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bori, Moth cip ure Apply 100 Col
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tdj Mif '
at m Rosemary
i'h. 'inue Wednesday
? Reward. Please
IfliT LjLicr note IkwV between
Of CoDc,.!' a 1 ! Lugineering Building.
ritenfc-ii 1'i.J' 26t. X-fS'
(ODD Or- cult Lnk with initials
B!3rd f c n oitrer can bare same t
Vralhng i. i "HiF. proving propt (
i pjpng f. r tb, , notirc. T-C"
, enn eacli will be
pii-9 of the Columbia
a i of Oaober 3a
sJd for a i
Tna an !
l.o n for treo geartleme:
n- rear the ran"-s
' a'l j alirulars. iMrexs
j . tiu.t;i
m e room in NokcII i
Battg, i'f(H water: steam heal r.
! Jttfc!:: ar ; 4- 4 Phocc 74. N 83
t Scot; c
ie ime front room on1 Regvlar Meeting. eTery Wednesday '3) the center of the Columbia and develop one who knns enough of the
llf room for man ont'-'-O p. m. Acacia Lodge Room, corner ' Fa) ette Road; thence, with the center of game to 11 the berth. The center va-IId-L
from campus and Hitt and Broaday. Vi'itors Welcome, said road; south 70Vi degrees east 3-IL3 caacy is something i.ew for the Pikeway
r-r-t :y. llo s. tth
St, Pirair 6X'i VUytg.
' ORDER OF PUIJLICATION.
Sa!e.of 11 'snrf,
Ljucyof itmne. ) ss. .
Jb lw ".ir ti t Court, in vacation bctqte .
lT,,,fTrj;',-,.!.9:,- . .. j
..- l,M.l.I, I-MiatHt. - - .U.
i ire, ccisorts. ijlvisees.
- ..i, nam dxate mesne
t'vrv -e involuntary
r 'or.t. HBitnlt.tn. d"
i i S Tp. leccsed.
'i "! ..'.-edI of lex
- c' eased, of Ec''.ard
-. 1 of John Lampion,
r i 15. Hudea, de
i T Rainey. deceased.
L forre r'eeeased, of L-on-
i d rased of Cdgar rin-
' , f Jmi L Samuel. Trus-
' ef Ino E. JuBBsn. !e-
"J , i b'ewart, neoaaswL. of j
in Jf . ai of Jrsn. 11. j
e,' o' Tn inland, de-i
' "i Phillips, deceased., of
de, eased, of James C
r ' inti of latne H. Knzkle.
deceased sn ' of ejeh of ihem respect
ive, end !1 persons claiming, or who
nnl-t ehim -t through or under lhera.
eithe, ' ' em. defendants.
F STT, OF MISSDI RL to the
pwOTe named unknown defendants.
are hereby notified that an action
."as been co-n-nrnced against you in the i
CraiS Court of Boone Onnty. Missouri, i
fffeaiag the lit r to the following de
cnbed U'Js and tenements Jving. be-,
Kg and situate n Boone Courlty. Mi'son-!
lit tm . n
ietae i tl
W Feb . I
f iktovrit: A part of Lots Number three I
U '"tared and forty-nine (3491 and three
HI kaaired and C'ty (330). in the original
, I bn, novr cut. cf Columbia. Missouri.
scnhed as follows; Becinnins at a
ifoiat twenty five. (23) feet north of the
""west corner of Let Ntrober 319,
("race r,io 64 feet, theree east to the
ifit of sy of the Wabash railroad,
fence sou linardN along said right-of
? to a p. it 23 feet north of the south
In of lot number 3i9 thence west to
itj point of beginning; which said ar
ta is rerurnable on the first day of the
iteK regular term cf this court to be held
! lie Court House in the Gty of Colum
"j. Boone County. Missouri, on MON
"it, JAM .ii 3, 1921, when and
ipere you may appear and answer or
J -T t 1 .? .tl,V,I,
jKatifrs petition will be taken as con-
a.ic ceirnu sucn aciion. uu.t.i,.ov
and iurtrment rendered according..
