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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920
Half a Cent a Word a Day.
SI&AL ESTATE TOli SALK
S-xtfj-V ndid building lot on T
FtTT. 4 il .
S- mj. IKUUlUKlti .-.l-II
Wanted to rent
ddres P :,-
r'LOST AND FOUNDk,-
..er trti- KIr Vi .ill fclt!f tAT
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f--jBPti na .Man una riace oi
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;&sTOfcH AU-JiW"ra uaiconv. AUi
jjgX-Srf ni 1 -.Un scarf Tucday
loaca. Hall r o cimpu. . tuite
i ljh LJI"" M'. L I
JJ5ST- C-kJcd l)..s n mezzanine
lf g illtni wui4y wiwt-
iblcf P" "" t""',-IiI1 V2irgr i-
TflL'XD Kev ring and kevs in front
I Bid's Donot Shop. Owner may have
a vfjrtfey mows ...3-m. u., jB ,
-!i!. tf.ll ,ml nitvinr for lhi Mil
ll.-ica ", -"- r-J -
KbT Ladys crown nananag con-r
,0a to pins, truii check, cards.)
ua and money. Reward. R. C
fflljptT, Gty Bank, Kanas Gly, Ma.
STRAYED OF STOLEN-White
avlirfW pony. Wind in one eye. with I
mbed main ami bobtwu tan; j lecit
Li Reward offered
fijrara. Phone 1237.
ifljT- Brown overcoat taken by mis-
ic it l'm'verily mixer Thursday night.
J 'Feay Williams at 833.
f iXIED Man who owns light truck !
fkrse and wagon who can inspect!
jj repair signs along the public roads
Bcffig a snort distance out ot 0-
salii We furni-h all necessary ma-1
ed mi pay J 13.00 for each inspection
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
sic ef Missouri,)
Csciy of Boone, )
ht tie Grcuit Court, in vacation lic-
Ict Jiauary Term, 121
'-, . 1
r7, ":'' ',
Itsil M. Harris Jane II. Roger
be U. Hni'lack and John
Si agiins: (261501
StJlcUure. Jolm II. McCInr,-. WifSJa
KMrarie, JcIli F MrCtec Saliiel
r..McauT", Carrie M. Sbakdford. I
Bats W Mcf Jut. Daiy M. Gter.
jfande M. MtDcald. rannie SL
lianhrws Virgil McOu'ury. Lientz Mc-
Ai'':ii T!linTiB T PTi-ri fnritrfitl. '
ier MtCnMct 'u miuiim A- Lirntz.THE
TL.S . .l .. I -. --., .1.. .
Mil HU Uifc. HI llUlr 1-UII9Uti.ST Ul t
A acs and inmicJutc,
viluntary and inrol-
J T t . " ' "f. 7;., icilccting the tide to the follovlng
"S ' p I v r 7 t -T, r" I scribed lands and tenements ljins.
TOttstu, t. i i.atc ami ine -o-..mg. anj s!tasle in j Conatyr Missou-
EEtaa t ncay Asoocialian, a ccrFO-1 . ... ,.,. ..f LnM Nflirbcr three
H. 4C.!S Pt Ule 11ait.Jf n.t fnrtir.nlne 1X11) and thrre
7.., ,. r . rr- t
saizcoa ana ine uiy 01 lAiamwa
r:. r rvi,-,!.:. IV""""-" " "" "."......."' . . "
ybiswun. u . .:o.nts
tfiE SlATi: Or MIssOlRI. to the
ifit nailed unknown deferdants, and
bttsident dciindants John II. Mc
'JSat, iilham V. McGurc John F.
iClcre. Sab'ie F McCitire, Carrie M.
tr. t . t- -.1 .
ar-rs W. McUurc, Daisy iihence southwardlv along saKt rigntoi-; , . . r lh Colnmbla and Fav- fron the freshmen. The second year around New York occupy res of pro-t,
M. Grte- GTimde M. McDonald, j nay to a iwiat 23 feet north ol the south jojj rasJ o, (,ul eln lal ,. junors anj freshmen, las- (.mincner at tlw weekly boxini; shws in !
fctie M. Mattliens irp! McQuItly, line of lot number 319, thence west to t of northwest (raar-'in-; to the 1920 girls. Frcshnieu lost to-j Madison Square Carden, but Dempsey,
Iioa McQuitty, Bbnche L Palmer, thj point of "nins: JJich aid a e . Knalg (j7)- t!ul ' lU thrre uppercla-a learns, Tliey played ( seldom seen there.
