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THE OOlMBIATEVENIflG MISSOIJRIAN, yRAYrNQVEMBllR. ifriM l7 PAGE FIVE IN OF SPORT THE FIELD TIGERS READY EOR STRUGGLE WITH SOONERS Team Arrives in Oklahoma City and Spends the Entire Day Resting for Contest. ! BIG CROWD IS EXPECTED Preparations Being Made in Oklahoma Lamp lor 15,000 Homecoming Spectators. $j Staff Coicspohdent. ' Owno5!t Cm, OUa, No. 10, Preparations for the largest Homecom- mi celebration in the history ol the 'oner school are being made in Xxor- for tomorrow s battle with the Missouri Tiger. Eer eat for the nmc has been sold and the attendance jS is eipectrd to exceed .15,000. The Tigers armed in Oklahoma Uty llU morning at 8:30 o'clock and im mediately went to the Lee HucUns Ho tel, which will be the Tiger headquar ters through the week-end. Coach Kel ly plans to spend the entire da) resting fit team after the tiresome trip except for short ion of signal practice this afternoon. The men are in good minis and are impatient to use the Tiger daw on the optimistic OUa-homans. The weather i cool and slightly cloudy, ing promise of fair weather tcnorrow. After a two-hour practice on Rollins Field jesterday morning, the Tigers, ac- 'tompanied by Coach Thomas Kelly and eighty-nine rooters, left Columbia at U5 on the SI. K. & T. Railroad for Norman, Okla, where the Tiger-Sooner poe is to be plaed Saturday. Tiro special coaches, on the sides of hich was painted "Yea Tigers. Beat Oklahoma!" will take the team and rooters direct to Norman. SIcre than fifty students gathered at the station to see the team off. a NOTICE. Retail Merchants Association. Knowing our merchants and business Ben to be patriotic, we respectfully re quest all members to close their place of business on Saturday, November 11th, betneen the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 11:15 a. m. A tery interesting and well aarertised programme will be put on by the American Legion during that hour Xavier at Annapolis. Tomorrow's 'Football Games. Alabama Polytechnic s. Tulane at Stontgomery. Amherst vs. Trinity at Amhtrst Boston College vs. Baylor at Boston. Bowrdoin vs. Tufts- at Portland. "Brown s. Bates at Providence1. Butler s. DePauw at Indianapolis. Cae vs. Oberlln at Cleveland. Catholic University vs.Ceorge Wash ington at Washington. Centre is. Washingtgon and Lee at Louisville. Cincinnati s. Denison at"5. Cincinnati. - Colgatevs. Rochester at Hamilton. Columbia vs. MiddJebury at New York. Cornell vs -Dartmouth at Polo Grounds. , Florida ,vs. Mississippi at Tampa. Fordham vs. Colby at Newr York. Georgia Tech vs. Georgetown at At lanta. Harvard vs. Princeton at Cambridge. MIoly Cross vs. Springfield at Worces ter. 'W ' Idaho vs. Utah at Boise. Indiana vsiWest Virginia at Bloom- ington. Iowa vs. Minnesota at Iowa. v Johns Hopkins vs. Drexel Industrial at Baltimore. Kansas vs. Nebraska at Lawrence. .Kansas Aggies vs. Iowa State at Slan- mattan. Slarquette vs. North Dakota at Mil waukee. Michigan Agricultural College vs. Ohio Wesley an at East Lansing. Mississippi vs. Hendrix at University. Montana vs. State College-at Missoula. Nevada vs. Whitman at Reno. New Hampshire vs. Slaine at Manches ter. New York University vs. College of City: of New lork at New York. Northwestern vs. Purdue at Evanston. Ohio State vs. Chicago at Columbus. Oklahoma vs. Missouri at Norman. Oregon vs. Washington State at Eu gene. Pennsylvania vs. Pittsburgh at Phila delphia. Penn State vs. Carnegie Tech State College. .