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OKLAHOMA U. 28
Tigers Loc Hard-Foughl Game
to lmadiiig r.leen forc
ed to Play on Defensive
Most of Time.
SOONERS SCORE F IRST
Slake Touchdown in First Quar
ter Alter a Long nun and
a Successful For
Tire Missouri Tigers lo-l a liaril fought
game on llollins Field today to the Okla
i Final -core, Oklal'uiua 28, Missouri 7.
.t tlie beginning of the last quarter
Miwun scored j touchdown wlien CarT
tain Leu in ran 80 yards through ibx.
whole Sooner team.
However, the Tigers were on the de
fence most of the lime
The Missouri glint were issYstly short
ones, while the visitors repeatedly made
advance of 10 yards or so.
The rl score came in tlie Fir-I quar.
rer. A long run followed b) a successful
forward ass put the ball un Missouri's
J vanl lute an 1 it was pnli-d ov-r for a
In the second quarter the ball was
pu-bed l mtlun inches of thc'Tiger goal,
but the Mi-vuii eleven held and trtok
the lull on down.
In th- llurd ftiarler Okla'ptnia add-d
7 in 'ic point-. forward pass put the '
Sooriers within striking distance, and a
fake play gave Haikcll Ins chance to nwkc.
a Cjard run for a touchdown.
"MJHomv kicks orr
Oklahoma was asien-d the east goal
and elected to kick off. White kicked to
Packwood. who fumbled but recovered.
Lincoln went thiout.li f-r 3 yards.
Lewis kicked 50 yards. The ball went
outride on Oklalwnia's JOvaid line.
AX lute went through tackle for 5 yards.
Hill made 4 yard-. Bright did not gain,
and punted lo Packwood on Missouri's
30-yard Ln Packwood returned 5 yards.
Iancoln made a yard. Mn-souri kicked
to the bouners 20-yard line?
Outi made 3 vajds. Hill went through
left taikle fi.r 1 yards Marson made
While made 3 3rds. Hill failed to
gam. Hill made 1 yards and then a fir-t
down with a 2 yard plungt. Hill made
IS yards through the tight tide of the Ti
tier line, TAhite made four yards more.
1 lute failed to gam.
llall is now mi Missouri's 20 yard line.
Sooncrs failed to gain on a fake forward
lia". ""ihilc kicked liehind the Tiger
goal. Missouri "a ball on her 20 yard line.
Iancoln gained 3 yards around left
end. Lewis lol 7 yards on a fake punt.
Lewis punted lo White, who wa downed
by Coepel on Miouns 47 yard line.
White made 1 yard.
Lose nt nt soovu
Hill ran 41 yards lo Misouii"s 21
yard line Missouri took lime out.
While failed to gain. Oatis' juss to
Ha kell via fumbled. White passed to
Lester, who look tlie lull to lue 1 yard
line. Hill look the ball but failed to gain
through the Tiger line.
MoniMin took the ball over the goal
for a toutlidown. Dans kicked soak
Score: Oklahoma 7, Missouri U.
Tlie Missouri ?tauiN were in an uproar
the teams went back lo ihc crnter of
White kicked to Lewis on ihc Tiger 13
yard line. Lewis returned the ball 10
yards. Lewis was slightly hurt- Time
Mi-oun"s ball on Iter 25 yard line,
Oklahoma was off-idc and was penalized
5 yards Mi-oiiri made a first down.
forward pass was incomplete. Lin
roln went through crnter for 7 yards but
on the nct hy he failed lo gain. Lewis
Inked outside on Oklahomsa 13 yard
While lost 1 vard. Hill went off Ucile
for 2 yards. White kicked over the Ti
g'r goal In '. Missouri's ball on licr 20
I ineoln nn I yard off tackle. Lewi
paeil lo limit but the attempt faded
I.ewis punted outside no Oklaliouia's W
Wlutc went through the line for 10
vards. Hill failed to cam
lum in bis tracks. White kicieJto vns
scunV 1 sard line. PackwooiL t-uih'J
Ine bill iml-ad vl lettm; it tsll otct
ajiuinu) ruici kick rtiLO
L-ivu kicked to Mrarsu's 30-yard line.
L;x3 rpciled a fits to HikelL Mm-
.-.. I..1.J . ..n vrlnt. tned 1 sards.
ten Iilcd ts gam, Wtite gained 2 yards.
Dam' place kick faded. Miaouris ball
Lcwij Iit3 yards on a try atound lclt
Lewi, tried a (U to GotptL It failed
Ia-wi kirkeil In White on Oklahoma.
