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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

nrfl TlMMg HI "I Hfin'i ij i '"I'V1 ""lJH I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917. NUMBER 2 h II !. k IC'STO E OCT. 17 State Society of Women of Confederacy Will Meet at Christian Church. A THREE-DAY SESSION Mrs. S. C. Hunt, Local Pres ident, Has Appointed Con vention Committees. One of the largest women's organ izations in the state, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which has chapters in practically every city of importance in the state, will hold Its annual convention in Columbia October 17, 18 and 19. The Columbia chapter, which is headed by Mrs. S. C Hunt, his been busy for several months making plans for the state meeting and has arranged a full pro gram for the delegates' three-day visit to Columbia. One hundred and forty delegates will attend .the meeting. The Daughters of the Confederacy is composed of women descendants of men who fought in the Civil War on the side of the Confederacy and the MUsouri organization is ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

?,?, f. ""iiyjSES"8 V" B"-,r ?-" VFr'-wspp wr' f 3 SrT "J -T " ' fcBHHHHMflKJBBBrv r-i- WHPW-.- r ' IE. Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, 3IOK DAT, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917. EVERYDODT SEE THIS Unique and Scenic Features Show Diversified Kcsources of Call fornla Here Tomorrow. If you have never been to California and would really like to go just stroll over to the California Hallway Ex position and leisurely explore this remarkable train. Great throngs of people throughout Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri have visited these cars, and are unanimous in their praise. Much has been told of the sunshine, fruit and flowers of the Golden State, but little do we realize the vastness and diversity of her great wealth, and it is especially singiflcant that the crops typified are all staples, the food of the nation, that is clamoring for preparedness. Not only for the material things she offers is California renowned, but also for scenic grandeur. "See Ameri ca First," is a good slogan and what traveler ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

I m rfiT :SS---. "5:r?33i-pP'sB ., . . MS! i . , BsPfsSflA-t FRESHMAN RULINGS L BE ENFORCED morris uiy, oiuaent rresi- dent, Says Violators Will Be Dealt With. CAPS MUST BE WORN Student Senate Will Handle Complaints Expulsion Will Be Penalty. Morris E. Dry, president of the stu dent body of the University of Mis souri, this morning called attention to the rulings regarding conduct and appearance of freshmen which it is required the Student Senate of the institution shall enforce. Mr. Dry re turned to take up his work in the University after a summer spent in Minneapolis. Instead of the hazing which was the usual thing up until two, years ago, the University authorities and the student body insist only that freshmen students shall wear differ ent colored caps, which denote the school or college in which the fresh man later expects to be entered. The rule regarding caps, according to Mr. Dry, will be rigidly enforced and any violations of this or any of the other rules listed in the s...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

-a Page Four THE ETEMXG MISSODBIAX, MOSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917. i "HE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) nbllihl every evening (except Satnrdaj iand Sunday) and bandar moraine by 'The HUiOarlan Aitoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia, JIo. Bice: I Virginia BuIIdlnp. Downstairs Phones: Business Ki; Aens, 274. interedtat the postofflcc, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. ity: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 4U cents; copy, 2 cents. Sy mafj lu lsooue County: lear, $3.25; 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. lutfclUe of Boone County: Year, fLM; 3 months, $1.23; month, 45 cents. National Advertising Itepreseutatlves: 'arjienter-Schecrer Co., Hftn Avenue lulldlng. New York; Peoples Gas Bulld lg, Chicago. BACK AGA1X For several days the students of '14, 15 and '16 have been returning. With hem have come the blushing, the onbitious, the indifferent, the diplo natic and the awkward freshman, hundreds have arrived since Satur lay and today they are arranging class .chedules fo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

