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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1922
Reports From Many Universi
ties Indicate a Larger
Freshman Class Than
Columhia University Heads the
Ul With 31,000 Students
. . . y 7
, . . !
Exports from leading c.uca.iona. in-
itn!n. au over me vuum., -"-.,
marled increase in nr -nu: ""(basi, of furtishine entertainment
rear. In mo-t college the Jre-hman clas
is doridcJI) larger.
Practically all college- in the Middle
We-t show this increase. Thi- i- a record
hrraUng tear for the Lniver-itv of Illi
rwis vith a total enrollment of &3S2. an
increa.se -T 300 over la-t vear. At North
trrn 1'niveiMt) lliere are 9,000 Oti-
dmis, SCO more than la-t vear. There is
aa inerra-e ot ,w at tne umvc.su, o. .
Joa. making a roiai oi . j
At the Inhersilv of Nebraska there i,
a 10 per cent iacrea-- making it Mcr--arv
for the I-islaure to provide for eipan
swn in lit futare. Marquette lnivrritv
and Depauw Lniver-ity report a raurh
larger attendance ak. Michigan. Wis
consin and Minne-ota de-cribe their- as
a "moJrra:e and normal growth."
IV lm.rrs.ty of Cabfornia has an in
crease of 00. making a total of 15,000.
Toe LmverMtv of Te-" record exceeds
lhal of previous vear
Columbia lnivTrs.lv. in the heart of
ew Wl City, has the large-! eiroll-
nent with 3I.UU0 students. Penn-vlvania I
has i9JM. Harvard opened it- two ban-
One Cent a Word a Day,
F0R-SLE Household goods. Barred
Rock pullets and cockerels; garden tools,
October 23 at 2 o'clock sharp; C B.
ReiJ. 503 Lyons street. K48-J9
FOR SALE Practically new Baritone
Horn. $23X. Clen Ogle, Room 17,
Lavrry HalL 4348
F1.NE setter pups. Whelped .-lug. 16.
winner owned by C. F. Moher of Kan
1922. Sired by Cummer, the famous
us Gty. Only four left from a litter
of eleven three females. Beautifully
i i n .. r .::..- em
cu. rtaiUV.. LOST - Saturday between Rotlin
Giber sex. Tne tun is a high classic. .. ....... f ,.,
. , . . . . . , , , . r iu ana jrgmia Ave., a scarf, i hone
brood and shooting bitch. Copeland ana en ni,. VifllQ
rduccT, -iiouriswiic, iiu -j-ji
PLV.N0 FOR SALE One splendid up
right piano for sale. Terms if wanted.
Phone No. 1679, 104 Westwood Avenue.
FOR SALE E?-ex touring, fine
shape. Bargain. Tavlor's Garage. T46-49
FOR SALE White Oak wood, stove
length. Thoroughly seasoned. Deliv-j
ered. Phone 10 L. 43tf
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT One nicely furnished
roon for boys, 615 Lee St phone 1194
FOR RENT Two nice large furnished
rcums on rtt floor, reasonable. Close
in. Phone 540 Red. P45-17
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, modern home on
College Avenue. Call 893 White. B42tf
FOR RENT One laree furnished
room. Phone 824 black. 108 S. 6th. 47tf
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
Suitable for one or two, at 203 S. 8th
St. Phone 1583. A47-52
FOR RENT One large room with 2
ledj, 513 South 5th or phone 1817
FOP. RENT-Excellent single room
en Erst floor to either man or woman. No
ther roomers. Call 596 White. S41tf
FOR RENT Ideal Poultry and dairy
farm. 6 room house, good poultry hou-e
ad barn, 15 acres of ground. 2 miles
ot on Fulton Cravel. A real bargain
" taken at once. Possession November
! Price $35 per month. Call 317 or
586 Creen. S48-50
FOR RENT At Pemberton HalL
Jasl acoss the street from main entraace
University. One douMe, one single
gun for boys. J15tf
RANTED Student with little ex
Psrience at printing to work from 1 to
' P. m. in Mis-ourian office. Apply
to Foreman. B48
SvLESMtX Organizer wanted to
develop territory and build up a per
" business for him-elf, selling
Matthews Full-Automatic Farm Light
f-J Power Plants. Mut be experienced
B ttis line. Applicant should be able
finance himself during the period of
"-iliil development of territory. For ap
Pouilment write or wire JL C Gxgrav,
T Matthews Engineering Co, Sanduk,
FOR RENT Will sub-let until Jan.
wtU furnished apartment, five rooms
Idred eighty-seventh year vvilh 6,000, a
larger number than ever before.
