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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1920-;
Half a Cent a Word a Day.
FOtt S VLE
TOIt SALE Cual tovc, good
irIc. 1503 Anthony firm. X-50
JtL'AL ESTATE FOB SLe
WANTED Sleeiuns acrnmmjMliinna
for parties in xuun nl four for il..
"" niglit.oflNianIr 11 and 12. Call
?!- If rn
rOR liEftTr Rooms nrar Uniimin.
FOR 5LE iplrndicl lmi!linR lot on I phow' SWRol. B31
UnhrrMt) avenue, 60 by 233 fret. Price,
S130O. F. A. Utnnuger. 41 1
1011 RENT Good eleven room, fully
modnn house; tuo-fhirds furni'-hed. On
parrl street tuo bIotVifnm UniverMtv;
too MocL from UroadHa). Ideal room-
WANTEDh. 'TO RENT-Furni.hcd
apartmntj ortlliphl liouseleepins room
after January 1. Address S, care of Mi
wmiian. -u S-lStf
In the Field of Spot t
REAL ESTATE-We, bar. ell.
ins house I osHrioii at once. Phone ! and exilian?., rul mix. f .11 1 :..t.
519. Can J 1 racier, 414 Exchanje Na-lvvu hue property for sale or exchange
iioiial Rani. Cldj. CF-50'it might be to" jour interest to see us.
We have'rash buyers now for houses pric-
10K RENT To unfurniJird first
floor rooms for liftht IiouseLeepinR Call
al ISO" Windsor St. R48tf
LOST AM) FOOD
LOST Retneen Academic Hall and
Parker Memorial Hospital, a jevteled
Beta Sipna tTmieron pin, engraved vtith
name Ida Rhea Pearson. Reward if ie
turned to 715 Hilt Su Phone 275-grecn.
LOST A Miouri seal ring of heavy
gold. Phone 58 Wed. M-47lf
LOST A blacL ease containing glass
es vtith tortoise shell rims. Phone 683.
LOST A golil pin bearing Alpha Chi
Sigma crest with pearl on each eniL Re
turn to Missourian ofSce. C-42 tf
ed from ,92009, in $6000. List your prop
erty with us. T. E. Wisdom Realty Co,
Exchange Back Building, room 404, phone
TUTORI.NC WANTED-Spanish stu
dents when in difficulty see or call Carlos
MontcVerde, trtperienced. Spanish teach
er and native South American. Regular
'classes jf desired. 909 Lowry street.
Phone 96,1. M-39tf
WANTED A woman to wash dishes.
711 .Missouri avenue. Phone 525-Black.
LOST Paper route bag containing
two day books. Leave at Misourian oGce I
or call 1102 Green. Reward.
WANTED Reliable, ambitious man
or woma al District Manager. Unusual
proposition. 'Address North American
... j .'i
LOST A pait of shell rimmed glasses
in a Hark case, probably at the Co-Op.
Reward. Phone 974-Creen. M-41lf
LOST Pair shell rimmed eyeglasses
Thursday. Probably at ball game. Re
ward. Nathan 856. N if
Accident Insurance Co.,
ing, St. Loui, Mo.
exclusive 'proposition, co-operating with
poultry taisers ofc Boone county. Can
prove that our men average $100.00 a
week. Many 'make much more. Should
have team or car and $300.00 capital
This villi bear strictest investigation. See
: , Sir. Larnes Saturday evening or Sun-
LOST OR STOLEN-Party who took day, Boone Tavrrn. C18tf
army boots Irom a residence on Col
lege avenue will please leave them on
lawn of ame place some dark night,'
. - B-51
LOST Gold writ watch between
Read Hall and South 6th St. Valuable as
keep-ale. Reward. Elizabeth Frank,
'phone 404 green. F-5I
LOST A gold floruit in College Inn
Saturday night between 10 and 10:30.
Reward. M. Miller, 409 HitU Phone
J IT --
jlOABll -A.ND LOO'ilMi
FOR RENT Room for .indents. 1217
E. Broadway. Phone 589. J-44lf,
WANTED Boarders at 715 Hitt St.
