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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUPJAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1022
iw Ae Field of Sport
I'rmlui lion of the moilc of advance fea
tured b) Lewis.
Lincoln cane milin tluouph Saturday
v.itli ilio determination iliat herald- his
prratot car in football. Barrinc ae-
ATrPl") r",7ArTT?T T r'1,cn' ami a rctenal of hU tlmninc
UVi-fiv VLlLNiNillLL'SurJa) a, a jirouml gainer. l.i;per
'of all-alle Imr.ors arc alrcj-l hi". Ap-
part-nlli he 'tiff-armol I" vj) through
tl.c Crinnell Ionian! wall at will, and
particular!) showed off In- rolling,
Lincoln and Iviiiglii St ir in Con
1(l si-huiniiiKT Is Only
Giu:ilt of Game.
:00D DEFENSIVE FORM
Antes" Defivt Iiy Ct;e College
"Wake- I'lo.-pcrt-: Bright
for nol!ier Win
kMCIIT AIMsirs IMIVllls
As heralded In the f.ns, on a wet field.
Joimnj Knight was in hi c!einnt, snilj
' raced throjgh with a remarkable same
'at the rear wins position. A a de
Ifmsiic plaer and a jin for the Grin
Ivc'l aerial' attack. Jolinn) amascd inen
Itioiuhle honors and deihertd well as a
Ca.VMin l!jiis.tr idjiril hi zrcatcsl
are footlull IUr-. th MU-oun Tigers i furr, r th; ear a: i.ifrn-iic takle. and
. . . I .1... -.MT. .fl..-.:.i.il. 1....!.. .1 I. .!. r.T .
a3l!1 u KiiT-liaiiu utc ti3;iioy 01 irifiijiiij umim- iii-'iru lor o pyiiion
r.rstrrn "tt,'j" and won hack t!:i- enn
(..omul;: tltrf'iph with a feries, of fea-
defers" to tl row serious :Ia into tli
ercm) earning group. Kci!) is groom
ing Hunker for an offcne tackle, and
considering llie fa-- that he his piajed
defensive center for tvo cars, hi slow
ing Siturda) wa cicciddl ireilitahle.
Lewi - piajed a gtmd ga.xe at guard
throrghout the r-intr! and Kmillu at
fur t.":i!v 1"T eo:n:ng lnm tl:- Juwa center, corrolxiraicd the liel for
s!d ami a pun) drive from the of-1 inanent imsition. ("harle- a-i
fidcace i f t'le fan- Satrrdaj in ill
u'"-- vn tor- our Criumll.
ll'Tc prmgs high oicc more in th
T-pcr 'i,r -irre Vnr s lc nc: niatt'i on
ll- i! I 'r-t to oe College, ;i!nh
21 h V. itli reports of a jMs-irh
-. dojc seems to favor Mi
wip iter Ante next 5at-
pi favored the
u vt ver.
!n -jiunlav's gane. a iHiuttiiful siiov.
m: o! ! "thall thrills flared mi at all
n,:!i- o! tin game. Allan Licciln
f'!tv-vri anaular kirk sjilm
esact prt i. .11 through the goal
fur a hinh- tl.ne. was an echo of Churk
reached the plane of his goal Saturdav
after three cars of hard fight in which
he had been ab-ent from onlv one
! practice. He piajed a good game at
tackle Sjturda) in his firt conference
romix-lition. l)oub!le the enil of the
's'ason will sec him delivering a reliable
with 'game at the miif-vving Nation.
pots; Jolnnv Wal'h got Ids fir-t cinfercnce
.ain. Jolir.il Knight's fiftv--d
angling -print was a vivid re-
he connected with
and raced acros
five vatd- of enemy territory for his
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Six Insertions for 5c a Word.
Saturday's root ball Scores.
1 THE ALL.
Missouri 23. Orinnell 0.
Kansas Aggies 47, Wa-hburr. 0.
