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-JHE:COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIANTWEDNESDAY, DEGEMBER 20.-1922-
Osa Cent a Word a Day. six Iuertions for 5c a Word.
IN THE FIELD OF SPORT
" fX)R SALE Bird dog pup, 4-months
M setter. Telephone 2025-green or'call
,t 413 Melbourne, Price SW. T. 94-tf
FOR SALE An Eden Electric Wash-
in perfect condition. Hughes Furn-
HOT Co, ' H9M01
FOK SALE Home-dressed fat hens,
pne year o'd. Iiettcr than )ou can buy
cn Jpen market at same price. Phone
527.citen and tell me when you want
FOP. SALE A -tudent table, 2 by 3
feet. Call T67 BlacL. X100
FOR SALE Oil stote, ice box, bi
evele, drop 'Mf table, kitchen cabinet,
chairs, dre-scrs washing machine, lib
rary uble. Phone 1309-white. 97-100
FOR SALE Daenport, dresser, beds,
chairs, tables and rugs, IS Allen placed
1012 Red- B9M1
FOR RENT To furnished rooms in
Sampson Apartment, 1st floor north, for
second term. R79tf
TOR RENT One large room for three
men students, $8.00 each. Phone 527
FOR RENT Rooms to students, 705
Hilt St. Phone 1129 black. 93 98
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, after January I, for men. 518 S.
Williams. Phone 931 White. N93tf
i NOTRE DAME UNCERTAIN
j OF MEETING THE ARMY
. Bad Feelings Said to Be Cause
Team Captains Are Kings No
-More at Yale.
FOR RENT To boys, two large sec
ond story rooms. Big closets. 610 Col
lege, Ave., Phone 1791 Red. 95-98
FOR RENT One large south room,
one-half southeast room; both well heat
ed. For men students or townpcople.
Corner 6th and Conley. Phone 1065
Bj ConsoUdctei Prist Assku, (Cpytitkt 122).
I iStw lORK. Dec 20. It is not so cer-
. 'tain that Notre Dame will come to West
Only . Point to play the Army next fall. An-
nounccment from the Academy places the
South Bend team as an October 13 fix-
1 ture. Evidently this U merely tentative.
Inquiry by the writer has failed to obtain
ALL SYSTEMS SIMILAR bZ,.
North and South Use Same Tac-. A-'0," Dame contests in tLe last
io years nave noi dccii uevoiu ol some
bitterness of feeling, it is said. In 1921
protests on the part of the Army coach
Sport Standardized Not
in Rules But in Methods
of Procedure, Says
tics Irftersectional Bat
tles Make for Nationalization.
cs caused Knute Rockne, the Notre Dame
FOR RENT--2 and
for bo)S with board.
icoacii, to abandon his smtts in the "ec-
Bj ContoUdttrd fren Ait. Conntht 2). ' ond half of the game. And this year
Atlanta, Ca, Dec. 20-U required but tbere is j t0 heea mUun.
a visit to this far Southern section of the Jcrslandin- with rerJ to nffirial
one half rooms country to confirm an impression which
FURNITURE FOR SALE Reed
rocker, upholstered chair, Eden electric '
ahing machine, 2 1-2 years old. re- F0-R RENT Two rooms for girls,
fri'erator. 2 ears old. Llo)d Loom baby tboard aUo" Agricolae houe, 722 Mis
eirri.se, newlj upholstered, finished and j ""' phone 1641. 95-98
tired, 2 student tables, Thor electrib1
vacunm cleaner with attachments, 3
wars old. electric iron. Phone 1547 1
Black, 9 Allen place.
At 713 Gentry, the writer gained in lus October trip Team captains have alwajs been kings
1195-100 throughout the Middle West This im-jat Yale until this year. It is now inter-
pression was that the term sectional , esting to note that Laptain .Mallory is
football" may hereafter be applied only I not supreme in authority in Yale football.