- Providence vs. Boston University at Providence. Rutgers vs. Lafayette at New Bruns wick. St. Louis vs. Dallas at St. Louis. Syracuse vs. SIcGill at Syracuse. Tennessee vs. Mississippi Aggies at Memphis. Texas vs. Southwestern University at Austin. Transylvania vs. Franklin at Lexing ton. United States Military Academy vs. Notre Dame at West Point. United States Naval" Academy vs. St, HARD BATTLES -TO BE FOUGHT ARMISTICE DAY Harvard Regarded- as Having Jidge on Princeton in First Big Three Conflicts. CORNELL TO, MEET TEST .Notre Dame Expected to Make Spectacular Showng in Contest With the Cadets. Sj CmileJ Preiu New York, Nov. 10. Some of the biggest battles of th-! season arc carded for tomorrow's "Armistice Day" football program. Battles between old traditional rivals and the first of the conflicts between the "Big Three," as well as several fine inter ectional combats are the features of the best card of the year to date. The big gest battles of the day are: Harvard vs. Princeton at Cambridge. Pittsburgh vs. Pennsylvania at Phila delphia. V Dartmouth vs. Cornell at New York. Notre Dame vs. the Army at West!"" the last two games the cadets have been weakened by the loss of several import ant men, but all of these are rounded into form for the game today. The Kemper team opened the conference at Boonville last Friday by defeating the Missouri Military Academy of Mexico, 904). This put thera-In the lead, since Wentworth and Chillicothe bad played to a 0-0 count previously. The Shattuck School of Faribault, Minn- will be the opponents for the third annual homecoming at Kemper on N v ember 17. AHDbftt&A 6t Stes TRACK MEN GO TO ST. LOUIS FOR VALLEY .MEET Cross-Country Run to Be Held To morrow Under Auspices of Washington U. Robert Simpson, track coach, and six members of the cross-country team, left for St. Louis this morning to represent the University of Missouri at the Mis souri Valley Cross Country Sleet to be held there tomorrow. The following members of the team will enter: Brooks, Case, Pittengcr, Trowbridge, Nisbet and Stark, The meet will be held under the aus pices of Washington University. Missouri has one of the most promi ing cross-country teams developed the Iat few years. At the meet against the University of Nebraska held early in the seaon, .Missouri won by a large At that meet Nesbit finished and all our people should join them in celebrating Armistice Day unrestrained. By order of the Pre. Adv. "E. G. Davis, Sec. Vanderbilt vs. Kentucky at Nashville. Washburn vs. Emporia at Topeka. Washington vs. California at Seattle. Yale vs. Maryland at New Haven. CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 55 One Cent a Word a Day. Six Insertions for 5c a Word. TOR SALE FOR SALE 150 shares of stock in Taylor Music Co, incorporated. Liberal discount for cash, or will trade for city or farm property. Phone 1098-Black. D53lf FOR SALE Nice 4-room cottage, modem except heat, 3 blocks from Broadway. 1 block from campus. 507 Locust. Phone 669 red. J62-65 , FOR SALE Washburn tenor banjo. Practically new. $35 cash. Call Blick Eahn at 403. 60-65 ' FOR SALE Baby buggy in good con dition and one double decker bed, one sanitary cot. Phone 569-black. 811 College. KfiOtf FOR RENT Well furnished rooms for housekeeping at 1108 E. Broadway or call 1913 White. H59tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern home on College Avenue. Call 898 White. B42tf LOST AND FOUND LOST A pair of glasses in case. Lost between Library and Commerce Bldg. Phone 1007. 64 LOST Lady's call 5220. cameo ring. Finder 62-64 FOR SALE Remington typewriter in I good condition. A. R. Lyons, 20 S. 9th LSl, Phone 303. L49tf yFOR SALE White Oak wood, stove length. Thoroughly seasoned. Deliv ered. Phone 10 L. 43tf FOR SALE Heater Bakers Peerless 717, used two seasons. Good as new. Phone 860 Green- -S51U" FOR SALE Surplus stock of Rhode Island Reds, both combs. Big husky Cockerels, Pullets, Hens, and three Cocks. Special inducement to close out I1 R. C Reds. Sly quarters are limited and must sell. Virgil Blakemore, 1211. Walnut Sl, Phone 1866 Black. 6365 LOST Brown silk scarf. Call 5220. SI62-64 LOST Two porch chairs. Reward. Phone 1135 Black. 