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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 May 1917

sjjJ)MIIWP4w J-t-,Vj&--!y!T - jwr- ?-"' - - ilWIHLWff "s !?,3S",,sfr,?',TWETTW i--3J5S? T" THE DAILY XISBOITBLkS, TITOBSPAr EYE'SPG, 3IAY 8, lMJ. Pauts Thret BM,",""jc 3-'-Mis-v-.'5r rs v JAPAN'S OWN STORY OF JOURNALISM WEEK AND THE MADE - ? .' i "iKJ:??T!lto AX T.i SiJEii ft - Jr s ' K-J: ft! ;. f.ti ti c it &U-&W- fc'f fc !'& 6 t X 1 v- Sf ?te?j : ! M JR,'! fl?M &fefli2ft,.9?6 J t ; -c a cnrit tv in- l u ft s.z ftUa4l If L v T 8!!l 5-?r4t " - st ,T- tfiit-- n m rr r r tm m 29 s v s : r ?r snrRr- " jjj i ji -.-" (TliC follow Inn account of tlit- Maile-in-Japan I!.miUi-t. which will clove the eilil!i annual Journalism Week of the University of Missouri, 5'-y 14-ls. 191". ! a tratii-I.i tlon of tin' Japanese original Mioirn :il.u.-, which has !iiieareil in Japanos.; ntivi.ii er-. in the I'nited States.) journalism Week, an annual event at the School of Journalism of the University of Missouri, has in eight years grown into an occasion oi m-; ternational as well as...

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 May 1917

- . . Tjp "-55t-"5 ""TWFVTCi 4 "rf:n?fS!?5' "" "f;rt' JRpiPB9wH9' j rfp BHPPv?fflREI?f3lP!PP7n3 Page Fonr CITY AND CAMPUS Ten members of two sections of the public speaking class gave H. F. Carlton a farewell luncheon today at noon at the Virginia Grill. Mr. Carl ton will leave the early part of next week for Fort Sheridan, Illinois, where he will begin training in the officer's reserve corps. Mr. Carlton is an instructor in English in the University. E. T. Calvert left today for Tay lorvillc. 111., where he will visit rela tives. Mrs. W. C. Steckdaub has returned to St. Louis after visiting relatives. Mrs. G. M. Shepard has gone to Brookfield, Mo., to visit her parents for two weeks. Mrs. F. K. Ehler went to Hannibal today to visit her sister, Mrs. William Trimble. Miss Estelle Iteifschneider of St. Louis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Sherman, 1613 East Broadway. Judge William Pfeiffer of Oklahoma City is visiting his son. William Pfeiffer, Jr., a student in the Univer sity, ...

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. — 4 May 1917

w . 4 THE DAILY MISOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 19j7. NUMBER 208 rs II i AL0NGRUSS1AN LI Not a Shot Fired in Last Month Germans and Slavs Fraternize. LEADERS FEAR RUSE Workmen and Soldiers Want War Plans Foreign Min ister Is in Disfavor. By United Press oFTunfiRAD. Mav 4. A virtual armistice exists along the entire Rus sian front today. Not a shot has been fired for more than a month. There has been no active engagements for this length of time on the German-' Hussian sector. In many places Ger man and Russian soldiers arc frater nizing, en nvtnnsive has this condition be come that General Gourka, command-1 er of the Russian forces on the Minsk front, today issued a formal statement telling his forces to beware of a Ger man ruse. He said the German friend liness was part of a plan to obtain in formation of Russian plans and move ments Soldiers arriving for the Duma are authorities for the statement that there has been no fighting on the Aus trian fron...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 May 1917

