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THE COliUMBIAEVENING MISSOURIAN, WEbNESDAYTSEPTEMBER 27, 1922
Six Insertion for 5c Word.
Ok Cent a Word a Day,
FOR RENT Tho furnUheU rooms.
e-.p , r c:,i. if n ''f1 10el-ping or bo)s. One and
FOR SALE-L. C-Sm.Ui & Bros. enc.nlf bocU f
l. Aew. , he. .ory remits, rent- 6th p
.! ll,ii I fill In c Ihi. nw
?.-. cm." r.llMr u.i.iU.I FOR
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RENT Good 7-room modrrn
hocse between Locust and Tenth; newly
decorated. See J. A. Stewart, Exchange
National Bank Building. S-22tf
FOR SALL meal Muuuing tot m
nWrnnant addition: saperb ne'zhbor-
tnod: buildinc restrictions: water,! FOR ilhNT Attractive
.Wtrir ire. v.er in and paid. paed Furnubed or unfurnished,
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t, granitoid walk, plenty ol shade j "ay pnoas or nignt pnone 454-tlacfc.
rM. a main, Edg&wood avenue, one-. C310tf
jtiU block south Mevnrt road; a bargain.
FOR RENT Anartment in Wert-
B30jwood; 4 rooms, bath, closet, hall, porch
"I BARGAIN IN A HOME At 1400 ind small garden. Very desirable Ioca-
RVhardson. coruer Melbourne and Rich- tion; rent reasonable. Call 1117 after
irison. A four-room houiC. modern ex-6 P- ra. C7tf
In the Field of Sport
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(hide trees. This house is priced to)
telL as owner lias other plans. Small
pipnent down; balance like pajing
rent. If you want a bargain it will pay
tou to imcsngaie tins. s-ZJtl
two beautiful rooms, completely fur
nished most suitable for man and wife,
quiet resident section. Phone 1847
FOR RENT -To boys, one large front
room with two big closets. One nice
room on third floor; also one-half room.
BOARD AND ROOM
FOR SALE 2 full blooded Persian
rillfnt fjll 1931 CTi-rn- 9Sif
,w... c, - - , , TT-L. . TL
7 OK SAUvLge refrigerator, couch.1 ,-Q, pi iiwlm
L.aI jiaca mattroACftfi cnrinita . . .
mUk-aSVSt 1UUIHVJJ.C 7J41IlK3f uf i -
typewriter, biccle stand and basket, and
crbide lamps, porch settee and porch!
box.. I'hone 3.9 green. 411 Hitt St.
Ult SAI.t .Maxwdl car, also 2 ga
uses for rent. 1221 E. Broadway
ROOM AND BOARD-For two boys.
cheap. New- modem bouse, 1602 Cau
thorn Street. 3tf
FOR SALE Oder at Unierit
Kchard. Bring containers for large
srders. C. W. Ikenberrj. 20-26
21tfi BOARD AND ROOM For girls;
jjuuiu iux win uuvb anu Kins, nut
FOR SALE 1 Oakland 6) Under
tosriag car. Good condition. F. II. IIo
terecht Catage, 213 N. 8th St. H9tf
FOR SALE .Manure $1.00 and $1.50
itoad. Phone 1193. R2126
ROOMS FOR RENT
One of Tigers' Most Depend
able Backs Is Injured
in Scrimmage Last
OUT LAST SEASON TOO
Coach Kelly Decides to Alter
nate Walsh and Adams in
Order to Help the
WANTED Experienced saleslad).
Apply Monday at Tajlors Muic Co.
FOR RENT To male student, 1-2
second floor front room facing Rollins
Field, 819 Rollins street. Plione 1783
FOR RENT One single or double
room for bos, across from the campus.
501 S. 6th or phone 1842. M24-29
FOR RENT One-half room to bos;
nicely furnished. 708 Mar) land place.
$1125. Phone 692 Black. M24-29
FOR RENT 8 room modern house.
Phone U17, 117 Westwood Ave. C22tf
FOR RENT One single room and
three double rooms for men. 12178
FOR RENT Ore large room fur 3
men, across from campus. Phone 1245
FOU RENT To boys; two very desir
line rooms, hardwood floors, hot water
beat, phone 222. 907 College ae. 30Jtf
FOR RENT Room for 2 bos or mar
ried couple. Phone 1575 or call at 417
S. 6th St. M26-27
WANTED Salesman with car. Cord
tires at prices be'row competitors. $100.00
and expenses. Hydro-Vulcan Tire Com
pany, 1101 S. Michigan avenue, Chicago,
WANTED Papering to do; good
work at 30c a roll Telephone 1596.