104 College. WANTED Copies of words and mu sic of songs entitled: "Whats the Mat- ter with Old Slizzou" and "I'm a Son, a Son. of Old Slizzou." Call 1733. 62tf LOST Lady's wrist watch. Lost yes terday in Jesse Hall or old campus. Find er pleae call 974 green. Reward. St.63tf LOST Two J10 bills and one $5 bill Wednesday night. Finder " return to WANTED TO KENT WANTED By January Jithrce un furnished rootagjjfor light housekeeping. Phone 1042-RedX , 62-67 Point. Georgetown vs. Ccorgia JTech at Atlanta. Harvard is regarded by many critics as the most powerful eleven of the Eat and one that compares favorably with the teams of old, when the Crimson was the power of the gridiron. Princeton, on the other hand, started the season with perhaps the poorest pros pects of any major team of the East. Tb Tigers have come fast, however, and while there are are few that look for any thing but a Harvard victory, the experts all axpect a grand fight from the Tiger. Penn will meet the second big tet of the season against Pittsburgh. The Phil adelphians look upon Pitt, Cornell and Penn State as their most deadly rivals and this first of their three big battles is sure to bring out everything Johnny Heisman has taught them. Pittsburgh hasn't been living up to old Pitt stan dards this season, but they've been point ing for this game and Penn does not con sider them anything of an easy thing. Cornell in Dartmouth gels the first big test of the year. Gil Doble must have a great team at Ithaca, even if the "Big Red" has had rather easy going. Any team that can-come close to a-"peinla.: minute must be a good organization against any opposition. Dartmouth al ways fights and that's one of the main things in football. When Notre Dame lost virtually a whole team last fall, Eastern critics made light of the plight with the theory "Knute Rockne will make .another good team." And he has. The Hoosicrs may not have the spectacular team of 1919, 1920 and 1921, but they have another good team and they are bound to give the Army a great fight. West Point is represented by one of the mot powerful teams of the East and the cadets have reached the point where they regard a victory over Notre Dame as important, almost, and as much to be desired as a defeat of the Navy. Some idea about the final standing of the big teams in the South may be ac quired in the games between Georgia Tech and Georgetown and between Cen tre and Washington and Lee. California, out of the championship of the Pacific Coast, is expected to have an easy time with Washington. SIcGill coming down from Slontreal to meet Syracuse; St. Xavier's journeying from Gncinnati "to play the Navy at An napolis; and Wabash against Washing ton and Jefferson provide three very in teresting intersections! games. first. Brooks second. Stark third, Trow bridge fifth, and Case seventh. JOURNALISTS TO LAWYERS PLAY TOMORROW Battle Decides Campus Football Championship Langdon Leads Barristers. The journalists and lawyers will clah in the second and final intcr-school gridiron contest of the year on Rollins Field tomorrow afternoon. The victors will be titled 1922 school champions and as their reward they will be guests of honor at a banquet to be gven by a local restaurant. SOONER AGE IN NEW POSITION Entire Backfield Shifted for Ti ger Game With Morri son at Quarter. Coach Bennie Owm ! .'l.:r,.j ,i . . eumui (C C. tire Sooner backfield during scrimmage this week, according to reports from the Oklahoma's camp. The change is due to .Morrison's injury in the Kansas game last week. - The hard-hitting fullback has been sick this season. That and his injury last Saturday is keeping him out of scrimmage this week so that he will be able to enter the Missouri MM,. ; ,. best of condition. Slorrison has been ch.inppfl in ....