Nebraska 66, South Dakota 0.
Coe 21. Araes 0.
Drake lf. Conicil College 0.
Ilamlinc Tt Creighlon 1 . 6.
Washington 1 1, Kolla f).
Ha-Wll 31. rriends 7.
Arkansas U. 22, Drury 0.
IN Tllltn EsT
.Minnescta '22, North Dakota U.
Chicago CO, Ceorgia 0.
Notre Dame 26, St. Louis V. 0.
.Michigan -!8, Cae 0.
Northwestern 17. Heloit 0.
Iowa 61. Knox 0.
Purdue 10, Jar.ies .Milliken 0.
Wisconsin I!, Carlclon 0.
Ohio S:a,V 5. Oil!:) Weslcvan 0.
Jlichtgan Aggies 7, Albion 7.
Indiana 0, Depauv. 0.
Californta 80. .Marines 0.
p. tiil r-.sl
Ann) 13. Kansas, 0.
I'rinccton 5, irginia 0.
Harvard 20, Ho:) Cross 0.
ale 18, .North Carolina 0.
N'avj 71, V, rs'.er.i Itescrve 0.
IVnivlvanta 27. I uivers.tv of Su
Ijfavette 7, Pitt-burgh"!.1. 0.
Cornell 65. Magaran 0.
Columbia 13. Amher-t 6.
Svracuse32. New York V. 0.
Dirlraoi'lh V). Maine 0.
1'inn State 20; Uttl.sbarg 0.
Washington and Jefferso-i l'l, iM-thauv
IN THE SOLTII
Ctntrc 5j. Mi.i-sippi 0.
Georgia Tcili 19, Davidsjn 0.
Ipany, 1101 S.
Michigan arenue, Chicago,
F0K SALE Ivjge refrigerator, couch,!
oool:ae. mattresses. "Springs, rug,' WANTED Papering to do;
Ivpewriter, bicjele stand and basket, and' work at 30c a roll. Telephone
carbide lamp8, porch settee and porch
L,i. 1'hor.e 379 green. 411 llitt St. SITUATION WANTED
FOI! SLK Early latched leghorn
pullets and earling hens. I S. Barku5.
Phone 5J9. 27tf
1 WANTED Stenographic work. Thone
i for stenographer at S37 from 8 to 10 a.
' m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Work called for.
FOII SILE 1 Oakland
twing car. Cood condition.
Lcrccht Garage, 213 N. Sth
KOO.MS TOR RENT
first touchdown. Alternating his end po
sition with Ha)6, another initiate, and
with Schwimmer holding his Iad at the
other wing, Ke!I)"s corner work escaped
critici-m. While the end candidates
were not plaving offensive ball, the
came back with a vengeance at the de
Credit goes lo Ker-havv for his ad
mirable lead in piloting the learn. HU
headwork and his abilitv in forcca-tnig
enem) p!a) made his station out-tand-
3 to 0 but llie Tigers ha J a liard fight t j IX A. tu!r, ihe same as in city leagues, j
iLeat them by the saa.e margin of three . fpec;a match was played Friday
the first light on the strength of llie oth- '3 to 0 hi
it. ItoKWtfS 1 l.i- rTitf.r, .iwt I- onf. .,. Pll'n. rtl.l .. .V,..., .1 I.,
, the Kansas-rmy garae lieldjWhat the Tigers will find when they
oi aUrailioti in I.jn-'-.i!ifcrcri(e jioarnev tit ihe Iv..-i seh.ir.l l!i!s fjtliir.liv-
circles for iwo rca-ons it was th-first in-j where they furnish the main attracti-m
ii-rseclii.-'al game of the season between. for their homecoming, is a conjecture.
I the East ami V.e-: and 1knm.c the day ,71m the Iowa Aggies will fijJn lo the IaI
1 u not i Jar distant wh-n the Jayhawk , whistle, goes without saying.