"sr"?.' Ji "s- irt"-1 THE EYESISG MISSOORIAS, MPS DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917 Page FItc '" ' r'flHHHflHHHrflHHIHHHHMHNHHNrS If W SawB'irs? asS&sosswiKSPIira'xfQsfcEffsSsi "SI jps-f --- v- .--' r3W2'"z'" "rtC'r,-f -?i Ladies' Shampoo Parlor Specialise in Scalp and Mechano Therapy Treatments. ISA South Sinth Street, phone 1206. J E. BARNETT, M. T. UBGES A 6-HOUR WORKING DAY Shorten What do you know about your Bible T)o. T l.t ,.- 11 ...." l" MIUIMU icii6iuui it ja "" t., t, . ,.- sn0TOn, enough for educated men to have Labor Time After Aar. - iearned a few Bible storles ln child. (Correspondence of the Associated Press) hood, to have acquired a few trite LOXDO.W Adoption of a six-hour I quotations, or to depend on fragments working day for labor and general gleaned from the weekly sermon. The LOST AJfD FOUKD Drinks atany ink- mil mi i r nil lSWi 'Awa ISM just H7jmp like bs "" i LOST Small lavender parse containing hills and silver. Finder please return to 703 Missouri arenue and recei...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 September 1917

H Page Six THE EVEXIXG MISSOURI MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917. ' J I If MAKES EXCUSES FOR LUXBURG H." '"' ""'"'" '"I" millllllllinillllll """ """'IIU.IIIIII ' "' IIIIIIIII1IIHIU HIIIIIIIIIIIH " " '"' IIMIIIIIIIIHngj MT cablegrams sent by Count Luxburg, jM - 5ft5!R B B S'l f German minister to Argentina, to the " J) " sSSfSP 3,. K 'German foreign office through the V"l -t3i!y "53?sfe I M B Sri p Swedish legation have finally been J V - iStosSR H IPS tltl?3 iLH ' I J J, maneuver, but adds that they can only E f'J B ' ) l u SI K be rightfully Judged if it is not for- 5 II II " IH II WW si ! gotten that they were secret messages. II II xi HH Z' (I ' SI ! t I National Llrestock Market. II If W, III U 1 . is " v fcyK .JltjiL B ..i7vilE, s? I " ' Memm JIIU jJlPlfcllt ' . It NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. EAST ST LOt'IS. Ill, September 17. 1917. The live stock market lor tonv was as lollows: Cattle receipts 10,000. Market, Steady. Native leef steers, $S(g$17.fiO. Yearling steers and heifers. $7$1C Cons...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

"Aw.-1 ' t THE MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917. NUMBER 3 EVENING , U V K NFANT1LE PARALYSIS SCARE CAUSES LEE IL TO CLOSE 9 - Year - Old Daughter of Boyle Clark Being Treat- Specialist. CALL PHYSICIAN FROM ST. LOUIS Parents of the Playmates of Little Sufferer Fear More Cases Will Be Reported In Columbia. Fear of an infantile paralysis epi demic, caused by the illness of Helen Clark, 9-year-old daughter of Boyle Clark, caused the Columbia Board of Health to close the Lee School this morning. A. W. Kampschmidt, presi dent of the Board of Health, said this afternoon that the Lee School would remain closed at least the re mainder of the week. Thus far no further cases of the dreaded disease have been noticed. The first signs of the illness of the daughter of Boyle Clark were noticed by the child's parents when she came home from school last Friday after noon. She became rapidly worse un til yesterday, when the doctors in charge of the case re...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

f$&&jy& -' " Kftgfa?:$$$lt&'' s v' ' - rV- '?SfW 'tw "- 'V?var- ' Jii i r !' it FageTwo THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN, TDES DAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917. Dutch Kitchenets The most modern and con Tenlent kitchen cabinets. NEWMAN HARDWARE CO. 901 Broadway Phone 234 The Broadway Odeon The Lutle House with the Big Show i Today Richard Bennett in The Valley of Decision" An engrossing theme on birth con trol. Richard Bennett .will be remem bered by his splendid work in "Dam aged Goods" and in "And the Law Says." Don't miss this one. Also a good Comedy. Wednesday and Thursday Greater Vitagraph presents Virginia Pearson and Joseph Kilgour in "Thou Art the Man" Thursday, will also pby Ruth Roland in the 4th episode of "The Neglected Wife" Come early to insure a seat. i Friday and Saturday Helen Holmes in "Judith of the Cu mberlands' Also a eood Comedy Matinee 3 p. m. Daily First Y. M. C. A. Worker Killed. By Associated Tress BEHIND BRITISH LINES IJJ FRANCE, Sept. 18. The Young Men's Chri...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

