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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922
, t TVord a Day. Six Insertions for 5c a Word.
In the Field of Sport
BI.UES WILL PLAY WILTON ,
nt'et hour- for sale at 00 Rich . HOARD AND ROOJI
.r-r Melbourne an.l Richard-
. . r n.. in i rlmnfrp in nlani
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" , i. irL S x fruit tree. $j00... , ... , . ...
ta mw .. ... .., """" " '" "" " K".
"T' 1 rooms reception hall KOOXl AND BOARD-For two hoy,,
,h; room. NeIy painted, new eheap. rvevr modern
r In eicellcnt condition throughout. !
?tE. Entire lot 6714167. Several'
BOARD AND ROOM For
-i t;, ,o
once, t -"""
-I MEALS-.Mra. E. I- Slieley, 716
cirr11inilnie nark oak dm- Maryland avenue, is trrvine meals, nom-
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room set, $8.t'. i-iionc iuju. "-"ien ana men students '-lW per week.
L : .(Phone 1196-red. S10-22
rrjlLE-Oliitr t)pentr in B.K.d ;
JmuJ Call U Virainia. ,
FOR SALtl-,JB': icinscw., v-.M
IOWA AT NEW
HAVEN. OGT. 14
Thirteen Inlersectional Con
tests Promise Interesting
Schedule for Foot
CENTRE PLAYS HARVARD
WANTED Salesman with car. Cord
rug, tires at prices beiow competitors. $100.00
w tA-irle stand and haslet, and 'and expenses. Hydro-Vulcan Tire Com-
WJvr 1 Jrnrjs. porch settee and porch pany, 1101 S. Michigan aenue, Chicago,
r nfc-.n, 379creen. 411 Hitt St. Illinois.
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CORN CUTTER Wantnl to rut corn
"mR 5"lLE 1 Oakland 6-cj!inder,by the bliock. See me at Spencer's Rock
real Co"l condition. F. II. Ho- Quarrj after 5 p. m. or write H. I'ea,
E3 CwW 213 K
"rooms for rent
IWlf C. I), Clumhia.
rnn RENT To
, in new nwlern home; 'iudrnt or
'm' . n....i :r .l:..l lint
IMKIIU 11 lic-inu. "",
WA.N'f ED A onun to cook for thirt)
people. Effie Craham, 1002 Uniteritv
j StA 6th, phone 2028.
WANTED Papering to do;
ork at 30c a roll. Telephone
rnn RENT One single room and
j-k double rooms for men. 12178 LOST Black coat
-Ju rairgrounus ounuar.
OST AND FOUND
'Knight, 609 Rollins.
and tan hat
" .v.d orVTTo lvs: two very desir-i
ruu -- -- --. - . - .
lie rooms, hardwood floors, hot water i LOST Purple silk umbrella, brown
W nhone 222. 907 College ave. 301lf handle and strap. Phone 55. M-19
" FOR KENT 2 desirable room in
Vi, brick anartment, preferable to.
'& "Will give breakfast. 1403 Wal-
Jat, Phone 598 Black. W8tf
FOR KENT A large front room for
,, Ah. New furniture. 403. College
t pkne 1148-Red.
FOR RENT Rooms for hoys or room
oJ board for boys, 717 Mo. Ae or
oS 761 red and ask for .Mrs. Baker. C6tf
FOR RENT Caragc. Phone 7H
FOR RENT To man student, one
lalf room with upjierclaman. Phone
TH Red. F19 tf
FOR RENT Large, well furnished
wans for couples or men; cloe in. 201
Crfleie, Phone 1830-White. 11.19-tf.
FOR KENT One nicel furni-hed
rooa 115 South 6tli, one block from Lni
imity. Phone 1531 White. W19 2I
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms. Call 761 red and call for Mrs.
R00JIS FOR RENT Two rooms in
fA condition cloe to High School.
5hone 966 White. 3tf
FOR P.ENT Nice room for young
ruo across from Unhersity. Phone
1CS. 411 S. 6th St. E5t
WANTED-Cirl room mate, V; block
from UnheiVtly. Phone 1010 White af
ter 6:30 P. M. B2t
WANTED A fir-t-cla milk cow for
cah or will take in exchange for beef
cow and calf. Sipes, 514 Ann, phone
1512 Creen. S19-tf
WANTED First-cla honk keeper,
full lime. Apply Standard Mercanlil"
Co, 803 Walnut. S19 21
WANTED TO exchange four good
Icreford cows, for span of work mules.
not oicr four 5 ears old, Jack Burks,
iuntsdale. Mo. B-31
Typewriters cleaned and repaired,
machines called for and delicred. Phone
1819 green. 16 21
WANTED Dresmaking. experienced,
satisfaction guaranteed. Call 1393 green.
