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THE COLUMBIA EVEMNG MISSOKN
r I LATH YEAR
TOtTHBOWNINLAST QUARTER '
GIVES MISSOURI A VICTORY
IN.TODAYS CONTEST, 14 TO 10'
JSirscuT and Wn.s!i.zilon Eacli ,
j c.cc iouciniown ami i
' Goal in Second Quar
r trr T idav.
.TIGER FLLES COSTLY
Lori' EIccn Leiding When
IV-Ci Recovers a Muffed
Punt and Makes
""mn wra today's ' pjae again!
V. ia ngtcn 1 to 10 by mo: tost a touch
c i- r ata two ainutn el play a(
l "u- j had taken lie lead bf scor
jn. e eispUde a few mules before.
F r-d paaaas CjsrrJi conspicuously in
t rs 'miner was one of contrasts.
A rr srt ef the game thi Tigers rush
o. " 1 - cr-nti's ieiitory. pashcvl tl
r 3 uie -arJ line end re J-
i -w a' a field goal. The '.it
' i i qajrter saw the '.teuton j
f ' -thtiEf: ws kept in Mi
. -It--, vi-ii th- Pikers making
cr ' hi t sWt gains. Washington I
a .cm-'-' a iielj gcaL bet filled, i
' - mi rptater Mimout voiked
&" ' - ii-'-r" 'oward tha Piker goal and i
' ' s - v over trt a touch down after ,
e " r-M rjiT i
irte.1. th referee's whis-
fw a Wathirston o7s.de
. r -.'. Z 1.. 1, '
s'&tbaU wo'uid U
I V- coin p the ball back
' Oie pprilcss of taUn
v the aain made on tie
IRashirgton Iiad been off
ue cam a Muehdown and
C-1--3 points of the came.
a e! j"! .Lc Missojri cheennp
n v.hrn a Tiser faaible was re
)l Haf"cr of Washington, who
fo. a tojchtlowii. Coal as
a tojchsviwn. Coalvas
' --e score at,7 to 7.
1 11-' r larter Tijer fumbles con-
pnvc ewlly. Watb'ngton ir
- I it enseal ticei. once just
11 the art or tlie pirns:
-?& - 1 f. z-Kdi-
Spiinggate, L g.
Deeis, r. f
SSannsii. r. g
n. r. g
l r r
d, fi- b.
l' li b.
SiarJei, t. e.
Xic-npscn. q. h.
Poti'mlT, I h b.
-BfT'-r r L b
-Ma k i. b.
r r., - r,rH y.it. Tm.-oi w .
, . y-, 1 .n. r,
:,": GX BT
- ' ' ' 0rUJt' Bti01t
TAsiimcio-r trt"!S lots
S"x ihousind reoters, swathed in
sv.-a ., oTcrcoaa, sheepskins and furs,
wc- stsmpir rcs.Iessly m the- stand,
whrn th'- Piks trotted cat en Koluns
F. '! at 2 23 o'clock aad began going j
tnrc JSh fast rignal wort
The Lm eleven followed a Domen 1
htcr !"i was gira'tlie n ternary greet
mg iror ,pe soutn stanas wnere ine U'a
Gold yd Cla k roo'crs were packed. J
TbTe t-es a slight east wind blovung.
bj; r'herwisi it was ideal football
ne-'W cold and suenr. A drv field
prrrri'-d a fast game.
Was'iirgton nn the tcss ami chose t'ing like a whirlwind. Lincoln was thrown
def-ad the ea'f goal I for a 3-yartl loVs. Referee called the ball
nitsT CfiBTCi 'cV and-penahid Washington 5 jard.
. Mis-t.ri kicked off to the Washington . for o-fide play. Lincoln went through
.15-vard lire. A Piker returned th- ball I tackle for 5 yards. Knight hit the li"
11 vari. Washington was forced to 1 for 4 more. Missouri took lime; out for
pant to th- Missouri 40-yard line. j Ruth. tt .
h.n"! went through for 4 yards. Lin- Tackwood went through center" for first
coi . "rent 2 tor-e through the line. Mn-
, sft n took tun- V. Springeate was hut
'and was assisted off the field by Coach
Mi"cr tilkas went in Jar Spnnggate.
VH'iun pttr.t-d to Washington's 10-ard
l;n where Shanlcy was downed in his
'SVtr'I-' prnied to the 50-yard line
w,-r t'w bell went outride.
