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THE I0LUMBIA EVENING 1
BY BIG SCORE
Missouri Team Made 420 Yards
From Scrimmage While
Katies Only Made
Shirt-Tail Paraders Thronged
Downtown. Streets Until
Late Hour Last
Bill Missouri trained far rushes.
Kansas Rained by rushes, 66
MUtouri ronde 21 first dovrns.
Kanai made VI first downs.
0 Tbost .terse figures rlainly fll Ihe w-
j?jJtioriTy '"e Missouri liter over the
I KiVii leant in the tuenty ninth annual
' gridiron conirt here yesterday when the
STiarrs won 1 t 7. ,
TTw. Aunerti famhall pimf end theae-
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f tiri'Je of llomccomhig Day brokcrcany
recrrd 1or u-Himnia. si is xne nrsi
., tbne that lie Mnun team lias n far
, .otchol lrn hanan in. thv. actual
Ipinmiile. K.m-ii lias been defeated
oby bigger scnas but never lias- there
J been tuca an iniruality Jit, the frwnd--
ng tf the two elevens. i r J
tber r-cord lie in rhe amount uf
pven to tlse contest. SrvTliB-
i vlesicti. I nun jeiegrapn Company an
i xatmcet that the amount ef pres matter
KhiadjM in us efice here exceeded by
L'fir aav previous reirL, five wires were
g bnsy at th iieJd durfrSg- the whole of the
Jaftenxon and lite vires at ihc icjln.tfjf
J' See tJ' Ajrnlil ktc.ai jutht la talc care
.tt thiit forw newspapers in the
Ma: nd "clseSlief e
t courxnts'i mcctsT -down
Th? crowd iWeif was a record. Never
? . i
. luve M many pcrsoBs lilni onto. .t.uin
Field tukitne- a football contest. Z.
,C, aevengej- announces that there were
approxima-ely J 1,000 persons on the SeM.
The mncirr ef eul of town vWtors
i was greater tlun hasj-ewr gathered" in
, the city at anj previous time.
j The Homecoming p'lrade was larger
? and more elaborair.thsn anv ever given
i The war in wlneJi the crowd wa JneUy with Conversation ana 'ucsna ,,..... .-.,,.,-1
ir,i -I . , ; i.,-iiT Lti"wcretahli.hcd. Cn-laalesand formerT ." -i. '"? V-"n-;
' Clevenger, ifirector of atlduics handlil studewi were invited to sign their names "ChuckT txwBa taolltr
'. . . ... ,. ... . :. ,v .v i ir., ' are-liappy iind proud of Ilia
I! is ia merit nrslu-. In ilif eitv a force i
f in -iiia ai lit, pimr in turn a maiuxT .u iuc Mtunw iiu.hi, ,
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i of twenty jvilicemtn. tuuer Hie ureaiOB
f Chief John U Wlute-iiles did good!rxchar.ged between students wf hadi
There were no arrets, arcidenls not seen each o.ber since before the
I j or trooble of any lind.
KASVS VEVLC DlUSOlS
As to the game, itxlf never did
1W 1KUn rj the rooters Ule the ,
, . si i r-x it J.J
eleven led h Cantain aittk Lewis did ,
yesterday. Tbe way u.
the Kansas line for
shoted that the team
I ermra and that the mid-season slump was
or lor goou. rvansas never iuu a utuivc
against the line or the plunging Tiger
back field, ably coached in every de
partment of the game hy Miller and
Phelan. While the forward passing of
Kansas resulted in one toucbilown it was
never really formidahle-
The rooters showed their enthusiasm
for the team hy carrying them from the
field on their shoulders and in the cele
bration they put on last night. The busf-,
1 ne men will display thnr appreciation
v next week when the Tigers will be their,
the end of '
gucus 31 a ainner. Jl was inc ruu vi
i a snceevful football season despite the
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. fact that
the championship went to
Shirt-tail paradcrs have heen held at
5 the point of a P,.toL bat last night was
Kfu. V.r.i tlm, t1i ilir wi- held it.
