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(SZ.KV ESTATE FOR SALE
1SALE-Tlndid building lot on
rsin avenue, 60 by 233 Sett. Price,
F. A. Henningcr. 41-tf
frOR SiLE Majestic coal range and
' fa range; rtotn in peilect con-
Phnne Wfl. H-81.
fOR SALE Complete net of Century
ifcuiry ana Cyclopedia. Last edi-
Ui ciotn pinuing, imn paper, fix vol-
rhone 797. I'.J7
LOST AND FOUND
U)CXlkadeil bag on mezzanine
f l lavem mursiiay morning.
hair ulcase call Christian College of-
Ifo 44-grcen. H-ii
I05T alurdav Lcrneen Parker Ilos-
Li and Col-itaLia Theater a Phi Deta
fratermtv pin. Keirard. Uwight
kbiton. Phone 218. W-8I
(j05TCf.U cuff link viith date '1903
i cor face, lniti d on other; probably
fcTirem. E. V. Page, phone B03.
CT "it the Miouri Kan-as tame
V xrist watch with "Alpha Sept.
I 70 on the lac licturn to Mis-
nian office, vv-n.
LOST EroMi lSoralino hat, white lin-
tat Tavern last Saturday, niglit from
in lobbv. Return to II. C McCray,
I LOST A jeweled Kappa Alpa Theta
i with owner s name on back. Finder
ae return to Theta House. P-78.
LOST l mixer in Academic Hall
x night brown overcoat with
It. tinder please return to ia .Mi-
Loi Aicnuc or plione 1032. 0-77.
JUCEN T.V MISTAKE-Ovrner of
jtncoit which was taken by mistake at
ilia in Academic Hall Thursday night
uy obtain same by calling at 720 Mis
am Avenue and pacing for this ad
ntisrment. STRAYED Medium sized black cow
r white markings strayed from
Crrc Dorsey's pasture on University.
bee; please hold and notify a 19 Gen
tTED Young man who has had
rprwf- in drug store for part time
ti5 rue Ivp 'i ?rr- .
0' i ii PUBLICATION. Ja
ute f Mracri) ;
CwuyV-iinnnr t"K- "fAttC-.'foTpfS'." "
la the Circuit Court, in vacation be-! jj VRJORIE QUIN., Deputy,
kre Jaaaary Term, 1921. j Ienion Dec 27, 1920
F. R. Ccnmngliam, plaintilT, j
, sa-ainst (26162) ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I& Bw(n consorts heFrs, deri-ees
. aep,4lifnrx, immediate, mesne or ' ol M'"ou-)
mn-, voluntary or involuntary gran-1 J":
ln of Tehulon Wiggin, deceased; j County of Boone, )
Oorge V. Joljison, deceased; and of In the Crcuit Court, in vacation be
ErekW llohbs, deceased; and of Gar- fore January Term, 1921.
had Colvin, deceased; and of Rich-'Virgil AkTTlarris, Jane II. Rogers, Mat
rd Colvin, deceased; and of Jlartellus I tie IL Hendrick and John W. Harris
Colvin, deceased; and -of Joshua Mils, Jr, plaintiffs.
deceased; and of Joshua Mice, de-' againt " (261501
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mils, de-, Sue McQure, John II. McClure, William
ceased: and of Lucinda F. Mize, de-
i erased; an 1 of Savannoh Sapp, de-
ceased; and of Savana Sapp, deceased;
! and of William Sapp, de
' ceased; and of J. W. Sapp, deceased;
and of Salhe CsJvin, deceased; and of
i Faanie Colvin, deceased; and Dorat
' Cohin, decased: and of Beverly Col-i
I via. deceased; and of Mary Wells, de-j
ceased; ami of Jessie T. Colvin, ,de-
. i. i ,r r..it- l Cjin i
,-SA4, U1 VI t.Iltt . ..-..
liecea'ed; and of ancy L. llun,
, acccaeo; rrani. rosm, uct.s-s, m
' of Thomas Colvin. deceased; Nora
Belle. McCarty. deceased; and of
I Daniel Louis (or Lewis) McCarty, de
ceased; and of Michael Senior, de
ceased ; and each of them respectively.
all persons under whom they claim.
and all tier-ons claiming by. tlirough
or under them or either of them and I
Boone County. Missouri, defendants.
