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" :1 THE EVENING MISSOUBIADK C0IU3IBIA, MISSOURI, JFBEDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919. SPORT Record Crond Expected at Mas Meeting Tonight. The first mass meeting of the 1919 season will be held in the Auditorium of Academic Hall at 7:15 o'clock to night. As this is the first big- student meeting since the war and, at the same time, a mass meeting held for the Dig est student body in the history of the Unireisity, tonight's crowd is expected to be a record one. The chief work for this evening will be the selection of a cheer leader, the three candidates being "Zan" Maitland, Jack Scholz and Lester Bailey. All three hae had experience as assist ant cheer leaders and are upperclass men. Doyle W. Cotton, president of the student body, is urging that all dates for other affairs be broken tonight so that one of the biggest crowds in the history of the University may be as sembled in Academic Hall. Almost every Missourian who has follewed Valley football knows that the Tigers this year, with the smallest number ofvjetter men and perhaps the greenest material in the Valley are up against a really hard fight from now until Thanksgiving Bay. For this reason the "Old Guaid," or Tiger rooting squad, will bo called upon to do the best rooting in its history. Speeches by Coach lliller and Kel- ATTENTION! October 6 to 10 Frank Clifford, state champion, will meet all comers at pocket billiards, 100 points, afternoon and evening. Mr. Clifford is practic ing to enter the National Tournament this winter and has met and defeated such well-known players as Maturo, Frank Hoppe, Green leaf and othrs. It costs you nothing to play him. The player scor ing the most balls against him will receive a prize. Any player de sinng to play will please get his entry in early. Admission free women invited. Seats for all. Tavern Billiard Academy Daniel Boone Tavern "Clean Sport for Regular Fellows" MATINEE DAILY OCTOBER 6 AND 7 Adults, 25c and 3c tax 28c Children, 15c and 2c tax 17c f HE re WITH W Wi r V TEART TUC5 THRILLS fEXrfehi reels L -dr Jfcll 1,14 OP LOVE ADVENTURE J mmmwMT. comedy pathos M JWt w darihg intrigueH aOLBSlLWRiGHT ia The Best Dairy Farm in Boone County For Sale 330 acres of fine land, located one and one-half miles southeast of Columbia, extends from the Fulton road to within half mile-of Ashland road. Has fine rock road with concrete bridges leading to it from Ashland road. Has nice five-room dwelling house, a good dairy barn with stanch ions for forty cows, good calf house, good spring house with concrete basin for cooling milk, and large concrete water tank for stock, a one hundred and fifty ton concrete silo Also has a good forty by forty horse bam, a chicken house, machine shed, and other out buildings. This farm "is well watered, has several springs and a well two hundred feet deep. . It has sixty acres of fine timber, lots of it saw timber, five acres in fruit trees (set out two years ago) in thrifty condition, ninety acres under cultivation in corn and cow peas which will show the effects of the large amount of manure that has been hauled onto this farm. The balance in blue grass most of which could be cultivated. It is well fenced and cross fenced. I will sell this farm and make easy terms if he pur chaser wishes I will also sell purchaser a good ; block : of White Eagle Dairy Stock, if he wishes to sell milk to ah concern. There is no better Dairy Farm in Boone County, considering location and natural advantages. My reason for selling is, I have three other farms and cannot look after so much. Marshall Gordon BROADWAY ODEON 2 DAYS MON, AND TUES, ley are expected to be features of the evening. ' Drury Game Tomorrow, to GlTe line on Tigers. Some real line on what the Missouri Tiger football team may do this sea son is expected to show up in Satur day's game with Drury College, the first game of the season with an out side school, and