liMHBHBHMMBMMMBttfS&i-sv 'iWlllii.il'fllMJiJ THE DAILY MISSOOBIA', FBIDAY EVEJflXG, MAY 4, 1917. W Page. Tiro . THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 1'iiblUhml rrrry evening (except Saturday anil huDday) and Sunday morning by The Miikonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Aildres all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia HuIIdluK. Downstairs I'bones: Iluslness 55; Xews. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second -class mall. City: Year, $.150; 3 months, fl.OO; month. Si cents; copy, 5 cents. 15y mall In Iioone County: Year, $3.00; C months, ?1.7Ti; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year $4.00; 3 months. $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Itepresentatlves, Carpenter-Schcerer Co. Fifth Avenue llullillnc. New York; Peoples Jas Iiulld Ins, Chicago. curls, it makes one of the most whole some and tasty spring dinners. Someone will ask what is "sor rel?" Children call it sour grass. Take yourself back to youth, and you ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 May 1917

yV.WU'J,U ' i'MLJ.'fe,HSiylllW'''W"'H''4tJ,WAUjll.J,IJ ' I 'llMMWBWlBWMMi " ' JWip8lfPgW!'V'; frggqp-y5wwy - THi''J'-fg""y-V?ilt:'gSr wf 9kr f lljBJJ-liJR"W-Vf"--rt- -y-r - ?-rai y THE DAILY MISSOUBIAVFBIPAY EYBSISC, XAY 4, 1317. SPORT The Ames track team, which meets the Tigers in a dual contest on Rol line Field tomorrow morning, brings with it four athletes who would make a creditable showing in any univer sity competition in the country. iDeft ke. the football star, put the shot 40 feet 3 incites for the first place against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in a dual meet last Saturday. Williams, Haw thorne and Husted, distance men, arc the other three athletes whose records compare favorably with those of any alley athletes. 700 STUDENTS LIABLE TO DRAFT Exemption Cat Down Total of 1,325 Between Ages of 21 and 27. "What are you going to do about the war?" is usually the way one student puts the question to another. Each student will answer this question in his individual way, but the fol...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 May 1917

Pge Four TEE DULT JOjUAUUO, IMDT lYIJCDfft 3014,11?. if- Rogers Grocery War times and crop failures nearly three score years ago meant many hardships. In those days each community was forced to exist almost entirely upon what it could raise. How very different now. We have had crop failures and now we have war. But w e will show you on tomorrow, fresh vegetables and fruit from all over the country. We are receiving daily shipments direct to us from the Arkansas Strawberry fields, California Ice berg Head Lettuce, and snow white heads of Cauli flower; also New Potatoes, Cucumbers and Cabbage frorn Alabama along with the Crystal Wax Onions, Peas and String Beans from Texas. We offer you these and many early home grown vegetables. We are seljing your neighbor Richelieu Coffee and Teas. Why can't we sell your Come or tele phone. We will deliver it to you in our own two new Ford,, Delivery Cars. If you have not a charge account with us, can'tyou arrange for one or we will send it C.O.D. ...

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. — 6 May 1917

HT?I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1917. SIX PAGES NUMBER 209 y y SI WIN HONOR FOR WEBSTER GROVES Kemper and Harrisonville Teams Finish First in Other Divisions. ONE RECORD BROKEN Polytechnic Hangs Up New Relay Time Parker Star of Meet. HOW T1IEV FINISHED Division I. Keuiior Military Academy .'3 1-0 I'.ilrtfOlinlc Institute WViitw'irtli Military Academy VI -G DltUlun II. Wrlivter !rmes 40 Kans.iv City Central " K.w-n City West port 22 Jopllu . - Kin-a- City ortheast , KatiJ Ity Ji.inuai Division III. Ilarrioinllli" 30 1-2 liarriun""- - - Mount ernon -" Trenton "' ,-ut" Klrk.vood .. S Carrolllon ' riiTtn . Greenfield ' Maltland J Kepubllo J rerpnon J Mir-ball Jefferson City : McMlll.ui (-Mexico) Clinton J V"., ..i....... inn - 1-- Sneet Spring - r - University Hih (Columbia) Troy i Athletes representing forty high schools of the state strove for honors on Rollins Field yesterday in the Uni versity of Missouri's Fourteenth An nual Interscho...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 May 1917