' fi-ccln wri. through tlie line for 5
ya-is and I'mgtt pounded through for
c -lore I m-oln went off tackle for 3
x r4 Ruth pun'cd ouuide on the Pik
!" 1 vard Im
P.!.s lill en ih-r 1-yard line. Shan f
le. pantrl f-ora behind las goal lino to
PjrLnuod on tie Piker's 40 yard line
I e referee clled tha ball back to Wash-
n 16ard line and gave the ball
0 V ar' -nfo- Shanler pualed to Pack.
t' ir tec ra ddle of lie field. Wash
- en as pc-ia!tred 13 yards.
I tL-'it -f off tackle for 4 yards. Un
uii.. t tVoufJx tho bae f cr 5 yards. -
La.lne'arotry makes KuU, kUked off ,0 Kremer on WaJ-
, rv j t..,.'. hsll'in-toaf 29-yard line On a enss-crnss
T'n'Sl, baUlpfr p-othVff Lde 4 yards aroAnd left
' c F.kcr e 2j-ard line. '" --.i...- .v .: .., r
.'I vus nh- a fard around left end
4 vanh off .tackle. Might ,
'a-d to gam areund right end. Ruth at 1
-J .,!. -ir KtTin SI 1
1 " i "----.-- -
nut ic- wHiui... ""
u eir 20-var J lice
tliTvr xcrn around
the Tiger right
ai" for 1 s-ard. Matties took a loag
-t a -.or-t tight end fcr 3 rsrs.
Sis-! lacked to Pactwcod oa Mis-
. a33y.rdhae.and the Tiger
lt: SSL K'taWaton:
1 . I
' V l
uI?f ,.u:i rrTk.TtBite' 25 yards to MisW. 26-yardl
ViT " JV - If
Misoaxi toV: tie out for 'ViUia-s, vho J
was iLnocied oar. I
Pothcrf failed to pain through the line.
Thompson's paw to Kremer netted Wash 1
. 2? 'JT', fe I
tarli. PofhurT added another. Rc'h
Lt,r,lpPlV - rr:U'! - ' ' 1
I " nnv M. r. coo.
ilianlcf' licked to Murfu'i's 2 yard j
'""' hwe " V3a xke IKs bL
f,Lt!' "hed out of dinger to the TisT
35 - yard line "twere Thonpsoa as downed
,3 fc'' trjJU.'
fiercer made 2 yards off tackle. Mathes
t cut -arofnd left end. frr .3 yards nv)re
'and the ball was en Missouri JO-yard ,
line. Pothoff failed to gsm on a plurgel
j,T tacUel' Thompson attempted a drop-1
kkk from th- 33-yard line. The ball w-m I
; ..... ... .
ude. Ike lull ts iirouglit onl to .
Tiger 23jard Jine.
v. it'iams went around left end for 3 '
jrarils. Ua Km nett piayLincoin wftt
. 1. . . A. .
tent -arotnd left rrl frr.3 yards nv,re''uui mclcu outside rfn ast,ingt.
2-yaTOX Iinumnien anti a.iu on uieir ayar.i line t unrijjr; r:
Ilker leCTVercttlt. Piker'a lulf ih lis
ouh v-l-yard ime flr. 1
Iltrgcr inM The. line w.thoiit rrof-
iThompfeif failed to Jsake Rood a pa'- yards. Thompson's pcs fai'eJ. Siianle
Stanley punted' to Packvood on Ms-,VieLed to Fulhrijht., on Missouri's IS
) ou" lS'yard line. Fnd of the 6r , Mri ,,. jhe new Tiger qnartcr ct ;
1 fnar'- Jcore.-'Missouii 0; Washinct n; tie bjj 03t to the center r f 'h" reM
'Thompjen - laUci to sake good a pas."
Wninnis. t. h. J. ' " 1 through the Piker team and to tV Tise
rt.i' r t ' The Miouri crnn string backCId ' 17-yard line. Washington look lime u
ijnccin, 1 u. f ,, c-..il..i . r-.T.i .. ..: 2 1 i.e.
was snawiag vp wtii. ; -
the opening of the second -p.n.jr .P.- incomplete. Ruth k.cke.Ih
ruzry" Wdliitns sprinted 33 irds do-vn ' Ctieedick en the Piker lo-vard line. Th-
l.i.. :m C , v. ,., r ,i,-.rld Park. t Piker player was downed before h
ymcA vmt tj,,.fh center for 1 yanl .moved.
f, -j,. gather j'ard thmuah tackK I Shanlcy returned the kick to Mi'sonif
Unten rtJl!e .otlic,. "-asnia6ton t.ok! vard line. Fulbrighrajab ran the Eal
t-iat ecJ back, this time fir IS yards. i
-, w ra ,5. d , I ralbrifl l' pas' to Speulder fa W,,
whe t-ps,,. lBlbW an'd ;t , yU j attempted another ras am
, . v.11 L vr..l,nV "n wrd lire. throv.n for a 10 yard loss. RuiM
r;t fAlnS a' hole through the Purr '
:nt fot 55ards. Knight lumbleil anu 11
-a Washington's ball on their own 1
yard line.- Stanley kicked to Tackled
n Missouti's 45-yard line.
