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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 May 1918

Paw Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every erenlng except Sunday by Tbfe MIssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bide Down stairs Phones Business 55 News 274 Nitlonal Advertising Representative Carpeoter Scbeerer Co Fifth Avenue Bid new zone reopies uii umc vmcaso The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe tre or republication or all news dispatches credited to It or not htnerwlse credited In this paper and also tbe local news published herein Untered as second class mall matter City Year 375 3 months J100 month 40 cents cony 2 cents By mall la Bione County Year 123 6 months J175 3 months 60 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 mouth 45 cents THE CHURCH I THE WAR While everyone has been so busy in this war and war work the church has not been a laggard It has taken o2 Its coat and rolled up its sleeves and has gone to work with the busiest of people It has donated to the Red Cross bought Liberty Bonds formed into- chapters for war work its r...

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. — 30 May 1918

r PUPILS WRITE WAR VERSE Tee School Has Rook of Poems on Exhibit The book c f poems written by the pupils of the Robert E Lee School this year which has been on exhibit at the public school exhibition In the Elvira Building couains some Interesting and noteworthy bits of verse Some are original and others are familiar jingles changed to represent some war interest The following is the list of poems that each grade in the school contributed to the book Mistress Mary Qute contrary How does your garden grow with red tomatoes And brown potatoes And garden sunflowers All in a row All of Grade I Bya Baby Bunting Daddys gone a hunting To get a little rabbit neat So we may have some meat to eat All of Grade II Little Mbs Muffet Sat on a tuffet Eating her corn bread and whey This is the way To the Kaiser Are the words we heard her saj Ruth Humphrey Grade Spring Hear the chatter Whats the matter Birdies chirp and sing Must be making Nests and mating Happy cause its spring I eavts are sproutin...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 May 1918

Page Fonr This NEW PLANT OF THE W HITE EAGLE DAIRY EBe naIrT VhaU KCCellily rontartod at a Cost of W00 IV PROFESSORS ARE LOYAL Students Testify to Lovaltv After i war and for snm months after u - - - TL Council of Defense Charge Testimony tending to show that six professors of the University of Ne braska have been loyal in their atti tude toward the war was given yester day m Lincoln at the hearing insti tuted by the universitys board of re gents after the council of defense had charged that some of the schools in structors were not aggressively Amer ican Professors H W Caldwell G W A Luckey ETwin Hopt John P Senning Iaui h Grumman and L E Ayls worth were the instructors in whose behalf witnesses appeared 1 Uaidwell and Luckey testified that both were aggressively American At the conclusion of their evidence the hearing was adjourned until tomor row morning Attorney William Gurley of Omaha of the counsel for the state council made public the names of the profes sors to whom the char...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 May 1918

1 TENTH YEAR Xf WHEAT RESTRICTIONS IN I FORCE Hoover Issues Warning Against Relaxing Con servation Effort NEED INTENSIFIED Our First Duty to Store Grain Against Possible Bad Years Warning that even If our wheat test proves abundant there should be do anticipation of unlimited wheat bread until the war is over was sounded in a telegram from Herbert Hoover to F B Mumford federal food administrator this morning It will be the first fluty of the American peo ple to place every grain they can save into storage against possible bad years gbead he said Some of the most in convenient restrictions no doubt can be modified he said with the arrival of a large harvest but he added that if we are honest with ourselves we will maintain restrictions requiring the use of some substitutes both do mestic and commercial Recent press dispatches circulated widely through the country have giv en the false impression there is no longer need for vigorous conservation of wheat and flour Mr Hoovers tel egram...

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. — 31 May 1918

Hr - Pngy lox Msrr f THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Snndsy by Tfce Ulssourlan Association Incorpo rated Colombia Mo Vlrglnli Bids Down ttslrs Phones Business 53 Mews 271 National Advertising Representative Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth ATenne Bldg New York Peoples Gas Bids Chicago Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe nse tor republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the local news published herein Entered as second class mall matter City Vear W73 3 months J100 wot 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall la Boone County Year 325 6 months ILTO 3 months 90 cents Outside tbe county Vear 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents AVAUXT KISSING It was a hot July afternoon- and they met each other on the street They were the kind of women who wear pale hats and Insist on white silk gloves in warm weather And they kissed each other a moist per spiring kiss to be expected from the cuR that believes in osculation at e...