J i r& H ., M THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1917. WAITERS TO CA3IP THIS WEEK Elk Guild Members Will Gather At Springs For Outing. The third annual fall outing of the Missouri Writers' Guild will be held September 22 to 29 at Elk Springs, McDonald County, Mo. The members of the organization will meet in Kan sas City next Friday night and pro ceed to Elk Springs in a special car. This organization Is purely social and fraternal. Its purpose is to bring into closer relationship the writers of the state for mutual inspiration, in formation and amusement. The guild has been recognized by the University of Missouri to the extent that it has the honor of officially opening each SK ) 3855 J HERMANS, TC' 1 ARMY J JOSEPH M. HERMAN & CO. have been manufacturers of Shoes for the U. S. Army liver since the uutDresuc ot tne Spanish War. Government Specifications Guarantee : 1. COMFORT 2. GOOD STYLE 3. LONG SERVICE In Several States the entire National Guard are required by...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

HE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) JablUhcd every rTrnlng lextept Saturday T and hunda) and Sunday morning toy The Mlnaouruui ..oclatlon, Incorporat rd. Columbia, Mo. Ittlce: Virginia Ilulldlnp. Downstairs Phones: I!uslnes 50; Aes, -it. - tered at the postofflce, Columbia, as kecond-elass null. Mo X'lty: Year, $3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month. I 4U tents; copy, 2 cents. Ay mall In ISoone County: Year, $3.25; 0 7 mouths, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents, jluthlde of Iloone County: Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. ; National Advertlslus; KcpreNcntatJves: Carpenter-Sebeerer Co, Fifth Avenue lJulldlnK. New lorL; Peoples Cas IluiliJ Inc. Chlcaeo. v . i THE WAIt IIEKUKS i The war heroes are at home as well as In France. They are workers in factories, in stores, on farms, in or ifices, in homes. They are not the 1 winners of excess profits coined from blood, nor do they march at the sound of the drum or under the inspiration i of an audience. The labor leaders at Minneap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

1 "Trr- THE EYEXIXG MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917. Page Fire 3IILK TO 15 CENTS A QUART! That's What the .Consumers of St. Louis Xaj JUiTe To Pay. Ity Associated Press ST. LOUIS, Sept. 18. At appeal to dairy men to ship milk to St. Louis and to refrain from making a big in crease in prices was made by John Schnoll, director of public welfare of StLouis, at a conference today of Jit cers and distributors of milk. Till- producers have announced that they are going to insist on a price of 3 50 per hundred pounds from the distributors and the St. Louis dairy companies have indicated that such a price to the farmer would mean a re tail price of 15 cents a quart in St. Louis. CLASSIFIED ADS. Half a Cent a IVord a Dar Table board (or both boys and girls, 1115 University avenue, opposite Agricultural building. FOIl RENT Nice big room 711 Missouri Ave- for slrls. W-225 ROOMS FOR REM FOIt RENT Large front room In private famllv. University professor pre ferred. CO! Sanford, phoue 172...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 September 1917

Page S1 THE EVENING MISSOPBIAW, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917. - jjl H , ' Mimiuiiiiiiiii i Miimimmimimiimmiii nun iiiiiiiiniMiiinmjinjijJIiinimnmimiijMiHiHi!"!"'""'"' ' ' Ilm '"" iiimimiimimmHIHi. Mm CITY AND CAMPUS "" ''""" "H uu"u ' -- - . JKSf Jlr. and ilrs. Roy Action, who live 11 rar near Sapp, are the parents of a son mm v J S flBs born last Thursday. L gk g-y VIV H fe f J ill jg& J. a-Schwabe, Jr.. a student in the f -sSBHSxs. I M -v -II flgfv U. S. Aviation Camp at Dayton, Ohio, rr - ymr iifclilVJflTP II F 'TirTi'i'J I Am If -II HT is visiting his parents here. g B mS&&m&lT Pjl ftf JaMi!jllfciJM mmmmW , Sfl !H Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Riggs of Provi- JM LW?I ' mfflm 111 n irfi'PnBl i 511 jflp dence have returned from a motor trip Xiy ," " 3 ffl --bS'i ffYa ' " sll HV' to Bowling Green, where they visited tm. '" HflfcfcqgJ fiPjJf1 " i7 ifA 31 SK? the family of J. S. Johnson. - MW "migjsss u m jm BIS, Price Haggard, inspector for the U. jT J ni Jjr' IjjF;. S. Internal...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