13yanl line. Whue w nailfl in hi
vii in- .u-ju . j tIjj anJ outide- Ihe quitter end ticnrv 11 boutientja-K ana in- uimj u oi ine .uissouri oute vuima, piins
Lincoln made 3 yards on two line J Oklahoma II, Mi-ouri 0. 'way Mcthodi-t clioir will give a veperaie Being made lor an in-pection nit
jlnnges. Lewi, puntejl to Okialiomaa co. - - ,0 M- u lorgan recital and conceit at lb Broad week to accredit the battery aud allow
23-yard line, a Wl-yard boot, the prettiest Quarter: Lincoln, Lewis Hund-' way Metliodist Church al 3 JO o'clock to- a ij draw equipm-nt from tin- govern-
of lire day. Tlie quarter ended. iore " v An(,r"ews Ment j ;nlo ,It morrow allernoon. The first part of ilie menl. Sgt, t, J. Collins sergeant in-
Oklahoma 7. Missouri 0. i " Wlllt- attempted a place kick,1 program will be an organ tccital, and the .structor from the main office in St.
Second Quarter: Wlule was downed game lf rfay Ml4M)urL Mj cwir wln, for the necond pari if lli- liuis arrued in Columbia yesterday ind
for a 2 yard loss. Wlute gaine.1 jards n awaCavard lin-. prrgram. present a wctcd motet "Gal wiU I in rbarg- of lire recnuiing for
..ound lclt emL Uluir IkW outride "", ,j" Lipt chuck Lewis lia." composed by Gounod 1h- soLM.rhe ne e davs.
on Missouri Kjvatd line. "a .i,..i, it,- rwi.re Oklah jma for this part of lb- program will b- Mis. Tb- inspection is 'jp-cled lo be made
tracks by Bunker. Hill made 2 yards. I
IIiD failed to tain "".lute kicked to TaiV.. I
wood, vXio returned tlw ball 2 yards '-)
lints McKi mu: con, linc
Jjnct'ln raineil i atd Mivohim tts
ctTs.de .d , ,rtul;r, 5 ,,. u.i
'l"U" null in nil Of'UCIKCT Jllf tII tlta
toun'a 43-yard line.
Williams failed to
pain around left end. A forward pa-nil,,
fail-d. Lewis kicked oiir ilie burner goal -.
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, ,V,,, . V V, . '",' line. Okljiinma look Hie ball, however. I
me. OUabonus ball on U-r 20!ard,anj W1le ymlcj ,(, u,m'a 23-vard I
line. snuc out for Oklu!iuuia. tm.
After' short Mns White kUked out
ride on Mis-ocn 41 yard lint.
Rilhains mvd 4 yards.
Uais nite'iepuil a Ius pa In m
Lewi on ilie .TO yaid line. Hardin llurcw
II'Tl r 1
iiiu ut c 'I'M. '
TlCLn HOtU AT OH COIL
A ia lo Havldl netted ZO wrd- and
ll.e ball h4 n tlie Ticer 13-jard liner '
Wlutc piiaed 3 ards. Motriu tnadi 4
yvd. Mbiri)n cjrrietl I lie ball apJin
sad it & fourth down Willi a fen incites
The Tijter linr brld and it as Mi-.
&tturin lull nn In r .1 vnnl linr.
Ij-tois'LirU-J out iu ifir S0ard Ime1ai,lcJ
In I)aii5 ytK Kis railed in hi IrrL-
Trai. Lincvln inlwcrptol a
ran 20 jard I" OUalwma 43)ard
LeMi- zsiorJ 4 jardi. Le.is "aa "rt
rgain but Ujed atlr pame and on thej
licit I lav punted over'the Sooner goal.
line Oklahoma's bill ,n her JO van!
Hill went through for 23 Tds. While
failed ! gain- Hill trade 6 sards. Mith
rion made 5 varus and nist down. WhitL
wct a.wml .ml f-r 3 yards Hill vent
.it taclle for 1 -ard A .Sn-r j a-s,
White ttt Johnvut failetl and it was
fourth down. Iavis attempted another
jjlaee ljk from lb- Tiger 13-yanl Ime
but failed. It wa Mi;urTs ball on ihe
20 yard inc.
Uneoln made one yard and followed on
the nel plav rvh 2 vards moic. Liueoln
Coepel kuked oil to Hill on the S-n
er 23 ya(d hue. Hill ran the ball back
13 yards. A few iluwns and a punt
brought the ball lo lli- middle of tlie
field. Missouri's ball.