( and Tiger "elevens fitil their comnon lat- , Notre Dame had little trouble in annex
te on IlnUini Fidd. Krt.ra ail reports ing a decisive 26 lo 0 victory from S..
j the JtvJiiwkcrs ame through with a great i-Lnuh Lniversity at South Bend. Ind Sat
ih..itle again-t the ead.is at We.-i l'oinl .urday. The Iiilhkcns were powcrlc-s on
lturday afternoon. While reports from the offen's but their defensive plajing
I n 1 jtm inrl!s a !. !. I .. . t
' r llVi Pf F' i Til ej-icmcrs was a great surprise lo me Heavy .nlre
ftli,J 1'L.M UC..O si a.J u,c beaten them by the margin ' Dane line and charging 1 a-k. Spectacu-
1 1 thrtv touilii.ovn- thj ...r,- sl.. A.n.M t. ....... r:!.i . :..- i... ,u- v. i
i- - ,.v.7 .i ,untt., i.i ,nn im millllll llj I1IL .1-J1IL 111SL' ,
,.... ii .: warriors ot -j-.-ug llc-i tuacks accounteJ in a large mea.-ure for!
( held the We-I I'oinler- compo-icl) at bav ' the top heavy score. j
daring the second half a.in in ihe final ! The Soor.ers suffered the same fate
i -tapes of the cMs: threatened lo cro,sw!::ch befell ihe Bengal, in their Freh-'
I the cadets soal line. Me dams. Kansas man-Varsity game, the Oklahoma first-'
,.f lia""CCk' as the shining li-Iit of the in-1 siring winning by the margin of a hme
, . raiting eleven,
Loe Oul-Classed in Eael
Game Pilriii-13 aiul Hit-
tins of Winners Is the
night between the Collin brothers and
the Columbia team, the lailer team win
ning by a score cf ninety-four pins. High
ten went to Gillespie of the Columbia
team with a score ef 193. Tracy of the
Gillins Brothers team shot high thirty
with 510. ;
Dr. J. B. r0!e
Osteopath,' . ,
Exchange Nat'l Bk. BWjj
Series Slums Dijadvanlagf
Team liuill Around Few
Stars Uuih lb a
former Track Man
Earl I!. .Maxwell. B. S. in Agricul
ture, 1922, spent the week-end with hi
larents cat of Columbia and attended
ihe football game Saturday. Maxwell
was on the track team in 1920, '21 and
running the lialf mile. He is fi-lj.
man for the Mis-ouri State Marketing
Bureau al Jefferson City.
Copy Wort Dictation
Business letters, lectures, depositions
theses, etc., books ojencd, po-ted and
Baldwin & Edwards
300 Cuitar Bhlg. I'honc
The Nev. York Giant, champ; i
the National 1 eague are ag! 1
champions, throng'i fuperior Ira"'
managerial abilitv and team ro!. ! .
The Yankee. :T-casrd r 'our -
ami held to a tie ii aioihr. v.r' I" !p
Ii lieftre ihe undcria'el pit-hia" of
llie Giants and disheartened bv their un
expected hitting power.
It i. fre'v said b sjmrt authorilii--that
llie New York Yarlees were beaten
aftir the fir.-t two difiats and filmillvsj
it. Their half-hearted effort, at ba" run
ning and work at the plat- clearlv !io-ve-l
demoralization. Th" failure ' "Babe"
Ills l.ne j.Iunging. pas-in; ' touchilown. According to reports the
in whHi he o'ltdistamed iSiKiners have another winnine team in the
making anil will lurnisli .Missouri p'cntv
BOWLING LEAGUE DISCUSSER
Lis army ad.rr-ar). were features of i'io
caine. ;iurgetn a: ItillliatL and Mrlaii (I competition on the occa'-ion of ih-i
at run: rail plave-.I a -plend.'d game for .Iioriecoming fcslhites at Norman.
Hie Kansaii, a- did Hcidlein at ccnt-r.
