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p-'f-wyjypygpipf UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1908. IM - - ' 9 " (J i b ;i w f H f if 1 I II! I RISTINE IS CHOSEN FOOTBALL CAPTAIN Warren Roberts Dark Horse of Election by "M" Men. GIRLS CAST "STRAW" BALLOT Bluck is Handsomest, Crain Prettiest, Nee Homeliest, Thev Decide. Warion ljiiln-rt-. a "dark hou-o."' came out of the muck in the Mi'OiuL lap of tin ran- fur tlie Tijrcr footliall captaincy and ran -fcond to Carl L. ("Curly") Ki-tine. the favorite in the pre-elcetioii -peculation who won. Ki--tine va- elected on the second ltallot liy a vote of It to . Uoliert- getting the -i vote. Deatherage and Alexander received vote- on the lir-t ballot. 15i-tine- election wa- foioea-tcd in the Uni er-ity .Mi ourian. The election iva to have been held at the home of Coach .Monilaw tonight, hut a- Mime members of the team could not be present then the date a changed. The fact that Ki-tine pla center on the team make- hi- election mm-iial. The only center preiou-ly elected to the captaincy of a large team in the la-t feu year- wa- Torrey of lVnn-vlvania. who wa- on the All America team of 1000. Chosen for All-Conference Team. Ki-tine ha- played one of the Mar game- of the eason. and has been picked b many for a position on the AU-Miouri Valley team. I'.y hi- abil ity to recover fumbles and hi- brilliant tackling lie ha- more than once saed the Tiger- from being 'cored on. Ki-tine i- from .loplin. Mo., and i a Junior I-aw -tudent. During the M-a-oii of l!K7 OS he played on the ba-- ket ball team and i- captain-elect oi on- on the tenni- team." lie i- cm ! -crvative and tool-headed and i- one ot I the mo-t popular men on the team, j both with the player- and the -Indent body. He succeeds E. L. Miller, who ha- played hi- la-t year of "Var-ity footliall. Developed on Koiuns tield. i Ki-tine i- one ot the lootliall men who hae been developed on Kollin 1-icld. he h.iing had no previous foot - -....:.-...- .. nan experience oeioie entering me L"ni er-ity. He played hi first foot liall on the Fie-liiiiiin team in the fall of 'Ot! under "17y" Ander-on: he made the "AIl-AniciKan" team of that year which wa- the only one that ever de feated the 'Var-ity in a game. On hi-fir-t attempt at the 'Var-ity he landed th. po-iu.m oi cemer ami na- nan " o,p..-ition in the two year- that he t has played. j Ki-tine l- "Jl year? old. -i' leet one i inch tall and weigh 17C. pound-. HejTmv j.,,,,,;,,. , i- not only an athlete hut al-o a -tu- -imiro dent and a leader. I Mr Hardea-tle. Roberts Outplayed Reed. mother Warren Kolicrt-. a "dark hor-c." . Kate Hard( i-tle. right guanl who placed Scidcl of Iowa ; to compter and Reed of Kan?a olf their feet for i C'on-tance Xeville the time he wa- in the game. To the i -tirpri-e of many Imt to the joy of all KoK-rt- wa- one of the nominee- for captain. Uoliert. or "egg" a he i kiiowu to tin- fnotliall men. wa- the lirst man in the hi-torv of athletic- at Mi ouri to lie nominated for leader of ! the team when he had not lieen a reg- nlar m the team more than one year. While the election of captain wa- lie- ing held -ome Cniver-ity girl- hail a "-traw" election which re-ulted in "Puny" P.luck'- lieing elm-en a- the "hand-oin-t": "Tark" ("rain the "prot- tie-t" ami "Dan" Xc men on the "Tiger" the "homelie-t" quad when ill a football -nit. Speeeho- cie made by the old men who had Minn a "Tiger" football -uit for the la-t time. The evening ended with drinking a toa-t to Captain-elect j Ili-tine. Captain Miller and Coach Monilaw. Journalism Pennants Here. i The pennant- for the Department of j Journali-ni of the Cniver-ity of Mi-- , -ouii hae arrived. They are of old ! gold and black and hate the word- "I. of M. Jouniali-m" -owed on. and a ! de-ign of a neu-lio -oiling a paper. I The pennant frthe Frc-hman ela ha-' the numeral- 1!I2 on it. The pennant- were onlercd by the "Co op." Mechanical Exhibit Friday. Tin- Kiiiiim-iM injr )iinrtitiotit i- innk iitfr nrraiiiii-iiii'iit- for :m clalHimto - hiliit ti ln Iifhl iitt I'riil.iv fioiii -1 to t; ji. in. All lilt- lalMiratorie- will j U' I'jit'ii and iMi-i.il "-ttnit-" with ma , i-liiiKTv ami flivtrii-ity w ill ln -liown. The v.ork i- in t-liarw if tlu .litnior anil Sfiiior KiiL'iiu-cr-. i Oysters Served Tonight. Oy-trr- will ! -orvi-1 tonight at thf Olympic Cattily Kiti-lu-n tu-t ilnor to the ltro.nlway (Moon ly tin- Yottni; Ladii' Mi-ionary L'irvU of tin- l'.apti-t Church. (adv.) HE "PULLED" FOR TIGERS AT K. C. t Jail v $ 4 JM If? 4 "5 A.aB A3 -3 '-MM - T"-;: -t--- v- William Weli. T HIS tiuculcnt-liiukiii'' enilirvo Ti ger va- the .Mi--oiiri mascot at Kan-a- Cit. lie made a noi-e out of all propmtioii to hi- -ie on that im portant occa-iim. and hi- "rooting'' wa pronounccil ei creditable by tho-e well-informed on -m-h inuttci.