A tree cony from the record:
l?n"ES; nj- hjnd as clerk of the Gr-
ttalt Cor-t nt Rooie Coarity, Missouri,
i tie sea' of said court Done at of-
Jw in Columbia. S'lssoi L this lhh day
EAl) R. S. POLLARD. Oeik
l Bv Manorie Quinn. Deputy.
J. E Bigs
iBy. for riff. (Last insertion Dee 14)
OI, RENT Smile room foe rniU
man in pnvaic lanily. All conveniences.
. .able; goodW 1067.Ct 30J , SunTCmC ,
rtK HtM -Desirable rooms for
""c iviiui9 ior mar
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, ,......,,,. i irtiK oaf. J-ooll
FOR JIEN l-Furnished rooms for sec
iJ -:!. 11C4 Paqmn. Phone
372 While pj,,
FOlt RENT Two furnished rooms and
Jpig porch far -.ond -enwsttr. J31"
tloiieirary Lane. Phone- 571 jkj. r g;
I OR RENT Three unfornh".! .;.om
'or light housekeeping In modern home.
"jl! at 1314 Pari Road phone 744.
' '" H-83
GIRLS Roan apd board; hot water
bested huite and 1H water at all times;
bath on each floor. 7J3 Hit: St. Call
any time after 6 p. m, C-83:f
FOU r.EXT Ufg reosi with sooth
md cast window; large bath just across
n" rrrrate beane; no children in house.
" renl bp if taken at once. pp'y
"' ntaaxir Street. . A178.
GIRL WNTED-For liouoework
-king. Loloml giil preferred. Tel
pfaoae I33JlUack. M-3Stf
Cn J ODGF, No. 602, A F S A. .M.
Special eommumcation j
Monday eenirg l)c-cm-
tier 13, at 7 o'clock. 3rd i
II. L. Kempster. W. M. i. in. Lonz. Sec
Thilo C.iilJing. Hut and l!roadway
No. Ul. A. F. S .. M.
I.egular meeting second
and fourth Tucsdajs of
eaeli month. Annus
rlection second Tuesday"1
. ie 'irtiT. Sec J. r. Oliver, W M
N.. ell Did-.
1. O O F. I ODGE NO. 207
7v2Sri? "" Mo
;30. - Members
P&- weed to attend. Vis
I iting brethren welcome.
I!""' fowler. K. G. B. F. Baker. See.
lUISSOURI CHAPTER ORDER OF DE
,Kacr vanice. Scribe. Bcrton au Lee, .vt.
TVJ3ER Or PUBLICATION
State of Missouri.)
County of Botinei )
la the Orcnit Ont,
. Ter t
11II '.J It-rr lme It ItMns. Mat.
, ji. Hdrfck and John W." Harris.
E T.r?.' y i
?ue MeUure, Joiui II. McGure, William ' WITNFij my hand as clerk of thi
V. Mcdure. John F. MeGace, Saflie ""irenil Court of Bstne County, Mls
F. McClare, Came M. Shakelford. ' souri. end the seal ef said court. Done
lames W. McGura, Daisy a!. Greer. "
Gertrude M. McDonald, Fannie M. '
Mattltews, iril McQirilty. Liectz Mc
Quiirv. Blanche L. Palaeer. Montgom
ery MrCuIl-sutri. WiHioin A. Lienlr
and the unknown heins consorts, de
visees, donees, aliesers and immediate,
mesne, remsie, vuliintary and iavol-
nstary grantees of Wiltiea McGure
deveaso!. and of M. P. Lientz, de
ceased, and of Montgomery P- Lientx,
deceased. F. J. McQure and Tlie Co
lumbia Cemetery Association, a corpo
ration. The Trustee of the Town
Smithton and the Gty of Columbia
HE STATE O MISSOURI to ihc
abuse itned unknown defendants, jnd
n..n rcsideni defendants. John 1L Ms.
i lure "Silham . McQbre John I
Mcaure, Sallie F. McGurp, Carrie .l
Shakelford, James W. McOure. I)ais
4L Greer, Ccrtrtidc J'- McDonald
Fannie M. Matthews, Virgil McQnittj.
