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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURUN.UESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1922
''Chuck" Lewis Who Saw Colo
rado Game Saturday, Says
K. U. Has Well-Bal-
HLTHE FIELD OF SPORT
HAVE EXPERIENCED LIiNE
Ja) hawker Considered Super
ior to liger Can Plunge
and Pass With Equal
"Kansas his a well balanced team."
That is the warning being issued through
ml Tigertown by "Chuck" Leu is. Tiger
junior, who scouted the Kan-as-Colora-
do game at Lawrence, Saturtla.
"Missouri will have lo battle all the
from whi-te to whistle," said Lewi.
not only considered better
tflnan the Tigers on comparative scores
tnis vear, dui wcv nave many more vet
erans on the Muad and are in need of a
victory over Missouri to make their sea
McAdams, 170-pound right half, a
three-year man, is one of the best open--
fietd runners in the Vallcj. He starred
in the Wet Point game, making several
good gains. According tu Lewi- he is
man worth watching at all times. Spur
(n, 193-pound halfback, is also a
veteran. He has enough weight to crash
though most lines and is well adipted
to line ru-Jiing on a muddy field.
Burt, 180 pcunds fullback, is not poor
ben it comes to line plunging. He is
said to be one of the hardest hitting full
tacks in the Valle), and plays the slam
hing game of old time football. Kreugcr,
190-pound quarterback, is another vet
eran of note. He is a good buckcr and a
ell-dril'ed field general. Wilson, 160
pounds, who a!-o calls signals is an ex
cellent passer .and his name in the line-
tp signifies an aerial game on the part
of the Javhawks.
Several veterans are" in the line. Rlack
at end will be remembered by Tigers be
cause of his ability to catch long passes.
Iliggins, guard, is captain of the Jay-
haL squad this year.
Although Kansas tried several passes
against Colorado Saturday they were
unable to complete as many as they have
in past games, probably due to the
slumping of the K. U. team, which was
playing a winning game.
'The Javhawk team is one of the best
balanced squads I have ever seen," said
Lewis. They can pass and plunge with
Tner Lef End Was the Star
Throughout Game Here Yester
The Columbia Athletics, negro football
team, defeated the Maroon Athletic Club
ot Des Moines. Ia at ih f,;, n,.A.
i"'"'j auernoon n to 0.
Turner, playing left end for the Ath
cut, a3 ine star r th. ut.
kicking being largely responsible for the
uiauia teams victory.
Affr in .L... . r
. ., "'"" 0I PunIS lollowing
."; -....-oil oy llie Athktics, the b
was recovered bv the W.il m
fumble and the Columbia team took the
oan uy straight football from midfield
to the visitors' 15-vard line, where a
pass from Tibbs to Turner over the goal
line resulted' in the only touchdown of
the game. Turner failed in his attempt
to kick goal.
In the third quarter, Jones, punting
for Des Moines from his own 3-vard
line, kicked the ball over his head and
behind his own goal line, where he re.
covered it for a safetv.
In the last quarter. Turner nl.irml n
drop-kick between the Maroon eoal
posts from the 30-vard line for the last
coring for the day.
The game was marred hv frmnmi
altercations between the plavers. On
two occasions the rule book was brojght
lrom the sidelines to settle disputes.
Rollins Field Will Not Receive
Visitors Till Saturday
Game Is Held.
TWO BACKFIELDS READY
Coaches Are Drilling Players in
Uetense of all Plays
Kansas Is Expected
to Use in Game.
Defeat Blacks Lvosers
Winners a Smoker. "
The m-n's rifle club of the University
is divided into two sections or teams
known as the Golds and the lilacks. Last
Wednesday the Colds defeated the
Blacks, in a closely contested rifle match,
and the Blacks immediately chal'enged
the Colds to another match to be fired
the following Fridaj, the losers giving
a smoker for the winners. The Colds
again defeated the Blacks, and the
Blacks entertained them with a smoker
at R. 0. T. C headquarters Friday night.
The members of the two teams anil
their scores in the match fired Fridav
Colds :G. FBoefer 97, K. S. Keller 94,
L. E. Young 91. II. W. Benton 89. Drv.
den Hodge, 89, D. S. Baker 88, J. M.