ghe Crst tine tha tbey weje held at;
the pomt of a butcher knife. The o her-
ttho real leader and was Jead by some-'
'one else into tbe Jinx restaurant. Some-
--v ...., !-.. .v-v --,
ine reached over the counter to take a
'"piece of pic. The proprietor picked np
ia long butcher knife. The rooter didn't suppjant tha monotonous diet of the alb
Sei tliZmc l.i. -hielt hjs been the lot of the Tiger
'. The parade started from the West football Jcam since lase 'Septtmbcr, at
tCimr- at 73.1 o'cU-tfc and went -pig banquet to bo r-Ten by the baslaesa
Mclh street to Broadway tn tho Daniel men of Columbia to the winner of the
f Boone Tavern ami then to Stephens Coh
'Jtlf- The Jayhawks cremation was hold
?" n the vacont lot at Tenth and Broadway.
The Vanity Fair Fruit shop passed.
iBt apples, and Harris' gave cigarettes,
Hten the parade went to th Hall Theater
1 iere they had been previous!- promised
se secona snow, iney arnvca nn
J-3'"SATrry rflinules rally, and it was
,. M -. -i.& vJ . . !.-- I4jW.
'After the parade was under control
kL -he aLthorucJ leader it went r-c-i,,,:..
t .W . . t,- a . i . -I
, W town. This Umc the College Inn and
e Polyarma Shop passed out candy.
Hwn the paraders vent hi the second
w at the Hall Tho Jiax was the
ly place ruJied duriug U10 parade.
caiunrn i icmtiitc dux.
f Academic IIslI did not look, academic
lraeth .n.l l.,lil, r.t ihr - eMrridor -
Usunifht. TOh the two tal I"" ? Columbia t 40. . vcrsityta At wWfot thSlasi twelve Cmotco. Nov. -J ? .l V
Lf ,A"rf. "" XI Br nins of rplane senrce Colum vcarsl-, been . s
.nasi iiinmnr 11 tin i lauioBin. iuu .... .. r .1 -.. . . a .1 t ... t .. -.
e appearance of tlm hall
,, decidedly different from
-er roniihir was decorated
OUR. REITTATIOX MENACED
c iu iiy Jiai em - lew
hundred copies of its main edition
to tumhia.v'jesterday afternoon by
airplane, in order that, as tbe Star
stated, "the Kansas City visitors in
ColumbU might not be without their
Very enterprising and quite a com
rnendable feat indeed on the part of
the' Star. The esteemed Star is a
great paper and merits praise r its
tboughtfulness in Jooking after its
palroni while they are aay from,
Bat docs the Star assume that Co
lumbia Is ta latent as regards its
duties' a a host that it does not pro
t!3c, along -villi Thanltglnng tar.
key with trimmings, hospitable en
tertainment, a great football team
and other things a first-class evcn-
ing paper? Columbia regrets ex
ceedingly that its reputation for
gracious hospitality has dropped to
such a law ebb in Kansas Cry.
Will. the. esteemed Star not tale it
to .heart, if we call attention to the
fact that as the Kansas City rooters
and others left the gates at Rollins
Field there was an early edition of
the 'Columbia Evening Missourian
availing them; and that by the timv
they reached down town there was
still .another edition; and before
this, even, a mail edition had been
sent out o th afternoon train to
that Kansas Cty people possibly
stranded in Hallsville, 'CeocrjUs snd
oilier places Ynight not Iiave "lo do,
.itliouttleir evening paper? Atay
we add that the city editions of the
Missourian carried a detailed account
of every play in the big game; ap
proximately eleven columns about
the Homecoming activities besides
the news of the city and country at
large? Yes, and that one, of the
Star's biggest advertisers bought
space to tell Kansas CHianc that
there would be a special sale in Kan
sas Cty for them as soon as they
Columbia feels a little hurt about
the Star's reflection on Its hospitality.
