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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 October 1916

-t . " 5 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR 'COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER u, 1916 NUMBER 34 LEONARD TWIRLS SOX TO VICTORY, 6 TO I Gardner's Home Run Scores Three After Dodgers Get Lead. MARQUARD HIT HARD Gheney and Ruckcr Also in the Box Only 4 Hits for Brooklyn. BOSTON. Oct. 11. "Dutch" Leon ard, after one unsteady inning, pitch ed invincible ball today, the Red Sox making it three out of four, by de feating the Dodgers 6 to 2. Marquard started for Brooklyn, but was hit hard. Pfeffer batted for him in the fourth and Cheney went in to pitch. only to be relieved by Rucker in the i eighth. The play-by-play account follows: First Inning. Boston Hooper out. Marquard to Merkle. Jinrrin fanned. Walker fanned. No runs, do hits, no errors. Brooklyn Johnston tripled. Myers sin tied scoring Johnston. Merkle walked. Wheat forced Merkle, Gardner to Jauvrin, lirers going to third. Wheat went to sec ond on a wild pitch. Myers leing held at third Cutshaw safe on Janvrln s error, Myers scori...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 October 1916

wfiw.j; jr ir "fgf!u W'VG?e re f wn Two THE DAILY MISSODBIAX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published rrrrr cvcalaif (except Satardar and Saaday) aadtaadar manias; r The MltMarlan AssaeUMaa, iBrerperat- ra. toiomaia. no rraaa H. Klnr, Prraldeat aad Editor; A. O. Illamaa, Daunni HBunr. At Stephens College Address all communication! to TUB DAILY MISSOCBIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building;. Dowoitalr I'hones: Business, 53: News. 274. Entered at tbe poitofflce. Columbia. Mo, ai second-class mall. Tear, S2M; month. 25 centi; copr. 5 cents. Outside of Uoone Connty, year 3; month, 30 cents. . Tbe Mlssourlan receives the dispatches f tbe United Press Associations. t Tho'SHerF. Y. Campbell of Car thage spent Sunday with tla daugh ter, Mary. Miss Susie Forbes spent the week end at her home in Armstrong. Miss Elsie Winkelmeyer went to nnrAm nl, ,.. on n Y. M. C A. HAD 810 AT H00H A Membership CanpaJga Berna With " TllnnirYnj!tTTflriltt' The total membership of-...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 October 1916

fiAJyU-U- 'y-WM . i J. J w JWIlfUpac, jjjii,' THE DAILY MISSOUMAS,, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 Page Three M- . , i u 1 . ) JAT HATE H. S. ATHLETIC FIELD School Board Orders Plans $15,184S Balance In Treasury.-,. In addition to the attendance report given last night at a meeting ot the board of directors of the Columbia Pnbllc Schools, a financial statement was also read. This shows the ex penditures from July 1 to October 4. There is a balance of $15,186.98 in tbe general fund, $10,793.75 in the linking fund and $84,886.72 In the building fund. The board also ordered plans and specifications for the new athletic field for Columbia High School to be drawn at once so that bids may be . advertised and work started as soon as possible. Columbia High School this year has the largest enrollment for the first mnnth in the" history of the school. Four hundred and sixty-one students are enrolled, two more than at this lne zu-yara ne schulte's men re time last year. There are 98 seniors, . t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 October 1916

t THE DAILY MISSODMAK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 Pave Fr COLUMBIA NOTES Mrs. K. B. Rose, who has been visiting Mrs. J. Phillips, left this morning for Bushnelle. 111., to visit her son, S. B. Rose. Mrs. C. A. Yenter, who has been visiting her daughter, Beulah, a stu dent in Christian College, returned to day to her home at La Belie. Mr. and Mrs. James Morris return- i ed today to Moberly. They have been visiting relatives in Columbia. I Miss Margaret Rollins has gone to , St. Louis for a two-day visit. j Mrs. Rosie Shears, 1510 Morse bou levard, left this morning for Paris, Mo., where she will visit her aunt. visiting her cousin Mrs. Lloyd Simp ' son on High Road, has returned to her home in St. Louis. Mrs. E. R. Odell, who has been the guest of Mrs. Charles Hale, has gone to Dennison, Tex where she will visit before returning to her home in Los Angeles, Cal. J. B. Gillette, Peter and Warren Yarrington, and Louis Finks of Cen tralla have' been in Columbia on court business. Dr. D....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 October 1916

