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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 March 1917

SPORT Bob Simpson has been invited to attend the Southern A. A. U. Indoor Championships to be held in Louls ille. Ky., next Saturday. He has been asked to participate in the 60 yard high and low hurdle entry. Simpson will attend the meet if he can arrange his school work satisfac torily. The meet is the biggest track event in the South. 'Pete" Burress Visits M. F., Played End in '09 and '10. I,oyd F. "Pete" Burress, end on the TiRcr football team in '09 and '10 left his card on C. L. Brewer's desk in Rothwell Gymnasium Friday. He is with the Illinois Steel Company at Gary, Ind. Burress also played 'bas ketball on the Varsity in 1910-'ll. Kansas ''Aggie'' Coach Praises Courtesy of 3L IV Z. G. Clevenger, athletic director at the Kansas State Agricultural Col lege at Manhattan, Kan., has written Director C. L. Brewer, thanking him for the basketball which the latter sent him. The ball was the one that the Aggies used in the games here that the Aggies won from the Tigers giv ing the for...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 March 1917

fe h & - te CONVENTION IS BEGUN (Continued from Page 1). new plan of government was shaped. I assert that it is as easy for money to be wasted or misappropriat ed at the University of Missouri as in one of the 'local banks. Any per son making statements that extrava gance is shown in handling the mon ey appropriated to the University can be sure he Is not telling the truth." President Hill called attention to the various departments of the Universi ty and the work that is being done to Advance education in the state. Woodmen Back of Wilson. Sovereign Commander W. A Fraser of. Omaha, Neb., responded to the ad dress of welcome as the closing speaker of the opening session. Mr. Fraser paid tribute to the mothers of Missouri and the United States anil closed his address with the declara tion that the uniformed ranks of the Woodmen of the World were ready to respond at once in case of military necessity. The United States Army, according to Mr. Fraser, has a com plete record or all s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 March 1917

MISSOURIAN 1 NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENIN G, MARCH 21, 1917. NUMBER 170 THE DAILY r I EXTRA SESSION CALLED AS PRESIDENT DECIDES UPON DEFINITE ACTION Congress to Convene April 2 Wilson Determined to Meet Germany's High Sea Campaign With Drastic steps nxecutive win rroDaDiy tsc - ii r. .- a. a ...! C. t T- uiven run rower to ci rvctuai oidic ut tary or tne Xavy Danieis late this aft Hostilities Now Exists, It Is Admitted. (ern " that the date for tjhe 1 , opening of bids on the fifteen new de DECLARATION OF WAR MAY '' BE FIRST ACTION TAKEN Clash With Teutons Now Seems Inevitable Army and Navy Will Be Recruited Rapidly Until Largest in Nation's History Messages Flood White House Demanding Activities Military Training Conference to Be Held. WASHINGTON. March 21. President Wilson today called Con gress into extra session for April 2. I le ha' decided to meet Gernvuiy "s high sea campaign with open action. War today seemed just ahead. Congress will 'he asked to consider...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 March 1917

'-MS. Page Tiro THE DAILY 3&SS0URIAlf, WEDNESDAY EYEXIXO, MARCH 21, 1917. m ?ft if M THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ablltbrd tvrrr rxnlnc (except Saturday and Honda?) and Snndaj- memlnc ay The MUtourian Association, Incorporat ed, loinmoia, Mo. Address all communication to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. riffle: Virginia Building. Downstairs l'bones: Business, 55; liens, 274. Kntered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3 00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year. $1.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. Yet there is no hall large enough that fulfills the qualifications of comfort, accessibility and convenience. The University Auditorium and Rothwell Gymnasium have been used frequent ly. But there are times when these MANUAL AHTS WORK EXHIBITED National Advertising Representatives, uarpenter-Bcneerer uo., tutn Avenue uuno tag, :ew l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 March 1917

N ": SOCIETY NOTES t Mrs. G. F. Xardin and Mrs. O. J. Sherman will entertain the Universi ty Dames Club March 22 at the home of Mrs. Xardin. 1415 Bouchelle ave nue. The pageant committee ot the Ed Club will be at home from 8 to 10 o'clock Friday night at the Elemen tary School to the faculty and stu dents of the School of Education and the participants in the School of Ed ucation pageant. The University men who stay at the home of Mrs. J. T. Hutcherson, 819 Ilollins street, will give a small dance Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Curts of Coldwater, Mich., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Kempster. Last night Mrs. Kempster had as dinner guests Director and Mrs. C. L. Brew er and Mrs. Brewer's mother, Mrs. M. A. Brownell. Miss Jean Bassett of O'Fallon, Ill will arrive Friday to be a guest at the Kappa Alpha Theta house. She will be the guest of honor at a dinner giv en by the Kappa Sigma fraternity Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Pommer will entertain informally Monday afternoon for Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 March 1917