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. — 31 May 1918

1 WAR I FIRST HI 895 Editor of Volume I Was L J Marshall Produced in Fear and Trembling NAMED FOR SUNGOD Book Has Grown Larger But Adheres to General Plan of the Original Twenty three years ago this spring the first Saritar was Issued by the junior class of the University Every year since the book has been put out The maiden effort according to its editor L J Marshall spokesman for the class was produced with fear and trembling in the hope that some one in the distant future might rise up and call them blessed and was mod estly dedicated to the men and wom en who had assisted in its produc tion It was bound in blue and yel low cloth and had 150 pages Last years Issue was managed by Duke X Parry was- bound In black cloth with lettering of gold and boasted 503 pages It was -dedicated to H F Schulte tathletic instructor In other respects the first and last editions of the Savitar have much in common The Savitar tradition that of portraying the years life of the students has been adhere...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 May 1918

r r Pgc Pe SOCIETY NOTES Mr and Mrs Frank L Martin and children Martha and Frank Jr will leave tomorrow for Lincoln Neb to visit relatives They will go on to Colorado to spend the summer Mrs H McC Burrowes and Mrs Leonard Haseman will give a party tomorrow morning for their children Helen Burrowes and Joseph and Leonard Haseman at the Haseman home The following children have been invited Ruth and Carey Fran ces Weaver Emily and Charlotte Krusekopf Elizabeth Kempster Mary Louise Pegg Ruth Baker Frances Emberson Sally Bartb Helena Wrench Ralph Baker Richard Em berson Donald Meyer Marian Dunlap Russell Hackleman John Meyer Mar tha Frances Marden Robert Ramsay Martha Elizabeth Parker Dorothy La- Rue Clarence Backus and James and George Bushyhead The senior boys of Columbia High School gave an informal dance last night at the home of Dwight Aultman for Ermont Montgomery who is leav ing tonight for the Electric Naval Training Station at Newport R I They presented him with a wrist watch Th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 June 1918

hr i r TENTH YEAR GRADUATES OF CIS 111 DOCTOR J Sixty six graduates of the Columbia High School received rhelr diplomas last night at the commencement ex erclses at the Columbia Theater Two other graduates were unable to be presenf The Rev Burris A Jenkins pattor of the Lin wood Boulevard Christian Church of Kansas City delivered the address Music was furnished by the High School orchestra and the High School glee clubs The invocation was by the Rev Madison A Hart pastor of the Christian Church Miss Queen Smith played two selections on the piano Griegs Butterfly and an Etude by Foote F W Niedermejer president of the board of Education delivered the diplomas The honor of valedictorian of the class of 1918 was awarded to Arthur L Baerman Tom E Everly received the honor of salutatorian Mrs Rosa Russell Ingels made the presentation of the D A R American History Prize which is presented each year by the Columbian chapter of the D A R to the student who makes the highest grade In American...

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. — 1 June 1918

JWSM Paw Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bide Down italrs 1bones Business S3 News 274 National Advertising Bepresentatlre Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Bldg New York Peoples Gas Bids Chicago Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use Tor republication of all liens dlspatcbes credited to It or not Klierwlse credited In tbls paper and also tbe local news published Herein Entered as second class mall matter ilj xear toiu tuuuiua vw mouth 40 cents copy 2 cents uy inau In Buune County ear 2S 0 montbs siTO 3 montbs to cents Outside tbe county Year 450 3 montbs 120 uiuutli 45 cents VALUE OF TYPHOID VACCINE One great stride that science has made in the last few years has been the control of typhoid in our armies During the Civil War there were 29 336 deaths from typhoid fever More than a third who had this disease died In our war with Spain one soldier out of Ave had the dise...

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. — 1 June 1918

B l w 12USWPW IN I MIL SERVICE Aviators From Ranks of Fighters Will Drive Ma chines for Training 90 MILES AN HOUR Will Carry 600 Pounds or About 24000 Letters Each Trip Br Associated Press WASHINGTON June 1 With the establishment of a regular airplane mail service between Washington antl New York the postofficc considers that the project is experimental only in the sense that a now familiar means of locomotive is to be put practically to a new use The war has demon strated effectively that the airplane as a conveyance is almost as de pendable and safe as an automobile so the only real obstacle in the way of successfully operating the new air line lies in maintaining service under all kinds of weather conditions i me lic nitinr -fn o 1llnn lation bombing machine They are j wilkerson livid on what is now part l tMl or the Vniversitv farm beyond where i - - lusciBi ilr me i j Fellows now lives In old storlng of mail bags i ic0 he took - nml frn flight A Three Hour Sen ice Hombs Dropped...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 June 1918

rogeFonr - SOCIETY NOTES The Kansas City members of the Phi Mu sorority gave a tea yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Muehlebach for Miss Ella and Artelee Wyatt of Fort Smith Ark who are visiting Miss Robertson on their way home from the University Mrs William A Curry of Kansas City will arrive Sunijay to attend the graduation of her daughters MisS Anna and Miss Martha Curry Misses Helen Mitchell Hazel Babb and Helen Moore were dinner guests last nicht at the Phi Delta Theta house Mrs II G Cook of Kansas City is the guest of Mrs Helen R Adair at the Dumas Apartments Mr and Mrs John Mackey left Kan sas City today en a motor trip to isit their daughter Miss Corlnne Mackej a student In the University Miss Mac key will return to Kansas City with them tomorrow The senior class of Stephens College gac a breakfast picnic this morning at Gordons Lake About seventy five attended Miss Olga Hungate will leave to day for Charleston S C for a weeks visit to friends The following who have been gues...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 June 1918