THE STVTE OF MISSOURI, to the
Uve named unknown defendants
You are hereby notified that an action
bi been commenced against you in tlie ,
Grout Court of Boone County, Jlifoouri, i
iceting the tide to the following Ie
soiled Ian Ii aid tenements lying. ling
" I situate in Bxine Countv, Misouri. j
f lac "wutti inirty v) "to u "
n . . t r .i.'
SiBuVast Quarter of the Southeast Quar.
of Section Twenty-ven (27) ; and
Ikree (3) acres, mote or Ics, being all
Hut part of the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-foux
131). that liei North and East of center
f the old Nashville Road, and all of
lie above described land in Township
fcrty-seven (17). Range Thirteen (l3'
thirl, cji.t -iinn is returnable on the
NHt't day cf the next regular term of this
wart lo be held at the Court liouso iu
tie Gty of Columbia, Boone County,
iliuouti, on MONDAY, JANUARY 3,
1921, when and where you may appear
ff' ai answer or otherwise defend eueli
etion: otherwise nlaintifTs pelilion will
-be taken as confessed and judgment
.i ttw ep tn ta recsro-
, .HNls'v su hand as -wli ". ,uvr.-.,;,t Coart of f-o3e
e.rcv,t iurt of Boone County. Msuri. .
d thr seal of -aid curr.
.r -: I ., llArte at i
t'l ItiC Ergl pi ! i'- .-v- 1
oEc in Columbia, Missouri, this 27th
Wort a Dj.
TANTED-M.D vrho ovens light truck
Za T T "n in,pw
running a short distance eat of Co
lumbia. We furnish ill necessary ma.
terial and pay J13.00 for each Inspection
requiring a few hours of your spare time
once about every ninety days. Apply
by letter J, care Missotirian Office.
WANTED Theme typing. Call Ruth
Horning, 1181-black. 320 N. 9th St.
BOARD AND LODGING-"-
FOR RENT A desirable room, 1217
E. Broadoay. Phobe 589. J-77tf.
FOR RENT Southeast room for tsvo
joung men; in new modern bungalow;
reasonable. 1601 E. Broadway. Phone
FOR RENT Northeast room for two
gentlemen. Phone 663. H-81.
FOR RENT Large room villi south
and eat windows; large bath just across
lull; private home; no children in house.
Will rent cheap if taken at once. Applv
1409 Windsor Stretu A178. '
ACACIA LODCE, No. 602. A. F. & A. .M.
Tucilay nening, Dec.
7 ,at 7 o'clock. Third
IL L. Kempster, W. M. J..M. Long. Sec
Thilo Building. Hitt and Broadway
No. 114, A. F. 4 A. M.
Special meeting Wed-
nesday night, Decem
ber I. First degree.
Victor Victor, Sec J. T. Oliver, W. M
I. 0. 0. F.
LODGE NO. 207
every .Monday night.
Msitors alwss wcl-l
Roy Fowler, N.
C. a F. Baker. Stc
MISSOURI aiAITER ORDER OF DE
Regular Meeting, every Wednesday,
7:30 p. nu Acacia Lodge Room, corner
Hitt -nd lidway Visitors Welcnmc
KaiT Via " : e. R.-m .t. i. E-e, M.
( November, 190.
,,.,! IL S. POLLARD. Clerk
w. m. n,;.i.t,
V. Jlcdurc, John F. McOnre, SalUe.
F. McClure. Carrie M. Shakelford,
lames W. McQure, Daisy Crcer,
Certrude M. JIcDooald, Fannie M.
Matdiews, Virgil McQuitty. Lienti Mc
Quitty, Blanche L. Palmer. Montgom
ery McCulIough. William A- LienU
and the nnknown-Iirs. consorts, de
visees, donees, alienees and immediate,
mesne, remoU", voluntary and invol
untary grantees of William McQure,
deceased, and of JL P. Lientz, de
ceased, end of Montgomery P. Lientz,
deceased, F. J. McQure and The Co
lumbia Cemetery Association, a corpo
ration. The Trustees of the Town
Saiithton and the Gly of Columbia,
HIE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above named unknown defendants, and
nonresident defendants, John II. Mc-
Cure, William V. McClure. John F.