TT.lt;i.-jl made Sr then 4. then 3. in'ington's 33-yard line.
,Uhtnine - .tvIe. The Tiger half was go-,
Mown on the Piker 25-yard line. Krugnt
failed to 'rain: Lincoln failed to make forAcdreM and Packwood for Knight,
.mod a pa.s. Uncln made 3 yards 1 Thompson opened the find renod b
through the line. Ruth attempted a!r"nS to Kremer fcr 20 jarda.
dropkick rom,-the 32 yard line. Tie! -Tjompson attempted a dropWk fror
kick fell sort and Piker picked it up 6-J lire. The ball went through
up on thff---yard line. ibetveen the sucks and above the bar-
. j..-.., j-tt.. it was good.
nan.ey pt-ciro. . .--u - -a-.-.
ington'e 40-yard line, Packood carried
it back 2"yard. Lincoln made 7 yards
ihronih tackle. Packwood went through
center for 4 yards and first down. Mis- j
sonn's ball on Washington s 23-yard bne.
MtssorEt scorns loucunovti
Cnieht aiade three good gains but a
erissT!s"pk!y, Knight to Williams, Ion
Washington took the ball on downs on
their 10-ird line. '
ShanW3 kicked IS yards to the Piker
Uncolnklrted right end fir 23 yards
lad a touchdown. Ruth'Jcicked goaL
I Score, Stissoan 1; waHungionu.
. -.!... .v .:. ,
rao. - -
rmr. . ,
HT--.""- -- -
cBa.M.r went in for WdUans.1
ISpenhler 'fumbled-the balL It was re-
cvwff - M - i.t
covered W Hataer. tac rwer cemer. woo
ran ." '" '
son kickej goal.
v.nr-! !issari 7. Wash'ton 7.
I I rt...J CT -a T InhTn rrt tti
S - S - Th, pbr n-
PoibeSf.wrat'arouad tight .end for 10
, A.vta-aj-. .
On Other Gridirons.
Harva-d 27. Broon 0.
.Huston College 37. Tuft! 0. .
Princeton 20, alo 0.
Minnesota 7, Iowa 23.
West Virginia 17, Ruten 0.
Pcr.rujlTanU 7. Dartmouth 41.
Wisconsin 1, Winds 9.
.Savy 63, Soclh Carolina 0.
yard line .hcn tbe balf tndil
' Sire: Missouii 7, Was'tinstcn 7.
Sumrnr) of Cmt half: Cameil in j
cnmmi:c: Miuoiui, 175 jards; Wj'h ;
inspi, 4J ytb. Distance P - 'i -
Missouri, 197 yards; 'Washington. 282
yanK Fi.std.wrni Miwscri 7. Wash
inton 3. x ards gained on forn&rd
passes: Missouri 5, Wts'iinjtoa IS.
rVtvet'n halves ibo crov'd's interest
i . belJ l a Miunui stunt in ubici-
CieTfn iijs. urtsocu as User players
aitarkn a seven foot nan, drcsted as a
'asMngtoa placer and laid hat ot
Vn ambclance drove up and toofct-llu
Iigcre away. Following this the Ml
o-jii bind tient to tlis Center of thei
field in front of the TTashinston s'an'
and plajed. later, nitli the band Ics '
ins ilic Missouri's stai.d rose ta ssn;
"OH Miswmi." I
At the besimlcc.of the swesd hal'
Knrru went in for Deeds on 'the Wash '
injittn team. No clnpe3 in the Tige
Im-nn, , . j
, PothofT Virled 9J vt Cftenel en MJ '
sourTs IS yard line. Coepel returned i- j
hall 10 yards. Lincoln went lhcuh th
ir rrt ,., , ,.., I
jc .r uj yanis ana ursi aawn. rvnin 1
umbled. Dcrcer recertred and it va
SAfnroa"i ball -on their okti -43-yard
"i6- Rreer 'went through for sew
'"O'" and H V tho Tikers' ball in th-
center ef the
center e: Uie teld. Oreisedick nect 1
eked 50 yards to Packroo
on MLwlw'i S.vard ln IT fnmt.ti-' -I
!" rrwvertd and it was Washiaston
bad on the TiSer 5-yard hne.
On the neat pUy Washington was per
!aliri 5 yards Thompson trieJ a droi
jki'V. The kick failed ar.d it was Mi
,!oaria LiU on their own 20-yard lihe.