Jtoatgcm-ry McCullough, William . tiwi is returnable on the first day ot tne , , road-all i " defrn-ive than offensive game. "I like to watch the bonis, he ex-
Ikm. Tie Tm.lees of .he Town of next regular term of thisjm to be held faS, nw" Wx. "Bot la.e hours and an even-
fed, and F. J. McClure. , at the Court jlou-e in the G y of Colum. " P J"" ASX'S?' JIIItlO.V WOiLffi ing in a 1 amoke-f.llcd room do more harm
:! cmmn,-e,l against n In the'"" J . . Pf" ' ?" ".?" :"
t are iinnv ruiiint-i. in.ti an anion "
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"wag Ihe title to the following de
said lands and tenements lying, be
nt and situate in tlic Gty of Columbia,
saray the Town of Columbia. Mis
Wrl, aad ia Boone County, Missouri,
ajlaonn as Lots Nos. 207. 208, 213, Lnd tIw waj f said court. Done i at of . ,
3kaS,216, 221, 222, 223 and 224 in the
Wa Cemetery in aid dty; which
if action is rrt.inuble on the first day
1 next regular term of this court!
held at tlie Court House in the
C? of Columbia, Boone County, Mis
t oa MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921.
o and where you may appear and
Vej or otherwise defend .uch action:
itrTse plaintiffs' petition will be taken
confessed and judgment rendered ac
togly. tne copy from the record:
it Court of Boone County, Mis
W, and the seal of said court Done
tlce In Columbia. Missouri, this 20lh
f November, 1920.
(Soli; is c nnir inn rt..U
MAFJ0BJE QUINN. Deputy.
,'ut Insertion December 19.)
l,6fcDER OF PUBLICATION.
yl Boone, ) ss.
fewry Term. 1921.
"- P.,BERr.Y, WaintuT.
i t.i.o, "Kim
J uaknovm heirs, consotta, devisees.
JWMes, aLereea or iramediasc rnesaa
'.f remcte , voluntary or involuntary
iWaifea tf I rederick A. Himilton. de-
Lwi4, cf ctnjxxis SkisvK ctectssra,
requiring a few hours of your spate time
, ... ', ""J"' Apply
BOARD AND LODGING
F011 RENT Souihcau room-for tut)
VM!(tir m.n . I., ha... 1 1 ,
' r. -"", in new jiinicra uungaiow
nion3Die. low t Hroadhay
LODGE & uriCLS"
ACACIA LDDCF X to? r I a t
xSsPtTb. njvtl rnnmntAl.- .
r M Ti . --.uwwjutu
J7 fA Alondav w.ini. Art-
O B on . - t , i - i
f lce! S0'"1
i Visiter Telcoaae.
. ,. Kempier. W. SL J. 3s. Lons. Sec
nia, Builds Hiit and Mm
o. ill, A. F. S A. 51.
nrxby nieht, Decern
ber 1. First decree.
Victor ictor. Sec J. F. Oliver, W.
t 0. 0. F. IODCE NO. 207
Monday night. No-
vember 29 mtor I
Roy Fowler, N. C. a F. Baker. Sec
vtiecn.mi -iLim-r. r.
p.i xi.- w . t
Regular Meeting, every Wednesday.
7:30 p. m. Acacia Lodge Room, corner
Hitt and Broadway. Visitors Welcome.
Kaer Vanice, Scribe, Benton M. Lee. M.
Imperial Tailoring Co.
Oeaning, Pressing. Dyeing and
Repairing a specialty. Work call
ed for and delirered promptly.
