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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1922
Cent a Word a Day.
Six Insertions for 5c a
In the Field of Sport
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I FOK RLNT Attracinc apartment.
i Furni-bwl or unfurnished. 1'Ihiii 578
" I lii r,!ii.-l nr nirlit ntmro 4 'it Mirk.
JT..ial.Mi-.i: 'Ui '
building rr-lr.rti,.!..; water, t
' . t....rr in anil paid, paved .
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a, raiin. Kdgr..l a,-"ur- ""' I
r7T7Tll 1 A HOME-At 1W0
A . Mnu.timf .-mil Birh- two beautiful rooms, cnmnlclelv
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rOI! BLNT Apartment in West
wood; 4 room, bath, closely Iiall, porch
a'ml tmall garden. Very desirable loca
tion; rent reasonable. Call 1117 after
6 p. m. C7lf
FOK KENT For
Irrn - nished mot suitable for man an J wife.
tlinn t'ltn. 1 RA7.
libit. In evcemm nmi "- -; - ---
ITU In lfiT'- Fruit trees ail white. ill.
" ' ti.., I . i4 iirireti to
pcL If 5J "a
I""?" '. i- ......11. i romlitioii. Large rmiet resident
jj, ,rr,.. im ... - - '"" FOK KENT-To bo)s one large front
owner ha- other plan-. man
s3 . i-i-... tile n.iini! . - . ...
down, i.duii i room on third floor; also one-half room.
nt a bargain 11 win i ApmMkfr. fr,. ui,;. r,mni. l'I....e
1791 Bed. 1120-26
i investigate tin-.
tfjifSA! E-Lrrge refrigerator, couch.
. ..,. niattrcses. srrings, rug.
Lnitn, bicjele -land and basket, and
.... .....-1i ct'rf and TMircri
lamp". ! " - - --
379 green. 411 mil "-B-300lf.
FOK KENT Two newly furni-hed
roim. Ixd room and -itting room. S33.00
a monlh. One block fiom Stephens Col.
lege. Phone 20K). 1.23 23
BOAUD AM) KOOM
fOK SUX Masncil car, al-o 2 ga-
1ZJI r- iroawa) ..
ijm for rent.
JOK SU-E-Cider at
tflird. thing container
.rfm.-C W. IkenWrrj.
KOOM AM) BOARD For two boy.,
cheap. New modern hou-c, 1602 Cau
thorn Street. 3tf
rOU SVI.E-1 Oalland
onnt car. OOOU ennum.
Imcbt Garage, 213 X.
f. ii. Ho
BOAKD AND ROO.M-For girls;
20 26 board for both boys and girls. 1104
J-QU SLE One folding iron b-d
cJ mattress S.w. " "-"
- p:in;- and rnattrc--. S25: refrig-
" ti-.nn- ,i,W.ard at $12.00. Call
WANTED Experienced aleslady.
Apply Monday at Taylors .Mu-ic Co.
WANTED Salesman with car. Cord
tires at prices berow competitor. $100.00
and epc;ie. Iijdro-Vulcan Tire Com-
- c.,r m sio.1 .,n.l SlO rv- llul s- Jl'Chigan aenue, Uncago,
us .ii..--'"-" ..:. iittn..;.
.., ,.,,,, i i . i ;, ir WANTED Papcnn
FOP. SLE Full bhwdiil white ler-I "
u" - r.. ,., m, , ... ..-.work at 30c a roll.
... cm l-ltnne JXIUJ. l-
San ui- v CITITIT.nV U'.VTOI.
- r J 04AUkAU.l MAtlil.
to Aq good
ROOMS FOR KENT
VNTE1) Stenographic work. Phone
! r.. .. l - o-t r o . . in
i t , 1 It). -lfiiii;idili. 1 dl oil iii'ill o to .u d.
i m. and I to 5 p. m.
Work called for.
LOST AND FOUND
mi: HDXT One single
r, fnr Lns. aero-- from the campu
501 5. 6th or phone 182. M2t-29 .
