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UXIYEItSITX MISSOUBIAJf, TIIDRSDAY, XOYEMBEB 19, 1914
Washington will play no game
this coming Saturday, having!
JJf closed its season with the Tiger j
game. Every other Conference'
team will play. '
The Kansas Aggies are'to meet
Washburn, which held Kansas to a '
close score two weeks ago. Ne-'
braska meets Iowa State in what is
expected to be one of the hardest
fought games of the season. Both.
have crushed -Ames.
Drake plays Ames. Last week,
the Drake Bulldogs, using subs
only, beat the State Teachers Col
lege team, 14 to 3. Ames was
smothered by Iowa, 26 to C.
Finally, Missouri meets Kansas
at Lawrence in the annual game.
Kansas this season has whipped
William Jewell, 48 to 2; Drake, 33
to 7; the Kansas Aggies, 27 to 0; I
College of Emporia, 7 to 0, and
Washburn, 20 to 14. The Jayhawk
ers got a tie with Oklahoma, 16 to
16, and lost to the Cornhuskers 35
Even- Tiger Out '
On Field Yesterday. I
Practice- yesterday began early,
about 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon, i
It ended early, too, for the play-
ers were leaving the gymnasium,!
fully clothed, before 6 o'clock.
Every Tiger was out on the field
in uniform, an unusual thing, ac-j
cording to Prof. C. L. Brewer,
r Somebody or other has been absent j
every practice since the Amest
game, nearly four weeks ago. First
it was both Graves and Shepard.
The last few days, it has been
The fact that every Tiger was
able to report yesterday leads to
the belief that every player on the
squad will be in a condition to en
ter the Kansas game Saturday,
provided he is needed.
Kansas Team Really
In Good Condition.
And it is more than likely that
the Tigers' very best line-up will
V.be needed. The Kansans, although
reported badly battered by the Ne-
Tbraska game, are recovering and
will present the same array against
the Tigers that they did against the
Witness the following communi
cation from the Kansas camp: I
I Lawrence, Kan., Nov. 19.
(special to The Missourian.) Ev
ery member of tho Jayhawker
squad survived the Nebraska dis
aster without injury and Coaches
t Wheaton and Bond have started
their hunt for Tiger meat. A light
practice Monday took the stiffness
out of the Kansans and signal
practice yesterday afternoon put
the men in condition for rough
scrimmage today. Bert Kennedy's
Haskell Indians probably will
scrimmage with the Kansans.
The confidence which prevaded
the Sunflower camp before the Ne
braska game has disappeared en
tirely and Kansas rooters fear Mis
souri. Missouri has come back
from a bad beginning while Kan
sas seems to have gone stale. A
close battle is expected and, ac
cording to the advance seat sale,
more than ten thousand persons
will see the game.
McCook Field Fixed
to Hold Big Crowd.
m McCook Field has been enlarged
" and remodeled to accommodate the
crowd. Ten thousand dollars had
been received from tickets yester
day, and every mail brings more
orders. The first rally before the
Tiger game was held Monday night,
when a big crowd of students pa
raded the streets until after mid
night predicting the blacking of the
Tho same line-up which tried to
!Nstop Nebraska probably will be
Wheaton's offering against Mis
souri. Captain Detwiler, Gray and
Stryker will be the backfleld, with
Wood, .tie 127-pound star, at quar-
f ter. In the line will be Keeling,
center; James ana airoiner,
guards; Groft and Burton, tackles,
id Reber and Coolidge, ends.
Strother will punt for Kansas.
If he shows the same form he had
against Nebraska, Kansas will hold
her own in that department against
MISSOURI'S 1014 FOOTHAM. TIOKRS
June! Aihton Ctar, Missouri's cap
talnTls Playlns his tWrt nndlnrt jrwr
on the tlcer team. -'Liz weighs MB
pounds, stanas uu -.-" w "-v ," rr
fiajt-S old. He I. a senior In he
ISETpiS tshurg ."Mo "wherc J he r
S? Tpipfd He also Is one of the best
"ff n-&IS tSS he'has been shifted
years old. " " gJnce and, like
ther:T "fefifflSffit tasa
roo. Is from rJ?'LDi team. This
t&n the same high school tob.