--1 back so that the brunt of thi- iw,n.l.n,l tieiense win not depend on him. He will riay saiety on the defense. Oklahoma must have Mnrriann i :.. from Missouri, according in ("Y.,,-1, n. - D .-..,. vnvl,,, ana, tneretore. he will do all of his pass-j ing and nuntinz from th nilni nn.;itnn i Johnson will be on the sidelines ready to replace the Sooner ace if he fails at the new position. j Ifammert will be in one of the half back positions with Jackson nml,,l,K. starting the game as his mate. However, Craham, Pokorney and Strouvelle arc also anxious to eet into the cam! and r fighting hard for a chance. StrouvellcJ has been shifted from quarter to half so that Coach Owens will linr flu- 1M. backs ready for .the Missourians. Discuss News Service at Luncheon. !!. T.(-. jonn r. Williams, university nuhl h. .1 j ' r -i er, and Don fatterson. orofessor of ad. vertising, were guests of Sigma Delta uu at its weekly luncheon held at Har ris yesterday. Mr. Patterson made a short talk on the work of the Assnriitril Press aod Mr. Williams described some of his .experiences with the Associated Press fh connection with the Joplin News-Herald. TRAGOS TO WRESTLE PARCAUT Local Athlete to Meet A. E. F. Champion Here Soon Peter James, proprietor of the Colum bia Physical Culture School, and wrest ling promoter, returned Wednesday night frcm a four-day trip to St. Louis, Ch;ca- go and Kansas City, where he made ar rangements for several matches to be held in Columbia this winter. He met Ralph Parcaut, A. E. F. middle-weight wrestling 'champion and "world title'claimant, who is slatedlo meet Tragos here this month, and found him firm in his demand that the local wrestler take the mat at 158 pcunds 7 pounds under the weight agreed upon in preliminary arrangements. James says the matter will be adjudged and that Parcaut will be seen in Columbia during the month. Columbia A C's Vs. Liberty A C's " -Sunday, Nov. 123 o'clock Fairgrounds. in These teams are the pick of colored, footballdom. They are made up of the dusky fighters who have won wide fame on the gridiron stars who make miraclous plays that fill any audience with thrills. Liberty, playing the famous halfback, "Snake" Shepherd, has not been scored against this season, and has met Kansas City, Topeka, Lawrence, Quin daro and others. Columbia has won two of her last three games with this team. Columbia Stars "Boodler" Brown, Tibbs, Bagby, Turner, "Frog" Foster and ttie line-holding Foster brothers. Gala Celebration The Nu Way Jazz Orchestra. All is set for a wonderful entertainment. The Liberty aggrega tion arrives Saturday night. Admission 75c; children 35c. The Des Moines Maroons play here Sunday, Nov. 19. " ' "J ! I I LL I I III MilT i :" ' . . - -i .. OPEN ARMY ENLISTMENTS States KEMPER TEAM PLAYS TODAY Meets Chillicothe Business College for State Title. One of the most important grid battles in the Slidwest prep school class was played this afternoon at Chillicothe when the Kemper Military School team met the strong aggregation of the Chillicothe Business College. Not only is the sttate prep title at stake, but also the Slid- Nnrman TernSOO Cnlleire..nd rnllML? ,,t,e- S10 reward. 64-631 C?sch Clingenpeel's cadets have gone FOR SALE Good seven-room mod era house one-half block from west campus. Call 1042 red. "srnjATioirWAi,TEir v WANTED Papering to do; good 63-651 work at 30c a roll. Telephone 1596. . TOR SALE Two acres on North I; nnrd, one acre on Fennsvlvania Ave, mill 3-room houe.and city water, bouse facing, on .North Blvd, proposed, state tigliway, or will trade for property close j-'a. Thone 546-ereen. Frank I liam. B. Wil. W64 FOR SALE 5-year-old work hofsti nd harne. Frank B. Williams, 546 freen. W64 3RRENT ' FOR RENT 8 room house on Uni- rversity Ave. Price $65.00 per month, gathers Realty Co. Phone Z7Z W6E64 ROOSIS FOR RENT FOR RENT One room with sleeping Porch, in private familv. Phone 1712 "TODGENOTICES ORDER OF DESIOLAY Initiation