Kutb punlol ouwd' on sner's J3
Wlutc went aroiintl right end for 6
Tinii. WlUte PUnlrU Id LeW l-n Mi$. i
tnnn'u TVLiard linr. Tmi ran lh bill
"' '. '',i
I fidlowed with i
tie rmtiiiie the
ield Tunc out
iciu. nun, out.
lack 10 yard-. I ackvoo.i
a sVyard pain ff left tarklc.
ball in the center of the field,
Kershaw's iiass wa apparently inter
cepted by- Wliite. licferre pave the ball
lo Missouri on ihe oner l-)ard line.
WillrSms wl ihrough tatkfe for 12
-jixis. Ollohonu took tune out Iuith
tlliuipli-d place kick ami laileil Oklaiio
raa's hall on her 1 yard line. Tjkr nint
in for Lester for tire Sooners.
White punletl 10 yards lo I'ackwood.
Mis-ouit itnalixl 13 yards for holding.
A TigT forward pas tailed
Mivouti wa. jTialued 5 Bards far
oemg ollsida Kersliaw took ball around
left cud lor 3 said?, ryrslw attempt
cd a ic?s to jGoepel and failed
Ruth punted to the Sncr 2y yard bne-
wbeie lans was downed in Ins tracks
An exchange of punts Eavc.Oklalioma
ibe ball in ihc middle of the fieliL
sousrns scon secomi tivi. ;
While pa.scd 23 yards vt Ua-kcIL put
ting the ball "n Misvuria 23-yard line
On a fake plar Haskell went around left
end and "ran down the field for ihe second
OMalioma touchdown. Havis krked goal
bcorc: Oklahoma 11, Miiun 0.
White kicked oil to Iovingcr on Mis
rouri's 23 yard line After short pms
liuth kicked outside on Oklahoma k
Mcdnbbiu went m for HilL Morrison
made 6 yards thiougU the line. White
went in for Tyler.
A Sooner ra- faded. Tlie ball was on
I h-sounV 33 yard line. White's pass was
broken up by Titeomb wlw had just re
placed Kecliaw. Davis made an attempt
at a place kick and failed. Mis-ouri's
loll on bcr 20-vard line.
Vackwloods pa was intercepted Ii
e ., aru i-wis rooici raniw' .(,! j ICCorniie the mandate for giing 7 , V ' , .
f.n,ll ih- ll! f -n,l and Trinsi. . ., T ,. 5..6' b nv on ihe work in this inMituticn.
viw - ---. iNiir ipr ifapiTr m iimm. i ruu cun . -
r.l on Okbltomas C-ynd hue. , BlUl Taf7 Root and Wilson nd any ', T. "" '"'?.. '"5 ,r f00""
The Iialf ended, irere: VUaLoms 7. ,,,. r i -,!,. ,.,,r ,-,.. " "' uu ru""" amun6 unenis- .
MivouiiO. 'ii-i?r-.af ,.t-w,1,;,-am? -wr..5i.5 KVuiJasjimi.xo ..
Third Quarter: .Novin-er goes ... for , .Tarrl.to the matter. " , M.-W hcln ,' r ".J.Mmra.ltt"
,i f,.l!!rV L,r.t . m , .. "i. ' . , uutcercu ur ine uristiau work tin- iat
u ,..-k-. ..-. . . c --r m ine rv-rair anv icerraiions wi cii ciav
Travis threwlWliile. who relurncl the ball 13 yar.
SIispuri iuvaru nn--. "a. is -w..
throufh the Tiger learn for 10 yards more
IL11 werll ill for Kuth On a fake IIay
Msmso went inrougb tlie Tiger line for
a tottchdown bnl the ball was called back
becau-e f eff5ide rlT &T ""'" "m!
TICtR'S EAU. 01 1 1AED UNE
tr.n..n,c IrmVe tlireuzh and Ucklw
U..Vr11r,bs fumbled. Miiwnn ret the
ball on her own 1 yard bne. Goepel punW
- ..J- .L..l
. r- i.i... - V.rked roll.
Ml W WIU DIIH "' v-...-
team l-t a '"'- .., T .. a
bppms wiillung tcroui-u me ursi aau.
second V.ner defen-e. ihe Tiger cap-
id-Kii tlie hew, eluding piaycra
I ON 01IIER GRIDIRONS
Ilarvard 2k Vir-ria 0.
Yale 21. Colgate 7.
Princeton 10, Mt Virginia 3.
Pittsburg 14, Lafayette 0.
Pcna. State 28, Pcnn)Ivanii 0
Ohio Slate 7, Chicago 6. , '
Minnesota 7, Illinois 17.
