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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1922
SPIRIT HIGH AS
Forthcoming Clash Willi K. U.
Recalls Work of Coach"
Roper in Tiger Victory-
TEAM IN GOOD SHAPE
Jerr Lewis Hurt in Scrimmage
morrow. When the Tigers take tl'e field Thanks,
giving Dav against their ancient rivals
they are going to think of Coach "Bill"
Uopcr. bo. hack in 1909, stopped the
attack of the Javhawk and turned the
ti'e in favor of Missouri. Since that
date Kansas has not been able to hand
.Missouri defeats in two successive jeats.
And what lioper started that jear is
no tradition to Tiger teams. K. U.
non last vear, and another Javhawk vic
tor, tin- vear would break the tradition;
to the Tigers figure that the lioper jinx
mil also help them defeat Kansas.
The majority of the Tigers arc in
good italic anil all will probably be in
the best of condition for the game.
"No bear Iories are to be issued from
Jtollin- Held," said Coach Garrity jester
dav. "Our men are in good condition
am! we are going to play to win."
Jerr Lewi, freshman fullback, re
ceive a badly wrenched knee during lar
sitv -freshman scrimmage )esterday after
noon. He -v ill be out for the remainder of
the season. Lewis, who hails from Texar
kana, rk has shown himself to be a
sin ng defensive placr.
The second string varsity are working
hard in order to get into good condition
for the ''All-American" game on Rollins
Field tomorrow. Neither team has an
nounred in line-up, and both expect to
spring some surprise. It has been ru
niorcd that "Chuck" Lewis has been
keeping in condition so that he can play
witli the "Afi-Americans." Lewis, how-
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FOR SALE 6rom house, partially
Diodern, well located, large poultry
house, some fruit. $2300. Looks cheap
to us. Liberal terms. Phone 246 Green.
McDonnell Bros., Guitar Bldg. Mc75-77
FOR SALE or exchange for Columbia
property, sixty acres of good land, good
improvements near good town, terms. F.
S. Lonsdale. 911 A. Broadway.
TOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring in
good condition. $530. Tajlor's Garage.
SALE 1922 Dodge
FOR SALE Slightly used Singer sew
ing machin. Phone 10 H white between
hours of 8 and 5.
FOR SALE Heater Bakers Peerless
717, used two seasons. Good as new.
Phone 860 Green. SSltf
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge
$150.00. Tailor's Garage.
FOR SALE Come out to 1400 Rich
ardson tomorrow and Ixn: at or of the
best real estate bargains in Columbij. A
four-room cottoge, modern except beat;
in first-class condition throughout. Small
pajment down. Easy terms on bil.ir.ee.
FOR SALE 6-room, thoroughly mod
ern, two story brick house, new, hard
wood floors throughout, choice location.
Garage. $7500. Terms. Immediate
possession. 1'Iuine 246 Green. McDon
1 ncll Bros Guitar Bldg. Mc75-77
FOR SALE A strictly modern 5 room
houe. No. 9 Allen Place. Possession
January 1. Phone 145. M65tf
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT A modern un
furnished 6 or 7 room house between
Stephens College and University, after
Dec. 20. Address x care Missourian.
FOR RENT Well heated apartment.
Possession Dec. 20. 1221 E. Bdwy. 74tf
FOR RENT 100 acre farm, well im
proved, and partly incorporated, posses
sion at once. Apply Mrs. F. M. Johnson.
Phone 1160 black. 75tf
ROOMS FOR RENT
WANTED AT ONCE Furnished
hou-e or apartment. Prof. Trombly.
Phone 800 black. "4tf
FOR RENT Two unfurnished up
stairs rooms for light housekeeping,
rhone 1523 or call at 411 Christian Col
lege Ave. 0lf
FOR RENT One furnished room up
iairs. Phone 1878 green. K76tf
FOR RENT By Dec. 1. furnished
room for two boy students at 27 Allen
place. Phone 614-red. P76.77
IN THE FIELD OF SPORT
The VarsTt'y practiTu still betod
closed gates. Tiler sunnnrim will lu.
able to see the team in practice Monday.
Tomorrow's Football Games.
Boston College is. Georgetown at Bos-
Brown is. Dartmouth at Providence.
Varnegie Tech is. Notre Dame at Pitts.