' in a geographical sense. He is sharing his executive functions with
Football as a sport is national. It is a . John Blossom, Yale's general athletic
standardized game not only as to rules of director and with Prof. Clarence Men-
,play but in methods thereof. Wherever, dell of the faculty. And this triumvir-
tliA wt!l 1... ttsA.. ft.!. sanenM l.n tin. fltf- ltl film 1AJI Hnrlf Ufifh J-AmtnittM.
&9g Une room is extra large. Plenty of hot j been struck by tends that do not vary of five who were appointed by the com-
i water and heat. Call at 708 Manlanrl -j i .. .. r i... .v.. w mlu... f it. "n.:. f:.. :- . ...:n
. lm i ,. . J -aim uv eicms ut piav nidi Mate jiu auc-i - v- .i.. .11.9 .hi. ,n tutu nm
FOR SALE 28-inch bicycle. Two r. Pnone bVl Black. F96-99 c;al distinctiveness. J appoint five additional graduates to serve
KVf tires, first 510 gets it. See it in nPN T . The fact that some Southern colleges en the alumni committee.
Mechanical room of Missourian. Call ru" Ktm lwo nice rooms and alrelain ,hc mtmiu coach stem is by complicated, does it not?
ILAST YEAR ONE
Many Athletes Regained Honors
They Had Lost During
Bv Hemiy L. Faru.l
(United Press Sports EdUot)
New York, Dec. 20. While the clos
ing year of 1922 will be remembered
long as a )ear of upsets and gobacks, it
was also a year of some comebacks.
Many kings of sport became former
kings and quite a few former leaders in
their line came back to the top. Come
backs are alwavs more interesting be
cause they are so few. It's ca'y to droD
out of the race but it's hard to get back
Willie Hoppe, who had reiizned fro-n
thelime he could reach the table until
late in 1921 as the king of billiards.
came back and his return to the throie
OK RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, prefer boys or married couple.
Midget Smith Is' Suspended.
Bj Vmlud trill. ' .11
, New Yprk. Dec, 20o-The New York
I Boxing Commission, backing up the New
Jersey board, has .suspeijded Midget
Smith, New York bantam eight. Kid
is one bird that 1 can lick and that's featefl tnm nf ih Fi..t TTi imimtiin.
O'Dowd. Wilson did it twice and he eers scored 232 points and allowed their WiI!iams. fm" champion, takes Smith's
may do it again? It wouldn't be a sur- opponents only 21. Pittsburgh. Wash-
prise to see rum go alter UUowd. .ingtun and Lee, and Indianapolis were
Joe Lynch also pulled a comeback by!ll,eir most important victims.
regaining the worlds bantamweight Little is lutown or Canzaga in the
championship. i East but it is becoming prominent in
If her downfall at Forest Hills in 1921 col't football considering that the college
could be taken as a eoback. Mile. Su-fc" been engaged in intercollegiate com-
zanne Lenzlen. the French tennis star petition for only mo years. Charles
and world's woman champion, was also Dorai, Notre Dane's all-American quar-
a comeback. She cave Mrs. Holla Mai. terback
place against Joe Lynch Friday night, in
Madiwn Square Carden. Smith was 'al
leged to have "run out" of a contract to
meet Johnny Curtis in Jersey City.
Pfann to Lead Cornell in 1923.
Br VmlttJ Trjs.
Ithacs N. Y, Dec. 20. George II.
Pfann, quarterback of. the 1922 Cornell
:eaa and one of the outstanding backs
in 1913, is the coach and the in the Eat, has been selected captain
lory, the American champion, a terribli
trimming in the British championship.
PLAY IN WEST
comes from Marion. Ohi
Southern California Has the
Edge and Should Beat
team is typically Notre Dame .featuring of the 1923 eleven.
a fast running game and a tendency to the College of Arts
the overhead attack.
Southern California cught to beat Penn
State when they meet at Pasadena on
New Year's day. Penn Slate slipped
badly thi year, losing to the Navy and
Pennsylvania and escaping from Syra
cuse with a scoreless tie. Southern Cali
fornia held the great California to a 10
to 0 score and if that means anything,
Penn State will have a job.
He is a junior in
and Science and
CriquI to Fight Kilbane.