t H-WiHWll LHJflMJ-rL'y " '"Viy v-'-'UJJfwa iSPTfyFr-jSKr?" the paux aossouMAX, srypiT jcoame, 3liy a, m?. ttr Two i r r k n IT'S GOOD-BY TO BOB AND GENTRY Left, II. F. Schulte, Coach; Bight, Bob Simpson, Tiger Track Captain. It - . "-3. .T . Williams. Missouri second; IMmick. Ames, third. Distance. 22 feet. Tuo-niile run ILiuthorne. Ames, first; Cromer. Ames. econd; Flint, Missouri, third. Time, 10:1S 3-5. Mile reliy Missouri won, Selbie. II Bond, Itlder, D.igpy. Time. 3:29 4-r. of corner-lot baseball. The Tigers filled the bases with no one down, and then managed to throw away their chances of scoring often by an ex hibition of poor base-running. In the sixth, Missouri broke the tie. Dippold led off with a hard single to left and stole second. Giltner fanned, but Stemmons walked and both run ners advanced on a wild pitch. When Farmer hit to third, Newton threw to the plate too late to bead off Dippold. Stemmons took third on the play. Farmer stole second, and a moment later both F...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 May 1917

MW5S W-wws i WgWi 'glpfr-- wy""; in .-w-jbiis;" r-win' 3VJ' THE DAILT MISSODBIAy, SUNDAY HOUSING, MAY C, 1917. Page Three eKMWB.VSTT'.'?."' V tjr THEY WIN HONORS AT CHRISTIAN KA3b Ktefv -g. - 0T -g Christian College avenue, Friday evening. Miss Windsor received a shower Wednesday night at the home of the Hill sisters. 305 Price avenue. Twenty-five guests were present. .Mrs. H. H. Krusekopf gave a birth- ' day luncheon for her daughter, Char lotte, who was one year old Thursaa. The guests were Mary Louise PegK. Elizabeth Kempster. Harriet Anne Brandt. Emily Krusekopp and Joseph Kaseman. .Hiss Xada Wild. Miss Kul.ih Franklin. Honors were announced at Christ- Eldon High School in 1914 and en ian College at the chapel assembly , tcred Christian College in September on Saturday morning by President L-'of that year. V. St Clair-Moss. The college senior The second honor, entitling the win class numbers twenty-one. The high- iter to deliver the salutatory on class est scholarship average du...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 May 1917

"""?("! ')5!SrW99S't5R--;i';,,;ir'i MHHHHHgMHMMHHMHBHHHHf'r' -, -z' --r9vs-t jnnryjcr -t-'-; . - - THE DAILY 3IISS0CBIAy, SUXDAT MOBSISG, 3CAY 6, 1917. Kansas City Banker TIsIts Here. page Four clay, soot and salt which made them 1 shape, uniformity of size, cleanliness, shell texture, uniformity of color, 'fullness and the quality of the egg. The perfectly shaped egg is one and ! one-half times as long as it is wide and weighs from two to two and one- sixth ounces. The egg should curve ! evenly. The judges were Prof. H. L. I Kempster and G. W. Hervey. ! v. Tvler of Columbia won four Walton H. Holmes, a banker ot Kan sas City, is a visitor in Columbia. THE DAILY MISSQURIAN1 1'ul.lUI ! -irr nrolns (rxrept Saturday ami MiniKu) ami iMiniliiy morning 1 The MNuiirlan A-ioiIation, Incoriiorat r.l, (iilumliiii. Jin. PRIZES AT FIRST EGG SHOW HERE safe for shipping. In ina -.-shipped long distances that way. . m Vililrc-. all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOIiniAX Columbia. MNsourl. Office:...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 May 1917