Lienta McQdtty, Blanche L. Palccr,
.Montgomery McCullough. William A.
lacntz. The Trustees of (he Town of
Smitbton and i. 1. McGure
You are hereby notified thai an action i
has been commenced agaissi jvj in the
Circuit Court ot Uoone Uiunty, atissouri
aJceling the title to the following de
iribcd lands and tenements I) ing. be
ing and situate in the City of Columbia
formerly the Town of Columbia, Mis
souri, and in Boone County, Missouri,
and known as I-ots Nos. 207. 208, 213.
i4 215 216 121.222. 223 and 22J in the
ii labia ' .:cit fli sJd city; which
said actisn is rcturu'jle on the first day
of the ntat regular term of this court
to be fold at the Court House in the
Gtj of Columbia, Boone County, Mis
souri, on MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921,
when and where ou may appear and
answer or otherwise defend such action;
otherwise plaintiffs' peti'ion will be taken
as confessed and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. A true copy from the record:
WITNESSmy Jiand as clerk of tlie
Grcuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, and the seal of said court. Done
at oEce in Colombia Missouri, this 20th
day of November, 1920.
(SeaL) R. & POLLARD. C!cik '
jN. T. Ccntn,
Atty. for PIrTs.
MARJOME QUTNN. Deputy
Last insertion December 19.)
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
lair of Missouri.)
, V f r-"' . L
i n "ie urcuil uouri, n wcaiwm oc-
J lure January Term. 1921. , Vbett p,,,. ,. ,.,
M. M. Tandy nd Grace Tandy, Eicvut ' Tn 1919 Missoun e-t to St. toi- and
1 ria o( the Jut will and testament ol pjared "taiwin n .--iiiria rieid .
1L 1L Tandy, deoeaed. plamuJa. (pj. Hw fart i'-i' ir t- la-t rucocnier
ajainJl tlbllC' rrf, the I5ke" la-: rjnie iu I be-a also
I be tmknawn lieirs. conwrt. dciee. pbsed is St. Li-uu-donees,
alienees or tnuneuiair, ti'sr.c When Miwouu1, oTvuli realised that
cr remote, Vnluntary or inTOlnntary of die srhclulr. thi- aV A r l!kea
Srrateea of Lots Lardise. dfeaecd. rcoptzl to retnrn tlio .1 pimv ' . .nd
of Jotepu itory, deceased, of Charles corns to G-iumMa u ci in aece
Lticaf. c-ceafed, of Abraham Darnel. ' ceil fall they vioald I m m suitable
1 oVuwcd. of Josroh Masee. deceased jirae for Hoinaoia.ni:. due to be oddi'y
of il.'wn M. Cm, deecaeil. and of
1 7-i;v:i Koberts. deceased and th
unbaon cvnson oi Jese Ccphtr. de
ceaseit end of each of tlicci rcspecd'e
Iy. a.i.l all persons claiming, or who
raibt claim bv, through or urder there
or cither of tlm, defenJant.
HIE STATE OF JIISSOLTJ, to the
abore named unknown iefendants,
Vrsti arm ltritiv nr.tititw.l iTt-lt an arltnn
iiss Imn cemmenced agartiet ;ou in the
Lircuil Court of Boone Count), Miauuii
aJcctmg die tide la the following dt
' -H.nUrd lanJs and lencmenis I)ing, bt
1 inj and Hluaie in Bojdc Count), Mir
ouri, ton it:
T lite ucst till of the southeast quai
1 ter of section eight (8), the east part in
die east half of the southwest quartci
said sefion eight (8, that part of tin
west half of the norlheasi q larter o
section eentecn (171 that lies nori
i the center of the Columbia and F.