Paris, Dec. 20. Eugene Criqui, feath
erweight champion of Europe, signed to
meet Johnny Kilbane, world's feather
weight champion, next Decoration Da) in
New York City, his manager announced.
If you have lost something, try Mis
sourian want ads.
' two room upstairs apartment. Phnne . ....;,.
WHY pa) rent when you can buy a
j 1203 white.- 1320 Anthony. N93tf
.., Lrn.n brirk house, sleenine norck , W Une doulile room and
large bament, water, lights, heat, and' "nle"halfef?om for"6irIj
gas. Garage. Lot 50x180, beautiful
home. Price $7,500. S1.000 down, rest
by month. Weathers Realty Co. Phone
FOR SALE Ford Coupe. See L. a
Wheat at 711 Mo. Ave., phone 525
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Girls,
j we have neat, new, nifty, furnished
rooms. Something different and they
cost no more. Select them now for next
semester. 141L Rosemary Lane. Phone
FOR SALE Heater Baker Peerless
717, used two seasons. Good aa new.
Phone 860 Green. S51tf
FOR SALE New Ford Sedan, manu-
factured in September. Excellent con
FOR RENT One double room for
boys for second semester. Phone 1362
Red. 608 Sanford. W91tf
A,tr hnx W. 29. Miunnrisn. 1 at 51l S.
FOR RENT One laree double south
room, and 1-2 south east room, for boys
oth. rhone 1065 black.
FOR RENT Desirable rooms for
FOR SALE Complete set of books of boy 141 Rosemary. Phone 1254-white.
Knonledge, new. Phone
FOR RENT For girls, two splendid
FOR SALE Four complete rooms of rooms, one half block from white cam
furniture. Parlor, dining room, bed room pus. 403 College Ave., phone 1148 red.
ma kitchen. AJUess tianear 01L Call, FOR RENT At Pcmbcrton Hall,
at 1400 Richardon or phone 1035 Red. rooms for boys for second semester.
One wonders whether the Elis. in their
(find teams thus coached in all parts of efforts to emerge from the wilderness.
the country. And in the South, as else- are entering into a new labyrinth.
03 Missouri., wnere- institutions tnat employ ser- t his speech before some 200 Yale
H93tf iCTal specialists for their elevens are the graduate assnnbled in Nicholas Roberts'
B AtiAA Ikal IhA. A f AWMal tAhAlv.fr PI taftmv k w -
u.io .... uc hmBcu u iuc i.ui.i. i-iaie Darn' in .Montclair, w. J Captain
Neither is it peculiar to the South that j Mallory said that under Tad Jones next
colleges here have stressed the positive Jfar the S)stem as applied in 1922 would
and rather neglected the negative tde- be carried out from where it left off.
lensive) side ol the game, lhis is the There will be no spring practice, he said,
case with some of the institutions of the because it is felt that with valuable pla).
West and of the North, notably Pcnn'ers out for other sports no great value
State. As for such of the fundamentals i attached 10 work in April and May.
as tackling, following the ball, holding it, There will, however, be two or three
line charge, interference, they are as J weeks of intensive practice this winler.
worthily accomplished in the South as in 1
the East. And while the writer has not REDS HAVE BRIGHT HOPES
been to the Pacific Coast he is advised Ajj,-,.n f ,,u .. i .....
90U" ' by competent ob-eners that the game as 1923 pennant chances-
' played at California, Univarsity 'of
Southern California, Leland Stanford, "' ,";,", - ""-
Washington, and Oregon is on a parity in I (United Press Sports Editor).
every rcpect with the sport wherever! New York, Dec. 20. "You boys'H
played. be back in this neighborhood next fall,"
Intersections! games, with all tliat they (Carry Ilerrman, boss of the Cincinnati
I imply in the way of scouting, stud) ing i Reds, said to a party of eastern writers
of rival 9) stems, exchange of ideas among at the recent gathering of the minors
coaches and the like, have been respon- in Louisville. It was Carry's way of
"WANTED TO RENT-
; Phone 636-mj
t FOR RENT Desirable rooms for
W 1 VTlrri CtniLinl HAeirM rnAin
t in .... ...j;i:. .;,.. Elr,s- nax Bed campus, sleeping porch
single or double, state condition, price. r ' r
, ... . aqo ! in connection. 606 Sanford Place. Phone
Box A. Miounan. Ayai,.