Is the first ym here He plays a
f nr the team nere. ". .. -
good defensive " euu """
h!M? SSjfiF&a-. 455, 52:
frstrinc Jar"E5S he gained some ex
feAKLhr?p' "o-nhe high T school team.
?. I.1 23 years old. He will grad
uate from the School of Journalism
??v'iTiar Last ear he understudied
Mcnllllaas, who piloted the Tigers
to victory over Kansas. Collins Is the
surest, safest tackier on the team. He
hasn't missed a try this year.
Victor Hugo Drumm, guard. Is a
Columbia boy, having played on the
local high school team. He weighs
ljS, stands 0 feet 11 and Is 22 years
d;i "B.aJs!?r "B'S" ,s so-called to
distinguish him from his younger
brother, "Snare" or "Little." He Is a
senior in the College of Agriculture,
Playing his second year with the
tigers. "Bass" is the most powerful
man on the squad, thought not so fast
as some of the other big men. He
won his "M" in track last cpriiig, toy
ing with the weights.
3tannel Cayman Drumm, guard, al
most answers to the description of
his bigger brother. He weighs 170,
stands C feet and Is 21 years old.
'Snare" also Is sl senior lu the Col
lege of Agriculture and is playing his
first season with the Tigers. Of late,
he has forced himself into notice
through his aggressiveness aud bard
work. He won his "JI" in basketball
William Caldwell Dunckrl, fullback,
began playing football on his home
high school team at Sprlugtield. Mo.
"lull" neighs 1C0, stands 5 feet 11 and
Is 21 years old. This Is his third rea
son with the Tigers. He gradautes
from the College of Agriculture next
spring. "Hill" has beeu described as
being all heart and nerve. Moreover,
he Is willing (o work and hits the line
harder than anybody on the squad.
DaWil lirrgrr (iraies, halfback, is
from Montgomery City, Mo., in whose
high school he distinguished himself
athletically. "Toby" weighs 170,
stands ! feet 9 and is 21 years old.
He Is a sophomore In the College of
Arts nud Science and Is playing his
first season as a Tiger. 'Toby" is a
brother of "Tubby" Urate, a Tiger
star of I'.iOC, 1007 and 19tt who is
now coaching at the University of Ala
bama. The present Missouri (lraes
Is a good defensive player and punter.
lie was Injured in the Ames game aud
has been laid up i-er since.
Ir lr (lroip, Jr., tackle, Is a
brother of Ulnwlddie Crim-i, lat
year's tackle. He halls from Dover,
Mo., and had no previous football ex
perience. "Snooze weighs 1M, stands
5 feet 11 and Is 20 years old. He is
a junior in the College of Arts and
Science aud Is playing his first year
with the Tigers. This year "Snooze"
has made the most Improvement of any
man on the squad, having come from
an uncertain scrub Into a regular of
the first water. He Is getting to be
Itolirrt McGhee fSrabani, center,
weighs 130, stands 5 feet 8J& aud Is
22 years old. He Is from Mlneola, Mo.,
where he played on the high school
team. "IV.iehes" Is a senior in the
College of Agriculture, pl.iylng his
first jear on the Var<y. Ills good
nature and aggressiveness have earned
him the position of second-string cen
ter, although he has been badly handi
capped by a "game" knee.
Frank Wlllaril Herndon, tackle,
weighs 175, stands G feet 10 and Is 21
years old. His home address is
Lebanon, Mo... and his "prep" experi
ence was with the ltolla Miners. This
is only his second year with the Vars
ity, although he is n senior in the
School of Law. Herndon, who plajcd
end last year. Is a powerful tackle, not
brilliant, but safe aud reliable
Harry S. Lansing, center. Is one of
the brilliant new men on the Tiger
defense. He was on the scrubs In
1912, but was out of school last year.
This Is his first year on the Varsity.