McQure, Bailie F. McQure. Carrie JL
Shakelford, James W. McQure, Daisy
JL Greer, Gertrude L McDonald,
Fannie M. Matthews, Virgd McQuitty,
Lienu McQuitty, Blanche L. Palmer,
Montgomery McCulIough, William A.
Lientz, The Trustees of the Town of
Smiibton and F. J. McClure,
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced against you in the
Crcuit Court of Boone County, Missouri,
affecting the tide to the following de
scribed lands and tenements lying, be
ing and situate in the Gty of Columfiia,
formerly the Town of Columbia, Mis
souri, and in Boone County. Missouri,
and known as Lots Nos. 207; 208, 213,
2H, 215, 216, 221, 222, 223 and 221 in the
Columbia Cemetery in said city; which
said action is returnable otr tbe first day
of tbe ntt regular terra of this court
tr he held at the Court House in tbe
Gty of Columbia, Boone County, Mis
souri, on .MONDAY. JANUARY 3. 192L
when and wbere yu nay apr" "
.mr otherwfoo ueleud sued acuoui
otherwise plaintiff' reliliou will -be taiea
as confessed and judgment rendered at-
, tree . r? i.v. . . ...
py Ircr? uic rrecrs
W lTNlSJ niv uad a tl-.el -
, , ,.
Columbia, MiiwurL tbi 20tli
si -: " V
- jui. " . -
day cf November, 1920.
(Seal) R. S. POLLARD, CleA
N. T. Gentrr,
Atty. for Plffs.
MARJORIE QU1NN, Deputy.
(Last insertion December 19.).
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of Missouri,)
County of Boone, ) ss.
In the Crcuit Court, In vacation bfcioie
January Term. 1921.
LUL P. BERRY', Plaintiff.
The unknown heirs, consorts, devisees,
donees, alienees or immediate, mesne
or remote , voluntary or involuntary
grantees of Frederick A. Hamilton, de
ceased, of Benjamin Sharp, deceased,
of John W. Yeldell, deceased, of Alex
ander Douglass, deceased, of Edward
P. Rogers, deceased, of John Lampion,
deceased, of Turner R. 1 laden, de
ceased, of Henry T. Rainey, deceased,
of Felix G. Laforce, deceased, of Leon
Idas E. Brown, deceased, of Edgar Fin
ley, deceased, of Jno JL Samuel, Trus
tee, deceased, of Jno. E. Johnson, de
ceased, of W. A. Stewart, deceased, of
Ambrose Y'oung, deceased, of Jno. M.
Samuel, deceased, of Trios. Roland, de
ceased, of Hiram Phillips, deceased, of
Frank Wdcov, deceased, of James C
Orr, deceased, and of James U. Ruckle,
deceased, and of each cf them respect
ively, and all persons claiming, or who
misfit claim by, through or under them,
or either rf theta, defendants.
THE STATE OF SHS501RI, to the
alh.te named imknHn. defendant
Y'nn arr hereby noticed that on action
has been commenced against rou in the
Circuit Court of Roone Count), Missouri,
affecting tho title' In the following de
scribed lands and tenements lying, le
ins and situate in Bonne County, Minu
ri, towit: A part cf I.nl Number three
hundred and forty-nino (349) and tliree
hundred and fifty (330), in the original
town, now city, of Columbia, Missouri,
described as follows; Beginning at .a
point twenty fie (23) feeLoJ,r,,
ar'-west corner of 'toTrJumber 319,
thence m-th 6J feet, thence cast to the
right of way of the Wabash railroad,
hence southwardly along said right-of-way
to a point 23 feet north of the fontli
line of lot number 319, thence west to
tlm point of beginning; which said ac
tion k returnable on the first day of tha
next regular term of this court to be held
at the Court House In the Gty of Colum-
!"" - m:.,,: MOX
IAMjAnY V i92l. when and
where yoa may aprear and answer or
otherwise defend such action; otherwise
plaintiffs petition will be taken as con
fetscd and judgment rendered according-
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS my band as clerk of the Gr--;.