17A N. 8th St. Phone 843-Whits
of John W. Yeldell, deceased, of Alex
ander Douglass, deceased, of Edward
P. Rogers, deceased, of John Lamptcn,
decead. of Turner R. Haden. de.
ceaed, of Henry T. Rainey. deceased, I
of Felix C. Laforoe, deceased, of Leon '
Idas E..urovrn,(ucrased, n Edgar htn-
lef, deceaej, of Jno"5L Samutl, Trus-
ice, deceased, of W E" Johnon, de-1
cea3CL o w A Strnlttt deceased, r.f
Ambrose Younc deceased, t f Jno. M. t
Sanvae!, deccajieil, of Thoc. Roland, de-'
ccaacd. ot iiiraai raiiiips, ueccaei,
FranJ. Wilcox, deeeaied, ef James C
Orr, i!ecead, and ef Jimes B. Ruckle, .
deceased, and of each of them reeptct-1
ivelr, end all pervito claiming, or wlo
ciiKht claim by. through or lender then,
or either cf them, defendants.
STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
ahove named unknown ddendsats.
"roil are lierebr notied that an action
las been commenced against you is the
Grcuit Court of lVne County, Missouri,
Irandred ard hlty (3jU), in Ihe original ' aouri, to-wit: 'kept from scoring by the remarkable
town, now city, ot Columbia, MiSsjuii, 71,,. r,t balf of l!ic southeast quar-' work of Celwtine Roads senior gcal
described as follows; Betunninfr at ai,cr ol ;(, c-ITit (B), the can part oil tender.
point twenty-live ijaj -cci notui vi '"c;
f-twest comer xA Lot Number 319.'
thence, no.ra 61 feet, thence cat to tlKW(Sl jjr cf ,Ilb nonhfa5t quarter of
ngbt ot v-ay oi ine .vauasu - ' secdoa seveatecn (17) that lies north
w r f:.A. on XlflJil.
'iVTV ht:ihv 1091. whm -and
r . r-...M iitiaAiTii nn itiii.i aw.as.v. - vw.i.-w v. .... . ...... .... i .1 -
- .il. j.n - "
.!..;.. H.trnrt sucn BCIlon: UURini
i.:,:trl rx-iition will be taken as con.
r.i ,nd iudament rendered according-.
Atrue copy from the record:
lrirvrw n hand as clerk ol the ut
:. rnrt of Boone County, lissouri.
Ftee in Columbia, .Missouri, una " J
J5Bbr,1"aH.S. POLLARD. Gcrk
By Marjorie Ouinn, Deputy'.
Atty. for PUT. (Ust insertion Dec H)
ORDER OF PL'BUCNTION'.
State of Missouri)
County of Boone )
In the Grcuit Court, in vacation be
fore January Term, 1921.
r. R. Cunningham, plaintiff.
The unknown consorts, burs, devisee,
donees, alienees, immediate. nesne or
remote, voluntary or Involuntary gran
tees of Zebulon Wiggio, deceased;
George X Johnson, deceased: and of
Erekicl Hobbt, deceased: and ol Car
land Colvin, deceased; and of RJcb
ard Colvin, deceased; and Stittdh.
Colvin, deceased; and of Joshua Mils,
d-ceased; and of Joshua Mi, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. MJs. de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mae, de
ceased; and of Savannoh Sapp, de
ceased; and of Savaca Sapp, deceid;
Md of' Wffliam Sapp. de
ceased; and f J. Vr.SW dNcJ
and of Saffie Colvin. dweawd: andot
J-annie Colvin. deceased; and Dora
Colvin. deceased; and cf Beverly Col
vin. deceased; and of Mary Wdls. de
ceatedf std ofJers! TTColna, de-
ceased? and of Caroline t Ctlrin,
deceased; ind of Nancy C Colvin,
dcceaed; Frank Foster, deceased:; and
of Thomas Colvin, decent J; Nora
Belle ' McCarty, deceased; and of
Daniel Louis (or Lewis) McCaity, Je
ccasej; and of Michael Senior, dc-
....... .i. a i. -r i .? i
.H......w..iw.fc-,i,:,,',luleis ' football and cross country.'
am! .if tn. l:ml. I. it,,
or under them or either" of them and"
Bovnr County. Missouri, defendants.
THE STATE OF .MISSOURI, to the
ab-Ye named unknown defendants,
You are hereby notified that an action
ha been coramwieed against you in ,the
Grcuit Court of Boone County, Missouri,
affecting tho title to the: folloving de
scribed lands and tenements ljing, bclcg
an. I rlfuatA tn TIaab tf..tn f: -..!