"Oettem" lives in Columbia, weighs
152, stands 0 feet S and Is 21 years
old, being a junior in the College of
Arts and Science. In the Kansas
game, Lansing will go up against a
weight handicap of nearly 50 pounds.
riojU Iterschrll Lake, halfback, Is
chiefly noted as the man who scored
tnree toucuuowns against .mes iasi
year, registering the only victory the
Tigers ever have had over the Iowa
Aggies. He Is a shifty open-field run
ner. "Surly" weighs 147. stands C feet
8 and Is 24 years old. He is a senior
In the School of Law, playing bis
third year as a Tiger. Lake's home Is
In St. Joseph and he gained his "prep"
football experience by way of William
Jewell College. He holds an "M" in
Lod Hall Ij Rue, end, came irom
experience and has earned a place with
the Tigers through faithful hard work.
This is his second year on the team.
Larry is a senior in tne college oi
irrlctiltnre. welchs 155. stands li feet
10 and is 22 years old. He Is playing
a safe, conservative, reliable game at
end. La Kue has a baseball "M."
Max Emmett Miller, halfback, is a
Columbia boy who played a bit on
the Columbia High School team.
"Rabbit j Is the lightest man on tne
Tiger squad, weighing only 137
Sounds, tie stanus o leec u anu is
tmm nl1 Tills Is his first; vear as
a Tiger, although he Is a senior In
the College or Agriculture. uauDir
Is about the quickest starting liackfield
man the Tigers have. He has come to
the front rapidly In the last few
William Stanley Morgenthaler, guard,
is a man who has been developed this
year, from last year's scrubs. He Is
a reliable guard, weighing 1C7 and
standing 5 feet 10. He is 22 years old.
Morgenthaler's address is gfayq-r-w
Columbia and his experience as on the
fVilnmlila Illch School team. He is a
Junior In the College of Arts and Sci
ence, playing his first year as a Tiger.
William loltimous I'resion, guaru,
weighs 1GS, stands 5 feet 11 and is 21
years old. He halls from Lockwood,
Mo., where he played on the high
school team. Preston Is 'a sophomore
in the College of Arts and Science,
playing his first season with the Vars
ity. He Is a good average player, who
lias progressed from the scrubs.
Richard Boyclrn Rutledgr, first sub
stitute quarterback, Is a Columbia
youngster who learned some football
at the local high school. He weighs
153, stands 5 feet 7 and is 19 years old.
"Rut" is a sophomore in the College
of Arts and Science, playing his first
season with the Tigers. He Is the
scrappy Irishman of the team, always
Jacob Speelman. end, is a foreigner,
hailing from Grand Rapids, Mich.,
where he picked up the rudiments at
high school. "Jake" weighs 172,
stands 5 feet 11 and Is 22 years old.
He is a junior in the School of Med
icine, working his second year on the
Varsity. Speelman very probably Is
All-MIssourl-Valley timber, having a
reputation for playing lust as hard as
he has to, rising superior to the occa
sion when n big game is on. He
starred in last year's Kansas game.
"Jake" holds a basketball "M."
Paul Howe Shepard, halfback. Is
one of the veterans, playing his last
year. His punting ability has kept
the ball away from Missouri's goal
time and again when scores were
threatened. "Shep" weighs 16S, stands
5 feef 11, is 22 years old, gives Chi
cago, III., as his home, played no
"prep" football and is a junior In the
College of Agriculture. Last yearj
auvii wus uauuacK on iuo iu-.ui
sourf-Valley team. He Is a good hand
at Intercepting forward passes. "Shep"
won an "M" in track.
liilllp Mclnry bavagr, halfback. Is
a man to whom too many bouquets
can not be handed this year. He has
come up from a substitute scrub Into
mighty good Varlslty material, excell
ing In line plunges. "I'hll" Is a hard
worker, weighs 153, stands 5 feet 9$,
Is 21- years old, graduates from the
School of Engineering next spring, is
playing his flrst year on the team nnd
eouies from St. Louis, where he played
on the Soldan High School team.
CIIITord Daniel VanDyne, guard,
weighs 178, stands C feet. Is IS years
old and registers as a sophomore In
the College of Arts and Science. This
Is his flrst year with the Tigers. He
comes from Scdalla, Mo., where he
learned some football In high school.
"Van" is the youngest man on the
team, nut is coming last anu is ex
pected to hold a regular job next sea-
TO SELL BED CROSS SEALS
Columbia Campaign Under 3ran.
agement of Dr. Miller.