MacMillan 87. J. E. Smith 87. W. J.
IWilkcrson 89, D. E McFadden 89.
Black: C. A. Luther 94, C J. Watson
yj, J. U. Hughes 92, N. C. Vanzant 91,
J. M. Clark 87, J. M. Gray 86, C. F.
Aldrich 83, A. B. Clover 84, Joe Her
rin 83, Jerome Frakes 78.
Total scores: Colds, 901 for an aver
age of 90.1; Blacks, 873 for an average'
wl Of,. .
Christian Church to Choose Site.
I The members of the Christian Church
vtill hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock to
morrow evening to receive and act upon
the report of the building committee in
rrgird to thc site for the new church.
V. B. Hodges Dies in Mexico City.
V. B. Hodges, a former resident of'
Missouri and brother-in law of Nannie
B. Wright of Columbia, died 'of pneu
monia at Mexico City, Mexico, a week
ago lat Sunday. .Mrs, Virgil Largcnt.
who lives north of Columbia, is a sister
of Air. Hodge. The body was taken
to Fort Townsend, Okla. for burial.
If work, spirit, coaching and knowl
edge of football can win a same, the
Tiger is due to mix a little Javhawk with
his Turke) on Tliankssiving Day because
cverj thing is being done lo put the Ben
gals into the best condition to beat Kan-
Coach Carrit) announced vesterdav af-
tcrncon that no Tiger upiorters would
be allowed to see the squad in action un
til Saturday when the eleven Dlavs the
'All-Americans" for this is secret prac
tice week. It will be the first time the
Bengals have worked under cover this
"Tex" Lewis, flashy substitute half
back who has been coining to the front
during thc last two weeks, received a
bruise on his collar bone during scrim
mage yesterday and will prob'abry be- out
for the ret of the season.
Dundschu entered into the scrimmage
last night, a sure sign that he will be
used in the Kansas game. Kershaw
wiore football spikes yesterday for the
first time since his injury early in the
season. Although Ids iihvsicians liave
advised him not to play, the fighting
quarterback is insisting that he will be
in condition to play in the Kansas game.
However, it is doubtful whether or not he
will be able to scrimmage this week.
If these two veterans are in condition,
Missouri will possess cnoj;h good back-
field material tu put two different back-
fields into motion during the game. With
Lincoln, Bond, Fowler and Scannell in
one combination, the Tigers have Knight,
Budschu, Kershaw, and Adams in the
second combination. These eight men
are all tried and found to be "there"
though the first four men have been used
when it comes to playing football Al
though the first four men have been used
more this vear, Lincoln is the only veter
an of them, while of the second four.
Adams is the only first vear man.
The Tigers are strengthening their
defense againsr forward ''passing-which
Kansas has been using successful!) this
voked. with all his powerful eloquence,
that hidden impulse lurking in man,
which for a better name we call, spirit.
The result wis that when scrimmage was
called the backs began to go into the
line with cheery remarks to the line that
this was "much better" while the line re
plied with assertions that the backs were
plaing better than they had plaved all
What was the net result? Why a fight
ing chance against Dartmouth. Columbia
has physical equipment but has lacked
that mental attitude which to the unini
tiated means so little but in reality
counts so vital!) when the game is on and
strong men are opposed. Princeton had
it against Chicago. Alabama had it
against Pennsylvania. Virginia Military
Institute had it against Virginia.
"If jou won't be beat you can't be
beat!" How those words of the late
Mike Murphy, uttered in the dim half
light of a l'ennsvlvania dressing room
liave gone down through the years. And
how often have they been verified.
ALUMNI HERE TO SEE GAME
SPIRIT NECESSARY TO WIN
- PHONE 55
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FOR SALE-Come out to 1400 Rich-
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best real estate bargains in Columbij. A
four room cottoge, modern except beat;
in first-class condition throughout. Small
payment down. Easy terms on balar.ee.
FOR SALE A strictly modern 5 room
house. No. 9 Allen Place. Possession
January 1. Phone 145. M65tf
FOR, SALE OR EXCHANGE for Co
lombia property sixty acres of good land,
food improvements, near good town.