"',r wuc -uij, 'i"wu.H
The South, Thittr (30) acre, of the
tof Section Twentr-seven (27): and '
Three (J) acres, more or less, being .11
that part of the .Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Seeiion '
W). that bs North and Ea-t of cr n:er
r .1.. ,t.i v..i..:ii. tj.i j. .11 .
'the abc described land in Tovmdup
rnrtir-n M71 R,. Twlnn m .
forty-seven (4), Range Thirteen (13),
w. i.iv v.u fanning liuiu. il
Missouri, on MONDAY, JANUARY 3,
when and where you may appear
and answer or otherwise defend Mich
action; otherwi-e plaintiff petition will
be taken as rtnfessed and iudemenl '
(rendered accordingl). '
1 . - . 1
1.1 true copy trom the record: '
WITNESS m) hand as clerk of the i
"rt ' Boone Count), Missouri,
'nd lhc "' id " Done at '
racc in uoiumuia, .iisoun, tnu iu.
day ol member, 191
W. M. Dinwiddle,
i Atty. tor pin. ,
Ust Insertion Dec 27. 1920
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Siate of Missouri.)
County of Boone, f
In the Grcuit Court, in vacation be
fore January Term, 192L
JL. M. Tandy and Grace Tandy, Execut
l of the lart will and testament ol
li. rl. Tandy, deceased, plaintiffs.
i , ' , . , .
"f "toomi bora, consort, den.
action is retarnable on tle , '"' . '" . """u .""" "vr ."." j, ,, nn ,,.',., ' - " " "T-" cla,- id M
of the next regular term of thi - u" "-. . c3 J y,i ,,, Vhen hV b,,,. i:, h U wA !
be held at the Curt House in I "twec "'' " praciicai cenam ; -, --- - -.., hc public
of Columbia. Boone County., "...wh.le W.ekher andBrown-, ' f,3:' T "t to w for
doners, alienees or immediate, nH-SlWIttan fnntlKill with tl, ktuiti.nr llr
,.n,t.. .nlitntflttf tr tn.nltint.rw i
""""V .v.m.... . ,...; i
eea of Lnuia Lardoise. dcceaed.
Tn-fit, StnfV JfMuJ ..f rinrlr. .
Lucas deceased, of Abraham Banies. i
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dcctiroL of Jcoeph Magrc, deceased . Tlic learn for the icming si-oaoiitl'i!vi"reacfct'd" 'rhc!mf-it "-of Vucij-I
of Wi'.Uan '!. Citt dxeaaei. and ff'bc composed kr.Hr' of" new 'nilrlcriil,'! Vftth'gisrhlsct fai3po:'i' i.-.li fast e
Trctaan Jiobt-rta, deceased, and the I there being only tro t-ev-s of 1 year's" ties' ihey v,-rnt'r!)e jder tfiat kills
unknown coaaoit of Jesse Cppbcr, de team in kIkwL 1 But i-t so 'iVrnp'O-' Critics afi
ceased, and of each of them rtsjpecrJTe- , ' decking bim over in training have given
ly, and all persons claiming, or who
mir.M claim by, through or under thrm
or ulher of iLem, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the j
above named ccknown defrndints, 4
You ate hereby nolificd that an action I
de-lhis been commenced against you in Uie
be-(Circuit Court of Boone County. Mbsuuri.
aflecUag the title to the following de-
i wribed binds and fer-ements lvinr. bp-
m. f,nif cittiat. tn ttiwkn. fniintv. Mis-
eat half ol the southwest rmarter of I
,ji t--.-.- .:-!., riv ,K.t nsrf of ttketeivi. the seniors a 100 ner cent showinir!
opal Meridian, beginning at a point (1)
.! . .t r .. t t.;. j Vi.
