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One Cent a Word a Day. Six Insertion! for 5e a Word.
Folt" rent-two u,,
rooms for girW in modern liome.
FOi: MLt- Meal iiuiwing ioi in g, Phnc 702 green
$ ..in! aiMnion: superb ncililr.l '
FOR RENT-Nlce room, 2 cat I
lows arul good garage. No. 12 North
Carth. Phone 1240 black. 4 28lf.
t I. midn: restrictions; water.
electric "ires, Mv,fr in Bn'' I"" P"fi
street, granitoid walk, plenty of sliailc
trees P nu'n Fdj;rood airnue, nne
t.ir m-L smith Stewart road: a bargain.
Ti 1.17 B30 0U"S "oman 302 Waugh.
ft" 1jI'- j 618 green.
A BARGAIN IN A HOME-Al 1100
ctrtia'dson, coriiT Melbourne and Rich-
FOR RENT One
FOR RENT Second slon Amble
tnonyKr boys.. 607 Trrncre , rbone
jrdwn. A lour room nouv. nuraeni . i895reen
rent beat, in c-iiti "" -ut-
lot. (Vi by lC-'-i. rrmt trees ana OK RENT Second floor roomitb
,haJe trees. This house is priced to cast, south and west windows. AIo
U, as owner lia other plans. Small one third floor room.
tmmcul down; balarce like pi)ing
rent. If )ou want a bargain it will pay
jou to imcstiga'e this.
.poySMX 8 room house strictly
mcJern. South side. -Must sell. Priced
far Wo cost for quick a!c. See Flynn
Realty Co. 210 Cuitar Wdg. F. 28-30.
FDR S MX Forl lo-A bnch counter.
.Inquire at V. M. C A.
S-24lf' .'"" "'-Two furnished rooms.
Iignt housekeeping or bojs. One! and
one-half blocks from red campus, i 108
So. 6th. Phone 824-Black. ' 26tf
tun KUMl FurnMied rooms. Ap
pi) at 14 College avenue. S27-29
THE COLUMBIAEVENING MISSOURlAN, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1922
In the Field of Sport
SMALL ATTENDANCE AT
FIRST MASS SIEETING
-Junker, Dunckel and Kelly Urge
student Body to Co-operate
FOR SMX-2 full blooded
Kittens. Call 1931 green.
FOR: RENT CnnH 7., ..i..
28 a I'ousc Eetween Locust and Tenth; sejvly
Persian ''l0001'11- Sfe J- A- Stewart, Exchange
23,( National Bank Building.
mn Slit" rr-r rrfni.T!itnr n.nrll ru"
. , ... ..: . Furnished or unfurnished,
Irnwritcr. bic)cle stand and basket, and.1 Pbe r n'E Pnone 454-black.
...l.M,- lanin. oorch settee and porch C310tf
lot Tlione 379 green. 411
FOR RENT Apartment in West
wood; 4 rooms bath, closet, hill, porch
FOR SU.E Maiwdl car. also 2 ga-l1111 8nul1 S"oen. Very desirable loca
; fur rent. 1221 E. Broadway 21lf "'' ret reasonable. CaU 1117 after
u (i. ju. lti
FOR SALE Earl
pallets ard ) carhng hens.
Iiatched leghorn f
L. S. BacUus.
FOR SLE Ru Srxrd Wagon wiHi
cjaopy lop in gwd shape, will sacrifice
for rash. University Fruit Co. L'28-29
FOR SM.E Modern bungalow, near.
Ij completed, at III 4th Ave. Reason
able terras. Onrtr will giie particulars
Sitcrday, Sept. 28.f 27-29
FOR SALE Indian motorc)cIe and
sidecar; 3 speed with power plus motor.
Allton's Caragc. Phone 1153, 1105 E.
