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Wjbo attendance at Dtn vr,t. -rr.i
was the largest in the history cf the I
class. Eier) scat in the Broadwar I
MlSSQURIA. MOIWAY? SEPTEMBER' 13, 192flCi
e Class jesterday morning Odeon. ;ere the class meet, was taken, t-
teammates would allow hlra t leare if he
. i TRY FOR TEAM
Can be fitted ivllh a Parker Pen which we
have in .stock,
GivejjsJhe "opportunity! The act will make us
Pratfaer's Drag Store
'should ant to t,
J The addition ol the big Tiger tackW
In the 1930, Jine-op? Is all asset Whfcb,
'mnnni li ferttmiitfd. fjnaell lakm F
Miller summed up the situation tome
-Tl- . r att , .,- tinier SUIBlIlCa up uc uiwuhi iobm
11 ' uJlS aSSTT ? . hen he ld- "We "
i fJcnby vftrrnWn jpe football men with hln.
The rumo.ro winch have been current
ToTbgge.Who Did Not Visit
Us Our Openiiig Bay
We (fftep the same conlial irilaliop to come in and
see our newbdme and inspect our Jme of shoes. x
719 E. Broadway
The Place to Buy Shoes
ad roolrrs v.ho we out to sec the work
OUt A fr-ImT lf ailwf-irtinn I infill . tw . .1 An k
I , .." ---"'"- ""v.., frcntijr to tae eneel tnat -linen i was
i. " ""- """ " marneU ant would noi return lor tnat
t season, w reckoned as one of the IMH)n e WM.t cording to a ricoron
jungm surs ot Hut. team. Although denial by the Tarkio boy thu morning. J
wc:-Urg around t'i- 193-pound marl. ".tl
1 e is cictvkTdljr fast 'for a heavy man. i TTE.TY-FIVE MEN FOR '
'He is able 13 run the hundred in 10 25 CROSS COUNTRY TRY-OUTS
jj seconds. j Answering Coach Simpson's call for
IJ Lincoln Las been absent from Col urn. 'men, about twenty five cross-country
ii: ui urtc uic season sianeu ana ujnneu nien nate come out xor uie tryoutt.
Jj unifi.rrn for he fir't time Saturday. Among the men out last year'are SatiUe,1
J tic is cipecteil to male a strong bid for Henderson, VicVroy, Hammett, Ilanscr
. piace on me rcujar lineup anu juue ami uirani. tnere are aiso aoom ninca
ing from his past record on the frchman sophomores out from Jast year fresh
nan sipiad and during scrimmage againt rman Muad, and Aipson hopes to come
t!io arit), the Webster Ciwcs product out better In the Valley meet this year.
art of the o schedule has been arranged yet
wid start the season as a part
This will hate to be done upon the ar
rival oICZ. Ooenger, athletic director?
1 1 who is eipccted at any time,-, ,
lUcBiME. 1 TO 2
i lie Ixlumljia Bearcats defeated the' in firl roueenonHuu -j
ilcBamc baseball cam at the fair The 6rst policewoman in America U
grouiida ?e-tcrdav aftcrnonn. 4 to 2. Jio a deputy sheriff in Maine. , f
Both teams plared good ball.
The Iinc-ui werer
Columbia C. Nirliol, pitcher; Jett, ,
5 catrhrr; Qjick, first bacman; Swindale,
seconu uascman; iiawuns, tlunl base
man. It. Nichols shurwop: Kced. left
. Shown by a County Club
Or Any Other '
Depends on How
' Its Members Meet.
Or Dinner iif the
Harris' Tea Room
Always Makes for a
I.Tne Mar.w$ om in quaJ-',
IfHy, ad -ttereecoeomieu.
Want to thank the people of Columbia and Boone County
for the excellent patronage they ga e us on our opening day,
Saturday, September 11. It pleases us to see the people
taking advantage of our aluc giving shoes and our con
stant aim" will btfto give you quality shoes at lowest prices.
The enormous business we did last Saturday was be
yond our expectations. (0ut opening day values are going
to be every day values a't our store.) When jou see our
shoes, their quality and style, and, the prices we have on
them you cannot resist the temptation of buvins.
m-iticr; iioppcr, center ticlucr; Sap-
pington, right fielder. '
j Mcfliinc Sims, pitcher; Thornton.