,h 1,lf ,nc"' 'Mo" a"J P !"
w,m(, hc &loner,
t . . r, . . . . -.
-i hoTi .'Tfc:ji"S,KETUKNS TO l'ASTOKATEJ
I i ,;,
punted lo Oklahoma's 2.. vard
The iM,ners fumbled and the Ti.
. .... I flMl ,r. It
Ti., -r-...,, .,i j., ,.ii ,r.,i., ,l
,i --, ,,r ,. b-m i, ,,i
hth.nd the booner goal hue. Oklalwma's
hall on licr 20-yanl line..
A 50-jard pass followeil by'a 1 nts run
larcuiui ten cnu rriuiim m a ituuioHii.
( r. 1 . 1. I r. t
!maI by '.bitauL.
ui..i- t:M ,i
i". I'Wlalioina 21, MiMin 7.
' A nnl ( r t mtrltf tnxt. n fnUf.unl in afiticL
4h--4.av wvusuwvt avafviha l(i iUi4
1L Montague. 21 cf the ft. (). T. f
unit on press box, lost his lvdd ami fell
to the jround fiftj feci belnw. He vas'lry winch wa (he only combat infantry;
lakci to me tamer vienoriat Hospital
Seriousness of in juries could tfst be ace r
rOY WP17ATv V TlV
Vi vi. Ul XJl U.iJ Xi 1
If Elected Will Recognize
T imMli try llfiKii
.jiuiiuuii. mi uouij,
LiiiCACo, uti. jj t,overrr James m.
l? I.""," t"e lJa fot l.l,c U' ,""-"
I" ' """
I I'imiDg lliat
if Ite was
tlccled h- would confer with Da-id 1.
Walh of Mas lluike Cockran
Qonruor Smith of New ork m rejard
.-.,ii . iu .1 ' a!n ,rI graltlut to tou lor your
lothcIreh.iuevUoii.lh.,annouticement'kiniKS, nJ rw,K,10n , ,, t j
came in response to an inquiry from a
", ,. . ZZ CC H
j' ,,.. .wrf - , w j,
Le necessary will be worked out "
FLk HID CROSS KOLl. I ALL
Executive Cummltlce of Orpwizatlon
Jfcet lo Arrauge ltlr.
A meeting of the eiecutive romiiutlte
of the Fourth Koll Call of the Ked Cn:
fur rkn.iw- Crmnlv mjk brld rxlcrdiiv at
. in ,!, rmme-rrtal On!. KtMtnu. -
-r-t . . re r .i. i. .. '
The directors and officers or the ll-o.ie
. t i i -. f .i
(jiumy chapter and members of the Me
, , i -n
vial committee were also present. Tliey
V i l r
Jy.,,.-,1 W.T- .,,! mraiiM lor rarrvm
Olscusseu Wd)8 anu UIUllls iwr laifiu.
, , iTi s si
tn me uric wnirn irpjn .iocniorr it.
The mCThber-Iuii goal for Dooiie lloun-
tythi jear is 4300. Eery eluld in B-xne
County ill le reached throueli the
Itc mtIiwIs. The folovins letter lias been
tent to fiery teacher in lVHnc 0unl:
It U needless to explain to you, mh
the Ked Cross.' I, activiues are all ill-
reeled toward bclpfulniss in relieving
""'"'' MW-.-fc, v.h . ....,-.-....0
rnnrtiimir of whatever kind, lliat aiter.!
ih, welfan. nf iIk neonle. Hr the pjt
j;car fy County bas had the full ume(
service ol a iieil Uoss nur-c. in many
cases as a rcull of her recommendation
torwb ami a(cnoids Hate oceii reiiK.veu
end poor eyesight eorrecled. Sire lias aIso)aucIrnl ca,,lUt an,l Kovno arc lioth in'
I cl,cn ltp(j advice in rtference lo oth-
er dwa-f, both chronic and contagious.
Hy contin lance and development of her
work, evcrf wok and corner of ihc coun
ty cau 1 reached and much that will con
tribute to better living conditions acioro
We know lliat you are ready and will
nig to help in the drive for in-raber-lup.
The anriidl roll call Ugins Nov. II.
Membership is $1; contributing tmmber
slup..$3.00, rustaimng membership $10.
Allow tins committee to snggct that you
and the ihildrcn in ynr fhool j"in in
enrolling the school as a sustaining mem
ber, or a contributing member.
"Honor rolls containing the names of the
schools and their teachers will be pub
lished fioia lime to time.
"We tluil lie glad in lure vou siuest
Low ve may aist yon lo pine your
school on one of llrese rolN, ami to bare
otlicr helpful suggestions you can make.