"5 v $, THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1916 NUMBER 35 TO SUPPLY COUNTRY IS LIBRARY PROBLEM Purd B. Wright Advocates California System for Use in Missouri. F. B. MUMFORD TALKS Miss Julia Krug Tells Asso ciation How St. Louis Uses Parcel Post. THE CALENDAR "The University library should not and cannot take the place ot a public library in Columbia. A public library In Columbia should be supported by taxation. Our library system has de veloped to the same stage as our school system. It is an educational institution and should be supported V' as such. "The University library should not be expected to perform the service of a Columbia public library. If such a one is established here you will find that almost as many students as Co lumbia people will patronize it. Cities near the largest universities in the country have magnificent libraries and Columbia .should follow their ex ample." Jlr. Ilostick, president of the Mis souri Library Associatio...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 October 1916

f. m m m Pa?e Tno THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1916 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PoblUbtd eTrry rienlng (except Saturday and Sunday) and Ronday mornlnr by The MUenrlii Aaorlatloa, fnrorporat rd. Columbia. Mo.. Frank II. Klor, rmldrnt and Editor) A. O. Hlnmaa. Bnlnra Manarrr. Address all communications to THK D.ULT MISSODHIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business. A3: News. 274. Kntered at tbe postoffloe. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year. $2.50; month. 2T cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; montb, 30 cents. Tbe Mlxsourlsn receives the dispatches nf the United Press Associations. NONPARTISAN CITY GOVERNMENT In Iowa a form of city government permits little partisan rule. Party primaries for city offices have been abolished. Instead, names are placed on the primary ballot by petition re gardless of parties. The two leading candidates for mayor and the eight leading candidates for commission men are then placed on th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 October 1916

THE DAILY M1SS0UMA THPB8DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1916 Page Three ' 3EJ f k. THE 1916 TIGERS NAME POSITION Harry Lansing (Capt) Center Jesse h. Groves Tackle and backfleld Tackle Tackle Guard Center Guard End End End End Guard Guard Guard Quarter Quarter Full Full Half Halt Half Half Half Half Clifford Van Dyne William Mulr William Preston Paul Hamilton Frank McAnaw john Glltner Henry Bass Wentworth Wilder C. H. Slushcr Joseph Shy Henry Whlttenberg George Shannon Anton Stankowski II. B. Rutledge Norris IUder Cecil A. "White Kadford Pittam Bill Collins Earl McMillan Edward Morris Harry Viner Charles J. Haines Average weight of men on squad Average age of men on squad 21 Acrage height of men on squad 5 The Washington football squad, twenty-two strong, will arrive in Co lumbia at 1:45 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. They will have the use of Rol lins Field during a part of the afternoon and will work out there for the came Saturday. No spectators will bo admitted either to the Piker or the Tiger pr...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 October 1916

PsgeFoar CITY AND CAMPUS Richard Barth, a freshman in the College of Arts and Science, will leare tomorrow night for Mexico, Mo., to spend the week-end with his parents. The University Grange met for the first time this fall, at 8 o'clock last night in the Women's Parlors in Aca demic Hall. W. H. Hargrove of the agricultural extension service is in Green County judging stock at the community stock shows. R. H. Emberson, professor of rural education, is in Knox County organiz ing Boys' and Girls' Clubs. The Mississippi County Club elected officers last night for the year. Miss Geneva H. Drinkwater was elected president; John H. Ogilvie, vice-president. The Women's Athletic Association met last night in the women's gym nasium. A series of parties has been arranged for this semester. The first, a costume party, is to be given in Rothwell Gymnasium October 28. The University High School will Megaphones 5c and 10c CO-OP Have You 'a Memory Book? It will be worth it's weight in gold in lat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 October 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916 NUMBER 36 sip J IJ3.I URGES A CONFERENCE R "Start Something" is Slogan of Business Men and Faculty Members. ONE WANTS A LAKE Dr. Digges Suggests Mem bership Exchanges With Missouri Clubs. There is a growing sentiment in favor of a country club for Columbia among the townspeople and faculty members, according to opinions given by business men today. The club. taking on a more tangible forrofthey say, and a meeting will beheld soon to consider the forming of a tem porary organization for an active con sideration of the plan. A few weeks may find the movement taking on definite proportions. "The idea of a country club is one which has always appealed to me," George Reeder of the United States Weather Bureau said, "and I believe that Columbia was never more favor able toward such a proposition. The Columbia Club is temporarily dis banded and there is no place one can go for recreation. More than that there is n...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 October 1916