Dartmouth, Princeton and Yale also
j report increases in their enrollment.
GLEE CLUB ISN'T ALL GLEE
Organization Has Triple Function
This Year, Says Almstedt.
"Tlie Glee dub has a triple function
to perform this season," said Dr. Her
mann B. Almstedt, professor of Cermanic
languages and literature in the Univer
sity, vho Thur-dav accepted the di-
j rectorship of the club for the coming
1) ear. "It mut stimulate good singing
-ret good music, it must represent the
j University worthily wherever it
(h"fl"" ate and it o-t
Jviorl. so vell that the right kin
" "- HCH tllU. 11JC IJEIM A.1I1U -
-:--.. t:.i f
students may Le atlractod to the Uni-
Doctor Alm'tedt explained that the
c,w cob j upoa ,
fJucj,;,,.,-! d culluTa l not on ,he
amusement "for curious ears as he
said. lie believes that the work of the
club ought to rank above the routine
work of the classroom, especially since
this )ear no rau-ic department has been
installed in the Univrrsfty.
Ve cannot afford to send out-over
tne state anvthing but the bet in pro.
and training." he said. ""And it
. my . .o pnrt;Jr M j c
attempted heretofore, something worth
.,;... for those h seeL the things
.worth while in mu-ic.
Onlv the be-t voices In live University
will be sought, he said, and an effort
will be made to make tlv club even
larger than it wa last vear. He feels
that mu-ical training can and ought to
take its place In the curriculum of the
University, and that since no other op
portunity for singing is now being of
fered, the Glee Club can solve the prob
lem for tbo-e wI.o desire work in vocal
training. He has decided that no
"slap-tick" numbers shall find their way
into the club's program this ea-.in, ami
promises the club a trip.
Six Insertions for 5e a Word.
and bath, with complete kitchen and
table equipment, etc Ideal location,
heat and water furnished. $50.00 per
month: call l'J15 black. S48tf
WANTED Papering to do; good
work at 30c a roll. Telephone 1596.
LOST AND FOUND
Lici-iirown anu wn.ie com,, pop, -p-J ; proam for ,,,e vear.
name Bruno; if jou find him phone 1660
Buddie Lucas and receive reward.
LOST My rubber-tired Skooter. Re
ward. 'Edward Miller, Hicks avenue.
Phone 1923-bIack. M43
LOST Friday, between Jesse Hall
and Ninth and Elm, Ladies Elgin gold
watch with gray strap. Reward. Phone
11093 Black. 47tf.
LOST At Christian College open
hou-e a Gabardine rain coat. Reward
for return. Phone Morse 466. M43-48
LOST Black teat and tan hat at
Fairgrounds Sunday. Reward. J. S.
Knight, 609 Rollins, phone 324.
LOST A pair of shell rim glasses in
black case, between 300 College and
Jes-e HalL Return to Mi-sourian Of
LOST Two library books on "the
Origin of the Alphabet" author, Isaac
Tajlor, if found phone 1309 Green. 47tf
LOST At mass meeting last evening,
a brown leather hand bag containing pa
per bills, also U. D. C convention notes.
719 Hitt or call '810. Reward. 47-48
GLADYS JL WHEAT
Gladys M. Wheat Houses, their deco
rations and fnmishings. Costumes
Maker of Batiks. Apartment 42, No. 146
West 122nd St, New York.
Local Phone 525 Black
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
Meeting Monday, October
23, 1922 at Acacia Hall, cor
ner of Hitt and Broadway, at
Ray England, Scribe.
No. 602, A. F. & A. JL
Special Communication Tues
day, October 24, 7 p. m. First
degree examination, con
ferring 2nd degree.
Louis Niemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Creen.
LAWN MOWER GRINDING
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. All Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTHUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-Red 100 Dorsey St,
W. B. PALMER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone 246-Red Room 304
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois CoaL
Call 478 or 83 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin County Coal
Huskers Hae Creates! Team in
Nebraska's History and
One That Is Among
Best in Ihe Country.
TIGERS GIVEN WELCOME
Men Fought Hard hut Were
Powerless Against the
Heavy Team of the
While Mis-ouri went don to one of the
biggest defeats in )ear Saturday at ihelk o
hands of a superior football machine. Ne. j
braska iud reserves on the sideline in suf
ficient number to meet three full teams
on the same da.. There eems to be lit
tle doubt, in the mind- of tliuse who at
tended the Husker-Tigcr fri. that the
Cornhuskers have one of the best teams
in the country.
The Ilusker formations were perfect.