Can you nM give tr a list of per-ms in
your disHKt who nnglil leeorae con
uibutiug or sustaining membersf In
your teply please address Supcrintcnd-nt
Chailes E. Nortkutr1'
II. II. Londenbatk ana Bradr;8j
Methodist Choir to GIto Concert.
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E. II AewTomD. soprano, .'usa ri-iea
a .,..! mtl ,-om.
n.iu, T. ,rr i i v
yanr lire cW lth Mr. lmdenhack n-
nueiing. , m.t. ...!. -j,- ;
It ir rTTr-nmriAT
! Y.M. C. A. POST
General Secretary to Be Re
leaded by Board Dec. 31 f
'After 18 A.onlhs'
Sen ice Here.
iW-" Ami)1 CliaplaTll ill World.
War N F'l.yscd Willi tl.e H
Good Woik of the
The resigiiition of J K
1) Hrrrrm ad
! rcn-ral Mrnijry f the Y
. M. U A was
' uccrl"r'1 nV l,-c l'""i ,f U'lertors. Iatc,
' "'nujv anero-wn ine re-ignitiou
'"I1 ,ac cf Jf' ''" I11 "f OiremUr.
I Ilia kltll muir Ii4a n.. I . ..T.I.U (f
- -. .. ar-.. .. vun-iMtug,
lltr th- N'jpIj "
tninrwn lu Ijcnt iTTlarv if"a
i l!K 1 l I A .ija fnn lOtll II;
' -s v Tv iB. riiiL junv 174g lv
u. u A. wiice Junr. lViy UcJ
placc,-lirtly after !ic rriiiniqlT
rcKT ubcrc c smnl a rar aI
' rliaplain illi ll 332J TnfanH
'It VU flic onlv rnmlial intzntn '
tOo'v Hie plac
. tji arnr eha
tin itaiy lie was in tlie trenches witU
J that rmit from September I. 1917, until'
I the clio of Ihe war. He winl from ihire
nre f.dlowlTis is a toij of lu resi,ua
"It is null much legret that, I tendcrl
. T rtHJcii'lion lo the Board of Directum
jof the V M. C .a ihw lime, but I fcrfn
UlCtier a jriyrrful conudrratKn fur thl
Welfare o! niv fjuul) and the future of
R3V OlL llttl 1 mil-t l.lV ttll lrti lrl
tn vrar. Iw-r.tr tl, U,U , I - J&
lator; therfre oa mil nt miuntiVr-
'..,,, ro . , , . ... , ,j-..
d-e,d"J to rclum lo lb- pastorate. You
telll lu. Hlirnn. i. ..r, l. ........ .
,r ,,,,. .:. ., ... ;., . , i
r,w, i,i ... ., , ,. ".
-s- ...r. JUH1 null ll- 1U-1 Uill VI aVVtlll
I am very gratcfnl to vou for your
.u?,e "' ! Wh"er it is ,. f
i leel it my
jCAr than in anv other itar in th- br-tor
of lire aocialion. four ineit liar io!un
leered for the miiiMo. Hr- girls and
8101 bo;s Iuc toluiurrrrd for foreign
minion norL floheicr, tliii -aa ifrtt
tult of combined ciToit of .ill religious
groups in lb- Lmerity.
"0r j-jcial program for llu ear looks
brifht tlianlvs t th- efforts of a nido
avaLe rah i net. I uMi to commend them
"1 ,',,.,'". In i t i i
1 Uur IKiniKraey Uuli lias always done
' !, . , ' , , T, ,
i an ciLctlent piac ot wifk. The work
I ,i r , i . i
leniong lli fi reign students is very good
. . ": - '
or the Iat to social
' T-x -TI --v -i -w t -v -m- -ir- a-
Sllldeills anil 01(1 Mcil Joining
Army lo Slop Inadcrs of
Villi 1 liwl K-a.vt.a.
MIM4 tlllll llVTIIVl
i ..-... ....
London, Oct. 00. Lithuania u Hocking
! 0 thc ,.(,iots l0 lr,wi ,1(. pj, (rom m.
fading their eounliy. lli- IJthnanian le-
gaIOII announceil here War. Vllna. ike
'anger, it is reisirted btudtnts and old
men alike arc said lo 1. joining ihe army
preparm; for the attack.
It was j1o rrKrtcd that a large Ger
man detachment bad been offered to the
Lithuanians and that this offer had been
o. f. i.inuTu auMiir
Turnlj-louT Jletnhfrs Are
dates for Third Hcgrcc.