FOK KENT One lull room to t,-,:
nctlr furni-hed. "08 Maryland place. LOST lirown leather hand bag con
1123. l'hnrc 692 Klack. M2I29' taining J2J.00. I-l Saturday nigh'
. ' tln-twtn ?ha-h -tation and IJroadway.
FOR .'IE.VI-8 room m..dern liou-e. , Iji.rai r,.Mar, fr rclur ( Miurin
ftae 1117, 117 Vle-two.l e. f.22lf '
FOR RENT One single room and
llrte dutiUe rooms for men. 12178
Breaa'Mr. 3 5:
LOST Black coat and tan hat at
Fairgrounds Sunday. Reward. J. S.
Knight, 609 Rollins phone 321.
FOR RENT To hoys; two tcry desir
iHe rooms, hardwood floors, hot aler
tat, phone 222. 907 College aie. 301lfj
TOR KENT 2 dcirable room-, in'
i - .. . . r ll. ..I
COuCm VTKH. apai.nirm, IL-tciaoic w
pis. Will give breakfast. 1103 Wal
cot. Phone 593 Black. S8tf
FOR RENT A large front room forj
l girls. New furniture. 403 College (
cr phone 1148-Red. L1tf '
FOR RENT Rooms for boys or room ;
lsd boird for boys, 717 Mo. Ave or!
all 761 rej and a,k for Mrs. Baker. C6lf I
I ilx-raj reward for information con
cerning whereabouts of Ford rear wheels
removed from Stewart Road. Coleman's
WANTED TO BLY Baby carriage;
in fir-t cla-s condition. Call Mrs.
Carmichael, 761-red. C2llf
WANTED A second hand baby
crib. C W. Perk), 1913-rcd. 23-24
WAN'ltL) Girl room mate, ii block
'rem University. Phone 1010 White af
ter 6:30 P. M. B2t
FOR RENT To man ttudent, one-i
b!f rooa with uppcrclasman. Phone
: Red. Fl'J-lf
FOR REXT-Large. well furnished
""" IVI v.uji ,- J illl.il, .ii-i, til,
WANTED TO exchange four good
lenforil cows, for span of work mules,
not over four years old. Jack Burks.
Iimtvlale, Mo. B-3t
Cone;', Phone 1830-Whne.
FOR REXT-Light hou-ekeepingw
room!. Call 761 red and call for Mrs.:
ROOMS FOR RENT Two rooms in
jwd condition c!oe to High School
ltoie 966 While. 3tf
FOR RENT Nice room for young I
naa across from University. Phone1
1123. 411 S. 6th St. ESt
FOP. RENT Rooms for boys very '
lanJj reasonably priced. Phone 767-1
FOR RENT Rooms for Ikits. Wrv !
bndjj reasonably priced. Phone 767-.
"A K310tf .
rOU RENT Nicely furnished room
near LnirerMtv in nearlv npw mr.itrn
". Call 93! v,vilit!. or ,.,.,, ,!em a,
518 S. TlilUian. N18tf
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Stated Communication Tues
day, October 3 at 7:30 p. m.
Annaal election of officers.
ORDER of DE MOLAY
Public In!allation and dance
Vedne-daj, September 27,
1922 at Acacia Masonic Hall,
Broadway and Hilt Street.
AH De Molavs invited.
Plea-c le prevnt at 7.30 sharp.
Keith C Schnebly, M. C.
Benton M. Lee, Scribe.
LAWN MOWER GRINDING
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. All Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTIIUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-P.cd 100 Dorsey St.
fUKUENT-Room for boys. 717 Mo.
Ave, or call 761-Red. 2tf'
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping!
looms or room and board for man and
ue. Phone 761-red. . Charlton. 717 1
Mnonri Ave. ltf.
