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FOR SALE Good 5 roora bouse with
Tans sleeping porch real close lo Uni
wtitv paved street largt lot garage
tUOO J50Q down and balance Auuhlv
Cater D Frasier Phone 519 or 590
vrhite 233
FOR SALE Cood 9 room fully modern
Jiouse full size concrete basement gar
age lot 90x180 two blocks south of
Broadway close to University Quick
ale IMOO Carey Frasier Phowf
519 or 590 while 233
FOR SALEi One roll top office- desk
and one office chair Mrs J E Wright
412 9lh St Phone 688 black C 228tT
FOR SALE 5 room house with balL
balh add pantry modern except beat
1 1 2 blocks from grade and high iebool
3 blocks from Christian College Posses
sion June 1 See C ft Retd SOS tyon
St between 6 and 7 oclock R 230
FOR SALE 1918 model Bulftc First
cUS condition F H Hoberecbt Call
96 205tf
FOR SALE Choice milk fed broilers
1 1 2 to 2 pounds SO cenu i pound de
livered L S Backus phone 549 230tf
FOR RENT Two nice rooms in the
Nowefl Building corner Ninth and Wal
nut Sts about June 1 Call now Phone
V0 N 23Q
FOR KENT June 1 the luilding
formerly occupied by the Dally Tribune
W B NowelL Phone 17a 230
FOR RENT Large furnished or un
furnished room for light housekeeping
Very reasonable rates Phone 812 black
FOR RENT Furnished two roots
apartment for light housekeeping also
sleeping rooms 1217 E Broadway
Phone 589 J 225tr
FOR RENT Small furnished apart
laent within half block of West Campus
from June 22 to September 1 Call 614
red R 231
FOR RENT Six room house waler
and light also two rooms for lifSit
housekeeping Weathers Whitesides
Phone 272 W 226tf
FOR RENT Modem house of 5
rooms and bath large screened porches
plenty t shade from June 18 to Sep
tember 1 Couple desired 1310 Ross
Si Call 542 white 225tf
FOR RENT Furnished house with
sleeping porch June 1 or June 20 until
September 1 Phone 567 white M 224tf
FOR RENT Garage at 608 Conley
Ave Phone 918 whitc T 220tf
FOR RENT Garage at 1402 Bass
call at house or phone 527 white J 198tf
FOR RENT Apartment at 715 Hilt
St Phone 275 green C 193tf
kind or office work Address Box C care
of Missouriin C 231
WANTED Experienced laundrynun at
barker Memorial HospitaL Apply Super
intendent of Hospital U 217lf
en pleasant work short hours Hustlers
can make good mciey Call at 207 Gui
Mr BHg S206tf
ANYONE wishing a quantity of din
suitable for fills come and faaol some
away 603 Elm Phone 1210 green
S 225U
ANY LADIES Interested in Spirella
corsets call at 519 llitt St or telephone
904 T 216tf
CANDY Making Business Start at
home Everything furnished Men
women 30 weekly Bon Bon Co
Philadelphia Pa 239
ANY LADIES interested in Spirella
corsets call at 605 High St or telephone
1283 while T 135tf
WANTED Alworth tho repair man
will sharpen your mower right and re
tire the baby carriage Phone 1314
black A 189lf
LOST On the road between Colum
bia and Harrisburg a box containing la
dies cream colored silk and wool suit and
two blouses Return to Missourian oEice
and receive reward S227tf
LOST Tuesday evening alligated coin
purse with bills and change Call 871
red K 22W
LOST Beta Theta Pi fraternity pin
Harry L Thomas Dec 13 1913 en
graved on back Return to Missourian
for reward T 232
STRAYED Black and white aetier
name Buck Had collar with name John
C Hasty attached Last seen of Coif
Links Thursday Any information will
be appreciated Phone 1196 black
11 231
LOST Tennis racket and riioynt
GyanailSa eoortiFiiday Reward
Phone -Ralph Ferry 1156 red F3l
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ROOM AND BOARD Spedal rates
iik fjning itBBtr terra u mil
PWe 275 freen C195
room and RnARnTi rir
slniarsl writ anriMiaMniilia Lh
PfeoncSSTor call at 713 Gentry H 203
3500 month No other roomers 815i
KolITta rhoneWMi W 20WI
Roonu For SDrinC Summei
FOR RENT Desitable room double
or single spring and summer term ad-
jectant to West Campus 508 So 9tlt
phone 1242 N 20M
FOSRENT Rooms in modern house
half block from West Campua andt2
blocks from Broadway 801 Locust St
Telephone 1321 W lSStf
FOR RENT Rooms Ladies prefer
ted 803 College -Are Phone 569 redi
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Degree work od Tuesday May
31 at 730 p m Remember
the picnic for Saturday June 4
Jas Patton Scribe Victor Lyon MC
Special communication
Monday May 30 at 7
p m Third Degree
Hi L Kempsler W M J M Long Sec
ThiUr Boiling Unianj
No 114 A F a
Regulir meetings second
and fourth Tuesdsys of
each month Second de-
gree luesday eremng
June 14 Visiting Masons welcome
