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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1920
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r Sm. COLUMBIA
published everv evening except Sun
day by the Jlissouriati Publishinf As-
oeiation,.Inc, Jay 1L Jxeff Hall, Colum
AtFONSO JOHNSON, Mancoi
Gty: Week, 10 eents; sinjle enpie,
Df nail in Boone County: Yeir,
1123; 6 roojths, Jl.Ti; 3 m.inihv. 90
crnli; month, 35 tents.
Outside the county: Year. $1.50: .1
Wmlis, I1.2S; month, 45 cents. Tay,
able, in advance.
Member Audit Bureau of Circulations
Filtered as scound-clis rJtfil matter.
Acceptance fur mailing at special rate
of rlaae j.tovided for in Section 1103,
Art uf October 3, 1J17, aulhurued Sep
tember 26, 1918.
Decisions ue postponed unduly loot;
vet the fault is not that of the judges;
it is the fault of the system. Litigants
prefer and are entitled 'to hare the jud
ge themselves pass on their eases and
it should be written in the constitution
that the court shall consist of a suffici
ent number of members to hear and ilis
pose of its buuiiKi promptly.
On Amendment No. 10, Tote YES.
Aevv , 274
Admitting and Circulation S5
. A.VEXHMEXT SO. t
Amendment No. 9 provides for a bond
issue of 11,000000 for the purpo-e of
creating a wldiers' settlement fund.
It savs in part: "The object of this
amendment is, in recognition of military
-ertice, to provide emplojment and rural
liomes for soldiers, sailors and marines,
and others who lure served with the
armed forces of the United State in the
European war or other wars of the Unit
ed States, Including former American
cilirens who served in allied armies
against the central powers and. who
hare been honorably discharged.
"The proceeds i.f said sale or sale
shall constitute a fund to be designated
as the soldiers settlement fund and shall
be used exclusively as a rcvolvine fund
by the soldier settlement hoard or de
partment for such a period of lime at it
may designate, and for such projects as
are approve.! b) the governor, and re-
inmilions upon the soldiers settlement
THE I.nfilTiflE OF FEET
We talk of the language of flowers
ind the language of gems as if the good,
bad, liapp) or evil omens attached to
tliem Would inevitably come true. Some
ofihe meaning come down to us as leg-
emu i, ana whether we tie scholars. vl
enlists or what not, each has a bit of
Hind faith in the superstitious meanings
of thre inanimate things.
These are the languages with which
fcc are mos -fJmihar but how many cf
us observe and translate the languate.
f feet? The face is expressive.
Well, so are the feet. If the face can
be said to register our every thought or
feeling, so can our feet, 'hie feet are
the outward expressions of what is piss
ing Jn the brain.
Watch the person with whom you are
talking. He is sealed with his feet
crossed and jou lalL at length. Say
something which pleases or flatters lu'm.
The toes i.f the foot poised in air be.
gin a gradual ri-ing movement, fre
quently they draw an laiaginarv ejni
cinle in the air. Sa something ihxt
irritate, him and v.al.1, the nervous T, riwnl''r F.ootbjl,-" ,
... , , , , ' " r""r doesnt male much difference
snaLing ..r tbe f,.t from tI. )t, Mi how raueli of a football rooter vou are.
-ns unpiaani umupM n.U Iii4 ivt . " " ""' jnu arr Mtui the hue
1 tin- floor .r ratios, it t.t Juhiur the
er than scooping up the cal and running
willTif. He admits that he latifiM llils
hitmelf at one time but Tate tt up be
cause it meant injured plater and de
feat to ... team. TricV pU) that are
food once a eaon lie describes a often
a wateof enerp), am! a-ert Miat a team
to win mutt hae a few pla perfwteil
down to tltr finest point. Hraln and
mental ability of earli plaer to adapt
himself to the occasion arising in each
play, along iih pMl pneraUhip and
ctraleiu on the part of thA nuarterbarL
are tonv of the xluef factors, uf sucrest
in football, accordmn to llu au'llmr. He
nut nartirular ntreu on the irainnif d
the quarter a a Held general and de nen
I he a.uraptiou that a coarhrati,hae any
uccc- in tning to direct the team dur
ing a contest from le sideline.