in UaC ItlitCt IM UaC IJiUUlaJsl IUU ):
from a stone (A) in.tbe center of said
nu.u, v,ii v.;. w-fcicCT "cm .4 s iw
road, and in tine with a division fence
taken lo be on the north and south sub
division line of r the nflrtheasi quarter of
said section sevtsnteen (17): thence
north 0 dctrees 13 minutes west 4,780 ,
fwt to B cM0 vM a)ttiLCaot
the halfway" point between the center cf
said Miction eight and the quarter sec
tion corner on tlie eaat side thereof;
thence- north 9 degrees west (Surver
No. 3105) ,2137 feet to a point (2) on
the east and west subdivision line of sail'
J section' eight (8); thence south 0 de-
grees IS minutes east 34t feet to a point
C3) the. centered the "Columbia and
Fayette Road; thence, with the center of
tali road; south 70H degrees east 54L3
feet to a y)oint (4). south 70 degrees
east 133S feet to a point (3). south 65
degrees 40 minutes cast 737 feet to the
beginning, and containing two hundred
and forty acres; which said action Is re
turnable on the first day bf the next reg
ular term of this court to be held St the
court bouse in the Gty of Colombia,
Boone County, Missouri, on MONDAY',
JANUARY 3, 1921 when and wbew you
may appear and answer or otherwise
defend such action; otherwise iJainiiffs'
petition will be taken is confess and
judgment rendered accordingly.
A true copy (rem the record i
WITNESS my hand as cleric of the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, aad the seal of said court. Done
at,oSce a Colombia. Mi.-oori,lli5.1Clh
day of No-icaber. 1920. .
(Seal) R. S. rOLLARD. Clerl.
JaA. E. Boggs,
Atty. fer PHfs. .
(tt;t icscrtloa Beffcitef 19.)
w fhp Trip ' f rff shnt
j.i vus j. visiw si jsst v
BASKETBALL MEX I the city.
r.RTTIXC. I.V FORM
Hating taken the scalp of ihe Jaj'l"on KolhmJ'ield;.
tunning the next attack of the
department apiinst the ancient mala vill
bo in basketball. The inicrest taken in
fnolball ha caused the Valley sport fans
lo forget the indoor pastime but in
another monih'lh: basketball season will
The Missouri, loflrtlial! schedule calls
for the first two gamed with Ames the
first week after the Christmas lioliJajs.
Assistant Coach Craig Ruby has started
his basketeers on their activities, for the
coming season. Missouri follower haw
confidence ia thi Tiger-caplain of two
...seasons, who was cno'en to act as uie,
'!!reci?r .cf .,h.? ld iai3" forc" f,.n,'a.fJ and We, cluilleugra of a rir of first
1"'. b"Lrltall court. Uie manner in
-"""" '" j ....,
, . "I, ,h" bvI'rtba" ",ui!.wn-
'""by 'u' no' a ""y "tlok. The Tiger
I forces without him-tlf and Phil Sc6tt
nnny m, not a roy untiook. ine iicer
j",'" '" ' "' rml "
1 H-onf eicncc forwards will not he so
ng win again tackle lire uetensive end.'
i. . .
,n I"0 "I"I'S VacT f ' ,E,L,r,l or Ior-
warn uowever lie is needed.
-w jr. v...aa ivi alio IUIH0II1 Ull
"?ns ,n adJ'"R to Bond, Ruby has
" Fox late of Polytechnic in Kan -
tJl fill- m.l I'll!. It... ..!..".
" ' , , V . "'""""' Jr"""ser
, " """ " "'",m arc "', accurate
winner, ooui ..i wnoni are lat. accurate
'""" " '" "" ac"" " P"-
T" "rT lrc "lncr P"spis iraiws-i
. . . , . -wv - ,i
" "r" " iucii uie ugcrs
TO SCHEDULE WEEK'S
lnmbia Hieh School bovs are l-,:n;.
to think about basketball. They are try-
Iing to schedule a. week's trip. conis:iag
of a game with a different learn every
l day if possible durine that week. 5si
far only to games liave been scheduled.
one witli Hannibal and one with Chilli-i
icothe. These gam's are both dated for
I The athletics of the school is financed
by the receipts from the games.
tioaru ot tducation uually put
r- innH w V-.J111 - it., i i r r .i-
war nrl thu w .t,.. w- ,. .1,- t
cime In from the games Ba-kclball. f
j - . -. ,.msr j ivhuuvu a j lilt tuviiry i
lendenu ha, been es a rule mors- iNmnLr
1.A..1. .... .l. . .1.. .t -.
tuvufMi .iiciiuancv til ult- K3IOCS litis VCJr
was unusually mod. The lacL of rnn
sreording to W. I. Oliier. the smeiin-:in
.,,!. . 1,,.., nnl. f ,.l:rr.mr' t.s tl. l.rl.l lloU-," rhl,,.