with an eleven which has been touted as a real state cham pionship class team. Coach Miller is expected to use two teams tomorrow. Indeed, judging from his practice thus far he will at tempt to make substitutions one of his chief winning points during the sea son. The Drury team is said to have seven letter men back and, if such is the case, and the team plays in the style that old Drury teams have played, thd contest which staits at 3 o'clock .tomorrow afternoon may not be so one sided as many think it will bo. The Tiger team may be said to be in better condition than the average team is just before a game. Only one man is out of the play for any length of time, this being Hardin, Miller's tackle; and while Peterson, Schroed er and Collins are not back in their best for myet, they are able to get in on most of the work. Interest in the game next week, the Kansas Aggie contest at Manhattan, overshadows the Drury game. Mis sourians havj come to have a great deal of respect for the Aggie school and members of the team feel that if they pass October 11 without a defeat they will have proven themselves pretty fair gridiron stuff. Woodj's Freshmen Show Class, the Coach Thinks. "While the 1919 Tigers are gradually being gotten into shape for their first big Valley game next Saturday, Coach C. P. Woody, in charge of the fresh men, is choosing men for positions and making claims that when his proteges step into real Tiger suits some of them next year, they will be a big factor in the success of 1920. Freshman scrimmage with the Var sity will be used as part of the regular Varsity practice three times a week from now on, and the fuli squad of Collins, H., 21; Bloomer, 22; Bond, 23; Chandler, 24; Godwin, 25; Pear son, 26; Packwood, 27; Shy, 28; Al ien, 29; Hardin, 30; Kershaw, 31; King, 32; Guild, 33; Buschman, 34; Kercheval, 35; Williams 36; Weber, 37; Himonds, 38; Johnson, 39; Lew is, H., 40; Nichols, 41; DIercks, 42; Drymon, 43; Coleman, 44; Redmon, 4o; Andrews, 46; Buckley, 47; Pin- layson, 48. Women's Baseball Series Begins Saturday. A series which will prove of more interest to the -women, baseball enthu siasts of the University than the pres ent world's series -will begin Saturday morning. It is the annual inter-class baseball series. Every day for the past two weeks, girls from each clas3 have been practicing on the woman's athletic field. Each team has a man ager who is doing all she can to turn out a championship team. The series promises to be a lively one. Tigers likely to Outweigh Eleven From Drury. ine Tigers win prooamy nave a slight advantage in weight over the Drury team tomorrow, according to figures received by the athletic de partment from Springfield this morn ing. The Drury line is said to ave-age lbo pounds, and the backfield 160 pounds." 'the game will probably start to morrow with the following lineup: Drury Anderson Irwin Miller Arnold Washburn Manley Griggs Woody Blockberger Egdorf Williams Position end end tackle tackle guard guard center quarter halfback halfback fullback Missouri Shroeder Goopel Bloomer King Allen Shannon Kolb Stankowskl Lewis Edwards Viner PICTURES HERE THIS WEEK. COLUMBIA Tonight and Saturday Tom Moore in "One of the Finest," a story of a traffic cop and a girl with money will be the attraction at the Columbia Theater tonight and Satur day. In addition a Pathe News and a Mutt and Jeff comedy will be hown. HALL Tonight and Saturday: Mary freshmen will be kept at work until j Pjckford, America's Sweetheart, in the end of the season. At Thanksgiv ing the members of the freshman team 'will be taken on the special to Law rence that they may have a chance to see the Tigers at their best and those who have been allowed to make the trip will receive the freshman numer als the award for first string fresh man football men at Columbia. While no definite squad has been chosen by Coach Woody, gossip around the gym points to some as "sure bets." Fullbright, who was