eite F.oad and the east (art of that pa'
A the eat hsll of the northwest qua
er of said sction seventeen i 171 tlui
lies north of the center of said road al
n township foitynine 1491 North. Rarut
fourteen (It) West of the Fifth Ptii
cipal Meridian, beginning at a point ( 1
in the center of the Columbia and Fa)dtt
".oad. north ftl'.i degrees est 9275. fee
,rom a s'ui?e A in 'h' 'f."? lfl
rad. and in line Hith a division fenoi
taken to be on the north and south sub I
lniion tine cf the northeast quarter o
cid section sesentccn (17: then,
north 0 degrees 15 minutes est 4.7S
feet to a corner fence post (nl, taken foi
he halfwat point between tlie center of
said sectMu "ht and the quarter sec
ion corner ou the east side thereof,
thence north SOU degrees west (Surter
.so. o.vm. , icei o a point lit on ,
the east and wet subdivision line of sai
ion eight (8); thence south 0 d.
grces IS ninnies east 3334 feet to a point;
tcct to a point (41. south 70 degrees I
'east 133E feci to a point (5), south 6T,
, degrees 40 minutes east 73i feet to tlie j
' be flnning. and containing two hundred
and f-vrty seres; which said action is re i
tumable on the first day of the neat rcg i
clar terra of tins court to be held at the
court bouse in the Gty of Columbia
Coooc County, Missouri, on MONDAY.
nay 3pjK4r and answer or oil erwtse
I 'flfend such action; otherwise pcintifs
petition will Ie taken as confess and
ludgrient rctx'-rcd accordingly.
true eopv Inn the -etitrd
at offee in Columbia. Missouri, this 1S:,
dav of November. 193)
ISttd.) R. S POLLARD, Gcrk.
las. E. Bozg.
vttv. for PlH.
(Last insertion December 19)
Slate of Missou'i)
County of Bmotw
In the GTt:ii Couti. in vacation be
ore Janttat) Term, 1921. I
t F. R. Cunnlnghara. plaintiff.
j sgai.nst (264621
i he usknonn consorts, heirs, dcvir-es
doreei alienees, immediate mesne or
remote, voluntary or involuntary gran
lees of Zebulon Wiggin. deceased;
George A. Johnson, deceased;' and of
Etekiel Ilobbs, deceased; and of Gar
land Colnn, deceased; and of Rich
ard Colrin, deceased; and of Martellus
Collin, deceased; and of Joshua Mils,
deceased; and of Joshua Mire, de
clared; and of -Lneinda F. Mils, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mire, de
ceased; and of Savannoli Sapp, de
ceased; and of Sauna Sapp, deceased;
and of William Sapp, de
ceased; and of J. W. Sapp, deceased;
and of Sallie Colvin, deceased; and of
Fannie Colvin, deceased; and Dora
Colrin, deceased; and of Beverly Col
vin, deceased; and of Mary Wells, de
ceased; and of Jessie T. Colvin, de
ceased; and of Caroline M. Colvin,
deceased; and of Nancy C. Colvin,
deceased; Frank Foster, deceased; and
of Thomas Colvin, deceased; Nora
Belle McCarty, deceased; and of
Daniel Louis (or Lewis) McCarty, de
ceased; and of Michael Senior, de
ceased; and each of them respectively,
and all persons tinder whom they claim,
and all persons claiming by, through
or under them or either of them and
Boone County, .Missouri, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above earned unknown defendants,
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced against you in the
Grcuit Court of Boone County, Missouri,
affecting the title to the following de-
J scribed Izsds and tenements lying: beir.it
In the Field of -Spoft
PIKERS JTJAr WSSOim
TO COXCEDE EVERVTll!C
Xahintun Uniersm. uh the a5it-
ancr- of Missouri alumni residing in St.