, Ij-eoln and Kn'rht made, first dowr
Mi jouri touk time oat for PaclorooJ
Ruth kicked outside n Washington's 2'
ShWey punted ta Packwood on M
-ouri's .30-yard line.
' ift jbrcex small gaics Ruth rrtr
js T al,mgtor. s lOyard lire. Shanlr
Pcnj.cd to Misoari's 43-yard line. Pack
"ood returned 10 yards and femh'ed. .'
Ib - . - w,, . . .- ,
iijujjroiercu anj h lias, nasaingiani
raixicrrr jlskh eooo cm
Rcrser v.c-t around left end ft
yards. Tiwnrson's pas fai'eJ. Siianle
truiuiiiu iuucii w (ia rfri.uaii itji cj.
tuibnghts pars to Knight failed. Anoili
pi-n'cd to Thompson 'on Washington '
Both sides were oside and it was Mis
soun's bill for ope more, dawn on he
ewn 43 yard line. Ruth punted to Wash
Travis, of Missouri,
and Berger. of
Washington, both were knocked out bu
ere able to stay in the game after a
An exchange of punts gave'Washinjlon
the ball on Missouri's 33-yard line.
End of the third quarter. ScoreMis
souri 7, Washington 7..
Tt,,n(ain s. nt i?i fnv Rn,ltlr. ITsnttr
. ."- - .-".-. r-Y"----
c Tr.a;.- in, Mts,on,; 7.
Pothoff kicked to Williams on the Ti
ger 16-yard bne. Williams ran it back
Lincoln mad- first down and it va
Missouri's ball on her own 33-yard line
Washington was penslired 2 yards fo
taking an excessive numbrr cf times oat
Williams Sailed, to gain arcuad right end.
Fulbright's pass failed. Kershaw" went
in fcr WUhams.
Ruth kicked to Thompson on the Piker 1
30-yard line. Pothoff made first down ,
and put the'ball on Washington 40 yard
A fumble b Fulbrighr after a Piker
pant gave Washington the ball on the
Tiger 32-jard bne". I
Fulbngnt passes IS yards to Kershaw.
'On the next rilar Fuloricht raised to
f-t.,".... ...V ..j .l"l.ii ,. ,
rvci-naw, woo -aw ,w . '-a'-,
Z. l?ZZ "TJT "
scc: Missouri 14; Wasoingtacn 10.
n, iiajiuiifewu wvrws -. -tvw
Two Fires Cause Small Dam3zc.
The fire departraert wai called to tno
jttall r today. The first was at the
home of Robinson Cook, 312 "North .Ninth
treat, at iilOtlus miln It was
caused by baraing aoot falhng on the
iuu iiwa. sj6o na liviit. .
isgs around a furnace wcrt ignited by the
hot air blast from the furnace at theTJras-
-t.. . c.- .i, ?.a.n sT.t- .ir.
w.uu jw .u.o .wsi ,. vv.w a.
mcrning., Th, fire ,depjr.-."at exdn-
pustig lite pre win no ngS
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI,;SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920
Gompcr Rccve Infonnation
A'kjiU thj Orgmizatioii.of
' , Union."
, HAS 0T-R 500 BRANCHES
TAx ior Open Shop Is Backed
i r i r
Ly Employers, -Execu-
tue Committee of A." F.
1? Vli Pi . -
W (i.ictox, Nov. 13. Employers" are
aaking an eToit to orcanue onu'bn
aiwr to Djiil tie Ameiiean Federation
f Labor eceordinj to information whirh'
ss s-nt (0 Sanreel Compers here' today
Grnpc-f ha is ni"Jt of the feie
ation is cxpec.ed to la. the inforcu.i'ja
efi-.e the eicciuive counul of tbe
A-ratior, whi-h is in ttssion here nni.
Tie name of the new organization is
ltd to !w The American Union." Acv
jruing to labor leaders it Is an attempt
r the employers to make possible the
p-n s'lop which they are Cglitin? fo
The ergPtmtion Is siij to be laid or
pitriotie bast. Al-eady it is reported
at tho are fire hundred bmirh- of
ie orgeniraticn cner the ennnfy and
mre are benj orjanireJ rapidly.
';0 JlaiORIAL SERVICE nERE
World Par Dca-l to Bo. Honored
OMr by riaSai-ay.
