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Half a Cent b Word a Day.
JjSTATE TOR SALE
Jsplendid building lm on
?avea. 60 by 233 feet. Price,
A good modern housa
urr ana town, me urge
imJ 'nice sleeping parch; gat,
, urge lot, paved street.
e7 time; Jojuu or vitu iunu-
Eay terms, i'hone 590-
pALE or exchange
TAIE-Tte Say, sell, rem
- ret estate of all kinds. II
Hoperty for sale ox exchange
i be to your interest to see us.
reaii balers now for houses pric-
i J800 ta 6000. List yoar prop
si a. T. E. Wisdom ILalty Co.
Ej&uk Balding, room 404, phone
nights of November 11 and 12. Call 129S
black. ' MM
WANTED Boarders at 71S Iliii S,
OreaUasl from 7:15 to 8:30 o'cloct
Sunday evening dinner served. Phone
J75-Cteert after 6 p. m. C-34tf
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Q 1920
In the Field of Spot t
PIKERS LOOK FORFARD
With tlie Kansas Aggie came safelr
trucked anay all eyes are turned to the
coming contest v.h the Washington
Filets. With most'Tiger -jpportcrs the
cvuug strong tuat Jlusoun will viOr
Bat, according to report brought back
Dy Lapt. Jamff Kelly, the Missouri
e:out, the Wasliingtonites tale a far
dilercnt viev. uf Saturdays battle. Sup
porters ill the M. Luuia scliool feel that
FOR RENT -To furnished rooms for
men students. Modern house; half block
from West Campus, 1 blocks from
nrnnrlwRv i.. V f r 1 mi v
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cusl street. Plione 1321. L42if . ' . MBMm " not on' nune
. j ul r Uieir defeats at tlie hands cf
other alley contenders, but nill male
EaULE Dining room set, refrig-
FS''rr cabinet, 2 beds complete.
l Ebhry tables, rugs, chairs, Ii-
ai other articles. Some fine An-
I R. L Kcdj pullets and cocker-j
jfknm Irghom hens good lavcrs:
1 car in fine condition. 1620 E.
FOR RENT Second-floor room across
the street south from Academic caramu.
U)t Lonley Ave. B-Sttt
TUTORING WANTED-Spanish stu
dents when in diEculty aee or call Carlos
Montererde, experienced Snanish leach.
er and native South American. Regular
classes if desired.. 909 Lowry street.
Phone. 951. M-39tf
. SITUATION WANTED
WANTED denial work by Unhcr-
sit) girL Phone 332 black. a 112
WANTE-A Sirl to-do office
Apply Dom Goney Laundry Co.
WANTED Reliable, ambitious man
or woman as District ilanagcr, Unusual
proposition. Address North American
rs.U Tuo u.ed suits, size 40f
e ser; the to for SI9 or $10 V -j . i A n TdTT
t .L. t. ,j.j..: n . I Accident Insurance Co, Chemical Budd-
rfmnatwn by addressing D, Mis-,. , ,., ,,-. ,, "
!&UX-40ak dining room table.
-Bet rates from milk pro
ps 1 to 23 gallons Jim class
, delivered ip towre or at 603
Tost and found
ng. St. Louis, Ma
r Alpha Phi pin. name engraved
Call Anna Payne at 86.
-Probably in Academic Hall,
Iniher-covercd diary, initials F.
.filed ith ncv.paper clippings.
r return to Mr-sourian oBce. Ke-
-Sdvrr bar pin set vrith bril-.
S icrween El'mentary Seliool. and
f avenue or in Academic HalL
f please rrturn to Missourian Bice.
L Jeff Hall M60
if Pi Beta Phi arrow between Du-
. and Red Cross Room. Return
Piprind tccire reward. Phone
: or sa. P-58tf
T ColdPn-face"Elgm watch.
