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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 March 1917

THE DAILY JTISSOUBIAy, FRIDAY ETESISQ, MARCH SO, 1917. SPORT V r Negotiations for a tour of the Tiger baseball team through Japan, as guests of four leading Japanese uni versities, have been Indefinitely Dost poned, according to C. L. Brewer, di rector of athletics. The plan called for a guarantee to bring a Japanese nine to the United States within the next three years In return for the trip to that country. Director Brewer had considered making the guarantee per sonally, but his departure for the Michigan Agricultural College in Au gust makes this Impossible. Spring Trip Begins Monday M to Go. The final sifting down of the Tiger baseball squad for the spring training trip, which begins Monday, is now taking place. The squad Is being giv en a hard workout each evening in an effort to bring out the best points of each player and insure the best selec tion for the trip. The squad will consist of fourteen men, including two catchers, four pitchers, five infield men and three outfield ...

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. — 30 March 1917

Hr -" ; r FMrH - THE DAILY MISgOUMAy, TODAY ETESDTC, MA1CH 19, 1M? ST i ' i it e f a m STETSON ,fc , I jygfilMMJMW OME in and ltfok over our new hats undisturbed. Try on what you please. If you wish assistance our salesmen will gladly serve you, but they are instructed not to anndy a visitor who has just come in to look around. Anyway, about all we have to do this season, is to make change and - send the hats home. These' Stetsons just about sell themselves. v The young men and young-appearing men took to them from opening day, and it's been a wonderful sea son ever since. There is a rug in front of our mirror waiting for you to stand on it and try on some of these stunning-hats. ''Everybody's Store" The Big Event Before The Easter Holidays See "The Silver Box" i MONDAY, APRIL 2 Tickets 50c, 35c, 25c JUST IN FIFTY Coats, Suits and Waists For You to Choose From on Special Sale on Saturday and Monday These are the last word in Spring Fashions and colors. Don't make your purchase until...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

s: THE DAIK MISSORIJM - , - . - - NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUN DAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1917 TEN PAGES' NUMBER 179 9 "S. & h- k S TEUTONS ADMIT WAR: II Portion of the Zimmerman Speech Is Foundation for Supposition. REMARKS ARE VITAL 'Wilson May Base Arguments on This Angle of Inter- nationai Situation. By United Press WASHINGTON, March 31. Ger many may have already recognized that a stateof war exists .between that country and the United States, accord ing to the interpretation today by the State Department of Foreign Minis ter Zimmerman's speech. This inter pretation is based on the published quotation of Zimmerman's remarks in which he said, "The United States cannot deny us the right to seek allies when it has itself practically declared war on us." The State Department did not inter pret the remarks as being an official recognition of a state of war, but said they might be so interpreted. This angle of the international situ ation probably will be Injected into -the Presi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

p "y3f-F,"" t v r it I m v I ji - FafeTttft i J ..j THEa DAILY MISSOtfJtLUl; S1?3DA Y MOBXIHG, JLTML A 1917., ;- 'A a CENTRAL INS STATE TITLE IN BASKETBALL Kansas City Team Defeats Warrensburg in Final Game, 62 to 27. FAYETTE ENDS THIRD HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Singer Is Individual Star .With 24 Points Wil liams Makes 20. Kansas City Central .High School won the state high school basketball tournament by defeating Warrensburg 62 to 27, at the Rothwell Gymnasium court last night This is Central's third season without a defeat. Singer. the Blue and White star forward, took the ball after three seconds of play and scored, the first field goal. Central was never headed, but the game was harder fought than the score indi cates. The Kansas City team was easily the superior of any of the other eight teams and their victory was foretold by basketball followers when they were first seen in action. Singer was the highest individual point scorer in last night's game, with 24 points to ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

