Eagle ass. 41.90Laredo 41.45
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lumbja'iat least for a lew minutes.
The gooa showing- of the second
string players is partly accounted for
by the fact they were using formations
which have been prepared for the spe
cial benefit of the 'Tiger aggregation.
When the regular Jayhawker machine
puts the special formations into action
Coach Bond believes the Tiger ma
chine will have to have a mighty
Kopu aeiensa 10 resist the attack.
Mandeville, the promising open i
iiem runner or the Jayhawker eleven,
is "still out of the scrimmages with
the ankle- which he sprained in the
Oklahoma game, but it is possible he
Will get into the scrimmni'B tnmn...
Dennis, who was. also kept out of the'
VaKfooIhi -a v v 1-1. - - .
...vu.aono. same wuii a sprained ankle,
limbered up on the track yesterday.
All the other memfcers of the squad
are in fighting trim and anxious for
TO THE CONTRIBUTORS OF THE Y. M. C. A.
WAR RELIEF FUND
Some few have not yet paid their pledges to the treasurer, W. A.
Briht, at the Trust Company. As the Committee have been called
upon for their report and the turning over of the entire fund .to the
State Campaign Manager, it is essential that these pledges be paid at
once. Will you please pay your contribution Monday, November
26, and greatly oblige
E. W. STEPHENS, Chairmaa
N. D. EVANS, Campaign Manager
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