WANTED Stenographic work. Phone
for etenographer at 837 from 8 to 10 a.
m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Work called for.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST White and black Llewclljn
setter, 5' months old. $5.00 reward for
return or information leading to return.
Phone 172. B26tf
LOST A blue silk umbrella with
while tip and leather strap handle.
Finder return to II. J. Trappe, Chris
tian College, and receive eward. 26
FOR RENT 2 desirable rooms in
modern brick apartment, preferable to
girls. Will ghe breakfast. 1403 Wal
nut Phone 5S8 Black. W8tf
FOR RENT A large front room for
tto girls. New furniture. 403'ColIege
or phone 1148-Red. L4tf
FOR RENT Rooms for bojs or room
and board for boys, 717 Mo. Ave, or
call 761 red and ask for Mrs. Baker. C6tf
FOR RENT Garage. Phone 744
FOR RENT To man student, one
half room with upperclassman. Phone
74t Red. F19-tf
FOR RENT Large, well furnished
rnis for couples or men; close in. 201
College, Phone 1880-White. H.19-tf.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms. Call 761 red and call for Mrs.
ROOMS FOR RENT Two rooms in
good condition close to High School.
Phone 956 White. 3tf
FOR RENT Rooms for boys very
handy reasonably priced. Phone 767
FOR RENT Rooms for boys. Very
handy; reasonably priced. Phone 767
FOR RENT Nicely furnislied rooms
near University in nearly new modern
Iwuse. Call 981 White or see them at
513 S. Williams. N18-tf
FOR RENT Room for boys. 717 Mo.
Ave. or call 761-Red. 2tf
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms or room and board for man and
ife. Phone 761-red. Charlton. 717
Missouri Ave. ltf.
FOR RENT Room and board for
"an and wife. 717 Mo. Ave, or phone
761 red. C-6-tf.
FOR RENT One room and board,
801 Locust St, $7.00 per week. 2-Stf
FOR RENT At Pemberton Hal,
just acoss the street from main entrance
lo University. One doul-'e, one single
room for bovs. J15tf
-tSODO- REWARD For information
leading to recovery of two fiber porch
rugs and conviction of persons who
stole them from 603 Providence Road,
on Tuesday night. One rug 6 ft. 6 inch
es by 9 ft. has border on three sides.
One rug 4 ft. b) 7 ft. border all around
medal ion centers, reverse side of both
plain. J. R. Thomas, 584 TShite. 26tf
FOUND A collie dog, young but full
grown. Phone 1857 Black. 26-29
FOUND A sweater. Owner may have
same by describing and paying for ads.
Apply 813 W. Broadway or phone 1706
LOST On Broadway, Tuesday, girl's
blue silk sashes tassels on end. Return to
Keister's or 211 College. Phone 529
LOST Brown leather hand bag con
taining $20.00. Lot Saturday nighl
between WrJiash station and Broadway.
Liberal reward for return to Missourian
LOST Black coal and tan hat at
Fairgrounds Sunday. Reward. J. S.
Knight, 609 Rollins, phone 324.
Liberal reward for information con
cerning whereabouts of Ford rear wheels
removed from Stewart Road. Coleman's
WANTED TO RENT Two large
rooms one of which must lie a sleeping
porch; also board for man, wife and 2
children under six. Give location, price
and arrangement of rooms. Write Mr. E,
care Missourian. 25-26
WANTED TO RENT Two or three
unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping,
first floor preferred. Call Hartford Hall
at Braselton's Shoe Store. Phone 444.
WANTED TO BUY Baby carriage;
in first class condition. Call Mrs.
Carmichael, 761-red. C24tf
WANTED Girl room mate, block
from University. Phone 1010 White af.
ter 6:30 P. M. B-2t
WANTED TO exchange four good
Hereford cows, for span of work mules,
not over four years old, Jark Burks.
Huntsdale, Mo. B-3t
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Stated Communication Tues
day, October 3 at 7 JO p. m.
Annual election of officers
FOR RENT Desirable unfurnished,
apartment, 3 or 4 rooms on second Uoor.