" 'sf rf '?,y?,' TME DAILY MISSOUMAIT, SUSDA Y MOUSING, APBIL 1, 1M7. sSJy-T-y ' Fafe Tare " S is. M i 1 .si ifw iV I 1 il1 I III " "J i I x Spangled harem girls and mustached Turks, Spanish dancing girls and black eleted grandees, Pierrots and "Yama-Yamas," old fashioned girls with pantalettes, gypsies, Chinese, bewhlskered pirates, balloon girls, long robed sultans, bull fighters, Uncle Sam, St Patrick and daughters of Erin danced until the wee small hours of the night under the green and red lights of the Oriental masked ball given by the Kappa Alpha fraternity at Columbia Hall Friday night The room was dec orated to represent a Turkish mosque, with red and white walls, and a green and white ceiling. Horns and rat tlers, American flags, rubber balls, balloons, carnations and whistles were given as favors. Confetti and .long colored streamers hung from paper chasers caught in the ceiling decora tion. A three course dinner was serv ed. The spring formal of the Phi Gamma Delta frate...

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. — 1 April 1917

HBHEP'HlHHlHlHHVHHlHHHHHHlHHHHHrHHHBHHHHHIHBBHIHHHlBBBB lftbg-3 , .tr-fi;r -j ? " . - m - - " -sair',TrT-iik-.i - . i - - - -- - . - ' - ? 1 . --- - -, - " , Ef, FW r ' r B la SjXt - WMHtTar 'rtaaBBaaaaaaaaBaaaflatWy BBHBHaaaaaaMS'BaaaWiC jWj4! 1 arOBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaam IBBBrlmttEHHf-'r'"" 0 CzBtBBBililsE: fiBrBBBwror 'A tBBBBBiHEwal'1 BBBBBehSbBBBBBbV u ifcS3rt')lS?530BBBBliJBBftBX'A BBsBBT!nUBlt3'BBBBB'rolr!uSriflBB v3 KsfttjuY awSEBBaBBBBvi7'HvlAlBBYziitoHH THE DAILY MISS0DKL4K, 8U50AT MOBNING, AFRIL 1, 117. COLUMBIA'S NEW BUILDINGS WHICH COST MORE THAN $300,000 J. Douglass School, 315 North Third Street. 2. Boone County National Bank, Eighth and Broadnay. 3. Daniel Boone Tarern, Serenth and Broad way. 1. Eugene Field School, Range Line and Smith Street, o. New Building at Waterworks on North Boulerard. SPORT Fourteen Tiger baseball players -will leave this afternoon at 1:10 o'clock with Director C.'L. Brewer for Fay etteville, Ark., for the first game of a seven-da...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

rj- rSJswF ; - s ,g - B V , 'Y -5S' ' , THE DAILY 3HSS0URIAN, SUNPIY MORNING, APRIL 1,1917. Fage Fire SCHOOL DAY THOSE CHANGEABLE SPRING IMPULSES. IK FOB 8ALX P Alpha house. Fifteen rooms. S09 Col- - lege avenue. W. McN. MILLER, phone 707. M-178-tf. FOR SALE: Model Five Underwood . fafTMichine' la'perfe'condlUon.11"1 F0RhRFT: WUI iwt tor two v evi iuuuiuuu. or tnree montns beginning about June 10. a seven-room house, completely furnished ..- ,, " and entirely modern; a few blocks from toil SALE: Practically new, latest model Agricultural campus. Phone 1012 Green. Underwood typewriter for sale at a bar- R. 193. gain. Call 4S3 Green. M-177 For .,,,. ... . MISCELLANEOUS ton SALE: My home, corner Rollins and Providence: House modern and lo- , A good teinenTSr .& SS? PoS MOTION WANTED: Stenographer. slou any time. C. L.'&gtftSSE' ra.SST&tSSS '5 TOST ixn vnrr ""' 186 "" WANTED: A shepherd dog six to eight LOST: Pair of nose glasses&goia rim- months old- Tayor' Music iStore...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