Tcnrt ef Eeoi rJun-v Mif'o-rn,
a. J to- tl of d arr. Duac f
Wr in i..iumb, Mo i tbis 13th day
nf Ajerabe.tli,2'- . '. ,
LAL- S- c POLUKOf n
By Marjoi'u V.Ircn).
Atn-Jor PUf. -artjnscrtios D 1J
ORDER. OF PUBCATION SV
State of Missouri,)
County of Boone, 1 j. '
In the Grcuit Court. In vacation be;
fore 'January Term, 1921. ,
M. M. Tandy and Grace Tandy, Eaectrt-
ria of the last wiU and tesiameni oi
a II. Tandy, deceased, plaintin-
Tlie unknown heirs, consort, devisees,
donees, alienees or immediate, mesne
or remote, voluntary or involuntary
grantees of Louis Lardoise, deceased,
of Joseph Story, deceased, of Ourles
Lucas, "deceased, of Abraham Barnes,
deceased, of Joseph Magee, deceased,
of William SL Gitt deceased, and of
Truman Roberta, deceased, and tlie
unknown consort of Jesse Copher, de
ceased, and of each of them respective
ly, and all "persons claiming, "or who
might claim by, tkroygh or under them
or cither of them. dcleTOfcnL
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, tothc
above named unknown delenuants,
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced against you in the
Circuit Court -of Boone County, Mi-uri.
affecting the title lo tbe following de
scribed lands and tenements Ijing, be
ing and situate in Boone County, Mis
Tlie we.l half of tlie southeast quar
ter cf section eiglit (8), the eaJ part fcf
it, ...ei K-nr ,f the? soutliwest nuirtcr of
.-! s-ti.in eialil (0). that part of the
west half of the northeast quarter oft I
-.: .m-miwi, 1171 llut lies nonli V
of the center of the Columbia and Fay-1
ette Road and tbe east part of u1 P3"
of the east half of the northwest fpiar-J
ter of said section seventeen io inai
lice Dortb of the center of said road all
in towrship forry-nine (19) North, Range
fourteen (1) West of the Fifth Piin
dpal Meridian, beginning at a point (J)
In the center of the Columbia and Fayette
Road, north M'i degrees west 9Z71 leftt
from a stone (A) in the center of id
road, and in line with a .division fence
taken to be on the north and south sub
division line of the northeast quarter of
said section seventeen- (17) : thence
north 0 degrees 15 minutes west 4,780
feet to a comer fence past (n), taken for
the halfway point between-the center of
slid section eight and the quarter sec
tion comer on tbe east .side tiereofs
thence north 89 degrees wnM (Sorrer
NV 3103) 2437 feet to a point (2) on
the cat and vest euMKtsiou line cf said
sectjou eisli (8); thence souti 0 de
grees IS miuulea east 3834 tret to a point
(3) tbe center of the Olcmbfa and
Favett? ?.:!; tm ire, wiih tire rcsVr ol
... ,. ..... -nv j., ., yn
-' "" '" '". X" Si
J 'sTiI TH 3 IK'lUt . fa C"WW v Kt,.4
l - . -.-'. i .-l. t.r'
court DonrJoa.t 1a-j ittl it a cai vDL.wuui ir
.. i ' 4ft .:..., ,. 757 f ll
degrees 40 minutes east 737 feet to tlie
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MIS5QUKIAN. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
in ihe Field of Sport .
PURSES WERE SMALLER
f.Y OLD RISC DAYS
Bv IteiiT L Farhixl
United Presi Stag Correspondent.)
Ncw YnRV. Nov. 10. "T.Ik abont
being hit a wallop. I'm just about groggy
from readin a paper. I see where Willie
Jackson wants (50,000 for a chance to win
the lightweight championship."
Jack McAuliffe, retired and undefeated
lightweight champion, was unburdening
himself on the difference between the old
and the new fighters.