J E Hawkins W M Victor Victor Sec
NoweB Building
ir070 F tODGENo 207
Work in Second De
gree Monday May
30 at 8 p m Come
a O Whiteside N C B F Baker Sec
In the Circuit Court in vacation be
fore June Term 1921
Stale of Missouri
County of Boone
G Vest Castleman Plaintiff
Against 26639J
The unknown consorts heirs devisees
donees alienees immediate mesne of
remote voluntary or involuntary gran
tees of Adolphus M McCIenney de
ceased and the unknown consorts
heir devisees donees alieneejjimme
diaie mesne or remote voluntary gran
tees of William Ti Berry deceased
and the unknown successors grantees
and assigns of the Alliance Trust
Comoanv a corporation Defendants
The Stale or Missouri lo the aboVe
ed unknown defendants
You are hereby notified that an action
bar been commenced against you in the
Circuit Court of Boone County Mis
souri affecting the title to the follow
ing described lands and tenements lying
being and situate in Boone County Mis
souri towit The North thirty nine -and
one fourth 39V4 acres more or less
ell that part of the Northwest Quarter ol
Section Three 3 In Township Forty
nine 49 of Range Twelve 12 ly
ing East of the Wabash Railroad and
to obtain a decree vesting title to said
real estate in the plaintiff by limitation
which said action is returnable on the
Erst day of the next term of this court
lo be held at the Court House in th
City of Columbia Boone County Mis
souri on Monday June 20 1921 when
and where you may appear and answer
or otherwise defend such action other
wise plaintiffs petition will be taken at
confessed and judgment rendered accord-
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A true coprfro Be nastai
Witness my band as clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of Bewfte Count Mfstotirf
in Columbia Missouri this 9th day ol
and the seal of said court Done at office
May 1921
L T Searcy Clerk
Atty for-
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Fine Shoes
Shoe Repairing
UlAmlUlMltf CT4m r l iTA HHiHn I V m
1920 21 Season Saw Two New
Members of Conference
Cany Off f Honors
in Athletics
3 Term Plato Blow to Missouri
in Baseball and Track
K U Plarf First
Time in 5 Years
Once more Father Time in
ible hand writing has ordered a cessation
jOfbe atldetic proclivities of the ear
1920 21 for the Missouri Tiger athletic
teams and only in retrospection can we
review tneir performances of the year
Seldom if ever before bare the laurels
ieen so broadly disseminated arsons the
stronger schools in the Valley as during
toe seasons ot trie lour major sports this
prear Oklahoma Misvmri Nebraska
ana Kansas were eacn in turn victorious
in one major sport A statement made
earlier in the year that these four insti
tutions were the strongest athletically
speaking in the Conference has been
bene outt6lhe ietter
Th championships as f won are
uniquely significant Oklahoma as the in
fant member of the Conference came
through with a smashing victorr in her
Brit venture into the Valley football
last Saturday came during that schools
first yeaftn1he circuit following- several
years of absence when she sought to vis
her ability with the colleges of a biscer
loop namely the Big Ten Kansas by
presenting a formidable baseball nine
was able to cop her first championship
in a major sport in fire years a period
during which the Jayhawkers suffered c
decided relapse in athletics Missouri on
the other hand had won three champion
ships in the year previous and had com-
througlKin practically every twelve mouth
of the last ten with at least a victory in
one sport
To many the failure of the Tigers to
register a victory in more than the one
phase ol athletics was not only a disap
pointment but a surprise as well It
will be remembered that in football tle
Tigers with a formidable array of talent
were the favorites in the football
The cyclonic manner in whiclr the Soon
er whippedMillers men however put
a sudderistop to championship talk in
Tigertown i
In basketball the Old Gold and Black
was the favorite from the opening of the
season and not once faltered in its
pennantward stride Again in basebal
Johnnie Millers men startled the Mis
souri Valley when they won 10 games in
a row in snappy fashion only to erumbe
before the Jayhawkers Aggies and Pik
ers on foreign fields and give way to
Lawrenceathlctes who made merry about
the loop as the resounding smack of their
oats tacked up victory alter victory
In track the overwhelming total of