.Practically every phae ul the uvinai-
ins sport U disoused by Mr. Ilopcr. One
of Ilia mot interesting chaplrr ronccrns
the handling of tlie trtim on the day id
a big came. What does a fitach say to
the team betueen hahes, if ihey are los
ing or winning? Mr. I.oprr ha one
decided eiS o the f-uhjecj and hat he
j affords interesting reading.
Oddly enougli, another must inlfrept
ing chapter one that in ro..l writer
lands vould be an uninspiring pubject
is on thi question of schMulf. Mr. Kop.
er rhoH how thH matter of a (schedule
and the M-called prariice games become
an important factor in winning games.
Mr. Hoper lu nut mlv written auiltr-
ttativrty on the quelin of fiMttball but
.nuch of it be lia treated in a popular
a and all of it in an entertaining man
,er. One eail grts tlie iilra that be i
is fmishnl a writer a be Vftball pla
r and coaclu
(Dodd, Mead & Cu, New Y.rL; tloth,
Ihe parTora of'tlie Methodist Church Wed!
Miss Leona Hotfman has returned to
home, in Illinois alter an extended vi'it
with friends and relatives neap Cajilra-lia.
JThe furnace s)siem for the grade and
mih seliools has 1kcii telaireil lltUr
lias been caused by lle failure uf rejiairs
A graduate of Bryn Miwr and a girl
from Wellesley err silting on a slile
that led into the wooded patnrrs near
Providence road, drinking n the moon
light anil marveling aflhe loveliness of
the world when all her scars are blurred
and losi m the soft enchantment of
night. A car broke tlie silence. Two
boss called out. Hello, lijs! j,r- Inj vj .Jui faUm wU were1
Wlut a pity that two women, lieeau-e necenll) uurried, rerennl a gift sliowcrj
the) are women. eairnot break from tlie
uncontrntional without leajnu ihe im
pression tliat they are seeking whooi
llitv may devour. Fvil altnliute nothing
hut evil to the purest, of motives
at the Ihium of Mr, and Mis. Anvml
Mrs. Claude Hulen is rapldlv recover.
ing from an operation for thrrcmoal of
a bone from her left arnfv
.Mfss KjiTirvn Journey, an insirwlor in
the Cruiralia High .Sld. snt the
mv-k-end visiliug relatiie iiislvaiisas
"For ilie (.'ami' Sake."
.,,.,, i uwrence reiT, sjioii njiun ,, ,ov
lon.t 'liall bear the governors approval. I Vew York Evening Post, is one of the
best critics and authorities of ameleur
poru-ittlhis countryIt addition lie is
i vivid writer, and Ids pen lias done mmh
UN latest work i- ror tlie l.ames
alter wimh this fund with its accrued
earnings, shall be returned to the "gen
eral revenue fund of the slate."
This amendment is an attempt to com
pensate the men who lave served in the i ",aLr" lla 'l,'r'1 "f. '" f0'' l' N'r!"-
irmU ,.f ik. it.-, i c n. ' . - 'he v lime toniains six snon su.ries.
armies nt the Uniteuv Sla es. Tlia I jr -w .. t , , v .i n
"- ' lie i of them i- complete. rnotlull.
lature and the governor are. given brna.l i, a. bline. lowing, polo, ba-chall and
power in forking out the derjiU. If i, I 'ennis ire takfn ui. lie ilescnlies lhee
not a loss but an investment for litirens
On Amendment No. 9, vote YES.
THE NEW BOOKS
toe downward in an emplatic stroke.
When he rises to go an3 'something
aappens which causes embarrassment he
balances en one foot tilting the other on
the end of the toes.