Every plav was based on a shift and the
interference formations probably have
never been equaled n the valley. Daw
son's men showed about the fastest mov-
in; heavy line in the history of valley '
The sensational runs and superior head
work of Captain Chick liar tic- heralds
him as a candidate for all-American hon
ors while Preston, quarterback; Llewel
len and Dewitz. halfbacks; bid fair as
contenders for the valley honors.
The powerful Ilusker offense scored at
will except in the third period. The work
of the Nebraska line continually opened
up holes for the carrying group and
downed the Tiger forward wall with a
continued spiking play.
Lincoln and mit!; starred for Mis
souri, while Knight handled his punts
welL Hill played a good game at end and
Jimmie Palermo was the Bghtin; bul
wark of the line.
The welcome given the Tigers at the
Wabah -talion last night was one of the
bits of real sportsmanship shown bv the
rooters and the members of the team sa
they appreciated it.
YEAR'S PROGRAM ARRANGED
Ag. Faculty Wives' Club Has Infor
The Ag Club Facullv Wives Club
The officers are: President, Mrs. S. T.
Simpson; ecreury and treasurer, Mrs.
Sam B. Shirky. The programs are in
formal and the purpose of the club is to
furnish a pleasant social hour for the
wives of the members of the faculty
of the College of Agriculture.
The club met la-t Wedneda) with
Mrs. L. A. Weaver. On November I.
Mrs. II. I Kempster will be the hostess
and Mrs P. H. Ross will ta'k on the
Monday, November 27, Mr. M. F.
Miller will be the hostess and Mrs. F.
L. Duley is on the program. Mr. R.
E. Waddell will give a musical program.
Mrs II. L. Kempster and Miss Louie
Stanley will speak on "Budgets" Decem
ber 13, at the home of Mrs. M. M. Jones.
Mrs. S. T. Simpson will have a New
Year's party for grown-ups on Decem
ber 30. A play will be given by Dr.
W. J. Bobbins and other men. On Jan
nary 10, Mr. F. L. Duley will be
ho-tess and Mrs. T. S. Townley will give
one of DeMaupas-ant's short stories.
January 24. 'Mrs. E. A. Trowbridge will J
be hostess and .Mrs. 11. A. Carainell
will talk on her experiences in South
The following is a summary of the
rest of the year's program: February
7, Mrs. T. S. Townslev, hostess and
Mrs. W. C Etheridge will speak on
"Art"; February 21. Mrs. W. L. Nelson,
hostess and a review by Mrs E. A.
Trowbridge on 'Outwitting Our
Nerves"; March 7. Mrs II. A. CardinelL
hostess and Mrs. T. S. TownJey will give
L Hyde will give a resume of recent
novels; March 21. Mrs. C A. Helm,
hostess and Mrs. W. L. Nelon will talk
on "Unusual Home Recipes of House
hold Helps"; Saturday. March 31, Mrs.
W. C Etheridge and Mrs Sam Shirky.
hostesses and Mrs M. M. Jones in
charge of the Easter party for the
children for which each member will
bring three decorated eggs; April 18,
Mrs. P. II. Ros hostess and Mrs. C
A. Helm in charge of the readings;
April 28. a spring picnic at the home
of Mrs M. F. Miller.
TO USE UNIVERSITY SCENES
Views of College of Agriculture
Will Appear in Magazine.
Seven pictures taken from the files of
the Agricultural Editor of the Univer
sity will appear in The NationaHGeo
giaphic Magazine in an article On Mis
souri, according to a letter received by
Col. J. F. Williams. University Publish
er, from Frederick Smpich of the De
partment of Stale at Washington.
These pictures include a view of
Francis Quadrangle, a picture of the
float "Spark Plug" in the farmers pa
rade last year, a picture of students pre
paring an Angus calf for the show ring.
a picture of students threshing wheat
on the University farm, one of the
disabled veterans working in the gardens
one of the class in bee-keeping taking
honey from the hives and a picture of
the Farmers picnic.
The exact date of publication of the
article has not been set.
the Field of Sport
St. Louis Universil), 30; Cumberland,
Drake. 31; Washington U. 7.
Iowa, 8; Illinois, 7.
.Michigan. 19; Ohio Sute. 0.
Minne-ota. 7; Northwestern. 7.
Chicato, 12 Purdue, 0.
Wi-consit, 20; Indiana. 0.
Nebraska, 48; Missouri. 0.
Oklahoma 7; Kansas Aggies, 7.
Ames, 7; GrVinell, 0.
Kan-as Universil, 32; Washburn, 0.
.Michigan Aggies. 7; South Dakota. 0.
