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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 October 1908

strsssssssats sgesF "VS -. 3Swr?V -5CSS'' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUIUBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908. NUMBER 31 Brrrii i ' TIGERS WALLOP WESTMINSTER BY 58 TO 0 IN SNOW On Soggy Field, Missouri's "Superior Mudders" Score Almost at Will on Their Lighter Opponents. BLUCK, LIKE AN ATLAS, RUNS WITH PLAYERS ON SHOULDERS Alexander, Gilchrist and Nee Also Played Great Football. On a hi mil on wheie mud was ankle Iitji, Missouri defeated Westminster t ollcge .-Saturday, ."S to 0. It looked more like a game of water polo than l.xith.ill. A stiong wind drove rain and sieet into the faces of the player?.. After ten mimics of play the team- Acre so eoered with mud that it was difficult to recognize the players. The pigskin was wet and slippery and fum bles by both sddes were frequent. About ."iO(l faithful rooters stood on I lie .south bleachers through the game, yelling encouragement and praise to the Tigers. The game was not rough. No one vas hurt eveept Cook, whose knee wa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 October 1908

f, t Jgl.r?r?tta'tcfKai5rri.ll WMi WWwN"'"' MaaaLJLJJ-K wssiiilswssassssJSsassssM " " ' ""' HT mtH4&&r F UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908. ft II i mm 1 vW 1 iMSl WW I -si- Btf B University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of tie University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. 8UBSCRIPTIOX-Inariably in Adiance: By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Centt). Office Room D, Academic Hall, University ot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Tblemio.se Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274 and 714. Only Approved Adrertiiing Accepted. Rates on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo' UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Oct. 30. International Symphony Club, Missouri Auditorium. Oct. 31. Football Missouri vs. Ames. Nov. 14. Football Missouri vs. Wash ington. Nov. 19. Lecture by George Z. T. S...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 October 1908

zzsz&sn&zzz rj&; jr? VWTve&r WPrTP7WJRSRW7f3 ' -" TiKJ ' 4y- UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908. " BOARD OF AGRICULTURE REVOLUTIONIZES FARMING Teaches New Methods of Feeding Stock, Fights Disease, Holds Institutes, WorKs for Good Roads and Educates Boys. aaaaaHaR3 f aaaal bbbbbbbI ?" -..lbbbbKbbbbV BBBBBBW7'taBVBHHBalHlBBI George B. Ellis. Copied oil enduring parchment, a res olution ly thu Missouri State Board of Agriculture, in ftixor of the erection of a new building for the College of Ag riculture at the University of Mis souri, was put into the cornerstone when it was laid thi morning. The Legisla ture, during the April after this reso lution was adopted, passed the bill ap propriating .$100,000 for the building. The resolution was adopted in De cember, 1900. It asked that 200,000 be appropriated for the building, and set forth the advantages which would accrue from such an appropriation. A lostcr of the members of the board was placed with it in th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 October 1908

l&tfl Mr . irf-7n ."', K' IFIM tit ! Km nhm ff;r i rt ir- 1 fe ?r ,.V.i-WW-'iii.u H .i.m I '"-' . !,B" "" ' '- '"' " ' "" ' 1 "CTM.B. ... M-OBt,,. $igi$S3Si!S6 K. '- - - - ,yT. ---l-rIRS - - J - - r jr -? iKK V-r t-."j n-! UNIVERSITY HISSOUBIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908. MEMBERS OF GLEE CLUB jRE CHOSEN Prof. Pommer Announces FRESHMEN MADE TO FOLLOW NOSES And Noses Pushed Pennies Final Make-Up of This , Across Floor in "Marathon' Year's Organization. Race. REHEARSALS TWICE A WEEK NOVEL HAZING IN NEW YORK Arrangements Already Under Way for the Mid-Winter Concert. Prof e or II. Pommer of the De lartme!it of Mum? of the University of Ordeal Arranged to Avenge Defeat in the Cane Rush. Columbia's Big Steam and Chemical Cleaning Works Mi ouri. Unlay announced hi- final j dinan choice of memK'r of the ("Ilee Club for 1 ha7in thi- j ear. They are: Fir-t tenor-: C. 1. IK or. J. K. Saunder-. .1 i: Sl.uk. W. L. U-tkk. L. H. Biirk-. Second tenor-: li. .1. Pirkey. R. A. Montague. 1 Harnett. F...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 October 1908