We tell others of our ambitions or of
our lives by our walk. The qnick elav
tic walk with a snap in it tells only of
youth, in thought at least, energv, am
bition and snihutiiMn. The slow de-l
liberate stride tells of a deliberate mind,
slow but sure to art The loitering,
trolling walk speaks of jouth and
dreamy loe. thoughts. The shuffling,
plodding walk speaks of nothing. We
turn away in disgust. It means lack of
ambition, loss of energyvand absence of
ideals or goals.
So we go on through life registering
our thoughts with our feet. We ate
speaking of our ambitions when we are
least awaTe, of it. As surely as the
light skipping feet speak of 'childhood
nd the treinhhiig halting mep of old
age, y surely does the Inching, patting
and turning of our feet tell our deepest
secrets. And as surely a. tlie trembling
halting step of old age tells of feebleness.
r-oinls of this modern collegiate porr-
ttilliam tt. Iloper's delightful book.
winning football, will interest ywi
iust tbe same. If you are, or have been
on "old Cuard," so much the better. You
will enjoy the more bis eipert treatment
of methods of coaching, stile of play and
riner tnings ol a similar nature connect,
rd with the snort. On ih ..il.,r !,,.!
these subjects and the. more general
phases of the sport, such as its basic
principles its aims, its development of
spirit and ehararter. are treated in such
an absorbing manner as to carry a wide
Here in this community we liave a
personal interest in Mr. Koper. Evrn at
the present time no discussion of the
prowess of Missouri football teams is con
vine niinour some mention ot IMP
Itoper. For tlie benefit of the few. nrae.
tically all hue-comers it was Mr. Koper
fcho came to the Universit) from the East
in 1909 and put Missouri again on the
lootbali man. He produced a chamnion.
I ship team that year. And Mimri has
been winning its full share of football
honors since that date. Mr. Hoper,now
coach at Princeton University, U prob
sbly as able a coach as there is in tlw
country.' At least tbe East rates Iiim so
What he says about football ami hnv.
winning teams are developed are ihe
views of one of long experience anil
study. Few players, individual games or
I schools are mentioned, but he does cite
one memorable instance in the Mi.ouri'
Kansas game of 1909 winch many Colum
bians will remember.
iiuliw.r gamrs mi iliat you see yourself
in the i.l lines or better yet, in some
c3ms pla)in the gam. with your heart
in tin- lsdy of ihe man wlio is iruggliug
to win for his ciswd or his team. One
finds himself trying to solve the tilings
that ertlev the player ami when they
tuie lieeti Milled Inith 111 the mind of
he reatler and then on firry writleji
page, there comes a rrlief jnd a keen
ippreciallou of tlie game tilavcd clean.
Hut the Imok docs not deal entirely t
Aith the bailies on the field or the water
it takes up the problems id the plums
heart and soul. For example, f1ie
spoiled Boy" tells liow one foollnll
player found himself, how he stopped
playing football for his own sake and
tarted trying to win fur his college.
Throughout the book is refreshing.
tuurir rniiiners :sons film avenue
We were looking at an urn shaied
elm whose Grecian lines moved us to
appreciation wlien the woman who Iiad
seen the war spoke. "Trees, ami women,
and children thet could not light hack.
I can never forgiie ihe Germans for! Mr. Claude K. Ilulf las rnurncd from
killing ihe irer. It wis iuh unfair I ''.' '" '' " m '
adianlage. Trees do liny mean anv telaliirs. "
.1 C t .1 ... I '
uung 10 vou .-son- oi me lolejie-t , n r. . i c .
i, i i ,i , esi P.runn of Centralu died Silur-
r.r . u, ..... ,.a.r n-,,.,lfil- Funeral vni..-s were
trees, f,.....t.i,.i .V.i.ti ..'. I".- I c.....l. ,fir
II U.. 1.1 II IV4 Vl 'S. ! flX lb 'IIISUI J .