FOR RENT Room and board fori
wa and wife. 717 .Mo. Ave, or phone
61 ni. cfi-if.,
W. B. PALMER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone 216-Red Room 301
W. J. PALMER
Wallpaper and Decorating.
Call 866 Virginia BIdg.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal.
Call 478 or S3 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin County Coal.
'"'' hEXT One room and
"01 Loom Sl, S7.00 per week.
, fOR RENT-At Pcmberton Hall,
Jt acoss the street fram main entrance
L'niiersit). One double, one sinzle
JWofor bovs. J13tf
fOI! RENT -De-irable unfurni'linl
apartment. 3 or 4 rooms on second floor.
"! and gas in kitchen. 203 College
r rhnne 494. BlRlf
FOR REXT Three room
fer Johnston Bros Grocery.
-'- hnmediale K-es!on. PI
9 N. P.ih
FOR RET Good 7-room modern
nse between Locu-t and Tenth; newl ,
fln-oratnl. See J. A. Stewart. Exchange i
"lUal Rank Ru.l.linp. S22if
Coal Will Be Scarce This
Best Boone County Coal
For Less Money
Richards Coal Co.
Phone 418 B. 903 Ash St.
Koy J. Clumlili-j Taken
Hospital Willi Uroken
Leg Shotted Well
TAVELVE MEN DROPPED
Forty Candidates Still Trying
for Places No Further
Cut by Coaches
Although Coaches Kelley and Car-
rit) now have a fairly good line on the
Tigers first line of rc-erve material, the
scrimmage Saturday between tlic fre-h-
men and the arsit) second team wa- a
disastrous one for the econd squad.
Roy J. Cliamhlis, one of the mo-t
promising backs in the reerve material.
was carried from the field Saturday aft
ernoon with a broken leg. Chainbliss
bad been giving every promise in the
early rart of the scrimmage through hi
conitent line plunging that le would
lie a -trong competitor for a berth on the
fir-t eleven when hi- leg napid ju-l
above the ankle, ending his football
career for the 1922 'eason. The li-s of
Chambliss will be keenly felt b) the
coaches because of the comparatively
small number of men who arc being
groomed for hackfield po-ition.
While the Varity material did not get
into action against the froliir.cn Satur
da), there is Ii'tle likelihood they will
find serious competition in the yearlings
when the) clash in the annual bailie this
Saturday. Against th ccnd--trng
Var'ily material the fre-hmen put up a
fairl) good battle, hut unlc- the) im
prove a great ileal Iiefore Saturday the
Tiger's first line will walk over them
roughshod. Ro) Grimes, a frchman
lineman, was taken to the hospital with
a badl) wrenched knee.
In the kicking department. Knight aid
Fowler in practice Salurda) afternoon
were sending the pig-kin on long high
loops for an average of nearl) fifty
)ard-. Uith a little grooming both men
should be able lo take care of ihU de
partment of the game.
Twelve men were cut from the quad
la-t Thur-da) bringing the total num
ber of candidates down to about fort),
fn all probability this will b? the only
cut of the season to come from the
STANDING OF CLUBS
Club Won Lo-t Pet.
New- York 93 57 .620
ST. LOUIS 90 61 ,W.
Detroit 79 73 .520
Chicago 77 71 J10
Cleveland 76 76 .500
Washington di 81 .119
Philadelphia 61 87 .112
Boston 59 92 .391
New- York 88 38 .620
Piltburgh 85 66 .563
ST. LOUIS 82 66 ,V4
Cincinnati 82 68 .517
Chicagi 77 71 .520
Br.K,kl)Ti 71 76 .193
Philadelphia 53 92 -374
Bo-Ion 50 97 -31!)
Ten Football Games Dated to
of Local League.
The foolhall schedule of the Columbia
Grade School League, the first of its kind
in Buonu Count), was fini-hed Saturday
afternoon by members of the Grade
Schools Athletic Council.
The season will start October 2 with
Benton Scliool plajing Jefferson. All
garnet will be p!a)cd on the Columbia
High School football ground, the play
starting at 4:30 p. m.
