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FOR SALE If jou Imc $250 cash
tou can IiU) one of the best real estate
bargain in town. Tour large rooms, re
crptinn hall. .Modern except heat. 8
lira kliadc trees, scleral Jruit trees.,
Lot oTM-xWi. Two Mods from
Broadwa). Must sell by Saturday night.
Call at K00 Richardson or phone 1035
FOR SALE Heater Baker Peerfesa
717, used two seasons. Good as new.
J'lione 860 Green. S51tf
FOR SALE-New Ford Sedan, manu
facILrcd in September. Excellent con
dition. Address box W. 29. Missourian.
FOR SALE Ijte model speedster,
Clierolct F-B. Mu't be sold by 4 p. m.
Frida. Leaing cit). Proctor Garage.
FOR SALE Clarinet,
M-tem low pitch Bb in
I'hone 1133 Black, or call at 1212 Wal
FOR BENT-One large furnished
room for boys, with two beds. Price
reasonable. 304 N. 8th or ohonc 540
-THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1922'
In the Field of Sport
rnp nrvr . . .
'"" "w i. uniamtsncd rooms in
rnodern.housJlOjCO cich. Phune 1814. j
IN SIGHT FOR
('nnt'liri RmrtnT Ptmlax
FOR RENT-For g!tl5, ,K0 fpeaMi ' Fa ,"" "3 .'7 I
"V ' . ..- uxavts
rAnma nwm. I.. If til r ..
.ui;,, uuc uau uiock uom wnite cam-'
pus. -403 College Ae., phone 1148 red.
interesting characters in the wrestling
I game. He is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Vienna, receiwng a degree in
law, speaks eleven languages, but what
he is proudest of, since 1910, when he
was thrown by Frank Gotc,h, Zbyszko has
wrestled 940 matches without losing a
fall. Although forty years old, the age
when mot athletes are through, he is
( doing as good or better than eer before
in his career.
I, had left a combination of stars that
promised to develop into a wonder teanij
in iv.ii, nut it was a big disappoint-
j Last fall Princeton prospects for a
winning team this jear were so slim'
that all the friends of the Tigers were
wearing mourning for them.
Princeton footed everyone and pos-
of Last Year's Team-
UK KtAT Desirable rooms for girls) ROTJNn
for second term. Phone 750 Black. i "u""
F84-93. 1 ,..;
TOR RENT Desirable rooms for girls,
no extra charges for electricity or laun
dr). 1416.Rosemary. Phone 1254 white.
Smith, Walsh and
JOR RENT Very desirable single
room, for University or business girls.
At 1205 Paquin. Phone 1231 Green.
FOR RENT One room for
87-88 406 Matthews. Phone 46 red.
FOR SALE Sasoned hard wood
sawed in lengths to suit.' Phone 33R.
FOR SVLE Fumed oak library table,
good as new. Phone 577 red. P86-91
ruii s.ii-r. i.noice lot auxlu on
the corner of Rosemary Lane and Wil
liam St, Phone 18. K86tf
FOR RENT One double and one sin-
gle room for girls, one and 'one half
i77 , eTT4. "" J m,om. including Kansas, Kansas Aggies, N,
..... i.E,o.iMB-OI',rlsLa anJ
FOR RENT Two newly decorated ! ha"r slronz ,eams
furnished, rooms. 1217 E. Broadway.! F"e Missouri letter men are back and
Close to business section, close to Uni- 'tree stars of last year's Freshman team
ersity. Phone 869 Red. 85-87 h" a'50 reported for duty. Browning,
YALE FOR 1923
Iff ifYFRATT T7Tn7 y thtnw'Ivt-''r coming through
-- v s XJ iXl J1J X XllJJi '" 'ne champion team uf the cast.
The Tigers still haic a joung team
Blue and White's Varsitv Snuarl ?nd ' m.Koptt u Me '" kP th
r n i hi i J. 3lUaa f"n becoming too cplimi-tic, the Tigers
Loses Unly Three Reg- of 1923 ought to be another great team,
Ulars Through Grad- perhaps a greater.