In the Columbia. .Mi-ouri. Stale.man of IHH)11 jni),c I!aptiuCliunh.
February 10, 1871, appears the storv of! '.
a inusi.al pnohg). Mis Ella Johnson of i Miss lima immeriuaji, a sttnlrnt in)
fjlinhurg. ISrund) (j.unl), an inielligiut I the Cniiersil) of V!'""ri. 's,nl the
young lad) of 16. ami daughter of Dr. ' week-end with her iarenls here;. ' i
r. G. Johnson near thai place. i onei n-i i.r" iTi t i I
r ,l....,i. ..... r - , .,J The Kev. Herman II. Uieteou uf Ihe
ol Ihe "toaster piano erloriners of thi1 ,, .. ,. . . . , ,, . ,. I
w- . ,, . .. , ,' lelhodil (Jitirch was In Mexico vlnnc
VtesL ImssiiIcs performing manv olhert i -
diflicull musical feats, she pIa),-Fishers -' J
11 :- - .-.1. i - ,L V. . . ,.. .J .. . .
iiuuimi- nii mi riRiii iiami Jim, .Miss i ucille inmons, assiJam itonics
I "Yankee l).HKlle" with her 'left, both at , tie science instructor, at Hardin illege.'
once to ierfertioiL" viiieil her father, the Kcvs-cend Simmons j
llial is cerlainli a slra:md idea ,.f of lhi.cil over Sundav. Is. Nniinoqs,
perfection. And what indee.1. is an'" "" a" rxlend.-il in't lo ihe .ulliern
aceomplishmeni'' It serves cither, a ,,ari "' ''"" U"'1"1 Stales.
uhhtarian or an neslhelie nil th
.j .i ii i- u ,. .i Jirs. Jehu w, :
not.' And could this Vrfct d.ord anj Tub ,j ,
server nlher end? yurllurmore. the
music of the makers i. js.i spoken of as Tbe Centralu llittli Sliool lu-kellia!!
Ix-laliNreil feats. It is t,r iniiic ihat team held the ttelUville tram to A lie'
flows from the finger lips, dripping like 'Saturday afternoon.
ler from ihe keys that , callus or ft "
ruiics us. ' 'r8- Tt,m Carter ts,sriuudv ill at,lhis
r-ii . ' -' .. I writing. " '-t
Jim hlla may haie.bern inlrlljguit. '
and -he may even have, Item voung at Mrs. It. L W ilmot of Gilh lie. WyU, is
15, bu accomplished ? We are more visiting friend and relatives here,
char) of distinction amougswurds, - t
John ... vict.raw is uiiiiiiig to move
lo bis property T in Colorjd.i. Mr, Mc-'.
I. raw was mail tarrier on loiite lirtir scvl
'" Qualify Stores-Costs No More
A Little Grocery News
Mrs. Jehu W, fsevtnd was ill Mon.lav
I his week.
book. a ilig. a walking sliik.
Tlie income from a fat goldhrick.
Can an) man want m.,re.tljan these
To live a life of perfect eae?
A flower, a biriL a winking star.
A winding r.sad that leads afar.
What more of singled sky ;,od
Ivceds man to lift him up. U (1?
smile, a ilimnle. stravinz ourl.
The handcla-p id a generous girl.i
) "m want more than Ibis
eial years before he-moved lu Farliof in
'1917. , , '
Miss Afailline lliliey of Kjiisj-. Cuv
is visitum ber cousin, Mildred Karly. !
i Kvereit Cilmore left I.Hby for Fa)clte
I lo visit his briMher and siter.
Mr. and .Mrs. fl F iloiT ,.. ...7...
-,.' ..o,ic-, 9 .-.os i-iiiii airnue.. . - - " i'.c.ji-
at Forl)-eight street, iN'ew ork; cloilu ''"? ' '"' fo' "x new l.dnie in Jlli.
oois. .,ir. uwi uas rieen minager.nl the
....u,,, onm vompanv oi tins eitv.