SBT rntr 1 PF TENTH YEAR THE EVENING MISSOURIAN IN THE DRAFT BE VOLUNTEERS Those With Aptitude for Me chanical Work to Be Sent to School FOUR CALLS ISSUED Instruction in Motorcvclc Tractor and Truck Driv ing to He Given Here Until next Friday Juno 7 physically qualified men in class 1 who have had some experience in mechanical work will have a chance to volunteer for special borvires in the Army and to receive institution at Government ex pense Notification to this effect was re ceived this morning by Harry S Jacks clerk of the Boone County Draft Hoard In a statement from Lieutenant-Colonel J H McCord at Jefferson City The letter quotes a telegram from Provost Marshal General Crowder ex plaining in detail the system of induc tion for the State of Missouri It is not yet known what Roone Countyj quota for the various calls will he General Crowders telegram says Tour Separate Calls Call o Complete the en trainment for St Louis of the 175 grammar school graduates who have had some exper...

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. — 3 June 1918

Vagi Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Iubllalied every evening except Sunday by The Ulssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Illdg Down Hairs 1liones Uuslness 65 Newa 274 NatIonil Advertising Ilepresentatlvc Cantcr Sclieerer Co Fifth Avenue Hide New York 1eoples Oaa bids Chicago Tbe Associated 1ress Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all lieu g dispatcher credited to It or not Mberulse credited la tills paper and also Ibe local nens published herein Entered as second class mall matter City lear 375 3 months 100 mouth 4U cents copy 2 cents IJy uiall lu Uooue Cuuut lear J5 G months 1175 3 mouths W cents Ouulde tbe county Year ilM 3 mouths flXo mouth 45 ceuts THE NIXXINU SllIUT It was a little shack thrown up along the railroad tracks not to be llattercd with the name of house and not trying to live down the nether garments that hung soggily on a line in the front jard The roof was pat terned after a patch work quilt and the boards that made the walls w...

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. — 3 June 1918

r -It was during the Civil War said T Gentry when the Federal au thorities had taken charge of the old Academic Hall closed the University and were occupying the building for soldiers quarters that this story happened -The third floor at the southwest corner of the building was the class room of I S Head professor of math ematics but at the invasion of Federal troops it was used as a prison Thirteen men all former students in the University were arrested on charges of disloyalty to the Union and locked up in this classroom prison Two or three Federal soldiers were stationed outside the door to guard the prisoners and it was supposed to be Impossible for anyone to escape by way of the windows as they were nailed down The mothers and young women of Columbia wcro given permission to brine the prisoners all sorts of food One one of these occasions in Feb ruary tne mother of one of the prisoners smuggled a long sharp knife to him in the dressing of a tur nkey Beneath this classroom or pr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 June 1918

Page Foot SUBMARINES OFF JERSEY COAST Continued from Page One apparently concluded to carry the sub marine warfare Into American home waters A submarine blockade in the prto cipal transport lanes and about the territory contingent to the principal embarkation ports has long been counted on by American naval Officials as one of Germanys last cards and they are prepared to meet it TAXK STEAMERS ATTACKED British Ship Jets Distress Signal From Two Vessels Hy Associate Press AN ATLANTIC PORT June 3 A urittsn stcamsnip wnicn came imo port at full speed tcday reports hav lng picked up a wireless appeal for help from two American tank steam ers which were being attacked off the New jersey coast Both the tankers were reported sinking FIVE IDENTIFIED AS SUK The City of Columbus Coastwise Yes sel Latest on List By Associated Press NEW YORK June 3 Five shipa have been identified as sunk by Ger man submarines the City of Columbus a passenger ship In the Atlantic coast trulu being the last report...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 June 1918

3 AMERICA TAXKS USED Crew of One Taken Prisoner by Ger mans Says Wolf Dispatch By Associated Tress AMSTERDAM June 4 During the recent fighting in the German advance south from the Aisne front three large American tanks attacked the German forces which captured one of them The American crew were taken pris oners a Wolf bureau dispatch says iroberlj Man Wounded Ry Associated Tress WASHINGTON June 4 -The cas ualty list today contained forty names among wiich was that of Corporal Rolla O- Brown of Mcberly Mo se verely wounded Wounded Americans at ice Ry Associated Press NICE France June 3 Monday The first contingent of wounded American soldiers from those who nad been amalgamated with the French troops arrived here today They were sent to the American hos pital here PRAISES GIRL BERRY PICKERS Work of Yonng Women Watched Willi Interest by Food Administration The patriotic and timely work of the twenty five young women from the University ot Missouri who have gonoto Sarcoxie to pick berri...