unfortunate in his eligibility and for that reason alone is not on the Tiger team, is one of the best broken field' runners on Rollins Field. According'to his coach he knows how to use his head and is a good safety man. Fullbright comes from Fayetteville, Ark., where he played football before entering Mis souri. Allan Lincoln from Webster Groves, who was elected captain of the team last Friday night, has been kept out of practice all week because of slight injuries he reiceved in Satur day's game with the Varsity. Coach Woody's latest find is Mber schel, an all-Oklahoma state halfback, who only recently reported for foot ball practice. Moerschel, according to Woody has bain playing some fast football during the past week and if his good work continues he will be kept in the scrimmage as a first string man to be one of Coach Woody's can didates for "Varsity honors next year. Novinger is one of Woody's best bets for fullback while his end positions are slated to go to Crowe and Har rington or Pulraan and Spieler. The two freshman team doped as the best Coach Woody will produce this year: First Team: left end, Crowe; left tackle, Drumm; left guard, Tripp;' center, Rusk; right guard, Robinson; right tackle, Bunker; right end, Har ington; halfback, Moerschel; half back, Lincoln; fullback, Novinger; quarter, Fullbright. Second Team: left end, Putman; left tackle, Richardson; left guard, Gray (W.); center, Gaul; right guard, Colt; right tackle, Gray; right end, Spieler; halfback, Humes; halfback, Slaton; fullback, Anderson, quarter, Nelson. what is said to be her very best pic ture, "Daddy Long Legs" will furnish amusement for the theater goers at the Hall Theater tonight and tomor row. "Daddy Long Legs" is an adap tation of the famous novel of the same name by Jean Webster and is a story of a little orphan found on the street by a policeman and taken to an or phanage to be raised. Later when "Daddy Long Legs" sends Mary to school she learns that he is an ex tremely nice young man. BROADWAY ODEON Tonight: The eighth episode of Eddie Polo in "The Lure of the Circus" and Marie Wal camp in "The Red Glove" a Pathe News and a Harold Lloyd comedy will be shown. Tomorrow Roy Stewart in "The Silent Rider" and Charlie Chap- CLASSIFIED ADS. Half a Cent a Word a Da FOE BENT TOIt KENT One-lialf a room in Samp eon Apartments. Call Mrs. Arnold, Phone 7u0 Green. A-30 Page Three lin in "The New Porter" will furnish the entertainment. Miss Logan Elected to Mortar Board. Mary Mildred Logan was elected national president of Mortar Board at the third annual convention of the or ganization last spring at Ann Arbor, Mich. Miss Logan was a member of the chapter here last year and' will continue her active membership this year. She is doing graduate work. M. U. TEAM TO DAIRY SHOW Prof. W. W. Sweet and 4 Students Go to Chicago for Contest The dairy judging team, composed of John Crosser, William J. Keegan, B. B. Branstetter, and E. T.'Itschner, will leave tonight for Chicago, where they will attend the National Dairy Show to be held at the Chicago Stock Yards Monday, October 6. They will be accompanied by W. W. Sweet, as sistant professor of dairy husbandry. roit RDN'T Two furnished rooms, strictly modern. Call at 801 Locust. W-20U FOB SALE Will Officiate at Clash With Drury. The lolloping men will officiate when the Tigers clash with George Baldwin's Drury team Saturday: W. C. Gordon, Marshall, referee; C. P. LeMire, former Tiger captain, Jeffer son City, umpire; C. R. Woody, fresh man football coach and former Tiger, head linesman. Lieut. James Phelan, assistant foot ball coach, will leave this afternoon for Manhattan, Kan., where he will see the Aggie-Army game Saturday. To Wear Numbered Jerseys Saturday. The Missouri football squad will make its first appearance in number ed jerseys in the Drury game Satur day. The men will be numbered as follows: Stankowski, 1; Viner, 2; Collins, 3; Edwards, 4; Kolb, 5; Shroeder, fi; Sylvester, 