I W. M. .V. on back. Call 833 or
I St. X-59
T Pair ahtll rimmed eyeglasses
Probably at ball came. Rc-
Kithaa 836. NW
lifOARD AND LODGING
t KENT Room for students, 1217
uftty. Fi.ne589. J-44tf
EENT A double room for
em. Wo sanlord l'lace. Thonc
exclusive proposition, co-operatirtg witry
poultry raisers outsoone county, uu
prove that our men average VMM a
week? Many make much more. Should
have team or cafy and '300.00 capital
This will bear strictest investigation. See
Mr. Carnea Saturday evening or Sun
day, Boone Tavern. C-18tf
the reason a success for the Piker rlevn
St. Louis is cohered witli pennants and
figns bearing the caption, "Beat Mis.
sourT and tlie Piker slogan is, "Twist
tlie Tigers tail"
It is the opinion of Coaches Miller
and I'helan that the Pikers may prove
stiffer competition than the Aggies.
Krahe, the 180 pound left tackle it the
star of the Washington line. Pottoff
and Crietcdeick. both fast, heavy,
icteran, half backs, are the stellar lights
of the Piker offense and, will bear watch
hig when thev are carninr the halL
Much attention will be given this week
Ji the perfection of the defcn of tlie,
iiger backhcliL, Tlie Aggie gamo show
ed too tilings. The backCeld Jus im
proved greatly over the attack used
against the Sooners, but is lacking when
lit. comes to stopptngthe opponents at
Although a comparison of the scores
made by the two teams lends to give the
Tigers the adiantage, the spirit ef
rivalry which exists between tlie two
schools, especially on the Pikers aide.
is expected 16 cause them, to play over
ACACIA LOCE, No. 602, A. F. 4 A. M.
Tuesday Evening, Nov.
16 at 7:30 p. m. Second
II. I Kempstrr, W. M ' i. Ji. Long, Sec.
Thilo Building. llitt and Broadway
winter. Younc i constantlr in demand
and it wis necessary to engage him tot
tlie Washington game last spring.
Missouri and Washington annually
nave trouble in agreeing upon officials.
Washington demands St. Louis officials
whom Missouri men knowbut, Kttle about,
while the"Tigers feel favorable' to' Kansas
City men such as Really. McBride, Quig
ley and others. The Pikeway authorities
will not listen to these men so that a neu
tral roan from outsida of the conference
has to be secured.
Jack Reeves, 23. fullback for Kansls
State Normal football team died at
Emporia, Kins, Sundar from injuries
received in a aame Saturday with Wash-
iheir heads in an effort te break the. stringd biun .Ilis hack wat twitted during a
cf defeats and humble the Bengals.
Washington has the same gridiron.enmily
for Missouri that the supporters of the
Gold and Black have for .Kansas and
with prospects of a large number of
rooters accompanying" the team and a
rpecial subscription being raised among
the student body to send the Washington
band, the battle staged Saturday after
noon should be one of the best witness
ed on 'Rollins Field this season.
TILL VISIT HERE
Ceorge Sisler, first-baseman for the St.
Louis Browns, is to spend the week-end
In Columbia. lie will be a guest at the
Delta Tau Delta fraternity lior.se
Tlie name of Sisler, familiar to every
follower of the great American sport, has
Leen placed by leading critics at the head
of the list of all first-baggers. He stands
out as the premier first-baseman in the
time. Sisler'a following of fans hat been
added 'to during (he last season by his
great stick-work. 'For the 1920 season
he stands at the head of American League
h&tsnun. His masterv of the came has
made him. the idol of hundreds of en
thusiasts all over the American eLague
circuit, but above all in the home of hit
clnB. St. Louis' where lie h really wor
shipped by the regular, third-degree fans.
Sisler gained his first reputation as a
ball plaver while a student at the Uni
versity1 of Michigan.
crs, including the schodlband.' The'Wa
hath Jtanriid it "planning special "sen ice
Saturday morning and after the game
Saturday evening, so as to enable Wash
irgton rooters 10 make the trip in one
May. Wfsour.aiumni ofL Louis will
leave St. Lo'uw Friday night op a special
I'uiimju aim nunc in Columbia satur
SE.4T5 FOR KANSAS
The first allotment of tickets for ib
annual Turkey Day clash with Kansas, ar.
rived late :atnrday afternoon. The ath
letic department tent 500. tickets to the
University of Kansas and is holding 500
more seats in reserve for the Kansas
rooters. All seats to tlie Missouri-Kansas
game with th exception of a few end
bleacher seats will he reserved. Kan.
as will occupy the wooden bleachers on
the north side of the field.
play and he never regained consciousness.
