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UXIYEHSITT MISSOPBIAS. SOD IT, MAY 14. 1916.
K,U, MEETTO TIGERS
Missouri Walks Away With
Annual Outdoor Contest
by Count of 6S to 41. ;
TWO RECORDS BREAK
Champion Smashes the High
Hurdle and Broad Jnmp
Marks Relay to M.U.
KMs AEEh" KEM'LTS
Track .Missouri 6S, Kansas 41
HdM-lull .Missouri S, Kansas 4
Ita-eliall .Missouri S, Kansas 9
lnttrcliIa-tie .Meet Division
A, Kemper .Military Academy
wins; B, Kansas City West
port wins; C, Harrisonville
High School wins.
ltMEKIHY'.s BIJ.EIULL isCOKES.
Boston 3, Chicago 2.
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3.
Washington 3, Detroit 2.
Cleveland 4, New York 2.
AFTER 13 VICTORIES
TIGERS LOSE TO K,U
Lutheran errices In Tliilo Building.
The Lutheran church services will
Be held in the Thilo building at Broad
way and Tenth street at 7:43 o'clock
tonight instead of in the Y. M. C. A.
Auditorium as previously announced.
The Rev. K. H. Ehlers of .Marshall
will be in charge of the meeting.
Wanted: Someone to take care of
boy S years old of good family, good
manners. Will pay liberally. Inquire
at Gem, Cafe. M-224.
Visitors Win Second Game
of Local Series by
Score of 9 to 5.
Pittsburg o, Boston 3.
Philadelphia 5. Cincinnati 0.
St. Louis 2. Brooklyn 1.
Indianapolis 3, Kansas City
Louisville 10, Milwaukee 2.
Ohio State 3, Purdue 1.
The lisouri-Kansas meet on Rol
lins Field vesterdav was very much
Simpson. The big farmer boy equaled
the world's, record of 14 4-," seconds
in the high hurdle:., established by
him a week ago and officially de
clared a record vesterdav. In the low
hurdles he equaled the Missouri Val
lev record of 24 2-3 seconds,alo held
bv him. and in the broad jump he
made 23 feet C 3-4 inches breaking
the Vallev record bv three-fourths of j
an inch. Beside these events, he won j
the two dashes in fast time, making jJIN-iiurian Athletic Feats uin First
a total of tvventv-five points for his I'e Position in Bcelna.
morning's work. ! 'Congratulations. Simpson puts M.
Incidental- a few other of the it" on front page Regina Province."
Ticer track "team upet the Kansas j This was the telegram received last
figures and ran awav with the mect'cht bv the Missourian from Hugh
v..- n score of fS to 41 The result was J MacKay, John Level, John Murray,
flMMVYs KEIU OF MMl'Mtt
A combination of thirteen straight
victories, the thirteenth of the month
and Smee's right arm was too much
for the Tigers vesterdav- and thev
were beaten by the Jaj hawkers in the
second game of the series by a score
of 9 to 5. Both teams hit the ball
hard, but Smee's superior work in the
pinches and the good support behind
him were sufficient to turn the tide.
Although the game was slow it was
never uninteresting. The lead changed
hands four times and even after Kan
sas went into a four-run lead, the
Tiger rooters never lost heart and
kept after the Tigers to produce an
other rally. Two hits were all that
they could make in the last three in
Tieers (let Earlj Lead.
The Tigers ere lucky m the first
and got awav to a two-run lead.
Farmer hit safely and, when Wandell
lost Hogg's fly, took third. Hogg
stole and a wild pitch advanced both
runners a notch. Hogg scored on
Giltner's slow- grounded to second.
With these two runs and with Brv-
placed a man in each event.
Keluv settles Old xurcs
no,. ,n Honht niter thP mile and half- snvder and C M. Elliott, all former
mile were run off and Missouri had students of the School of Journalism, ant disposing of the Jav hawkers In al-
vvlio comprise a "Missouri Colonv ' on raosi one-iwo-mree oruer ine game
looked like a repetition of Thursday's,
hut Kansas came back in the third
While the high jump, in which Bak
er and Pittam tied for first clinched
the meet for the Tigers, interest wa j
still high in the mile relav, which was
to be a deciding race between the
Special Showing for
We feature the nety Sirallou', Palm
and Chinchin shapes.
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'the stafi of the Regina Province, an
evening newspaper published at Re-
Igina. Saskatchewan. Canada, a city of Two safe hits and Davis poor judg-
. 30 U00 MacKav is one of the owners ' nient of Wood's grounder put men on !
rival relav teams Elliot drew the
pole for Kansas and kept the lead
around the Jirst turn, but Pittam pass
ed him on the other end of the track
and gave a five-jard lead to Eaton.
Campbell, however, was too fat for
the Tigers' s'cond runner and passed
him on the stretch, giving O Iearv a
a three-vard lead over Wvatt. This
was the prettiest quarter of the race,
with both men close all the way
around O'Leary finished about a
vard ahead of the Missouri man. but
Dagzy bv a burst of speed right at the
start passed Rodkev on the first turn
and steadilv lengthened the spae be
tween them, winning easily bv vards
The time was 3 23, three-fifths of a
second slower than the local track
even First for Missouri.