Water and gas in kitchen. 205 College
or phone 494. B18tf
POR RENT Three-room apartment
oer Johnston Bros. Grocery. 9 N. 8th
St- immediate possession. Phone 1914.
ORDER of DE MOLAY
Public Installation and dance
Wednesday, September 27,
1922 at Acacia Masonic Hall,
Broadway and" Hitt Street.
All De Molais invited.
be present at 7:30 sharp.
Keith C. Schnebly. M. C.
M. Lee, Scribe.
Old man gloom descended into the Ti
ger camp for his first visit of the 1922
season last night when Albert (Tony)
Bundschu, one of the most dependable
backs on the squad, was taken to the hos
pital with a dislocated shoulder. It was
the first scrimmage tilt of the afternoon.
Bundschu will bo on the bench for approximately-a
One Missouri fan said last evening..
"We always have an unbeatable array of
grid material barring upsets but how
about barring the upsets.'" In the long
term of Missouri's cla-hes with other
schools alibis have been reserved to the
sidelines, and even now, thd attitude of
Loach Kelly and men seems to be to
make the best of an irredeemable ioss.
Bundschu has been a sensational color-
bearer of the Old Cold aid Black. Jle
has had one of the hardest scries of acci
dents besetting a Tiger plaver. In his
first year of varsity competition, he missed
an earned position on the squad because
One of the hardest breaks of the '21
season, was during the St. Louis game in
which Tony wrenched his chest, keeping
him out of the lists until near the holiday
Se3Sr.n In View fif Ilia ill fato.1 ctrmle
of fortune, Bundschu is easily one of the!
versatile gndsters of the valley.
In the first scrimmage tilts of this year,
Tony went to "Doc" Lawlcr with a
"charley horse" which kept fiim on the
bench until the first of the week, and yes
terday, ill-fated luck again made tier en
try in the first down of a kick formation
scrimmage. Bundschu received the in-
jury which will hampcT the feature of the
Tiger offense for at least three big games
when he stumbled into Captain Bunker.
After the temporary loss of Bundschu.
Coach Kelly is alternating ,Adams and
Walsh between the backfield and the end
positions in an attempt to strengthen the
driving group. In view of the fact that
Bundschu was showing rus-greatcst'SElif
of bit football career, hi injury isjtssci
of the real bear stories of the'vedr. -j
STANDING OF CLUBS
Gub Won Lost Pel.
New York 93 57 .620
St. Louis 90 61 .596
Detroit 79 73 520
Chicago 77 74 .510
Cleveland 7fr 76 .500
Washington 66 81 .419
Philadelphia ;. 61 37 .412
Boston 59 92 .391
Club Won Lot Pet.
New York 90 Stl .608
Pittsburgh 83 66 .563
Cincinnati tH 68 .553
St. Louis 82 68 .547
Chicago 78 71 .523
Brooklyn 75 76 .197
Philadelphia 55 91 .369
Boston 50 93 338
guson, cf: Waddcll. rf: Decker, ss: P.
Phi Kappa Moore, lb; O'Brien, 2b;
Fallesheck, ss; Kingsley, 3b; Winkler,
p; McCurik. c: Schweiier. If: Lins. cf:
Umpires: Wild and Voght.
IN THE MAKING
Try-Outs for Cross-Country
Squad Next Week Three
Old Men OuV.
According to Coach Robert 1. Simpson)
...i. miuc iur me crosscountry team
Eas not been completed, bit arrangements
are heinc made for the trnm in mi W.
jbraska, Washington, Kansas and Ames.
Try-outs for the'sqaad will be held the
latter part of next week.
There are only three men of last j car's
team out again, Stark, Trowbridge and
Pittinger. The new men are as follows:
Reill), Nisbet, Stames, Brown, Island,
Whorton, Case, McCune, Hichmxn, Stew
art, Norman, Herman, Edde, Baker and
The members or the track team that
are trjmg for positions on the Varsity
and freshman squads are being looked
over. There are several members of the
two squads that are showing up well, but
nothing can be determined this early In
the season. Twenty-five men were dropped
from the squad by Coach Simpson.