Missouri victories in Valleyconquests of
many seasons previous ave them again
the title of favorites which monicker
they -grimly retained until the final after
noon when Henry F Schulte with a well
balanced outfit of sprinters and hurdlers
rushed lo the fore and claimed first hon
ors It was a real beating they adminis
tered aodno alibi can be offered to take
away the bitter taste of that rollicking
victory won at Francis Field in St Louis
It would be interesting to have
watched the- Tiger baseball and track
teams as they raifht h ftc been had not
the present three term plan -eliminated
many enterprising track and field as veil
a baseball stars The closing of the
second term took at least four of Coach
Millers men away from him two catch
ers an outfielder and a hurler Coach
Simpon suffered art- even greater loss as
ten men turned in their suits when school
was over in April It is remarkable that
Coaches Simpson and Miller accorn
dished anvthinx under such a handicap
Saturdays- meet at St Louis wa doped
out many times previous to the classic
and in only one rate did the Tigers com
pletely upset the idope and that vas in
tri- 440 yard dash when Captain Parker
and Honey finished fifth and sixth in a
fEeld pf six entrants The most conserva
tive adherent woald bare placed them
as one two or three in this race on thei
performances this season But its all
in the game
Of the four championships won ihis
ear two were accomplished by new and
untried leaders in the Valley Craig
Ruby who led the Tigers to a Valley
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leaderihip While not alwaya a victory Cleveland 27 13 675 InU fl lmfBk mM U
she has been constantly up in the run- Newl York - l ia m V tin VaBlrSSrraaaHall ILillli JiH I 1
ning in every sport and few years have Detroit 23 20 s3S Vf J tWLMLOBI 1 1 JTTlBl II 1 W -111 3 i
seen more consistent performances thin Washington 19 20 487 Vf It I fnMriSu i wRVMlasHsBUulN flllllH 11 Jl
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HERE AND THERE 7 f 1 1 1 fjMflBWBiB l
Coach Siirpson and C E
sport editor of the Kansas City Star
were engaged in a long conversation pre
vious to trie meet Saturday at St Louis
CoacV Simpson was anxious to find out
why McBrides paper said a few days
ago Coach Simpson of the Missouri
team l jrotesls Jayhawk track victory
After several minutes debate Smpson
was seen to leave McBride only to re
turn with Mike Ahearn of the Kansas
Aggie coachingr staff who refereed tlie
Tigcr Javhawk Jnect Mike nodded his
head while Coach Simpson did most
of the talking and then all three separat
ed after shaking hands Apparently a
settlement was reached
Jack Grover referee and starter of the
Valley meet who was selected by Mike
Ahearn as one of the judges to make
a decision on trie quarier muo race in
the K U M U meet gave several track
followers the impression that his vote
among the conference of judges would
be to throw the race entirely out He
said that if the Tiger quarter miters had
again gone around the track just to com
plete the formality that Referee Aheam
could have then forfeited the race to
Failure of Missouri to place in the
quarter mile and to finish inside life
money in the mile relay Saturday was
a bitter disappointment to M Us fol
lowers In St Louis Particularly crush
ing was the blow administered in the
mile relay when even Washington with
a weak relay quartet finished ahead of
the Missouri tribe
Earl Maxwell the Tiger half miler col
lapsed 8 feet from the finish wire in the
Valley meet but regained bis feet and
finished the race Webb and McBimcy
of Ames the two winners locked arms a
few yards from the tape and crossed to
gether Webb was ahead at the time
and might have establiiJied a new record
had he not -waited for McBirney
Henry Indian Schulte of Nebraka
was all smiles throughout the meet His
teals led from the very beginning sand
was never1 headed At one time the-
Tigcrs had 6 points and Nebraska 30
Even WarJiington was ahead of the
Tigers When the announcer gave out
this score the crowd gave the Old Gold
and Black the merry razz Schulte was
busy all afternoon chatJng with his for
mer proteges schulte also ventured his
opinion that Earl Thompson never ran
the high hurdles in 14 2 5 I hare
seen Thompson said Schulte and I
am firmly convinced that as yet there is
no man who can touch the records set by
Bob Simpson
Kansas was let down wilh two hits in
baseball Friday by the sensational hurl
ing of Otto of the Kansas Aggies who
