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THE EYEST5Q MIBSOUBIAy, THUBSPAY, OCTOBER i, 1917.
SPORT
The probable line-up for Saturday's
game with William Jewell Is: Schroe
der and Slusher, ends; Captain Ham
ilton and Bass, tackles; Klrkpatrlck,
Kolb, Berry, Krandall or Plerson,
guards; Greenwood, center; Stevens,
quarterback: Rider, Vlner, Marshall,
Collins, Edwards, Wilson or McLaln
In the backDeld.
Captain Hamilton Misses
Practice First Time
Paul Hamilton, captain of the 1917
Tigers, missed practice yesterday for
the first time In his four years on the
gridiron, being in the Parker Memo
rial Hospital with a cold. Hamilton
replaced last year's captain, Harry
Lansing, at center most of the time
In 1916, and his teammates gave him
the job of captain at the close of the
season. This fall he has been shifted
to tackle.
Seieral Good Men
In "Hospital Squad."
The condition of the "hospital
squad" remains unchanged. Morris
cannot scrimmage on account of his
lame side. He probably will not be
able to be in the game Saturday. Urie
is out on the field each afternoon in
citizen's clothes with his dislocated
arm In a sling. SteTens' broken nose
bothers him some, but he was in last
night's scrimmage. He probably will
be Schulte's selection for the quar
terback position in Saturday's game.
The real light of the freshman team
seems to be Fullbright, who is playing
the quarterback position. He makes
a clean, hard tackle and is adept at
breaking up forward passes. Other
men of high rank on the freshman
team are Lewis, halfback and punter;
Travis and Hardin, tackles; Eberhard
at end andVorhees at center. Coach
Johnny Mlfier has many other good
.heavy men on his squad who should
make valuable material for next fall's
"Varsity ele en.
Users' Bnckfleld
V ill Remain Intact
The University of Missouri's back
field -nlll remain intact throughout
the season of 1917. This Information
reached Columbia today when it be
came known through no less a person
than Major Binnie, head of the Kansas
City Base Hospital Unit that the
Hospital Unit, in which are enlisted
Rider, Viner and Collins, the main
stays of the beckfield that the sailing
date of the unit had been definitely
postponed until next spring. Accord
ing to this Rider, who is captain of
the Tiger track team, may also win
another M in track this coming sea
son, but certainly there will be no
chance of losing any of the men until
after the football season.
3fEECDBY AT 92 LAST M05TH
Highest Temperature Beacked on 7th
lowest. 42 decrees, on 9nd.
The highest temperature during
September was 92 degrees recorded
on the 7th. The lowest was 42 degrees
recorded on the 22nd. The highest
for this month in 29 years was 104
degrees; the lowest, 26 degrees.
The total precipitation for Septem
ber ,was 2.38 inches. The greatest
precipitation in 24 hours was .98
Inches on the 25th-2$th.
The number of clear days was 17;
partly cloudy, 8; cloudy, 5. The total
hours of sunshine was 303.3. The
percentage of possible sunshine was
81.
Farm Professors Change Quarters.
A re-assignment of rooms has hepn
made at the Agricultural Building be
cause or the vacancies made by the
removal or the State Board of Agri
culture to Jefferson City. Prof J. C.
Hackleman and Prof C. A. Helm of the
farm crops department are moving In
to the former rooms of the state dairy
commissioner in the northwest part
of the building. N. M. Beeler, agricul
tural editor, is now In the office va
cated by Jewell Mayes. T. D. Stan
ford, clerk of the experiment station.
occupies the general office room of the
soils department, while the soils de
partment has changed to the former
rooms of Mr. Bioler and T. n Stan
ford opposite Dein Mumford's office.
All the rooms north of the hall on the
second floor are! given over to the
farm extension ) department. The
animal husbandry men retain their
old rooms.
SOCIETY NOTES
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Pag Three
MISCELLANEOUS
Missionary Bally Tomorrow. dooblte,nO; one tingle, 18. JefferonClub,fxnssonrl Teachers' Agency. KlrkiTllIe,
The Womans' Missionary Society of i3U "'" J'319tf " M-sntf
the Broadway Methodist Church will
hold Its autum rally tomorrow be
ginning at 10:30 o'clock. A luncheon
will be served at noon followed by a
program In the afternoon. Mrs. Turn
er McBaine will have charge of the
program.
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' TABLE BOARD for men and women
. one block from Academic Hall. 505
vajuicj aic, puone iu.w mie. r -lZlx
Latest Jass Band music in our
October records John N. Taylor.
(adv)
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Half a Cent a Word a Day
APARTMENTS FOB BENT
WANTED A roommate for young man
student.