Uation. i "tn a back 6eld consisting of Bar-
. 'chet, Norris, McKee and Cullen avaiU
HARVARD LOSES BUELL aI,Ie for ""' J tar-,1,e Nav- '- sure
- .of another strong teaai.
Crimson Coaches Will Have Bjrcl,e i one of the best backs in
Difficulty in Findinc Man !!'c "lu L,"' h' ". ony a '",Ie bc,,cr
, E"n c. s ,nan ,he 5,lm Norris j-oungster. who in
to h 111 btar Quar- 'three jears ought to develop into a won-
ter's Place. ,der.
the last dav in Noitmber thi vearervi r 1".W r,-,. vet I oint has KM , ocl read)' for
member on the Alissouri football sqjad t New York. Dec- 7. Cloom that set-, er,'cr CRa!n neTt ,car and ,!"' Sr"r
conscientiously followed the training ,kd ,er raany big campus when lhe'1,aclc " a ,eaIa a,m0'1 !n binvlf. The
rules as set forth b) the coaching staff. tfinal curtain dropped on the 1922 foot- Army lofcs sone Ec"' li"c""-n, bjt that
Among the orders set forth b (he J,a" s3500 is being tempered with thai s.nou,1 be no worry as long as condi-
ches are: abstinence from uw of to- OM nr 'o die hope "We'll do belter "on -cx'51 """"f " Psible to go
out and com nice great football plajers
with two or three jears experience win-e-where
that the Army is a great life.
24 S. 9th.
915 Broadway .
CIGARETTES AND SOFT
1 DRINKS INDICATE END ,
OF FOOTBALL SEASON.
Wheat all First-Ypir ATpn 5raol'cu a c,areIIS- ll,,s " an
iVr ,,' tV f'i-'eareni answer a member of the football team
Will Fight for Places (gao when asked what was the first thing
On Five. ' 'le did 'o break (raining.
From the first week in September to
Willi the football season general!)
considered a, successful one, Columbia
fans turn to the popular winter game,
j - tract ice nas uecn unaer way seierai
girls at weeks but it lias not been let out yet
L85-87 who can be depended upon to carTy the t bacco and soft drinks; keeping hour
.Missouri colors tnrougn tne season. which means not going to shows or .Many fine prospects, sown like seed-"
A schedule, the same as last jear's, j dances; and keeping to a prescribed this time last fall, blossomed a year
will include eery teauiltnJJbe Valle),'diet. It is rather hard to gie up ua-, later, onlv to wither .in A;. : .1..
tries and weet foods, but at the train- pointment. Yale is the Ket rmnl f
Oklahoma, which ala)s'ing table which the squad had this jear that established leeend nf fnnil.-,!!-.
only tne nest ana mot wholesome loon "You neer can telL"
was sened. Material left at Yale after the close
Most of the members of thi
' VI! Mr r
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED t furnished rooms
light housekeeping by December 27.
Mrs. Tilden, 824 Black. T79tf
ness men or students lor winter term:
for modern; garage. 500 Turner. Phone
Call 1 86.91
., Uaiker, raurot, an ice and Hajs are
fleasant rooms for busi-;,he letter men who hac reported. Jerr)-
Lewis, who has just completed the foot
ball season, and who is a fairly sure bet
for a guard position on the fie, report
ed for practice Monday. Walsh and
ef.L L-.l. i r i.. .
ANTED-Furnishe, 2-room apart- LOST-Red leather bill fold contain-, frcshlnln tfam are lbo oul f
ment, lmng room and bedroom, for girl ing money, owners name, and address on'n- .(,, ,Mm
between Unners-ty and Steph- it. Return to Mtjsouriin office. Reward.' c:,i, . . , k. , m, i;i.i a;.
LOST AND FOUND"
ens. Call 379 Red,
FOR RENT New 8-room brick house.