Mr T- THE DAILY MISSOTJXIAX, SUNDAY MOKSISG. APEIL 1, 1917. B'' ytte K5- ! - ' . W' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN of economic drantac but tne ft Published ererjr errnlat; (except Saturday K and Bonda?) aad Sunday morning ay jjg' The Mlssanrian Association, Incorporat- M d. Columbia, Ho. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building-, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tlie postofflce, Colombia, Mo as secona-ciass man. City: Year, S3.50: 3 months, S1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cent. By mall In Boone County: Year. $3.00; 6 minth 1 771- 'I mnnthsL 00 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carnenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth ATenue Build ing. New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chicago. PERPETUAL' TAX H0BR0KS! Columbians refuse to-be frightened by meaningless phrases. Perpetual tax. "What an ominous sound it has. What dire connotations it carries with it. B...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

r;m4te - r -"Sftf ' iJl f aU6 raVlHHHHHHBHHIHHMPa sMHHjHHpE9Eg4ji j ' " ijWllW'MWWiPjlWiilWWBglMpipBMMMf mt, v0Zvr - """'"" "" "WW"11'- -WPPWIlAprtajS THE DAILY MISSOUMAN, SUNDAY XOBXIXQ, APRIL 1, 1117. M.U. HEN IS CACKLING WAY TO WORLD RECORD "Kut-kut-ka-da-kut" bad rung out 1 twice from pen number 11 of the Poul try Experiment Station and Lady Cackle-Much, II, or Cafeteria Princess Prolific, or whatever you want to call her, for as yet she is nameless, had announced that she was out for a rec ord. That day she had laid two eggs. Silently she gazed upon the second of the still white forms before her and a joyous pride filled her soul as she proudly pecked on the shell to see for herself that it was real. Lady Cackle-Much, or what not, is not asking for a Sunday closing law or an 8-hour day with time and a half t for overtime, but is laying just for the pure enjoyment she gets out of it She realizes that with a little persis tence she may be able to hang up a record. Thus far she th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

j ,IW" '"" -l J Mffff- :? sW ts 5 , v X HK" ".-'.'!,.'r,3 ;? s P- Plge Eight . . f FARMERS CAN AID U. S. i: WITH LARGER CROPS h i-p- THE DAILY' MISS0UKIAN,:SU3O)iT HOBXDiG, APStt 1, 1917. Dean F. B. Mumford Urges Maximum Production in 'Face of Probable War. PRICES TO BE HIGHER Food Supply Will Be Final Defense in Conflict Says M. U. Expert. In the face of a probable war, the last and final defense of the American Nation will rest upon the American farmer and his ability to produce, said Dean F. B. Mumford of the Col lege of Agriculture of the Cniversity of Missouri, in an interview on the na tional crisis yesterday. "This is a time of great responsi bility and brings with it the greatest opportunity that has ever been pre sented to the farmers of this coun try. Exceptionally high prices are certain. The farmer will be both wise and patriotic if he exerts every energy towards maximum production. Maxi mum production must come in two ways. "First, by widely extending the ac reage plant...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

j i- "jjffLJgJfc'jtWftWH rm - v '& ..3 . - ,. -.'sJ--s. . v i & , , , --vail - i. - i- i . . . , . ,. - " " ' -w-i - ... i ,-l " THE DAILY MI8SOUMA3T, SUNDAY MOKMXC, APRIL 117. i f O ' " ; ? Page Nfat - -i -i . . .- , ,. 7- s '- HE DISCOVERED THE FIRE IN OLD ACADEMIC HALL How two Carroll CouQty students happened to discover the fire when the old Academic Hall burned Is told by William G. Busby, chairman of the Missouri State Public Service Commis sion of Jefferson City. He was one of the two students who saw the fire first. "Harry BealL and I were the only students and I think the only per 'sons who were in the old University building when it caught fire," Mr. Bis by says. "I remember the occurrence well. Beall's home at the time was in Coloma. and mine in "Wakenda, both in Carroll County. "We were both stu dents in the academic department "An open session of a literary so ciety (I think the Athenaean) was to hae been held in the chapel that even ing, and Beall and I were th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 April 1917