Ther'niirbe no social sen 7ri in
"'"tibia ir ternitin-. nf Mrmiriil
Dav on nt Panday. With the ex-en
n of displajins llie fjas at half mast
-1 oai!laprc with tlisTrder recii-jj b
cilitsry pots and th" nntoffi;e fro-n
White House, Memorial Day will pas
"Tiie R O. T. C jnait is not In pcsl
inn to plan arylhinj," aid CoL W. n
'Arsons "as tlie officers in charge of -Ui"
mpanies have juiiViction over the rant
"I durirg s"eh time as prescribed b- I
- University. Hnweter, vie wfjl urpej
rdbt to attend anv services thit mavf
Major James M. Cordon feid he ltn--
f no plans for Sunday. ZVeUherlie I
'" !"" "
---;,; Le-ion ncr ihf Veterans
orei'n Wsr will
I recognize the day w
-v fwia cf servce.
Re- i'a- civiec
be hen m ai-
'OLUMBIA NEGRO MURDERED
.evy ...iiiam jutica i.y mtc.net
,, . "-. on ucan.
" Ul" '." ? ? i , i1 haJ SDe to hear th.
i.ie. Ir.L. Lew VViJliams. a ColLmIjiar 1. r .l .,. r ?
e-To was Lifted by a hatchet blair on !
le head an-t his watrh and mar v.cre
-ten. An 13-vpar.ft'd r..rn is jtllrf
-- , .g,- j.
have been the marde-er
, Vfte, the murder. 1 hich took rlace No
ailwr 3. Williams was locked in his
.-m and reported cut of town, so tha
' - body was rot found until a vek '"
fimbr 10. Williams and the
nan bot'l workeu in e. restaurant in
.. arne, Ind. and had been close friends.
The body was sent here for burial as
vii'iams' wile ana nis mo.ne-, airs, tme
tne Williams, live at 601 Railroad street
illiams is sainted also by several
mothers and sisters. '
Funeral services will be held Monday
renicg at the Second Baptist church.
I'JSIC WILL CLOSE CAMPAIGN
Christian Church Endeavor "Dtiv
(0 End Sunday.
An entire musical prop am next Sun
ay night will clo-e the manth's cam
laign for new members which the Chris
n Endeavor .of the. Christian Church
as been carrjing on. The program fo'
'oi.s: . '
ss s;lo ....Robert L, Caseb-.il
'iano sulo ,.,. ,..P. Alati
'p-ano solo '
Mauine Collins of Christian College
lute die - j.
Alci Finlaisyo'aad Don Hanlei
Vio!jn s-lo .-.f 1.. Frances Lothiar
cvu , j.Chrjsu'an' College girt
"'ale qoartet.....N.I.. ..University mer
TIRES D0W7 20 PER CENT
lroa Corn panics Cut Prices of Au
tomobile Tires Today.
R IXnhI p m..
Akro-v, Ohio, Nov. 13. Cuts in the
"ires of automobile ti-rs of all mA-s
r-"e fc annonjcesl by the big
? raraing. Irom 12 to 20 prr
"en! Tlw Pri reduction will uke cf
"ect rithinihe next week, according to
he 'alcment' issued by the comoanies
"""Jn? the feu. Three of tho Lures'
'"0Pani''have already made cuts' in theii
Iricrs '' k eTec, some -weeks aan.
.:. .. . ,
-.wiw m nare spxtii Bcnict.
Ccntralia, vill hcU 1 s annual Com
?. TJ-S1 r . in the
tetJio! Church, Thanksiving even-
img. Special m'ie wdl be pTivided b
a choir composed of the three choirs of
1 -he town.
Danjh'er to Mr. and Mrs. I SI. Sapp
iluzhltT -!,, Mr. ,. jj-,
inJ chnd m doing du . and Mrs.
s,rn ,it -,.. l.l,i.4'
Marriage Licer.se to Claadid Logan, j
t 1; . - ,. ,
Djniiit license was issuea toaay 10 1
Claudie Ligan, 32,-and Jfrf Henrietta
iu,v ?, ot nr.Park. -In .
i&s. - 'tssihstaJ.
.'. : - . x a jv. si
' r" S&Efegf'fW . l...M;
f" S-w "-s-asi(; tJPv .Jw v
' rAlJ-iJljllN XJ KjKoill
jurjrj Unable to Reach Decision;,,
I - Is Discliarged by Judge
- A, the rtrr filed back into tha Grenit
tCcurt ,., ate yc,ter(y ,l,e myli
resvlt ot the trial ot sv?n enanc rini
stulents lor paddlin? Jos-ph,T. U?t.
-roie, became ruiderli s i'lcL
For forty-five, minutes, while the jurs
had been dtiibera'in; thi throng ha '
been in an uproar. Mnch beiia$ h'd
;one, on. Despite the h'crcs ef ih
hour; few spectatots had left.
i he jurors bred up bf-re th" raih '
(icnilcmen, have vou reached a ce
asked John S. Eickneil, ;us ice
nf ih- tvsrif who on i"u he nph.