postponed to Slonday, November 20, 1022. No meeting on Slonday, No vember 13. F. P. Cass, SI .C. A ACACIA LODGE No. 602. A. F. & A. M. Stated Communication Tues day, November 7, 7:30 p. m. Louis Niemann, W. M. Phontl283 Green. INDUSTRIAL DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO. Best Central Illinois Coal. Call 47S or 88 Opposite Wabash Stl through the season with one defeat. In High Grade Shoes and . Repairing Heberling's 24 S. 9th. Choice of Location in 13 Offered to Recruits. Enlistments are now open for infantry, cavalry, field artillery' and engineers in the regular army with a choice of sta tions in the 7th and 8th corps areas and the Hawaiian Islands, according to word received at the R. O. T. C. headquarters from the army recruiting station in St. Louis. , In the 7th Corps area are: Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa ami Kansas. In the 8th Corps area are: Texas, Col orado, Arizona, New Slexico and Okla homa. Jefferson Barracks at St. Louis, Mo, Fort Crook, Omaha, Nebr, Fort Sncll- ing, Minn, Fort Leavenworth, Kans, and Fort Riley, Kans. arc in the 7th Corps area. Fort Bliss at El Paso, Tex, Camp Travis, San Antonio and Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio, are in the 8th Corps area. Those who play a band instrument arc especially desirable for assignments in the 7th and 8th corps areas. On October 20, the army was approx imately 7.000 below its authorized strength of 125,000 men. Featuring Boys' School Suits at SaffdTiSO. B. F. FORBIS, D. C. Ph. C. CHIROPRACTOR v, Three-Year Palmer Graduate OGSce 516-18-20 Guitar Building Office, 1822i-Ret,0538-Wack .r Uf Clinkscale's Winter Gasoline Is Now Being Served It is better Gas and costs same as ordinary. It is here for'you. Alcohol and Glycerine for Radiators also ready. A Final Warning! To be brutal, if you plan to get seats for the Breeze Bug, you'd better rush in your reservation, in person or by telephone as soon as possible. The performances are three in number; night show, November 21, matinee and night, Wednesday, November 22. We Haven't Told You Much as to the nature of the production or the identity of the cast. It would be too much of a job. There are too many items of unusual interest. A Quadrangle Orchestra of Twenty-five Pieces. Will fill the orchestra pit. The selections played will be played for the first time not only before a Columbia audience but before any aud ience anywhere. It is your privilege to really attend a "first night" a premier snowing. Nothing Has Been Spared in Production. The cost of presenting this year's dramatic offering will far exceed the cost of any Varsity production essayed heretofore. From the elaborate sets with their unique lighting effects to the intriguing costumes of twenty-four Varsity beauties in the chorus there will be new standards set. (This will not be the half-hearted effort of tired troupers, rehashing again a Broadway production of some seasons past. It will be vivid with youth and enthusiasm and pungent with that wierd wine of life known as "college days.") ' As Irresistible as Irresponsible the kaleidoscopic whirl of wicke'd, low-down melody- from the massed twenty-five piece Breeze .Bug orchestra, the jolt of a chorus of Ttwen'fy-four of the Varsity's mostbeautiful, 'the, warbling of the Campus song-birds ;n lilting refrains tna't'are now being dickered for by Broadway stars, dazzling scenic effects, costumes that represent the best work of skilled costumers these are all incidentals for above all there is the play. It is our sincere hope that you don't miss it!" Call 456 now and reserve seats for 'Te Breeze Bug (Sklibooch will be among us again tonight watch for him and if you're tagged be sure to save your Sklibooches), x h if- 1 ' T , t ' Ml J i Hi- H "tffl H J. 1 !? It t !V -&A L56tf Franklin County CoaJ h 4&' "- ?- Vft JjfV m