Black.
707 Missouri Ave. Phone 037-C-etf
WANTED A side lister for men's
shoes. Good wages and steady work, ile
Elroy Sloan Shoe Co., Louisiana, Missouri.
K-10
FOR RENT Modem, six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly papered; water and heat furnished;
ZH blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone 850-Blick.
C-303-tf
FOB SALE
FOR SALE Six window frames, com
plete with glass panes, for use In cold
frame. Phone 1353-Red.
HELP WANTED
BOOMS FOB BEST
FOR RENT Room for rent In modern
house, quiet family. Terms reasonable.
Phone HGO-Red or call at 1410 Rosemary
Lane. MC-3
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern.
Phone 1054-Red. Apply 317 N. 0th St.
B-20
FOR RENT Two splendidly furnished
rooms, newly papered, new furniture, for
men or women. Phone 1192-Red. B-16
FOR RENT Modern 0 room house.
1112 I'aquln. CS per month. W. E.
Farley, phone 552-Black. F-18
FOR RENT Excellent furnished rooms
and table board for boys, In modern
nouse, one oiock irom Academic nail.
Prices reasonable. S15 S. 6th. G-316tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for boys
or en suite for light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences, one block from
campus, two blocks from postofflce. Phone
824-llIai.k or call 108 S 6th. 31.SII
BOABD
BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, fit; 2 double, $11 each; one
Mrs. H. L. Kempster entertained the '
Alpha Delta Pi sorority last night
with a plcinc.
TW0 BOYS One who has had ex
perience tending a soda fountain; one who
hasn't. Ellis Moscow, Virginia Con
fectionery. M-14tf
TEACHEBS WANTED
FOR our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
Arrow
Collars
2 fir 35
5 for 50
aUEn-PEABODYSCO-INC'
MAKERS
Miss Virginia Flower of Sedalla,
who has been visiting Miss Frances
Gray, 1111 University avenue, re
turned home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Farrlsh of
St. Louis returned home yesterday
after visiting their son, Hamilton
Farrish, Jr., at the Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon house-
Mrs. R. M. Dewey gave a lawn party
yesterday afternoon in honor of the
eighth birthday of her daughter, Jane.
Student Activity
Tickets For AIL
Student activity tickets may bo
purchased by townspeople, Stephens,
and Christian college girls as well
as students in the .University Director
W. E. Meanwell said today, correcting
the belief that the athletic tickets
were for University students only.
The sale by canvass ends today. After
today purchasers must go to the de
partment of athletics to get them.
No deduction in price will be made
later in the season.
Judge and Mrs. John D. La'wson re
turned Tuesday from Chicago, where
they had been spending the summer. I
Mrs. J. W. Charles, her niece, Miss '
Katherine Smith, and nephew, Wll-'
liam Smith, have returned from
Michigan and will spend the winter in
Columbia.
St. Louis U. Cancels
First Two Games.
The first two games on the foot
jball schedule of. St. Louis University
have been cancelled because of the
scarcity of men on the squad. The
cancellation -is tentative and may be
reconsidered if more players arrive
in time for training. The second
game cancelled is that with the Uni
versity of Indiana, scheduled for
October 13. The first Is that
scheduled for next Saturday with the
Cape Girardeau (Mo.) Normal School.
Sneelman is Coaching
At Oberlln College.
Jacob Speelman, M man for three
years on both the football and basket
ball teams. Is now coaching the foot
ball team of Oberlln College at Ober
lin, Ohio.
Abandon their Colors
In Football Togs.
By Associated Press
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. The .scarlet
and cream striped jerseys and stock
ings of the University of Nebraska
which hae been worn by football
elevens of that school since .the first j
game, twenty-seven years ago, havei
been abondoned for solid red jerseys'
and sweaters. The jerseys will be
numbered in white on the backs.
Coach Stewart claims the stripes made
the players look beefy and that credit '
was not given to the team because of
this for several victories.
Alpha Phi Sigma, an organization
of senior women In the University,1
will give a picnic next Wednesday for
all freshman girls, each of whom
will be a guest of one of the seniors
or graduate students In the organization.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ross will
be dinner guests at the Alpha Phi
house tonight.
Miss Irma Locke, a student in the
University, will go to Kansas City
this week-end to meet her sister, Mrs.
Paul Barnes, formerly Miss Enid
Locke, a student here last year, who
is en route to her home in Oklahoma
City.
Mrs. G. D Tucker, 300 South Ninth
street, entertained the following
guests at a birthday dinner party Tues
day: Mrs. Will Cox, Mrs'. F. J. Ben
ton, Mrs. Ed Potts, Mrs. W. T. Brat
ton, Mrs. F. J. Schooler, Mrs. R. L.
