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FOR SALE Best .Store wood and
coal Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile,
northeast corner Sinh & Walnut Sis.
Phone 373-BIack. K-102
FOR SALE Wood, cut
ail 1009, E. II. Cciur.
FOR nrfdT r. ,,
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WANTED-Bv couple 2 or 3 room
apartment; or 2 or 3 separate rooms,
one for housekeeping; or -""'1 collate.
Address :.K care of .Missonrian. B-108
FOR RENT-IMce,. Urge unfurnished
room for light housekeeping, in modern
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C1RL WANTED For general house
work, to go to a western ton. Phone
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tires for go-carts and baby carriages.
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FOR RENT Two large corner rooms:
, bardnood 8oors and hot water heal.
k with plenty of hot water. Phone 222 or
call at 907 College avenue. F-102tf
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ond semeater. 1IM Paquin. Phone
GIRLS Room nd board; -hot -water
heated house and twit mm , .11 :...
hath on eaob floor! 715 "Hitt St. Call
any time alter 6 p. m. C-83tf
FOR RENT For girls, one nicely
furnished room. Terms reasonable. 501
Conley amine. Telephone 1317.
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light housekeeping rooms. Call 6ES
white after 5 p. m. ' Y-102
ROOM AND BOARD-For eirl. at
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WASItD-Student warns in wa,1 tnr
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JOK RLN1 ror next semester desir.
able room for men; one-half block from
campus. Craduate students or seniors
preferred. Phone 216-bIack or call at
,1206 vtikon avenue. F-IOt
FOR RENT Desirable rooms at 803
irginia avenue, for quiet student:
Phone 1129 white. L-101
FOR RENT Part of attractive home.
wdl furnished, for housekeeping, to
couple without children during winter
jterm of University, January 1 to April
26. For particulars see Prof. W. C
' Curtis, phone 1171-whiIe. C-IPS
BCMRDERS-Wantod at 1203 Paquin;
very convenient to Agricultural campus.
Phone 1231 green. C-107
WANTED TO BENT A good sued
house on the south side. Anyone hav
ing such a house for rent please call
ACACIA LODGE, No. 602. A. F. & A. M.
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 7:30 p.
m. Viators Welcome.
II. L. Kemnster. W. JL 1. M. ton. S-
iniip Banning, lint and Broadway
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
men students; 5 1-2 blocks northeast of
while campus; warm upstairs rooms, with
loth, hot water and all modem' am.
veniences. Phone 10u9rrecn or call at
1615 Bass Ac X-1M
FOR RENT Rooms for eirla at 19 AI-
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No. 1U, A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings second
snd fourth Tuesdays of
Victor Victor, Sec. E. Hawkins, V. JL
L O. O. F. LODGE NO. 207
Monday, Jan. 3.
Members urged to
Visiting brethren velcome.
Roy Fjwler,Jf.C B. FBaker, Sec.
CORNELL RUNNERS LOSE
TO ENGLISH TEAM
By faked PrrM.
Lotoo-v. Dec 3tt The Oxford-Cambridge
cross-courry team defeated Cor
nell University here this afternoon.
-CHUCK" LEVIS IS
STILL TALKED ABOUT
Sport writers and officials of the Mis
souri Vallnr are still talking about Capt.
C L. ("Chuck") Lewis' great work dur.
Ing the last football season, .although it
Is now more than a month since the sea
son ended; The following account is
from C E. McBride's department in the
Kansas City Star:
"Two writers from Columbia recently
told of 'Chuck Lewis great run against
Oklahoma, citing the play as the most
dazzling of the season. In these column
the run Lewis made against Ames was
riamed among the dazxlers that came un
fer our own observation.
"Now John C Crover, who refereed
the Misouri-Ames game and the Oklaho
ma Missouri game and therefore saw Lew
is in both of his great run scoring plays,
steps to ihe bat with the information
that of the two runs to a touchdown, the
run against Ames was by far the most
"'Lewis run against Ames was the
prettiest individual play I recall from
the 1920 season,' said Mr. Crover. 'It
was purely an individual effort. Lewis
was alone before be rrached the secon
dary defene of the Ames elecen. He
dodged one Ames tackier, and in dodg
ing almost ran squarely into the arms of '
another Iowa Aggie. However, with his
clever hip shift, Lewis succeeded in part-
It ehtdinz this tackier, shaking him off.
As he tore loose Lewis went to his hands
and knees but in the same motion he was
on his feet and under way again. He
dodged another Ames man, stjf-armed
another and finally 'Staggered across the
goal line, dragging with him Polly
Wallace, the great Ames center, who had
overhauled Lewis on theS-yard line, but
couldn't bring him down in time to save
Ihe touchdown. This was a far more
brilliant bit of individual football than
Lewis' run against Oklahoma, although
that was a beautiful bit of work.