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 March 1917

g-TT' Private Property of VAN EPPERSO& P3Ff5BSn THE DAILY 1MISSOURIAN f :x v- c K- COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, 1917. NINTH YEAR NUMBER 171 . a: "w v 'i v O VJ V CD ?C1 2 S3 2 WILSON BEGINS 1R :i NOTE TO CONGRESS Congressmen, Including 12 Filibusterers, Pledge Sup port to President. PEACE TALK CURRENT Rumors of German Food Riots and Restlessness Sug gest Hope in U. S. Bj United Press WASHINGTON, March 22. Presi dent Wilson today began work on his message to the "War Congress" on April 2. At the same time sena tors and representatives of all faiths were wiring in pledges of support. Among those who are responding to the demands for aggressive action against Germany are members of the "little group of willful men," charged by. President Wilson with placing the United States in a "contemptible light" before the world, as a result of filibustering tactics in the last Con gress. Owing to the nature of the present situation, it is believed the fight for reorganizati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 March 1917

. a aacmer '' r "ti .jj . I w HIV" & 1 ! 1 P Page Tw v g 2 THE DAILY M880UMANttS PAY EVENING, MAKCH 28, 117. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN l'ublltbrd every erenlnr (except Satsrdajr mnd Sunday) mad Bandar mania by The MluaarUa Associativa, Iaforparat- l, Columbia, Ho. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Of floe: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, S5; Ktws, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. CUt: Year, J3.M: 3 months, S1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. Hy mall In Boone County: Year, $3 00; C months, SL75; 3 months, 80 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00: 3 roonms, ?i.v, uiuuui, w iui. rational Advertising: Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co , Fifth Avenue Butld lnc. New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chicago. & But'the Germans doatkMW now, aft-er'-montto of rigilaat spying. 4? . The publication of Libre Beige is the typographical evidence of a beaten country, materially, but an heroic and unb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 March 1917

) TUE DAILY MT8S0URUN, TMURSDAi' EVENING, M1ECH 23, lil7. p.-. Tfc Jl SPORT Bob Simpson and Earl Renick, two of Missouri's star track men, wlfl leave tonight for Louisville, Ky., where they will contest in the Southern Ama teur Athletic Union Indoor Track Meet. Both Simpson and Renick will run the high and low hurdles. They will return to Columbia Monday. Rep resentatives from all the southern and central states will contest Basket ball makes Profit of $168. a Basketball at the University of Missouri had its biggest year finan cially during the season just past. A total profit of S46S will go into the athletic treasury from the basketball contests. This is the second time in the history of the institution that the indoor court sport has even paid. This is nearly $300 better profit than that made last season. The 'fact that Missouri had a team that bid so well for the valley cham pionship, and a general increase in interest in basketball are the two rea sons given by Athletic Directo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 March 1917

ir M f i . i ; )t - r f', Stephens College' Notes THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY EYEXDfG, MARCH 23, 1117. SAYS MISSIONS TEST CHURCH Mrs. Hea Brown of Macon is visiting her daughter. Miss Elizabeth Brown. Miss Ethel Zlllman was called to her home at Keytesville Saturday by the serious illness of her father. Miss Hortense Switzer a student in the University, was the guest of Miss Elsa Klein at dinner last Sunday. Hardy Latta, a student in the Uni versity of Kansas, was the guest of his sister. Miss Trine Latta, Saturday and Sunday. Dr. A. W. Taylor Explaas Difficulties Met ia Asia aad Africa. A general survey of the social con ditions In Asia and Africa and of the great changes for the better being wrought by missionaries was made by Dr. A. W. Taylor of the Bible Col lege in his illustrated lecture, "Soc cial Aspects of Foreign Missions," in the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium Monday night "The best schools, hospitals and charities in these countries are man aged by. missionaries. There are th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 March 1917