1 Louis, is cilrem'Iy aimiora to card the
1 Tipers on their net faH chart at the
date winch they nil dilate. Wi nine
ten autloritlt let it be understood, ha.e
1 tt mm tin fiMf rti half was in
sm. "No." thc tad "We vould lose
teo ranch mW-" Yei- af'er 5ear the
Pikeww trejr cenrues to acconni-:
late dolUi n.d more .L,'i-r and hile
rirrVth..j-. A,,,' .t il-tnati..n
t i u. s .i.. .... . .......... i,.. .
uiirj f- iRM. w ."' iU -i '.-.. ,.I3,.ip - ,
attitude. The huge aulted roof of the hall i
Uenn Oi.e, OUa! -wia loaih in !rre far higher tlun the loftiet punts eer
Sooner ttle. the kijd tiiat o won them trasel. The pla)ing surface is Un bark.
so me'ny friirds. offeieil to eoate to Co- Kegulation uniforms, including elested
lumbia for another year. Z. G. Geren- shots, are being uced. The playing field
ger th-reupnn gaw him the best date. has been shortened fiie yards to per-j
that which had been planned upon for' mil sufficient space to catch forward pa
It.mMv.mTn YmmmS,? 1 tnJ ttirntnv ses back of the coal line. The field is
slwut oJcrctl Cooch Eider of Was'uDg
ten. No-rnber 5. But sjul tlie Piters
Here squcamwn. Thev cow claim that reflectors make the entire hall as bnl
they ih to play Northwestern or Cen-liart as a cloudless midda.
tcr or some other "bid" enool on tha . The ghot ball," instead of the ordi
date ami, in turn, demard lliat Cleien- nary colore.1 oval, is being used because
ger eirc trcro the II:h of Nptemher. In t
.t . . .J- .t. t J .L. st;
oiuer worus inr- iiemanu iiur iissoun
mote from her on camping grounds on
the Sth ef November and not return.
An article in the St, Locis Times
states tliat Missouri alumni in St. Iouis
a'e circulating a pztitioa aking Ge.
rrnser to book Washtngtoi in St. I.ouis
next ear. Tlie atticle dors not say
haveser that Missouri's athletic director
has nude eery possible merturn to the
Pjkewa) lea lers, and has not been met
nith even s lukewa-rn reception. Rider
suggests that Mucwu i enme to St, Loui
oi the date he aks and that she give up i
her rlars for Homecoming.
Could an) thing be rore prcjiosterous
Missouri is usually a wnu-r, and Wash
ingron usually a loser, which one, if eith
er, should make the concessions' Cer
tainly not Missouri.
And in another breath the entemris-
ing Washington scribes ask tlvat the narr reign once more, although the two insti
Pikers. be forgotten. tutions had )iatche.l up their dilftrenccs,
, PIKERS .EED A CETIR .
I TO START ZEAS0. I
.AcCiirdins lr sccom from St. L,.u'
,.!,,, i ,,.. tv. ... .trrt
lV whaH .e, mliAa, . ri,.
, , g irl, Mstth-v,, Urown can
five, list scar HaroM Linoert held
the center poiuon and for three y-an
previous to that AI Marquard, a alle
star, look the middle of the cocrt.
Although tne Pikers have been at bard
practice for over two weeks no one liasj
come on who hhow premise to fill thei
piret pos'twa. Sereral mm have tnetl
out for the ber.h bat art har 'v ready
to handle it in varsty -". Acordhsg
to the report tf.e itua'. i ma. V netdled
by tuif'iag BaId T. ,- from for
ward to crater. In ta- 'is is daocf
Wasfircgton would I... t" loncdt' (lie
"tip-on"," e3peeiali) ' i i'.a;m Mis-.
soon, as Ihumser is mri er ttian the)
ereral ran of f ccte.s a.-d - .lfcRJcrabrv
below "Saorry" Williams, 'be Tiger ccn-'
ter. io-utje. " I
For ih; ie-1 of lb: uiutrt the Pikers
are fairly well fixed. Hiiry llu-d, the;
scoiing sers: -on of t!f illey last year, j
"bo netted more Sell goals than ass .
, position. Lianemerer, another Inter j jS
i nun, cas tnr aistln-t ausaciace ur ttte
race for site other for. jui berth. OIlie j
Kraehe, caplam of i.ie team, has ms n
-j are jer- j
md (he po-' !
Owing to It
' sition at guard assu i. rh
! haps a lutlf 'Jorea trym- to lanJ
t siJon as his ramuog mu
B to I
'an injury Ik received drini. the
ball csvi Kriehe Ad not rpjrt for j)
pmcucc uam rcccniir. ,v
TIk. -,iua tikes a .hilv pra-tice, two tl
hours on londa, vsednesd&y and Fn
day and u w hour on tlu- other days.