We wonder now if tbe Star didn't
get ns confused with Colnmbus Mis-
paper .Missouri pennants strung in a
rertangle, bUcl and yellow streamers,
and plants, Music lrom tne nrst cor -
ndor was MiEciently elevating to reaeh
the dancers on the .third floor; while!
ihc second group of jaa producers bept
diinjs merry in the Women's Gymnasium,
There was Ji' effort for an organized
program, people lertalning themselves
The- mixer -was a success as an
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- ionaai ytui, nu liiisuy gireiis m
FOOD TOR AU. THE VISITORS
iaw lucni uaniKii uaa &mo iroaoic
in carlrg for ll.of the visitors. Ithadl'" I B W l m .
nnro nml. It. tA ll,ir It lnw tint'
"" people to feed than it knew what
lot thtir raeals, even if some did Iiave
There wits a tood-nainred crowd down.!
town nnlil late at night. Sedate grads-
MI fate the bad company of undcr-cla,
men atd matched nickels or dimes.
Today there are many sorevmd rough
threats in" the city. The good old cure
VT lU&ZtkFw She and her mother re'emed tired after ."
T . 1....1 1 ...uw 11 IIIAIICS UU 1USL LUMi UlUT. UC HBIU. ' "l " ---
lad come into its1 P" L"",eS. Vte " 6clUn? ct.i f"Ts excitement, Hut like every. - - - '
iir ei aiunj rina-- iwi Muscauw ji mwmii vuk vi rfiiariiH w v
'of days gone is missing for thfesaffcrers. l"u?.u? fcneast, generally is crit
Trom i rnuih yelling But while thiVced.. Of Us accoraii i predictions noth-
remedy may have heen missed, in "" " ""J TtjTu
ways '.t was a great boon. New-liave WednesCeorge Recdertold the pen
special trains brought into tbe 5t; a.pkof Columbia through 4he columns of
L UB1U3 U1WIS"! . -."i -
more ordetly, better behaved crowd wan
those who came here yesterday. In some,
,iruH.r " "- r--
, -vTrxTTntT! nrTi
y-1 , I . . mf
'I'll UK I H fl VI
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Blsiachs Mcn jjl ShoW Their
:.:,.., ,r ih ViK.
ApprcciatloiroF the Vic
tory urer rvansa-s.
TnrVi-v and all Hie "lrimnn" will
Thanksgiving Day game, according to
E. Sydney Siephrns today.
Jt js been die enstom of tho business
mm to give - haquet Jo the Tifer
-hen they annexed' the Valley champion.
Ain. but it is the opinion ot tna pusim
ness men that the Tigers deserra a ban -
-ati a a ren-ra ir u16 - .
big-end id the 16 to 7 score against Kan-
AI - !--
The bsnqart pronahiy m givra( --r ". - --. onYearA.o
al ,he Daniel Boone Tavern some UmeL ....jjTJL01 une -"a- A'0,
ec ine .11 men ami ..
' ( -t . I ..- 1I-t--.
laa win be the guests. Sure Uie Tjg-
, did not win tho Valley championship,
iere will he no football swarded in the
' TAPERS COME BY AIRPLANE
-. . . Wi--un V-tltfnn ef VT.ir. CIiaaI f IJLish. jt ffiM ftiti. 'n. i .! -.. sTm- (,. ,?
f00JII gara were enabled lo read
t the Kansas dr Siar.jeslerday contain-
np' preh-ina'T 'nfonDation ami lore-
here lor ine jioracwui-i Asrium sor ine sssane ac
casts concerning the Missouri-Kansas
At 2J5 Lincoln-Standard airplane,
( piloted y J. K. ("Tex") La-rgne,-lelt
ilia Kellaretrus field in Kansas City
..i.l. onn .v c 1....
(mu ovsj copies tu dq juTi jusi mo
Lours and fifteen minutes after ,the ,edi-1
uon went to press, in papers were being ,
ismiI on tne streets ol UMumhia.
According to Henry IL, Fox of. tho farmer tt orKltlg Oll umw
i Star's circulation department, who .had.' ' Says Mtirry Parsed in a
charge of .the distribution- hcrryeiler.j Motor Carotid Spoke ;
.day. this .special service costt'tlie.-Star k . u:
'..,-stiwi- n ,j i;-;m,(' - to nun.
jon jhe enterprise of the Columbia Evcn' -
ing .Miibourian In having's paper giv-
the. final play. ,
Many persons iwighteppies tf Ae
Star, thllllimr iL.htal-arJV-ierouM
lof the TleV.J,rf?w gsaS -They.were'
disappointed. ( '?&! t
MOVIES OF THE" CBftEMONv
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u..c. 3n:iu) ai new fl)iiiaing
utre i noiograpneo.
