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u. . CAMPOS 'NOTES J. O. Watson, extension lecturer in dairying, has returned from the Jack son County Cow Testing show at Kan sas City. T. W. Reed, dairy instructor in the University, has returned from Kansas .City, where he attended the American Royal Stock: Show. C. H. Williams, secretary of the Ex tension Division of the University, is expected to return today from (a, trip to 'Clinton and Nevada. ' C. E. Carter, who was graduated from the College of Agriculture of the University last year, is here arrang ing for a course of extension lec tures in Clay County. Mr. Carter Is county agent of Clay County. Winter is coming. The dogs have entrance near the -foot 'of Xqwry street The steam heats the grodnjl, around these veats7and they serve as good sleeping quarters for tramp dogs., j The quadrangle is shrinking rapid; ly and soon there will not be room for the columns! This- startling infor mation was issued by a sophomore in the School of Engineering, who has been engaged la surveying the quad. He says that the measurements were much smaller than those of former years. TIGEKS, OUTCLASSED, . . LOSE lS-TO-a SAME (Continued' From Page One) Chicago "DftMp" la Places. By United Preis. CHICAGO; Oct 9. The "Dry Sun day" edit' will not make Chicago en tirely dry tomorrow. Cafe owners plan to sell supplies of drinks before begun to retire for the night around j midnight, thus allowing patrons who the steam-pipe vents at the campus remain io drink them on Sunday. It's the Fit That Counts! No matter how stylish a suit may be, if it does not fit you it doesn't look well. A suit made by us is bound to fit well because you try it on be fore the bastings are removed. Be sides, everystitch is made by us right in our shop. We do cleaning and pressing also. CHRIS 0. EHINGER 1011 BROADWAY , Also Heme of Brooks & Co. 25-yard line. Rutledge was tackled before he threw an attempted for ward pass. McMillan went in for 'Rider. Pittam failed at a field goal from the 25-yard line. Washington punted to mldfleld. Missouri failed at a forward pass, but on a second attempt, Pittas to Rut ledge, netted 20 yards. ' PHtam was forced to punt The Pikers had the ball on .their 5-yard line' when the 'game ended. Final score, Washington 13, Missouri 0. The line-up: MISSOURI (01 WASHIN'P.TOV iti iSpeelman (Capt.). 1 e.........r. c Klin uroveg. u t. r. t, Hackman Mulr, I. if. r. g., Wright Lansing, c c, Wetzci Preston, r. k...... ,...1. k, Grossman Van Dyne, r. L , I. t. Gray Clay, r. e......... .....1. e Berry Collins, (j. b. ? q. b Touchstone Heppy, I. h r. b, Femberton Pittam, r. h. ,.1. h Martin nmie, r. n..... i. u Latvia. fCapt.) Substitution fiiitner for Pittam. Wyatt iu, ixiiiuci, ntciu lur iujiius, .ouins IOr yatt, McAnaw for White. . Pittam for Rennr. Ratledce lor Klein. Rider for tn. Annw, McMillan for IUrter. Daugherty for i-resion, nuHiiK lor ivung. Officials Radcllu (Illinois), referee; Bur rows (Illinois), umplrer Thomas (Purdue), head linesman. C H. S. OPENS SEASON OCT. 15 When you wa;nt a picture that is an honest likeness a picture that shows you as your friends kn;w you then' come to us, we take them.. Our equipment is complete and the best obtainable. This together with our large north skylight assures the bejt results. -, '11 If ?w J Coach Todd's Light Tiwa Will Meet Montgomery City Here. Columbia High School will open the football season by playing Montgom ery City at the fairgrounds here Fri day afternoon, October, 15. The game will be called at 3 o'clock. Coach Todd has about forty men running signals. He expects to use at least twenty-two men in .the first game. "The average weight of the team Is Just twenty-five pounds lighter this year than last," said Coach Todd; "Only four letter men are on the squad Wayland, 174-pound.tackle, the i heaviest man on the squad; T. Shutt, J 172-pound tackle; RuUedge, halfback, , and Henderson, center and halfback. ,ChalHes, 196-pound tackle last year and the heaviest man in school, is ineligible on account of grades. Va natta and Hardester, two other main stays of the team last year, are In eligible for the same reason. "The schedule is a hard one this year and it will take speed and hard work to overcome -the disadvantage in weight We expect our hardest games with the KIrksville High School. The first of these will be played at KIrksville, October 23. The second will be played here November 19. The other games are with Sedalia, Oc tober 29; Mexico Military Academy; November 8, and Shelbina, November 12. All of these will be played "in Columbia." " U. H. S. TEAM IN HAKD PRACTICE Phone 708 Red Whittle Building I First Game Will Be Next Saturday With Strong Mexico Teas. With the hardest game of the sea son, the one with Mexico Military Academy, to be played next Saturday, the University High School football team Is working hard to get into 'haue. The team at Mexico is unusu ally strong this year; it held the West'' mlns'cr Blue Jays to a tie score a week ago. The hope of the Columbia team cen ters about H. Wilkinson and Paul Cheavens, the only men of last year's' eleven on this year's team. IIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlilIIIIIIIIItlIIIlIIlIIIIIIIlfIIIflIIIIflUIIUIllI3 if We Develops 1 ER E E All Films Purchased SC0DTS DEFEAT RANGE LINERS-. Score 13 to 0 in Game on Rollins Field r Merritt Qulnn Stars. A football team of the Boy Scouts' here defeated a team made up f Range Line boys at Rollins Field af ter the Civic League's exercises Fri-( day afternoon. The Scouts made 13 tolnts, while the Range Line boys did not reach the goal. Lynn Kraus, who coached the Boy Scouts team, hail charge of the game. Merritt Qulnn, captain of the Boy Scouts team, was the star, player, making two touchdowns. William Fox" showed sklll at tackling. . " US; s: p tfeHlittoun Skie MUST HAYE CANE OR SWIM Senior Lawyers Plan to "BHCk" Tio- iators of Class Rale. There is a chance that some others who are not freshmen may go in tho pond. This danger faces the senior lawyers. That each senior lawyer must car ry a cane, beginning tomorrow morn ing, was the resolution passed at a. meeUng of the senior law students.; held at 10 o'clock Friday. Anyone vio lating this resOluUon may be "ducked." MAr RECOGNIZE CARHANZA' 1 Southwest Corner University Library BlocH. 1 Pan-American Conference Recom mends Acknowledgment. By TTnlteiP PreM. WASHINGTON, Oct 9. Recogni tion of the Carranza government was' decided upon today at a meeting of the Pan-American Peace Conference here. The delegates recommended ;to their governments that Generaf Car , ranza be recognized as head of the de- facto government. Celebrates Riley's Birthday. The birthday anniversary of James Whitcomb Riley was celebrated at the chapel assembly hour at Christian College yesterday morning Dean JBliiabeth A. Hall, had xharge of the program. Miss Hall gavean account , of the0 birthday banquet at Indianapo lis lat Thursday. She also described the poets, home. A tribute to Ri .leyfrema recent number of the Cen tnry magazine was, read, by .Miss Blanche Osborn. "Out at Old Aunt Mary's" was read by Miss Katherinc Connell; "Onr Hired, Girl," by Miss Margaret Hutchings; "The Man In the Moon," by Mite Miriam Murphy. Cajaariags' Hem Prey for Robbers. By yalted. Press. DES MOINES, IiL, Oct 9. Robbers last night got about $1,000 in cash and many valuable diamonds from the home of Senator Albert B. Cumralngs. Jadge Harrfe te TaBt.ai Faraai. Judge David' H. Harris wUf speak at tie Y.'.M. C A. Forum at 6:45 o'clock Monday Bight. Shingles Catch Fire Fre Syark. A spark from the flue dropped on the shingles and caused a ire at the home -of W. Alberta, 818 North Eighth street, yesterday morning. The house was only slightly damaged. Bey Ben te Mr. sad Mrs. J. Ci Creaey. An eight-pound hoy waB bora" to Mr. .and Mrs Jerome G. -Creasy? 414 North Eighth .street', Friday afternoonr Central Bank Tmm SU Fourteen minutes after leaving bOX in thp Ofrralf fVirt traalo.'i the; Jury in the case of the Cent Bank against Paul a Lyda retur a verdict in favor of the defend finding that he should sot be held payment of two, notes of $500 The bank sought to collect the cf Lyda, the maker.. They had bSered to it by J. N. Booth, head of 1 he defunct Colombia Abstract Com-' pany, who bad obUlaed them of Lyda. A daughter was born Mrs. A. M. Schwahe,, avenue." yesterday morning. to Mr. aad; 206 Forest t 3rot-Moc k TIADCMUK Far Grownrxtps arid Growing-ups. New Trot-Mocs k aW fUR Winter shipment of Trot-Mocs is now ready for your inspection. We take special pride in calling these really remakable shoes to your attention because we were among the first to recog nize them as a wholly NEW IDEA in Footwear. The trade which we have developed and the satisfaction Trot Mocs have given has verified our judgment. Thousands of people who have never tried Trot-Mocs will learn their exceptional com fort this season. About half the weight of ordinary shoes, soft and pliable from the VERY FIRST, yet as good looking as any shoe you have, ever worn, they are bound to increase in popularity. Ideal for chil dren and equally good for you. Come in while the Selection is Unbroken. ttf. i i T iJZy vl " '-if - , Jh ..- V LEVY'S EXCLUSIVE AGENTS -.if. .: MUSIC Tonight our Orchestra will render selections that are pleasing to the ear, some ragtime, some classical, and some specialties they ar ranged themselves. And while ail this good music is going on, the chef in our kitchen marks time with the up-to-the-minute "Good things to Eat" and sets the pace which places our name on the lips of every quality eater of Columbia. Your girl likes to eat here. If she is not very hungry she can order the most delicate sandwich or salad, and knows it will be served "just to her liking." If her appetite suggests something heavier, we serve anything she desires. Cream ed Chicken Patties, Small Steaks, Thick. Steaks, Planked Steaks, Ambrosia Salad, Thousand Island Salad, St. Paul Sandwich, Home Made Juicy Cherry Pies, Ice Cream and just a Jof'of other good. . things. We have a surprise on our Menu for you tonight. Music 6:30 to 8:30 . ' . ' '.sIHA.r'risJc' Sixteen South Ninth . ,'..: v Telephone ffiigSty" Nine . . "-' ' i , .-. :JVir Quality Retgnf. -'- ' '. Ai ? 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