Absolate quiet fell upon the rcora.
"We have not' repbed the foreman.
"Do yon think, gentlemen, that there is
any chance of a decision?"
"Then you are discharged!"
As the crowd realized that the jurywas
hung and that there would have to beo
new trial. It broke up noisily and its
members hurried away to a late dinner.
The cew trialwill rrobably be held
week after next. ,.
AT SIGMA NU HOUSE
Damaje Done When Corn-
stalks Became Ignited.
A fire occurred in the Sigma N'u fra
ternity house last night hile ah i"iformii
darce in honor c( their viai ors . fr"ta
Washlngtort-Universitr was in progress.
A cornstalC house had been built in lha
library. TIu's was ignited when the dry
leaves and xrepc-papcr around the. clec
nie Iighlesught fire.
n.c. . - i.. . :.u ,-!,,
Hie lire a rasiij. j.u su. ..., -
eof water aad wet blankets. The - dam -
age 1, estimated a. J10O. -
GERMANY AFTER PRESTIGE
News Serrlec!" Distributed Free la
tlv L'ldlrd fl-ras-
AIexicc Cijt, Not. 13.-Cermany Is be
ciininz in earnest her drive to regain
lostsconuaercial prestige -in Me;ico. A
Cerrian. news service, distribu'ed free
is appeariig now in the pres of the cap
itaL and posters. displared throughout the
city announce that German notion .pic
lures will be shown shortly at the local
The German news service, which is un I
, ; , . - ., . - t- lt i
uer tne nireciion o. me -?-"-"
lie war. is'evoted largdr to presenting '
the German. -point of view in Europea. "luu o.t-- -"""" "-poht'carques-idns,
and to -.roraation , r fc rf p- aab sJ-sTlIead
on the fehabJitation of GeTnan industry i ' '-'"' i-v:,,--,- ei j"iii
8. S: Cass for Short Course.
A ela of short course men has bet-
t.- .l.. crj.. c i..i ,tns
way Melodist Charch. The class 1
twea-y-aix members. There are fifty-fire BogsTo ttuiisu per rent nrw pnev,
rr-.tj:... ii.j - .v.. .!.- ,-n. fnlihs sale of Rockoort P11 Uuh averaged
.-.nt,n .pr t II rt-s. will he the
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Ju..u.v. ,u-. .....-' "it
,is.u.uu f"" -- li: vy, -:, , j-t-i c.4 :rf .!.., K- n uldnttes jt
clars.' They are pining ta give , dfWe. .M? "''A Js5rS
Wif "t.fa ., - . .
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For Colombia and vidni"y: Incrca'ir
rlonuns- rrnhaliv fJI'.v.ed bv s-iow
flurries Sunday or Sunday night; not
quite so cold; lowest temperature tonight
iror Mi'socri: Increasing claudinrss,
I-cbably folloved by rain or snow Sun-
fa and m the vrcst portion tonight; ns-
fl temperature. - .
Shippers Forecast: Withia a radius
of 203 mil.-a cf Columbia the lowest tem
i .-a u-e during th- nett 35 hours will be
tbort0t.cs:; 16 cor.h; 16 each, and 20
rheccld wave s'ill is the dominant fea-
tnre in all sectiens east of the Rocky
Mountains. Freezinj weather extends to
the Atlantic coast, aad into, Louisiana,
uahama, and Georgia. In tne wes-ern
part of the Plains and Rocky Mountains
"e weaiaex oas moacia cu na im.cas-
1 lag cloui'inca and seme snow.
' The Missouri roads are in fair to good
l-aiebng shape, eaxept frozen and rough
. in low places. Jhere will be little or no
The weather in Missouri will moderate I
slowly with gathering cloudiness, and the
mbahih-ies aie Jiat there will be sam:
ram or sw by or before Sunday night.
'Local, Data: The highast temperature
n voliimbia resterday as 27 degrees;
and the lot. est last night was 11 degrees,
I'lccipi.auon iuA a year ago jesrauaj
the hiahest temperature was 42 degrees
j wd the lowest as 20 degrees. Precipi-
sun rose toaay o:du a m.
Sun sets 457 p. tn. Moon sets 7:27 p. m.
GEORGE SISLER HERE TODAY
Famous Baseball Player Biscasscs
I'atare of Game.
That the prcsen ,ir iu Is being
a;ed in rrgacid haebaU will be ami
t, ablr sKtIHt is tne opinion oj oeorgets-
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! '". fi baseman p-em.tr of the St. Louis
B'owns Mr. 5 Wer -& umb-a
.mrfball game today and to visit at the
Jcl- Tau Del J Irouse.
