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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1922
IN THE FIELD OF SPORT
TO BE WAGED
Tigers Face Hardest Fight of
Sea-on in Clash Whh
AMES TO MEET GRINNELL
Willi the last tx and three weels
prnl b) man) cleen in pla)ing teams
,utide their rc-pectie iimferences the
curtain nes this Satunla) on a spltndid
array of titular contests Ulli in the Mis
souri Valle) Conference and throughout
in MU-ouri vailey circles he OLla-homa-KanH
Tggie game will be matched
with interest. The Sooner are an un.
Inovfa quantit) thusjfar. the game tomor
row marking their first iiarticipation in
ronfereiice football thi season. Hat ot
jreater interest to fan in the Valley is
the MN-ouri-Nebraa game at Lincoln.
While the Tigers hau- shown their mettle
in to conference game already tliil
season, the Cornhu-lirs thus far hac
rimained inactite with the exception ol
the Suth Dakota game, which the) won
b a topheat) score.
Vlhile report emanating from the Ne
braska camp during the last few da J
bring forth the stor) that the Cumhiigl
era ablest players arc liobbliii alout tha
tampii on crutches the Tiger mentor
and their gridders are dispo'ed to dis
count these reports coniderabl) and to
belie e that their hardest battle of the
season is to be fought Saturday afternoon.
Of the three Valley Conference cleens
in Iowa. Ames and Grinr.-ll will stage a
battle rojal in the latter's camp. Both
teams haie been defeated by the Tigers.
The Pioneers lost to the llengaU by a
one-sided sore but retrieved themsehes
somewhat lat Saturday when the) de
feated the St. Louis Dilhkens 26 to 0. The
C) clones were badly defeated in their in
itial start by a non-conference team but
they came back with a vengance against
the Tigers Iat Saturday and now- bid fair
togie the Pioneers a real contest.
The biggest Aip-et thus far in the Val
ley circuit came- in Drake's victor) over
the Ja) Iiawk eloen. The Bulldogs are ex.
peeled to take an easy game frunethe Pik
ers in St. Louis tomorrow while Kansas
adds a bit more polish h) playing Wash
burn in the new Kansas stadium.
Of more, than passing interest to foot
ball fans in Columbia i9 the Chicago
Purdje game at Chicago tomorrow.
Coached by Jimm) Phelan, former Tiger
mentor, Purdue gae the strong Notre
Dame eloen a great game last Saturday
even though Purdue lust. Little ia known
of the strength of the Chicago squad but
it is safe to predict that the) will hate
no easy contest with a Phelan-coached
eleien. In view of the fact that Chicago
furnishes ihe Big Ten with its second in
tersectional game of the season October
28, when the Maroon team engages
Princeton iat Chicago, the showing of the
Purdue squad will do much to determine
the strength of the middlewestern challengers.
Harvard-Centre Game and
Navy-Georgia Tech Battle
Will -Undoubtedly Be
HIS VIEW OF THE TIGERS
OTHER FEATURE GAMES
C. E. McDride of the Kansas City
Star Discusses the Team.
According to an outsider's viewpoint,
Missouri's football team has its share
of good material and the Tigers are well
able to hold their own in a tight pinch.
However, the team, in the opinion of C
E. McBride, sporting editor for the Kan
as City Star, fails to realize the amount
of strength that it has available. 'The' Defeating big league teams seems to be
following is a review of the Missouri-! on'' a part vf the routine everyday wort
Ames game written by McBride, which0' "Shucks" Pruett, Missouri's greatest
appeared in Tuesday's Kansas City contribution to the major leagues, now a
Star: student in the University. Lajing aside
Ohio State, Former Western
Conference Champions to
Meet Michigan in
F. M. Hearing Sends Contributions.
A contribution to the Missouri Motion
picture canura fund was received today
from Fred Morris Dealing, a graduate
of the University in 1901, who is now
United States minister to Portugal.
One Cent a Word a Day.
Six Insertions for 5c a Word.
FOR SALE Practically new Baritone
Horn. $25.00. Glen Ogle, Boom 17,
Lowry Hall. 4348
FLNE setter pups. Whelped Aug. 16.
winner owned b) G. F. Mosher of Kan
!) Sircil W Hummer, the famous
Ms City. Onl) four left from a litter 'given preference.
M.f Jui un lliruii fmnqlius Ttjalll t I III III '
. marked. All papers for registering. $40
either sex. The dam is a high class
brood anil shooting hitch. Copeland and
Palmer, MoorisVille, Mo. 45-51
The Fuller Brush Co. is completing
organization of sales force for 1922-23.