Breakfat from 7:15 to 8:30 o'clock.
Sunday evening dinner served. Phone
2?S-Cteen after 6 p m. C-34tf
ACACIAJLCCE. No. 602. A. F. S A. M.
Thilo Building.. Hia and Broadway
'Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 2. at 7:30 p. tn.
Third Degree. A State
Lodge of Inlructlon will
be held" Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, November 3, 4
and 5. YJsitors welcome.
II. L. Kempster; W..M.-Jr-M.-LmTgTSec.
A VIC TEAM
A glance at the Sooner line up, w-itlt
the weights and number of years played
on the team. sJtows a strong aggregation
lljt outweigln the Tigers. Li the line
there is llamm, weighing 195 poends witli
two years varsity experience, playing
center. Deacon, the right guard is playing
his third year and lips the vales at 210
pounds. McKinlcy, handling the other
guard position is a 190-pound man with
two years experience. Smoot, 215
lund. riih three years on the team is
considered Oklaltoma's star linesman.
Johnson, 189 pounds, is playing his sec
ond season. At the ends Captain Luster,
155, has tlirre years' experience and Ty.
ler, 170 pounds lias an equal number of
year to his credit.
In the hackheld. Davis a second year
man weigh 170 iounds. Swatcck and
White liandle the halves positions. Both
have liad two years experience and weigh
168 and 180 pounds respectively. Mor
rison,. 170 pounds is playing his first
year on the team at fullback.
A couple of substitutes, Oguvie and
Hill, are counted on by the Sooners to
add great strength to the backfield. In
the Sooner Piker game Hill was sent in
as a substitute and distinguished himself
by tearing holes in the Piker line, break
ing up forward passes and using the
aerial route for long gains.
senior champion and runner-up in the
finals: B. Longshore, runner-up in the
junior finals; Martlia McLendon, soph
more and all-University champion ;"-Lor
arics McKiddly, freshman champion.
Margaret Bogart is the only girl to
win 'fourteen points in baseball tlu
season. She was senior manager and
so recuved.two points in addition to
the ten for being on her class team, and
the two extra points awarded fur to
playrrs on the championship team.
FOR RENT A nice room. $15. Phone
114. A.F.JA. M.
7:30 p. m, Thursday, Oc-'
tober 28. Work in
Third degree. Members
urged to attend. Visiting
I brethren welcome.
Victor Victor, Sec J. F Oliver, W. M.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
men students. Modern house; half block
from West Campus, P blocks from
Broadway, near Y. M. C A- 801 Lo-
eut street. Phone 1321. L-4Slf I
O. 0. F. LODGE NO. 207
Regular meeting Mon
day, November 1 at
7:3a Work in Third
Degree. Twenty four
BOARDERS WANTED at 1203 Pa-1 candidates; all of whom are asked to
quin, very convenient to Agricultural be peent. Visitors always welcome,
campus Phone 1231-green. C-52 Roy Fowler, N. G. K F. Baker, Sec
GROVER THE REFEREE
The officials who have been chosen to
tandle the Oklahoma-Missouri game
are: Jack Crover, referee; E. C. Quigley,
umpire; Ugh Sermon, bead linesman.
CONFLICTING SPURTS CHEAT
GIRL ATHLETES OUT OF POINTS
Baseball points have been awarded to
sixty -eight University girls for playing
on their class squads and teams during
the fall baseball season, which is just
over, ten points were given lor par
Gcipatidn in at least one game al the
interclass series, two points for man
agers three 'points for making class
squads and two extra points for each
members of the champion team.