33 -v El r H M fe.VfMeZr 3W - " t Ttf'-ggw;'. ? r-' " ?g .-yy -tme paily mssotblut, sutoat nowise, ifbil vime Tlie Whole World Must Depend Upon Crop of 1917 All surpluses are practically consumed. Last year's potato crop Is 100, 000.000 bushels short. Last year's onion crop Is less than one-half a crop. All varieties of garden vegetables are from one-half to one-quarter less than a normal crop. If the weather conditions should be unfavorable and the yield this year no better than last year, the food situation will be much -worse than it is today. We may well take alarm when there is yet time to provide against this possi bility BY PLANTING EVERY AVAILABLE SPOT THIS SPRING. ' Toi "Will Help Save the Lives of Yoar FellowmeB by planting carefully and liberally, by using your greatest skill and energy to making every crop yield its utmost but do not waste seed, as there is not near enough seed in j the world to meet present needs. j i SEED IS SCARCE Last year's seed crops will go down i...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 April 1917

THE AiLVY MSSOURIAN 1 Y " W. asser '. K i NINTH YEAR WILSON TO DECLARE TO WORLD T T President Insists Upon Ad dressing Joint Session at 8 O'clock, Immediately Aft er Its Organization. CAPITAL IS TENSE FOR FIRST TIME Executive's Words Will Be Conveyed to Foreign Na tions Teutons to Be In formed bv Swiss Minister. By United l'resi SHINGTON, April 2. Formal assertion to the world of the fact that a state of war exists between Germany and the United States will be made at S o'clock tonight, when President Wilson addresses Congress in joint session. The President's announce ment will take the form of an asser tion that a state of war exists be tween the two countries. The chief executive will not wait until tomorrow. He insisted upon ap pearing immediately after completion of the House organization, regardless of the fact that this would not come until late today. He reached this de cision suddenly about 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, after Democratic leaders had told him the House organiz...

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

BsSsSsWflWgXjCwgigg - I -raHa??s . r'-w' t- .' w Tr.- f T - b up- I HP- ? PS PgeTw THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY ETENISG, APBIL 2, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN TablUbed ever? creator (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine y The MlssoarUn Association. Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Add res all communication! to THE DAILY MISSODKIAN Columbia, Missouri. " Ottlce: Virginia Bulldln. Downstairs Phones: Business, S5; hews, 274. Kntered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., aa second-clasa mall. . Cltv: Year. 53.50 : 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copj, 5 cents. . By mall in Boone County: Year, $3.00; 0 months, $1.73: 3 months, 90 centa. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 monins, iu, muQiu, www. ..... a ...t1n f?nrostfnfltlvpil- Carpenter-Scbeerer Co.. Fifth ATenueBulld IngNew York: Peoples Gaa Building, Chi Y0TE KKJHT TOMORROW Tomorrow, Columbia, the seat ot'a great university, must go on record for or against a public library. Those opposing the library have brought up many little...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 April 1917

THE DAILY .MI8S0UBIAN, MONDAY ETENING, APRIL 2, 1917. JOURNALISM SENIORS IIT 6 NEWSPAPER Trip in Southwest Also In cludes Survey of Min ing District. M. U. MEN ARE HOSTS Former Students Entertain With Banquets, Motor Rides and Parties. Six newspaper plants in Nevada. Joplin. Springfield and Jlonett were visited by twenty students, seniors in the School of Journalism, on their trip of inspection through Southwest Missouri, from which they returned last night. The Nevada Evening Post, the Joplin News Herald, the Joplin Globe, the Springfield Leader, the Springfield Republican and the Monett Times were the papers which offered their plants for criticism. A survey of the zinc and lead min ing industry of Joplin and the nearby cities made up almost as interesting a part of the trip for students to whom the process was new as the informa tion and instruction along journalis tic lines. A party was conducted through the drifts and mill of a large mine near Joplin where every step in the con...