Mrs. rffie Dolby of Gillette. W)o. is
visiting friends and relatives here. Mis
IMby sa,9 her health lus improve.)
-ince ne went West.
Yotinc' llrrnouslrallonifiir Wontiil,
All. so it seems a stolen Lie! IE, T. ' Mi Alice Canlwell. 1215 Hudson
The WAVFACte. Javenue, will give a demonstration ivl vpl
,i ine for tlie Women who live on Htolson.
,, ... t i siuege an.i v irginia avenues ai a o.ciis-1.
CENTRAIJA NOTES' "' f iom..rr..w af.enln. Mr. il 5. CHWie
-v ...... m J .. w.... .... .V I
ami .iirji w. .. niuiams win lie rnc
This certainly isf the kind o weather that
makes a- man's rheumatism come out likela
morning-after headache. It's the kind that
makes a man want something that warm
him through and through without having,
to shake down ihe furnace every five mjiH
,ilc. RICHELIEU coffee is that, thing,
One cup of it sort o' discourages that mom?
ing grouch and a second cup dispels it so
far that a dollar wouldn't send it a po'sj
eard. Jl's the kind of cof fr&that will make
you low your wife more. Take her home
,t pound today. It sell fronf !0e to .C0c n,
'a m.in'-s uoa m lli.il lie cm "t lunlU wait
for the third st.u-k to i ottie o.i. 1'jnc.ike
1 flour,1, great -tuff and it i, tMs lo handle
loo. Get next l lite lie-t M.ttk ot takes you
Which reminds us lliut prohihition
hasn't advanced the price of raisins hut
little. Wc have some finej-ones that will
make dandy pie. The food" value of rais.
inss large and they make a good substitute
for candy for lite children. Next time you
buy-some of our candy, take home some rais
ins. They will make an excellent excuse
forour not getting home Willi the candy.
(Jucer world, isn't it? -Mayor McSwin-
ey of Cork is dead from refusing a hit?, J
while the King of Greece is dead from oiuj
bite too many. f
That's sfUT.il things off our mind, but
there are tine or lu, others that we want to
Mel go off before the mail nun comes bring
ing in the monthly lulls. e want lo in
Irodute ihe Glasgow. I., GI.OIII V
'again. You kimu (doit.m.i i, ottr flour,
and a mighty fine flour it is. ton. Ji m-i
i the el.iHi lo behig good flnu'r Imimusi' it is
milled Irom Missouri ulitstt that is grown
on the f,i-od old hills of Missouri. h set
Tt plate of light biscuits ol lighl mils nude
,pf GLOUIAXA on the table .mil watch the
Jvithires. SaV it's wonderful ihe way those
foils1 disappear. Uteres something about
.iLORIAJJi'V that eiuhles a wiuiuii lt get
Jliat flavor that i ihe ambition of eery
jjioiisrwifo. It's ihe flour with the lielter
olaor. The price i- mighty reasonable, Iimi.
U' rop .trounil and ee in mo-l aintitne.
r phone your order lo 170. - W,U JUe
That isn't half o ueer though as lher
way tome men rave about the way that
mother used to cook. Whv. bless vour
soul, wifey could do'jusras well todayiifc
- Get ;ie(iuiuted with lite Richelieu brand
of groierie The help make -a good cook
ji Ih'ller one.' .
Riihelieu products arc made to please.
they'd take home the proper brand of grV i''' "ey didii'l jou can lie pretty sure we
cenes. If they only knew it, there s noth; ,J?0U'"" ' i)c 5trryig .them. There s a
in' in the world lieats a stack of cakes in
the morning piping hot, why there ain't a jf1 Richelieu tratle mark, too. It doesn't
spot Ju a man's body ihat they don't, hit..