Four girls, stars in tennis at the same
lime they were out for baseball, will
have to clwose the sport in which they
prefer to have their ten points because
of the W. A. A. rule that a student miy
not make points in both tennis and base
ball during the same season.
i inc lour girts witose versatility makes
this choice necessary are Jane SwofTord,
State of Missouri, Cannty of Boone, ss.: order of the Circuit Court of Boone f
' (County, Missouri, of date October 4,
In the Grcuit Court, October Term, 1920. 1920. that an action has been commenc-
. led against yeu in the Grcuit Court ol
Joseph Ik Grady and Annie Crady, Boone County. Missouri, affecting the
Plaintiffs ! title to the following described lands
against (26333) 'and tenements lying, being and situate
The. unknown heirs consorts, devisees
donees alienees and immediate, mesne,
remote, voluntary and involuntary
grantees oi William BySra deceased,
and of Anderson Woods deceased, and
of Samuel Batie deceased, and of Sam
uel Beatie. deceased, and of Samuel
Beattie deceased, and of James Laugh
Boone Oounty. Missouri, towit: 80
acres the Wet lalf or Hie Southwest
Quarter, and 14 and 11-100 acres the
South part of the West half of the North
west quarter described as follows: Be
ginning at the Southeast corner thereof.
thence North 8.89 chains thence West
20.30 chains to the West line of the
lin deceased, and of Sarah Beattie de-'w't half of said Northwest quarter.
cea-ed, and of Sarah Ann Snoddy de
ceased, and of Sarah A. Snoddy de
ceased, and of Mary C. Beattie deceas
ed, and of Elizabeth J. Beattie deceas
ed, and of Mary E. Beattie deceased,
and of Mary Beattie deceased, and of
William Beattie deceased, and of Wil
liam N. Beattie deceased, and of David
Beattie deceased, and of David F.
Beattie deceased, and of Samuel A.
Mutchmore. deceased, and of Samuel
II. Mutchmore deceased, and of S. A.
Mutchmare deceased, and of Jemima
Dodd deceased, and of Sarah Beattie
Snoddy deceased, and of Margwct
Cave deceased, and of Robert A.
Heath deceased, and of John Robin
son deceased, and of John Robison. de
ceased, and of William M. Rob
inson deceased, and of William M.
Robison deceased, and of L. A. Lips
comb deceased, and of Laura A. Lip
scomb, deceased. The County of Boone,
Thomas C Lipscomb, Jennie M. Mtt
shall and Neal B. Marshall her hus
band, William R. Bants, Anita SI.
Parker, formerly Anita L Banks
Clinton S. Banks Mary R. Kerailck,
formerly Mrs. M. R. Banks Schuerman.
formerly Mary I. Banks William II,
sV-Wrmsn. W. H. Schurrmao. Corne
lia L. MeAiee. and C L. McAIw. De(
Tttr CTATE OF MISSOUBI. to the
thence South 5 cliains to the Southwest
corner thereof, thence South 82 degrees
and 10 minutes "East 20J0 chains to the
beginning, both tracts in Section One
(II; alo fifty-four (54) acres off of
the East side of the Southeast quarter
ofvSection Two (2), except a strip of
ground 20 feet feule off of the East side
thereof reserved for a road; all in Town
ship , Forty-eight (48) of Range Thir
teen '(13); which said action is return
able on the first day of the next regular
term of this court to be held at the
Court House in the city of Columbia,
Boone County, Missouri, on Modai,
JAKUAXY 3, 1921, when and where you
may appear and answer or otherwise de
fend such action; otherwise plaintiffs'
petition pl Kaiken as confessed and
judgment rendered accordingly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS my hand as clerk of the Gr
cuit Court of Ucone County. Missouri,
and the seal of said court. Done at of.
fice in Olombia, Missouri, this 4th day
of Octobar, 192a
(seal) 5- POLLARD, Cldus
N. T. CSnt. Br Mawokie Qcrw,
Alty. for Plffs Deputy.
Last insertion Nov: 6.
liam N. Bronaugh deceased, and
William a. South deceased, and of
Susan D. South-Deceased, and of Susan
-South deceased, and of Squire Ship
ley deceased, and of James W. Ship
ley' deceased, and of Sarah J. Shipley
deceased, and of T. D. Cayton deceas
ed. and of ThoVoas D. Cayton deceas
ed, and of James S. RoscII deceased
nd of John B. Little deceased, John
A.Roscll. J. C Schwabe and Laura
D. Schwabe his wife, J. W. Schwabe,
James W. Schwabe and Maud L.