Moving pictures were taken Tem-nlar
during die ceremonies ef bying- the'nevc'
ome-rxononuc. uuudlng, plaster .M
:f,.'J. D?"V f Um' "efSrPMHalUille, hile workisf en a cSvctt
HUI of the University. David H. rranci.i7 m am?c'T and 'pokt-. Mu
prerident of the Board of Curators, ci1 " ?ae n ,""" if?Bd"'
E. Muns of the board of curators .and ( m T T . K0 "" ?S "0,l
other members of the faculty :) 'inef-lhat hour has any furtlier worftlieen
the stand with the members of the Ma-- ""'J"!' the rawing man.
sonic order. i ,f
Iramediateir after the un,l,. I.ml' Vftlerday as Tiunksgiving l)if and
up the- University Band marched to t)iei,,u " ,n
site of tlie new' building on Hilt street ! "tta.t' J1
and played wliile the crowd was gather. " '"
ing. The Rev. W". M. Haushalter. as
I Grand Chaplain gave the invocation and
the slone was then settled in Iacc.
I he usual .Masonic ritual was followed,
I After the atone was placed by the worl-
, men il was tried by tre sen-ate by Right
Worshipful Deputy Grand Master John
Pickard of Columbia, by the level b
1 Right Worshipful Senior Grand Warden
J. A. Oliver of Columbia, and hy the
plumb by Right Worshipful
Grand Warden It C Hunt of Columbia.
Tlin the Grand Officers rxured olL
grain and wine upon the stone to repre-
i sent peace, plenty and refreshment and
Grand Master Johnson delivered a sliorl
' address, setting forth the purposes and
1 ideals ul the ordT of Ancient tree and,
Among other things several copies of
the Columbia Evening Missoorian were
placed in the conwrstonc.
HAITI u me 1-ttyi.jsS lt,-lOKt
' cap -
liaer cap -
tain's share in vesterdaya ictory over
"Were-vcry gUdr said JUss Caroline;
ff-U. "fir Wrf the -U boys u.
im swikjo in: uuutm. uiic a rniur. aim
. . r. . n s . ..
ine ypungwi t-d h. tawin i-cn. a
'sophomore. Slie and her mother are in
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nWl I SJ10W WMI we WOUIU Cave llone
. . m ,
were sopremely happy.
LOCAL, FORECAST WAS RIGHT
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W"'hj; "'T LArUt L'
Vmui States Weather Uuicau,
P "" occasions when it makes
Heal football .Weather onThursday;
K. U.. Football L-erKecp;Wed-
ding Secret Since MarelC
r. .-i VTi : r
imracaiy .oi.owins c game ves-
lermr was announcca,' inuvjpuin'
.George Nettles of. rhelCansas football ,
.,". msnied. On Mirth 27. this
tnc iwmwriaa luai vc ouia iaic nnr.
vwr. be was wed. to Miss Uertha ulkein-r... M-.r f . riolenilv uDhol-tng.
,t CirroDlon. Mc and lha news was
kept secre- until yesterday. Mrs. Fettles j j,. ,( -pl0Trr, pf the country, fol
ia, taeV a stndrnt at the University of ' . sUlTOou by the Amejican
K4""1- ' Federation of Labor, member that they
DETAILS TO KANSAS CITY Jtt ch,I '"J '! cJ?. ,11
Tliorcas J. Sullivan s director of thoj
Unlrerslty Oab There GeU, SpecJal j publicity bureau and wilt have charge of
Report on (jaae. ' (sending the InlormatiOn over me coun-
A play-hy-play report of tle football try. v
game here vtstcrdjy was sent Ly wire According to Suilitan, organUed laber
from Rollins Field la the Chiverslty ' has been having more than a fair show.
