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Notre Dame Falls Before the
Mighty Line Smashing of
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Ij. j uuMtci uy cuore
Ol 0 to 14.
PIKERS HOLD SOONERS
St. EbuFs University Ties Mich
igan AggTes 7 to 7 at
in the Mud.
The dope heet of football in the Mid.
, West received the upct of the sea.
UMb yesterday xhen Notre Dame's inueh-i
talked atrial game failed before the!
nighty line plunges of the Nebraska
Cornhuskers at Lincoln, the former go
ing down to defeat by a 14 to 6 score.
Miller, right halfback for Notre Dafne,
ran the side line 40 yards for a" touch
down but Laj den failed to kick goal for
the eitra point. Both tondtdawns of
Nebraska, one by line plunges and the
other by the ue of a.l5.yard forward
pis, ere added to by kicking for the
Washington Unitejsity, after being
defeated by the Missouri Tigers in their
ht game 27 to 0,-held the Oklahoma
Sooners to a scoreless tie at St. Louis,
The Sooners had just defeated the Tigers
at Oklahoma, 18 to 14."
St. Louis Unhersity held the Michigan
Aggies to a 7 to 7 tie in their final
gime of the season at. Sportsman's Park
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the Field of Sport
. YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Missouri U 9; Kansas, 7.
St. Louis U 7; Michigan Aggies, 7.
Wa.hington U 0; Oklahoma, 0.
Jiehraska, 14; Notre Dame, 6.
Colgate, 59; Columbia, 6.
Cornell, 9; Pennsylvania, 0.
Penn State,'0; U. of Pittsburgh, 14.
BuckneH, 12; Dickinson, 0.
Washington and Lee, 14; Hopkins, 0.
North Carolina, 10; Virginia, 7.
West Virginia, 14; W&hington and
Western Reserve, 12; Case, 7
Georgetown, 46; George Washington 6.
University of Detroit, 14; Vermont, 10.
Centre, 42; South Carolina, 0.
Oklahoma A. and M, 13; Arkansas 0.
OhioU., 3; Marietta College, 0.
Marquette, 38; South Dakota. 0.
Maryland U, 7; North Carolina State,
Tcnneee, 14; Kentucky
Louisiana State tL 25: Tulane. 14.
'Creighton, 14; South Dakota Slate,
Colorado School of Mines, 25; Colo
rado College, 6.
Colorado Aggies, 27; Denver U, 6.
Haskell .Indian Institute, 12; St. Xavier
Baylor U, 24; Southern Methodist U,
0. , v
Kansas Aggies, 46; ., 'lei'as Christian
Texas UnUersity, 7; Texas Aggie, 11.
Central, 10; Westminster, 10.
Tarkio College, 12; Omaha U, J).
yesterday. The game vias played on a
slippery field and in a drizzling rain and
before a crowd of 9,000 persons.
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ORDER OF DEMOLAY
To Pillar Degree, Monday,
Not. 27, 1922 at Ajcacia Hall,
Hilt and Broadway, 7:30.
F. P. Cass, M .C
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Special Communication Tues
day, November 28th, 7:00 p.
m. 3 degrees.
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. DECEMBER
CLAIM IN EAST
Tigers Went Through Season's
schedule Without Being
WINNER OF BIG THREE
Roper Teaches His Men to Play
Hard Football and Al
ways Follow the
Br Henry L. Farrcll
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
iNEW'ioRK, Dec 1. Princeton,
an established championship of the "Big
Three," has as good a claim as any oth
er eleven for the foofball championship
of the East.
Looking over the schedule which the
Tigers went through without being de
feated, perhaps they hate the best claim
on the title.
Cornell, beyond doubt, has a wonder
ful team, but the Ithaians had no oppon
ent on their schedule to class with Chi
cago, Yale and Harvard.
Lafayette and Washington and Jeffer
son also had fine football machines but
until both institutions established the
three-year rule of eligibility there will
always be some sentiment against class
ing them with other teams who work un
der the handicap of a freshman rule.
In many ways Princeton had a most
remarkable team in 1922. It looked like
the blossom of a biM in late September,
but it bloomed into one of the greatest
of the many great elevens that hae car
ried the Orange and Black colors. Before
each of the big games, the critics predict
ed that Princeton should not win, but
they probably would.
The spirit of the Prirceton team, that
never admitted defeat, even when the
evidence was powerful at hand, is word
ed on a sign posted in the Tiger club
'A team that won't be beaten, can't
The Tigers hate been called arch-op
portunists eternal vigilants and cham
pion Iuckers. Everything fits them but
the luck accusation.