FOR SALE 1 Oakland 6-cIinder
touring car. Cood condition. F. li. Ho
berecht Garage, 213 N. Cth St. H9tf
ROO.MS FOR RENT
BOARD AND ROOM
COOD BOARD Ladies and men.
three m-ils 55 00, two 'meals J0 a
wccL. Mrs. D. .M. Burnliam, 603 Elm.
ROOM AND BOARD-For two bos.
cheap. Jievr modern house, 1602 Cau
llioni Street. 3if
BOARD AND ROOM-For girls
board for both boys and girls. 1101
SHOW CARD WHITER-Kith scl
eral )ears sales experience and adier
tiing training wants part or full time
position. Address Box L, care .Mis
WANTED Exoert steno.ranher.
Please phone 933 or 343 While. C29
3 i .
. WANTED Salesman with car. Cord
FOR RENT To male student, 1-2
second floor front room facing Rollins
FirM. 819 Rollins street. Phone 17GJ-!
y, G23tf I ttre3 at prices berow competitors. $100XX)
I and expenses. Hydro-Vulcan Tire Com
oany, 1101 S. .Michigan avenue, Chicago,
IWtil 1VI U"J', Uk.lU-3 -tiUUt .UK LrttllfU-t . lltlilU19.
M7 5 f.U . ..!, TRIO Mn1.90 !
FOR RENT One-half room to boys;
cicely furnished. 703 Mar) land place.
I1L23. Phone 692 Black. M24-29
FOR RENT 8 room modern
Phone 1117, 117 Westwood Aie.
WANTED Papering to do; good
work at 30c a roll. Telephone 1596.
A small attendance marred an olher
wise successful mass meeting held last
night in the Uniiersity Audilorium to
foster Missouri spirit for the football
season and to urge attendance at the
Vanity-freshman gams toda).
Irl Brown, stunent president, intro
duced Herbert Bunker, captain of the
1922 Varsity. Bunker aked that thej
student bod) co-operate in boosting thet
coaches and in backing the team.
CapL W. C Durckel, coach of the
freshman squad, speaking on "Missouri
Spirit," emphasized the value of the stu
dent body backing the team, and men
tioned the lack of spirit shown last )car
ana so far (his )car.
He also told incidents in the careers
of "Peaches" Crahirn. Harry Lansinc
and "Bottles" Wjckoff, who pla)fd on
the Varsity in 1912. Dunckel said that
Graham naatthe ideal t)pe of Missouri
athlete and possessed the true Mis-oUri
Tom Kelly, coach of the Varsity, was
the third speaker. He defined college
spirit as a spirit of unit), of co-ordination,
of application and self sacrifice all
in one. It is impossible, h; sa:d, to lie
successful without it in football, scluol
Coach Kelly said he could not as jet
define the football prospects fur this
season, but hat the players hate a good
attitude on the field and arc working
hard to win. Kelly said the players
need and desene all the supjiort the
students can giie them, and urged that
a large attendance of rooters be present
eicry afternoon during practice.
Henry Carrit), coach of the backfield.
who was scheduled to speak, could not
be there, as tie is routing the Grin
nell game today.
St. Louis .
f Detroit ...
STANDING OF CLUBS
-New York , 91
St. Louis 82
UNIVERSITY GOLF CHAMP
HAS EXCELLENT RECORD
Will Compete With Other Out-of.
lown Stars In Exhibition
Match Oct. 11.
tournament ear before last. He is. ln.
ja conscientious student of the game, and
although small of stature Jack gets there
just the same.
During the last )car Mytton has par
ticipated in the Western Amateur, State
Amateur and National Open tourna
ments, so that he is well qualified to rep
resent the Unhersity in the special ex-
hibilion foursome sponsored by .the Co-
FOX HUNT SITE SELECTED
Goldsberry Says Committee Recom
mends Rock Bridge.