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. — 4 June 1918

I- Page Tiro THE EVENING M1SS0URIAN Publitbed erery evening except Sunday vj mo AiisBouruia Association incorpo rated Colombia Mo Vlrclola Bid Down lUlrs Phones Business 65 News 271 National Adrertlslng Bepresentatlre Carpenter Scbeerer Co Fifth Avenue Bldft New York Peoples Gas Bldr Chicago Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not tberwlse credited In this paper and alao luc jucj ucws puuusueu uerciu Entered as second class mall matter City Year 1373 3 w months 1100 By mall In Boone County Year 0 months county Year fiAt 3 months 1125 month 15 cents WOMAN 3L P The effort of Miss Nina Boyle to get nominated as a candidate for Parlia ment at Keighley In Yorkshire where an election is pending has Kir en rise to much speculation as to just when women will sit In tbe British legis lative body At present it is not even clear whether a woman may legally be an M P for although 6000000 women in England now possess...

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. — 4 June 1918

Jl 9 9m Class Poem 1918 In th shadow of the columns Mid the hills of old Mizzou Many years the seniors gathered Their achievements to review With the origin of Stunt Week Class Day programs saw decline And became a mere assembly Just to plant the Ivy vine Now again the scene Is shifted Missouri Stunt Week Is no moro Shitted also each ones interests Since our country is at war We the 191S classmates To commemorate Class Day Choose not now a football champim And to him high tribute pay Our brave hero of the gridiron Who has served his college well Has been summoned by his country Now he serves mid fire and shell Medics Engineers and Lawyers Academs and Ag men too In the service where theyre needed Fighting for a cause thats true So we note the absent classmates They are seniors just as we But the faculty must grant them In absentia their degree We who stayed behind to finish Special training for our work When our country calls to service Will be ready will not shirk For when some are ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 June 1918

Page Fonr STEPHENS COLLEGE GRADUATES The following will receive degrees at the Stephens College commence ment exercises tonight Associate in Arts The following will receive the degree of Associate In Arts Leta Ada Altman Hamilton Mary Elizabeth Amery Norborne Llse Ar gue Woodvllle Miss Ruth Argue Woodvllle Miss Margaret Barbee Kansas City ZHphy Bondurant Knox City Ina Boone Purcell Okla Eliza beth Kimbrough Bright Columbia Beatrice Elizabeth Burton Clifton Hill Lillian Hope Carmichael Melva Maud Carroll Vinita Okla Mary Creamer Chandler West Plains bena Clehouse Urich Mary Dorothy Cleve Elk N M Faye Marie Crooks Unionville Helen Dawson Columbia Eunice Drake Rochepbrt Annie For ney Duckett Hope Ark Grace Ewlng Mollno Laura Foster Bartlesvlllo Okla Frances Elizabeth Franklin Macon Claire Gingsburg Rio de Janeiro Brazil Mary King Glass Arlington Ky Marian Haines Slater Eva Hart Lawton Okla Ruth Elizabeth Kldd Scdalia Elsa Canmann Klein Apple ton City Maureno A Knapp Sedalla Helen Learn...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 June 1918

- M V N SPIRT W OP WARTIME u AT COIINCEINT Of424 Degrees 144 Are Awarded in Absentia at M U Exercises Lb D TO JW WITHERS Oswald G Villard Deplores Drift Toward Consolida tion in Journalism Degrees Awarded Doctor of I aws 1 Doctor of Philosophy 7 Master of Arts 41 Bachelor of Arts 89 B S in Education 153 B S in Agriculture 57 B S in Forestry 1 Bachelor of Laws 10 B S in Engineering 30 Electrical Engineer 2 Mechanical Engineer 1 Bachelor of Journalism 29 B S in Business Administration 2 B S in Public Administration 1 Total 424 Of these 144 were given in abscnta Last year GO degrees were awarded In view of the announcement of a 50000 gift to the School of Journal Ism for a new building and the de livery of the commencement address by a newspaper man Oswald Garrison Villard A Mt Litt D LL D editor of the Nation and president of the New York Evening Post the seventy sixth annual commencement exercises of the University of Missouri held this morning had a decidedly journal istic flavor Wi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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