Tarn cerlaiqly glad the recent base-
US rlll-U w h.41.ijs a ,
1 ball scandal cam-. You tee. people knew
.here was something crocked about tne
Wo:lJ Series cf 1919, bat they didn't
know e -acilv where the trouble was. And
'you know how goip is," he continued
with a (finical smile. ice. taing is
Jcared tp cow, and we know the game
is alwlnel oa the square agair. I
lock for a great stcsan next year."
Mr. Sislcr. or "George," as be is known
to Jiousands of fdmiring fav is credited
by most baseball critics as being the most
dt most Daseca
1 athlete In the gam:
,, . .vrn r.va. vs
RowroCT, Mo, NV. ll-Dcspi'e the
-I e-s, francid toncTjoc, tie tower hog
carle' and other concinons wftica nave
'en f-"-t - breKlera of pure red
$32. The tot
The total for o 85 head old was
fh-lt.u5. The aTKSte tT
Hpw It Feels to Hae a Friend . .S X 1
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FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION -
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(Coi.fr-. ---- v
Wilson Makes Appointments to"1
Fill Places Created by
Sr uisj rrs.
ASiif.TO, N v. 11 I'resi tt Wi!
wi tedav annoin-eJ that he had made
a-p in men s to the United Va es M.in-
ping Beard. Under the Jones Act the
members ip of the Board has beet) in
creased and the follo-ving appointmn-t
we'O ma 'e to fill the p'ats erea'ed br
Fred L Thcmpsan of Alabama, D m-
erar. was 3) p in ed for a peri-d f 5
rears. Jcse-h N Teal ef O'
, ( !, H n,w,Ti .f p-k;,,, . r.
publican, was a-pin'ed fof two Tea-
Grev CoT of Js-onsin. a Repab'i an
was apnrin-ed fo- one veir. Chatl
""ttcr of Mi-s-irri, Reprbliean. vies ap
pointed for one year. Admiral Bens.
I remains as chairman ofitha Board.
COMMUNTTT CHURCH PLANNED
. Peer Park Ciorehrs to Cambine aad
Form O-e ConerezaUon.
After abo at a yea's vo-k on the part
fof organizers, the Deer Park comnrairy
im u.u one-nan mues irom Uilnmhia
launched its movement for a coraramtrt
church last Sunday.
-ihta mmn-ity" Prof. A. W. Ta lo
fof the Bible College said, "is one of the
est In Boone Count It has one of ta
bes! rock roads in the eounrt. has fir.
farms and the people are of high intel
ligence. It has a line seh-olhorss ant
are of the best country schools in tV
"L'p lo this time, however, there have
be-n Ihree churches in the cimmnnirr
Abaut ijO persops make up the popula
i"n. in an artral survcr, but all thre
'rnrche shoe-I a resident membership
of only 83. The reason for the low n-m
fcer is that in all of ike churches sectar
ianism ha been pTarhrd and the vocng
people haie failed to respond. At the
Hme ef the survey, the average Sun lay
school attendance was twenty- for en
chnrch. making an attendance of ab.nr
one in ten young folks. The oldest of
th: churches is now 101 years, old bu:
fever in the certury has there been a
Last Sunday the Disciples of Christ.
the Presbijetians and ths Methodists
niered the commanity church organiza
ion and raised a bndget of $2000. A
resident pawr, tho R-f. Rabtrt N. f hanl
rf Sorth DaLoti, hsi been -mplnr-d a't.l
.11 take up his work 90 Novcraher SJ.
r :"?".' ;I,mT3.'c!,T a t0?
na-i-T rntuc-i u L-ai ine aroucirr h-'
,n mn-'l Chrlaian. If. -,. t7"
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i- tin-tciian I harO will prabaalr l
rnai e 4 ana csed fcr tha ccasSunliy
W. C. Ti U.to Ccbbra'e.
' The W. CT. U. will hold a ihisbziV.
irz meeOn at 23 o'clock Monday af
om5 mrmotT Hitnosx Tcrine conrsec RWi , i-"
tcwii'-rsoKndeomiatilL TheVf S " "SQ
ternoon in tee I. .vu t- A. the racewiE liilaweil and Miss -Mtrgirtt T
JI a'ss bj a ciraoaf thrcarryia.r!H5sri6 vere dcWd frea I
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JSmA Basement of Duma
fv-Siv1r,s,vr-C9 as They
rli jMAJII- A-U3OJUS
,1 AWitol WiU Be HcW
;UMAmd ef JtUul'
sfeStj Ofieew -Ntsct
, s ; . 1,
A&P Chief of Pafav VUM
.nha iBg1H8-tnt of ;dW Dai
VfMiaeKUr.rt corner..; U-nM--r
and. Hilt Mrwu tn wxafatf; Mwis M
,,nth nf 14- - b 'wl W
esl i,afa 3ia-W'.B4
,'a-in. iiwOerV1 aires SJi; !"