Br VueJ Fru.
New York, Dec. 20. With the depar-
as the most popular accession of the ,ure "' 1enn -State the East will be'
jear. Hoppe was defeated last vear bv moving in a good sized mass upon Call-
Jake Schacffer and in coming back as (ornia i.i what has become aa established
the champion this year, he removed all nr"ial invasion. '
doubts as to his ability by finishing first Three large intersections! games re
in a field of six of the world's best play- main to put the shroud en the Far West
ers. Perhaps he isn't as great as he once crn gridiron that was applied to Eastern
was. Certainly he is not the sure, ccn- fields several weeks ago.
fident artist of years ago. but still he West Virginia and Gonuira. the "Notre
is the greatest player of them all. Dame" of the coast, will furnih the first '
Jack Scott, the bis North Carolina game at San Diego on Christmas Day. i
FOR RENT Four room house at
1400 Melbourne. Large lot for chickens
and rarden. Houe is in excellent con
dition. Modem except heat. Several
fruit tree and large shade trees. Will
lea?c to responsible party for year or
longer. Come out and see it or phone
1033 Red. 98tf
FOR RENT Well heated apartment
Possession Dec 20. 1221 E. Bdwy. 74tf
HOUSE FOR RENT Will transfer
house rent lease, January 1 to Sept. 1
with renewal possibility. Present tenant
leaving town Dec. 28. Owner prefers
couple without children or children un
der five years. House at No. 9 Allen
Place. Phone 1547 Black or call at
FOR RENT Five room cottage, close
in. water in kitchen, electric lights, large
garden and garage. Phone 1424 White.
FOR RENT Garage at 403 College
Ave, phone 1148 red. LB2U"
FOR RENT Apartment of 3 or 4
rooms. Southern exposure. 1303 Wil
son. Phone 1167 White. H90tf-
FOR RENT Excellent three-room
apartment, with private bath, address
Missourian. box 12. Wltf
ROOMS FOR BENT
FOR RENT Two front rooms, well
furnished. 410 Christian College ave
nue. Phone 2159 Red. PW
FOR RENT Nice large furnished
rooms for quiet young men or married
couple. 201 College Ave. H97-102
FOR KENT One and one half room
in new modem home for boys, with
board. 110 S. 6th Phone 2028. W97-102
FOR RENT Large furnished rooms
with board, second term, for girls. 1104
Taquin. 2221 White. P86tf
FOR RENT Rooms with or without
board. 107 S. 6th. Phone 641 Green.
FOR RENT Rooms for girls for
second msirr. 1117 University. Cen
tral location. Phone 1292-black. P93tf
FOR RENT Room for girls; nicely
furnished and splendid hear. One Mock
from White Campus and Sampson Cafe
teria, other board directly across" street.
Call at 400 Matthews. N85-98
FOR RENT One Double room and
two apartments, furnished, for second
semester. C ase in. Phnne tut oiaca-
FOR RENT Two second floor, front
rooms, for boys, for winter term at 701
Maryland Place. Phone 1127-White.
FOR RENT To boys, two very de
sirable rooms with hardwood floors and
hot water heat 907 College. Phone
eible for the nationalizing of the great 'saying that the Reds are going to do the
autumn sport. And it would be a calam-i National Leagues endt of. thai entertain
ity were they to cease None-the-less ing in the world iies of 1923.
rowa was perfectly right in declining; Herman isn't alone thinking well
Yale's invitation to visit the bowl again of Cincinnati's chances in the coming
next fall. If there was to be a game it pennant race. The Reds look very- good
was Yale's turn to go West. And she! from this distance, and, if they get a
could go with benefit to herself. Prince
ton gained more from her Chicago visit
than will ever be known and the good
effects will not cease with
FOR RENT Well heated single" room
for boy student call at 1400 Rosemary
or phons 1938-green. La. 94-tf
FOR RENT To two or three girls or
man and wife, one room with large
closet and closed-in sleeping porch. 606
Sanford place. Phone 1490. S. 94-tf
BOARD AND BOOM
ROOM .AND BOARD for second term
for men. 1206 Walnut Phone 904.