Ccttvsburg . u. Lebanon Valley at
Haverford is. Swarthmore at Haier
ford. Johns Hopkins vs. St. John's at Bal
Rutgers is. Bucknell at New Bruns
wick. Tufts is. Boston University at Med
ford. Army is. Naiy at Philadelphia.
Yale is. Harvard at New Haven.
. Wisconsin st Chicago.
Wabah at Indianapolis.
Washington and Jefferson
Illinois s. Ohio State at Urbana.
Iowa is. Northwestern at Iowa City.
Michigan. Agricultural College is.
Massachusetts Agricultural College at
Minnesota vs. Michigan at Minneapo
lis. Purdue vs. Indiana at Lafayette.
Mississippi Agricultural College vs.
Drake at Agricultural College.
Nebraska vs. Iowa State at LinoJaxlj
Oklahoma vs. Phillips at Stillwater.
Tennessee is. Missouri School of
Mines at Memphis.
Alabama is. Georgia at Montgomery
West Virginia s. Ohio University at
West Virginia Wesleyan vs. Grove Gty
Colorado Agricultural College is.
Drigham Young at Fort Collins.
Stanford is. California at Palo Alto,
Colorado vs. Colorado Mines at Den
Oregon Agricultural College is. Wash
ington Agricultural College, at Portland
Saturday, probably at football game. If
found, phone 434. W74-76
LOST Between Jack's Shack and
Law Building, gray fox choker. Call
1233 green. Reward. 75-77
LUS1 Diamond shape cameo ring.
Lost Tuesday night a week ago at the
Columbia, Theater or between there and
Harris'. Notify Missourian office and
receive reward. S76tf
LOST Airdale pup, 4 or 5 months
old. Collar engraved with B. W. Lucas.
907 Lowry. Phone 1558. Reward. 73tf
LOST Fountain pen between 312 So.
5th and Grant School. Phone 1151
FOUND Bundle in car located at
south entrance of Jesse Hall. Phone
WANTED Comforts to tack. Call
WANTED By competent woman, po
sition as managing housekeeper, nurse
for children or invalid. Call 796 itjdf
WANTED Papering to do; gooM
work it 30c a roll. Telephone 1596.
WANTED Washings to do, called for
ami delivered. Phone 1730 Green.
WANTED Man with car to sell guar
anteed Cord tires. Will arrange salary
anl riDenses with right man. Cord-O-
Van Rubber Co'mpan, 1108 So. Michi
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WANTED Clerk. Woman about 25
lears of age, college or University edu
cation preferred; some executive ability
reouired. Write in detail as to educa
tion and experience, giving references.
Address Missourian. Box . lJ68tf
WANTED One. hundred couples at
the Cosmopolitan Club dance Saturday
night. Jesse Hall. (76
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
Two Pillar Degree, Monday,
Nov. 27, 1922 at Acacia Hall
Ilitt and Broadway, 7:30.
F. P. Cass, M .C.
No. 602. A. F. & A. M.
Special Communication Tues
day. November 28th. 7:00 p.
m. 3 degrees.
Louis Niemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Green.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal
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Franklin County foal
RIVAL GAME TO
Midshipmen Are Scheduled to
Win if Contest Narrows
Down to a Case of
EASTERNERS REST A BIT
Western Conference Has Busy
Day Tomorrow Califor
nia and Stanford
Bv. Henry L. Famiell
(United Press Sports Editor.)
New York, Nov. 21. Two of the
greatest football events of the season
come as rival attractions on tomorrow's
Yale and Harvard engage in their an
nual classic in the New Haven bowl and
the championship of the United States
service will be decided in the new Penn
sylvania stadium between the Army and
Competition between the two will be
negligible from a business standpoint, as
they each have enough of a personal fol
lowing to twice fill any stadium in the
Yale and Harvard have had a long
time claim on the Iat Saturday of No
vember while the service academics usu
ally battle a week later. The terrible
weather that the Cadets and the Midship
men drew in the past' three years, how
ever, caused the athletic officers of West
Point and Annapolis to decide on an ear
From a general standpoint, the Armi-
Navy conflict will be the game of the
day and it should be a whale of a game.
The Cadets are represented by the best
team of the last four -cars and the Mid
shipmen have come into the habit of de
veloping great elevens since Bob Folwell
Both have wonderful plaving lines and
both have fine running and overhead at
tacks. In Snrjthe, the Army has found
a long needed field general and in Shag
gy Cullen, the Navy has developed a
great kicker, something that the Midship
men have lacked for three years.