Monday msht lit I O. 0. I' lodge
will confer the third degree on twenty
four of its m-mlieis. A banquet will
follow lire business mettns.
Tli- local lodge is the secoud- largest
iu Missouri. The largest of the alate
organizations i in St, Joseph and has a
membership of 500 Tlie Lolumhia
! lodge das 117 members.
' Hi- national contenlion of the Odd
rtuows caieammei I neitt in ivew lorK
Gly Octb-r 1, lire national grand sire
was il-ctcd from Miyouri Neat year
this ctnvention will 1 held in Colum
bia, probably in October,
I.iSrLCTltCHIjirh JET 1VEEK
Thhtylite May Join State ami's
Serfjeant Collins In Charge,
"inth thirty fire of lbs n-eeasatT fiflT
recruits sipied up for service in Battery
ihe middle of n-t week after which
tmiforraj will be usned immediately.
Drill i also npectetl to tirt tire Ivt
of neit week. ,
t : ' , , "
HI, 0IT THAT CAR , " ' m"0
OUT O HERE! S'V
THErRE SHOOTIN' LSHE$
OFF A BLAbT.' -SHA.W
THIS OsRS STALLED. H Sf
IF YOU SHOOT THAT (", "-
,THIN(? OFF ILL HAVE gmm. lAWTTFRj
Former R. 0. T. C ComilUIldtT
Dies, at His Home in
An onnouncenynt ha
litre of the death of Maj. Utarln M.
Gortlnn at bis home in m trairris.o
from an attack of heart trouble.
Gordoiiattended the Vmniytnmmam -f BntWl Amiwol and the up
lu Iffifa. and i in command of th- & Misuari vatcrIed are dominated
A. i, U lute in ivis-iy. lie wa aiiiit
45 ears old. He i artirel by Iiw wife
and two iluldren.
stuAit is anx; vv au
Other roods, llnnrtcr, Vrc Htl'J lie.
dining- in l'riee.
The prit-c if sugar docs not sltow the
rapid ibxlinc that oil er foods arc show,
nig. according to (Columbia merchant.
At one time, it seemed as if ihere would
be a dcridi-d slump in ilie sugar market,
but other factors figured, and ihe drip
topiied- Abont one week ago, sugar
was selling at $12 a hundred ivlinds, but
it now 513. The catw for llus, it is
thought, is because the Cuban. autlnnties
bave rot It'dd of the sugar silualion
Potatoes, b-aiis and onions liowever.
sIkjw a lecline in price roiaiocs which
sold on- week ago for W a hundred
pounds are now worth $"i30, while beans
have fallen from 12 1 2 cents a pound to
Meats "eem lo hold their place on Ihe
market, and it looks as if no decline is in
sight, fish arc still the same price, but
arc of a better quality.
Oranges, grapes and eating apples
h.i- -on- tin in price. Grapefruit, how.
ever remains lire same price as for ihe
past hi months and no decline is ex
pected in this pioduct.
LXICTIOS BB1.1GS EXT1IA flOBK
Conntj- Clerk Works Overtime To
The coming election is Iinngiug wot
nes to almoM everjbody but next lo the
candidates for office lire county clerks
are probably frettuig most.
The extra work beui& performed by
C W. Davis, county clerk of Boone Conn
tv. in preparation for tire election, is
fair indication of the amount being ioce
by bounty clerks, all over .the country.
Thursday .Mr Daru tamed otct to the
ibenff 893 packages of election supplies
sacked and ready to be delivered to the
thirty four piecincU.
In th-se, Mcka weie poll bk. m
smtciion .earlfe, posters, empty tacks for
returning the ballots, pencils, needle for
stringing the' ballots, sealing wai and
Of llua number of ballots, 108JTOO
were for the ix parlies and the remaind
er were abentc and constitutional bal
lots Tire ballots of each pa"T lad to
be made into separate packages for each
ptccinct.. as did tbc abs-nte- and con
Jt to-k Mr." Darn aid hu a-JuUnt
four days working overtime to count the
ballot required by eartPTrreuu-t and
-et all the iprli ready forjlre sheriff.
THE ADVENTURES OF THE ROAD.
. --i sj M JmjA
For Columbia and "vieinilT: Ooudf
weather, probably with rain late tonight
nf Saianff fnrAfr V.nnJitf anJ nt.Ia
Sunday night.. termaiure proUblr to
tlie freerins point.