lip"- 3 If I ' rage Tw THE DAILr MISSOCKLIX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1918 m r : I f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I city AND CAMPUS I E ! f. PaMUbcd rrrry malar (except Satarday and 8admj) aad Saaday aaoraiaa' T Tba JCUaatiaa Aaaaetaiios lacarparai- a. vaiaraoia. Hfc, rrux n. Kiaa. Fmldnt aad Edltar; A. O. Hlamaa. BalBa Maaasvr. addrrtt all communications to THE DAILY HISSOUEIAN Colombia. Missouri. Office: VlrcinU Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55: Newt. 274. Entered at tbe postofflce. Columbia, Mo, ai second-class mall. Tear, VIM; month, 55 rents; copy. 5 cent. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month. 30 cents. Dr. Walter JlcXab Miller, secre- day. Those for women will tegin Mon day. Tbe appointments are made in alphabetical order. Miss Elsie Resor of Macon is visit- tary of the Slissouri Association for.g ner brother William E. Resor, a the Relief and Control of Tubercu-j stu(ent In the College or Arts and Sci losis. returned from KirksTille last ence. - night where he went to secure t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 October 1916

r SPORT NEWS and COMMENT Kims jlickman Pfteri lon Croismsn MWr , Bdcbard S?mWrton b'back ih.nler fullbacK .g&enbach hi. Stout Korrns mrrex Caffw jKRoberts Cillowr- TCimp WASIIIXKTON Position No. Yearn -nd tackle puanl center Kuard tackle end quarter halfback end half end half tackle euard half S 0 10 11 12 13 11 15 10 17 IS 19 20 21- on Team 1 1 0 0 1 1 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wt 163 193 180 180 ISO 1S3 ICO 135 105 100 175 175 175 130 125 140 1C5 158 150 ISO 180 110 Coach Schulte sent the football squad through signal drill and buck ing practice yesterday, but because of the nearness of the Washington game, no scrimmage was held. The team Trill have another short work-out be hind closed gates this afternoon, the last practice before the game tomor row. The Pikers will also bo on the field during a part of the afternoon. Bass, who has been out of the game because of a sore neck, was again in -uniform last night and worked with one of the teams. He probably will not appear in tomorr...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 October 1916

rv ymzgtrv k 3. . - FageFov THE PA1LY MISSOCRIA5, FK1PAY, OCTOBER i, 1916 Renie's Phone 1344 Guitar Bide. Follow- XV We carry a complete the following: Razors, Strap Gillette, Eer Gem Jr., In Straight Henkle, Wostng Holme, Lizard, Witte's Pride, Prom $1.00 to $10.00. strops, Hones & Soap. Blades For Any Make. Razor. line of Blades, Green Prices Razor Razor Safety Try One of Rcnie's Pocket Knives, They Are Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction, Or Your Money Refunded. The Most Complete Line in Columbia. Russian, and Universal Food Choppes, The Most Essential Tool in the Kitchen. Price $1.00 to $4.00. Why Grope in the Dark When You Can Get An Ever Ready Flash Light From 7.1c to $4.(10. Barler Ideal Heater 1 WW MtsrtheB&thv The Stove You Have Had So Highly Recommended By Your Neighbor. The Sanitary Oil Heater. $.",..-,0 to $10.00. . Only the BEST Accessories -7a full and complete line of everything of the highest quality sold at our store. Whatever you my with if It is recognized as ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