The breaks did come for Princeton in
Chicago and Harvard games and they
didn't waste one chance to score. When
the opportunity came they made the
best of it. The luck all went against them
in Yale game, but they won because they
got only one chance to score and they
scored on that one cliance.
Princeton had no outstanding stars at
the start of the season and perhaps the
Tigers will not have representation on all
the All-Americaa elevens but after
watching the team play no one will deny
that IT WAS A TEAM.
After uliat he did this season. Bill
Roper will liave to be recognized as a
great coach. In the last four years Har
vard hasn't been able to beat the Tigers
and Harvard is generally recoznized a
hating the greatest football system in
the country'. The Houghton style of
play is obviously superior to Yale's but
it does not seem to work against a team
that "won't be beaten."
Harvard accused the Tigers of playing
dirty football in 1921 and 1922. If there
is any strain like that in the Princeton
players it must get itself out against
Harvard, because none of it has been
apparent in other games Princeton ad
mittedly plays hard football, it runs hard
and it tackles hard, but that is part of
In the game 'against Yale, "Pink" Ba
ker, the great Princeton tackle, had a
cliance to throw Charley O'Hearn for a
dirty fall. O'Heam is so fragile that he
might hate been knocked out for the rest
of the season with a heavy fall. Baker,
however, didn't throw him. He just
grabbed and held him.
Some stories are being told about the
horrible language that Princeton used
against the Chicago platers last year and
how rough work knocked out so many of
the Chicago eleven. It will be recalled.
however, that several of the Princeton
men were practically lost for the season
in that game, so if Chicacn was being
roughed they weren't taking it like little
GIANTS HAVE EIGHTEEN
1 PITCHERS TO PICK FROM
None of Them Are Youngsters and
McGraw Is Planning on
Bf United Prtu.
New Yohk. Dec I. John McGraw
haa a lot of experience last season jug
gling Giant pitchers around, but lie is
not anxious to do his tricks again next
On the reserve list of players certified
to National League headquarters, the
Giants have 18 pitchers, none of which
are youngsters just picked up from the
bushes Strings are out for several more
but they cannot be acquired until room
is made for them.
Dave Robertson, utility outfielder and
pinch hitter, will probably get his pa
pers to help the squad get down to legal
AH veteran pitchers will be retained
next season and McGraw expects big
Jack Scott to be one ol his leaders
Scott was said to hate been hurt on a
barnstorming trip but the Giant office
denies that it was serious enough to
affect his work next season.
The Yankees have a lunch, of star
Almost Every Country On Earth
December is a month marked with
holidays Net only in the United States
will a day be set aside as a holiday, but
in nearly every country on the earth a
day of celebrating will be observed dur
ing this month. The following is a list
of public holidays to be celebrated in
the month of December.
Friday, December 1: Azores Maderia
Islands, Portugal, Flag Day. Jugo-SIa-tia,
Anniversary of the National Unity.
Liberia, Newport Day. Portuguese East
Africa and Portuguese West Africa,
Portuguese Revolt against Spain.
Saturday, December 2: Siam, Corona
lion of King of Siam;
Monday, December 4: Rumania, Si
beria and Ukrania, presentation of the
Blessed Virgin, O. S.
Wednesday, December 6: Finland,
declaration of Independence.
Thursday, December 7: Cuba, Deco
Friday, December 8: Argentina, Aus-
(na, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada (Quebec)
Canary Klands, Chile, Colombia, Costa
Rico, Fernando Po, Guatemala, Hungary,
Italy , Lithunia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco,
Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Spain, Vene
zuela, Immaculate Conception and Uru
guay Beach Day.
Saturday, December 9: Brazil (Stale
of Matto Grosso commemorating notable
etcnt in State or Municipal History.)
Tuesday, December 12: Mexico (N. S.
de Cuadelupe; Our Lady of Cuadelupe.)
Friday, December 15: Brazil (State
cf Sao Paulo commemorating notable
etent in State or Municipal History.)
Saturday, December 16: Brazil (State
of Goyaz commemorating notable event
in State or Municipal History), South
African Union and Swaziland, Dingaan's
Tuesday, December 19: Brazil (State
pitchers if they act that way, but a few
more will be added. The club has first
call on Jakey May, the Vernon star
southpaw who burnt up the Pacific Coas
league last season. May was up once
before but the scouts say he is all ready
for another trial. The Vernon club
thinks so much of him that they want
S73.000 in players for him.