Rock Bridge is the site selected by a
committee of the Boone County Fox
Hunters Association for the fox chase
to be held October 11 to 13, according
ti W. H. Goldsberry, chairman of the
The commitKe's report will be read at
. ... I liimMn Knlnrv PTnK Tt. Atlu tl.,.
Jack M,tton, present golf champion of ,mcn : .f., ,.,,, k,m . -., ,. , meeting on October 7. when th? final
iKi.n ah . .! . ! TL- I.
tnc UAitersity, who will play in the
special foursome, October 11, that is be
ing arranged by the Rotary Club, has
TIE FOR PENNANT STILL
IN GRASP OF BROWNS
COLUMBIA HIGH SHOWS
POORLY IN SCRIMMAGE
Two. Regulars Are Injured Coach
Blunter Thinks Men Arc Not
Yanks Must Face Walter Johnson
in Final Game Browns
Hare Hard Job.
By taking a 3 to 2 game from the
Chicago White Six )esterda), while
the Boston Red Sox were administering
a shut-out to the New York Yankees, the
St. Louis Browns maintained their stand
ing in the American League pennant; open until Wcdne-da)
rare. , coach has asked for a
With the injury of two regulars and
a Jioor showing against the- Uimcrsity
frrshnan team in ts-rimmag'-. Coach
Blomer is pessimistic about Columbia
High School's chances.'
Ed Jone, halfback, received a bad
shoulder, while Max Woods, end. sus.
tained a torn ligament in his leg. Both
will be oat for at least another week.
"I have only two or three men who
are doing nell," said Coach Blumcr. "If
the remainder do not get down to work,
I fear for Columbia's chances to win
honors this jear."
Gwinn at halfback is doing exception
al work, according to Coatb Blumcr. He
is a regular from last ) ear's squad.
Flsli, another regular, who p!a)rd end
last )ear, has been snitched to fall
back. Fish is proving himself valuable
in the backfield position and will start
the season in that position.
Pool is pla)ing the other half, com
peting Willi Jones. He will probab!)
start the first game because of Jones
The first game of the season is sched
uled fur next Friday with the Deaf anil
Dumb Institute of Fullon, but there is
a probability that the game will no be
pla)ed because the institute does not
md the Fulton
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enkamp of St. Louis, stale champion.
Orville M. Barnctt, champion of the Co
lumbia Ccunlry Club, and Nick Cave,
champion of the Fullon Country Club.
MANY TO SEE BIG SERIES
wen the championship twice during his
three )ears in school.
M)tton has been playing exceptional
golf of late and only Thursday he made
the University course in 31, which is
within one stroke of the record for this
Jack is from St. Joseph and was
medalist in the city tournament there two
years ago; being runner up in this same
Larger Demand for Polo Grounds
Seats Than in J921.
r UnutJ Frets.
New Yoit-c, Sept. 30 Officials of the
Cianls and the Yankees maintain that
there is a larger demand for world scries
seats this )car than there was in 1921
and that the general attendance ought
to pass last fall's figures.
On the surface there is nothing to in
dicate that another private world series
is coming to the Polo Ground., but New
York is too big to show any ripples of
excitement about an) thing. The big
town also lacks the partisan interest that
would be manifested in any of the big
western towns. New York knows that
New York is bound to win the world's
championship and the average fans care
rot whether it is the Ciaals or thi
All of the old ballpla)cr who have
found jobs around the Polo Grou ids are
one in backing the Ciants to win the se
ries simply because "Mac" will be on
the bench directing the play. Many of
the .Minor League club owners and
managers arriving for the series, express
the same belief.
Nearly all the fans, especial!) the
)ounger ones, however, figure the Yanks
to be sure winners on the strength of the
pitching staff and belief that Babe Ruth
will be in better condition to do some
thing this year.
decision on the date will be made.-
Bloving Packing Storage
470 TRANSFER CO.
Office: Opposite Wabash Sta.
Remade like new; featherbeds made
We also make new mattresses.''