Terms. F. S. Lonsdale, 911 A Broadway.
old. Collar engraved with B. W. Lucas.
907 Lowry. Phone 1558. 73-75
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WANTED .Comforts to tack, also
quilting and sewing of all kinds. Phone
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York U. Coach Shows Power
By Coasohdited Piru Aicition
New York, Nov. 20. What spirit can
do to a football eleven was adequately
' demonstrated Ihur-day upon the Colum
bia lootball field when lorn Thorp, who
in his time was a famous Blue anil White
guard, took hold of the eleven for an
hour or two. Tom is the coach of the
New York University team, but that out
fit had a fall-off and so Thorp accepted
Buck O'Neill's invitation to glance over
the situation. He found the linemen
loafing because of their belief that the
backs did not support them properly. He
found the backfield in a mood to criti
cize the forwards for laxity in defense
Thorp did no active coaching. He
merely took the linemen aside and talked
Columbia to them. Then he did the
same with the backfield. He got them
out of themselves, made them dismiss
their petty grievances and finally, in- UJ:
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WANTED Washings to do, called for
and delivered. Phone 1730 Greru
Old Grads Among1 Rooters
The Washington game brought many
Missouri alumni back this past week-end.
Among those who attended the game was
Warren W. Browne of St. Louis, who
received his B. S. in Education in '15.
Browne is a member of the Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity and was a track man
when in the University.
Jack Crawford and Frank Armstrong
were here from Sedalia. Crawford re
ceived his A. Bin "22, and is now an
investment banker. He is a member of
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and was
a Tri Chi and a Kazzer. Armstrong was
enrolled in law, and is a member of the
Kappa Alpha fraternity. He was also
a member of Delta Theta Phi and Quo
Dr. Horace H. Shackelford, now prac
tising medicine in St. Louis, received his
A. B. in 10 and his A. M. in '13. Doctor
Shackelford was presdent of the Alumni
Association last year, and is active in
Univerrity effairs. He was one of thc
speakers at thc mass meeting Friday
Itaymon S. Springgate came up from
Marshall where he is a coach and teach
er of vocational agriculture. Springgate
received his B. S. in Agriculture in "21.
J. J. Sheridan, sport, writer for the
Globe-Democrat, Joseph F. Holland of
the Post-Dispatch and Roy Codsey of
the Si. Louis Star covered -the game for
their respective papers.
AT THE HOSPITALS
Notre Dame Has Perfected the
Aerial Game Under
Tutelage of Coach
PENN STATE IMPROVING
Season Has Been Replete With
One Upset After Another
Bv Walter Camp
New York. Nov. 21. A combination
of a well developed running game and an J
'"I""'" luiwaiu passing attack is com
ing more and more to be recognized a ne
cessity for consistent scoring as the foot
ball season progresses.
That is' shown strikingly in the case
of Notre Dame.- Notre Dame has not
the old power on running attack that she!
had in the day of George Gipp or that
she possessed last year. That gives her
opponents a better chance to diagnoa
and defend against tricky forward pass-
was with feelings of.pityjhat the public I
coniempiaiea ine slaughter to be inHict-
ted bv Glenn Warner's Piltsbursh Pan.
thers. Lo and behold. Penn held Pitts- '
i burgh en an equality and was only beat
en out by the margin of one point for
The fact that tackle Bob Fisher of Co
lumbia wears cveglasses especially made
and specially protected while playing is
an unusual thing. It recalls the fact
that back around 1838 or '99 a Callau
det College guard wore a steel leg brace
under his stun guard.
Notre Dame to Play Army in 1923.
By Vmttti Freiu
South Bevd, Ind, Nov. 21. "Notre
Dame and the Army are not going to se
ver football relations. Negotiations are
now under way for another game in
1923," savs Knute Rockne, athletic di
rector of Notre Dame.
Jonathan Apples for Sale.
Call J. T. Howard, 44-U. Delivered,
per barrel, $5.00; per bushel basket,;
You can get them quickly at the Commons. You
see them cooked to your order.
And you save money on our prices.
On The Campus '
Breakfast 7:158:45; Dinner 11:3012:45
Those "admitted this! morning
'Ruth F. Hurley and Lee Shannon.