r?t "pf i r m 3ii HI THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY .EVENING, MARCH 23, 1917. NUMBER 172 m EP i I GIN IMPETUS BY HEALDTOM Last U-Boat Offense Against U.S. Brings Open Hostili ties Nearer Wilson May Increase Cabinet. INDUSTRIAL HEADS TO BE CONSULTED Shipbuilders to Meet in Ef fort to Hasten Construction of Destroyers Graduation at Annapolis-Is Advanced. v Nr I'nlted Tress WASHINGTON. March 23. Ger- ' niany's latest offense In torpedoing without warning the American tanker Heaidton will be answered by con tinuing speeding up of all preparations for actual hostilities, which are now regarded inevitable. President Wilson and Secretary Lansing are convinced that Germany's present course is being followed mere ly to hasten the crisis. The President and his premier are known from the highest and most authoritative sources to have held the same convictions that the Kaiser's government is determined v to force a declaration of war from the United States. President...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 March 1917

hv Hi' & EM p'f p;: fW.: RV CT! E1 If Ml Bl. If J UKI lE3ifi fe 71 K' II Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAIT, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURI rnblUhrd erfry rrrnlas- (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning y The Mluoarian Astaclatloa, Incorporate ed, Colombia, Mo, Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOORIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs I'bones: Business, S3; News, 274. Entered at tbe postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail. Cltv: Year, $3J50: 3 months, $1.00; montu, : cents; copy, 5 cents. By mail in Boone County: Year, $3.00; 6 onnttio 1 7fls ?t mnnlln QA itantt. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, ?I.; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Firm Avenue uuim Inc. New York; I'eoplea Gas Building, Chi ago. which telegraphed the President their support represent to fair-minded Americans the genuine Attitude' .of the naturalized citizen. They do not want war no more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 March 1917

8 k OLDER D EAGER P Letters Tell H. H. Kinyon, Secretary, Many Will Re turn at Commencement. 7 GROUPS TO GATHER Members of '67, 77, '92, '97, '02, '07 and '12 Interested Several Push Idea. Graduates of the University are be coming enthusiastic over the prospect of coming back at commencement time to the familiar scenes of their alma mater. H. H. Kinyon, secretary of the Missouri Union is receiving letters from those who say they intend to be here. He says the indications arc that this will be the largest re union of graduates. "The most enthusiasm is being shown by the older graduates," says Mr. Kinyon. "It will be a wonderful inspiration to them to see how the University has changed." There will be seven class reunions this year '67. '77. '92. '97, 02. '07 and 12 at the Missouri Union Building. Itooms will be assigned for their meet ings, and the banquets will be held in the grill room or at the Daniel Boone Tavern. Class organizations probab ly will be formed. Several of '67 Hope ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 March 1917

Hut' ' Ef PfeFir X THE DAILY JOSSOEMAy, FMDAY ETBSETft MUCH , 1M7. ' tm-r ' ml" ' r. te- is n .V " I St- ; " 1 1 E f Kll It 3 I M i. l-l i i e lt 'f WAR WOULD TAKE MA J. CASTLE I could be provided. The size of the iriirnn inMllirilT InrnDDT PIT PCD!!!! 31. U. Commandant Would Probably Be Sent to Mobilization Camp. Among the first direct effects felt by the University in case of war with Germany probably would be the loss of the Commandant of Cadets. Maj or C. W. Castle said today that his first order from the War Department would probably be to report to some mobilization camp. The University Cadet -Corps is not subject to army service except as volunteers, according to Major Castle. A few cadets, however, are in the Officers Reserve Corps, and these are subject to call. When asked how soon an army could be ready for service in France, Major Castle said that the regular army could go as soon as transports r nrieto Young Men particularly College Men . are enthusiastic about They pref...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

fSH f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN l NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA; MISSOURI. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1917. SIX PAGES NUMBER 173 PREPAREBNESS PUTS ILS. NEARER TO 1R Twenty-Four New Destroy ers Ordered Constructed With Top Speed. BUILDERS WILL AID Companies Intimate That 10 Per Cent Profit Is Real Sacrifice For Them. By United Press WASHINGTON. March 24. The United States swung nearer to war in big preparedness moves with the contracting for twenty-four new de stroyers and ordered their comple tion hastened. The contracts followed a confer ence of ship builders late today to discuss measures and plans neces sary for the increasing of their out put AH three of the companies of fered to build the vesselson the basis of cost plus ten per cent profit Champs offered to build two, four or six; the Union Iron Works ten or any part therof, and the Fore River Company, four, six or eight. None of the three companies would promise delivery in any specified time, but all offered the greatest possible speed, wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