. .. .. t '-i? - Jr THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I it u NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MQRNING, OCTOBER 15, 1916 NUMBER 37 ? 13-1) FAILS TO SHOW ALL TIGERS VICTORY Missouri Outrushes Wash ington 509 Yards to 28 in an Easy Game. REVERSES 1915 SCORE Visitors Make Only 2 First Downs Most Forward Passes Go Wild. YESTERDAVS SCORES. In the Valley. Missouri 13. Washington 0. Ames 13, Kansas 0. Nebraska H, Kansas Aggies 0. 4 . In the Eaot. Yale 12, Leblch 0 Princeton 3, Tufts 0. Harvard 21, North Carolina 0. &n 42. Williams 0. iKa Arm j 17, Holy Cross 0. 'r v, 19. rittsburch 0. Dartmouth C Mas. Aggies 0. Sirarttniore C, Pennsylvania 0. I-enn State 39. W. Va. Wesleyan 0. rtajlor 37, Trinity 0. Vanderbilt 39. Kentucky 0. Columbia 7. Vermont 0. Syracuse CI, Franklin and Marshall 0. In the West. Wisconsin 2S. South Dakota 3. Chicago 22, Indiana 0. Michigan 2C, Mount Union 0. Western Ketone 14, Akron 3. Colgate 13. Illinois 3. Ohio 13, Otterben 0. St Louis 7. Southern Normal 0. Minnesota 47. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

JR.- .,.- -'-- -- -..;-.. - ...... Ik " lit'' Jf -SB" ic : i- ra?e Two THE DAILT XISSOUBIA5, SDSDAT 3TOBSISQ, OCTOBER 15, 1916. Christian College Notes An informal party was given Wed nesday night for Miss Roberta Kln trae, formerly librarian of Christian College, who is attending the conven tion for librarians. The teachers "and officials who were associated with Miss Kintrae in the college were guests. Special talks, in the interest of the A. C. A. entertainment Tuesday even ing, October 17th, were given in chapel Saturday morning. The class in Methods of Teaching attended the lectnre on Aims of Edu cation by Dr. Charters Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fannie B. Moore gave a wiener roast Saturday evening for Misses Louise Dophelde, Frances Moore, Lu cile Potter, Ruth Boyd, Mary John stone, Decimund Campbell, Ella Hed rick. Gladys Minges, Luclle Minges, Charlotte Bradley, Maude Minor. Sixty girls attended the Washington-Missouri game Saturday. Miss Nada Wild attended the Y. W. C. A. meeti...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

3pai Ti '"' W'l ii -T' " 'j!MkKF M THE DAILY MISSOUBLiy, STODAY MOMTrAQ. OCTOBER 15, 11. KBJCTJfiTT ?T"?rrySeV- jUITTI , ft "FJ 'j jjji Whi j ijji J)i wii , , 9'-fl 0r Commuia has spun dizzily in a widening circle of clubs, conventions, dances, picnics, football games, teas and dinners. The stranger is within the gates, and Friday night Washington rooters applauded for encores at the dances almost as Joyfully as they cheered for their team Saturday after noon. All the fraternity houses were niled with guests, and they do say that the sleeping arrangements resembled some ot the hardships our boys endured at the border. In addition to all the 'inside stuff" of entertain ment, Nature and Company, the original moving picture artists, are offer ing a spectacular scenic film this month in their twelve-reel serial, "The Seasons." The picture has a thirty day's run, and society has flocked to. the afternoon matinee. Almost every day gay parties go motoring out to "the country side. And, jud...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

v; i faiF 1 ifflSf PF PlgCFOHT rC'K ' P L THE DAILY HISSOCKIAX, SUJTDAY JfOMfTIfG,' QCTOBEB 15, 116- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Fabllabed titrj ctcbIdc (except Saturday ad Bandar) and Sunday moraine by The Mlsaourlaa Association, Inrorpatrat d, Calnmbla. Uo, Frank II. Kin, President and Editor; A. O. Illaman, ODIIDfll JUDIKfr. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Dulldlng. Downstairs Phones: Business, 53: News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Tear. t2JM; month, 23 cents; copy. 5 cents. uutsiae or voone county, year ; montn, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan receives the dispatches nf the United Press Associations. MISSOURI IX SHORT PANTS Twenty years ago, before boys wore bloomers, a 4-year-old was graduated from rompers to knee pants. They kept the little fellow from spattering in mud, climbing trees and experi menting in other disastrous projects but tho newness, the tight and snug feeling of being dressed up ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