Club in Kansas City. There the alumni ind it is time for the employers lo have
ot Missouri and Kansas who did not a flu: Jejl Ho said that the head of a
come' to tilurabU received,, the news.; business b" reryjitile io say about the
-,, ,.? r ft e.-i. wv .hnw-.m'
j . Utp. ,Jprecn,i-. RlHns nehU
OCTOBER EXPORTS SHOW CAIN
1 Imtt1 Im ThU Month
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f -vt-juhixcvov. Nov. 26. According to
f a butfn -a public here todiy the
exports for the month of. OctolwT Iiave
increased over that of rKrrrndjhe
imports have decreased. '
upcrintendent ot the
FiNton, has re -
f - - . ..
Dr. E. E. ETMK.to'.Lo-ai-n. odge Landi Issued Orders AeIrvt,
.signed his yot'n there to aetrpt a slm.
f tlar one a( Jackson. LfmiswnaDr, Evan.
j Is visiting relatives in toltunhia.
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v - yeie" ""filVf V V5T .41 fJP
( Huai)d Deatl and SaJ
There WeTtf 'No Moncyf
t roume. g
XbtUUxU t lie .BupiMnSc of
'"J auWmobiie saltsmaafwho
has been mi4ing sincr-Monday cftcrwon.
has dneIoieil a! llallmUe. Munnwas
seta ll-t-re in a Chevrolet motor car go
ing eVt within an hour after h3, left
the garage at Columbia. i.
. c,m ,.,,.. a ltm iuinJnMr
Monday afternoon says that. MurryftaM
mi ihc nange uue i a iiiuegreen
where Roy Murry and hW (am
until IjiI Monday Tiicli an
W! lK'Be wlucli seemed to mork'tlie,
l"r'' ul Ilie "T- ,F J
, Mr. Murry and her -J-year-oId daugh-J
ter. .Mary Margaret, hate spent tlm U'r
four Jjji since Murry's disappearance"
at the home of her father. F. WAllnC
on the Paris road suburbs lialf'i.mile
can of Moore's switch. Thcro' ihey, have
anxiously awaited each new reporvfrom
ll ilifferen' searching parties v.hH lure :
Jnahw-jornbed the county for any clewjihieh '
tmgliric-rrNojlirjWover of tlJ'miss-1
ing nun. - 5'
-Plese. plea.--. correct the impression
tlm lov was womini about someihinz." '
said Mts .Murry jesterdaj. "Whre he
Uft home Monday morning, he was his
uvjsl self -nothing vTong. There is no
inl. ia f ih mm.,,.. l.nt nT..
rial worries or any other trouble.' Why.
Roy called me up at noon on tbe day iu
left: He- alwav called me duriug tlie
; Mr. Allen verified the stitemew thst,
nfijm5r ifjfor anreaioA IvtHWI'W 1 . . r-
'r.e.tconieiilMi lie Irnewwe fejefl
, him, be never faileil tft call. I've Irnwn
' Mm sinco.hc war a bov" and liere'jilr,
i Allen lifted hi band "to laeaiufejiie
'right ol the hoy When M lies, uveiv.
s 'f -'j- - - -, s-i
. .! .1 .1 i- 1. s.1
iu1; icvrj tiwt w-w -- .
Murry to aid in, getaway by driving)
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n. -i tvsnfy ih
.man wrio wishes
The Kn't anything
happened to him'u
eaTI statuTe stands out
in contrast with her staunch belief that - cenffgreat war made the supreme
l-er hu'band will be found alive Her's sacrifice- in order that liberty might
U a faith that refuser t.s -be crushed not perish from the earth, and.
after many.hours of advrTre-aews. he Whereas, on the eve of said devo
han't morh Tfosay. Her father woddT--oriaLexercises and evert-whiie the
"rather have"anjone else leR about Roy." Cernun governmenT was declaring
fkietnr Mirrrv. father of the mis'ing h intention of not fulfilling the ob-
young man, has never, qeased H efforts
to fi?d a trace of his "soru -
PT lis If M S H 1 I P
JlaJiJi-iXJ s .a,
.. ivr-1 n -,U Pom t
1,al,on'vlue '"F-6-""- """"
paign launched Against
B, lv,Ki r,.-. t ,.
t.utaco, ."Sov in. a propaginai :-,
p.Jgn f atbn-wide scope was begun'
nerTtoda, againsl the closed shop which
' ti, M-nvil. which is iua being start-
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SiiUnm says ibat "al
-Sullivan cays that already 1,200 Cham
bers of Commerce- Uuihfferent cities had '
declared lhemelves in favor of fhc-move---
rcent and offered thcif suprjort of the,
campaign. The American Press Bureau
..-- . Mru -.-.-' ui ,. --"-
is 10 aia in uie monraeni cy getting iwi
-jtetisl m iU -.-,-,. f .1.. ,m.