COLUMBU MATTRESS FACTORY
Eagle Lunch Room
up over the
White Eagle Dairy.
the game. Coach Bluiner is insisting
that the Fullon team play becaLse the
remainder of his season is closed.
A tie lietween the JJrowns and the
Yankees for first place is closer to real
iration, but toda)'s game. New York
Boston, seems an insurmountable ob
stacle. "Can the Sox take another?"
is the anxious query. If Boston should
ia.e ine uuai game louaj arm inci , .,; !,,. l;
Browns Win from Chicago, it is ihuug'it " "wSJ ' 2- Jr. rt : t. .,,
j i .tsavttf sax. wiuua t iihili mil
ine vvasmngion team, in me lanKees
Will Your Dad's
Sacrifice Be Lost?
FOR RENT One single room and
three double rooms for men. 12178
FOR RENT To boys; two very desir
able rooms, hardwood floors, hot watei
heat, phone 222. 907 College ave. 301lf
FOR RENT 2 desirable rooms
Bxstern brick apartment, preferable to
girls. Will give breakfast. 1403 Wal
nut. Phone 593 Black. 8tf
FOR RENT A large front room for
tuo girls. New furniture. 403 College
or phone 1148-Red. L4tf
I0R RENT To man student, one-
half room with uppcrclassman. Phone
7 Red. F19-tf
-FOR RENT Large, well furnished
rooms for couples or men; close in. 201
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 966 White. 3tf
WANTED Stenographic work. Phone
for stenographer at 837 from 8 to 10 a.
m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Work called for.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Ore pair tortoise shell glasses
in leather case. Return to McAllisters
Market and receive reward. 29-30
LOST Black scarf with silver links
between Virginia Ave. and President's
house." Reward. Phone 1192-whitc. 29-30
LOST White and black Llewelyn
setter, 5 months, "old. $5.00 reward lor
return or information leading to return.
Phone 172. B26ti
FOUN13 A collie dog, young but full
grown. Phone 1837 Black.- 26-29
LOST Brown leather hand bag con
taining $20.00. Lost Saturday night
between Wjbash station and Broadway.
Liberal reward for return to Missourian
final game before the World Series,
might, with the dependable Walter
Johnson on the mound, win and give the
Browns a half-interest in the pennant.
The Browns have two games with the
White Sox while the Yankees play one
with Boston and another with Wash
ington. Yesterda)'s scores 1 to 0 and
3 to 2, show that the race has become
a hard fought affair, V. ith tl c stake
so high it is thought the Browns will
come through with two wins, but Bos
ton or Washington, by losing one: game,
may settle the race with the Browns in
LOST Black coat and tan hat at
Fairgrounds Sunday. Reward. J. S,
Knight. 609 Rollins, phone 324.
WASHINGS Called for and deliver
ed. Phone 1610. 27-30
FOR RENT Rooms for boys very
handy reasonably priced. Phone 767
WANTED Girl room mate, block
from University. Phone 1010 White af
FOR RENT Rooms for boys. Very
handy; reasonably priced. Phone 767-
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
tear University in nearly new modern
house. Call 981 White or see them at
518 S. Williams. N18-tf
FOR RENT-Room for boys. 717 SIo.
Are. or call 761-Rcd. 2lf
FOR RENT Room and board for
aan and wife. 717 Mo. Ave or phone
761 red. C6-tf.
TOR RENT One room and board,
801 Locust St-, $7.00 per week. 2-5tf
ter 6:30 P. M.
WANTED TO exchange foor good
Hereford eowa, for apan of work mules,
not over four years old. Jack Burks.
Huntsdale. Mo. , B-3t
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Stated Communication Tues
day, October 3 at 7:30 p. m.
Annual elfeciion of officers.
FOR RENT At Pemberton Hall.
just acos. th .treet from main entrance!