Wfsga""8 ESffiLklllIj - 6s v5 ? V -Y 'fmf IPWI' I'JL aniui MlLlui ''l4)! "Ii y THE DAILY aaSSOUBIAJf, 8U5PAY MORSISO, OCTOBER 15, 1M6. Page Fire 'CSHT- MMT I- ..I - J W THE AUXILIARY FOOTBALJ, COACHES. 1IU3 FILIPINOS TORTURE SELVES TO REQUITE SINS, HE SAYS "In what phase of educational or so cial work are the Filipinos mow backward?" This question was asked of James L. MacKay, a sophomore in the College of Arts and Science, who for the last two years has been teach ing in the schools at Calapan, Mln doro. and Baybay, Leyte, islands of the Philippine group. "The most back ward phase of the Filipino civiliza tion." said Mr. MacKay, "or at least among those who claim to be civiliz ed, is their practice of religion. This, of course, refers to the Christianized people, for there are few wild peo ple left in the Islands." "Practically all of the Filipinos are Roman Catholics, but the Catholic Church in the Philippines is exactly where it was 300 jears ago after the Spanish .priests introd...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

Columbia Invested $194,745 in Autopbiles THIS YEAR Overland Automobiles Model 75-B Model 85 Model 85 Model 88 Five passenger, 4-cyl. Five passenger, 4-cyl. Five passenger, 6-cyl. Seven passenger, 6-cyl. -$ 635 F. O. B. Toledo. 795 F. O. B. Toledo. 925 F. O. B. Toledo. 1325 F. O. B. Toledo. 6-cylinder models equipped with famous Continental motors WILLYS-KNIGHT SILENT KNIGHT MODELS Five passenger, $1125 F. O. B. Toledo. Seven passenger, 1285 F. O. B. Toledo. Things you will want to know about THE WILLYS-OVERLAND FACTORY The Largest Indiidual Automobile Factory in the World. Business moved to Toledo from Indianapolis and took over old Pope-Toledo plant 190S. Floor space occupied in 1908, 419,9r0 sq. feet. Present floor space 4,486.680 square feet; equal to 103 acres. 400 cars produced in 1908. . 1916 production not less than 200,000 Overland and Willys-Knight cars. Number of emploes in 1908, 250. Number of employes May 1st, 1916. 17.300. ,,. . . Largest users of aluminum in the world ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

ss-sa' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1916. FIRELIGHT'S GLOW- WARMS OLD STEPHENS HOMESTEAD! Is the old method ot heating by fireplace as good as the modern meth ods? At least one man in Columbia blnks so and will attempt to prove it. The old Stephens homstead on East Broadway is the home in which the experiment is to be tried, and E. W. Stephens is the experimenter. "I want to show that the old meth od of heating is just as efficient as the modem, and that home, health and comfort are better preserved," said Mr. Stephens. A glance at the homestead's history will be familiar to old Columbians. James L Stephens, the original owner of the home, was married to Miss Amelia HocXaday in 1843. On their wedding trip, they Uslted President TOM FORD, SAILOR, IS ILL Recovery of Widely Known Peddler Is Not Expected. "Uncle Tom" Ford, a peddler of lumbia's philanthropists, lived in the shoestrings and pencils, a familiar house until his death in 1902. He was the originator of t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 October 1916

MfPllfjPg'l'Wj' v- J -7 . mr t. I m w Pago Eight THE DAILY MISSOUMAH, 6UHDAT 3TOK5IKG. OCTOBBK 16, litt. SPORT NEWS and COMMENT i '3381 ,The Tigers got the Jump on the Pikers yesterday and held it all the way through. The old story that Missouri never plays until the second half was torn all to shreds inyesterday's battle, for Schulte's tribe started off like whirlwinds, and though temporarily checked at times largely through penalties they never stopped plugging on to the Pikers' goal. Rider, who has been christened the "dodging i fullback" and young Collins went through the Mound City boys' line for seventeen yards on the first four plays i.hit tells the story of the game. were never headed. Here's all: Quarter. "S to Stankowski, who k to the 30-yard line. ?left end for 40 yards jf this for Giltner's hold ing; Two more line plays netted 8 yards but another penalty sent Mis souri back 15 yards. A forward pass failed and Haines made 3 around end. Haines punted out of bounds. Busick ...

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