On die A. Buell was discharged from
the hospital this morning.
Lisle Jeffrey was discharged this morning.
Knute Rockne, at Notre Dame, has the
aerial game as well perfected as anj
coach in thc country. He began the scien
tific development of this style of play
long ago and last year and the year be
fore he realized upon its perfection. This
vear he has liad a lot to do owing to the
depletion of his nucleus of veterans. Thc
result has been that even with the really
good execution of his overhead attack he
could not again earn a victory over the
The Navy is showing a trifle more life,
but from the result of the Army-Notre
Dame game the sailors now appear to
have no better chance to win the annua
classic from the Army than they did be
fore. Penn State is improving this week
under Bezdck's arduous efforts. That
coach saw enough faults in his charges
in the game against the Navy to fill a
book. Wilson is coming to life and do
ing the work of which he is capable.
When will Pennsylvania stop springing
the "unexpected? The Heisman pupils
had a rather inauspicious opening at the
start' of the season and sorrow was ex
pressed oter what the Navy would do
to then. Then after trailing in that game
through' the first half, they leaped on the
Middies,'-sprang a surprise on the unsus
pecting' public, and won the game in the
secbnd'half. Football fans were iust be-
'j ginning 'to predict a great future of ths
ned and liiuc combination when along
came the University of Alabama from the
cotton fields and wiped up the gridiron
with poor Penn. With Penn once mjrc
consigned to the lower football strata, it
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best real estate bargains in Columbia. A ',
four-room cottage, modern except heat;
in first-class condition throughout. Small
payment down. Easy terms on balance.
Well it's Ducks again.
For a wonderfully good dinner tomorrow
you should come here
It's a Pleasure to Eat Here.
Corner Tenth and Broadway.
Will He Come Back?
Eat your lunch and dinner in attractive surround
ings Excellent food, well served, at reasonable
COLONIAL TEA AND GIFT SHOP
Besides our regular menus we arrange for special
parties. Sandwiches, salads, tea and have soda
fountain service, afternoon and evenings.
Novelties, favors, and decorations at our gift
shojj you can find gifts for every occasion.
Ten Broek and Mother Goose Candies.
Phone 2245 112 So. Ninth
"They all come back"
PRINCETON ha3 her Tigers, but that isn't why "Bill" Roper has a
warm spot in his heart for Tigers. He saw what Western Tigers could do
they delivered the goods.
Speaking of warm spots, most of the old timers come back and feel
sorta different things have changed; the "White" Campus has been
built ; the streets have been paved, about the only familiar faces are those
on the police force.
There is one familiar landmark and that is the place where the old
times are hashed over again once again "Ted" Hackney and "Puny"
Bluck are praised. The old grads' eyes grow brighter; he lives the old
days once more.
It is the place to go when you are hungry a place to go and eat when
you want to satisfy the inner man.
Legend says that the girls of yesterday went there in order to be
come eligible for a degree.
"The Greasy Spoon"
FOR RENT Two unfurnished up
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Phone 1523 or call at 411 Christian Col
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FOR RENT Modern 6-room home,
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possession Dec. 1st. Phone 1797 green
or see Mr. Kel.'ey, 1511 Rosemary.
ROOMS FOB RENT
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at 1206 Walnut. Phone 904. T68-73
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light housekeeping beginning November
29th. Address box 78, care Missourian.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Silver engraved Wahl fountain
Pn on the East campus last week. Call
Mildred Dean at 988. D72-73
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W Name engraved on it. Return to
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LOST Bill fold containing money.
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Taking down trees. For information,
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WANTED A ly to work after school
and Saturdays. F. W. Woolworth &
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
Initiation postponed to
Monday, November 20, 1922.
No meeting on Monday, No
F. P. Cass, M .C
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication Tues
day, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p. m.
Third degree work.
Louis Niemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Green.
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KANSAS GAME TICKETS REARY
All applicants for tickets must call for them at Rothwell
Gymnasium tomorrow. All tickets not called for will be
placed on sale Thursday, November 23.
TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY
Applications are nowbeing received for allotment of the tickets not
called for Tomorrow.
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