Schwabe his wife, L. Pate Stephens
L. P. Stephens and Ida B. Stephens
his wife, W. E. Beldetr and Minnie
D. Belden his wire, H. H. Broadbead.
Harry II. Broadhcad and Mary F.
Broadhead his wife, and Elsie- B. Lan
caster, S. F. Conley .and Gertrude B.
Conley, Ids wife, Ella' A. Proctor, Ella
Proctor. Mary II. Slavrson and Etta
J. Batterton, Defendants
THE .STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above named unknown defendants and
to the non resident defendants John
A. Rosell. John A. RoselL It". IL
Broadhead, Harry II. Broadhead, Mary
r. Broadhead, Elsie B. Lancaster,
Mary II. Slawson and Etta J. Batter
You are hereby notified tliat 'by an
order of the Grant Court of Boone
Countr, Missouri, of date October 4,
1920, that an action lias been commenced
against you in the Grcuit Court of
Boone County; Missouri, affecting the
title to the fallowing described lands and
tenemec'a, lying, being and situate in
Boont County, Missouri, towit: Forty
(40) acres the Southwest Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section Thirteen
(13), Township Fifty (50) of Range
Fourteen (14); which said action is re
turnable on the first day of the next
regular term of this court to be held al
the Court House n the city ol Columbia,
Boone County, Missouri, on Movdit,
Jamiabt 3, 1921, when and where yon
may appear and answer or otherwise de
fend such action; otherwise plaintiffs'
Petition will be taken as confessed and
ludgement rendered accordingly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS my hand aa clerk of the Gr
cuit Court of Boone County, Missouri,
and the seal ol said court. Done, at
office in Columbia, Missouri, this 4th
lay of October, 192a
(seal) 1 S. POLLARD, Cuius
". T. Gusiar, By Mawobie Qcrot,
Any. for Plffs Dej Sry.
Last Insertion Nov. 6. I
OBDXB OF ruBLlCAIIO.
Stale of Kiiscuri. County ol Boone a.:
abant uanod uaLuawa ? L & C.&., tn. tlet Term. 192a
to the nonresident defendants .! I r?" .. -i.,.a M.rv Edna Sims
Jennie M. Mamum. , -""; " ---
f T inavntrih.
Neal a Marshall, William R, Banks,
Anita M. Parker, Clinton S. Banks,
Mary R- Kermack, W. II. Schuerman,
Cornelia L. McAfee, C L. McAfee,
and William II. Schuerman, CKEET,
luu ju: hereby notified llurt by an
The unknown, Jieirs, consorts, devisees
doneesillees and immediate, mes
ne, remote voluntary and involuntary
grantees of John Dunlop deceased, and
of JjiacsDunlop dccci.ul, and of Wd-
Notice is hereby (Wenthat letters of
Administration on the Estate of Susan A.
Gabbert deceased, were granted to the
undersigned on the 20th day of Septem
ber 1920, by the Probate Court of Boone
Countr. Missouri. All persons having
ItlilmJ against said Ettata are itquiteH
to exhibit then for aUOMnce to tEe Ad
mirmtrafsr iwitlsin fix iioiUa) after 'trie
date oi slid tetteti, oi tbey utty 4
cliattfrcin ioy beasit U id Estate!
ami if such claims binot ttnlbited with
in one year from lite date of the last in-
senion oi mo puouiiuuu v, w .v,
they shall be forever birred.
This 20th day of September, 1920.
Attest: H. A. Collier,- W.K. Stone
Judge of Probate Administrator
..jgjg?... - .. .. V. . -.
Coach James Phrlan says: I don't
care if there are only three men on the
belt! Saturday, well give the sooners the
bottle of their lives."
The remark was made after Spring-
gale varsity guard, was carried oil the
field at the start of the varsity freshmxn
scrimmage It was just one more addi
tion to the already heavy Tiger sick list.