Notre Dame, 34; De Pauw, 7.
Marquette, 50; United States Air
Coe. 29; Dubuque. 0.
Cornell College. 14; Iowa We-Ieyaa. 0.
Wabash. 55; .Milhken, 0.
University of Detroit. 10; B-:on Gil-
Charlc-ivn. 19; P.poar Bluff. 0.
Ohio Universitv, 37; We-trm Ke-erve,
Harvard. 21; Centre 10.
Yale, 3t; Williams 0.
Princeton, 26; .Maryland, 0.
Army, S3; New Hampshire, 0..
Nar), LI; Georgia Tech. 0.
Girnell, 14; Colgate, 0.
Univers t) of Pennsj Ivania, liSwarth
Lafayette, 2S; BucknelL 7.
Penn State. 33; Middlebury 0.
Pittsburgh. 21 ; Svracuse, 14.
Tufts 7; Norwich. 0.
Brown. 6; Lehigh, 2:
Iswdcia, 6; Colby, 6.
Georgetown, 28; Furdham, 6.
Maine. 19; Bates 6.
Johns Hopkins, 16; Haverford, 3.
Vanderbilt. 20; Texas 10.
Tulane. 18; Camp Penning, 0.
University of Siuthern California. 6;
University of Nevada, 0.
University of California, 25; Oljmpic
Stanford University, 9; St. Mary's Col
Univerit) of Washington, 14; Oregon
North Dakota Aggie-. St; Montana
Colorado School of Mines 19; Utah
Utah Universitj, 3; Colorado Univer
UNIVERSITY HIGH LOSES
TO DEAF AND DUMB TEAM
Local Eleven Outplay Opponents
Hat Penalties Cause Their
Defeat 7 to 0.
The L'niversity High SUicol suf
fered its second defeat of the gridiron
sea-on at Fulton Saturday afternoon
when it lost a hard fought battle to
the Deaf and Dumb Institute by the
score of 7 to 0.
Altnougn Loach Leavels warriors
were on the zero end of the core, they
gained about five times as much yardage
as the Mutes. The local squad scored
two touchdowns, but both were ruled out
becau-e of penalties impo-ed b) the of
The Institute's score was made by a
long 85-yard run, the only time the
Mates were able to cross the 35)ard line.
The ball was in the Institute's territory
throughout the major part of the con
University High had the ball within
the 6-yard line seven times but were
unable to score becau-e of orne misfor
tune. The ball was on the Mute one
foot line when the final whistle sounded.
Captain Jacobs and Boyle starred in
the backfield, while Heller was the
main cog of the University High ma
chine in the Jin. Pickering played a
stellar game at end.
Coach Leavel will take his eleven to
Carrollton Frida). Carrollton was re
cently defeated by Columbia High by
the score of 20 to 0.
Find Use for old Tennis Courts, j
The old tennis courts south of tbei
gymnasium, unused and grown up
weeds have been converted into nine
"barnyard golf links" and two croquet
courts under th direction of R. P. Har
ris foreman of athletic grounds Harris
says that the links are particularly good
for the heavier brand of horse-shoes and
believes that many persons will now
learn the ancient game of fruoits. In hi
opinion, the other athletic grounds are
in better shape now than ever before
at this season.
Auto Radiator Repair
All work guaranteed.
In Cook Bros. Garage,
on North Seventh
Sweat Baths, Massaging
For Your Health
Virginia BIdg. Phone 1941
Office hour, 8:30-12; 2-6; 7-10.
GAME ENDS IN
7 TO 7 SCORE-
Grinnell Loses to Ames When
C) clone Captain Makes 80
Yard Run for a
DRAKE DEFEATS PIKERS
Washington Makes Touchdown
in Third Quarter in Uneven
Struggle With Bull
Under the line smashes and short end
runs of Stark. Axline and Sears lhrlcn,,c v,r,e ol her ac,,nS a waling!
Sooner line watered and broke in the ' llut ,"f MN ""'8,'- Her next en
first and second p-riods of the Okla p?nent as as leading, woman with.
in.ma Kansas Aggie game. In spite oil
the Aggies offensive the Sooner goal
was never in dancer after the sror'mp ,.f !
llie Aggies in tne first quarter.
The Oklahoma eleven braced in the I
second and gave the fans some thrilb
when they worked the ball three times to.
the Aggies four-)ard line. Pete Ham-
mert. Siuner half-back, skirted the Ag
gies right end for eleven yards and a
touchdown. Bowels tackle, booted a
place kick, which tied the score. 7 to 7.