Rtitter and i;yrup just ooing. frpm bctweerl'
them while the odor from, 'cm just iantalizey
mighty wide range in what ou can gel with
nuke any' difference what kind of jjroeer-
!ies you hajf been using before we'll stake
1jur money on. Rithelieu's ability to please.
P North 9th Street
' Phone 179
Hose Maeaula)s nrw novel Totter
ism" needs no paeans of praie. ou
have only lo read the hook.
Pollerism what is it? rlhitr Cid
eon in his eternal struggle against this
force, expresses ils..jneauing from the
very depth of his'belief:
"Going for things for wlutt they'll
bring vou, what the) lead lo, instead
of for ihe thing in itself. Artists care
xor the thing in itself; I'ollerim regard
things as railway trains ala)s going
somewhere, gelling somewhere. Artists,
students, and the religious they have
ihe single eye. It's the opposite lo the
commercial out look, rli-ts will look
at a little- fishing town or country vil
lage, anil lind
a jo) forever
C E. Sellers, who has recently under-1
gone a serious operation, fs'rfrnveringl
i ne property gi inc. Utiut i. jm-
merman lus been old to RuJi Darlielsl
who liies south of town. Mr. Zirmnersun I "
had one of the bet rcsidencefeiir Centra-j
I:. Mr 7,..r ..r. f iSfn -..- 1
..- .it, umuniwi , imiui .III rtTllJin I
in Centralia nntd afterjijioij Is .Jji, in '
me spring. kt
Tlie senior tfrlass of thr Cnlfil. ln4.
; it a thing of beauty andjfshool entertained ihe-jiimor elas at a
and leave il to ielf tin Ilalloueen mm M..n.li. ..nt... Tl..,
is. ine) )iei.i lo ihe iioil ainl iViint it were games, pranks, and refreshments.
or write about it. t'otterites will ex. -;
ploit it. cromerciah. il, bring ihe rail r- f- '- Austin is spending a few
'a) to it aud the thing is spoilt. (Ih, 'J", in St.'lllk
tl.A l...t,Brl. . .1 1l ...L. I . '
.... u..i.r Rri lone an rigir, con-' ti.. r. ..I i I
found ihem. Tl,ev-re ih, ror,. .., TLwFl"'ur'1' ' gave a party lr
the wnrhL They -ihev have their re-
The editor wlio advocateil forest con
servation .so that after election ihe de
feated party could take to the timber,
certainly was thoughtful.
AMENDMENT NO. 10
That sea NI!-
svltri (Ifki4 V tna 19 (n fm in L'anc t j I tbSril.
the slow, ploilding step speaks. sf faith aty. Mr. Itoper sa) in Lis hook that I The: tmin I'otleriles of the storyrel
olten without liope. We may be sure'"1"' ' no irresistihle play in lootball Air. t'otler, who runs a series of cheap
our feet will find us out, anymore tnan Uiere is in etiess, nut tliat newspaprt. tliat pander' to Ihe sliallow.
oi an oi ine puys inai ever nave neen ine credulous weak in Ilie intelligence.'
iried. one, at drive off tackle, comes near- conventional, emotional sensitive, melo-'
er to being certain in gaining a short dis-1 dramatic, ignorant and narrow among the
ance llian any other yet devised. As au reading puUc; and his wife does the
In 1909 Missouri defeated Kansas 12 ,,rr ,, Mliling , ,. lr)U Y(id I
to f, in Kansas. City; M.sur.s score Janp alH, Joh p ,
repre-enteil two field goals and one touch-1 . . , ...., . ,,
j l. i .i i sent Ilie wiiole mun.fleil. sentimental, t
down, which was made on tlie only occa-1. .,..,. . , ,., , ;"'"""
, ,,- -,i- iii . unthinking mes ir which iheir rurenls '
non when Missouri got wilhio s-calleil ' , , . l"'"j
. ...,. . I... . ., , ,. v. . . ,. are sucn anient exvnrnts anil Jane at ,
Under the amendment of 18W, ll.e ,, recn,cring a blocked kick. Mi '""' ahlioupli greedy and an egotist.!