Soudi side S7500 per month. Weathers
Realty Co. Phone 272. 87-89
date for center. He is 6 feet 2 inches
tall and weighs 199 pounds.
Walsh, end on the Varsity football
team, is almost sure to get into the fray.
as he has shown that he has the neccs-
LOST Notes concerning recreation
1 among Columbia school children. On '
scratch paper, between Library and
fsco Hall refill oah rrlu. v r
wr.iL - sary tight, waisii weigns aDoui itso
FOR RENT-3 room furnished apart-1 , ,. 1 an ","' L , L
ment, modern, possession after Dec 20. ' l-OST-T,re and rim 32x1 for Velie. As for the Varsity basketball men who
Phone 132. 31 1 Hitt. L86tf Fln5fr caI1 121- Reward. Scott Cun- are working, there is Browning, who
I! ningham, 404 Price acnue. 87-88 ias almost unanimously placed as a
forward on the All-Valley team last year.
HJ31 lucsday morning, one small tinnier Isn is sure to he in the li
FOR RENT Two rooms in Sampson
Apt. 1st floor north, 750 Red, for sec
ond term. R79tf
FOR RENT Well heated apartment.
Possession Dec 20. 1221 E. Bdwy. 74tf
FOR RENT 100 acre farm, well im
proved, and partly incorporated, posses
sion at once. Apply Mrs. F. M. Johnson.
r.Hone 1160 black. 75tf
Bible Class Picture to Be Made.
The Uniicrsity Men's Bib!- class of
the Broadway Methodist Church will
meet at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning to
' r ,i ln, i i j ,, . ""c F"-""- iain:n. mere are iw
team of the 1921 season looked like the mak-" ,!, ti ,11 ..:.,
hrnl trtnmtr immiultitAlv gfl( frtf in" tf nnat rt tlt& . , -.
" " B , T . , t . 1 , bi irms ccr tge attendance of almost
iiumcvuiimis gauic, diinuuii iuui ui uic 4iiiu uui ui itcw uaien anu a pros
men will'be on the basketball squad and peclite champion of the east,
will hare to obsene as rigid training lnstead 0 ;,mg up , pmmifCt hc
rules as were in effect for football. One Ya'c e!een of 1922 turned out to be one
member has also signed up for track. 0f ,he mos, disappointing represcnta-
"It seems kind of funny at first-to in- lives Eli has oer sent on the gridiron,
hale a cigarette for the first time in Perhips there was too much good ma-j
three months, but I guess I will get used tcriil. If that is the case, Yale mut
to it,' one ot them laughingly said as take heed lest the same thing happens
he walked down to a billiard parlor next year. '
where he had not been since the football. Only three regulars of the 1922 r.
Methodist students who haic attended
the clasa are invited to be in the picture.
black leather note book, 2 1-2 by 4
6th St. between Conley and Medic BIdg.
Call 1023 Black. Reward. W85-87
game. Owner J.
FOR RENT Garage at
Aie., phone 1148 red.
LOST Between Methodist Church
pand lcstwood avenue, child's" scarf.
College Reward. Phone 71 or 1387-black.
FOR RENT One apartment, newly
furnished, hardwood floors and bath.
Call 869-red. 83-87
ROOMS FOR RENt
WANTED Papering to do;
work at 30e a rolL Telephone
FOR RENT Large furnished rooms" rANTED For board anJ room rent
with lioard. second term, for girls. 1104' ,-i , jri t,.i,, , ,in ,.:, ,n-r-i
Paquin. 2221 White.
FOR RENT One large room, also 1-2
room for girls, mc block and a half from
Unier-it). Board if desired. 511 Turn
er Ave 1893 Red. L8659
FOR RENT One double room for
bo)S extra warm, for 2nd term, $20.00.