THRUI'Cll Fill! tOOTRALL
I'litLsctU'tiu, Dec. 10 The football
ind situate ia Boone County, Missouri, j
flie toulh Thirt) (30) acres, of the
southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quar
ter of Section twenty-seven (27); andj
.hree (3) acres, more or less, being all
dial part of the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty four
34), that lies North and East of center
jf the old Nasuvide Road, ahd all ol
the above describtj land in Township
ivttv-siven (47), Range Thirteen (13);
srhich said action icturnablr on the
.irsl iia of the next regular term of this
court to be held at the Court Houe in
the Gty of Columbia, Boone County,
Missouri, on MONDAY. JANUARY 3,
1921, when and where you may appear
and answer or otherwise defend such
action; otherwise plaintiffs petition 'will
be taken as confessed and judgment
K true copy from the record:
"WITNESS my Land as clerk of the
circuit court of Boone County, Missouri.
and the seal of said court Done at
oEice in Columbia. Missouri, this 27th'
day of November, 1920.
(SeaL) R. S. POLLARD. Oerk
W. M. Dinwiddle,
MRJORIE QUINN, Drputy.'
' Last Insertion Dec 27, 1920
season may be officially closed, hut
4 Philadelphia!!, are not through with the
game. While the biz college and ama.
leur folloners of the pigskin hae aoak-1
cd tbeir toga In moth balls, four acore or i
more bt Quaker bo) hae just opened !
a season ol "indoor loolbtlL
Ten tlmu&and enthuMaitie supporters
of the gridiron are witnessing tlic sport
eekl)-. The game? are being plajed in
the eeninj instead of afternoon.
The Second Gty Troop, lVnni)ltania '
Siate Police, wlm for sear, l,s i,l,n
a large part in independent state ath-, sT. CUfC eember 29.
lelic., were the organuers of the new- in- The junior girls of the O.lumbia High I aK l IkImIjj period, from Dc
dnor sport. Manager Joseph P. Maguire, I Sciool defeated the uchman girl. 23 etmhcI " J"0 3. iKe library wUl
formalr end on the illanoa eleven. ' to 10 in the emi finals of the basSetM! I "P" from 8 unl11 6 d3'1)'-
Iks arranged a schedule- that may extend
ttissriiirtliniil ll a wsaMtA Fap Tal Ab
, .i,ur,.u, ..,, ,... a lj. uc, i,i-
mrr Pcnn star, is the roach.
The big new drill hall of the cavalry
MBW.1? "r." e lime piannea to nnja
. me Li'ie.1 hone shows in lhe rt.
- --r -:-.T , , .
'" ''"c fiow " P.
M"1? c hy ,(- troopers for daily
"otkouts and veeU) wnlesis w
' 'ruon elocin
of regulation width. Lighjing effecu are I J
pcrlect. 1'owerlul archlignts with top (
it can be better seen in the artificial
Tlie following account f an Iowa.
mes gridiron war is 'aken from the
"When Coach Jones scheduled loas
game with Northwestern, u be plajrd
Noserrbcr 19, 1921, be "started some
thing" in Iowa, inasmuch as that was the
date selected by Ames JSils only oin
dale fo.- Ioa next seas-i-i. Cnacn Alay
r had wtitten and wired (Zoach Jones
i3l.n-atum that it was a a f "So-
ember 19 or nothing," in substance, and
that the Ames athletic council wau'.I not
cliange the proposed date. Hence, when
Jones cljsed with tile Methodists, no date
was 'left for the annual IIiwk.Farmer
battle, and now bitterness is likely to
caused bv baseball cancellations li--t
OHIO STATE TR4lb'
IOR CALIFORNIA CAME
The Ohio State football champions of
the Rig Ten conference will leave Coluiu-'
bus. Ohio, on December 18 arriving in'
1 asadena, CaL, on December St to play
III,.. tT..:..tt.. .t C..l ?. i' ' -
i . ,
..... wii.w:nj vi uiuoinu eleven, li
nan announced icstcrdar. The clme will
be played on January L Two practice
sessions will be held b the team, while
enronte to the coast. Since the lat Kig
Ten game for this season at Champaign,
I1L, on Noember 20. the Ohio team has
been practicing by electric lights on the
The game between the eastern and '
western champions of football on New
learn tia is considered the hcadliner
S&llJFfT -TM'": ,e"1" - ?erance. liniversuv libramn.