Th- schedule calls for te-.i games, two
' jt' he pla)cd each week until November
I. I lie LUainpion-Iup will be decided by
tnc -lan.fng ..oveml.fr I. according lo
Four Letter Men Front Last
Year Pack Material Not
bpccwl to the liisourian.
Ames, Sept. 25. At their oiieniig
'and "Hank" Baet, guard. Both men
made their letttT in 1920, but were mt
in school lat vear. lla-sclt lips the
Kales at 200 pound.
Dawson has introduced two innova
tions into the practice schedule this sea
on. Each afternoon before the grid
iron practice liegins Bill Day puts the
men through fifteen minutes of vigor
ous calisthenics. Following the after,
noun grind, the Hu-kers don boxiug
gloves fur a few minutes,
Nebraska's firt game comes on Oct
ober i, when South Dakota Unitersit)
comes here to meet the Cornhuskers.
The rest of the schedule follows:
Oct. 21 University of Missouri at
Oct. 28 University of Oklahoma at
Nov. 1 L'nivcr-it) of Syracuse at
Nov. II Kansas Aggies at Lincoln.
Nov. 23. Iowa State College (Ames
Nov. 30 Notre Dame at Lino.ln.
Fifty freshmen answered the initial
KerhiTt Hlunier. director of athletics of ca" for yearling material Friday after-
Co'uiubia schools. The plans for play 'noon, and reported to Farley Young,
are K-ing formulated by the council frchman coach for the 1922 eason.
which is composed of two students from I
each school CAUPENTIER BEATEN BY
...',. ... , NEGRO HEAVY-WEIGHT
According to ihe schedule, each team
willpla) four games, meetirg every other Knocked Out in the Sith Round
team in the league. In case of a lie No- j Trench Ring Idol Asks for
vember I, a championship game will I Another Chance.
proiiatil) tic scheduled Ihe following week. (
The five school, of the city are viVted ' '' ' ""' r'" ,. .
eekl, by Director Blumer, who is aiding I ' V" V 2j-Btal
all ire ii'K::
s in dorlopinjc trams of
practice September 15. forty Clones. J championship caliber. The leagu i, ai'"Tr 'V. . 1 - ,?"' .-
mot of them sunburned from heav, out- j nfW ,ling l.re anJ ,.e fucce of ;, faIU jmrtj. on lus bed m a delirious 'condition
... !.... 1. ll r .1. j- .canine lor anoiuer cuaute a. j.m, Kidi.t
upon the shoulders of the new director. I , , , , - , . . . . . .
r..n..,:. :. .1 i .i..i. black heavy-weight who knocked him
door labor this ummer, greeted Coach
Sam Willaman and Ids brother) Assi-tant
Coach Frank Willaman, as the coaches
started their first season on the Ames
All but four of last year's letter men
were graduated !a-t spring and during
the summer sesion. Riggs, who held
down left end last )ear, is the only lelt.r
man left on the line; while Capt. Deac
Woltcrs at quarter, Ira Young playing
ha'f, and Ga)lord. who was the C) clones"
consistent fullback, compo-e the backficld
miinstays of last ) ear's fir-t string.
With almost a 100 per cent turnout of
la-t year's freshman squad and second
team. Coach Willaman has not been want
ing for material.
The hackfield po-ition are lieing keen
ly competed for. Roberts one of the
oul-tanding men on the freshman team
last )ear, will give Woltcrs a clo-e race
for the pilot position.
Palm, who played half i.-i -cicr.il games
last year, will give Ga)lord all he can
handle to hold his position at fullback.
Ira Young and Brorb), who p!a)cd in
several games last fall, have been clung
October 2 Benton vs. Jefferson.
October -1 Lee vs. Grant.
October 9 Jefferson vs. Field.
October II Grant vs. Benlon.
October 16 Ire vs. Field.
October 18 Jeffer-on . Cram.
October 23 Benton vs. Field.