No. 602. A. F. & A. M.
Stated Communication Tues
day, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p. m.
FOR RENT Rooms for bos er)
Wj reasonably priced. Phone 767
FOR RENT-Rooms for boys. Very
laaJj; reasonably priced. Phone 767
ni . K310tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
Mr University in nearly new- modem
loose. Call 931 White or see them at
SI! S. Williams. N18-tf
FOR RENT-Room for boys. 717 .Mo
ire. or call 761-Red. 2if
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
noai or room and board for man and
&. Phone 761-red. Charlton. 717
Mnsonri Ave. Itf.
FOR RENT-Room and board for
JM nd wife. 717 Mo. Ave, or phone
'" i C-6-tf.
FOR RENT One room and board.
S1 Locust St, $7.00 per week. 2-5tf
.FOR RLNT-At Pemberton Hall,
J"t coss the street from main entrance
Uiwsity. One double, one single
FORRLYT-Two furnished rooms,
m housekeeping or boJS. One and
CBe-hTf M.t.. t -.1 .
- ".m num rei campus, luo
So. 61I1. PU m..i. -.t
- .wuc -uiacit. 111
FOR RENT IWr-iM.. f,;.i,.i
Ptiaert, 3 or 4 rooms on second floor.
aer and gas in kitchen. 205 College
phone 491. i.io.f
" KtuMThree-room apartment
Jonnaoa Bros. Grocery. 9 N. 8th
. imoediate possession. Phone 1914.
' KENT-Piano, Emerson. Call
ter sa o'clock Phone 1039-Whitr.
. 2 If
tJ! ,RtJ,"r Attractive apartment.
i or "nfumished. Phone 578
"V 103- or night phone 451 black.
S REXT-Apanment in West-
7: rx"ns' '"'I'i cI't, Iiall, porch
" garden. Very desirable loca-
?! tmt reasonable. Call 1117 after
J0R RENTFor ,;, housAi
ORDER of DE MOLAY
Regular meeting every
Monda) 7:30 P. M. in the
Acacia Masonic Hall, corner
Hitt and Broadway.
Keith G. Schmhly. M. C
Benton M. Lee. Scribe.
LAWN MOWER GRINDING
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. AH Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTHUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-Red 100 Dorsey St.
W. B. PALMER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone 246-Rcd Room 301
W. J. PALMER
Wallpaper and Decorating.
Call 866 Virginia Bldg.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Bct Central Illinois Coal.
Call 478 or 88 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin County Coal.
Sport From the Sideline
Pancho Villa, fighting champion of the.
Philippines, won the flyweight title of
America by knocking out Johnnie Buff,
former title holder, in the eleventh ses
sion of a scheduled fifteen-round bout at
Ehhetts Field, Brooklyn, Fridav night.
St. Louis may not be able to hit off the
World senes title this year but as for
leading dug-hampion--lh3l's another
matter. Horn-by, Cardinal ace, and Si
ler, the Brownies first baseman continue
to maintain their lead- as the leading base
earner, by substantia majorities. Ken
William-, Brownie outfielder, holds first
honors in both club- for four sack totals,
numbering 37 to dale.
New book on football 'Order Number
CIIAl'CU! VS. COLF
Ye Plowman Homeward wjende ve
As ye young golfers teed je balls
Ye specdvnge golf ball struck plow
nun's hoarid heade
And leave the worlde to darkness
and to me.
rooms, completely' fur-1
l suitable for man and wife,
(dw -. ,
i-. . inuimi . .t
J life ra"n'
We-t Point is saturated with gloom
over the recent decision of the Academic
Board which removed French, star half-
Phone 1817- "" s'0V4inK firebrand of the Navy
-, :anu raie games lau year, irom me rosier
ry.p - ti &"u MKiicu.11. rieni.iii.uuiu piuj ioui-
iu "FJS'T An elegant suite of 1 ball, but oh. the English and the matlie-
on f'rl floor. Newly decorated matics!
Princelon Is Out for Revenge in
Game With Chicago
Aid rich's Loss
STANDING OF CLUBS
"Brother against brother applies to
football as well as to the Civil War.
When Yale and Iowa get into action in
the Yale Bowl at New Haven, October 14,
it will be the fir-t time on record that
family ties have been broken from the role
of rival coaching departments. Tad Jones
of Yale is the brother of Howard Jones
one of the Iowa coaches.
Although the Eli -econdary defense
line has lost .Malcolm Aldrich. one of the
"21 member", Yale is exptcted to feature
a slashing offense against the last year's
Middle West Conference champions.