(lit basketball games.
- .L.,i. ...v I.Ht.u,1 IIUW MtlCHU4T
atwui oikio fc J v i the oprcicn that lies tu better lorm now
HOCKEY CHAMPIQXSII1I' r tthaa.n thai Toarth of July a year ago i
Scuior p'tla have" won their -ccoiJ.ihen he won the championship. He has
championship of the jesr in. LmTersiy'ik clear eye and Ihe ruddy tinged skin
v.men"s athletics. Tfcry wai the basc'i-of an'sthlete in perfect condition.
bjll championship and b) beating llic
:..:M i a . .i 1.-.1 . cj,i T. , i
luaivi? "w in iii'- liwavcj uciu tt triiiiC-j
tli(-v 3rr lti-rl:r tiim.!.
vj-;,, ,,, IkiII mo5tiv ;n ,k. Ern ttrou-l, Central Park." he sai'
jun:ors' lenitory, the seniors made a' Then a good brakfat and a res: of -
;nRie gi in ,he last haU. During the'lieurTr sian.I then a long walk. Af:c
.., ,.,. ,!.. ..,. ;.;. ,u. .,l:n, ! l.I. T'.;r. tr. i,,;.;,, ,,.,. ,.r n.
:.! M ...1 t.mM TU. :..nTAK ,e
"..... "--. .. ,-m.-.. ..--i
Tlie finishing of the hockey season
in tames won. The luniors lost to the I
seniors and sophomores, winning on!) j
STADIUM FOR OHIO
Oficials in charge of iIk" campaign to
raise $1,000,000 for a football stadium
at Ohio State University this week were
sending out notices to alumni that the
stadium is assured, as only $73,000 re
mains to be subscribed to the fund. It
in expected that today will find the en-
4n00n' J-ribel. Preliminary
.wiiuuriioii suis win oe i-vtmnicncea
witlun a few days it was Mated. The
new stadium is lslgmd to sat d.3000
DISPLAY OF POWER MAY
The Jav hawker may 6nd solace in the
fact that he was outfought, outplaved and i
finally defeated by a team which not.
only played the best game of the season J
but also showed for the first timo Its!
real power. According to Z. C. Qeven- r'
ger, athletic director. Uie Missouri team
was in better condition for Thursday's
game than ever before in the season.
'The main feature of the game, Sir.
aevenger taid,"was the consistent attack ,
. m: .ut. icam auu ,n ug..,wg j
soirit ol everv olavcr. The united -work .
of the learn was seen in esch play: Not-
team in the Valley conld stand up against
1.. Tt.,... .tt.l. t I
';. " -"-"
nansas was ouipiayea ana ouicnargeo.
Its passing was nearly always broken up
by the alert Tiger. During the third and
fourth quarter tlie Kansas team tried to
come back with forward passing, hoping
to repeat the Nebraska stunt, but it was
Mr. Qevracer said that it will.bt i'm-
rosslble to check un the number 'of the
crowd till next Monday, when al the.
itrjss -t11 t 1ih Hiiintaul ! -T"'
thousand, Mr. Gevcnger said, wodd be
a conservative estimate.
More OIn men were in Columbia yes
ttrdty !ht3-ver fcefcre i-tht-tistcry cf
The crowd that witnessed ihe
game- was the; bif jest that erer jet foot
TITLE OS THE STAGE
Cv Iinnv L. Fauou.
(t nita Prest Stall Correspondent.)
