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The Tigers have started secret
nractlce for the Missouri-Kansas game.
From now on every effort will be made
to have all of the injured players In
shape. Practice is being held on Rol
lins Field in the afternoon and In
Rothwell Gymnasium at night, In order
to perfect all of the plays that the
jayhawkers defense will have to
Bass has not recovered from the In
torr received in the Oklahoma game.
ne is able to play tackle, Urle
Jrobably will play the other tackle.
Captain Hamilton then will have a
chance to play his old position at
center. McLane the drop kicker, who
has been out of the game all season is
In good shape. Schroeder's shoulder
is still bothering him and he may be
unable to play. If he Is not in con
dition he will be replaced by Marshall.
Slusber and Urie have been doing the
panting this week and both are get
ting their kicks awayfast.
Has Broken Nose.
Thomas Berry, Tiger left-guard, suf
fered a broken nose when he collided
with a teammate while going through
signal practice in Rothwell Gym
nasium last night.
Former Tigers AMI Play
In Army-XaTT Came at K. C.
Missouri will be represented In the
Army-Navy game to be played
Saturday at the American Association
Baseball Park in Kansas City. Al
though Anton Stankowski, last year's
Missouri quarterback, has just been
released from quarantine, he will
probably lead the Funston men in
their attack on the Naval recruits.
John Hudson, who was a substitute on
the Varsity for two years, may get in
to the game.
The Missouri Valley also will be
represented by Fast of Kansas, former
Captain Lindbey of Kansas and
"Poge" Lewis of Washington.
Conference Meet Ends
Cross Country Season.
The Missouri Valley Cross Country
Meet in Manhattan, Kan., last Satur
day, which was won handily by the
Iowa State Agricultural College team,
was the concluding event of the sea
son in the conference. The Univer
sity of Missouri team has taken part
in only ,two meets this fall, the con
ference contest and the dual meet
against the Iowa State College. Mis
souri was defeated by the Iowa school
and, with four teams entered, took
third place in the conference run. At
Manhattan Banks was the fiirst Mis
souri man to finish, getting sixth
place Flint, cross-country captain,
There were four teams in the meet.
Ames finished first with a score of
24 holding the first three positions.
Hawthorn of Ames finished first in 2C
minutes and 56 seconds. This is 1G
seconds behind the Missouri Valley
record, which is now held by Rodkey
of the University of Kansas. The
course was muddy and heavy. The
University of Kansas finished second
with a score of 49 and the Kansas
Aggies fourth with a score of 79.
Missour men finished in the follow
ing order: Banks, first; Flint, sec
ond; Reeder, third; Riddle, fourth and
McGregor, fifth. Blackburn was in
the meet but tailed to finish. He
finished sixth in the Missouri-Ames
dual meet at Ames. In this meet Ames
finished first, holding the first five
positions. In the Kansas-Kansas Ag
gies dual meet Kansas won by one
The Ames team will be one of the
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four to enter the big ten meet at Chi
cago next Saturday.
Junior Hockey Team
Defeats Sophomores 1 to 0.
The Junior hockey team defeated the
sophomore team 1 to 0 yesterday after
noon on girls hockey field. This
was the first class-championship game
of the season. The seniors play the
freshmen at 4:15 o'clock this after
noon. Other games scheduled are:
Junior-freshmen, Wednesday;- senior
sophomores, Thursday; sophomore
freshmen, Monday, and senior-Junior,
The game yesterday was hard fought
on both sides, Miss Mary Stewart and
Miss Pearl Ragsdale were referees and
Miss Ruby Cllne, scorer. The line-up
Juniors (1) SoDhomores fm
Beatrice Heibel cf Virginia Wood
Hazel George ri Ivy Fox
Jennie Kingsley li Jeggy Spuehler
Mary Hill rw Ada Brainerd
Beulah Poole lw Molly R. Hays
Rose Armstrong ch M. Shocklev
nachel Stutsman lb Ruth Dulaney
Helen Copeland Ifb Mildred Logan
Miriam Thurman rib Angela Cox
Irene Fisher gk Sarah Searcy
Mrs. Thomas Wood Parry, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella D.