Injuries to nilsiii, the Javvluuks' iu
quar.T, fnrec-I hiin to !ce ine gara dar
ing is ia'Iy siapes. Further injury I,
hi broken nesc. recrive-l two we!. a"
in seiiii.maje, rcte.tJliiI ''is reliiexei!
There can be no doubt thai Kansas lu
a sirong ti-ara in the making and the an-
ai I'OTircoming game liclvcea tl- two
teams tuts ytar will have an added sj-vi.
I!uth, with his three lots for t'.- scries i"anee due to the game ;-aturiL,v.
dcmonstratctl the ili -adv jnlaze if a leirat I sinr ilnv inin during vari ias tag
built around stars whtn comtt,ng with cf the gam-. Nebraska had no trouble i
a team playing a a unit, v.ilh a iiui' !!:' ' running up a f 6 to 0 ount again'l !" a'
oLIue of .MtGrav, al tlie hem:. 'Dakota State College. That the f
Four straight victories -h iw ti.e iruil.nl l.ukr are going to have an eleven
disparity in the two team, ami laciden- ir.uclneil strength, goes withu
tallv make, tin- chance for next vear's " Willi an ojxn ilale t
Si. Louis Browns ni briahtir. . 'I'1' Nebrjskans have two
Yesterday- game, the final one of the xI"l ,,,"' 'a"3 ih T'?ir " L.--""
erie. was similar to the opeiin: ra.ne. "' '!""-r .'""""? ?an.e.
Thr Yankee- le.1 up to the .ighth. with! n"ns true : form. Cw College
ihe able as-i-tane- of -Bul'et Joe" , --"" "" ,'m, '"" """ -"'"'- a
Industrial Teams Expected to Enter
rians for the opening of a Thilo Bowl
ing Alley League were issued Fridav
night ! d number of Columbia bov.i'ir.g
fan al the Thilo Bowling alleys. Accord
ng to ihe plans made, it is cjpectcd tlu;
T light or ten team representing xariou
indusi'Iis f Columbia will be ready h:
he initial match on October 23. C. G
Apdrran. owner of the alleys, aid thai
:h hague would be run according lo I
Make Your Spare Time Pay Dividends
We have an attractive offer that means real money to
men who are willing to earn it. Juniors and seniors,
who are acquainted with the town and student bodv, are
desired References absolutely essential.
For appointment write.
P. T. Lee,
I ' 111
ut sav- ft. .
h:s s-aluruv, I
v.etks of r -. '
niCSIIMAN ttudent desires po-ition
fxylinder t ia. j,;, niicnscs through the Iniver
r ii ri. i -. ., . .....
i.ii. n'-is,!. si,,, srme-ier. lias nail lour years!
c. Tin.f ... . J .
s i. iiu j i-iperienr in advertising work. ill take
aiv ".j-.u ot wort. Mn able to put in
I iou' Hours i-r iiav. wants ..1.liu per
mi! RhM rrv .lrs,ral.:i- r,..,n. fr.,l'k- Bc-t of r.-f,rences. Call 396 be-
gi7fs or married couple. New
'jl Conlev. l'hone 1 1 IS.
'tween 12:."IJ and ! p. m.
, ' " lost XxdTfound
FOB KENT To bojs; two very desir
title room. Iiardveood floor, hot water
beat, phone 222. 907 College avc. 33ltf
1 I.OT Key ring with keys. Bank of
Fergerson identification tag. Bcturn to
Missourian Office. B'-v.ard. A31-36
J OK KENT To raan
half room with upperciassman.
Phone 741 1 ""LOST Brown leather hand bag enn
H9 tf j Mining f20.0'). Lost Saturday night
! Iietvveen W?basi station and Broadway.
student, one- Liberal re.v-ar.l for return lo Missourian
FOB KENT-Large, wrll furnished
rooras for ciKiples or men; close in. 201
O'lege, Piione 183:)-While. 11.19-tf.