Page Tire SAYS CITY RESERVOIR IS WISEJNVESTMENT Dean E. J. McCaustland Favors Columbia's New Sanitation Move. COUNCIL TO DECIDE Definite Plans of Construc tion Will Be Formed at Next Meeting. That the reservoir which was decid ed upon by the City Council Tuesday night is much needed and is a wise in vestment Is the opinion of Dean E. J. McCaustland of the School of Engi neering. r Definite plans and specifications will be adopted at the next meeting of the council. All that is known now is that the reservoir will contain approx imately 3,000,000 gallons and that the work of construction will likely be done by the water and light depart ment Columbia has long needed such a sanitary precaution, according to Dean McCaustland, and its installation has been delayed because it was not known until recently that the water supply would be great enough for the needs of the city should it continue to grow as i it has in the last ten years. The wells from which the water Is drawn are sunk more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

THE DAILT MISSOUBUX. SUNDAY M0BXIX6, MARCH 28; 1M7. Face Taree Analee Vernon. Miss Elizabeth Her ring, Miss Helen Adair, Miss Virgin ia Quarles, Miss Roberta Herring and Miss Ester Adele 'Williams. "ffiOtfo - 4 -fcfi; Unique decorations and features dance given by the Theta Nu Epailon night. Weird best describes the sett ternity had carefully prepared for the perhaps, was the device representi lights and having two big, uncanny alternately throughout the entire ev chestra which sat in a cave that ap which Tom Sawyer played. ' The predominating colors were h.ack and green. On square black columns and square black panels all about the hall, large death's heads the pin again stared, while the larg est of them all blinked. Caskets and skulls and strange black-clad figures were gathered near the great blink ing head. The hall was lighted by square green box lamps. Save for the two forbidding dragons before the entrance, there was a lighter atmos phere in the alcove. Here was light and a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

g t, t r ir- i MS Ji. I K m fi Pare Fw THE DAILY MISSOURI!, BODAI M0BIX0, 3CABCH 25, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUhoI errrr ocnln (except Saturday anu suuuif; muu duduij uiuruiui mj The MUtonrlan Antoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications .to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrslnla Bulldlus. Downstairs I'hones: Business, 55; News, 274. Kntered at tiie postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. CItv: Year, $3.50: 3 months. $1.00; month, Hv mall In Booue County: Year. $3 00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Bui d 1 us. New York; 1'coples fius Rulldinp, Chicago. A REAL DEMOCRACY FOR RUSSIA M. U. Professor Reviewsthe Cause and Prob able Effects of Remarkable Revolution in the Former Czar's Empire yes. What will be the Influence ofj TO TEACH AT L,INI)EXW00D F0K TIIE LIBKAKY A 140,000 li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

THE DAILY WSS0C8IAN, SUSPAT MOBSIXti, XABCH 25, 1M7. Face flTt SAYS 1 GARDEN E REDUCELIVING COST W. L. Nelson, of Board of gri culture, Also Indorses Vacant Lot Idea. Agi NEED CITY INQUIRY Producers and Distributors Should Co-operate in Food Program. v "The city vacant lot garden idea is good, but all the vegetables grown in this way will prove but a beginning in meeting the food shortage," says V. L. Xelson, assistant secretary of the Missouri State Board of Agricul ture. "Let's have all the home gar dens possible. Gardens cheapen the cost of living not only by providing sholesome food, but and it is quite as important by making more effi cient workers, by taking men, women and children Into the open air and in teresting them in growing things." "Any really effective food supply program, though, must go beyond the family garden. Just now I would suggest that in every Missouri city of any size there be called" a conference of local gardeners, grocers and mar ket operators. Let these...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 March 1917

f EZ r tr m pig six " " the daily mssourias. SUNDAY 1 BACnELOBS OT TO BE TAXED ms w K BOSHING, JtAKCH 25, 117. Judges 1b Atbeaaeaa Debate Favor Self-Support for Old Maids. Old bachelors should not be taxed to 'support old maids, according to the decision rendered by the judges at the Athenaean humorous debate at the Union Building last night on "Resolr ed. that all old bachelors should be taxed to support the old maids." The affirmative was upheld by E. V. Abernathy and Prank M. Lowe, Jr.; the negative, by D. L. TIce and Ber nard Hurwitz. The judges, who gave a decision of three to two in favor of the negative, were: Misses Mrytle Kramer, Mary E. Reese and Lois Hall, H. B. Cox, Fred Suddarth. L. D. Pot ter of the arrangements committee presided. Refreshments were served after the debate, followed by a dance for the members and their guests. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Tisdcl and Prof, and Mrs. W. J. Shepard were the chaperons. "Fritz" was almost the universal nickname for the German soldier ...

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