The two elevens look to be evenly
matched and many of the critics are
picking the Army to win. The Cadets,
however, to beat the Navy will have to
show smarter football than they have dis.
played in several of the earlier games. If
il comes dojyi ,oa caicotIbr3inw-ork, the
Navy ought to win. -.A i
Harvard booted all chances for the
"Big Three" tithand exploded a lot of
fine hopes when the Crimson was beaten
and made to look very bad by Prince
ton. Up to that game, Harvard was gem
erally considered by the critics as the
most powerful team in the East. The de
feat of the Crimson was not as much
a surprise, as the manner in which it
was brought about. Harvard made er
rors of fundamental football and mis
takes in judgment that have never oc
curred since the Haughton system was
Yale was slow in developing this year
and was following obsolete football tac
tics until the Army held the Eli's to a
tie. Since then, Yale has sprung up
wonderfully and as a result, the New
Haven eleven will be the favorite tomor
row. It must be remembered, however, that
Yale was a big favorite last year and jet
lost the game because" they plajed much
like Harvard did against Princeton. It
must be remembered also that Harvard
will not make the mistakes that caused
the downfall in the Princeton game.
Cornell, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh,
Penn State. Centre and Georgia Tech
have Thanksgiving games and being idle
tomorrow, the schedule is rather light.
Lafayette and Lehigh will have their
annual battle at Easton. Dartmouth and
Brown meet at Providence and the Wash
ington and Jefferson eleven goes west
for a game with the University of De
The Western Conference will Iiave a
busy day with games between Illinois
and Ohio State, Iowa and Northwestern,
Chicago and Wisconsin and Michigan
Out on the Pacific Coast the annual
tussle between California and Stanford
will be the big game of the day.
Diphtheria and Scarlet Tever
Spreading Over State.
By Vnittd Frtu.
SnuicriELo, 111, Nov. 24. Diphthe.
ria and scarlet fever are on the increase
in Illinois and the outbreaks are fast be
coming an epidemic.
Reports to the department of health
showed a decided increase in the number
of these cases in the state last week. A
total of 619 case of diphtheria and 432
cases of scarlet fever were reported.
Diphtheria is prevalent in tuent)-fiie
counties of the tate and scarlet feier
in twenty -three.
The detailed report for last week
shows the following: Diphtheria 649 cas
es; scarlet fever 432 case; smallpox 43;
typhoid fever 55; poliomovlilis 2; influ
enza 22; pneumonia 238; and whooping
Scoop Dance Committees to Meet.
All committees for the 1922 Journal
ism Scoop dance will meet at 4 o'clock
Sunday afternoon in the Y. M. C A.
ROPER TRAINS MEN TO
. SEE OPPONENTS' ERRORS
Wise Warrior Will Let Adversary
Beat Himself, is New Sport
Bv Henry L. Farrell
(United Press Spirts Editor)
New York, Nov. 23. Much like the
old logic that a calf will choke himself
if you give him enough rope, new svstem
of sport strategy are being advanced and
carried out that a wise warrior will 11
his opponent beat himself.
There is the example of the conserva
tive game of tennis characteristic of theU
Japanese players. Their idea of strategy
is largely the presentation of numerous
opportunities for the opponent to make
errors. They seldom assume the aggres
sive offense and generally they content
themselves with a sure return over the
net with chance that an overanxious op
ponent will "net" or "out."
While Princeton never can be accused
of a "soft" style of play, or a lack of ag
gressiveness, yet "Bill" Roper has de
veloped one of the most successful foot
ball systems in the. country based largely;
on the theory that the opposition, some!
time in every game, will make a slip. j
"During this game, the opposition is!
going to make a mistake or fall into er-
ror and you be there when it happens,"1
they seem to tell the Princeton players
before every game. Invariably they are
there when it happens and they make
the utmost of it.
The eternal vigilance of Princeton grid
iron stars in following the ball has devel
oped into such uncanny perfection that
nine times out of ten it is sure death for
an opposing player to fumble the ball.