w PiJHMJiy i, IMJWWy'f W THE DAILY fflJSSOCBLLX,, SUNDAY 31015156, 3UY t, lffl fftf Fire 1 29 ACCEPTED HERE FOR OFFICERS IP Number Probably Will Be Cut Down by Command er at Fort Riley. MEN MAY BE PAID Local Office Sets High Rec ord Many From Other Cities Passed Here. About a hundred and twenty im patient prospective officers o the 1'nited States Army are waiting in and around Columbia for orders from Colonel Tyree It. Rivers, commandant of the training camp at Fort Riley, to report for three months' training. One hundred and twenty-five men have been passed by the local examin ing board, but a few are now at their homes in various part of the state. The hardest thing to impress upon the applicant is that he is not to go to Fort Uiley until he receives person al notice that the commander of the camp has accepted him, according to Captain J. C. King. Several men left bsfore they learned that the time of opening the camp had been chang ed from May S to May 14. One man spent about ?5 f...

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

1 m- I iJ II ! 'if f f Page six THE DAILT 3QSS0PBLO, SUSDAY MOBXIXQ, MAT 6, 1917. y ,- L p - FITE MEX WI HONOB FOR WEBSTER GROTES (Webster Groves, third; Crouch. K. C. Cen tral. fourth. Time. 0:24 second flat. (Continued from page 1.) Height, 10 feet. (Other contestants failed to qualify.) Broad Jump Parker, Polytechnic, first: Stelnwlnder, Kemper, second; Byler, Wentworth, third; Crenshaw, Polytechnic, fourth. Distance, 19 feet U 1-2 laches. Half-mile relay Polytechnic. flrt; (Parker, Jerries, Harrison, Hutchison.); Kemper, second; Wentworth. dliualitk-d. Time, 1:34 2-5. Division II. 100-yard dash Lincoln, Webster Groves, I first: Ilaum. K. C Central. erts. Joolln. third: Phillip: Groves, fourth. Time, 0:10 2-5. 120-vard liiah hurdles Hart. Groves, first; Williams, K. C. Central, sec-1 ,, VJ ". mni tnirii-i ' " ' ond; Uaknnson. K. C. Manual, third North, K. C. Manual, fourth. Time, 0:17 1-5. SSO-yard run Dorman, .Toplln. first; Hunt, K. C. Central, second; Hurling, K. C. Northeast,...

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. — 7 May 1917

f mtJmmg VWgg'y- '! THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1917. NUMBER 210 1 9HHHBHV' ' 4"r'deJ ,J''' " ,VVBMMHHMHMBHHHHMMMMMMMMHHHHHMMHMMHHpnr A - 1 ' 73? r ' . , r-OT. - . "WS-; , x -"dj" AUSTRALIANS PIERCE TEUTON LINE I MILE Gain Made at Reincourt Is Held Against German Counter-Attacks. BRITISH PUSH AHEAD Grasp on the Hindenburg Trenches at Bullecourt Kept, Haig Declares. By United I'rcss WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN THE FIELD. May 7. Australian troops forged ahead a mile into the German line early this morning. At the time of cabling, this great hole in the German line was being success fully maintained against all enem counter-attacks. The penetration of the German front thus achieved was around Rein court Continual German counter-attacks since Saturday have failed to 'check the British grasp on the Hin denburg line around Bullecourt, and. in the face of this unending pressure, the British improved their positions by a drive of their own .Fiel...

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. — 7 May 1917

'pw-ajqpf; v - -s -"- st-ir- J" ? v. w & I m a- I i" f I IP faee Xwo ft - - Hit . i THE BAIL! XISSOUBUX, X03DJLX; ETE5CTG, 3UI 7, 191i. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUbrd every rTenlne (except Saturday ami .Sunday) and .Sunday morning by The JUuourlan Association, Incorporot !. Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to TIIC DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Iiulldinc, Downstairs Phones: Business 55; News. 274. Entered at the postofTlce, Columbia, Mo., ai second-ilabs mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, 51.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. IJy mall In Iioone County: Year, $3.00; C months, $1.75; 3 mouths, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year $4 00; 3 month". jl-LIt; month. 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpentcr-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Ilulidliii:. New York; Peoples !as Uuild 1ns, Chicago. demoralization are not the allies of courage and conquest. We cannot hope materially to aid in this strug gle until we do away with bottled, liquid gr...