We have opening in this and adjacent
territory for two reliable, energetic men
between 21 and 40. An opportunity for
capabjc men, fairly well educated, to de
velop into executives. .Men with cars
State full details and
give phone number for personal inter
view in letter of application. Address
II. T. Bynum, Gen. Del., Columbia. B-46
lnn cai v I?..-.. ,.....:....
shape. Bargain. Taylor's Carage. T4n-1Q t0 toyman
WANTED Student with little ex
perience at printing to work from V to
fine S"T. - 'n Missourian office. Apply
FOB SALE Two home-made quilts
double bed size $5.00 each. Phone
1536 Bed. 45-47
FOB KENT OH SALE New 5-room
Louse on South side. Weathers Itealty
Co. Phone 272. WH-46
WANTED Work by expert stenog
rapher or dictaphone operator. Address
care Missourian Box BC. 036tf
WANTED A place to work for room
and !oard by reliable high school bo),
giMd rtferences. Phone 614 Creen.
rOK SALE One rord coupe, new t
tires, first class mechanical condition. WANTED Papering to Jo;
u-ed one year. Altons Carage. Phone' tk ,, -in,, . Inn TVlenlmn;
FOB SALE Oliver typewriter, good
condition. $15.00. Boom 2, Lowry Hall.
FOB SALE White Oak wood, stove
length. Thoroughly seasoned. Deliv
ered. Phone 10 L. 43tf
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOB BENT South room, call at 300
S. 9tlu A44-46
FOB BENT Two nice large furnished
rooms on first floor, reasonable. Close
in. Phone 540 Bed. P45-47
LOST AND FOUND
LOST My rubber tired Skooter. Re
ward. Edward Miller, Hicks avenue.
Phone 1923 black. M48
LOST At Christian College open
houce a Gabardine rain coat. Reward
for return. Phone Morse 466. M43-48
LOST Black. coat and tan hat at
Fairgrounds Sunday. Reward. J. S.
Knight. 609 Rollins, phone 324
FOR BENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, modem home on
College Avenue. Call 898 White. B42tf
FOR RENT One furnished room in
modern home. Phone 1351 green, 807
FOR RENT One large room with 2
beds, 513 South 5th or phone 1817
FOR RENT Excellent single room
on first floor to either man or woman. No
other roomers. Call 596 White, S41tf
FOR RENT Rooms for young men
south side near University, at $6, $7,
ami $8. Phone 1893 Black. 4147
WANTED to rent a garage. Phone
1331 Creen or 1938 White. 4146
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house on
north side $6000 per month. Weathers
Realty Co. Phone 272. W4446
FOR RENT Modern 3-room apart
ment and garage, south siJe, near Uni
versity. I'hone 1893 Black. 4147
I OR RENT Unfurnished apartment.
Possession Nov. 1, 1221 E. Broadway.
FOR RENT At Pemberton Hall,
just acoss the street from main entrance
to University. One doul-'e, one single
room for boys. JI5tf
WANTED A few more 'boarder,
either boys or girls at T03 Mo. Ave,
phone 525 green. H44-J7
AUTO PAINTING If you want your
car painted for a reasonable price phone
1743 White. 4146
GLADYS iL WHEAT
Gladys M. Wheat Houses, their deco
rations and furnishings. Costumes
Maker of Batiks. Apartment 42, No. 146
West 122nd St, New York.
Local Phone 525 Black
Br United iYrjj.
New York, Oct. 20. First real foot
ball bangs of the season start tomorrow
with an attractive program. Features of
the schedule are the games between Har
vard and Centre College at Cambridge
and Georgia Tech and the Naval Academy
Centre beat Harvard last year and the
Colonels will give the Xrimson a fight
simply because they teach thciu to fight
at Centre. Ihe Colonels, however haven t
the chance to win the) had last year.
Ccorgia Tech probably will have an in
leresting time with the midshipmen. The
southerners are strong for the st)le of
depending on a strung attack for the de
fense while the midshipmen are always
well schooled on the defense.
Featured in the middlewest will
the game between Oliio State, former
champions of the western conference and
Michigan. In addition to its effects on
the conference championship race it will
be a big game because it will be the of.
fieial opener for the new million-dollar
Other interesting games in the confer
ence will be between Iowa and Illinois,
Indiana and Wisconsin and Minnesota
Where the) will pla).
California vs. OljmpicClub at Berkeley.
Chicago vs. Purdue at Chicago.
Colorado vs. Utah at Boulder.
Columbia vs. N. Y. U. at New York.
Cornell vs. Colgate at Ithaca.
Dartmouth v. Vermont at Hanover.
Crinnell vs. Iowa State at Grinnell.
Harvard vs. Centre at Cambridge.
Idaho vs. Wash. Slate at Moscow.
Illinois U. vs. Iowa at Urbana.
Kansas vs. Washington at Lawrence.
He and Oiher Browns Win 7 to
1 for Illinois Club From
H. S. Football Souad to Play
Mutes at Fulton Tomorrow.