Reeves was formerly fullback on the
Creat Lakes Naval Training Station
lead. The motor ear in whieli fill
mother was rushing to his bedside wat
stalled in the mud and she did not
reach Emporia until after her ton had
TO RESERl'E SEATS FOR
Sections 1, J,K and L of the south
bleachers and the permanent and field
boxes are to be reserved for the Wash-
No. 114, A. F. 4 A. M.
Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7:30
p. a. work in first de
srec. Members uraed
lo attend. Visiting breth-
Victor. Victor, Sec J. F. Oliver, W. M.
L O. O. F. LODGE NO. 207 "
every .Monday night.
Visitors always wel.
Roy Fowler, N. a & F. Baker. Sec
FUED Jl. YOUXG WILL
REFEREE NEXT SATUHDAY
Fred If. Young of uViomington, III, ' ington game Saturday at 50 cents a seat.
a Big I en conlercnee official, will referee
Saturdays gamc betoeen Washington
and Missouri. Young officiilcd in two
basketball games for the Tigert last
winter, those with Washington Unitersit).
Sections G and It are io be reserved at
usual for the Ho ling 500. ' '
Z. G. Chrvenger, director of athletics.
sent 500 tickets for the game to Washing,
ton University, this morDuiz. Washinc-
is to handle these games' also this ton will bring a large delegation of foot
jfiTED leeping accommodations.
in groups of four for the
16 Elvrira Bldg.
"ROAD ATTRACTION" f
l. H. WOODS INVITES JOU AXL
"Up In Mabel's Ropm"
One Nigfit, Wed., Nov. 10
THE CHEMISE DID IT.
,i -Cru Pu ?"'
' A f R. H. H. HILL, Chemical Engineer of the
ly I Bureau of Mines in 'discussing the ft
- tare of gasoline, says: "It is up. to the
refiners to extract more of petroleum's useful
factors from the crude."
This he says can be effected through efficient
management and 'by improved methods of
cracking and blendirig. " '
Mr. Hill thus expresses the opinion which has
dominated the policy of the Standard Oil Com
pany (Indiana) for many years- and has enabled
this Company to raisa-its efiiciency peak year
- - i i -
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has been
'a leader in developing processes to increase the
'yield Of gasoline from crude oiL
The best known and rnc& successful of Its improvement
is the Burton process, originated in the laboratories of the
Standard Oil Company (Indiana).
Speaking of tie. Barton Tnazsfl&t, Hill says, that
"since, it yas first installed on a commercial scale
it has produced approximately 40 million barrels
of EasoRhe from heavy distillates, und has'tnos
saved approximately :50 million barrels of crude
that would hare been necessary to produce an
equivalent amount of gasoline." " '
CIVE EDGE TO KANSAS
Comparative scores of Missouri and
Kansas games of the last two weeks would
indicate that the Jav hawkers have the
stionger team. Oklahoma defeated Kan
saj Saturday 21-9 and. while it was ex
pected thaf the Sooners would triumph.
Tiger ft (lowers mast face the fact that
Oklahoma made Only two touchdowns
better than Kansas and the week before
as three touchdowns better than Mis
Scores of the. .rrii tamer! dre even
moreT in favor of Coach ,F. G". Allen's
eleven. The Javhawkert were two touch
downs better than the Aggies .while the
Tigers came out by the narrow margin
of a field' goal, . The .Manhattan team
crossed Missouri s goal line but was un
able to make any counters against Kan
The last, .Indoor matt meeting of the
football season is to be held at 7:15
o'clock Friday night in the auditorium of
Academic-Hall. Or. J. W. Hudson is to
be the chief speaker.
CoL W, E. Persons announces that his
fighting blood hat been aroused because
the auditorium has-been so packed that
he wat nnable to gain entrance on two
occasiona and in-order to get there this
lime he. is going to1 speak. Two alum
ni. Tom K. South of St. .Louis and James
Nugent of Ka(uaa Cty, will vie with
each other in doing their part forthe
platform to send the Washington Pikers
back with a fourth consecutive defeat.