has turned back about everybody iji Vat
ley baseball for the past two years How-
ever the Jayhawks came back with a
win on the following day
Short always comes through is
the way 6ne St Louis alumnus spoke
A after George Williams had again captur
ed first place in the running mgn jump
willi a leap of 6 feet Hamilton too
wasvin rare form and had it not been
for a non conference entrant would have
taken tWo firsts instead of one It is
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St Louis U W 424 i Wii W Ww MIkE3 M
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Singles In Tennis Championship to
Be Played Within Few Darn
1 George W Paulelte and Richard Y
i Joiies will play in the finals of the Uni
versity tennis tournament lor the singles
championship The tournament ha
reached the finals Paulette and Jones
will play their match within the next few
Two games In the first round of play
which jscre unavoidably postponed wcic
pbued the-middle-of last reek in wlifh
Turner defeated Elkins arid Stele elimi
nated Paranagua
Sinz and Paulette won their matches
from Prather and Turner in the second
round by default while Jones defeated
Gurley and Cheney won from Steele
In the semifinals Paulette defeated
Sinz and Jones put Cheney out of the
Entries for the University doubles ten
nis tournament closed today
The scores of the last of the first round
the second round and in the semi finals
First Round Turner defeated Elkins
6 17i 1 Steele defeated Paranagua
64 5 7 6 4
Second Round Sim defeated Prather
by default Paulette defeated Turner by
default Jones defeated Gurley 64 6 3
diehey defeated Steele 6 T 6 8 6
Semi Finals Paulette defeated Sinz
64 6 2 Jonea defeated Cheney 6 3 S 7
Manual High Wins at Chicago
Manual Training High School of
gas City whose track and fiehl team
won second honors in Us division in
itw interscholastic meet on Rollins Field
this year won the premier position in the
nnnl liioli school meet Saturday on
Stagg FJeld at the University of Chica
go wilh 22 1 2 points Ueatnce ret
wilh 16 points and Vallejo Uau wiu
15 points finished second and third re
spectively Norton Manual Training
High School star won 17ol Manuals a
1 2 points and was high point man of
the meet
likely tint Hamilton and Ceorge Wil
liams will be Missouris only entrants
in tire Western Conference m et this
Fuzzy Williams lead Wright of Ne
braska in the low hurdl s by a goodly
margin until the last 20 yards -when he
seemed to fade away A fan who has
seev many meets in late years recalled
how slow the time was and bow poor
tho form compared lo the manner in
which Robert I Simpson clipped the
barrier mark down to 23 3 5 seconds
Bradley of Kansas and Krcmer of
Washington who set sensational marks
in the meet did not even have to com
pete Saturday in the broad jump and
hft put as their marks made Friday in
the preliminaries were good enough to
Wifr nTf places-
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Tonight and Tuesday
Fascinating ai ever
All the gossips called her i scandal
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Ves indeed siirfply disgraceful the way that woman car-
rics on with the men Why everybodys tajking And
yet she says ghe doesnt give a whoop in Think of it
A Sewell Ford Comedy
Mary Pickford in Daddy Long Legs
then It was the
ecJpsSeettiJCaracirbleotJ that revolutionized
cfgarette smqjmg
Ilif tCamel blend dFcKoice Turkish and Domestic
tofeaccoshits justtfie right spot It gives Camels such
mellow mildness and fragrance I r
he first time X smoked Camels I knew they wer
madef ornie I tew they werethe smoothes finest
cigarette in the world at any price
Nobody can tell me anything different
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Lower Fountain Prices
It is the Harris policy
to keep prices as low as
is consistent with qual
ity and service Declines in
the cost of materials make
possible a readjustment iri
fountain prices Beginning
tomorrow lower prices will
prevail on most fountain dish-
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TomorrowthcseheWnfountain pricesv
will help you make thewann weather
seJm cool -74
Coca Cola vv plus-tax-
Piiosphatcs fie jilus tax
Afaltcd Milk 15c plus lax
Sundaes 15c plus tax
Plain led Cream 10c plus tax
Limeade Lemonade or
l Orangeade 10c plus tax
Egg Chocolate 15c plus tax
Egg Malt 20c plus lax
Milk Chocolate plus tax
Perfection in Confection
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