Iowa won the premier honors last vear
and rounded out the season under Captain
Devine by winning from Notre Dame, 10
to 7. The two Devine brother", Belding
and Duke Slater, the -en-ational negro
tackle, retired from the Iowa team la-t
The Yale-Iowa game is one of thirteen
ipter&ectional contest- on the 1922 grid
schedule. East and West are inter
mingled in lamentable confusion as the
One of the headliners on the program
will be the tilt between Princeton and
Chicago at Chicago, October 28. The
Chicago team won from the Eastern Ti
gers at Palmer Stadium la-t year, and al-
thmirrlt I'tinrotnn i ininn. l.imtl K. wL "
and Lnurie, Bill Roper is grooming his
men for revenge.
Club Won Lo-t Pet. behind
New York 88 56 .611 ....
St. Louis 87 58 .607 Hi
Detroit 78 69 .527 12
Chicago 73 72 .503 15.
Cleveland 71 73 .493 17
Washington 63 78 .447 23i
Philadelphia 59 83 .415 28
ISo.-ton 57 86 .399 301-i
Club Won Lost I'll, behind
New Y.wk B6 5'. .610 ....
Pittsburgh 81 62 .566 6
St. Louis 79 63 .TO 8
Cmcinnatai 77 66 538 10
Chicag 75 66 .532 11
Brooklvn 60 73 .136 15
Philadelphia 51 88 .362 31
Boston 48 91 .343 37
YANKS WIN FINAL GAME
FROM DROWNS. 3 TO 2
St. Louis Unable to Stop Ninth
Inning Rally Both Pitchers
In Great Form.
The St. Louis Browns are trailing the
New York Yanks by one and one-half
games todav bv virtue of the defeat
handed them je-tcrday h) New York.
The final score was 3 to 2.
The Browns led until the eighth by a
2-0 score, Davis pitching air-ligl.t lull
He was relieved in the ninth by Praett,
who after giving a ba-e on balls, gave
way to Shocker. The Brown"-, premier
hurler did not stop the Yank rally, al
lowing Witt to single with the ba-e-loaded.
McMillan and Scott scored the
M. U. WOMEN PLAY BASEBALL
Class Games to Be in October
Choose Squads in 2 Weeks.
Women's athletics have started with
100 girls 'igaing up fur ba-chal. Prac
tice has started and will continue lor
reveral ee-k. Squad- of iwenty each
will he picked in about two week-. The
Ihe Army-Kansas game, the Nebraska- ciass m arc , l,e ,,ia, rf ;n Oct
Syracuse game, the Notre Dame-Army )
The following schedule has been ar-
match and the Washington and Jefferson
game with Detroit Univer-ity complete
the scheduled games of the sections.
Charlie Moran's Centre College "Pray
ing Colonel- who are minus the driving
power of "Bo McMillan, will give Har
vard a chance to regain her laurels al
Cambridge, October 21. The Centre team
is captained by "Red" Roberts this year.
Georgia Teoli. the ttxim from Atlanta,
will engage the Navy at Annapolis.
One of the best West-South games is
promised when Notre Dame and Georgia
Tech meet on October 23. Other inter
esting contenders from the far corners arc
F'oridj, North Carolina and Tennesse.
The complete schedule of inter-ection-
al game-, follows:
October 7 Kansas at We-t Point;
North Carolina at Yale.
October 14 Iowa at Yale.
October 21 Centre at Harvard; Geor
gia Tech at Annapolis.
October 28 Notre Dame at Georgia
Tech; Princeton at Chicago.
November 4 Florida at Harvard; Nei-
bra-ka at Syracu-e.
November 7 Louisiana State vs Rut
gers at Polo Grounds New York.
November II Notre Dame at West
Point; McCill. Canada, at Syracuse.
November 25 Washington and Jeffer
son at Detroit.
Is Professor at Albany College.
Miss Elizabeth Monroe, A. B, B. S
in Ed. '14 A. M. "16, i now- professor of
biology in Palmer College, at Albany,
Mo. Albany College is a junior college
offering courses to pre-medics and engi
neering students, as well as to Arts and
Is the highest quality oleo
margarine sweet, clean,
wholesome, yellow as gold,
tastes like dreamery but
ter, and is the best substi
tute for butter on the mar
ket. 35c per lb., 2 lbs. for
65c. Try some. You will
ranged: Seniors v. Junior". 3-4 p. m.
Monday and Wedne-day; Sophomores
4-5 p. m. Monday and Wednesday;
Fre-hmen, 3-6 p. m. Tue-day and Thurs
day. Special practice will be held on Sat
WORLD SERIES OPENS OCT. 4
Despite Muddy Field the Tiger
Squad Goes Through
Daily Workout Under
SCRIMMAGE THIS WEEK
Former Missouri Stars Say Ma
terial Has Not Looked
so Promising for
It takes more than a little wet weather
lo elampen the Tiger's spirit. Dripping
water, -lo-hing around on a muddy
field, the Tiger squad wilh Coaches
Kelly and Garrity in charge, went
through a long practice ye-lerday after-noon.