The Yanks wouldn't mind having Ed
Rommell, the great athletic pitcher so
would every other club. fthile Connie
Mack persists that he is building up a
team and not conducting a market it is
understood that such attractite offers
have been made by the Yanks, the Tigers
and the White Sox that Mack might
trade if he could get something good in
Reports that the Yanks were going to
get Dicky Kerr for use next season from
the tvhite Sox were spiked when Com
missioner Landis announced that Ken-
could not be reinstated for another year.
&hen his time is up it is very likely that
Kerr will be traded as both Comisky and
Glcason, the White Sox bosses, are con
siderably peeved at him.
Every club in the two major leagues
can use pitchers or players and it is
probable that the coming meeting of the
minor leagues in Louisville will see even
more spirited buying and trading than
marked the session last year in Buffalo.
ARMY'S POLICY WINS GAME
Even After She Scored Navy Was
Made to Carry the Ball.
Special to the Missourian.
Philadelphia, Dec. I. Superior
strategy and real field generalship tipped
the scales in the Army's fator in the
twenty-fifth annual service school classic
at Franklin Field Saturday. The Army
won, 17 to 14.
Two powerful teams, each with an al
most impregnable line and a deadly open
offensive, might hate battled to a draw
but for the calm, cool judgment of the
West Pointers who ordained that the
Naty sliould carry the bill and fully ex
tend itself in the first half while the
cadets conserved their strength for the
critical moments when a burst of power
meant a score.
In the history of this epic struggle,
probably the most spectacular eter held
between the two service schools, may be
found a hint that can be turned to ad
vantage by other schools in crucial con
tests. The Army's winning policy was
Disregard the breaks of the game;
they cannot be foreseen or offset and they
are as likely to fator one side as the
other. Do not let an adverse break
shake your policy or morale.
Give the opponent the ball and let him
wear himself down in the early part of
the game. Save your real strength for
defense when needed and conceal and
mask your offensive except when within
striking distance of a score.
Championship Meets to Be March 3.
Br United Preiu
New York, Dec. 1. The indoor ia
tercollegiate track and field champion
ships will be held in New York March 3
in the Thirty-second Regiment armory.
The association will provide a fund of
$5,000 to be allotted on a mileage basis
to colleges that send a team of 10 or
mare from a distance.
Knocking Blamed for Yale Defeats.
Sr Uiuud frta.
ISew Haven, Conn., Dec l-"Knock-ing
by destructite critics" was to blame
for the defeats of the Yale eleven this
season, according to an editorial in the
Yale Daily News which lined up behind
Ted Jone, the head coach.
Ohio State Rejects Army Game.
Br Untied Prtu.
West Point, Dec. 1. Ohio State Uni
versity politely declined an invitation to
accept an October date on the Army foot'
ball schedule, it was announced. Wil
iiams probably will fill the date
Holiday This Month
of Parana commemorating notable etent
in State or Municipal History.) Ru
mama, Siberia, UkTainia,St. Nicholas,
O. S. and Venezula, National Holidays
Saturday, December 23: Burma,
gummas, rernando fo, Birthday of
Queen Victoria, Siam j( Bangkok, Swing
"""""f'l ijpain, yueen Victoria's day.
Monday, December 25: Christmas in
every part of Europe except Bulgaria,
Grcecer Rumania, Soviet Russia, Si
beria, Urkania and Turkey; in all of the
European colonies in Africa and in Li
beria; in every colony and country in
North, South or Central America: in all
parts of Asia except China, where it is
observed by the foreign community; and
in Australasia and Oceania. In the
United States; holiday in every state in
the union; also in the District of Colum
bia, Alaska, Porto Rico and the Virgin
Tuesday, December 26: Barbados,
Basctoland, Bechuanaland, Bermuda,
Catman Islands, CvDru. Denmark.
Gambia, Gibraltar, Cold Coast, Hong
Kong, Jamaica, Leewarft Islands, New
South Wales, New Zealand, Nyasaland,
Persia, Queensland, Rhodesia, Siam,
Sierre Leone, South African Uni.n,
South Australia, Straits Settlement',
Swaziland, Tasmania, Togolang, Trini
dad, and Tobago, United Kingdom, Vic
toria, Western Australia, Windward Is
lands, (Boxing Day) Baltic States, Cey
lon, China, Curacao, Dutch East Ind:es,
Dutch Guiana, Cermany, Iceland, India,
Netherlands, Christmas Holiday. Aus,
tria, Belgian Congo, Belgium. Finland.