October 25 Lee vs. JeTrron.
October 30 Grant vs. Field.
November 1 Benton vs. Lee.
HUSKERS BEGIN HARD
WORK FOR 22 SEASON
Eighteen of Forty Who Answered early round'.
Loach 1aw.sons Call Arc
Former Letter Men.
'out in the sixth round of vesterdav's
'scheduled twent) -round match.
According to administering phvsi
eians, Carpentier pleaded that another
meeting be arranged with the negro. No
outsiders were permitted near him thi
morning. His ph)sicians slated that
both eyes were complctel) closed, face
ga-hed, his right arm fractured in two
places and the left in one.
After starting out as if he would be
winner of the match, he was beaten by
the heavy slugging black. Carpentier
dropped his opponent three times in the
coaches, the strong competition prev-jing places with Wingert and Allen, two
aieni mis tan taking care ui inc. ic- oi last year iresnman regulars,
mainder who show liti'e fight or abil-j Man) mat,. ,rT;n(; for , ami
"" ' end w1ifie the tackles and guards are not
Nrenuou, workouts in winch will he , ha;nB suci, a c!(sc balIle. Pro-pects.
uiiuot.i uimi ...., pw.ou...., " i are good tor a large turnout ot ireshmen
mark the practice this week. Willi the a, tl(.;r oncn:ng practice Wednesday jf-fir-t
conference game les than two J jcrnoon.
weeks awav. tlie hger mentors are di
Lincol-., Neb, Sept. 23. Forty var.
sily foolhall men, eighteen of them let
ler men, answered Coach Fred Dawson's
call for foolhall men here recently and
went through a snapp) two hour work
out. Coach Daw-on, with his assi-tants
Bill Da). 1920 Captain, and Clarence
Swan-on, 1921 end and Captain, gave
the candidates a good preliminary in
forward pasing, regaining again the'
feel of the hall, and running of signal'.
Scrimmage is not expected to start, for
more tlian a v.erk yet.
WILLS sttKS CI1V.NCE
New York, Sept. 23. Harry Wills,
negro challenger of Jack Dcmpsey, is
anxious to meet Siki.
"Wills wants to meet Siki; we are
not d.wlging an)one," said Wills' man
OKLAHOMA GAME PLENTIFUL
terrained that their proteges
put in the be-l form jossible.
GRINNELL HAS STRONG TEAM
PRUETT LEAVES THE BROWNS
To Enter School or .Medicine of
Hubert ("Lcfly"! Pruett. Lnivcrsiiy
of Missouri ba-ehall star, wh-j made a
national reputation for himself in his
first year of big league ball with the
St. Louis Browns has left the club to
Bear Stories From Iowa Indicate
Hard Contest for Tigers.
Stories of ihe M.c-ibility of a real
clash with Crmnell have begun to reach
fttrt Tint r Crtmn
n t .u. L. r...i.,u .. !.:,.:. return lo the Lniver-il) where he
:- -. ..,, I,- I.,. ,.m,ii ,. ! enter ihe School of Medicine.
n.: n ..:.!. m:.,1U- .. I,... I.. -.l.i "Lefty" is expected to reach Colum
uation from la-l year's rosier. Coach Ed-1 h'" ,1,c V"" part f ,his "eck r "rl
ward has the responsibility of choo1
stellar hackfield combination out of three
po-sihlc lineups. Whitehall, Fearing. Mar-
vin. Smith, and McClain have been work
ing together as one hackfield. Jones
Haasf Baker and Wallers cnstilule anoth
er, and Crilcliett, Kitchen t. Ningcr)
and C Kinger) cnmra-r the third group.
Harvard Restricts Ticket Sale.
Cavbridce, Mass. Sept. 23. Ob-
jectionable language and conduct at the
games, of man) non-Harvard tickethold
ers, have made it nece-ery to restrict the
sale of sea-on tickets for the future to
members or ex-members of the univer
sity," the Harvard football committee has
1 I'riirlt rrrateri a -en'atlon when
struck out Babe Ruth aliout ten time- in
four game. He allow ed the Big Bam
bino hut two hits in all of his games
one lcing a home run.