LAWN MOWER GRINDU.C
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. All Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTHUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769 Red 100 Dorsey St.
room for boys.
vtr n Tiviri
One doul-'e, one single j, Rel E$(a,e' ,jn$ and Tnsurlnce.
i Phone 246-Red
MURPHY BACK FROM TOLEDO
Abies. Pitcher for Dallas, Tex-
Also Enters School.
The return of Leo Murph), last year's
Varsity catcher and student vice pres
ident, from Toledo, where he has just
closed the season with the American As
sociation, and the enrollment in the
School of JoOrnalism of O. A. Abies,
pitcher from Dallas, Texas, League, "aJJl
two more professional ball players to our
Arrangements are being made to have
the St. Louis Browns in Columbia soon
for an exhibition game. Around these
two men and "Shucks" Pruett Colum
bia could build a team worthy to com'
pete with the Browns.
WIN A GAME
Pitching Helps Defeat
gma Uu fraternity ileleated
Sigma Alpha Epsilon in a 'luv.ly phjeii
baseball game on Rollins Field )ctcr
da) afternoon, 13 to 2.
The Sigma Alphas were not able to
score on Lovirance until the latter part
of" the game. W)att. Anderson and Mc
Millan worked on the mound for Sigma
Alpha and Low ranee for the Sigma Chi.
The lineup was as follows: bigma
Alpha Epsilon Vitt. Anderson, L. Keif-
fer, .McMillan. L. D)ke. Kraue, Dick-
enson, B. Kciffer and Wvatt.
Sigma Chi Terry, Davis Miller, Ta)
lor, Lo ranee, SIiaH, Thomas, Meeker,
SCHOOL FOOTBALL BEGINS
I Your education has cost him several
f thousand dollars. You intend to pay
J; him back, of course, but had you ever
thought of the possibility that you may '
never have a chance to do that?
You can be absolutely sure that he
doesn't lose all that he has invested in
you by carrying life insurance.
Drop in and talk it over.
Phone 578 305 Exchange Bank Bldg.
(No. 2 of a series)
With the Tiger Talkers
Bolla silver w.ta
Ting for chain or
Blues and Tigers Play Tomorrow.
The Columbia Blues will play the
Boonville Tigers at Fairgrounds Park
tomorrow afternoon. Manager George
Scott has announced that it may be the
last game the negro club will becfm
last time the negro club will be seen
this season. Viven, the speed) south
paw, will hurl for the local team with
Bagb) behind the plate.
of all kinds.
bought and sold
I -WW. w ... ,- ,
Benton to Play Jefferson, and Lee
To Meet Grant Next AVeek.
Benton will play Jefferson and Lee
will meet Grant in the opening games of
the Cdumbia grade school football
league next veek. The first game will
1e plajcd Monday afternoon and the
second on Wednesday.
School enthusiasm in the Columbia
schools is higher than ever because of
the football games, according to the I
principals of the schools.
The student council, which is arrang
ing the schedule, will meet next Satur
day All games will start at 4:30 and
will be pla)cd on the Columbia High
FOR Ttrvr n,.;..i.t. imfn;Ji,..r
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Water and gas In kitchen. 203 College, XFalloarjer and Decorating.
r phone 494. B18tf.CaIl 866 Virginia Bldx.
FOR RENT Three-room apartment
over Johnston Bros. Grocery. 9 N. 8th
M-, immediate posx ina. Phone 1914.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal.
Pall 47(1 or 88 Opposite Wahah Sta
Franklin County Coal
Ground floor Phone 259
No man likes, a slow train!
or a long wait in a barber!
You can't make trains run I
on your own schedule,!
but )ou can
AVOID A LONG WAIT
by dropping in at
An artist behind every chair,
Well Boys, It's
a Good One!
See the Blues N
Last game of
(the colored baseball demons)
Sunday, Oct 1
Fairgrounds 3 p.m.
Admission 50c children 25c
You will want to know
what the whole bunch
think of Tiger prospects.
Th JUNIOR sex
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