"Jacksoh wants a young gold mine for'
a chance at a title that would bring him
a fortune. He wants close to a $1,000 a
minute for meeting Leonard in a fifteen
round bout. Back in Not., 1387, 1 fought
74 rounds with Jim Carney in Revere,
Mass, and didn't get a red cent. Earl)
in the same year I went 23 rounds with
Harry Cilmore in Lawrence, Mass, and
got $500. And we were fighting with kid
"When I see one of these braves pull up
alongside Madison iMjuare Garden in a
limousine and haie a secretary and a
manager announce his arrival, I think
of the old das when we had to hide
away from sheriffs and sneak out under
cover of darkness to an old bam. When
I see these high fiuanciers of the gloves
enter the ring in a sils dressing rob
with a barber", art all over their fa-es
and heads, I grt weak thinking of our
days when a 'pnie fighter could be ar
rested just fcr 1-er.ag found In a town.
They were the days when the going
was hard. Look at the hghtweighuuo
la). Jackson wanting $50,000 to b-x a
champion with a pair of pi I" i
'lands and Tendlcr wanting WvAa) ii:
a chance at a championship -crov.n.
"No wonder, that a!u: knock;
L4CK OF SPiCE STOPS
The lack of aaerruale gymnasium space
may probibit''girIs' basketball at Uni
versity High School this season. l
P'esent the regular gm classes are the
only form of athletics that the girls are
having. If arrangements for a gymnasium
-an be made, the girls' basketball team
will be re-organized.
UKKXOFX STOAT WILL
REPLACE V. II. S. FEAST
The banquet which was to have been
: r . k r . nr..:.
High School football team has kicri
called off, and another feature in con
nection with the preentatiou of the let
lers is being arranged, though nollung,1
definite has been decided upon-' In aH'1
1 upon- In ailf '" ,,s"""-' Miyjma:
r3!!.1" "HIK " 'T MZtDEFEAi
1 lt-J Pf"?' , w..t ri Jt ij v
probability tlie, letter men
couueen II latter part
The season Jytsr, jrhxed :
The season )rs jrloed wp1'54V'VAiw
UU)I ainil-VYIU III tl )k " f IU t- iJW ;
- -V- ;"" "''j n't Vj
mlU' nrrvrtTrtnm -irtili !i ard sniftn m
. t.1 ' - ir Tr-;f''ir.
turrrable oiho-ursi dayof tbe'tveat rcg-
nla'ferrn'of ihis'bou'rt to be'held at th.
. . , : .i. rt r f,i i.:
cituri luiufc in lie u I til VAfiuuiuio.
Uoqne Count, Missouri, on MONDAl
JANUARY.?. 1921 when and wlierc youl,1"! '""T '" """ "'"'nsv.n loot-
T K. . .. . (ball camps hat reached other uniTrritir
ti'jvCi .- I. ; i.:-..-vlfi!
nvTsrqssn(l innr eT "IPrrwi
dcfend""such action; otherwise plaintiCsM
IJCMirvu 4t a - tk. 3 iMiiis.ra miu
judgment rendered accordingly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS ray hand as clerk of the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, and the seal of said court. Done
at oKre in Columbia, Missouri, this 18th
day of November, 1920.
(Seal.) R. S. POLLVRD, Qerk.
Jas. E. Boggs,
Atty. for Pin's.
(Last insertion December 19.)
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. ,houleiilrul tlie c!;rc ttutttcs tl.llio man who f - i A 5l"'
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diligVnl and reliable, our iJ-lron have 'learn- If! i sl&'l " IC
i-vi to'p-ec j.iii uui oriji iann in our work. :i I -r ! ItVa-v T f if T3 HS 'SZJLr
hetcr ou arc -xkinS sugJirsSiwis .r $ m j Jj. ft f B H P .??'