Under ihe tutelage of the veteran line
mentor and his backfield associate, the
varsity material is being schooled daily
in all the rudimentary tactics of t!i--
;ame. Yesterday's practice saw the fu
ture Tigers taking their first workout.
of the season on the charging machine J
and tackling dummy. Although tirac-'
ice previous to yesterday has consisted
mainly of light signal drill anil Condi-1
Honing work, several ol the new men
have already given promi-c that they
will be -trong contenders for lierths in
ihe annual try-out bailie wilh the fresh
men on Septemlur 30.
The first scrimmage between the var
sity and the yearlings probably will be
held the latter part of the week. In the
meantime the var-ily will be pushed to
he limit in an effort to find, among the
sixty aspirants, the eleven which will
open the conference sea-on.
That Missouri's pre-sea-on prospects
ck good, is the opinion voiced by P.
T. Graves and Pat Springate. both for
mer .Mis-oun letlermen, Ihe former a
tackle on Ihe 1910 eleven and the latter
j. guard on the 1919 and 1920 teams.
Both expressed the opinion that it was
the largest number of men and the mo-l
promising material they had seen out
for football on Rollins Field in many
Negro Team Has Won Twenty-Six
of Thirty-Three Games.
Although the Columbia Blues dropped
their last contest to a local nine last Sun
day, the Blues have a rceord lo be proud
of, having won twenty-six games out of
Tk. Rl..a. ..Ill I t ;l-tl
iic utuH mm iwte a jormiuauie op-j
ponent this week-end in Ihe Wilton All-
.Manager Scott will probably u-e Viv
en, the speedy southpaw, on the mound.
but Morrison may be given a chance.
.Miss Trellis to Wed C. F. Hall.
A marriage license was issued today
to Clarence Franklin Hall, 23 years old.
who lives near Columbia, and Miss Erma
Trellis, 17 years old, of Columbia.
Where the waffles are
crisp and brown.
15 South 9th
Miss King Directs Girl Reserves.
Miss Margaret King, a graduate of the
University last spring has been chosen
director of Cirl Reserve work at the Y.
W. C A. at Springfield, Mo.
St. Louis Will Have Three Games If
Browns Win Pennant.
Irrespective of who wins the Ameri-j
can League pennant, the first game of
the World Series will be held in New
York, October 4. That much was de
cided at a meeting of National and 1
American league repre-entatives in New
York City ye-terday. The date and
place were -et because the represent
alives gave the New York Giants the
best chance to win the National League
If the Yanks finally win out, the sev-J
en-game series will tie played on trie j
Polo Crounds. Should the Browns win,
the first two games would be played in
New York. October 6 would Ik: a day
of travel. Three games would then he
played on the St. Louis field.
Coal Will Be Scarce This
Best Boone County Coal
For Less Money
Richards Coal Co.
Phone 418 B. 903 Ash St.
M. Pike Lawler, Masseur
Office hours: 8-10 a. m.
1-2 p. m.
Evenings by appointment
Office Phone 20G5
Res. Phone 2010
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21
One Night Only
Entire Balcony Reserved For Colored
HllDlf firi1 rjfc lv&i''viZi.
All shoes arc easily
Everubodij knot's the qualify
Compare the quantity
Liquid, and Putei for
Whit. BUck. Tan. Brown
Dd Ox-Blood Shoes.
r r sum cotvun u.
I II I --lflfl
Lower floor $1.50 and $1.00; Balcony $1.00; Gallery unreserved,
50c Prices do not include tax. Seats on sale Wednesday,
September 20, 9 a. m.
For College Men
$2 to $4
Step Into Our Store. Pick Up One Of
These Collar-Attached Shirts. Scru
tinize It Carefully. You Will Observe
That It Is Form-Fitting. The Collar
Has Individual Lines Ambassador
Shirt Patterns Are Distinctive The
Kind That Look Right On The Cam
pus. There Are No Shirts Made Which
Are Made Like Ambassadors, Except
The Costliest Custom Shirts.
3 Year Palmer Graduate
516-18-20 Guitar Bldg.
Office Phone Res. Phone
Office Hours: 9-12 & 2-6
Moving Packing Storage
470 TRANSFER CO.
Office: Opposite, Wabash Sta.
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
Wall Paper, Painting,
Old Floors made new.
Phone 1691 White
1215 E. Broadway
C. A. JOHNSON
. Cleaning, Pressing,
First Class Altering and
Tailoring that is
Whittle Bldg. 911 Bwdy
Auto Radiator Repair
All work guaranteed.
In Cook Bros. Garage,
on North Seventh
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