Although the American Red
Cross is doing a great deal of re
lief work for the suffering in Eu
rope, they will not neglect the Red
Cross Christmas Seal campaign in
the United States. The campaign
is to raise money to fight tuber
culosis. In 1913 4,878 people in Missouri
died of tuberculosis, and there are
25,000 suffering from it now.
RIGHT TO LIVE TO 4C3 DOGS
SIX TO LIBRARIANS' MEET
II. 0., Severance And Others Go to
Scdalla This Week.
Among the Columbia people who
are attending the annual meeting of
the Missouri State Librarian Asso
ciation at Sedalia the latter part of
this week are: Librarian, h!" O.
Severance, Miss Mary E. Baker,
Miss Rachel Ogle, Miss Ella Pee
ples. Miss Lillian Bucklew of the
College of Agriculture library, and
Miss Anne Douglas of Stephens
LORD ROBERTS BDRIEI)
liarlcn Rolierta Wooilr. fullback. Is
called "Ozark" because he comes from
Ozark, Mo., where his earlier football
expericnev was gained. He weighs
15.. stands 5 feet 8 nnd Is 20 years
old. He Is a Junior In the College of
Agriculture, playing Ills first season j
with the Varsity. Woody's defensive
work Is good. On offensive, he Is one
of the fastest, shiftiest men of the pony
backfleld. He won his "M" In base
ball last year.
'Oranl Wjull, Jr.. second substitute
quarterb.ick, learned football on his
home high school team at Webster
(roves, Mn. He weighs 149, stands 5
fis-t 11 and Is 19 jears bid, being reg
istered as a sophomore In the College
of Arts and Science. This Is his flrst
year with the Varsity. Wyatt is
young, but is learning rapidly.
Lester lluM-oni WlkotT, halfback, has
eome into his own the last few weeks.
Always good on the defense, lie Is In
coming a good hand at carrying the
ball, having starred in the Drake and
Washington games. "Rottles" weighs
150, stands 5 feet 10, Is 21 years old,
comes from Chilllcotbe. where he
rilayed on the high school team, and
s :i senior In the School of Education,
being with the Varsity for the flrst
time this je.ir. Wlkoff also plays
WrntuoHh Wilder, fullback, is a
brother of Allen 11. Wilder, n former
Tiger star. He comes from St. Louis,
where he learned some football on the
Soldan High School team. Wilder
weighs ins, stands fi feet 11 nnd Is 20
ye.irs old. being a junior In the School
of Kngineerlng. This Is his first sea
son as i Tiger. Ills good kicking and
general defenshe work have earned
him his place on the third Tiger bick-field.
Seventy More Licenses Issued
Time to I'aj Short.
Seventy persons have paid for
dog licenses in the last three days.
A total of 463 fees have been paid.
There are still several days left!
for the delinquent dog-owners to
pay this tax. A count of all the j
dogs Is being taken and all who!
have not paid at the expiration of I
the time will be fined.
Thousands Pay Respect to Memory
Refugees Watch Funeral.
LONDON, Nov. 19. Thousands
RIG DAY FOR WESTERN' UXIOX
Cass Comity Club Elects Officers.
The Cass County Club, at its
meeting Monday night In the Y. M.
C. A. Building, elected the follow
ing officers: President, Georgia E.
Cantrell; vice-president,. Harold
Hancock: secretary, Roscoe Sum
mers; treasurer, Oren Webster.
The date decided upon for the an
nual "wienio" and marshmallow
roast is Friday, November 27.
Miss Sadie Kent Here on Business.
Miss Sadie T. Kent, librarian of
tho State Normal Sohool at Cape
Girardeau, Mo., has been in "Colum
bia since Monday on business. Miss
Kent left yesterday afternoon for
Sedalia, where she will attend the
Missouri Librarian Association
meeting the last three days of this
G73 Messages and 15,718 Words
Handled Lust Saturday.
Last Saturday was a big day for
the local office of the Western
Union Telegraph CompanyThe of
fice handled 15,718 words during
the day, 13,318 of which were sent
to other points and 2,400 received
here. Six hundred and seventy
three messages were handled dur
ing the day.