KtK YriHtr Xnv )f. Tm ,!... .1.. r
ncn fighting diampionN Johnny Kilbane. ,,jnCTT ' ihr Presbyterian Church I
his'ene ejpen and crtwlu!e Geveland oc,)r one of """ p,iasCi " wdal
potuicbn, wins the pcuttr "Croix dc ' Kr'ce wt carried on by the nJ.-mlxn
lting." 1 of Dean Talttr Jliller'a Sunday Khnol
He'a'the undipuled ciiampion of all I class ihe majority of whom are I'ni
ocighu and classes at avoiding ring en.i'cfity gills.
f agemenlf. Bcatin; throrgh tlic small I The biggeHt and most recently organ
time circuit' will) a a-iderillc act in ' irnl pife of worklhat is being under
t.hlch he dances sings ard plays a ii ' laken by tho das according to .Mis
in. the feather .weight ehamninn r.f .TiT! n,1 uwarv f tfi k.t,1 or.
I r-- - -a
worm lias m:car for ulfrrj cf Trx Rirk.
. -....,i ui Sirrn ia as ' . ,
u"?.,nLJ!c H'-1r "' ".
' ly believe that be would. lose hit title
f.,' , " . J r , ' U,e S'" Paul
". i ciutij uanrj.
f ,, " ,r. " 1 - k 1
''" .""'"S ani1 his obvious desire to
i do his best evrrv minute. n,le ir,m..
I De Foe with his slashing attack, his
i . , . , :,. , .... W
i itnuru lor laitinc 10 mate weiem dt ine
New York Stale Commission.
I De Foe vas unable to get a fight in
hi- -Iia Ir. tl.. i:.l.II. TT-.. -.l l. L.J
I to minale with liehtweichts and wellfr.
' weiglits. Rickard is having the samel
i . 11 .-
i iroimie in getting tne leaUierweigtaU ol
the hat to go against him.
tne Lat to go against him.
'"lr t-uaney is anotfier good boy.
uugs arouna nere are. comment lie wouia:
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- ""--". - .u, wc e
( anile -v ttl. n. -1 .!. af, ! ..... a.
1 tHl7 4iii 14IHI AUiCIll-Jtlg tiUCi IU
! force the ciiampion into a fight.
Kilbane refuses to make weigh; for
an) one and this may be the one big rea-
ton why he refuses to come to New
York. Jt is becoming an accepted belief
that heTeannot make the weight of his
class under any conditions
A BHICI1T LIGHTS
FOR JACK HEMPSEi'
Br Hemky L. Farhcix
( United Press Stall Correspondents
Nctt Yok. Nov. 27. Jack Derapsev
The!1'4 n nnusual Iteavyweight ciiampion.
forthucces han"t turned his head; tempta-
lu.n liven 9 tatiui ism . .
ft- t,ffKr lu.tr -ulil. i1m ..m- r1i-,tii
- a .... ... v.... ay -"'
mile that won him friends by the legior
lliCs lire same clean-Uving
e same perfect .ondnion thi
atKlce iM the same m-rfect
rtiahhtl'liiin IA hsltrr tlnwn onp ,f "
t.T. 4. !.. .t?? !.:.... ..I .1. .
ii:c xutii iu luu IMSli'lS i tir fMii;t.
Other ihamoroiw fn olher davs sue
- "" ' "."- .e,... ..f...- w,....
found Gaining a tare iviMl t la.k w'ii'1 .
"How do you put in the day?" he was
"ttVil. T iiIm out Mlkftiil IS nrliarL it ml
sf(T ,9mc tclua. .cr,.; I ,l0 a
.. . r.. .. ,1,. I.n,. ,th tl,. nvrw
k '-". ...-. -...
ihe bd!. the rar'icinc balk som- shad
boxing and a few rounds wi:h Bill Ti
Ray Smish-.and some other bo)S -cho
cr.xe around at different time. I mi .
relf In everv lime I cet a change. Il's fl
treat exercise and tirsKlass diversion.
Practically -all the prominent fighters'
Dempsey lias a lot of personality. He
has thatlnppy faculty of meeting poorls
well anil remembering them the second
time. He never "higls-bruw ." He's ac
cessible at all times and hell dig in his
pocket for any cause.
Talk with him for an hour and he will
scarcely ever speak in tlie firl person.
He's no mj'tcr f English but he's gram
AU atii, All Science. Ail Language
hi QNE m,enine.
-,l;rrrrrni arraniements of type and
Wnages. "including Greek, Armenian.