For Missouri: Increasing cloudiness
tonight follqwed by rain jnday west
and possibly north twiions; wanner
rat portion tonight; cooler north and
west portions Sunday.
itisitiriiinr m rntiiuiririii ntainT.
iri.nl ; nirr tlwt 5ufli.rst- rrnlrsl in Art.
byjiigli pressure and the weather there
is on the turn to colder with snow. Uouu
iness is in lite increase eastward to the
Miisipi Riier, but no precipitation
bad occurred up lo 7 a.-m. this morning,
fn eastern sections fair and cool weather
lirevails. Frost occurred last night as
far south as Alabama. '
lissouri hlghwavs are in fair condition
but rough in spots
A lombination of thc- advancing low
and high pressures will probably give
rainy and chilly weather in Missouri Tate
tonight or Sunday; and in Columbia by
Monday morning the temperature may ap
provaiuate the freezing value.
Local Data: The highest temperature
in Columbia yesterday was 52 degrees;
and the lowest last night was 42 degrees.
I'lecipitation 0.00. A year ago yesterday
the highest temperature was 52 degrees
and the lowest was 32 degree. Precipi.
talwn 0.08. Noon yesterday: dry bulb,
47 degrees; wet bulb, 38 degrees; rela
tive humidity. 44 per cent, 7 a. m. to
day: dry bulb. 43 degrees; wet bullv40
degrees! relative tumidity 81 per cent.
Sun ro-e(today 6:35 a. m. Sun sets 5:11
p. in. Moon rie 8-03 p. m.
LEAGUE TO END
Announces in Last Stretch of
Campaign He Will Ham
mer on Administration.
r JUmtti Pic.
Cnai-uit, OrJ. 3a Senator Harding
is all set for the final dash diwn the home
slretch of the presidential campaign. Af
ter a morning of rest here he will leave
for Colambas where he will deliver the
last peecb. of.lhe eimpaign.
Harding has announced that be i pra
pared for any move that the opposition
may make. To the la.t the Senator in
tends to hamm-t the Wilson administra
tion and. to eentinae the attack: on, the
League ot Nations. .
IJURED BT , A GOLF BAIi
Jamei C. "tw Ws Mnrek la tte
As James t Mercer, a University Un
dent was strolling across the golf links
vesterday 'a fylX bL Wtif T
one ol the plajrrs, Uruck him in ibe
eye. cotung gasbrs above and below.
He wis taken to Parker Memorial Hos
pital whue micce werejitalen to'laa
face. He-wTil,not lose .the uso ofihii
eye. it hrfiewL Mr. iferriT i from
Jennings-1 aufFr -t '
Contighi 1920 by J. H. Donahej)
LIES W STATE
Flags Barred at McSivincy's.
Funeral Body at thc
Core. Ireland. Oct. 3a Terence AIc-
Swiney's body lay in state today in the
city hall where once be had presided as
mayor. After a fight with police lo get
the body the friends of McSwiuey finallv
obtained cbarge of it and placed it in
Cork is quiet today although soldiers
are stationed here in case trouble should
Regulations have been issued for the
funeral, which will be tonforrow. No
flags will be allowed except those which
will cover the coffin. The funeral pro
cession will not be allowed to be more
than a quarter mile long.
TO GET STCDEM .OTfcRS
Democratic (lab Plan Campaign to
Brlna; Their Totes to PoUs
The Democratic dub, acting in co
operation with the Democratic State and
County Committees, is planning an eilen.
site campaign for the purpose of getting
all Demoerafic voters of the University,
Stephens and Christian Colleges to the
polls neat Tuesday.
An absentee ballot committee com
posed of students from the three schools
plan to have every student democratic
voter at the courthouse on November 2.
Ballots from every county in the state
Lave been procured and wilt be al th-
toiivenienee of the voters on election day.
All absentees voters will rote by affida
vit, and instructions concerning thes
will be given by a committee appointed
for that purpose.
1ISITS JAY II. vEFl:' HAII,
r. H. S. Cliis Pleased With Equip.
ment of ew Building-.
The vocational class of the University
High School, under the direction of Miss
Mariorie McLachin and Miss .Marvel
Smith, visited Jay II. fieff Halt Friday to
mpect tne rmiidtng.
The class which has studied the orofes.
ion of lb- electrician and the musician,
is flow devoting its energies to iournaUim.