WaH taper, Paintinff,
Old Floors made new
Phone 1691 White
Ypu gel service and satisfac
Tenth Year Hero
Elvira Bldg. Phone 353
criminating Person Knows Our
By Its Tasteful
Battery Charging and
Plenty of Rentals
Free Inspection and Water
24 S. 9th.
PHI GAM'S DEFEAT PHI
KAPS BY 8 TO 0 SCORE
Inter-Fraternity Game Featnres
Home-Runs and One Double
The Phi Gamma Delta won from the
Phi Kappa yesterday afternoon in the
inter-fraternity baseball game bv a score
of 8 to 0. The first two innings of
the game started out like a real ball
game, but in the third inning Winkler.
pitcher for the Phi Kappa, weakened
and allowed three men to get on bases.
Lewis was next man up and knocked a
home run, which gave them four runs.
The Slusher brothers formed the bat
tery for the Phi Gam's and Paul, the
pitcher, was never in any great danger
of being scored on. O'Brien, playing
second base for the Phi Kappa, made
a double play, unassisted, in the first
inning. Evans got a home run in the
fifth and tlirec more runs were scored in
the sixth and seventh innings.
Following is the line-up: Phi Gamma
Delta Lewis 2b; Evans lb; B.
Slusher, c; Stewart, 3b; Baker, If; Per-
LAWN MOWER GRINDING
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. All Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTHUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-Red 100 Dorsey St.
W. B. PALMER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone 246-Red Room 304
W. J. PALMER
Wallpaper and Decorating.
Call 866 Virginia Bldg.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal.
Call 478 or 88 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin County Coal.
Copywork, Including Business Letters,
Lectures, Dictation, Manuscripts, De
positions Bookkeeping, etc. Accurate
Work; Prompt Service. 300 Guitar
Bldg, Telephone 1762.
John L. Piatt's
of all kinds.
bought and sold
Ground floor Phone 259
! Billiards 1
j 915 Broadway
; Cigars Tobacco
Pure Rich Cream
Fruits Make a
Neatly and Quickly
We call for and deliver
I TIGER I
We Call X And
For P Deliver
Phone R 325
Agnes Ayres and Jack Holt
Bought and Paid For"
From George Broadhurst's tremendous stage
Walter Hiers is in it, too!
A dramatic sensation portraying a situation
that exists in thousands of rich, respectable
Pathe News Aesop's Fables'
Topics of The Day
Gareth Hughes in "I Can Explain"
Ninth at Walnut
Should be seeded now
to assure you of having
a beautiful lawn next
spring. You must in
sist on having high
grade seed or you will
be disappointed. The
seed we offer is of the
test and as free of for-;
eign matter as modern
machinery can clean it.
White Clover, lb. ..75c
Italian Rye, lb 20c
Red Top, lb. .....35c
Timothy lb 10c
We have just received 'a
shipment of all sizes of
Iceberg Lettuce, lb 25c
Leaf Lettuce, lb 25c
Sweet Potatoes, lb 5c
Lima Beans, scarce
Green Beans, scarce
Roasting Ears, doz 25c
Egg Plant, each 25c
Globe Turnips, bu $1.00
New Carrots, bunch 10c
New Beets, bunch 10c
Parsley, bunch 10c
Fancy Idaho Potatoes
Fancy Red River Potatoes
Pie Pumpkins, lb 2c
Radishes, bunch 10c
Tomatoes, lb T'jc
Garlic, lb 40c
Bartlett Pears, doz 30c
Peaches, Elbertas, bu. . .$3.00
Elberta Peaches, basket ..40c
Tokay Grapes, lb 25c
White Grapes, 1-2 bu. bas. 75c
Lemons, doz. ..: 40c
Valencia Oranges, doz. 60c-$l
Rockyford Canteloupes, ea. 15c
Watermelons, lb 2c
Honey Daw Melons, each 40c
Cranberries, quart 20c
Damsons, gal 20c
Grape Fruit, each 12c
Pickling Time is Here.
Fancy Cabbage, lb. 5c
Fancy Cucumbers, each ..10c
Pickling Onions, qt zbc
Sweet Peppers, doz 30c
Red Sweet Peppers, doz. ..30c
Cauliflower, lb 20c
Celery, large, each 15c
Silverskin Onions, lb 5c
Red Globe. Onions, lb 5c
Apple Cider Vinegar, gal. 50c
Whole and ground spices ot an
Pnone74 -NOWELL'S- Ninth at Walnut
JESSE L. LASKY
ttPtOQTCD B k
Agay romantic drama in
which dashing Wally'wins
a revolution and loses his
heart Packed with thrills
and fun and warm ro
mance. Wally's swiftest
Also "School.Day Love" A Mermaid Comedy
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