ItoS!" TrniB"'M "'i' ""onrecd that all hooks which
I have been taken from the Imiversit) Lib-
' lllmn r.iarv
series this afternoon. The neat game
,!!! f.- !.... ?.. . a
.in uc ut-iwecn me juniors ana seniors.
to decide the class championship .
HASKETBALL STUXT IS
' ""lrt'" K.iObllS
t """a oi me iizzoj liaucrs
Wcdrcsday right at Rothhcll Gymaas-,
S. - . r .t . .
We ant you to know that J.
M. Alters i now in charge and
wants to meet all the old friends
mIio hang out here as i.ell a make
cme new ones.
So come on. all you loyal Tijcer
supporter, and let's play some
Shouted Leon Lee, former director of the Larry Seraon comedies, as hi
jumped down from his seal after watching Lomhergs get-at.ay in the pri
vate showing of the Thanksgiving film last night.
Wow Stuff Is Right"
That foolhall film is a wiz-a-knock-'em cold from the first flicker. Lee
stated last night that ""professional movie producers would give fortunes Jo,
get as exciting situations as develop "In Tigertown." t
During Air. Lee's employment as chief cutter and assembler of the Hall
mark productions he has seen many films and his decision is a source of much
joy to those who have worked on the picture.
Mr. Lee is recognized as one of the greatest laboratory men in the film
Last night he removed the final traces of amateur workmanship from
tlie four thousand feet of film working personally in the projection room and
doing his own assembling.
"In Tigertown" now challenges comparison with any propaganda film
of similar length. YoU can't afford to miss it.
But remember, it will be shown one
day only in Columbia
Motfday, Dec. 13-Hall Theatre
Matinee and two night performances '-
Tickets are priced at 50 cents only
on sale' at ?
the Palms, The Pennant, Harris' and The CO-OP
1 iam. it was decided tliaf a formal state-
K -i . t r
i meni oi me purposes ana personnel oi
the organizj'.iun be dran up and pre
sented to the Vnirersity Athletic Com
raittee. after having been first passed
upon by the Student CounciL Tim or
conization is now working on a stunt for
the first bakrtball game on January "
MUST RETURN ROOKS DEC. 20
General Library Will be Open 8 to
B rtatl Tit.rlno' 1'nlMrx-s
rary must tie retLrned Ly iionaay, ue-
'e "'"E room in Academic Hall j
kill PlSA it nu lllHlllf..a VV sn.l wssfll
" t-"" - ..w. .."w.. - -w
' 6Pn JS" Janaarr 3. I
- Money Found
Selling our magazines and papers.
Plione oV2 "Kill Call
Klass Com. Co.
The story of a woman who lived for excitement
"The Yellow Typhoon"
Tlie Saturday Evening Post
FRIDxkY AND SATURDAY
A vvork of lavish magnificence and astounding real
ism een for dicse daj of epoch making production. Also
LARRY SEM0N in "THE STAGE HANDS"
To Repair 31. U.'s Walks.
. The board walks on the East Campus
mil be repaired before winter sets in.
ccording to II. F. Major, superintendent
of grounds, these repairs may be made as
early as neat week. Permanent cement
walks wdl not bevIaid on this campus
.?1 .1 l.i.tf.Iinm un,.!, ri. nnw. !
' t an- finished and until it is eertntn
that no more buildings will be budt in
that section of the campus. Then the
'State Legislature will be a-ked to make
an appropriation for that purpose.
Hand-Tooled Calf and
Steer-Hide Leajker Bags
and Purses at
story by Harold MacGrath,
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