Supreme Court of Missouri consisted of isouri scored this touchdown on the fourth , "f" 'lfe. '", a '"'' l''l"l "v -Jane. J
n tnd, Th, ,. m.i lwn with three yards to go by rolhng,fIr baine,J. hard.calm,slraighi ihink ,
ven judges. The court was dtndedl phy J ;,, fIie hBg anJ cynicai.
into two divisions oue consisting of mtnlura gained by J he play carried the) "Potlersim makes fun of in all, even1
three and the other of four judges. Di 'runner at least five yards be)ond the i "hen we think we luve escaped the'
. n .... !" ioa! line. I instance, this case because , scourge. We're all Potteriies at heart i
,..,00 One was given jurihct.n hrQll!ho1 he sliown'even Jane' and Gideon are guilty of lei-!
all civil cases and Division Two the ej.ja defense superior lo Missouri's attack.) ting sentimenlaht) ercc in once. I
elusive cognizance of all criminal cases lani' oulweighed the MbsouTi team by J Tlie love story of these tun is a
nearly twenty pounas to trie man. ii (.strange one an.l il interest-compelling
only one of many cases in which anal- grip J,;,,, , on , ,iie moil unu,Ilai j
tack certainly not superior to me rl' I entlinp.
.letense lias managea. try me. use oi i...s, ,,. 1Wll ., tnn rlhlaralin(L ,,, .
simple play, to gain a short but vital dis-, .,nl.in.1 ,. . . .
lance which almost any other means of
advance would probably liave- failed lo
Amendment N'o. 10, proposing that the
Supreme Court shall consist of nine
judges and the court be divided into
three divisions is designed to facilitate
the work of the court. The fact tliat
ttL that Diriioa To
the three division, shall sit separatel) ' Rofier nulf , Mml deItnce ot
lot the hearing and disposition of cases, tbe new st)le of football the open play
and wallers nertaining lo each and shall , n"'l the old time beef and mass
. 'formation. He Is a strong advocate id
hare cooenrrent junsibctjon over alll ,orwJn, pa , y a ground
matters In. tbe Supreme Court, excepting 'gainer but more patlkulatly as a means
shall de.1 with all rf ,,i3''n ' J'P" "a ,n1 YT
(Ine It mMa;nsr 111 ntOrkft nUHV Ol Hit
criminal mailers is proof that the new i)!( l0Pori f coaches. One or tliese
srungeraenf will increase the efficienc) .is ilw practice, still adhered lo by many
nf the court. The courts are now behind
their docket from four to fire years.
nrrsent-dav nntors. of teaching players
to fall on the ball and demanding that
this shall always be done in a game rath-
Iiant almost, and there is as the pub
nuers say a hnish about ihe whole
novel that is delightful and a keen
bright blade of unsparing perception I
which" gires a relish to every page."
(Don! & Liverighl. New York: cloth:
Women to Hear About Amendments.
A meeting of women residing or? Hose
mary lane, Wilson avenue. Itos &u
chrlle anil Lee streets will be Iield at
the residence! Mrs J. .N. flefcher. 1315
jTltlson avenue at 2:30 o'clock Saturday.
V. s. tlall will speak on the constitutional
amendments. There will be a demon
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"Bill' Roner's Rook. "Winninj: Football
Modern Foofball, A Battle oftWi.K
Tlie SpirittRehind The Team.
Tlie Roukina'irf Earlv Season Practice.
4. EviJiy ilaij In Every Play. ,
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Tlie coach tliat made a record with the Princeton Tigers,
the coach that de eloped" the "Famous'1909 Missouri Tigers,
the man thai sold Missouri University the Missouri Spirit,
the writer who q."ns more in the game than the .vrorc and
exercise, lakes ) on. into h'is eoiifidcnt'e in the-greatest foot?
Winning Football" - .$2;00.
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