According to its instructors, more interna
bas been shown in ioirrnalvm br iTP
class than in any other profession
studied. Advertising will be taken up
Special attention baa fc-en given to
the manner of writing for the newrpaper.
ui'tincuon nas neen maae between the
feature story and the news story. Tnps
lo the University Library have been made
to study exhibits portraying the history of
Particular interest was shown br the
class in the journalism library, where pa-
per iron all over lire world are kept on
tie. A Chinese newspaper, discovered in
tbeailea by a Chinese student in the
eUssaroosed. considerable interest. The
machinery room and mechanical dm.
sinn of newspaper publishing wa given
117 HA I 'I'M V III ,1 A i n?
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FOR FIVE DAYS.:
Arkatisait Mqke Sjxxtaculai1
Escape From Farm House
Where He Signed a
LEFT AS , GUARD SLEPT
Fhe Men Mel Financier at Su
Louis Depot Mondaj
Woman Also Bound
Br Vai'4 Pro.
St. Lons. Oct 30 Asserlioa thai ,.
Had been held prisoner in a farm house
I near here mice laI Monday and forced
to -ign a check for $23000 Joseph Alei.
anncr, a weanuy unancier irom Arkansas.
made bis escape to the police headquart
ers aud told the police his story this
morning. Mrs Margaret Taher of Sl
Louis was also held prisoner at the farm
house and it i asserted that she brought
the ehet k to a local bank lo be cashed.
Alexander's escape from the farm house
was spectacular. He said that a man's,
ways slept with him and that he was
never allowed a minute to himself. He
said that last night Ire awoke about 3
o'clock and lliat Ins guard was sleeping.
After a time he. managed tn get his feet
untied from the bed and crept to a win
der. Ho cbmbed out and dropped to
he ground. His hands were 'still tied.
Prints of bare feet were later found in
the wet grass outside the window. ""
After leaving the house Alexander
finally met a butcher and asked the man
to untie lus bands Tlie butcher thought,
he was crazy and tied. He had the sun
experience later at another farm house
but the farmer there took him into ctnv
tody and debvered him to the police of
Sl Louis County. He told his story to
Sheriff Boppe of the St. Louis police.
Mrs. Taber was found at home this
morning. She said rhe had been brought
there in her night clothes by th- men at
the farm bouse. She is being held for
Alexander said that he had known Mrs.
Taber for several years and that he had
telegraphed ner he was coming to St.
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iti-mlaa. .-.r.nim. Iia w.a t f tM 9
uajn uy iitvt men woo io.u nun inai uicy J
bad been sent by Mrs Taber to wVl
him. They tdd him that she was nek.
He went wuli the five men in an auto
mobile and at th- edge of ihe city one of
them drew a revolver and told him if be
tnade any resistance they would kill him.
He was then bound and gagged. The men
look him to tire farm bouse and put lum
in on- of the rooms of the second floor.
The gag was removed only when be was
fed. The men told him that they knew
he was worth $100,000 and on Tuesday
he was forced to sign a check on a bank
of Fl Snutli, Ark. He said, that he
tcrihbted the name in such a mariner
that it would look like a forgery.
Mrs. Taber was brought to the house.
before thc ch-ck was signed. The men v
had also bound and gagged her. MM .
told Alexander she had lo do what the
men dictated as they threatened her if
she made any resistance to their efforts.
she says the men lold her Alexander was
sick and needed her.
Alexander and Mr. Taber are both
being held for investigation of the affair
INJURED INK. CI
Stephens College Graduatefi
Hurt in Accident on "--
Mi Arisa Boulion. who was (rrada-
ated from Stephens College last Jane."!
was injured in an accident in Kansas'
Uly last night, according lo a telei
received by friends of Miss Boulton hero a
today. The telraram failed to rite de.
The injured girl, who has been teaea-pJ
ng in the Belton High School Una tsfl.",
Vas soendine the week-end in Kansas"
Gty with her sister and Miss Marjone"!
"Stewart, another Stephens College "-
na, who alvfis teaching in Belton. C C,v
bateman of Columbia is a cousin ol anas &
Mils Boulton s Iiome is in Hamilton. fi
K.0.V THEH BT THEIR SPAWNS
Commerce Men Student t BaW
Permanent Distinctive Gsrst. jcj
vi a business meeting ol ine v-""j
raerce CJpb Tuesday evening, a .J"""
was adopted whereby every Junior aaJl
senior in ihe School of Business jatii
Public Administration will be reqsiiV
to wear spats between the hotrra '
o'clsck and noon from Monday W
day inclusive of each week and on I
"This is intend-d to be a rrenBaw-jej
rniing. and unless met with senoos i
jrclwnj, vyill be enforced from year "
year as a distinctive dress for coair
men." said Raymond Cremp, stnaeaj
pteiident of the School of Business aV
ll.i:. la ? .r "iJI
An ordffj-fcis been placed wiiS
ot toe local snoe dealers lor one i
gray spats, and as toon as the i
arrives a date wiU be set. perhaps 1
giving, for th- initiation of the