onsiril designs, Avatdi rcpairiiig or'jctvclry j 1;'""V"" p3 . - . W F T
rcbairhg, your work will be doiie-'tiiorvusbly j ' i p? : , S mIPx'
and si'sfactorily. ' As.- .-,. ' rfL 6- i '
1 ,, .. , ; ... - ! S8 r-A ' Basement Academic Hall f3
I trices are ahv a vsiuodcrale." 3 Mv . Kt I
msl Liy.' L-l - .r-'fK ! jr yvft -s -
at University High School Six high
school games were played, which result-
j ed in four victories and two ties for the
i team. Thetotaf score made by Univer-
tr "'Eh 'n these six aames was 98
j 'j''e,i',e tr' '' opponents was
only 19. University High met with two
reverses during the season, these defeat
coming at- the bands of two military
schools Kemper and Missouri Mditary
FOOTBALL BAQUET AT
The Tiger football team will be the
guests of the Harris Confectionery to
morrow cigh't at the first of three bai
quels that will be given for the vi:to:i u
eleven. The Missouri placets a.e to t
banqueted, at a date not yet deiided
upon, by the business men cf ColumLh
The Model LTcch Room will also give
the players a dinner.
THE COVETED SI.
t a mieLnsai t.ia A'luHic Cumcnliu.
i tie Unit cm v last nigut, tevt.itt
i"s ee anvtied jj rataaUv- s( t.
1 Tiger foo hall sqaii 'fie 1Uj..
.ere the men wuo reciived lev fjvtL
Lewis, Travis, Goerd, Kuth, Blcae:
51-anncn. Srr!nvi"e, Umfcer Pa-kwoot"
iuKFalbri::!.t, pika., Hill,
I tncol t ndi
inc eleven ota letter men wiu return
ed last fslliall tes-"red the award. The
nw t-Witmrs i.rre Williams. Iunses.
I'lllirixht. HiK. Lineohi and Banker.
.( H. ''.,11 u
f. "A" of the J. AitU'ef) i
. a T. U drfsletl Bslterv "3
I J i.'i .c T': iiUon in the s- :3m
1 iri JElO I XT3?n Brill- UM JTi
. UrdaV nUrinni, in ll-e nTsfnl Tfr. Tirl,
urday mornuig in the pistol range, Eici
OStCf ttsl, t.; o-r .. ,'.' ' u ,
live men, Earh man firing ten rounds a.
fifteen yards slow fire onl ten round'
ai i..ii)ive yaria uow ure. ivitierj
-A madi !5 points out of a possible
IOD0 while tU" battery made 792 rninl-v,
J. S. Iattoii f "V battery bad the
high individual score with 18!) out id
a possible 200 poinl. A. D. Pool of "B
battery was second with 187.
oispaini mv Jiannanan s.
A db-patch from Alanliattan savs tliat
' I,JLe ?"" Jircetor of fUdetiss at the
nanus Jiaiej .vgricuiiurai voiK-gr. wtii
try to liave the javelin throw rein-Kted
s a track event at the next meeting of
fie Missouri Valley Conference.
- i- .V f- . -
tc V.f f-tFr'
io? dciM'-tl ili- fihiuif
Jtni iih a score of 3 to S Knday ahtr
WIG TEX SCHOOLS
XTom the Ohio hnirersur Aews. '
The inuialive taken by the Obw Staled
f " ---
CDnfcrencr. TIi fol-, e 2MIL. f IX I V lH-fL I I
Ion in? telegram v,a.i rereircd last lretk tj lnP 4 l BpClil-- "i i
fhy President Thompson. M 2HP f ?r H!-BL
I.euUel, Tliat these ?PBB-7T--.r tff L J
tc lnhellrfnic Council of tlie Unher LL ., r T'T ii jL jf'' ftPfll
fly of Illinois t-tand oposed to ambling SP J? J j& 1L BRff9.
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this message any oScial, consideration
at the Ohio State Univrmty before the
game at Urbana, but I could wish that
all students might read the message and
in response to it show by their action
that there Is on tlds campus complete ac-
cord with tlie sentiment to abolish the
practice at all intercollegiate games.
"The credit, the honor, and to some de.
gree the character of intercollegiate
sports rest in the attitude of mind to.
ward tlum by the students. Intercollegiate-
sports are now too highly esteemed
and are the source of too much good for.
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practices of any kind."