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. — 2 April 1917

W; - r :mm By m w FagefMr THE DAILT MISSOURIAN, MOXDA T EYESPTfl, APML g, 1917. f e COLUMBIA DAIRIES MERGE AfctttArcH The most talented pen falls far short of the goal in -attempting to describe our New Spring Styles in Easter Footwear Imagine all the good points of the smartest footwear you've' ever seen, all combined in one. These add to the total the creative idea of the most talented and modern designers Then and then only will you have a faint idea of our New Spring styles See Them In Our Windows New ones arriving on every express Buy Yottn Easter Shoes Nov White Eagle and VaHdher Companies to Build 'ew Plant Arrangements are being made for the consolidation of the White Eagle ' Dairy Company and of the D. V. Van diver ice cream business. The stock of the new company will be increased and a new city plant will be built. j The White fiagle Dairy last fall, bought the lote where the old Loeb residence is now located, just north of i the Y. M. C. A. Building. Both firms' are well ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 April 1917

SBBMMMWB THE DAILY MISSOURIAN a m NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1917. NUMBER 181 MAY DECLARE WAR TOMORROW f h. LA FOLLETTE STOPS VOTE ON DECLARATION OF WAR When Resolution Came Up In the Senate This Afternoon He Forced Postponement of Action Until 10 O'clock Tomorrow Morning Session Will Be Continued Until Decision Is Made. CONGRESS IS BEHIND WILSON Bill Authorizes Use of All The Naval and Military Power of the United States and Calls For Dec laration of Hostilities No Doubt That Meas ure Will Be Passed By Both Houses. By United Press WASHINGTON. April 3. Pacifism in the person of Senator La Follette. this afternoon blocked action on the wtir. resolution in Con gress until tomorrow. Through parliamentary maneuver demanding the regular order he halted the Senate action on tlie resolution. Heated words followed, in which Senator Martin, floor leader, pointed out the "tremendous consequences" behind the resolution, and La Follette re corded objection to being...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 April 1917

THE DAILY 3IISSOCRIAX, TUESDAY ETEXIXG, APHIL 8, 1917. Page Two f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN rublialird every ermine (exeept Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning- by The MUaourlan Asaoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business. 55; News, 274. Kntered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. gity: Year, $3-50; 3 months. J1.00; month, S3 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mail In Boone County: Year. $3.00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, w cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Build lug. New York; Peoples Gas Building. Chicago. a background of ramshackle fencesJ KOt'HEI'ORT PIONEER DIES ash barrels, sheds and tin cans. Ciianman. SO. Pass movements; f, ,.. . ,, Cleaning HEAITIFYIXG COLUMBIA Now that the grass begins to come out on the front lawns, everybod...

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

THE DAILY MISSOURI TUESDAY EVENING, APBIL 8, 1917 Page Tare M r NIPPON MARIJ SAILS 1 WITH BANUE FOOD Ship Bringing Supplies for Journalism Feast to Arrive April 21. TO RUSH SHIPMENT Railroad Officials Say Cargo Should Come From the Coast in 12 Days. The Japanese steamer Nippon Marti, loaded with material for the Jlade-in-Japan Journalism Week Ban quet, sailed from Yokohama yester day, and is due in San Francisco Ap ril 21. Railroad men arc sjiowing es pecial interest in bringing the cargo across the continent in time for the banquet. May 11. About twelve days will be required to transport the ma terial from the coast to Columbia, nine on the Southern Pacific and Un ion Pacfic, and three on the Wabash. If four days are taken in unloading, and the Nippon Maru is not late, about four days will be left in which to arrange the material for the ban quet. The railroad men who are taking an interest in seeing that the shipment gets to Columbia on time are A. G. Little of St. Louis, general ...

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. — 3 April 1917

jujji jcy. 'r t M tl w M- Pi a. BS JE W i - TEXT OF THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS The address of President Wilson made before Congress last night fol lows in full: , I hare called the Congress Into extra ordinary session because there are serious, very serious, choices of policy to he made, and made Immediately, which it Is neither right nor constitutionally permission; iuai I should assume the responsibility of mak ing. On the Sd of February last I officially laid before you the extraordinary an nouncement of the Imperial German Oov-i-riinient that on and after the first day of February It was its purpose to put aside all restraint of law or of humanity anil im Its submarines to sink every vessel that sought to approach either the ports f (Jreat llrltaln and Ireland or the western coasts of Kurope or any of the ports con trolled by the enemies of Germany within the Medltterranean. That had seemed to be the object of the German submarine warfare earlier In the war, but since April of last...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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