Robert, all of Centralia, and Mrs. J.
H. Barnett of Columbia.
George H. Martin of Kansas City
entertained Miss Oma Martin, his
daughter, and Miss Mamie Marshall
at dinner at the Daniel Boone Tavern
Tuesday evening.
H, C.':of L.
BALKED
Our old enemy
High Cost of Living
Had a run-in
The other day
With our clothing chief.
After h. c. of 1.
Finished putting coal
In the list
Of precious stones
He sent his trusty second .
High cost of woolens
To dictate to us!
But our clothing chief
Doesn't like dictation.
When told that soon
We must start
-'. . .
Our clothing "prices
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At twenty dollars
Instead of ten
He told h. c. of 1.
To take a walk
And added sotto voce
(Whatever that is)
That this war
Is not going
t
To last forever,
And we can wait. -.
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But in the meantime
We intend to
Keep right on giving. .
'
Barth value in clothes,
Even If so doing
Means selling
Pretty close to cost.
So, Mr. Man,
If you can buy
"
War-time clothes
At peace-time prices
"
Aren't you losing
By staying away?
Ten to forty-five
Per suit.
WE THANK YOU.
ShiaffeKS
SELF FILLING PEN V
THE PEN THAT MAKES WRITING A PLEASURE
THE
STUDENTS
AND
BUSINESS HANS
PEN
PERFORMS
aU'Hl.V. :U- WHAT OTHERS
PROMISE
2so u
We are offering
For One Day Only
Ladies' Dull
and
Bright Finished Kid
Lace Shoes, Leather
Concave and Leather
Louis Heels
At The Following Prices
$4, $4.50, $5, $5.50
a. i
Your Size is Here, Madam
W&&$
1,1 The Best Place to Have Tour Repairing Done"
Phone 389 Red 24 South 9th Street
fgrm
The Palms
-H
"A Porterhouse!" If you haven't made
this order to the waiter at the Palms you
have missed a delicacy that is becoming
more and more popular every duy. Palms
Porterhouses are popular because served
with French Fried potatoes and a bit of
Worcester sauce they are unequaled any
where in Columbia- Palms Porterhouses
are cooked to your taste, and are served
piping hot. There is nothing more satisfy
ing after a hard hour on the drill campus,
a turn on the links or an afternoon in the
classroom than this specially cooked steak.
Remember the order, "A Porterhouse."
Men Sot In Service
Barred From FootbalL
Uy Associated Press
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 4. Unless
a man physically fit has Identified,
himself with some branch of military
service, he need not expect to playj
looiDau at Yaic mis year, accoraing
to the announcement made by T. A.
D Jones, football coach, today. The
announcement reads:
"No man who Is physically fit and Is
not a member of a reserve officers
training corps or some branch of mili
tary service will be permitted to re
port for football."
October College Fanner Out
The October number of the College
Parmer was mailed out yesterday.
This is the first Issue of the "year.
Our October Victor records Include
some splendid song and dance num
bersJohn N. Taylor. (adv)
V ZrojeMU&uaranto fflian OurJfr--
tiF
Just Received
30--New Fall Suits
The Smartest Models of the Season
Many unusual Bargains .
also
Large Showing of Taffeta
Waists, Plaids, Stripes and
Plain Colors.
Special Prices
Friday and Saturday
Come In and See Them
"?
For Belter Photographs
Holborn Studio
910a Broadway
SEE
J. P. GANT
for
Fire Insurance and Real Estate.
Farms and Residences for sale.
Some choice city homes for rent
Office Phone 923
Res. Phone 1188 Green
MADAME GRANDPIERRE
100S Broadway
Afternoon and evening gowns.
A Specialty
Phone 736
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Cleaning
Pressing, Repairing
TRY OUR SERVICE
VENABLE MUSIC SCHOOL
PIANO AND VIOLIN
Elvira Building , Phone 1135 Green
MARINELLO SHOP
(OTer Scott's Book Store.)
Shampooing, Manicuring-. Minn',
Electrolysis
Complete line of creams and powders
Phone Z07 ttOa Brdr.
Let Holborn make your
PHOTOCRAPHS
We guarantee to please
HOLBORN STUDIO
910a Broadway
9
Office Phone 427 White
Res. Phone 863 Black
Students, Save Your Eyes
Good Eye Sight your best aid in studying. If you
feel the need of glasses consult me. I guarantees
perfect fit. Examination free. The only place in
town that can grind prescription lenses. Bring your
brokenlensesorprescriptionstome. One Day Service
Dr. R. A. Walters
212-214
Guitar Bldg.
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