' m. a-J j.. Mm,. ;. , !. yr, U f
TCl CLQSK "nRY"
nay issuea resualrung Orders against a !
i Icvgf nuniber of ury saloons which are
!:- I .. 1
being kept open hen- - ,
. Thesrjdares are reported lo be nuisan,
res andto come nrulerllrtiVol.td Art.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920
' S He Never Wa Known to Mis? Before i
! fr g wi ' ' "
j 1 M.4 f-sH WFSff"J9i
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t'rtm-tlic Columbia Dailr Trihitnt,
l ' . KESOLtmONS
Tls American Legion, a't its meet
ing Monday night, November 22, tin
animoudy pasoed the following res
cjutionsiwhich it submittal to tbe
Tribune tor publication: ,
Whereas, on the 11th day of Xo-mhM-
fS. American LeEiorr.pDSl
witlithe citizens of said cilyAlid,
with fitting' and proper ceremonial.
seefcfto honor those who in the re
ligations imposed upon her by the
treatof peace, the Columbia Evrn
ipg.Slissourian did publicly, through
its editorial column, extol and praise
said "German nation "as a powerful
rutHjT, capable of high things as a
, M'r" ilh language -almost di.
vineJn its appeaL" as a nation "from
which "we had accepted shiploads of
toC-t which we are refusing
"aeexpressiou of tbe soul as voiced
in grand opera," and.
Whereas, we deem such remarks
and 'sentiments at this time and es
pecially on the eve of honoring our
dead comrades unorlhy of the orE
eialfraper of the University of the
slatejof .Missouri ins-much as those
comra'des died at tbe hands of the
so-cit'ed Cernun "lultur" through
5uch"&ol means as the use of mus.
Unl ttii, the bombing of hospitals
and slbe-sinking of hopital ships.
whicrilhods sprang from the Cer
maiiioul'' and were the product of
berr learning and art,
Therefore, be It resolved, that wr.
ewdeaui at this lime such sentiment
and puldJcity1 and consider it tin-Am
rrieatiirt its spirit and derogatory l
tbc'e-iujr for which SO.00O ef our
comrades gave their lives and now
!eeivbj;eath the soil of France,
I'ntsumoosly endorsed by "Her
lert,fii!ams Po,tsof tbe American
"THE AMERICAN LEGION,
"""77" " Virgil B. Cole.
Thy; Mi-fouriirt, of course, is not
"the Official paper of the University
of lbe'5late of Miwouri."
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M.Ii J'J.i5,Jl MMfil'l ?.
Wis a ''n - ir
, fif . .illr! IU ll 1.7.7 .iRff I I r7s CSM I
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' ICoprttght 1920 by J. H. Donahej)
FfOn Aa Columbia rTieniae"
lourir.n, Xotrixbtr 10.
THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
The Cermau language lias never
liad a war. It ha s as many words
of love, it 14 as full of feeling and is
more full of music than any other
Its use lies in tbe fact that many
people spesh it. It was spoken free
ly beforfthe war in American busi
ness; at one time it was the court
language of England.
Its value to us will lie in its re
vival to prove that America is big
enough to realize she was at war with
a nation and not a language. One
cannottake MephUtopheles out of
Faust if one keeps the drama; so we
cannot discard the Cernun language
if we would keep the soul stirring
music of her eompoers.
In the eighteenth, and nineteenth
centuries when Goethe known as
excelling in every literary genre
and U'agner the originator of-caus-ie
drama were startling the world
with their genius, Cermarry was un
der ihe rule of tbe "Longheads."
Later she came under the misrule
of the "Roundheads." i
The "Longheads" were German
schobrs and musicians. Tbeir life
work belongs to the world, because
art is universal, and for that reason
alone German language is inestim
able to mankind.
The World War has disillusioned
the Germans living in America.