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Chinee-l'honetic, ana ail mourm u.-
A.,n t,nim1r! altn. IVT SCt for Engi-
rini ' Cbemisirv. .kstronomy, JIalhc-
Leetijres. NoitV. Theses, may be rant
bcaalUiilhf and clearly transcribed oa the
Multiplex in condensed type.
Jlonuur paymenu. wo" &" -
, nines: SrachTnes rented.
( jjjJ ntfi .nj. ttng- full informa
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SB East 65th Street New York Gty
S-- Le-uU .Office: ;. 50Z.P5n ,SW
i imtical and lie isn't handicapped with
'a lit tf vuhur pailmce of tbe'jujgl '
It's s hard task to get liici U talk
about any of bis conquests, lie always
refers lo one of his vanquished opponents
"mighty good boy.
GIRLS OF BIBLE CLASS
! CARRY ON INDUSTRIAL
SEWING SCHOOL WORK
Taking care of the children in the
1 ,at arjV T V a Wl J . ,4-4 fc.
rice crmmittee. U the. continuation of
a,e Industrial Scwine School prevlou.ly
carrieJ on Ly 0M 0f Uw church mem
hers. There are, approximately twenty.
little riibi between the are. of 10.
ard IS year, enrolled In thr'di which
i., c .1... .1. r t.
jmeeti every Saturday afternoon for sev.
i rat hours.
'Anvone is eligible to enroll in the
is Dale "We. announced
asked for members In all
school. The girls are taught
one hour, after which they
i l, . i. . .r ...j,i i
-v wi v nv v. ni..nu fi
, We are trying to work up the nroll-
' ment lo forty girls," continued Miss Dale.
fin. nr.mmlrta. :. .nnn:l W th.
ecrelarv each week In earr. on charilr
work in Columbia for that week. Ac
cording to Mis Dale, the committee
.works hand in hand with the Charity
Organization Society of Columbia. The
families on the list furnished the com
murrc ty Ui rganuation arc viMtwi in
mcmber 0f cja iro iave tiiem
gifts of food or clothing.
"The , families are visited ostensibly
to distribute these gifts but the real
motive of the girls is to help them in
wars other than financial." said Miss
The class sent ' out two basket
, Thanksgiving, and is now laving nlans
'for Christmaa 'work.
, KNOW THESTbY THEIR SPATS
Students in School of Commerce Be- j
can to Wear Them Yesterday.
As the engineers may be typified b 1
. flita J,i-l t tti. farm. 1. . .... I
slalk and the journalists by spectaclesTJ I
likewise, the commerce student nay bejl
t rccocnjrd Ly In j pray snats.
' 'ctcrday is Ihe Urn time tic gray
'Ps 'me appeared on the jlreet.. If
y, " p. l'a an1 ! to know-
vh) ti srr ixing worn, remember tn- ,
S-bnol of Commerce, and tliat the frl
. . t
m win spons in gra)-spais is a junwrj
H miOr of M'Jl ChOoI. "
bis"" jaw . -- " .- aw i '
: " " -.f . ,,
" . THE :".
iff w - ZIIZI .
! . I
Mr. F. C.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST MUSICAL
COMEDY STAR IN
THE.MUSICVL COMEDY HIT OF NEW YORK,
CHICAGO AND BOSTON.
GREAT NEW YORK CAST. 100 PER
PERfECT BEAUTY CHORUS.
Prices: . ,
$2.50, $2, $1.50, $1, 50c
SEAT SALE WEDNESDAY DEC. 1ST 9 A. M.
Home of Herman's
I TTHE gap between so-
lcalkd "stylish" shoe
shapes and the graceful,
I real shapeliness of Herman's
U. S. Army Shoe is purely
imaginary. It doesn't exist.
Put a creeerly-Brtlnz Herman
Shoe onto your foot. Note how
the famous Munsco shape sup
ports it yet gives freedom to the
aOc parts then say If you can
cB,vach shoe anything but
now with the supreme eorafctt of
MaMOn-saapec) snees (their offi.
dal semce footwear) choose Her.
Btsas aftdes for their dvillaa wear.
You snsar your feet. If theVre
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