"The run, too, had an important bear
ing on the game. Missouri was leading
at the lime, but by a small margin. In
other words Ames was in the game up
to its neck until Lewis made that run.' "
with him cannot be overestimated. How-
more than twelve rounds to finish Moran,
and the' result will be interesting.
Brennan Is a better fighter than Moran,
but only slightly. If it takes Carpentlcr
more than twelve rounds to finish Moran.
Dempsey will look better.
However, it must be considered that
Dempsey was not himself against Bren
nan. He was 'Overtrained and stale and
he was cold for six rounds.
He also showed the lack of work. He
worked his way up to Willard by" steady j
tigming ana men grew rusty by having
only two bouts in seventeen months.
Joe Welling made Benny Leonard step
to beat him and all the lightweights.
who were dodging the champion before,
are now hot after him.
The heavyweights probably will figure
the same way about Dempsey and will
be more willing to get in the rim with
If he gets enough work between now
and Jury 4 next, the tentative date for
the next big defense of his title, Car
pentler will not face the Dempsey that
quartermaster. An ironbound ukase had
gone out that no animals or such were
to go lack to the United States, even if
NOW GRAZES IN TEXAS "E3vttn of b-
lery r. tte navent fought in France
two years for nothing
MISSOURI CHAPTER ORDER OF DE
Has adjourned all meetings until Wed
nesday, January 5, 1921. K. P. Vanice,
Y Shoe Repairing System
I TODAY'S HOTEL GUESTS
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
ft Whereas by their deed of trust dated
Ae 21th day of July 1914, and recorded
;ln mortgage book J25 at page 151 in
the olllce of the recorder of deeds for
Boone County, Missouri, Hugh T. Wil-
liams and Gertrude Williams, his wife,
Conveyed to the undersigned trustee the
following described real estate, lying.
being and situate in the city of Colom
bia, countr of Boone, snd State of Mis
t sourf. to-wit:
f '"Lot number eighty-eight (83) in Con
r ley and Perkins' subdivision of part of
Cdia J. BarkwcII Farm, an Addition to
Jbt Cry of Columbia, Missouri, as per
sVe recorded plat thereof, filed in the
2iice of the recorder of deeds within
'' sod for Boone County, Missouri, and re-
eerded in plat number 2 at pace number
,-- 24, in trust to secure the payment of a
certain promissory note in said deed of
trust fully described, and whereas de-
. fault has been made in the payment of
I Mid promissory note both principal and
mterrt, both principal and interest have
ome due according to the terms of the
' Whereas, I have been requested by the
illegal holder of said note to exercise the
power of sale in me vested by said deed
! Now, therefore, notice is hereby given
, in purscance to the power invested
'Tin me by said deed of trust, and cor
'want to the request of said legal holder
t said promissory note, I will on Fn-
Ihe 31st day ol December, 1920,
ictween the hours of nine o'clock in
forenoon and five o'clock in the af-
on of said day, at the south front
or of the court house. In the city of
Jumbia. county of Boone, and state
: Missouri, sell the above described1 real
ate at public anctior- to the highest
dder, to satisfy said note, interesj and
its of Cleaning this trust.
JAMES W. SCIIWABE,
The guests at the Daniel Boone Tavern
C M. Branson, Jefferson Cty; Francis
Forti, Sangus Mas.; C L. Knowlc,
Kansas Gty; J. IL Barns, Su Louis;
Searcy Gardner, Wet Eminence, Mo.;
A. O. Alexander, Mexico, Mo.; Fred
Fleming, St. Louis; E. L. Martii
Springfield, Mo.; P. Wi. Brandon, Chi
sago, E. R. Hucon, Shreveport, La.
Watson Green, Kansas Gty; Jas. C
Tranlla, St. Louis; Mrs. J A. Rickart
Kansas Gty; M. A. Johnston, Kanas
Gty; I. V. Martin, Kansas Gty; L. M.
Lewis, Ha'lsville; T. P. Newland, Fuln;
IL E. Reid St. Louis; Wilbur Msring.
Columbia; Max. R. Wiley, Joplm; Mr.
and Mrs. Bud C Snyder, Lowrv Gty.
Mo.; IL R. Eabyan, Carthage, Mo.; C
a Child, Carthage, Mo.
The guests at the Athens Hotel were:
Mrs. 11. Moore, Hannibal; Russell T.
Scobee, Paris, Mo.; Joe Briggs, Laddo
nia; Tony Balsamo, St. Louis.