I catcher; Steward, first baseman; H. Eas-,
I ley. secwnit rjasetran: tr KiW. tl.i-.l
lbanan; Hancock, sLotstop; Tiirae-,
j le': ficldi; Sappington, center fielder;
j I Ceerr, right fielder, i
Z in. trim 1tr !-.:.
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I? "BIIICS" TR't IS
f.V COIL H.ilA
Jame Ed 3-icL") Traus hscl.
' CaVning posiLI) a few raoxe poands
ime;hn; oard 200) Le is still the
I -i lla-l. i at e-m-J to ti-rbg from
j lu.at-" daring il- ntcs game last sea-
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I? .a-i! loe. Tltc tan: "liricL" who
then e tpped beet into ris placo at
taUe. 1 eld f r to &ovx and en the
t tru-U UircKW lb big Amea back for a
1 1 fne jard. loss. The Kme rnan who tore (
the Jarhawk line tj hrcds that blcaL
' Thanksgiving Day and emerged at the
end of the eaon with the title of AH-
(alle tackle following his name.
AUkoiirb Travis has not said definite- !
j 1 he will enter school, it is considered
TOR SALE Maxwell
touring car. Tires near'
lynew. W. C Bowling
8d and Cherry, Phone .No, Z
Perfection in Confection
MiUard & Sisson
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dB The Quadrangle
is now under the management
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Benton S. Gabbert
Successor to EmQ Nathan, Jr.
Once you try a Braselton shoe jou will become
A. A. HARTMAN, Mgr.
. j pracricany scmea i inosc wno navel
I) talked tlxi matter over with him. Indeed
I J At i a iiuc-tioi, now lliat he has returned
a i J to- CLlumLia, whether liis friends and i
car. Good tires. W. C
Bou'ling, Clh and Cherry,
Phone No. 2. t
Are- You Fellows
Getting Shirt Mileage ?
Today is the age of guarantee. The tire manufacturer who hasn't
enough confidence in his product to guarantee a standard number of miles
has to drop out of the race now-a-days.
""'The laundry that entrusts delicate fabrics 'to damaging
hap-hazard methods of washing is likewise doomed.
Today is the age of specialization. You woidd not dream of sending
your watch to the blacksmith. Why entrust your valuable garments to a
laundry using blacksmithing methods.
"tHe'COLUMBIA LAUNDRY, TEL 758
GUARANTEES DELICATE FABRICS
....JTheyfCan afford to with their careful hand service, using the purest
of soap3 and pure soft w atcr.
'They have a speedy motor service
-let thcmcall forrour buadlstoday.
sIHBHBB'' DAILY BROS. Wla
'a voctSv mmSBmik . ' ed. c. kulmus - iMm
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flMy ' VKBsMiBbVI' I 'We are the gateway in this town to the great tailor- ' jK-'w
19. ' jdfflJJSaBHSBfcw 1 i 'nS iistitution of xWl flHi
t , ' llw "1 " T Everybody knows the JoHy-Litde Tailor 'trade ""H
" Nl"1" l i I mark, and that famous question which good clothes jj JBi' Vi
v ..la'Vir . - i; ' aIways insPirc " ' ' Mjmt- H
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Wholesale MerdtarUTcHoring Plant ' , i (u,1 ?
Oioajfo, ., ' v 'f - These are ,be symbjols ofilhe,teost ssceessf d sys- ; TT J
v'vJ I iLJ1 ' tem-of toiloring-to-individualaeasyeanent yat de- ( Th ,f ; , ' 4
y . - ' - jf-in -ilf "vised a perfected anatomic, system that 'enables b . : il; - r
i -tJ ',.. r-sqt. ".".,. DLI -- " t0 produce 'correctly fittinc properly prosbr- ? mist Jl
- Crtfeofthaiquiilitrinlailonn , a tioned and sniarUy staled aNnthort- 1 i l( ' J
that invites the question . "ais v- work. v "m'J J r'1
. i a-ir ' Come in and let us show you our woaderfuljlfne ' llat m
M& a jm -mmtKifrfZ t, jjjjgSat 1 of choice woolens our excimir'' style nedeb " JhJqBU " "
KEjV-? JPflillrWi . our great values. WeTl'let thea spekk'f6r"4e. KlSBl -Vl
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