Their ancestors emigrated to America
during the reign of the "Longheads"
when the soul of Germany caught the
whispers of the winds into rhapsodi
es; when her aim was culture and
slie was pulsing steadily toward tbe
light. Then the "Roundheads" came
and her martial music was hushed
in her halls and set tn the rhythmic
lime or marching feet.
Should we do aay with the Ger
man language we should Iiave to re
write our histories ud our encvclo;
Ipcdias; for should the German Ian
Tguage become obsolete the men wbn
-.made it almost divine in its appeal
would no longer be of enough mo
ment lo fill their paes.
America accepted last December
tbe work of German bands in a ship
load of toys; will she now" deny ac
- cess to ihe German soul as voiced in
grand opera? -
VTe do not intend that the brate
force of Germany a displayed In
World War shall rob ns of a tongue
that has spoken to us injlrama, phi
losophy, instrumental music and
But for greater reasons than these,
must the German language be reviv
ed ie America: to show the foe,
wbonVwe helped to crush, that we
are ready to recognize her upon liar
rightful plane a powerful nation,
capable of high things.
'' T; THE WEATHER
r For Columbia and vicinity: Light rain
ji'ibiv afternoon or tonight. Saturday
I lAojily cloudy weather; slightly warmer
(tonight; lonest temperature about 33.
For Missouri: Rain probable tonight
!and Saturday; somewhat warmer east
j Overcast skies prevail in the United
! Stales, but precipitation, which has been
light, lias been confined to Texas. Okla
homa, and along the Missouri-Kansas
I border, and thence northward to South
! The high pressure now is east of the
.diesissippi, while west of that line the
pressure is falling with the correspond
ing rise in temperature.
Missouri reads are in good condition.
Mostly cloudy weather will prevail over
Saturday with occasional light rain. The
.indications point to partly cloudy Sunday
with moderate temperature.
Local Data: Tbe highest temperature
la Columbia yesterday was 40 degrees.
tRuSv.ia Js Present
Bar Soviet Recog
nition. Bf f(c4 Press.
Lomiov, Nov. 26. A second "league
of nations" met here today when the
premiers of England, France and Italy
'met lo discuss the Eastern problem.
It is said that this meeting will have
almost as much weight as that at Geneva.
Russia was present at th meeting as
a beneficiary only. France has stated
that she will merely attempt to prevent
the recognition of the Soviet Government
SAID THE COACHES
1 "Well I guess w're all happy." said
Coach John F. Miller this morning. "The
score didn't begin to tell the story. It
was one of the worst defeats we ever
gave Kansas. What impressed me more
than anything was the ay tbe whole
learn worked as a unit. If the selection
cf the AHVallev eh sen were based en
tirely on yesterday's game, my pick would
be! these eleven men who wore the gold
ana mac jerseys
J When asked to give a statement as to
I his opinion of the Misiiiii.Ksnsas game
Coach Jacies Phelan said that it hid not
j been his policy to give out any informa.
j tion concerning the Tiger eleven and be
did not desire to say anything about the
"The members of the Missouri 'eleven
plavet! their greatest game of tbe season
against the Kansas team yesterday," said
Z. G. Oevenger, director of athletics at
the University of Missouri.
BRITISH P0UCE '
Raul on Sinn Fein Leaders Is
Outgrowth of Murder of
Fourteen Oflicera I?t
HOLDING "ll3 PERSONS
Second Explosion of Week Oc
curs in Cork N. Y. Cluh
Guarded After Sinn
tf UalteJ. fiwu
Dctjuv, Nov. 26. In a grand sweep
on the Sinn Fein leaders here Rritisli
officials last night arrested a great num.
ber of men who are suspected of being
connected with the outrages vihich are
now taking place in Irrland every day
Among the persons arrested vicre Arthur
Griffith, acting president of the Irish l.'e-
) public and John McNcal, another high
official in ihe government. The raid was
'conducted as an outgrowth of the murders
i which were committed last Sunday At
thai time fourteen British orEcials were
killed. Griffith is president of the pres-
jent Irish Parliament anil .Mc.Nr.il Is
leader of a slron. organization of IriJi
I volunteers which has been organized.