Misson won seven of the thirteen
individual events and tied for rrst m
one of the others. Kansas cleaned up
in the distance runs, as was epectcd,
though Missouri men slipped in for
seconds in the mile and the half
Kansas aKo won the quarter, one o!
the prettiest events of thp dav Wvatt
made a strong bid for first place on
both straightawavs, but wa unable
to take the lead from O'Learv. who
made the fat time of 3i 1-3 seconds
Warren won the discus bv a mar
gin of s-ven feet, but Reber of Kan
sas beat him a foot in shoving out the
shot. Missouri took both places in
the high jump, but in the broad jump
Grutzmacher of Kansas gave Bob
Simpson a run for his place when he
made 22 feet S inches. The pole
vault was a tie between Pattison and
M. I. Freshmen Run Itolaj.
Just to show Kansas what to ex
pect next vear, two Missouri fresh
man teams ran a match half-mile re
lay race. The winners made the fast
time of 1-33 1-3
The summarv follows-
N'Tiril tlish simp,,,,. Mi-.uri. first
Jlcnlik. MIssMurl. s, nc Tim. 0 Id l-
MH run .rn!v. Kins is first: Oil.el
nrm, Missouri se.onl Time. 4 "; 1-".
I'ole viult I'oe!I, Missouri nrnl 1'itti
of the paper.
first and third and Gibbens' bingle
hrnnrht the first run mpr thp nlntn H
ITLEIMiIXS l'L U'E Wnnrlell irnt n TeAns-lenmipr fillinp-
..rti...p.,.r,. n.iw. i..,,.i.. :.. .. .1 the bases, and Smees screecher past
1KIIUIK ,1 111 lu- 1UIIIIO 111 IOII1I .1
Meet t;i-4." , second allowed two more to register.
r.v I nlte.1 l'ress i Neither team scored in the fourth,
LAFAYETTE. Ind . Mav 13. Pur- though Dippold hit a two-bagger over
due defeated Northwestern todav in I Wandell's head and took third on a
the dual track and field meet, CI to fumble by Wood.
43 A slow track prevented extra fast ' The Jav hawkers strengthened their
work in the runs and sprints. lead in the fifth on Gibbens' hit, a
Gravs of Northwestern was badly ' passed ball, an infield out and an er-
nurt in running the low hurdles With iror il
second place captured, he fell ten feet The sixth saw Missouri's last ef-
from the tape and crawled over for fort Hogg fanned. Giltner, Dippold
third place. ,and Bumirarner singled in succession,
.. 77; scoring one Two more counted when
niiiM-r i,iKrs ii. l. irach.
'Wandell dropped Davis' long drive to
' That Fatal .seventh.
1 Weltmer opened the seventh with a
safe hit and both runners were safe
Jack Grover of the K C A C, who
acted as starter in the Missoun-Kan-
!ns illml tflOOt i OCtonlll mn,nlnr
thinks highlv of the track on Rollins
Field "If I were a ninnpr. T Vrinw
Jof no track in the country that I would hen BrJant f,el(,ed Woo,1's bunt t0
rather run on," he said . uuliI au.awcu a hoicii on
Gibbens' sacrifice and both scored
when Farmer overthrew home on Wan-
son Kinsqs.tl.il for first. H.isht. II dell's grounder.
l-iivinl huri'lle- .iiiipsun. Missouri, vanced Wandell to third and a squeeze
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lo Tt'imies - v i'1-uiM-,-. in tat was relieved by Taylor in this
--jo v. ml hurcllt- simpson. Missouri ning
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TXHEN You High School Stu-
dents come back next Fall
to enter up in one or another of
the departments of the great
University of Missouri
We want you to visit the Miller Shoe Store the store
that's known among thousands of students, former stu
dents and graduates as the store that brings "Back East"
styles to Columbia and exhibits them just as early as the
New York and Chicago stores show them.
rim.-, i pjaj on a w ll(j pltch an(1 Taj lor s nit
first, to left brought over what proved to
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ii-iioiji. ni-iiun, stiimi iinjf, o imldl
il AX7HEN you enter the University, Stephens or
Christian Colleges also enter up at Mil
lers we guarantee the satisfaction will be as great.
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boy S vears old of good familv, good
manners. Will pay liberally. Inquire
at Gem Cafe. M-224.
Kills is .
For rent Modern apartments of'W.itm. r,
four rooms, bath and sleeping porch
Conveniently located to Univer5itv
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Full Vtcniliteil As a Junior Colle-re lij the University n" Jlissouri
ku: i:i:vsos nnv rnmvn collei.e iiteies to hepke.
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2 Tor students who v. Mi to specialize in music the CONSERVATORY
oners strong courses in Piano. Voice, and Violin leading to graduation. More
than 200 students m music Schools of Education, of Mu-ic. of Art. of Ex
pression, of Household Economics, and of Business.
. Here are the cultural opportunities of a great State Urmershv town
with the advantages of choice a-sociation in a woman's college. Student's from
more than 20 state of the Union
, , 4' 20 .ncre campus; 5 modern buildings i alued at $350,000. Roof Garden,
Lake. Tennis, Basketball. Horseback Riding.
i " A,l.man president with 21 ear5' experience as a college administrator
is the head ot a happv college home life.
6. Interesting club- for social, athletic, dramatic and literarv interests, of en
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. rue to Registrar for catalog.
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