KOOJIS FOR BENT Two rooms in
g'Xhl condition close to
Phoae K6 White.
I.UINgma Uii fraternity pin.
tost lietween Dumas Apt. and Zela
Beta Tail house. Or on University to
th- igma Chi house. Initials on pin
arc P. S. M. Keward. Call 933 White.
LOT B'twcn Freilcndall's and Es-ti-s.
store, fluid's kid gloves, fip-r call
FOIt BENT Boom3 for Loys very
I and) reasonably priced. Phone 767-"-J-
I OK KENT-Kooms for Iy. Wrv
handy; icawiaahly priced. Phone 767-'
' K310lfj LOST Black coat and Ian hat
FOB KENT t Pemberton Hall,! Fairgrounds Sunday. Keward. J.
jrt aco.-s te street from main entrance ' Knight, 609 Koliins, phone 321.
I.lpsT Colhe dog. If you find
him nlurn to Budihe Luias and receive
icvard. or phone Ki0.
room for bov.
rOK KENT Ihrcc-ioom
jonaston i;ro. l.roccry. y .V Kiii)
M, irancdiate possession. Phone 1911. '
lOIi KENT Good 7-room modern j
Loue bffveen Loeu't and Tenth; newly '
d-'oratcd. S-e J. A. Stewart, Exclangc ,
National Bank Building. S-22'f i
LOST ( rank cac from Chalm--rs Six
on S-xton Koad or north Garth. I'c
v.anl if !-fi al Taylor's Garage, or phone
Jnhni ie Mack at Taylor'-. X-39
KOI)K UNIsiUM'r-Trial Order.
S-nd 2oc and roll for. 6 beautiful g!osi
tone prints or ft reprints. Fast scr-v:e-.
Div-Night Studio, Sedalia, Mo.
rOK KENT Apartment in West
ood; 4 room, bath, closet, hall, porch
sail small garden. Very" desirable loca
tion; rent reasonable. Call 1117 after
1 P. m.
lOIi KENT Two large unfurnished
nims for light housekeeping, light,
ater and lat furnished. Cjll 1076
tfd or 872 . Broadwav. T33tf
FOII KENT -Two large unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping; light.
a!er and heat furni'hed. f .all 1706-r-d
or S17 W. Broadwav. T33tf
No. 602, A. F. & A. M.
Special communication Tues
day, October 10 al 7:30 p.
m. first degree work.
Louis iNemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Green.
rOIi BENT -2
large room for light
first floor, for couple.
OBDEK OF DEMOLAY
Meeting and entertain
ment Monday. October 9.
1922 at Acacia Hall, Hitt
and Broada) at 7:30.
F. P. Gass, M. C
ROAM) AND ROOM
fiOOM AND BOARD For two lmvs.i
'heap. Ncvv modern bouse, 1602 Cau
lliorn Street. 3tf
BOARD AND ROOM For girl; j
hoard for both boys and girls. 110 1 J
Paquin. 309lf t
LAWN MOWER GRINDING
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired.
Umbrella Work. All Kinds of
General Repair Work.
NORTIIUP REPAIR SHOP
Phone 769-Red 100 Dorsey St.
IS It, MM. TTM3tTL IFFLClVE
As ilown after down aw the Tiger
line literallv trawling under the Clin
nell opposition, meritabie credit is due
to Coat h Kellv and his principVs of t
line building. The Crinnell line, phvingj
higlu were unable lo estimate the'r
urpri-e as play bv plav found them re
IKisedly riiling into iheir trrritory on the , ;
backs .if ihe Tiger linesmen. While a "'
lot of hard drill is demanded lo tlevelopj
the quiu-atiun of our hne, already it is
showirg gootl defensive form, and with
the crawling attribute, should dvvc'op
ielo gol offense bv the i-m! nf ih,- mi-
The only -ero'Us injury from th
matth came lo Harrv chwimmer, enil.