Sam Vv hue went onto the list of undy
ing heroes in ISassaus hall of fame when
he grabbed two fumbles several years
ago and raced for touchdowns that beat
Harvard and Yale. Gray, the great end
of this year's team, turned defeat into
victory by grabbing a fumble in the fa
mous Chicago game and a few weeks lat
son fumbled twice, two Tigers were on
cr in the Harvard game, when the Crim
the ball and they won the game.
"Follow the ball" is the first precept
of every football coach, but none seem
to have so thoroughly driven home the
lesson as Bill Roper.
It's a great motto for any game and
$73 Offered for Army-Navy Seats.
v United Prtst. "
PiiiLADEtniM, Nov. 24. Ticket agen
cies were receiving offers of $75 each
here for choice seats in the middle of
the field for the Arm) -Navy game here
scat for $40.
"Specs were offering end ,
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PENN STATE TO MEET FOE
Beaten Once in Three Years Will
Sleet Pacific Coast Team.
Penn State football team is now pre
paring for the big Thanksgiving game
with the University of Pittsburg, and
then all attention will be placed on pre
paration for the interactional game at
Pasadena, Cal, on New Year's day
against one of the teams on the Pacific
The tram tliat will play against them
lias not been seleced as yet, but they
will be ready to meet any foe. in the
Tourney of Roses which is played every
year. Penn State was beaten this fall
for the first time in three years yet it
is no weak machine that represents the
Blue and White on the gridiron this season.
Radiator Covers for all makes of
ears. . Also Alcohol. Taylor's Gar-
of that girl
has just been
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candy in the
after the show,
Perfection in Confection
Millard & Sisson
Jayhawks Use Searchlight and
Ghost Balls in. Night
Potsy Clark, head football coach at
Kansas University, has broken the mask
of secrecy which has turronnded Mr.
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two men who will meet the Tigers here
The Jaihawk line-up follows: Criffin
and McLain, right ends; Mosby and Ivy,
right tackles; Higgins, (capt.) and Ha
Icy, right guards; Weidlein and Lonborg.
centers; Davidson and Thompson, left
guards; Cave and Holderman, left
tackles; Black and Boone, left ends;
MeAdams and Shannon, right halfbacks;
Burt and Spurgcon, fullbacks;
and Calvert, left halfbacks, and Wilson,
Krueger and Anderson, quarterbacks,
Order your "Breeze Bug" seats for the af-ter-the-mass
meeting performance, right now.
In this performance, as in no other one item will
they re-live their college days and imbibe the
real college atmosphere.
Call 456 if
According lo sentiment around the Kan
rat School, this formidable aggregation
ivill be, able to stay the attack of Missou
ri for the second year series.
Under the light of a powerful search
light and with "ghost" balls for prac
tice, the K. U. squad is working until
long after dark every night in an at
tempt to take on the final finished polish.
Coach Clerk is driving his gridsten in
every possible offense and defense for
mation play, as the safety against the
only possible chance admitted by Kan-
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men against the Varsity lat night. The j
1 cartings, interpreting -Missouri s p!ais,J
were able to make great advances
through the senior Jayhawk line, and
dark has set about to remedy the weak
spots at once.
Miss Lawson Is Much Improved.
Miss Lillie Lawson, formerly secretary
for the Y. W. C A. and who was com-
pelted to resign her position on account
of ill health, has written from Okmulgee,
Okla, that she feels much improved.
There will be good reserved
seats at seventy-five cents
and unreserved seats at
fifty cents for sale at the
On Sale at HeibeVs
guests and order theur
you can't come down
Open Until 9 p. m.
ROMANCE SUCCEEDS POLITICS
Wirth Pays Court to Member of
Ilr GtoacE Wmt.
Berlin, Nov. 24. Former Chancellor
Wirth is an optimist. After having been
jilted by the political parties, the good
will and affection of which he courted in
vain, he promptly began paying court to
a young woman who is a member of
Berlin's "400". His friends intimated
that Doctor Wirth, who was looked upon
as a confirmed bachelor, was mertoic
with success and that the engagement
wonld soon be announced publicly.
The woman is Vera Henfeld, daughter
of the late Hermann Herzfeld, one of the
richest bankers in Italy, who died re
cently. The fact that Doctor Wirth's
foreign minister, Walter Rathenau. was
assassinated while in office is said to hav
caused Miss Herzfeld to refuse him until
be had quit his office.
Radiator Covers for all makes-of
ears. Also Alcohol. Taylor's Gar
age. " adr.
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