Tho arrest of these too tarn came as a
I great surprite as they have been very
careful seemingly, to avoid being l.-
j plicated. It is thought that either doeu
ments have been taken in the maay raids
which have been conducted laldy Which
implicate them In the Sinn Fein activities.
or the government is just legmninj a.j
' wholesale cleanup of all the persons there '
who might he causing triable. L
. ANOTHER SOUS EXTXOStOV I.V COCK
n Csu rnss.
Com:. Nov. 2d. Two persons. 'vrr
killed and three were wounded here nf
day in a bomb explosion which occurred
in the street. This is the second one thiA
week. Police as-yet have failed to dis-l
cover who threw the bomb but a large
district is being watched and several j
persons are suspecteiL t
TiiiarT-Ym tiu.rn tv wrtc
T Uted Frsps.
Dliuv, Nov, 26. Tjiiny-nmo persons
Were killed and eiehtv-one were nounded
Jnzo?d-rfng.she-p.r WArtMn .rifVagI,VvSH
raws and bomb plots, which have ivmi
place. This list includes the civilians.!
police and soldiers who bare been either
killed or wounded. During the last week f
Ihere have tbcm a great many uresis
triArl r,r n.nAn. v.1.m m mi.uu! .J.I.
I " p"l"l "II. U.V ttJ. wtiut
blng connected with the many shootings
Hrf r-r-.rtirw hIaIs ..T1 -tf. . T--
-.- -vuiw sstvti iuu am uung puwr,
113 peions arc beins hrfI for ininsii-
tOUCX. Cl'.ltl UMOJj CltB
tt IVtftl Pt-s.
Ntw Yoac, Nov. 26. Tlie exclaur
Union Club I being closely guarded u
day follooinz iIh- .-itin-t t r. r.jJ
on it yesterday. The poIieeXhave a cordoi
arjout tne entire building. j
JAKE HAMON, OIL KING, DIES
Former Irnnniili...... k-.ii.i r.
-. - r-..v .,ati"ui .-.-
taitteeman, Metlm of Bnllct Wow-,
V r.tsJ frv
Aapjtom, Nov. 2&v-Jake Hamon. nils
lionaire oil king and former Republican
national committeeman, died here ttday
al Hardy Sanatarium. He Is reported ta
have died of acute dilation of the heart.
He was shot In the abdomen last Sunday
with a revolver.,
Last Thursday he was Relieved to haw
passed the danger point but last night
be suffered a relapse from which he.tCd ,
not recover. Mrs. Hamon and' her
daughter were at the bedside when death
He went to tho hospital last Sunday
.t.L t-li - .... ...
i.u uuuci wounu in his stomacn ana
told the physicians that he had shot hira-
u wnue cleaning a revolver. A war
rant VII !ctn4 f., !.. ...... .t STm
Clara Smith Hamon. She was report
ea 10 nave escaped to California but sras
PONY UP A PONy7PLEASE!
1 Section of Blackfoot Mine Pofd
Until White Horse Comes Bade. l
Ordinarily when a pony disappears, U'
isn't necessary to shnt down a coal rasie
but this morning when it waa foasd
'that a while pony belonging to the
Blackfoot Coal Mine was either stcdet.
or had wandered away, it was necessary
10 close one section of the nine.
And C A. Caithrr, proprietor, is out
in his automobile searching for the ani
mal. Until the pony is found or another
it obtained it will be impossible la work '
the section. The Blackfoot mine Is
xboul 5 miles north of Columbia.
SOLD EXTRACT. IS CHARGE V
McBalne Man Arminl FoUnwior . .
- Gran! tn tiJifmat.
W. L, Tremain of lessee -as been
I charge of tinkling the t by seffiag
.u. waiice comes ot lemon ex
The flrr . . .1 r. .f ... fa.
, --- -..,. lauiu me icsutl VI
dictment by the grand jury, which
wuiges mat I remain sold the extract w
Commodore Hultt on October 3. kmrwfc ,
that it was to be used for beverage pr-.
poses, and that thtC extract contained' ;
23 per cent alcohol. "-.
Tremain rrenrs i '. ! r.nr f - SJ
tH Ihe indiciment states. "J. ' .1