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. — 7 May 1917

-rY , ' ", 'ABfWVtU! V V SPORT The Columbia Browns opened the Central Missouri League season here yesterday by losing to the Mexico team 2-0. A fair-sized crowd journeyed to the fairgrounds. McClain of the Browns and Lancaster of Mexico were in good form, not an earned run be ing scored off their delivery. The vis iting twirler had the better support, however. Mexico's two runs were scored in the sixth, when Lancaster's triple and Edmonston's single were mixed with two errors in the Colum bia infield. The Browns had several excellent chances to score, but Lan caster saved the game by air-tight pitching in the pinches. The box score follows: COLUMBIA AH I! II O I.iiron. (" 4 Darls. : Canterbury, cf .. Hubbard, c Taj lor. lb ITrle. rf Foster. 2b 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 McClain, p KolxTts, If TotJls 31 ( .MKXICO 27 1C AB It H o Ednionston, lb . Keeil. 3b 4 o l: o o J. Koberts. u Thomas rf T ltoberts, '2U Klstler, ss Clordy. c Ijncaster, p (.'oKlamI, rf 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 l l 0 0 1 Totals :K r. -T 12 ...

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. — 7 May 1917

Jf. --.'!- ,l?Vi"' 4 -v-s iHHBI HMSflflHMlHHBBHBSnflHBHH wmtvHifJjfbfi jjppgii"!iw'.jyy-yi 'M' tjjg? i J!i,,r""',Ti!y44?w'': I: (I -f n H g rt MftFotr THE DjULX JCUOIIIIAS. 3J01TDAY lYISECg, 3UT 7, 17. Dr. BoTer to Talk to 3L U. Women. Dr. Mary V. Dover, instructor in chemistry in the University, will give a talk on "Opportunities for Women in Scientific "Work" at 4:15 o'clock next Thursday afternoon in Room 220, Academic Hall. This is one of the series of vocational talks given under the auspices of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae for the University women. IN FROM 36 TO 44 Grocery Bargains 12 lbs. M with a dollar purchase of other groceries. Flour, 2. lbs.. . $1.75 Flour, 50 lbs. $3.50 Dried Peaches, lb He 15c Green Lima Beans 10c 8 bars Soap . -5c 15c Tuna Fish 10c 20c can Peaches 15c 15c can Itcd Beans . 10c 3 lb. can Hominy 10c 25c Baked Beans . . .20c 20c Baked Beans . 15c 15c Pancake Flour 10c 10c Jcllo, 3 for 25c 25c Hershey Cocoa . ..20c Gallon Apples 35c Gallon Blackb...

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. — 8 May 1917

0 Tf " " J fwy w k yi wy iijwg y'M"rJ Try. , TW " '"" " -- , " f 31 5?- ' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1917. NUMBER 211 -." GERMANY WILL HUNT "PEACE SPIES" Rewards Promised Soldiers for Arrests of Agitators Is the Report. DISSENSION IS HEARD People in Provinces Doubt Kaiser's Claim That Brit ain Is Defeated. ny United Tress COPENHAGEN, stay 8. rue uer man government started peace talk' for its own ends, but now it is con- j fronted with a distinct anu aeciaeaiy growing movement among its people for peace, which it is taking measures to suppress. Private advices from Germany this afternoon show this new development in the German government's peace . '.,. l,loJ on pmnlp. nlottinc. They detailed an Lmpire pl . . : ,,. i.... v h.mt for neace spies. The hunt has been transferred from the civil au thorities and placed in the hands of the military government with rewards .offered for the arrest of peace propa gandists. The German government ap...