The Columbia High School football
squad, numbering fifteen, under Coach
Herbert Blumer, left Columbia vester-
day afternoon for Kirksville, where they
will play this afternoon.
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The 26 to 0 defeat of the Ames eleven "- "-- marked his meteoric rise from . r , " . """
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U" vJC V-OllC1;!- il rC. UllUIt- IIJU lUIISt M " -- . iuih,mic 1.1ISI-J9
i student in the University.
"Missouri rnnters who eirwrtnl n Inn."1'5 books last Friday. "Shucks" iourneved
sided Tiger victory over the Ames team11" -oM---ouse, Hit where he twirled the
and so were disappointed in the 6 to 3 r"tjl""-, club to a 7-1 victory over an
place kick victory, know not the sterling ' CafJinal 1-neup with Branch Rickey
defense the lowans waeed asainst the zt "'elr ''elm.
1 itching tlie same brand of phenomenal I
in the auditorium the night of November
2 At that time Pruett will give baseball
fans in the University the inside don- nn
how he fanned Babe Ruth and other top- $?
notcnera in hitting circles in the Ameri
The lineup of league players In the
game at Roodhouse included: Jacobson,
cf; Tbbin, rf; R. Collins, lb; Coleman,
catcher and Pruett, pitcher of the St.
Dr. J. B. Cole
Nat. Bk. Bldg. 3rd Floor
U C. JAUNCEY, D. C.
Room 13, Haden Bldg.
Res. 78t Black Office 1548
H. S. TEAM AT KIRKSVILLE
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un. " "c ui me oesi
' "Shucks" allowed
handled ten of
the average Valley f
di-rpslimste ill. Am4 (Mm (tw f.il.
lr l,nu..r h, - .-..,. ..f .,...,.,! il,Irce safe bingl
merit, a team that would have fought ! ';'eln ,in ,he manner i which he handled
well and hard and perhaps victoriously! "' "1l"no" un ar!ous occasions, b)
against an) Valley entry on the day
the big leagues tl'.ey wi" mfe' ,,le Deaf nd Durab In'
Ames was turned back. So the Ames loss
to Coe was due to Cue's strength rather
than the Ames weakness.
'Also that defeat was the making of
way of the strikeout route.
Two of the three Cadinal hits bunched
in the fourth inning, accounted for their
only marker and saved them from a shut
out at the hands of the student twirler.
.jthe Ames team for the Missouri game. Coon'Iey. Cardinal first sasker. drew the
C. II. S. Dismisses for Parade.
Columbia High School was dismissed
this morning at 10:20 o'rlock to attend
the parade given by the students of the
ruril schools of the county. Classes
were resumed at 1 o'clock.
School Student Wanted
In each of Columbia's schools to handle
our Agency for Kodak Developing, Print
ing and Enlarging. Liberal offer to right
applicants, who must be good mixers and
able to get and hold the business. Only
a few minutes required daily. We assist
agent in advertising and furnish every
thing but the customers.
EcKo Photo Company
Easton and Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, Mis-ouri.
Ames rootirs ik-clared that the team
holding the Tigers to a pair of placement
kicks was 30 per cent lietler than the
eleven that bowed to the Coe collegians
"Even so the Tigers did not show as
well as thev should have. The Missouri
Jje J team is good to look at. The Tigers are
big ami rangy and present an attractive
appearance on the field. They look like
a football team. And the) showed
flashes of fine offensive pla) and ada
mant defensivr worth in the Ames game.
But consistent-) was no part of each.
Through the center field the Tigers
drove superhl). From the 30-janl line
to the goal the) lacked the scoring punch
except from the drop kick route with
the powerful Lincoln showing a well
ruuraieu iriioy. ine ligcr line gave
way at times and the Missouri ends
were circled by fleet Iowa backs, but
alwa)s when the Tiger g"jl was threat
ened the Missouri team pulled itself to
gether and threw back the lowans until
they were forced to try for points as
had Missouri. f
"Missouri has power and looks it. The
coaches probabl) will succeed in fore-
ling the team to drive under full steam
before the season is much older. If the
Mich. Aggies vs. S. Dakota at Lansing. (Tigers ever awake to their full strenzth
Nebraska vs. Missouri at Linculn. and go on the warpath they will be dif-
Northwestern vs. Minnesota at Evans-1 f icult to hold."
Notre Dame. vs.
DePauw at Notre I GIRLS INTERESTED IN SPORTS
ime. , v
Ohio State vs Michigan at Columbus I tdoor and Indoor'Atlietics..rpp-
Oklahoma vs. Kansas Aggies at Nor-I u'ar a . H. S.
an. University High School girls are
Penns)Ivania vs. Swarthmore at Phila-iErM,'y 'nlerested in athletics either be-
Princeton vs. Mar) land at Princeton.
St. I-ouis vs. Cumberland at St. Louis.
Sjracu'e vs. Pittsburgh at S)racu-e.
