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THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, TUESDA Y. EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1916.
Jl vyAV X COMME
KeYrpies ll'Ip Centralia
I, Basketball Game, 44-17.
jter being hopelessly outclassed
. defeated by a score of 36 to 5 In
im first balf, the Centralia High
te School basketball team made a come
l v.,v and won the second half, 12 to
In the game with the Columbia
High School basketball team In the
local high school gymnasium last
night The final score was: Columbia
44, Centralia 17.
Centralia threw a scare Into the
Kcwplcs the first few minutes of the
game by some good offensive playing-,
tut after the Kewpies had taken five
or gix unsuccessful shots at the has
let, they began to display some splen
did' team work and basket shooting
tbat bewildered the Centralia play
ers. ; Columbia's team worked like a ma
chine, while Centralia resorted to In
dividual playing and dribbles that
were usually broken up- by the Kew
pies. The visitors used little or no
team work under the basket and shot
at random from all parts of the floor.
Columbia made some substitutipns
in the sesond half, and Centralia took
Wrt and played the Kewpies on even
terms. The Kewpies did poor basket
shooting, which offset their superior
Captain Itutledge, the individual
star of the game, was the main cog In
the Kewpies' machine, and he made
thirty-two of the forty-four joints.
Montgomery also played a good game.
Drown, the midget forward of the vis
itors, was the chief disturbing ele
ment His team work and basket
shooting were the best that the vis
Miss Xadine Roach of Jefferson City
Is the week-end guest of Miss Lewis
Roberts at Sampson Hall.
Sampson Hall will entertain at a
Christmas dinner party Wednesday
evening, December 20.
Miss Arline Watson of St Louis
spent the week-end in Columbia as
the guest of Miss Gladys Roberts.
Miss Emma Murry, a student in the
Sargent School at Cambridge, Mass.,
arrived in Columbia Saturday and will
spend the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Judge and Mrs. John F. Mur
ry. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Murry en
x tertained for her at a tea.
The active and alumni members of
the Kappa Sigma fraternity will give
their annual Christmas banquet at
6:30 o'clock tomorrow night at the
Miss Louise Nardin entertained the
English Club last night at her home
with the reading of Christmas plays,
NO CHRISTMAS FOR COLLECTOR
J. R. Jordan WH1 Keep HIg Office
OpeH to Benefit Tax Payers.
The county collector's office will be
open all day Christmas to "accommo
date persons who wish to pay taxes.
This will probably be the only office
open in the courthouse that day. but
due to the fact that the last day of
the year falls on Sunday, J. R. Jordan,
county collector, wants to give all the
time possible to delinquents.
To avoid the penalty, air taxes must
be paid in by Saturday night, Decem
ber 3Q. Mr. Jordan asked the county
court for permission to keep his of
fice open next t Monday, which was
granted without discussion, this morning.
CITY- AND CAMPUS
The Pi Beta Phi sorority will have
Tits annual Christmas tree tomorrow
afternoon for active members and
The Sigma Nu fraternity entertain
ed several members of the Pi Beta
Phi sorority last night with a dinner
The Delta Tau De)ta fraternity will
give a banquet in honor of Paul Ham
ilton at C o'clock tomorrow night
The Chi Omega sorority gave a
Christmas tree party last night for
active members and pledges. Those
present were dressed as children, and
the toys they received are to .he sent
to real children in Happy Hollow.
- The Sigma Chi fraternity will give
its annual Christmas dance tomorrow
Mrs. Anna Armil, 403 Mathews
street, gave a Christmas partytllast
evening for the members of the Alpha
Delta Pi sorority and the University
students living at her home.
WITH DEAD MAN AT THE WHEEL
Airship of Allies Sailed Along at ETen
R7 United Tress
BERLIN. Dec. 19. How Lieutenant
Boelke, Germany's premier airman
found an empty airship sailing aloft
with even keel and a dead man at the
wheel was told in a graphic series of
Papers made public today by the press
bureau. They were the reports of
Boelke from October, 1915, up to the
time he was killed, recently.
Boclke's reports indicated usual dis
tances between fighting aircraft was
J2S feet, some time only half that dis
tance. One time Boelke pursued a
French machine to within nine or ten
feet and he detailed how a collision
seemed certain he turned his machine
and turned the enemy flier upside
Prof. H. A. Allison to Buy Cattle.
