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Have You Ever Noticed?
that In any game where-a.ball Is
used in a com
that the official
bears this trade-
in ark, whether
it be FOOT
DOOR BASE BALL, LACROSSE,
BASE BALL or any other ath
There must be a reason for
this universal adoption by the
leading organizations connected
with sports, and there Is a rea
son no one can make them as
The same argument applies to
all things athletic.
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TODAY IS HOODOO DAT
Thirteenth Has Come on Friday
Three Times This Tear.
Today is the thirteenth and Fri
day, too. This is the third time the
combinationJias come together this
year, a fact Tvhich may or may not
have something to do with the Eu
ropean war and the upsetting of -all
sport calculations. At least, su
perstitious people will not have
any great cause to rejoice on this
day except to shout "I told you so."
In 1913 there was only one Fri
day the thirteenth and next year
there will be only one such hoodoo
NEXT WEEK IS PHATEB WEEK
Y. W. C. A.'s Annual Event Begins
All OTer World Sunday.
A series of prayer meetings will
begin at the meeting of the Y. "W.
C. A. at Read Hall next Sunday
afternoon. A prayer service will
be held each day next week at
4:30 o'clock in the Y. W. G. A.
room in Academic Hall.
These meetings are held each
year in all parts of the world
where this organization is found.
The second week in November is
the usual time. This year they
will be held the third week.
Kappa Alphas to Give a Dance.
The Kappa Alpha fraternity will
give an informal dance at the Vir
ginia Tea Room Saturday night for
the visiting members from Wash
ington University and St. Louis.
are in every style suitable
for city or country, frolic
or function. The colors
are fast, the styles smart
and right the patterns
correct insist on the
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-Last night, at five minutes to Btx,
It was so dark that you could not
see your hand before your face.
But In Bplte of the darkness, if you
went anywhere near Rollins Field,
you could hear voices calling off
mysterious numbers, and the thud
ding of feet upon the greensward.
The Tigers were putting in their
last hard, serious practice before
the Washington game, which Is
scheduled for tomorrow.
Shepard was the only absentee,
being laid up with a severe cold
and general indisposition.
Has a History.
The annual game with Washing
ton has a historical significance
that the other contests lack. The
first game played In Missouri's
football history was with the team
from St. Louis. It was played at
St. Louis November 28, 1890, and
was the, only game the Tigers
played that year. Washington won,
28 to 0.
Missouri has fought Washington
fifteen times in football since. The
history runs like this:
Year. Mo. Wash.
Totals 244 107
Missouri has won nine games.
Washington has taken five. There
have been two ties. The Tigers
have not lost to the Pikers since
Teams Just About
Even This Tear.
The records of the two schools
this year stand about even. The
Tigers have won three games and
lost three. Washington has two
victories, two defeats and a tie.
The Tigers lost to Rolla, 0 to 9;
defeated William Jewell, 46 to 0;
lost to Oklahoma, 0 to 13; lost to
Ames, 0 to 6; whipped the Kansas
Aggies, 13 to 3; smashed Drake, 32
Washington beat Shurtleff, 62 to
0; lost to Rolla, 0 to 19; lost to
Drury, 26 to 27; tied Drake, 7 to 7;
beat St Louis University 6 to 0.
On paper, there is little differ
ence between the two teams. The
weight is about the same, both be
ing lighter than is usual in tnu
Valley. Both bunches are more or
less green, having several men
playing their first year.
Some of the Washington players
were injured in the St. Louis Uni
versity game; but Coach Edmunds
is bringing twenty-two men to Co
lumbia. For the Tigers, Shepard
very probably will be unable to get
in the game. Others may be kept
out by the coaches.
X. C. Star Again
Boosts the Tigers.
Everywhere the Tigers are being
handed bouquets for their late-season
improvement The Kansas City
"The scoring power of the Mis
souri Tigers, as displayed in the
Drake game, is a fitting testimonial
to the steady advancement of the
Columbia eleven. Said a close fol
lower of football last week:
" The Tigers are about the beet
example we have out this way of a
team that comes slowly but surely,
it .s a meeu team. o-Jt it will be
there in the finals with a lok o!
"The resjl of the Orakc game
makes this forecaster lock like a
wizard. The Tigers showed their
fighting ability in the opening game
of the season, the defeat given them
by the powerful Rolla Miners. Rol
la has been piling up touchdowns
ever since the Missouri game, but
somehow they couldn't take the
ball over the Missouri line. The
Tigers were green, but they fought
like demons. Persons who saw
the Ames game declare the Colum
bia athletes fought fiercely."
LAWRENCE, Kans., Nov. 13.