Pruett acquired, in the American
j League, a new niikname. "Shucks.
which will be doomed a1 kmhi a- he
enters Columbia, where all know him
only as "Left)".
State Game Warden Predicts Good
Hunting This Winter.
Bvkilfsvili.e. Okla, Sept. 23. Ducks
and quail will he plentiful in the north-
! eastern pa" "f ,rlr s,a"" '''', season.
"Chick"' Hartle), fullback mi the 1921 .making hunting good, arcording to 0. K.
G.rnhu-ker squad, is captain of the! Dlman, state game warden, here.
team this )car. Hartleys practiced toci "The woods are full of game now,"
has been -ending the pig-kin on long i Delman said. "I never saw so many quail
high loops all week, as a few of the men j in all my life. The wet weather in the
were out on the gra-s lo ing the hall J North this summer encouraged duck
around. Wright is the only hackfield i breeding, so we are insured a plentiful
man lo;l from last year's squad. To , supply in this state this winter."'
fill the place, and conte-t for the other',
Copywork, Including Buiness Letters,
Lectures, Dictation, Manuscripts, De
positions Bookkeeping, etc. Accurate
Work; Prompt Service. 300 Cuitar
Bldg, Telephone 1762.
arc DcWitz. Russell Nobie. Red I J) Ion.
Lcwellen, and Clen Preston, all 1921 let
ter men. A number of last year- year
ling squad are expected to bid high fur
the place-, as well.
Linemen who reported )eserda) in
cluded Peterson, Berqui-t. Wcnke, Scher.
er. Wcller. 2J0 pound '21 guard. House.
Klemke, Nixon, Ho) and McGlasson. all
Idler men. The line is expected to av-J
erage belter than 180 pounds. j
Only four holes are left by gradua
lion Dawson needs to fill the places of j
Swanson. all-American end, Pucelilci
famed Valley guard, and Montic Munn,
his 230 pound running mate on the oili
er side of ihe center jio-ilion. Wright. i
la-t ) car's half bark, is not back either.,
The opening of the season saw thej
return of "Terrible" Thomscn, tackle.
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING
Tonight 7:30 at the Legion Hall,
Eighth and Broadway.
Dr. C M. Snceii, Commander.
Fresh oysters, any style,
direct from Baltimore,
and home made cherry
15 S. 9th
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
Having rented the farm, we will, at the Irving Vivion place, 9 miles east of
Columbia, on the Fulton gravel road, near big cedar creek, on
Wednesday, September 27, 1922
sell everything listed as follows:
Mules and Horses
5 work mules, all good ones and in fine condition; 1 good draft horse, 7
years old, weigh 1500 pounds; 1 buggy mare.
45 Head of Hogs
2 brood sows, farrow about December 1, balance of these hogs will weigh
about 125 pounds.
2 wagons, mower, manure spreader, 4 riding cultivators, corn planter,
McCormick binder, 2 sulky breaking plows, 1 2-horse breaking plow, long
torn hay rake, corn sheller, buggy an dharness, 5 sets double narne3 z
harrows. 40 acres corn in iieiu; iu ions Datea umuuiy u).
Sale at 10:30 a. m.
Terms made known on day of sale
DINNER ON GROUND
Smith & Catron
J. A. Stewart & Ed McCray, Auctioneers.
W. E. Smith, Clerk
Rivals Must Take Huge Jump
to Overcome Lead Little
Hope for Upset.
The iha'iti-s for the Ntw York tlahs
grow hrightcr dail) as ihe pennant races
draw lo a c!o-e. It is extremely unlikely
that the Broun, will now he able to over
come the thrcc-aml-a half game lead of
the Yanks or lli.il the I'iralo will he able
lo calch up with the Giant", five and a
half gainer ahead.