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. — 8 May 1917

r "?:-&&''t -a " ?sf;:ica5s"Ct-' ?-fXv' '"" "& CVWh 3?!wi5?(pOTI(cCJ-'W" - -5Ff -s(Kft t-. Page Two THE DAILY 3IISS0URIAX, TUESDAY EVEMNG, MAY S, 1917. dftg3Ny-t-c- ''-mf'Pff''-' I? I. ? 1 lit- i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN-festation' and U has beco,ne at oHC0Gre'str0kc' the son of Lord Gre- KViu.- iro SiruKCi IUB IICIU Ul laiiuu Ul lilt l'ubliklied -Tery -renins; (except Saturday and .Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mlssonrlan Association, Incorporat ed. Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to TUP nAIl.V riOfTTITAV Columbia, Missouri. a slogan and a stratagem. the German women who dp not wear with the pride of sacrifice some ring. Office 1 Apes." Xow living in civilized life, I the elder Greystrokc seeks to prevent I his son. Jack, from viewing any ex j hibitions of wild animals, thinking his Iron has played, indeed, a great role . own subdued instinct will flame forth pin or necklace of iron. Phones? nuJ8lne""'m Xew2&Sta'rS ', In the evolution of contemporary Ger-ji...

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. — 8 May 1917

" . prgr -- r.a "ipyeny v J" Krvw v- - r " f-yjj , uT',;g!r?rS"'M-v ;-c-grT3H-sTTyV',''ww''5 " rwu ffijRt" vywWW topp-rese- - - - l,33pr-WV'r "V . THE DAILY 3HSS0UBIAX, TUESDAY ETESIXC, MAY 8, 1917. SPORT Missouri's victory over the Kansas Aeeies on Friday bears out an nark-1 prediction that the race for the Val jey baseball championship would eventually be decided in the 4-game series between Missouri and Kansas.: As the teams stand now, Missouri cannot finish worse than second. The jayhawks may finish in last place; they may finish in first place. It all depends on the results of the four games which the Jayhawkers must play with the Tigers in the next two weeks. At present the Tigers have won seven conference games and lost none, giving them a perfect percent age. Kansas has won from Nebraska in the only conference game played by either team; thus the Kansass must also be credited with a perfect percentage. If Kansas should suc ceed in winning four straight from Missouri, the Jay...

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. — 8 May 1917

jsh v"')3"- . ,t v i vy"-' "z&f ?v'"-4 WW WW".'l!ajiHP5 " 'w y pwj'sw AHKMftEwmr T ' " I ... f ' THE DAILY XI8S0UBU5, TCESDi. I ETOCCe, XAI 8, tttt. .------ para Four - - I i i rrsr- iFDOD NEED GREATER l society notes- ij rat i ii.-n u in riii'iitr i - - NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. EAST ST. I.OIJIS III.. May 8. 1917. TUe livestock market for today was as follows: Cattle receipt ,SX) IncludliiR H0 Tex- :iii. .Market slow: no chance. . Native beef steers, $7J06$13.00. Yearling steers and heifers, $SJ0?$12.0(l. fons, fo.oo a?n.oo. I Stockers and feeders, $0.000 $10.1.. Calves, $C.00S$1.00. " ' Texas steers, S.."0(g$9."0. Uok receipts 12.000. .Market 5c to 10c higher. Mixed and butchers. Sin.l0Q$I. ;ood and bcaTy.1$l.".70a$13,S0. Kouch. $14ie15.(X). Light. l..10j $15.70. Pigs, ?&7&;$14.00. Ilnlk. 13.25(5$1'.70. T ARMY HE SAY Sheep receipts 1.200. .Market Meady. Ewes. $9.W)0$13 (Kl. Lambs. $15.00lS$170. Yearlings, J12.75fiJ14.7T.. Clipped lambs, $13.CP0$H.O. No Fear of Too Large a ...

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