Prnf T-T n Alltnn tUn animal
husbandry department went to Kansas
uty Sunday. Professor Allison In
tends to buy a carload of steers with
h!ch to conduct a feeding experiment
The University Grange will meet at
7:45 o'clock tomorrow night1 in the
Women's Parlors, Academic Hall. P.
H. Ross, state leader of county agents,
will talk, j A male quartet is also on
The junior agricultural students had
their pictures taken Sunday afternoon
with their new hats.
Earl P. Woody returned to St. Louis
Sunday. He is employed by the Mul
tigraph Company, and has been in Co
lumbia two months assisting Dr. Wal
ter McNab Miller prepare anti-tuberculosis
The seniors in the College of Agri
culture will hold a meeting in Room
209, Agriculture Buiadlng, at 7 p. m.
The Agricultural Club will meet at
7:15 o'clock-tonight in the auditorium
of the Agricultural Building. Officers
are to be elected for next semester and
a College Farmer staff will be chosen.
Plans for Farmers' Week will be dis
cussed. The Horticultural Club will meet at
4 p. m. Wednesday in the museum of
the Horticultural Building to make
plans for Farmers' Week.
George W. Reavis, supervisor of
Boys' and Girls' Clubs, left yesterday
for Linn County, where he will spend
the week organizing clubs.
Mrs. Estelle Koch, directoress of
the nurses at the Christian church
hospital, in Kansas City, visited the
Parker Memorial Hospital here yester
day. Nicholas E. Malick of Springfield,
Mo., who has been in the Parker Me
morial Hospital for the last week for
eye treatment, was discharged this
Prof. G. B. Colburn of the language
department will spend the holidays in
St Louis. He will attend the meet
ings of the forty-eighth annual session
of the American Philological Associa
tion, which convenes at Washington
University December 27 and 29.
John N. Taylor went to Moberly on
business this morning.
J. S. Moore, secretary of the Y. M.
C. A., went to Hannibal today on
Newton Carson of St Joseph, a for
mer student in the School otJLaw, is
taking the state bar examinations at
Jefferson City this week.
Prof. H. F. Major will spend the
Christmas holidays in the East. He
will visit his home in Ithaca, N. Y.
Charles H. Williams, secretary of
the University Extension Division, has
gone to Marble Hill where he will
spend the holidays.
Prof. J. W. Hudson left for Boston,
Mass., last night to spend the holi
Miss Hildegard Kneeland of the
home economics department will spend
the Christmas vacation In the East.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Niedermeyer
left this morning for St Louis to at
tend the convention of the State Board
Miss Lillian Nichols, who has been
shopping here, returned to her home
at Hallsville this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rummans went
to Hallsville this morning to visit Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Pemberton.
Paul Jones, a student of the School
of Journalism, went to Sturgeon to
day. J. L. Wagner, secretary of the State
Board of Charities, left this morning
for St. Louis to attend the convention
of the State Board Of Charities and
and has Inst been vacated because party
has position. F. 91-W.
FOR KENT: One block from Univer
sity. One-half of southeast front room
Price S3.00. Phone 1071 Bed, 317 S. Cth
Street. K. 89-tf.
Six room apartment, 203 South Eighth
street. Strictly modern. Apply to McDon
nell Brothers. C. 79-tf.
Two rooms next door north of T. M. C
A. Phone 874 Bed. O. 20-tf.
Wanted: A room mate for student. Next
door north Y. M. C A. O. 33-tf.
APARTMENTS FOR BENT
Six room apartment, 203 South Eighth
street. Strictly modern. Apply to S. 11.
Levy at Levy Shoe Co. C. 78-tf.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOB BENT: One fourteen room mod
era house at COT Maryland. Possession
March 1. Phone 1156 Bed. O. 90-tf.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Leather pocketbook, containing
Y. M. C. A. card and personal notes. Finder
please return to W. Harvey Johnson,
Benton Hall. Reward. J. 92-83.
Cuff Link, with Initials "A. W. E." on
Broadway. Finder return to Missourian
office or phone 93ft E. 87 tf .
FOB SALE OB EXCIIANGE: Mississip
pi farm for sale or exchange for Columbia
property, nor particulars auuicss j
care Mlssourlan. 91-84.
"Teachers wanted for our varied calls.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Klrksrllle, Mis
sou rL" 70-M. T. A. tf.