Central Hotel: O. V. Suter, St, Louis:
P. S. Tremaine, Hamburg? W. R. Var-
vei, tlocneport; .Mr. and Airs, timer
AN EVEN CHANCE
Br IlEnir L. Facbox
(Unitel Press Staff Correipondenr.)
New Yobk, Dec...30. When Frank
Moran finished Joe Beckett in two rounds.
fight fandom gave up 'a lot of nice things
it had been thinking about Georges tar.
. He was retarded as a wonder man be.
cause he finisn?Pihe Cuglfih ituiuipiuu
See Bible College. Schedule of Courses
in Display Ad on Page 3 of this issue.
with one punch. But when Moran, who
doesn't rank one to ten m American
heavyweight circles, did the same thing
in a round longer, the experts figured
the Frenchman would be easy for Demp
sey. Then came the Dempsey Brennan fight
and the champion's slock slumped.
The fight folks think now that the
Dempsey-Carpentier affair will be "any
Against Brennan, Dempsey showed
three important things that the critics
were dubious about. In his favor was
the evidence that he could go under hard
pressure for at least twelve rounds and
that he can take a hard punch from
bard hitler. The third, less favorable to
him in doping him with Carpcntier, is
lire fact shown by Brennan that he is
very open and can be reached by a fast
man who will carry the fight to "Vim.
Against Fultcn, Willard and Miske, his
last fights, Dempsey carried the fight
and proved the truth of the German the
ory that n perfect r.ffene needs no de
fense. Dempsey got that trio before
they had a chance to get him.
He evidently figured that Brennan
would cover up and try to last as long
as possible. Instead Brennan fooled him
and dashed out of his corner on the of
fensive. Dempsey was baffled when Bren
nan insisted on carrying the fight to him
and he had to wait his chance.
Carpcntier has a punch and so has
Dempsey, thus strengthening the opinion
exprewed before that the first one who
gets bis "punch across will win the fight.
Joe Beckett is now an admitted sec
ond rater, so Carpentier's quick work
SCtfOtZ TO RUN FOR THE
DETROIT ATHLETIC CLUB
Jackson V. Scholz, who was graduated
from the University last spring, will prob
ably ran under the colors of the Detroit
Athletic Club this winter. Scholx and
Carl Johnson, University of Michigan
sprinter, are now assembling a team for
the D. A. C in which there will be many
varsity stars from the Western Confer
ence. Scholz and Murchison, also a St. Louis
runner, will compete in their first indoor
meet next month in the annual events
of the Melrose Athletic Association and
the Boston Athletic Association. Both
have received invitations and are sched
uled to run in invitation races. Scholz
last year won the short dashes in both
sets of the games.
Ci05 FOOTBALL GAME
EXPECTED FOR SATURDAY
A close game is predicted for New
Year's Day between die Ohio Stale fool
ball team and the University of Califor
nia team at Pasadena. Cal. The Ohio
team'is champion of the "Big Ten" con.
ference while California won the Pa
cific Coast Conference title by 182 points
to- its opponents' 14.
The University of California team has
won its games by large scores, beating
Leland Stanford University 38 to 0 and
Washington State College 49 to 0. They
beat St. Mary's College by a score of
127, which is the largest score ever made
in football on a California field. Their
wonderful record makes the California
team feel confident of victory but the
Ohi) champions are -not discouraged.
Sjey point to ihe fact that Ihe Califor
1 team won its' games on their home
6cld except the game with ihe Oregon
Agricultural College at Corvallis, OrL,
which they won 17 to 7, a much smaller
score than with other teams.
The strength of the California team
may also be judged by the comparison
of their defeat of Washington State Col
lege 49 to 0, while Washington State de
feated the Universitr of Nebraska 21 to
20. Betting odds at present are sBghtly
. i r .l. r l.r i . '
in tavor oi iuc iiiiuim idiu.
"Bom on the battlefield" this is the
soubriquet proudly worn by Mile. Ver
dun, probably tfce most aristocratic
equine in the United States, and only an j
No recruit is -full fledged in the Fif.
leenth Field Artillery, now in Texas,
until be is permitted to groom and oth
erwise doll up this regimental mascot
introducing you to Mile. Verdun, gold
stnper, lrom trance.
She was foaled on April 16. 1918. on
the red rd bloody -lopss of Verdun; jmt I
tour Hours alter tier dam had finished
hauling shells for Bitiery E, Fifteenth
Field Artillery, Second Division, she be
ing a wheel mare in that crackerjack bat
tery of the famous "Indian Head'" Divi
Mile. Verdun first saw the light of day.
or rather nighl, on this fretful globe of
ours at 3 a. bl, when the artillery fire
was at its height. She scorned to die of
flight,"' but thrived, and i few days later
tne battery marcred ten miles and tEe
new-born-mascot with it, under her own
power. Before she was a month old she
had hiked another thirty miles in two
days, and 'not a major offensive did the
Second Division pull off that Mile. Ver
dun was not in the thick of ii. For
good measure she hiked a hundred miles
to the Rhine, keeping watch with the rest
of the Army of Occupation.