!tns fctl? Bfe-w.ir.ol jM,
j3ccis TicvZ, Jafytu jfj(T.
moe.a Ac" aetW;Je'ikajp
raid Sicre: a cpfi;.fniirta-i M
ma condeuinz ajtaa;' irtan
,or of mash, an a-frf in Mh.far,
oal jil ajive, thrw-bsaesVi,, AM.
peaches; two bores., ot ;
.ccs; lour bottles JA
, M a pint of distiiied I
5araae! U the. Jantlerr n
and was beinz assisted by .
sideline nroduction. 'The '
inj rp about 9:30 o'chiikj
hen the, oSce-i in'trcpiedf -
Ui- ill 19 rush smaller 1
'j'w rlsat and yrt
1 jVen front the hasenwfH'l
is n t k'nown whethr Ir ialn
I a '01 si stil cannfact rvsr4
fhe cpe-aicrs of this still
. n ifiifuir rT . tHI
' A t.njo- Th" bosk 1
r -.. p .
i rre old stvle an I markwi:.
'.mam ks tlan (oar taivi
ii' per rent of alcoVl"
ira rt-T!r pe ? with Whist tojv-'CT
i-in and Saonl'Is are hWjr
"arer ut toanaltitirlng intasi
rr "Jot'i a.vj well tnowaTj
. - -m ciTiuus ias Dem aessy
s Ida coan-tcr r 1J1 the aTcgil a
f'KL-r-V!-.Srii-r Lior, frf"
t. it raiij ih mormiie: was 1
-i tn ra-ci him and hi rjederafc
1 eperatim. li'''5!
M0Ri "OME-BKEV.' BEER,
rrofiibltioi Offieers Will Prosecute'
for Sale of Mtlt and Hops.
'ticiov Nor. 11 Prolihitloat
farctiacnt cJucers have today recrirrd
n-tnxitons to prosecute all re-oiw who
ire selling bop and main In eanvjurt
packages for making bome-brew Uer
Tho Ip'einiil Reienve Bureau is i-isir
wo Mop th- makmr of home-brew beer fet
Mag sold in quantities which legally
caake alout t.ttr- gallon of lrr. 11
I'd 'malt jic aid to be articl-s of ,,
-n.J !'( selling of fhem as nih acosnh&
JP(i. However, !ien they are ros
ured it is ssid ihat ihy coavjtaie an
LVN'DIS IS ONLY JUDGE
BawbVtl Sapreme Conrt to
Bat 0:e Member,
Ct-ro Vor. 13. Ja Ie K. 5t !
' will be the ole member of tlie base,
nil supreme coart it wis announced
here Vila Jfe elprcseJ the wSh t-i
lrt Ik? ro th-r m-rol-.-a apaallil-1,
and It wis eariieJ nuu The Amerfctr
nd National leagu'a hive pledged tW
- Pr to the jndje. H
JOSEPH STEWART IS Bfl'l-i
Chl'd Berame Snddealy m-Srt- '
'p-s Indlca'e Plomainc Poi-nNf.
The condition of Joseph Stewart,- .
rear-old am of Mr. and Mrs. J., f .,
3 er-art. ISIS Rieha'dson atreet. Is '
hat imn-rjvrA ,
The child sod.l-r.lv bet-ame ill Tl-M-
ft Jtf'ernoon. Sine- Lhen his cju-tlM '
' been seriotts, Althoogh insrP
or indicate ptomaine poisoning. Us
larjr'j are enable to account for It,
1 othjr nemhers of the family h"
s.nered frim food eaten at the m
niE SENATI TAKES A
Stndenti M .isn't Tnk- r.irl'a
Away From Them, Gray s--
ine p-artire of taking frtihnwn '
awa frori pt-l -rtiAm tk-v are esean
t -ny pi that c grenp el men see m,J
( dl not L i1 "it,l hr ihrt indent S(st
i said Walter Cray, prcsideat $
te, todaj. S
tamriltv night daring the sJurt-M "3
rad. sereral ran ere forcibly
-'ar from their "dates" thereby 1
. ""- .' tv kt faai? aiucc aw
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r", , ik -.J .-!.. .. .'vt tfl
- uo u.ta IBI a.V f"-
Asciit To Stairata to Hojj-
AHu Ilua.cn and IL'fi Iraa !
were, adtsfc'ed Patter ilciserial 1
Friday tairamg. Wa!uj
Urteetie. Ela-r Tarwaier. Mrs.
tarrviacjHailsiriUe vers dirciaricd freta I
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