Hungary, Italy (half holiday). Spain
(half holiday), St. Stephen.
Wednesday; December 27r Ceylon and
Western Australia, Christinas Holiday.
Saturday, December 30: Pluhnpirc Is
land, Rizal's Day and General Election.
PAPER GIVEN JIEMBERSHIP
College Farmer Is Admitted
The College Farmer, the monthly pub
lication of the College of Agriculture, has
been elected to associate membership in
the Agricultural College Magazines As
sociation. Associate membership is given to new
magazines as a trial period for one year
only after a careful investigation of the
paper and its circulation. After one year
full membership is extended if the re
quirements of the association are net
This associate membership will gite to
the College Farmer the foreign adtertis
ing adtantages that are required by the
members of the association.
The members of the association are:
The Cornell Countryman, Ithaca, N. Y.;
Penn State Farmer, State College, Pa.;
Agricultural Student, Columbus, Ohio;
The Illinois Agriculturist, Urbana, III.;
Iowa Agriculturist, Ames, la.; Purdue
Agriculturist, Lafayette, Ind.; The Coun
try Magazine, Madison, Wis; and the
Tennessee Farmer, Knoxtille, Tenn.
Teams of Stars to Play Saturday.
Br Cntted Frets,
Columbus", Ohio, Dec. 1. Two "All
American" teams one from the East ami
one from the West, will face each other
the Ohio stadium tomorrow. The
event will mark the first time in history
two ail-American teams hate met on the
gridiron. Twenty-four universities and
colleges will be represented.
Hockey Games Postponed.
The inter-class hockey games which
were to have been played tomorrow
morning hate been postponed on ac
count of the Tbanksgiting holidays. The
final two games of the series will pro
bably be played Monday or Tuesday of
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A. E. F. IS GETTING HOMESICK
Men No Longer Want to Stay
Their Comrades LeaTe.
Bj Unued frru.
ulkli, ucc. i. ine American
forces in Germany are glad to go home.
Until recently the few remaining mem
bers of the American Army of Occupa
tion at Coblenz were satisfied to remain.
Their reasons were nu-serous. They- are
regular army men and as such were sat
isfied to remain at such posts as the gov
w that many of their enlistments are
near expiration, the soldiers are begin-' cuP!eJ one section,
ning to think of Christmas with thej Thanksgiving holiday began Wednes
folks. Prices are climbing. Only a few M3 n!Snt nM1 ,ne 'rl Een per
hundred American soldiers remain. Co- mission to attend the mass meeting,
blenz isn't the American center it was' No firl was required to go to break-
when thousands of khaki-clad men were
seen on every street, in etery hotel and
An excellent example cf the change
of sentiment was the attitude of llie'1" """ Parae. One float in the
crowd at the deiwrture of a ca-ual de- j Christian College colors of blue and
tachment the other day," says the Ama-fS0''1. ,ias reserved for all the presidents
roc. A. E. F. rcHtnaner. "Unon former ,,f student organizations. The two other
occasions when troops were departing
they were invariably sympathized with bv
those remaining and appeared to accept
sympathy a, appropriate.
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lions mlgi.t Le said to hate been re.
tcrscd. Many of (ho-e on the p'atform
cspresicd a wish to lis oa the train and j If )u tave lost something, try Mis
no signs of duwnheartedness or , regret I sourian want ads.
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Office hours 8:30-12; 2-6; 7-10.
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COLLEGE HOLIDAY BEGINS
Girls From Christian Attended
Mass Meeting Last Night.
Approximately one hundred and fifty
Christian College girls attended the
Missouri-Kansas football game yesterday
afternoon. Miss Louise Wylie
chaperoned the Kansas girls who wore
red sweaters and caps and displayed.
Kansas colors. The Missouri girls oc
last ye-terday morning, but all students
j ere expected to be at the college for
Munch and dinner.
1 C1'"'"" College had three floats
!"MU CTe for ,he Kanas Club.
A s"-"urse Thanksgiving dinner was
srnci1 Iast nint ' ,llc students anil
about setenty-fite. guests. The decora-
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24 S. 9th.
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-- Ass' t Manager
9th and Main -
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PAY WAR PRICES?
POUNDS BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT
TO THE STUDENT
Term papers typewritten at reason
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