Kor the Browns to lake the American
League pennanl. the Yanks rmit neces
'a:il) lose all of their five remaining
games, while the Sl. Iritis !o)s ihem
vlves raii'l win the three that remain on
tlicr schedule. This would give thtin a
The only po-ihle hope for the Pirates
is to lie with thiir rival'. To do this they
mii't take each of the three games that
they have still to play, while the Ciants
mut lot all of their eight.
lull teams, here every )rar. Each could
play the day before a Uniu-rMl) garae
that the pla)ers could ce the Varsil)
jda), or. the) could play here on the Sat
urday the Varsity learn is out of town."
9U'e could do much for the L'nlversit)
in showing thee athletes a g-xil time
while they arc here and in talking up
iheir own state university to them."
STARS GOING .ELSEWHERE
Herbert Itlumer Outlines Plan to
Secure I"oothall Material.
Too many star Missouri highchool
athletes do not enter the University of
!isouri but go to universities which are
not so far from their home city accord
ing lo Herbert Blumer, director of alh
hlics of Columbia school'.
A plan whereb) three or four large
high schools roa) send their teams to
Columbia to pla) Columbia High School
is being formulated by Mr. Blumer.
Columbia, in the past, ha4 pla)ed few
large school". Must of the big games
have been pla)cd out of town.
"I believe the Universil), pr.some oth
er source, should aid the two local high
schools to bring Kansas Cty, St. Joseph,
St. Louis, Joplin and Springfield foot-
Local Nine Wins Lopsided Game by
Score of 12 to 1.
The Columbia l!lur again won from
the Wilton All-Stars in a draggv. ore
sided contest at the fairground, )
lerday afternocn In a 12 to 1 score
Morrison pitched for the Blues and Ba
sel! for the All-Stars. Pla) on Ix.lli
sides wa featured by error ami lack
Morrison credited himself with 'even
strikeouts and litre walks, while Bus.
sell netted i strike-outs and allowed
onl) two free trips. The Blues gut
eighteen hits to their opponents four.
The Blue won the game in the firt
nning. when lliey tallied five M.nrc-.
after batting around. Alllmush l!n
sell saturated the pill vvith tobatc n
juice and slippy elm. the) continued
to find him all the wa) through.
Bnlley, ivcns 17-vear-oM -Hithpaw-
protege, hurled the last frame for t!i
J Blues. This is his first appearance in
uniform since the Fourth of Jul), v ne i
he broke his leg sliding Iiome. Hr
promises lo develop into one if th"
best negro pitchers in this rrtinn.
Moving Packing Storage
470 TRANSFER CO.
Office: OppQsite Wabash Sta.
The Hall Theatre
Will be Open Only on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of each week.
Will be This Week-End Attraction.
In order to make room for my growing herd of
Hereford cows I will on
Monday, October 2
at my home on west Broadway in Columbia, sell
to the highest bidder, the following live stock:
3 Extra good 5 year old mare mules.
4 Good and 4 year old cotton mules.
5 Extra good mule colts, all mares but one.
20 Yearling high grade steers and heifers.
10 Weanling steer calves.
5 High grade Hereford cows.
2 Purebred bull calves.
1 Yearling-Hereford bull.
10 Registered Hereford heifer calves, sired
by the great Perfection bull and as good a lot
as you ever put your eyes on, sold in lots of five.
50 High grade and purebred breeding ewes.
20 Extra good pureDred ewe lambs by reg
istered buck; large enough to breed.
8 Registered and purebred bucks, yearling
20 Purebred Duroc brood sows, some open,
50 head of shoats and other stock. -
6 Purebred young Duroc boars the best I
have ever raised.
I part with some of this stock reluctantly
and especially the sheep and heifer calves as
they always make monew, but lack of room and
feed makes it necessary. Stale starts at 1 o'clock
J. A. Stewart
SCHWABE-JACOBS & McCRAY, Auctioneers