The Piker eleven of Coach Rider was !
no match for the Drake Bull Dogs who I
hil.1 nr 11..? .... VT..U: . !
j-,,... ..fr m ui-.(r-a -S.UIC M OSUlilglllil
was able to put over a touchdown in the
third quarter when Thumser reeled off
J- ) arils through lice Drake team to
their 3-)ard line. A pa--. Tliuai-rr to
L)Ie, wis complete.
The PiLer line crumbled continually
before the Ine bucks of tlie Bull Dog
backs Only in the third period did
Washington stem the onslaught for a
Crianell lost its chance ,to win over
the Ames eleven when Wolter, Cyclone
cjptain. picked up a fumble and ran
eighty yards for a touchdown in the last
period of the game.
The Pioneers had worked the ball
down the field with a series of off-tackle
pla)s and passes wlvn the ball was lost.
24 S. 9th.
. Better , j'R Jj
cigarettes tKJfta? ''
A beautiful 14-room houe, fine for fra- B m W 4 X ?Sfl& v
C-sw JZr&&&, '
lornity or sorority. Cheap if sold at "&& .vfX&TTS&fs !-
once. Weathers Realty Co. Phone 272 'S!a sssstfeatsvWflOll J& &&
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Announcement iw KBKkMSHM ?'
A IvvvvvvvHT t
. Foot Comfort --k HT .
jLemonsiraior h h b h b
specially trained - H m 3 H
- will be at this store HuBIBs -llter DurIey
October 24. HB-P
800 Broadway. CHIMNEY I ,
corner! The Blackfoot Coal Co.
. .. . "Hone Cooking Served in H fc,. yirtf rflB .TffirKv
mi) Home-Like Surroundines" 1 flSii flS AgQ SS
I Billiards ggl-py
915 Broadway Sltri f I
I Cigars ' Tobacco SHB I
' LUWCH IP- tL 1
g ' T-T-ii---rs-5' tea 2J-SP P 111
MERCEDES DESMORE HAS
LEAD IN THE CLIJIAX"
Noted Englishwoman Plays Main
Role in Dramatic Arts Club
The leading role in The Climax," by
William J. Locke, which is to be pre
sented November 7 under the auspices
of the Dramatic Arts Club, will be
played by Mercedes Drsmore, :n Eng
lishwoman. Miss Desmore was bom in Losdon,
and began her dramatic career as a.
! small child,, pla)ing with such celebrities!
jas Ellen Terry, Sir BeerKfhm Tree.'
Ceorge Crcxsmilh and Mrs. Lew Waller.
Her first appearance in America, eight
years ago. was in the role of Joseph's
sweetheart, in "Joseph and His Breth-J
ren." After the close of this successful
engagement, she was selected by Mar-'
garet Illingtcn to play opposite her in,
"The Lie," by Henry Arthur Jones in'
'which she scored a triumDh in the role.
of t,,r deceitful sister. More than one
J'-" "-" " -"
Recently she played with John and
Lionel Barry more in "Peter Ibbeton."j
j'h ,hc J"rvr Yorl- Pfod action of Three
L"r clw-'" -' ' i'r- EoH of
L"nJ"1 In "eral Y,uV- productions'
She is admired becau-e she combines
genuine ability and perfected techaique
with great per -oral charm.
B. F. F0KB1S, D. C-Pn. C
Three-Year Palmer Cradoate
Office 516-18-20 Guitar Building
Office. 1222; Res, 1533-black
Parties a Specialty.
Special Dinner Wednesday,
Friday, and Sunday to Reser
Lunch, Tea and Dinner Daily.
202 S. 9tk.
DWHER e-7 I W
II. Pike Lawler, Masseur
Office hours: 8-10 a. m.
1-2 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 2065
Res. Phone 2040
COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
One Big Night
SENSOTON&L MELQDBMATIC COMEDV
EESl-L iFi! $& Y&fT
m mr mow1 txm mm
VDU LIKE EVErrVBOCV ELSE WILL BE ENTHUSIASTIC
'mtu rr-BECflusE ns cckedy-thrills and romance make
ITA PERFECT ENTERTAINKENT '
Seats on Sale Wednesday, 10 A. M. Mail Orders Now.
Common Sense Prices, 50c to $1.50 box seats 1.30
fifteen f!5) La. JL - A
me -i immka, jsju&Asie;? m
Don't Let Cold Weather Find Your. Coal
Bin Empty! We can supply your needs at"
We handle: 2, 4 and 6 inch lump as well as
egg. Our supply comes to us direct from
an electrically equipped mine.
PROMPT SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY
109 N. 9tli. Phone 1237
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
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