6 Vic Wnverly Corn, 4 for 2."c
CWc Tomatoes, 4 for 2.c
:ic Lenox Soap 3c
15c Best Red Salmon 15c
lUc. Rest Pink Salmon.. ..10c
3 1-3 Searchlight Matches, 3
5c Grape Frnit, 54 size 5c
3c Grape Fruit, 80 size 3c
10 lbs. Sugar 50c
stood with uncovered heads in a
cold rain to pay respects to the
memory of Lord Roberts while the
cortege passed to St. Pauls. Many
thousand European refugees were
in line. The high army govern
ment officials assisted at the funeral.
Academs Elect IV. W. Wisdom.
W. W. Wisdom was elected pres
ident of the junior class in the Col
lege of Arts and Science of the
University yesterday afternoon.
Illinois Lump and
Screened Coal burn to
ashes no clinkers.
Whittle & Hockadaj
Coal Co. '
In suran c e
with companies having
to pay losses
We insure against accident,
health, automobile, employ
er's .liability and .surety
You had belter be safe than
to be sorry.
Hare a talk with me at once.
T H E N S
J. G. LONG
Owner and proprietor
508-10 Caitar BIJf. Phone til!
MISSOURI vs. KANSAS
$3.75 TO KANSAS CITY AND RETURN
$5.35 TO LAWRENCE AND RETURN
Tickets on sale for special trains only. Good returning on
special trains leaving Kansas City 11:30 p. m. Saturday, No
vember 21st, and special leaving Kansas City C:40 p. m. Sunday,
November 22nd. Tickets between Kansas City and Lawrence
reading via either A. T. & S. P. or Union Pacific are good on
all regular or special trains.
SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
Friday, November 201Ii.
LeaTC Columbia 12:45 p. m., arriTe Kansas CKy G:30 p. m.
Leaie Columbia 10:00 p. m. arrive Kansas City 7:00 a. m.
First special, coaches only; second special coaches. Standard
and Tourist sleepers. To insure accommodations in sleepers
reservations should be made at Wabash Ticket Office at once.
Special train of coaches, Standard and Tourist sleepers will
leave Kansas City 11:30 p. m. Saturday, November 21st, arrive
Columbia 7:00 a. m. Sunday. Reservations in sleepers return
ing should be made at Pullman Ticket Office. Union Depot, Kan
sas City. Another Special, coaches only, will leave Kansas City
6:40 p. m. Sunday, November 22, arrive Columbia 11:55 p. m. '
Regular arid special train service on A. T. &. S. P. and -Union
Pacific between Kansas City and Lawrence.
EARLE LIN1) J. C ABBOTT,
I). F. Jfe P. A. Wabash R. R. Agent, Wabash R. RL,
Moberly, Mo. -Columbia, Mo.
1847 Rogers Silverwear
Roller and Ice Skates
These are special offers at special prices.
They hold good for the next few days
only. Phone 147 or call tomorrow.
F o o t ba 1
Game, Nov. 21.
Columbia (o Lawrence and return,
Kansas City to Lawrence and return
Leave new Union Station at Kansas City
11:15 a. m., 12:30 p. m. and 1:00 p. m.
Returning leave Lawrence 5:15 p. m. and
5:30 p. m.
There are also regular trains leaving
Kansas City at 7:45 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and
11:30 a. m.
Regular trains returning leave Lawrence
5:44 p. in. and 8:40 p. m.
Street cars from Santa Fe depot in Law
rence to grounds.
Go and root for your team it's the big
game of the year.
Official route for Missouri University
team, band and friends; also Kansas Uni
versity alumni of Kansas City.
Geo. W. Hagenbuch, Gen'l Agent,
005 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas Game in Columbia
0 The Missourian has leased a wire direct
from McCook Field in Lawrence and will
receive the story of the game play by play
in the University Auditorium. An admis
sion of ten cents will be charged, the
Proceeds to Belgian Relief Fund
Sit in a comfortable seat in the Auditorium.
Be loyal to your team; enjoy the game and
know that at the same time you have given,
a small amount ten cents toward the
relief of suffering in Europe.
The Missourian reports will be sent direct
to the Auditorium. Nothing will be re
ceived at the down town office.
If You Can;t Be in Lawrence, Be in the -4
Auditorium at 2:30 F. M.
. Price 10 Cents
Help The Missourian Aid the Belgians.
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