who is quartered at Parkir Memorial
Hospital with a sprained aikle. I! r
ports annoiinie that he vill be able ! j
play in the Ames game, however. Iljker. !
for Crinnell. received a frcctured v.ri-l
for the single remai.iing accident of lh
Generally, ihe fans were atisfi,-,l with
5-aturdav's showing, bul reviewing th
mes conflicl as ihe next station. a?A t
glimp-cs of a 66 lo 0 win lo the credit ,
ef Nebraska a? the opjtosition for the
next slop, the trip lo conference Inir-MJ!
ors presents a itangerous roa'I ol aoven
Bush, ihe 'ea.ling pitchT for iioth ,
leagues during the srj.o'1. In ibis in
ning, the t-iants ttarted an assault that'
netted three runs and pl.t the chsmio.i !
hip on ice. with the score 5 to 3, v.liicli ,
prcved lo ! f.nal.
The Yankee- were ab'e to mile 1 b I
3 hit-, all singles, and none for Kntii.
from ihe offerings of Arllw Nehf, s ititi.- (
law of ihe Giants, while the Giar.t.t
were lurnmcring oat 10, including a two
score of 21 to 0. La-t jcar ihi
sellout wh.ppid the ( vclo.it'- b
small Iowa I
: a -.-ore of
Tenth Year Hero
Elvira Bldg. Phone
Insurance of all Kinds
Real Estate bousht and sold
LOSE TO mY
UunLu Ites.ult- Show Kan-a-, '
Nebraska and Oklahoma '
Strong Team. .,
While the Tigers w-ie el iiing lhe;r '
fir-t hurdle in the cnferenie rae- I' d
feitiua Giinni Ik alurda-. afo m.,n, t:i- ,
othtr team in the Valley, although not I
playing conference gam-. v,r- prir.u e
themselves for th I la h"vvdn,.n '- .SO.") Broadway
plaving outside l-iri- to. re tilts of a
few of the games p.'avi ! ". tunlav sheds, Ground l'loor
I insurance 1
Wr Rental hJ
C. II. S. TO PLAY CAKKOLLTOX
Kcwpics Kirst Scheduled FihiIIuiII
Game of Season Is Fridaj.
Otlumhij Ilipli nil! 'U Carnilto:t
Iliph Schnol in th? firs-l v:Ia-lu!fl ft
hall pan tif ilie 192J wanm nil Cjutli
nrn Held Frida) afternwn.
(x-ach niumcr" Kcupc iiere de
feated h t!ie Odumhia High S:hHd J
umni in a practice paaic la-! werk h a
cre of 7 to 0.
The KewpU !)nutd a fair! -tron
line and propxt of a fa4-! hackficld.
The) will prohahl cimInaJ: witli ;h
lfniersit fre-Iiman team one day tin
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
greatest picture since "The Birth of a Nation"
Head a most imposing cast.
"Home Cooking Served in
LUNCH V- 1 30
TEA 2-5 I
DINNER 600-7." j
V. B. PALMER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
i Hione 216-Red Room 304
' DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
WANTED Salesman with car. Cordj Best Central Illinois Coal,
lirrs at prices bemw competitor. $100.00 1 Call 178 or 88 Opposite Wabash Sta.
il - ,4ii - ll.d... .i!-an Tire l ..ra- lYinilin C-ointjr Tual
Parties a Specialty.
Special Dinners, Wednesday,
Friday, and bunday to Reser
Lunch, Tea and Dinner Daily.
202 S. 9th.
On account of the extremely high cost of this
picture, prices of admission will lie:
IMatinees 30c Evenings 30c 10c
Come Early First Show 7:15 promptly.
The Sensation of the
Campus Coming Soon
Lefty "Shucks" Pruett
Will tell how. he fanned BABE I?.UTH and others.
MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Thursday, November 2 Auditorium, Jesse Hall
Under the Auspices of the
University Debating Board
for i n
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