(Special Correspondence to the
Missourian) The Jayhawker foot
ball started secret practice this
week. Coaches Wheaton and Bond
are sending their men through a
hard workout to get them ready for
the big game with Nebraska Satur
day. The Kansans are sparing no ef
forts to win the Cornhusker -game
and it is the opinion of most stu
dents here that a victory over Ne
braska would be better than a vic
tory from Missouri.
Kansas prospects for victory
over Nebraska never were better.
1901 no game
James; the big tackle "Joined the
practice yesterday- after being out
for two weeks with, a wrenched
Tmee. With Captain TJetwiler and
t3ray, halves; Wood, quarter, and
Stryker, fullback, Kansas will pre
sent Its strongest backfleld to the
The K. II. line is at its best this
week. Coolidge and Reber are
working well at ends, James and
Burton at tackles, Groft and Mul
loy, guards, and Keeling, center,
constitute one of the heaviest and
strongest lines in the West
Coach Wheaton gave out several
new plays yesterday afternoon. He
tays he will show Nebraska some
formations never seen before in
Nebraska to Flay
Kansas for Title.
When Kansas invades Nebraska's
lair at Lincoln tomorrow, accord
ing to general admission, the ques
tion of the Missouri Valley title
will be settled. Both teams are
heavy and strong. Neither has lost
a Conference game this season,
something no other Conference
team can say.
Missouri's only hope Is for Kan
sas to beat Nebraska and then
succumb to the Tigers next week.
If the Nebraskans win, the Tigers
can get ahead of Kansas in the Val
ley percentages by winning tomor
row and a week later. In any
case, the Tigers must win their last
two games in order to stand any
show at all.
The Kansas Aggies fllay Oklaho
ma tomorrow. Ames playii Iowa
NOT FOR THE LEGISLATURE
Suffrage Requires Constitutional
Amendment, E. C. Anderson Says.
Mrs. Walter McNab MiUer, on
leaving Tuesday for Nashville to
address the National Equal Suf
frage Association, said she was go
ing to tell the delegates that she
expected the next Missouri Legis
lature to give the women of Mis
souri the right a vote.
E. C. Anderson, prosecutlng-at-torney
of Boone County, was asked
his opinion in Tegard to this. He
said that women could be given
suffrage only by a constitutional
amendment, according to Article
VIII. Section 2 of the constitution
The part of the constitution re
ferred to reads as follows:
"Article VIII, Section 2. Elec
tors, qualiflcations of. '
"Every male citizen of the Unit
ed States, and every" male person
of foreign birth who may have de
clared his intention to becomo a
citizen of the United States accord
ing to law, not less than one yir
nor more than five years before fie
offers to vote, who is over the age
of 21 years, possessing the follow
ing qualifications, shall be entitled
to vote at all elections held by the
"First, he shall have resided in
the state one year immediately pre
ceding the election at which he
offers to vote.
"Second, he shall have resided in
the county, city or town, where he
shall offer to vote at least sixty
days Immediately preceding the
TEXAS U. PRESIDENT QUITS
Dr. S. E. Mezes to Head College of
New York Salary, $12,000.
Dr. S. E. Mezes resigned yester
day as president of the University
of Texas, effective December 15.
He has been offered the presi
dency of the College of the City
of New York at a salary of $12,000
a year, more than twice his salary
31. U. Buys Graduate's Stock.
Prof. L. A. Weaver, of the ani
mal husbandry department of the
College of Agriculture, received a
pure-bred Duroc Jersey sow yes
terday. Professor Weaver se
lected this sow from one of the
best herds in the state, that of
Alonzo White of Palmyrar Mo., a
graduate of the College of Agri
culture. Any wight
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'MKSOtFBI -HEX (Hf PROGRAM
"Will Speak at Chicago ateetiag of
Leaders in Farm TVork.
The annual conference of state
leaders In county agent and boys'
and"' girls' club work will be held
December 7, 8-9 and 10 in Chi
cago. Two Missouri men are on the
program. D. H. Doane, state lead
er, will speak on "Activity of Coun
ty Agents in Relation to Home
Economic Work." The subject of
C. M. Long, county adviser of
Johnson County, Is "The Develop
ment and Working Plan of a Co
operative Marketing Association."
Others of the extension department
here will attend the meeting.
FIRE BOYS HATE MUSIC
Sate Tobacco Tags and Coupons
and Get Phonograph.
Music will hereafter cheer the
members of the Columbia fire de
partment during their nightly
vigils. A phonograph, secured with
tobacco tags and coupons, was re
ceived at the fire station yesterday.
It took 2,200 coupons to get the In
strument, but these were gathered
In a few weeks in a box at the sta
tion house. Contributions are now
being received for a record-purchasing
Bernet Back to See Game.
M. E. Bernet, captain of the
1913 basketball team, arrived to
day to attend the Washington
game and the Kappa Alpha dance
tomorrow night. Since his grad
uation from the University last
June, Bernet has been traveling
In the United States, Cuba and
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