This is the third time this season that
Springgate has hurt bis knee He was
taken to Parker Memorial Hospital last
night. He probably will be unable to
play for several weeks
Last nights practice the last scrim
mage 'before the Oklahoma game was
held on the Varsity field. The freshnun
were on the offense using the Sooncr's
CROSS-COV. TRY MEET
AT GRISSELL, NOV. 13
The Missouri Valley cross-country'
meet will be held this year at Crinnell,
la. Nov. 13. An effort is being made by
Crinnell to have every college in the
conference represented. The .Missouri
cross-country squad has been working
hard for some time, and Coach Simpson
is making every effort to mold a formid
able team from the men who are out
In the past few years the crosscountry
teams turned out by Missouri have not
been as strongas the school should hare
produced, and the Missouri iach is
anxious to turn out a winner this year.
Washington University announced yes
terday that a team representing the Pike
way institution would be sent to the Iowa
meet. The Washington coach also stat
ed that an attempt would be made to
secure the Missouri Valley track meet
next spring for St. Louis s
tTARD SCHOOL ATHLETES
ARE BUSY THIS FALL
While all eyes are turned on the
Tigers as they go. marching down the
season, there is another football tourna
ment going on, less spectular but in
tensely interesling to the participants It
is the ward scliool athletics of Columbia.,
Lee School claims the championship
to dale and the young captain, Robert
Moore modestly says their goal has
never been crossed for a touchdown.
Located as it is clo-e to the University,
tho school seems to havrJcaught the
fall craie for athletics Mrs Robert I.
Simpson has been engaged to coach the
girl's basketball team and a coach for
the football team has been secured.
Benton School has been less fortunate
in its organization of athletics A basket
ball and a football were delayed in ship
ment and not delivered until recently.
There are several out for football but as
yet no games have been played. A girl's
basketball squad is being organized. E.
L. Edwards is captain of the football
The Jefferson School team practices
on the field of the Columbia High SchooL
Because this field has only recently been
completed the grade sclool team lias
been unable to practice. With a bunch
of Iiuvky youngsters they expect to make
a showing in ward school football when
the team is belter organized. Flojd
White is captain of the team. The school
also has a girl's basketball team.
Orval Turner is captain of the Eugene
Field School eleven. The team was
recently defeated by the Lee Scliool by
score of 18 to 0. This scliool has al-o
been Iiandicappcd because of lack of
Charles Turner is captain of the team
at the Crant ScIkwI. The pupils show
con-idcrable enthusiasm for athletics
The football team was defeated by the
Lee School with a score of 26 to 0. Both
the Grant and Field schools have basket
Football games may be negotiated by
the players themselves bur they must
have the approval of the principal of
each school before they can be played.
The games are usually arranged a day
before they are plaved, in order to re
ceive the, approval of the teachers and
that the parents may be notifieiL
I am ashamed that ward school I
season for University High School:
November 5 State School for
Deaf at Fulton.
November 12 Jefferson Gty at
November 19 CarroDton at Carroll
ton. November 25 Columbia High School
AT THE THEATERS
COLUMBIA, tonight and Saturday:
Fnjd Bennett in "Hairpins" a story of
things in married life not told to the
family next door, will be the attraction
at the Columbia Theater for tonight and
tomorrow. Miss Bennett is supported by
an all-star cast. There will also be a
Pathe News and a Mutt and Jeff comedy
HALL. Tonight and Saturday: Doug
las Fairbanks Comes to the Hall Theater
tonight and tomorrow in "The Mollycod
dle" In this picture, he takes the. part
of an English dude Harold Lloril in
"Capt Kidd's Kids" will be the comedy
Ttto Fire Runs Today.
A flue burned out at the home ol Paul
Liter, 302 Waugh street, at 12:30 o'clock
today. At 3:15 o clock the flue burned
out at the home of C IL Hatfield. 301
.iMie. I,..,,,', ,-.ivl .. augn sireei. mere wa, no damage to
-7". 7. J , "" either house
ment, said W. I. Oliver, city superin-1 .
tendent of schools "We had nlanned lo
organize a regular schedule and provide
coaches for the students but other busi
ness, has been so pressing that we have
been unable to carry out the plans.
