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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1920.
J At fact llul Minctv tUussrd more i a vrar. while j, lht t imcd S-aic Ll
Bits are enpMcil ' !- inilu-irj U.li jut lur lOIB , .,, CI million Ikiu an I
inmost of wages has mi far U-en oc- lunilt 191'J It uj 141 n,i!,..rt in i'.
compsmcd li) a redaction in output ami ire r ase in tlia: yar b- !n attributed 1 1
coiners arc uriiocii ny many people tne grut striU.
10 jc i.clijefa'eiy nMricting output as fret Cemnn-, To Mar Home.
lart cf a plan to force nationalisation "Br l"l Tri.
uf tic mice. HEULIN. cep. 2. Tlir Crrman gov-
The entry of Aircrlca into tl c coal crnmrct and especially the emigration
Lipurtiig tiadi- is followed bv the is. Gce arc opponents of em'gration. Tlicy
formation lliat China is also entering art cuaunced thai such ersons as dr
ain ois im-soup- a senous la.tor. Arcer .irr t,. , mimic are inst ihe n-ole
lit In rclain at borne In
llw iiation. The proyiwc-
usttandiTr" are among Ger
f toal in Great tvai V won industrious folk; far the
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Years rruiliiciion Jlncit
Titan la lUC.
TJwhTs production 'f coal in MI9
, lnc small"-! si-cc 1910 ami 1.1
Bullion tons It tkan i 1913, a-cord
nig In figures ma'pited b the Amen-
tffa Qu-nlKT oi i- a-i.iii"in: in Lit ut.
'lowriea i the mi, countn liia: 'lijii
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.uJlion If ,,,an !c lvl3 ' fI"Ie IS'itam i at ih- rate
In the Field of Sport
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tram for the first txo wU of Kbool. ."r -
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iu coal n Irf l.ugit an.1 Iiipfnl Crrnar) iufl.1
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tnmin, nan iri!ti rcaL
rirn Vnti f r llip craftfmen liirrf i
i .rL at Iiic Kn a ran nuleriaU
an" al lur t -V fyr tlie Ijlwrn, lie
nTI in ih- fieltit an,l ihr facturic-s,
IrSI. BEAUTY PARLOR
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$ r wa). We are iit llml wc can gi" gj
fMjS o:i ilia saint scn-ice and attention tint $$3&
TO, jou get at home. . jigoS.
yAia Ve do all kind of Itouty Parlor lvmtk V&&M
Pk'fiM ,- - . i P8r$8$&!
s.'Vd-dfe'r specializing in nianifcunng, sliampsoms, Ju-wBg
35p.c(03f aad liair dressing. 6-j?Si
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M Beauty Parlor
fcjSMI 12 . Ninth St. Phone 535 f
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roolball, IiVe ncry other growing lliat the former slate champion is play,
sport. Us liad many "greatest )ear," ing the best golf of his career right
but it seems likely to have another 1920, now. This is good news for fcolfirg
says the flew York Times. The gnd- follower. sas tlie Star, who would like
iron game has never lacked in optimis- to see the amateurs pljy well againot
tic piophris. who liave lianll) been able the Brilisli "piW Wartl is ralttt by
l.i wait out one ea-n before they pro- ihe home "pros." as the classiest ania-
cla'm the netl as the greatest eer. and trur plaer lierr. On the top of hit
the heralds of good tilings have not game the )oul!iful star, not jet 21, may
bt-.ii id'e this siasoiu They liae point- will Le eiprttnl to win praise from ihe
ol nut that the composite schedule rcltbratn llnluh profejMonaK
leaves Jillle to be desired, that new and McClellanil, loo,' is phjing welL lie
smaller colleges, such as Centre College U one of the prettiest form placers in
of Danville, Ky,"are springing into mre f the country and who on his game is
i frtflocnt promii.ence, and thai East and hard to beat.