Taylor, at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house, returned to her home in Kansas
City today. Mrs. Parry, state presi
dent of the U. D. C. has just returned
from the U. D. C. general convention
at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mrs. Henry Reinhart gave a box
party at the Columbia Theater Monday
afternoon. The guests were Mrs.
Bella KIrkbride, Mrs. Turner Gordon,
Mrs. Kate Conley, Mrs. J. C. Jones,
Mrs. Luella W. St Clair-Moss and
Mrs. J. S. Branham.
Miss Juliet Bowling bad one table
of bridge Monday night at her home.
The Ka'ppa Alpha fraternity has
changed the time of its dance an
nounced for Friday, November 30, at
the Boone Tavern, from afternoon to
Mrs. Charles A. Powell entertained
the University Dames Club at her
home yesterday afternoon. Ten guests
Mrs. Elizabeth Herring Plunkett of
Kansas City is visiting at the Pi Beta
Phi house and will remain in Colum
bia for the Thanksgiving game. Mrs.
Plunkett was a student in the Univer
sity last year and a member of the Pi
Beta Phi sorority.
Last night was pan-Hellenic dinner
night for the various sororities.
Representatives'-frbm each sorority
were guests at one of the other .
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Babb gave a
dinner last night in honor of their
son. Lieutenant Glenn Babb, who is
B famous tobacco for cigarettes. m
THE EVENING MISS0UB1AN,
visiting them on a- leave. The
guests were: Miss Pearle Mitchell,
Mrs. Ella D. Taylor, Mrs. Thomas
Wood Parry of Kansas City, Duke
Parry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Martin.
Mrs. Guy L. Noyes will entertain a
few girls informally at luncheon Fri
day in honor of Miss Helen Williams.
The Sigma Nu fraternity will give
an informal matinee dance at the
chapter house Friday afternoon.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Miss Saxle Grant of Fulton is in Co
lumbia this week, visiting her sister.
Miss Mary Gladden Grant, 1115 Uni
versity avenue. Miss Grant has just
returned from Clay Center, Neb.,
where she had been teaching school.
Miss Roberta Herring and Miss
Margaret K. Mumford of Christian
College returned yesterday morning y
Irom a week-end visit to Kansas city.
They also visited Camp Funston Sun
day. The German Club held its regular
meeting Tuesday evening at the Y. M.
C. A. Auditorium.
The juniors of Christian College
sang their class songs, written to
nnnular nirs. ta trip seniors In the
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chapel yesterday morning. 1
Hammet May of the United States .
Marine Station at Paris Island, S. C,
arrived in Columbia this afternoon for
a -few days' visit.
The University Dramatic Club met
at the Missouri Union Building last
The Sophomore Agricultural Club
held a meeting at the Missouri Union
Building last night.
Miss Evelyn Beer, who has been
visiting relatives, left this morning
for her home in Keokuk, la.
The Y. W. C. A. will held a
Japanese bazar in the Y. W. C. A.
Let us take your orders
for the game.
We will have lots of
them up to the last
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1917.
Room of Academic Hall, December 3,
4 and G.
'Orin Rothmeyer, a student In the
University, will spend the week-end In
Mrs. Maleta H. Scott, 203 South
Sixth street, departed this morning
for Belton, Mo., where Bhe will visit.
Orin Rothmeyer, a student of the
University, will spend-the week-end Ii
Miss Doshe Brlstow, who has been
visiting her mother, left this morning
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Shannon, who
have been at the Daniel Boone Tavern,
left this morning for their home in
Walla Walla, Wash.
The Rev. R. E. Nollner of Nashville',
Tenn., who has been visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Nollner, left
this morning for Palestine, Tex.
C. F. Gunther, who has been visiting
here, left this morning. He is in the
employ of the Government and on his
way to France.
T. S. Towe went to Richmond this
morning on business.
T. W. WIsdon went to Warrenton
this morning on business.
T. F. Todd went to Centralia this
T. F. Eubank, who has been visit
ing D. E. Major, left today for his
home ot Holdenville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Spargo and son.
Gray, Jr., who have been visiting Mrs.
Spargo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Kehr, 317 South Fifth street, left to
day for St. Louis, where they will visit
a few days before returning to their
home in Wichita, Kan. Both .Mr. and
Mrs. Spargo are graduates of the
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