Fred Ehlean. student president, is au-
tborilv for the statement that between
200 and 300 persons have been turned
away at each mass meeting this fall be-
v t.i- .. ...u .. :
causci ine JiuaiiBrium couiu.nvi acton
modateall who desired to come. Doors
nill.be opened j t 7 o'clock. TheJv'ath.;
ington mass meeting is not to be the
last meeting this term but will probably
be the last all-student gathering. The
Kansaaimas.meejing will,be.)held on.fhe
campus near the Columns and is to be
devoted largely to the graduates who are'
expeted for Mi'souns homecoming
. -.w"J;WdTL ' 5i.
The Rev. T. M. Young Traces His
tory of the Custom.
In connection with the observance of
the Lords Supper Sunday at the Bap
tist Church the Rev. T. W. loung gave
a piiort lecture on memorials.
"The custom of instituting memorials I
is as old as the human race,'' he said. I
"The'whole history of Israel may be com
pressed into the Feast of the Passover
otrnr festivities. Memorials re a lesti.
riony of what God hat done in the past
ami a pledge of what the world will do
in the future.
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YOUR COPY OF THE
Turkey Day SHOtfME
48 pages chock full of good nature,
Of course you'll want the other five numberjs just the same
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Only 3000 to he printed.
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SEATS NOW ON SALE
"This Is Not a Moving Picture"
Red Crown, tie motor gasoline, made rnd sold by the
Standard Oil Company (Indiana), is acknowledged by petro
leum chemists and other authorities to be the ttandard fuel
for motor cars. It more than roe"!s Guvernert specifica
tions, which require an Wialof ntmete than HOdegieesF;
20 percent off at Z21 degrees; SO percept i.3 at '84 degrees;
SO percent o3 at 374 degrees; aid a rl'V puint (complete
vaporization) at cot more than 437 dcgi u.s K
During the cemi-cnnual test coudt'cted I v July 1920. the
average for Red Crown Gaoline huwcd -?n init'al of 102
degrees F; 20 percent off si 210; E0 percent i ff at 2S1; 90 per
cent off at 3S7, and a dry point ef 427 degrees F.
This shows an initial 33 degrees better than Government
specificatiorB, which means easy starting; 70 percent off at
U degrees better than Go7elmn sp-cvfWtior; SOp-rcent
oS at 3 degrees better than Government speahcations; ard
90 per cent off 13 degrees higher than Government specifica
tions, which .is more than made up by lbs 19 degrees cIUTer
ence in dry point. ' .
This proves that, notwithstanding the greatly increased
quantity of gasoline which thi Company is N to take
from tie crude, it has in no ray sacnSce quility. and is
another indieataca that the lan teals eperiSons cf this
Company have wetted tc &e dutrca .sisstjj pi tr;srs
urer of gasoline. "
Standard Oil Company
910 So. Michigan Ave.,, Chicago
. : t'-
One liundred Merpliank and Citizens of Columbia will be
asked to contribute 35.00 a.piece to
ward die Battery fund of
' Battery "B,"' First Missouri Field ArtiUery.
Columbia's' Own National Guard Organization.
.Fundo be used to furnish the Annory and Club Rooms in
Orcac,Buildiiig, and for the support and maintenance of the
Battery in matters in which the Stale makes no provision.
- -i . You will do this
111 Remembrance of
The Columbia cMoys -who made tlie supremctacrificc for
country and In Behalf' of
Tlie Columbia Boys who arc ready to answer their Country'ti
Call at any time.
-. , ,'i
To give is your" patriotic duty to 'your country and to your
i '. .
The Battery brings $1,500 per mondi income lo Columbia.
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Cleaning Pressing-rAltering, '
Phone 13 .
,Boone Co. Nt'L,Bank BJdg. 8th St.' Entrance
Fill jonr i'outaln Fen vvllh
Stafford's Ink and forget it
No fussing with your fountain
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A uniform, steady flow always
It nevrx aticks, sums or clozs
"the pen-point or barrel.
The secret is in the chemical
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Your fountain pen is a delicately
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js .nldt;v'fc;r'jon7'thst particular
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& S. Stafford, Ine, established
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lie Sl; Canadian Ofice: 9 Daven
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Phaits liquid Paste, TypewriiT
Ribbsas and Carbon Papers. Fcr
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Dance and Party Calls a Specialty
, Phone 1199
Day and Night Service All Bk Netf Cms
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Every ounce of HP Hour is real flour rich in fooS
valut and uniform in quality. ' j
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