Ti l 1 r MISSOURIAN 4J TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19 1917. NUMBER 4 v. " '. - ; - f-,l. '-.V-' '-.'' .' - - - ' '- v " " m ' Jal Is it K TELEGRAPHY COURSE TO BEJP HERE President Hill Makes An nouncement of Plan to Train Operators. SIGNAL CORPS WORK May Start Aviation School Later Reserve Officers' Training Corps Here. Establishment in the School of En gineering of a short course for train ing telegraph operators for war ser vice was announced by President A. Ross Hill of the University at the open ing convocation of the year in the University Auditorium. The new course, offered at the request of the United States Signal Corps, will open September 24 and last for three months, at the end of which men are expected to be sufficiently trained to become operators. The men will be trained in the work of sending and receiving in the Morse international code. Elementary courses in electrical currents, wiring, batteries and other necessary lines of informatio...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

a HMHBHHMIHHMBMB3Mtt&fi3&r 1 lTiiJtMl'lTiiiliiiMFMIIIIiWntTr'HT1T''TiMliCflMtiWiltt"ii'rti'1'iilii'1il TSf "Se . ,vrr-5"--- - - ?t" "V v Sj r - ,- r THE EYEXIXO 3riSS0URIAS, TTEPESDAT, SEPTEMBER K, 1917. D HmaBBBHBKu " t-r ff r'i'niri- wsnw(pife33M ntafaSSia' I BE vtt '? '5 ? TT," "JIB'fHSP'l BU Kb" li Page Two iV 1 u i 3 J jt ti H c is It 1, v ri 1 1 ixi rn i ii 1 1 j i u 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 ru 1 1 1 1 1 n i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiinni SIXTY-SEVENTH YEAR ES c c HRISTIAN COLLEGE I AftS. L. W. ST. CLA1R-M0SS, President Standardized by the University of Missouri as a Junior College, 1913 E Founded 1 85 1 by James Shannon L. L.D., President of the University of Missouri EE Announces its opening Wednesday, September 12, 1917. E A $38,000.00 Academic Hall. Well lighted and ventilat- ed class rooms. Model Junior College Library and Reading E Room. Able and experienced Faculty representing the E best ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

F ffr- rj-e- ? V Ns THE EYEXrXG 3IISSOUBL4y. WEDNESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 19, 19K. PURITY FIRST Isn't it bet ter t o insure your health by drinking pure milk than by buying an in surance policy. It is the saf est and cheapest way. Our dairy is open for your inspection at any time. yJJP y G. G. Davis Dairy Farm Phone 683 Blackfoot Gravel ESeS The best grades of Illinois Goal. Try a ton o cooking co there i s none better. f-r g JMk WP Hurry your coal order before the fall rush DALTON COAL CO. Phone 1041 13 N. Fourth St. Some Reasons for Bible Study 1. To better understand the genius and spirit of modern institutions and conditions. Our life is saturated with the influence of bib lical teachings. 2. To better appreciate current literature. English literature i3 per meated with scriptural allusions. Many oft the finest passages turn on their use of biblical material. 3. To acquire grace ami strength In public speech and in writing. McCarthy, Huskin, Cardinal Newman, and a host of others have a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

vflWyBWHfWSf--' ' '! i t i&SglvjHSfljMHSHHH . " 'f, ' l-K 4"CT3f'W fSWf P-T 71'; "' ." " " " vf tJ K If.' Jap g r t a t- SI ', i 1 1 II: 11 i THE ETE.MSG aHSSOUKIAS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1917. MP wafc Page Four W THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Im: (MEMBEn OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Published every evening (except Saturday and bnnday) and Monday moraine by The Mlifourlan "Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Bulldlnp, Downstairs I'hones: Business 56; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, JO cents; copy, 2 cents, j By mall In Booue County: lear, S3.Jj; 0 months, $1.73; 3 months, 00 ceuts. Outside uf Boone County: Year, Si.50; 3 months, ?!.; montn, 4j cents. they are everywhere It is our task to And and know them. WINTER VEGETABLE CROP EASY National Advertising Bepresentatlves: r".ri.iit..r,Sclieerer Co., Kiftli Avenue tfulldlm,-. New lorl.; lV-opte Gjs Build Ing, Chicago. WHAT ABOUT LOCH? T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