7; Travis, 8; Springgate, 9; Lewis, C, 10; Peterson, 11; Goe pel, 12; Ruth, 13; Forester, 14; Stab lein, 15; Shannon, 16; Vilkas, 17; Hamilton, 18; Bahr, 19; Cross, 20; roil SALE Second-hind Tord, 1917 model touring car. rirst-class condition. Sipp Implement nnd Jlotor Co , 8th and Cherry streets. Phone 010. S-29 FOR, SALE OR TRADE Two 4-room hou-.es, large lots. Will trade both for larger houe or sell separately. See own er and property 109 Jewell avenue. G-M FOR SALE 'First class IT Hat Conn cor net. Good as new. Cheap. C03 Elm. Phone 1210 Green. F-33 TOR SALE Brand new dress suit, size SS Good hargalnvfor cash. Herbert 31. Moerschel. Phone GIB. M-29 ROOMS WANTED ROOM WIANTED Instructor desires room close to campus. Prefers place where there are no students. Phone this office or address J, Mlssonrlin. .T-30 LOST AND FOUND LOST Small white dog with gray spots. Wandered from Kappa house. Return to Kathleen Tlttell at Kappa house. Phone CS3. T-29 LOST One gold wrist watch last Sat urday on Broadway. Return to Miss Esther Colley, Oil Lowry. Reward. C-23 MISCELLANEOUS Tor dancing lessons, phone 620. P-33 GOOD TABLE BOARD For ?C per week at EOS South Fifth street. Fhone 4 IS Red. C-29 WANTED Your hemstitching. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine C'ompiny, 809 Walnut street. Phone 992. S-44 WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping with pri vate family by married couple without children. Sleeping porch preferred. Will take best care of rooms. Call 1146 Green. B-S0 WANTED A good cook at once, at C04 Conley. Fhone 1102 Green. D-30 CENSUS CLERKS, (men, women). 4,000 needed. $93 month. Age. 1S-50. Experi ence unnecessary. Examinations Colum bia October 3S. For free particulars, write Raymond Terry (former Govern ment Examiner) 1432 Continental Bldg. Washington. C-33 All Next Week ATBOOCHE'S BILLIARD ACADEMY. Wm. Greenleaf, the boy pocket billiard expert, will play exhibitions, each afternoon at 2 :30 and evening at 8 :00. See this boy wonder, has made several high runs. The earliest scores on world series and football are given out here first. Bobche's Billiard Academy O. G. Maggard, Prop. Virginia Building jam? 1W DR. O' BRYAN CHIROPRACTOR (Spinal Adjuster) Elvira Bide. Columbia, Mo. DR. C. J. BENDING Dentist Exchange Bank Building Suite 412-13 HOLBORN'S Photographs Fine Shoes Heberling Shoe Repairing System Columbia. Mo. 24 SOUTH NINTH STREET DR. VIRGIL BLAKEM0RE Post Graduate In Optometry. Specialist on spectacle mak ing. 302 Ex change Bank Bldg. ROBERT H. GRAY Agent for Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Office 308 Exchange Natl. Bank Bldg. Columbia, Mo. DR. W. S. WHITTLE Dentist 911-A Broadway Phone 517 ROSENTHAL SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Est. 1912 Guitar Bldg. Day and Night School Enter Any Time Pitman and Gregg Shorthand Taught The Demand for Our Graduates Exceeds the Supply. ROSE ROSENTHAL, Director. RESOLE SHOES Called for and de livered it costs no more. Phone 63 800 Broadway LADIES' AND JOSSES' SUITS, COATS, AND SKIRTS Tailored to Order Highest grade silks and woolens Perfect fit and finest hand tail oring guaranteed. I. WOLFSON Ladles' Tailor and Dressmaker Miller Building - Phone 834 TENABLE MUSIC STUDIO Reopens Sept 3, 1919. TIOLIN: George Tenable, Di rector of U. of M. Band and Orchestra. PIANO, HARMONY: Rose Tay lor Tenable, Graduate pupil of T. Carl Vbitmer, Pitts burgh, Pa. Phone 1135-Green ElTlra BoUdlng SAPP BROS REPAIR SHOES First class workmanship and prompt service guar anteed. Work called for and delivered with out extra charge. 810 Broadway Phone 5C2-B MILLIONS OF DOLLARS are lost by property owners every year in fires which could have been saved had they taken the precaution to protect their properties with in surance policies. Are you protected? Is your property fully Insured against a possible fire loss? If not, don't de lay but consult us at once. 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