Phone 1895 Green. 609 Turner. M87tf
housework during the holidays. Apply
to 408 S. 9th, 2nd floor south. Phone
715 Black. B8&88
Among others likely to enter the
games are Donald Faurot, a forward and
letter man who showed up exceptionally
.all 1f nap liirn innuail thl ti
Il,n. 119 "" " """ "" "' "". - "'"'-
.S .....a . .L L. ...a.. t...n..v. ..an
At- q7 CU MJU1C Ul lilC 1CSl Midi .fllSUUll IttUl
Vanice is a steady player and lias bas
ketball ability.' Before OTming.jherei.he
plaved with the K. CAr"C in'Kahsas
City and was a member of that team
when it won the national A. A. U. cham
pionship in New Orleans in 1920. He
won a letter here last year.
The team will start the season at
j Grinnell January 5. On January 6 they
play Drake at Des Moines. They then
return to Columbia and on January 12
meet the Kansas Aggies here for the first
game on the home grounds.
HARD MATCH FOR 'OilAGOS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
bovs. Phone 571 Red. 1315 Rosemary.
ROOM AND BOARD Very desir
able rooms and the best board, for girls.
719 Ilitt St. Piione 810. 1187-92
FOR RENT Double and single rooms
for boys across from campus, 501 S,
6th. Phone 1842 Red. M86-91
FOR RENT One single room and
two apartments, furnished. Close in,
phone 824 black. 108 S. 6th. St. A86tf
FOR RENT Furnished room for
lioys. Phone 571 Red. 1315 Rosemary.
FOR RENT Room for boys. So. 6th
for second term. Sec C G. Jaeger, 213
Ens. Bldg. 66-88
AGENTS 1922 Radio Sensation, com
plete guaranteed radio set. (receiver,
phone, crystal) sells $3.00. Your profit
100 per cent. Everyone a prospect.
Beneke, 1116 North American Bldg
AGENTS WANTED-J200 a month,
selling Mutual Life Insurance, if inter
ested write Capital Mutual Association,
Jefferon City. D84-89
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
Two Pillar Degree, Monday,
Nov. 27, 1922 at Acacia Hall,
Hitt and Broadway, 7:30.
F. P. Cass, M .C
No. 602. A. F. & A. M.
Special communication Sat
urday, Dec. 9 10:30 a. m. 3rd
degree work examination and
degree work. i,
FOR RENT Furnished ilouble room
for two boys, $20; alo single room, $15.
No. 7 Willis avenue, near Broadway and
College. Phone 2010. L86-9I
FOR RENT One north single room,
extra warm, for 2nd term, $15.00. Phone
1893 Green. 609 Turner. M84tf
FOR RENT Rooms for girls, for sec
ond term. 611 S. 5th. Phone 1104 red.
Louis Niemann, W. M.
Phone 1283 Green.
Local Wrestler in Training for Bout
With George Clark.
George Tragos of Columbia will nred
all the skill and strength he possesses
when he and George Clark mix at Co
lumbia Hall Monday night, according to
stories reaching wrestling fans here from
the dark camp in Chicago. Both men
are training hard for the bout ; Tragos
working out with Chris Jordan daily.
The Tragos-Clark match is a prelimi
nary to what should be the best match
seen in Columbia for several jears,.the
Zbvszko-Geshtwot contest. Both men
I have national reputation, Zbvszko being
internationally known. Geshtwot is ambi
tious to win this match as it will put him
a step closer to the heavyweight cham
pionship, the goal towards which he is
working. Geshtwot, who is known as
"Lithuanian Giant" among wrestling
fans, will reach Columbia the last of
the week. f:
Stanislaus "Zbvszko form-rIy heavy
weight champion of the world, whose real
J name is Cyganiewicz, is one of the most
sity squad will be lost by graduation
Jonlan, Crofs and Cruikshank.
Figuring on the basis that one real
star is enough for any backfield, Yale
has enough 6lar backs available for
bout nine teams.
Ncidlinger, 0Hearn, Mallory, Beck-
' ett. Bench, Neale, Kellv. Wight and Scott
Material will all be eheible for the next team.
The gods could ask for nothing more.