C. . S. TO PLAY HERE
rr if ri nnrc vnr
l-RasketbaH "prospects for Colucbia
irjgh Schorl are good this year." J. J.
the coac said this mnuin3. "Tvo
rJc.1, a forward m baci jnd we Laie
loti of law material, gome ( wiu h givr
1)ls season's ecludulc is still inccm
plcif. It mast wait until the University's
schedule is made, fcr the plan is to have
n EVne each week that the University
has hone here. 4 tie games wd li'gi?
the frtt week afiiK the Isslutivs -and
Hsn.ibil will pr.b. ,lv eel riie f-! -.
'i ilbruary the team wdl take a tup
i 'jrouih the northazn m ; "hi s at
"i?vii V "vkkl 4a.n. Mrk' tilt
'l-jiil-d ai sutK o''r team no. ys;
cliosenj Practice will start next Msediy.
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SCUEDVLE FOR 1921
(.. i !P,rni-r. hMh ,l,rior ..'
,t,e University, wrU leave Friday many
hig for Kanas Gty unttmd a mtioRt
o: mc aiuetic uuectors si the .Miswini j
Vlley CsnftrciH-e. The aaedtng wfll bej
' -U- iitifd.. at ,- Kqjd BuivOmwr,"
T'i .u'c! r . Ixi' osu f ei c
fuMtbrl1 fjst to make out Ice Oat(or -
tnee sehed-jles i.i imtball, ba c'iil and
it ncVr.i that Nebrask-s wiS try
' ! l"" f"" vidlev gao oa her 1921 '
Tt4rrJiars will il
i g3mevvTCri!!iouti, t j
probably at fir a
Xan-T. Oklahoma aud A lues.
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I i, u surp,;sj1s 4 well as interesting 1
, )0 0tr the diffennee in oninion of Dean
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cnyiirr, spori o-.ii.ir oi uie ivewspaper
Enterprise Association of Cleveland, and I
Ilcnnv Oep, head coach of the Okla-J
boma Sooners as regards tlie ability of
vvbite, Ji Oklahoma lull back. In bis i
Isdeclivn of the All-American eleven, the I
greatest f the mythical lineups, nvderi
, ame.l VUii.e for the position of right
i uau ujcu. nen uuen irwen mme lu
, -rlcctinns for tb- MI-MIxnttl alley
eleven he failed to include White on tlie
i fir-l team.
1 What Is lacking in Mhite that eiu-s
Ml is own coach to doubt bis playing abil.j
"itrf ManyMiiotri fans vho walrltcd
ip 195-unnJ SHrtMT itzes. oltrue i
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through the line c iftsr .is 1 : -H
slant 1. gains fell be wat the greatest
pLi)er on the Oklahoma team. That a
majority of the alley' coaches shared
somewhat the sane opinion is shown by
the fact that four of them named him
for a place on the Valley team.
Coach John F. Miller was the only oth
er coach besides the Oklahoma mentor
who relegated White to the second team.
Every one picked "Chuck" Lewis for a
place la the Valley backfield and this
causes us to wonder if Mr. Snyder ever
saw the Missouri captain in action.
. Dec'UCT 3-The "Scoop," School of
."Jcn - ,'a :-l dmce.
December 8 Unirersiiv Dntmatl.- ( I
jdav -fins and fsvri-L'v
Dccrmbtr lv- Zt'tdoer tjtn tjai: ct,
u-idcr tl ausif.-es i.' Pb Mb Vioij. a.
the Uni.ersity 'nhtonnin Wedi.cs-lav
evening, 8:15 o'clock.
December 17 Dramatic Arts Club to
give two plays.
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Wc have Jntk-ipaled tlic
by Remarking downward"
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yoivH ftixt at this ti.rfe ai
We are Liking ?vr lav- gracefully and every
gannctiL.in c'i-j dep.irlnieul of thi store lia?
been iwiurkcd lo meet tlie declining pricc?-.
"r e hold no Clearance. Sales. We arc
iiatihiiig the markets clasely and any reduc
tion in any lines of merchandise uc carry, our
customers can ha assured that they will reap
1 Eienbodv's Store.
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Suils tailored as decreed
by the latest fashions are to
be obtained from us.
Accurateness and exact
ics3 fa measure and fit help
make our tailored suits of
And our prices are as
lowbs is consistent with ex
llicionly Ladies' Tailor Between
St. Louis and Kansas Gly.
lecline in oxcrccats
very coat in the
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