LOST Gold foun'ain pen 'between
Columbia High School and 6th St. Phone
641 Green., R97lf
WANTED Will .fire furnace for room
rent during winter-semester. Call 1252
SITUATION WANTED Married
couple with two small children wants
to work for board and room during sec
ond semester. Children will be cared
for and will give no trouble. Call 1266
good start, they have a grand chance for
The Reds madei a sm.irt deal w-Jien
the season ithev secured Rube Benton from the -St.
(Paul American Association Club. Ben.
CTIf I nniUN' lon 's not on'y " fro01 being tlirougb,
, oui ne is as goou as ne ever was, ac-
Younc Men Are Rapidly Becoming cording to good judges wlw saw him
the Leading Batters. i working in tbc association. John Con'
r Vtuicd Frau I way Toole, president of the International
iew lORk, uec. JU. lotmg pta)ers ' Learue. said his work against Baltimore
in the "little world's series" was the
farmer, was the most remarkable come
back of the baseball jear. Scott was
slid out of the National League and head
ed .for jhe scrap heap on the assumption
that he had a bad arm. He worked the
arm back in condition, got a berth with
the New York Ciants, won eight games
for them and was one of the stars of the
world's series. "Reb" Russell, the pitch
er for the Chicago White Sox, was an-1
other noted comeback. The Rebel dis
covered he cculd bat and catch flies and
he came back as a sensation in the out
field with the Pittsburgh Pirates. One
could talk of Ty Cobb's great comeback
if he hid ever gone back. Looks as .
though he. never will go back.
Mike, O'Dowd gave the ring a notable
-comeback when he came into part owner-1
snip ot tne middleweight championship,,
by winnipg from Daye Rosenberg. The
New York boxing commission recog
nized Rosenberg as the champion and it
now regards the St. Paul happy and
former champion as the title holder.
0'Dov.d'a, comeback may help to clarify I
the situation caused by the supenion .
of Jolmnyr Wilson. Wilson, it will be
recalled once said: "I may lie a cheese
champion and an awful fighter but there
West Virginia is one of the few undc-
are coming along fast as barters in the
major leagues and veteran pitching
arms are beginning to crack, but the old
fixtures around the bases and in the
best he had ever seen on Ihe
iff.. ,tu C.L. m. ...:..l....ul .MX..
outfield continue to .set the f ielding j f a aismhle ,a5t pne
".", . . , ,. ,. ,, , I more good pitcher was about all tbey
Take the three leading outfielders of . nec(Jed () male j,. inJerest; Jor
the American League for 'tance-Tris ciam9 Pct(. Donah sbout ,he
Speaker, Bobby each and Ty Cobb; Lest Uch(.r fa h M, w ou,
?"fle"iy? - uaSe,meJn' Je J II for ! h "Mi a bad ana."
Stuffy Mclnnis; th,a leading second base-
..... .. ... .... If Tlnvohttf. hs f h. frifw l,uui I nit
man. tddie Collins: the leadini short. . - .-v. buu v--.. ..
stop, Everett Scott; the leading catchers,!
he should have and if Benton comes
through as he is expected, those Reds
will have a sweet ball club.
H. S. Season Opens January 5.
The basketball season of the Colum-
WANTFn A Tvivitinn' in nrn-.rw
store. Had two years' experience. Phone
'2165 Green. F93-98
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED Female collie named
Shorty. Is child's pet and very friendly.
Had broken collar off when she left.
Reward for return to 213 N. 9th St. 96tf
FOUND Cameo pin. Owner may-
have same by appl)ing at Jackson's Gro
cery and paying for this advertisement
STRAYED A collie pup between 2
and 3 months. Tan with white ruff and
chet, white tip on tail. Reward. Call
Carol) n Cotton, 1657 Black. C96tf
' WANTED Papering to dp; good
work at 30c a roll. Telephone 1596.