West are slowly coming into closer uni-
'l in tLeir fontlull relations. I I'1 third days practitr at Kolhns
If the coming M-awn were to be Flchl )esterday afternoon saw he Tigers
judged -rli-l on its excellent till of bending eier) effort lo gel as much out
, fare it should easily take rank with the of ihe first lo weeks of practice as p-s-
lllier 2'catct yean of the sport. ir.e siDie jnu give .M.souri a running sail
squad in the; ue of the for
ward pas and bacUirld formations. Coach Johi F. Milkx; If not taking a '
Slarley Andrews, Varsity guanL inlro- cation. Sitting at his desk be meets new
duocd a numbef of hu-ky linemen to the slui'ents, welcomes the old one back
t bucking midline, and had them demon-1 and through it all he talks football,
watc Ihe po,ibih!) of pushing the ma- Coach Miller is the personificatioa of in
clune and himself oier the field. teres!. He seems to lite football all the
Bui rhile a large pail of the acliuty j lime and by his own interest nd energy
and interest lias Lrrn tranf,rrn! in ill is aldi- In instill the necessary DtD into
grii'iron, another icene td auinly is in 'everyone with whom he comes in con- iar figures as Lewis, l'jckwuod, Clumer,
alrntvi continuous performance al tlie tacl. iGoepeL Uulh, llartnn. ndiews. 5pria. . '
gymnauru Ju.t U-causc the allrj ftolhin" definili; lias yel been heard I gate, Shannon and i!ka again in uru'-?iJ
ruit-s a le is not aliowed to cnatli the i from J. E. ("Brick ") Travis, Missonri s lorni.
Travis, one of the greatest tackles il,.
Tigers have ever had, to the straad will?
be a help that can hardly be esiini,.l
We want Iravt, bail; we've got joj
have mm, said .Miller. "With Travis
bacK in jue line we will be relieved of a
lot of unnecessary work."
Hie practice yesterday saw suh !.
.diniulr makers those quiet and unoli
j Irusiv gentlemen wlw seem able to see
so far ahead, hare arranged battles that
. should satisfy ihe most exacting of foot
I ball lovers. There will lie more titan
i the uual number of big ganes, tliose
stirring clashes that are antkipated for
I Kit-ks aheail and for which a coach pre-
parrs the entire season.
down the long hard stretch to another
About sixty men, clad in track suits or
regulation football togs, were out for Var
sity practice. In the absence of coaches, '
Capu C K. Lewis supervised the work
out. Jack Fullhrighl. one of the best (
men ot the freshmen team hut year, t
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' Tlie small college, it seems, is contin
' uing lis inroads into the stronglmlds
i of the larger institutions a fact that
was n-ver more apparent than after pe
! tusin- the 1(120 schedule. The blend-.
ins process and the disappearance t,f the
, laitdmatks of old seem further advanced '
tlian eier before.
The lumber of Eat West rlaslies has '
1 certainly Urn varied if not increased.
One of the Western visitors will appear
at the I'o'o Crounds. where Rutgers will
act as host to Nebraska on FJectian Day,
Nov. 2. A week later the Nebraskans
will appear at Penn Slate. Kalamazoo
College will make a pretentious tup to
Wad ngtcn, IV, and engage Washing
ton and Jefferson, and Notre Dame voll
be one of the Army's opponents at West
IVint on the same tiy, Oct. 30, that
Western Ileserve of Cleveland is the at
tralion at Annapolis. On No.emher 27,
hn Army meets Nai) at the Polo
Crui.nds. Dartmouth will be pla)ing
Waliington in faraway Seattle.
Ja Ward, son if Mrs. A. Boss Hill
(Mice Mi-ori fclate cliamnion, an J E.
j H. McCelland, uill play against Harry
erJuii and FJnanl flay, famous Ert
ih trofesoionals in ih" aftfmo.n
j mi n J rf ilie ehibiuon otrr the Mts-
fitn Hilh tonuirrow afirrnoon in Kan
1 Professional may be matchrtl aa!nt
I tbr t ii tor in the nvirmn r.unu or tt
ina) he that the club amateur stars will
j irairl the full thirtj-su Ik1c- againt
f the inrading ktars. sa, the Kaaus City
. Ja Uord lias leen )la)ing on out
I of town couiNf all ftuminer. Hugh,
j Ward, abmlbrr if Jay, brinpjlie word
Complete with detach
able cord and plug.
We carry a complete
line of electrical 'Utilities
New Fall Modes
in Feminine Footwear
The styles that will dominate the season
are assembled here in an unsurpassed show
ing that includes all the fashionable novelties
-as well as the more conservative models in
Boots, Brogues, and Party Slippers
The variety and character of this show
ing will interest every woman selecting. her
Fall Nootwear, while our 'fair prices empha
rize the economical advantages of purchas
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