Half a Cent a Word a Day.
ROOM AND BOARD
Booms aud board for two girls- Mrs.
Murphy, 610 College. Phone 645.
Boom and board for girls at C02 Conley
Avenue. W. 90-95.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOB BENT: To young man, half of
good room near University; single bed,
Individual light, sleeping porch. GOG South
Fourth street; phone 402 Black.
FOB BENT: Two large well furnished
rooms on same floor; south exposure. Or
nil rent entire house to right parties, re
serving two rooms. These rooms have
Just been repapered. S04 Hlllcrest- 1192
Bed. J. B. 92-83.
One bedroom in a moaern house. SOP
Christian College Avenue. J. 29-tf.
FOB BENT: One room for men at 511
Turner Avenue. This Is nn excellent room
WANTED: To rent rooms for light
housekeeping or to club with some one to
rent entire bouse. Apply to W. W. Langs-
ton. 110 Dorsey. rnone iua lieu.
Manuscripts typewritten accurately and
promptly. 60 cents a thousand words. In
cluding one carbon copy. Good bond paper
used. Special rates on books. Mall orders
promptly filled. Postage or express pre
paid on typewritten manuscript. Miss E.
Boberta Qulnn, 516 Guitar Building,
Phone 33L G. 87 tf.
SUGAR, 14 LBS. $1
Best Granulated, 13 lbs. .$L00
" No. 3 Tomatoes, 2 for .
Potatoes (white), bu.. LS0
Potatoes (red), bu. 1.70
Ripe Olives (quarts)
No. 2 Sliced Pineapple
No. 2 Grated Pineapple
No. 3 Sliced Pineapple
128 N. 8 St.
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SPECIAL TRAINS VIA
M. K. &. T. RAILWAY
To accomodate students returning home for the
Holidays the M. K.&T. Railway will run Special
Trains as follows.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
Leave Columbia 4:20 P. M. Arrive St. Louis
9 :20 P. M. No change of cars, train will stop at
Jefferson City and St. Charles only.
FOR JASPER COUNTY '
Leave Columbia 10:30 P. M. Arrive Carthage
6:45 A. M., Joplin 7:30 A. M., with through
sleepers and chair cars, direct connections at Clin
ton, Mo., with the Frisco. Special reduced rates
for the round trip to points in southwest Missouri,
Kansas and Oklahoma points. For further infor
mation call on.
H. L. WILSON, Tkt. Agent.
ROUND TRIP FARES to
Oklahoma, Kansas and Southwest Missouri
Mountain Grove .
Willow Springs ,
i,. ,. '
VIA KANSAS CITY
i Tickets on sale December 20th, Zst and 22nd
Return limit January 9th, 1917 4
A special'train for Kansas City will leave Colum
bia at 4:15 p. m., Thursday, December 21st, running
through ahead of regular No. 9, arriving at Kansas
City about 9 :20. p. m. for accommodation of students
for Kansas City and beyond. The train will leave Co
lumbia promptly at 4:15 p. m. and will make no stops
to discharge passengers at intermediate points. Regu
lar train leaves Columbia 4, :20 p. m. and arrive at Kansas-
City 9:30 p. m".
STUDENTS' SPECIAL TRAIN
COLUMBIA TO CENTRALIA
For accommodation of students for St. Louis, Kan
sas City and beyond, who get out of school at 1 1 a. m.
'Thursday, December 21st, the WABASH will run a
special train leaving Columbia at 1 1 :30 a. m., Decem
ber 1st, to connect with Wabash No. 3, arriving at Kan
sas City 5 :30 p. m. and with No. 20, arriving at St.
Louis 3 :50 p. rh. Through coaches to Kansas City and
Kansas City, St. Joseph and
Southwest Missouri Students
For accommodation of students RETURNING
to school from Kansas City and beyond, the Wabash
will run a special train leaving Kansas City Union Sta-1
tion at 1.1 :30 p. m., Tuesday, January 2nd, arriving at
Columbia 6:30 a. m., Wednesday,- January 3rd. This
train will consist of Pullman standard and tourist sleep
ers, and chair cars, running through to Columbia with
out change of cars.
Students leaving Columbia for Christmas Holi
days will please arrange to purchase your tickets and
make your reservations as early as possible in order to
avoid a rush on the date the university closes. -
J. C. ABBOTT,
Agent, Wabash Railway Co.