WANTED Garage close to 807 Rol
Iins. Phone 1351 Green. 94-98
MEALS Served during the holidays
for men and women. Mrs. D. M. Bum-
DAVIS & WATSON COAL CO.
Best Central Illinois Coal
Call 478 or 88 Opposite Wabuh Sta.
Franklin County Coal
No. 602, A. F. ft A. M.
stated Communication' Tues
day, Dec. 19, 7:30 p. m. 3rd
Louis Niemann, W. M. t
Phore 1283 Green.
Ray-Schalk and Hank Severeid; the best
fieldng pitchers, Walter Johnson and Joe
Bush. ' r
..... . . ..!"
Age held its own just the same in the
KTAaIAl 1 u.. .ri.? 41. 1, .h
Ti.. . r in-v ?i ,i. r:.u"l la High School will open with a double
j .t r i, v . v. ' header on Friday night, February 5,.at
Ung leaders the following: First base, . f , , , ' ..',
i.t. n...i... j u.. n k. . Fayette; Both the boy and the girls.
lake iduicii . ccT,uuu uasc, uuuisuj v ... .
shortstop, Hollocher; third base, Heiniej """ ""' ""J'
Groh; outfielders, Wheat, Powell and i " " .
Meusel; pitchers. Alec the Great I fi
Figuring mishaps among the number
of chances is not the most accurate way '
to judge the ability of a player. Unless
an error has a vital result on the out-'
come of the game, it should not be
figured in the averages.
Some, classed as average players, will ,
not exert themselves to go affcT a real-j
hard chance, and others eo after every
thing, taking a chance on an error. , U T
Veteran players, because they arej fl J
slower ol limb and less ambitious, do II J
not take the ounces lual youngsters do.
and the averages show it. Fielding av
erages are mis-leading at the best,
(George Sislcr was eighth on the list of I
first basemen and hjj made seventeen
errors daring tne season. Jo Judge was
hrst on the list He went through the
season with only six errors.
gte I- !
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" i You. like to eat where
f';there is an air of content-
'v7bAt is one of the rea
sons wny inose wno eat
here come back.
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There are always those persons whom
you have waited until the last minute to
buy Christmas gifts for. The easiest, most
pleasant and most profitable way of filling
these gift needs to your own and the re
cipient's satisfaction is with books. Others
are finding just what they want in
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A gold mine for the Christmas shopper.
Many standard- and. popularities 'in" red
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The Late Volumes of Contemporary
Poets. .. . ,
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The Missouri Store
Three More Shopping Days '
JVhy of the Coal
Shoea Called for and De
livered Phone 63
Why not use the same judgment in purchas
ing coal as you would in buying any other commo
dity? One does not buy the cheapest quality suit of
clothes offered him or a shoddy hat or a pair
of shoes simply because they do nof cost much.
The old huntsman with his muzzle-loading gun
and the fisherman with his hickory pole and pin
hook got some meat, but that is no reason why
..you and I should not have the best equipment.
""The quail or fox hunter thinks it not extravagant
' " to pay $100 for a good hunting dog, when they
V" 'owild.get a wood-pile dog for $1. To a flea the
JflbHar dog would taste just as sweet as the $100
" Moral Don't be a flea when purchasing coal.
Dalton Coal Co.
13 North Fourth Street
M. f ike Lawler
Massage and Spinal
,OEce hours: 8 to 10; 1 to 3.
512 and 514 Guitar Building.
Home Phone 2040.
Office Phone 2065.
John L. Platfs
17 South 9lh
Sweat Baths,, Massaging
For Tour Health
Virginia Bldg. Phone 1941
Office boon 830-1Z; Z-6; 7-10.
i ii (in
I Dalton Coal 1
Dealers in best grade I1
Illinois Coal ;
13 No. 4th. Phone 1041 I
mr-ra-rff w i -h to
Dr. Buescher &
Lady chiropractor In tttendanev.
rtooma 3, 4 and 5, In the Millet
Bldf. Office phone 1979. Red-
103 S. 6th. St.
A86tf ' ham, 603 Elm street