-. The young man i- William Well- of l'latte City. .Mo., a .-on of Campliell Wells, one of the Curator- of the Uni versity of Mi ouri. There are tho-e who -av it wa- due i to the pre-ence of .Ma-ter Well- that the Tigei- wcie able to Kaiii-a-. for the lit t time -core again-t ince 11102. IN I M. C. A. to Be "She StOODS to Conquer Presented With Modern Frills. j A "licauu choru-" and -ome musical j nuniher- will emlielli-h tlold-mith-j lio-act comedy. "She Stoop- to Con- ;iuer. wlien it 1- jne-ented Saturday , . eenmg in the Auditonum ot the Lni , vcr-itv of Mi ouii. under the au-nice- ,,,, - R. y A, ,- A ,.,, ,,.. .j. .; . .... -eat 10.,on tomorrow in the corridor of Aca- deinie Hall. The i) Cluli. who-i' meiiilicr- aie to he -ecu in the pioduction. hac worked faithfully, and a creditable performance i- expected. Tile ca-t of character-: Sir C'harle- Mai low. a London vntlcman William Kro" iClimlt - . Marlow. hi- -on .William Jloit a,,!ll. lN frjrll, . Vaughn JJryant Hardea - tle. a count! v ,.iitleinan I-aw -on Low cry ciimu lountry lien Hare a doting Mi Faith P.onfoey who -toop-Mi Linda Crowd-on , her cou-in Mi- Mildred Hell at Haid- Diiiaorv. ervafi ca-tle-- . . Stingo, landlotd I'igeiin- . . . Kdwiu Deal f the Three . . . Charle- Cox ' Doliv. Mi llardca-tle'- maid . Mi -lennie I'ooth , l'el I'ouiitor. lur-maid of the ' Three Pigeon- .Mi Myitle I'aiker 'Pick Muggin-. the ( ciman I Veine Could i Little Amiuidali Paul ISarnott Ton1 Twi-t Colin Lee t A Free Calendar To Each $1.00 Souvenir Purchaser THE CO-OP FOR THE BEST VARSITY Souvenir Spoons THE CO-OP! FOR THE BEST Pennants and Pillows THE CO-OP FOR A COMPLETE STOCK OF Oil and Water Colors THE CO-OP FOR SOUVENIR Leather Goods UT CHORUS COMEDY SCHOOL FOR THOSE USING ELECTRICITY Superintendents of City and University Plants Have Scheme. TO TEACH HOW TO READ METER Most of Those in Buildings on Campus Are Running "Slow." A movement i-5 living inaugurated by .1. A. Whitlow, .-uperintendent of the Univer-ity of Mi onri light and heat station, and Supt. .1. M. Sherman ot the Columbia light couiiaiiy. to teach the hou-eholders of Columbia to read their electric light meter-, in the hope that it will eliminate Mime of the 'kicking' again-t the company by the consumer about the meter. Why Meters Are Slow. The dill'ercnt building- tin the i-ain-pu- of the Univer-ity of Mi ouri haw electric meter, in order to keep check on the amount of light u-cd. Thi- i for -tati-tical iurpo-e.-. in order to -ee how much it co-t- to light the dilFereut building-. The meter- have been le cently overhauled, a they were not regi-tering the full amount of light u-ed. Thi- defect i- due to the wear anil tear of the meter, and al-o the du-t which clog- them. Academic Hall con-iiine- the mo-t electric light. For the month of Xo ". ember. WHS. .'S247 kilowatt- of light were con-umed. The actual cot of pio ducing thi- electricity i- computed b the light and heat -tatiou. Thi- include- the wage- of the engineer-, the co-t of coal and oil. and the repair-. It co-t 1"2!.SS to liL'ht Academic Hall tin Xo ember. The Co-operative stoic, however, paid 21.S1 for the light it con-umed that month. The heating of the Hall and other huildiii" rlo-e to the io'ci hou-e i- ' realy free of co-t. .-ince the -team u-ed ' t!lt' i'-Nhau-t that drive- the dynamo, An Eccentric Meter. , Tl(. vntrL. lm.ter in Academic Hall ' ,-,.i,u.r. tifteen per cent -low. and will not regi-ter at all mile lOu -ixteen-eandle-power lamps are liuruiug. The F.ngineering liuilding meter regi-ter-iitteeii er cent -low. A new motor ha liceii iut in here to change the alternat ing current from tin1 pouei hou-e to a direct current for ue in the lahora toiie- and electrical experiment-. j The bill for l.atliiup Hall lor X- j veinber wa- ."tT.Sl. Thi- large amount i- due to a motor which run- the re- i frigerating plant for the cold -totage i chamber-. The extra amount, however, i- -aid to be otl-ot by the advantage I and otonomy of the newly in-tallcd j plant. I Jnelc Slang . . . Tim Pinker . . . Jeremy lligg- . . San-ivel Sink- . Thoma- Fitt- .. ltoger l'riuker Franci- Drimmer Cloriuda .... Dori- lane- Sauiide''- Harold P.urk- Fniil Koehrv Hugh Thoma- lex. Kedd . .. . Luther Cioekett St ei ling Wilke- . . Mi Faye Jariiian .. Mi- Xelle Farlej Mi Loui-e IShiekuiar Mi Maln-1 Whitnex .. Ml Ffale P.iown Ali Kdith Sanboiinn- Mi- Lucille Kehr Mi- J ie Kathall Mi Mary Xoe Mi Claia Xorthcul! P-yche . Amanda l'hj lli-PeiJ-Sti-.in IVlinda . 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