P,nK.ut !. ..: ... ...n i. -Li. .-
orl mil b ii,..L.tt epli-Jl- - Au
"It is surprising how carger the stu
dentk are to take part in lhejield games"
laid the principal of the Jefferson
School. "Raised as they are in a Uni
versity town, they have an excellent
knowledge of football. Games are usual
ly held on Saturday. Because of lack
ol facilities a few games have been play
ed at the fairgrounds
'Coaches have not been provided be
cause of a lack of funds Students from
Christian and Slcphftis collejes have
(volunteered to coach the girls in the
schools for credit in practice teaching.
At times in the past men from the Uni
versity have volunteered lo coach the
football team but no such arrangement
has been made for this year. Tempo
rarily at least the only means of provid
ing coaches seems to be by ihis method.
The mothers of the Lee School are
putting a plan into operation that has
had Considerable effett on the athletics
of tliat school. The organization is help
ingto raise .money lo Hear the necessary
expenses and giving every encouragement
possible to the participants in the school
Place your orders now for winter un
derwear. Place your orders now for silk
hose for Christmas delivery. Miss J. Har
ris Room 3, Boone Bldg. Adv.
Do Students in
Ask foolish questions
On Sale today
The Missouri Stores
Phone 1155 if you want a closed car
d. H. S. HAS FOUk MORE
GAMES OX SCHEDULE
The University High School football .
team has shifted its date with the State!
School fof the Deaf al Fulton to No-1
vember5. Jefferson Gtv has been added
to the Irst, giving the team four more
games lor the season. No game is
ncheduled for tills week, but most of
the tcatn will probably be scouting the
game between Columbia High School
and Jefferson Gty on Friday.
The following games will complete ihe
Cords and Fabrics 30 off
Don't fail to see these tires and get what you need for the winter.
CORDS GUARANTEED 8,000 MILES
FABRICS GUARANTEED 6,000 MILES
And we'make all adjustments right here no sending to the factory and
waiting for your tires. A chance to convince yourself of the service of these
Don't put it off come in this weelv. We mean business now and for
CRANE'S TIRE SHOP
Ninth and Walnut
Tonight and Saturday
Also "Capt. Ridd's Kids"
A Harold $oyd Comedy
Story by Harold MacGratn
Six Reels of Fai-banks Humor
Thrills - lave - Speed -Action
DornJ-rhrhrCitsan ordinary '
picture K "Doug"
Super-fied in a United
Missouri's Greatest Homecoming
Thursday, Nov. 25
Ticket applications received, beginning
Allotment by drawing, Nov. 15
Applications Nov. 1-13 Allotments- Nov. 15
Applications for reserved ssat tickets will
be received at Rothwell Gymnasium Nov.
1st to 23th. Application blanks may be
obtained at the gymnasium, Missouri
Store, Co-op, Dru Shop, Virginia Phar
macy, and the Pennant, or by addressing
Z. G. Clevenger, Athletic Director.
Columbia applications need not be ac
companied ly money for tickets. Ouf-of-town
applicants, however, should inclose
self-addressed envelope and 12 cents to
cover cost of registering tickets, together
with price of tickets ordered.'
Reservations will be limited to six
bleacher seats or one box of eight seats for
any one person or organization. There
will be no exception to this rule. Applic
ants asking for more tickets will be allot
ted only six bleacher or eight box scats.
Allotment of tickets to applicants will take
place by drawing Nov. 15. Tickets re
served may, be obtained at the gymnasium
after that date aijd up to Nov. 20. All
tickets not called for by Nov. 20 will be r
placed on sale.
Acthity ticket holders who desire re
setted seats must make .application forfe
iV.im i.w i- .- : . .
.,, " - "Ciiviiy ticket coupons
will count as $2.50 toward reserved or ,
box -eat. Tickets in the rooters section
will 1 allotted only ' to those holdHg
tickets showing they have occupied this tec- i
lion at four other games. Applications for
tickets in this section must be made oi i
special form. All bleacher seats will be .
Bleacher Seats (reserved) $3.00
,With activity ticket coupon $ jjq '
BoxaSeats (resened) ; . .$3.25 '
- With activity ticket coupon . j 50 .
(AdMi:;ion to field included) ' , 1
Make Your Application at Ohfce
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