Texas vs. Vanderbilt at Dallas.
U. S. .Military Acadeni) vs. New
Hampshire Slate at West Point.
U. S. Naval Acadeoi) vs. Ccorgia Tech.
Washington vs. Oregon Aggies at
Washington and Lee vs. West Virginia
t U isconsin vs. Indiana at Madison.
Yale vs Williams at New Haven.
cause of the variety of sports and exer
cises offered or on account of the inter
est and enthusiasm stirred up and kept
alive by the Girls' Athletic Association,
which meets regularly on Tuesda)s and
which is made up of all girl students
interested in athletics.
Variet) of games and exercises and a
removal of every appearance of com
pulsion as a means of making gym
nasium work interesting to the girls has
been the plan of Miss Ruth Fitzgerald,
principal of the high school.
Two volley ball teams and two basket
ba'l teams were organized, making
competition a factor in
iMonda), Tuesday and
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
Meeting Monday, October
23, 1922 at Acacia Hall, cor
ner of Hut and Broadway, at
F. P. Cass, M. C
Ray England, Scribe.
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
' Special Communication Tues
day, October 24, t p. m. i irst
degree examination, con'
Louis Niemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Creen.
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Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella 'Work. All Kinds of
Genera Repair Work.
NORTHUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-Red 100 Dorsey St
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Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone 246-Red Room 304
Engineers and Journalists
Clash for Football
While teams from every school in the
.Valley are fighting tomorrow to retain
their standing in the race and Missouri
and Nebraska are staging the game of
the season Columbia fans will ha'
chance to see a real football game here
and a valley deciding game. The Jour
nalism and Engineer game will be the
Although bear stories are coming from
both camps the Engineers are the fav
orites They will line up at 2:30 o'clock
tomorrow on Rollins field.
This will be the second time these two
teams have pla)ed and will decide the
championship between the two schools
as the score last year was 0-0.
ine new urid-grapn lootoall score
board, which showed to more than
thousand students and townspeople last
Saturday at the sophomore-freshman
class fight will be installed again on the
field and a pla) b) -play account of the
Missouri-Nebraska game will be received
and shown. Scores of all other bigl
games ol tne country will be announced.
By a lighting arrangement the posi
tion of the ball at all times is shown
on the- board, besides displaying the
player's name canning the ball and who
Tickets for the game are being sold
by student salesmen and will be on sale
at the gate. Admission will be 35 cents
The. proceeds of the game will be turned
over to the Student Council to be used
to pay the student debt.
Moving pictures will be taken of the
crowd and the game.
the work. On
g)mnasium classes report for regular
work, which consists of indoor games
folk dancing and calisthenics.
The department will make an effort
to obtain equipment for hockey teams
by the time the season for that sport
Basketball is another game which the
girls are interested in. The Universit)
High School lias no indoor court bat
Columbia Hall was rented last year for
j practice and will probably be used again
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Centra Illinois Coal.
Call 478 or 88 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin Count)- Coal
The Cunningham Circle of the Broad
way Methodist Church will have a win
dow sale of good "Eats" Saturday, Oct.
21st, at Hays Hardware Store. Adr.
this year as soon as the basketball sea
"Home Cooking Served in
LUNCH IP- lM
Parties a Specialty.
Special Dinners, Wednesday,
1-uua.y, ana ounaay iu ncac-
Lunch, Tea and Dinner Daily.
202 S. 9th.
only two base hit off the deliver) of Pru
ett and raced across the home plate when
McCurdy, Rickey's backstop, clouted out
a smart single to right field. With the ex
ception of this one inning the Cardinals
might as well have been standing in the
lowest valley of the Ozarks gazing up at
the hiehest Deak insofar .is siilvinp th !.-.
lilPrv lf ill,- iliiitofitv littlo cmittm-tiA n-,.'!
Occupying the raised position fur the
Cardinals was a former Ohio State stu
dent, Stewart, who was touched for ten
safeties b) the Roodhouse club. Jacobson,
Tobin and It. Collins, fooner St. Louis i
.Browns, led the hitting attack for Rood
house and were directly responsible for
the Roodhouse club's win.
Pruett will recount his big league ex
perience at the Debate Rally to be held
See Our Windows
Successors to Mjtiewt Mtr Ca
The Struggle for
Last year these' teams tfed with
one victory each. See Columbia's
- COLORED STARS
"Boodler" Brown (famed kicker and passer), Wingo Foster,
Richardson and Turner.
Fairgrounds Sunday, Oct. 22
Admission 50c Children 25c.
Saturday, 2:30 p. m. Rollins Field
For Victory and Benefit
This will be a red-hot, driving-, leg-breaking and
face-disfiguring melee to decide last year's 0 to 0
tie between the
game shown play-byplay
Results of other games
Admission 35 cents.
The Proceeds Go To The Student Council