ssm'ss . 1 Para FIt 3 THE ETENINfi MISSOBRIAX, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1917. Stephens College Announcement. Students from Columbia and from the University who are planning to take courses in any of the departments at Stephens College may now enroll. The following departments are open to special students: Conservatory of Music; Expression Department; Art Department: Physical Education De partment; and Literary Department. For Information or for appointment with the head of the department In which you ,are interested.phone 263! or call at the College office.. JAMES M. WOOD, President. LAST OPEN HOUSE HELD Copirlfbt 1917, 2l B. Kirschbaam Co. Tip your friends off you who are wearers of S. & B. Clothes to the superb, values that you have long known and have long taken advantage of which are found at S. & B's. FALL SUITS $15 to $35 The kind that looks right on the Campus. g!jg New Styles Are Shown HERE FIRST WHILE YOU WORK FOR OTHERS- BANK YOUR MONEY AND SOME DAY OTHERS WILL WOR...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 September 1917

5yK7 -iffW If ' ""! &3 Page Six THE ETEM5G 3HSS0URIAX, WEP3ESD4T, SEFTE3IBER 19, 1917. W. B. GENTRY, J ft., BACK TO U. S. (Continued from page 2.) only way ho could escape death in the trenches. In August, Gentry broke a finger when cranking his truck and there after was forced to use his left hand. Then he suffered a second injury when cranking the truck and had to be tak en to the American Red Cross Hospital at Paris. He was the only American in the hospital, he said, and received special attentions from doctors and nurses. He cabled his parents an nouncing that he would soon undergo an operation and later when he was discharged from the hospital, but the second message went astray. Tried For Arlatlon Corps. After his discharge he tried to en list in the American eviation section in France, but when the doctors saw the bandages they sent him away. "There was nothing left for me to do but go home," he said last night, "but I want to go back." "When In Havre waiting for a trans-...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1917

-rr-- y ,- y ' ,4, f fapp'f.-L ' Vf??Cl THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917. NUMBER 5 . v - -r K? V BERLIN OR BUST SAY SECOND DRAFT GROUP 65 Boone County Young Men Sing Songs of Protest Against Kaiserism. WILL GO TOMORROW E. C. Anderson Makes Brief Talk to Drafted Men In Circuit Court Room. Sixty-fie enthusiastic young men reported to the local drait board at o'clock this morning and received instructions for entraining on the 10:50 Wabash tomorrow morning for Camp Funston where they win be trained for the National Army, uniy sixty-two of the men will leave to morrow as this is Boone County's 40 per cent of the first quota. The others were named as alternates and will go If any of the men fail to report to morrow. The men assembled in the Circuit Court room where E. C. Anderson, clerk of the board made a short but impressive talk on the step they were about to take. Songs and yells fol lowed, the most popular song being, "We'll ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1917

- - - rt sr mHHV - eatr?,. pjVHsr"if-i?'?-'rv-- v "if ..-sy "jsr 33i,..-?5-j7'5rHftJ'jJw',Ti'' THE ETENIXG MISSOCRIAX, TIIUR SPAT, SEPTEMBER SO, 1917. He Page Two , im- jr XF M ! ' ft S SPORT Coach Schulte spent the greater part of his time at last night's foot ball practice teaching the new men the rudiments of line play. The line is the weak spot in Missouri's team. u-ith C-intnln Hamilton. Uass ana Rolla. McConnell had oeen appointee. director of athletics for Drury Col lege at Springfield, but resignedthis position to lead the Miners. Frank Denny, former Miner "'director,' has been commissioned in the army. Oklahoma's First Game With Illinois. Ity Associated Tress NORMAN, Okla., Sept. 20. The University of Oklahoma s football Slusher the only old men back to fill squad, badly crippled by the enlist-, lntrIgue throughout the Orient. value is estimated at $1,500,000 gold will probabl&'be taken over by the Chinese- government and sold, the Chinese government holding the money u...

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