Harvard retains fourteen varsity play
ers but the Crimson loses heavily bv
Columbia High will meet the Deafll'c graduation of Charley Buell and
and Dumb Institute of Fulton here in (George Owens.
of the Under a system which places the ut-
Blumer Has Green
But Hopes to Build Win
'he first local basketball game
season Friday night. The Kcwpiesimoet importance upon the quarterback,
started their real practice Tuesday night, 'he, Harvard coaches will have a job to
Of the thirty-five plajers that respond-' find a general for the team to measure
ed to Coach Blumer's call, only two rcre ep to the great Buell. Leo and Spauld-
fetter men. Gwinri, forward and Fish,
guard, who have just passed through a had some experience the past season.
spectacular season on the gridiron, will
be depended upon to bear the brunt of
the attack on the basketball court. The
frig are the two candidates and they both
Backs of the ability of Gecrgc Owen
spring up in cycles of about five years.
Dr. Billy Bull, one of the Yale coaches
Dress Shirts -Dress
ables for Dress.
remainder of the material is green and it scouts ranked Owen as one of the'
will be up to Coach Blumer to teach greatest backs of all times. He said no J
them the primary rules of the game. plajer he had ever seen could do every-
"I am gong to make a big change in'tning as well as Owen. i
basketball at Columbia High this. ear,"j P''. Chapin, Clark. Kuhnhardt, Hub-'
said Blumer. "We are going to put more . bard and Coburn will also be lost for'
emphasis on the game. The Columbia next year, so the Crimson prospects for
squad will be well versed in the short '1923 are not over bright.
pass and although the entire squid with Harvard may be comforted, however,
the exception of two men is composed of by many examples to prove that gloomy
green material, I think we will have a prospects are more to be desired Than
good working crew by next year." conditions which make it possible for
Although the Friday night game will plavrs and students to feel that they
be the first game, the season proper will can't be beaten "next year." . I
not start until January 5 when the Kcw- Princeton is a good illustration of the
pies will meet the Favctte High School I undcsirability of over-confidence. At
quintet here. 'the close of the 1920 season, Princeton
All Star Card
Former World's Heavyweight Champion
Two Falls Out of Three.
Columbia, Mo. .
Two Falls Out of Three.
First match 8:30 p. m. Sharp.
Gen. Admission $1; Reserved seats $1.50
Ringside seats $2.00, plus tax.
Bring the ladies.
Seats on sale following places:
Hopper & Pollard Drug Store
Physical Culture School.
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal.
Call 478 or 83 Opposite Wabash Sta.
Franklin Countr Coal
BOOM AND BOABD for girls fs203
College. Phone 2136 Bed. G89
puiLIC STENOGRAPHER r
University Papers, a specialty at
Rho Crews Walker
304 Cuitar Bldg. Phone 216 Red
I OR RENT Room for girls; nicely
furnished and splendid heat. One block
from White Campus and Sampson Cafe-)
leria, other board directly: across street.
Call at -100 .Matthews. N85-98
. FOR RENT For girls, two vrery de-,
sirahle rooms with sleeping porch, for
next semester, one block from campus.
Phone 1148-red. L83-90
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Girls.
e have neat, new, nifty, furnished
rooms. Something different and they
cost no more. Select them now for next
semester. 1411 Rosemary Lane. Phone
FOR RENT Nice warm room with'
deeping porch, for Imys. 1405 Bouchelle.)
Shoes 'Called for and De-
, 800 Broadway
At this price where
is the man who can't
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An account in our 'Christmas Savings
Club' will provide a Sure, Satisfactory
and Easy way to accumulate money,, for
Holiday expenses, or other purposes,
by regular weekly deposits.
To the salaried man or woman the
Christmas Club offers an attractive op
portunity to lay aside a certain amount
out of the pay envelope each week.
The $1 Club will bring you $50 next
Christmas; the $5 club will amount to
The first.eposit makes you a mem-'
"ber. There-are no fees, fines or,addi
tional expenses. "
Boone County National Bank
R. B. Price, President
Phone 1018 Creen. N87-89
ticcrrv & Mriw Toucco Co.