"How are we going to get her home?"
asked many a first-class private of the:
vet, and the vet passed the buck to the
Mile. Verdun, mysteriously miasine for
many a aay, bloomed Jortri again at quar
antine on this aide of the Atlantic, too
late to be sent back. There a relentless
veterinary cthcer thrust ber into rmaran.
tine, but now she is free, and queen of
all sbe surveys, at Camp Travis, San An
tonio, Texas, where they are recruiting
the famous Second up to full strength
If Mile. Verdun were the only child of
a millionaire family she could not be
better groomed and manicured, pelted
and fed than she is. To a man the vet
erans of the Fifteenth Artillery down at
lively San Antonio, where the only shell
Fit one hears is the safe and easy prac
tice at the targets under summer suns
in winter, have sworn to make ber lines
fail in the pleasantest possible places.
Lafe Hathman and Son
We wish to notify our friends and cus
tomers we have moved our restaurant
tq 807 Ash St, just east of where we
were. Quick meals and prompt serv
ice. Phone 238-Green.
Suits and Top
Coats Now Being
Made for As Low
Materials are of our choicest pat
Good fit and excellent workman
The Only Ladies Tailor Between
St. Louis and Kansas Gty.
Protect yourself and your fam
ily against sickness and colds by
seeing that they all have a pair
Take a hint from the old saying,
An ounce ol precaution
worth a pound of cure."
On and After
Janaary 1st, 1921
We Will Sell as Before
On Time Payment, if so Desired
ALL RECORDS, SHEET MUSIC, ACCESSORIES
AND SMALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD
FOR CASH ONLY
University Credit CoursesBible College of Missouri
The student will get his Enrollment Card at the Bible CoUegeTtable in the Entrance hall of the Uni
versity Library and have it countersigned by the University Dean, and by the head of the Department
through which the course is credited. .
3w. Fundamental Moral and RrUgious Values. ( Credit for Freshmen only.) An intensive study of the
character of Jesus, together with a consideration of important Christian convictions. (2) Sec. I 8 T. Th.
Sec IL 3 T. Th.
7w Bible as Literature I. The Historic, Epic, and Wisdom materials of the Bible. (2) 10 T. Th.
8w, Bible as Literature II. The Lyric, Prophetic and Apocalyptic material of the Bible. (2) Hours to
The two preceding courses seek a knowledge of the contents, and an appreciation of the beauty, variety,
and power of the Holy Scriptures as works of literary art. ' '
106w. History of the Hebreics. A study of the narrative portions of theOld Testament, and of those
elements of Hebrew racial experience which made this people so significant in the history of later times. (3)
9 T. Th. and 8 S.
113w. The Social Teachings of Jesus. An inductive study of the teachings of Jesus In their bearing
upon social questions with a direct application to the great social problems of our time. (2) Sec. L 8 T.
Th. Sec. IL hours to'tie' arranged. " t '
116. Hebrew Language. (6). Three times per week through two semesters, hours to be arranged.
121w. Comparative Religion. A survey of the development of religion with an examination of the
principal ethnic systems. (2) 2. T. Th.
I22w. Christian Ethics. Ancient and modern ethical ideals compared with the ideals of Jesus. (2)1.
T. Tb. , . - .
159w. Introduction to Religious Education. (Credited in the School of Education.) A study of princi
ples and methods vital in moral and religious training, and of Institutions or promotion of religious educa
tion. (2) Sec I, 4 T. Th.; Sec. W. 10 W. F.
New Testament Greek. Review of Grammar, and twdings in John and Revelation. (3) Hours to be
For.fartberjnformationsee G. P. EDWARDS, Dean.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Her new joy brinqinq picture..
from the Charles Frohman Production
"'OP O ME THUMB"
By Frederick Fennand Richard Pryce
Directed by Jack Dion
PhotcxjraphcdbyChaiRosher. U is unusually swarf and charming
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"Kash and Karry" Is An
other Way of Saying
There is always a marked saving when you
shop with your market-basket and come to this cash
,Why pay for expensive delivery systems when
it is so convenient to "carry your own?"
And then, too, you see exactly what you, are
getting you know you get what you want wltst
you order and you save, save, save every time.
Start the New Year With the
Market-Basket Plan of Buying
Kash and Karry
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