pk-rgffi5ffi?jiS,.Ysys3 JBSSMtMi-al?ai-'Li '"KTy. vrrTT',rJ 7iS;i '3SpP5 -JWTSSTPS g;fS! UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAK COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1908. VOLUME I. NUMBER 32 gsajwaeggg R CO-OP'S "WILL" III PI In Case of Dissolution, Its Stock Goes to Board of Curators. BY-LAWS MAKE THIS PROVISION Recommendation for Removal to Be Acted on in December. The- Board of Curators of the Univer sitv of Missouri will decide at its ses sion in December whether the Students' Co-operative Store, known as "the Co op' shall move from its present quar ters. A recommendation that it be forced to sever its connection with the University and move off the campus has been offered by t"e Executive Board. Prof. L. M. Defoe, president of the Mudents' Co-operative Association, says " the Co-op" is undecided as to what it will do in case it must move. It is considered probable that it will buy a .site near the campus and enlarge its atock. The Co-op's "Will." Under the terms of the by-laws of the associ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 October 1908

.Jg7'''-1".' !!H"C " ii.li 3c. L. rrrfiwV-V-J1:!' in' j'l'i""i ill a. ,i r-VzTfesfir7- a t . tK - "--'" """"i-- ;"v3 -" - " . p- ' "7 wTlrr j.'"n" , ', -V' " " ' ,a ,!T'mm' -----.j f'- ijfr'1 'ttafiySaaCwflMSttafriMiaWMM If P i In Jf '? 1 ft r totversitv nassorRiAN, Tuesday, October wt, 1908. University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Uniiersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUItSCKIPTION-In variably in Advance lly Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semrstrr, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Office Room D, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 3TT. Newsroom, 27 and 714. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Kates on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo' UNIVERSITY Oct. 27 CALENDAR Oct. 2S. Oct. 20. Oct. 30. Oct. 31. Nov. U. Nov. 19. Dec. 4. Dec. IS. Meeti...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 October 1908

uxn -jj-m Jipiw -3 " ?e 'i!gjggR f -5v UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1908. ATHLETIC NEWS I am g'oing' to give to each man on the football team, BETTER T DEFEAT ACTS AS STIMULUS TO AMES THIS TIGER GUARD WEIGHS 183 POUNDS OWA, SAYS COACH Anderson Has Great Respect for Ability of Tigers' Future Opponents. State College is Rudely Jerred by Victory of Cornell Team. BKnOi1 9 CALLS BACKFIELD BEST IN WEST Monilaw Says Missouri Has Even Chance to Whip Drake Team. Hit' Tigi-r coaches arc '"up in the air'' ai lo the outcome of the Ames-Missouri lootkill prao iut Saturday. Assistant CMch indole Anderson, who saw the Aiiie Nmth Dakota contest last Sat urd.n ha- gu-at respect for the prowess of the Aiih- team. Spoking of the Ames South Dakota game, lie said: "The Ames team is even better than the Iowa team which played in olumbia a week ago, but if Mis souri's men will get down to hard, se rious woik anil fight as they did in the fowa game, Missouri's chances of vic tory are good. U...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 October 1908

m PTSST? '' ' " ' W-- T g g-...,., , ,: l J- aimiihii. ligTCTPggi KB UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1908. I'm hsa I. MM MISSOURI "AGGIES" RANK WITH BEST Students of University Are Sought by Government, Dr. Galloway Says. TELLS HOW THE WORK IS DONE Delivers 'An Address Before Scientific Association on Department. "Jf a graduate of the Department of Agriculture of the University of Mis souri presents himself to the National Department at Washington lie is sure of a job," said Dr. 15. T. Galloway, chief of the Bureau of Plant Industry, in concluding an address before the Scien tific Association of the University of Missouri last evening, on the organiza tion of the national Department of Ag riculture. The speaker was entluisia-tic over the prospects seientilie agriculture of fers to young men. He emphasized the fact that it was only a matter of a short time until the public schools will offer courses in agriculture, and dwelt at length upon the foreign aspect of the scienc...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 October 1908

atpecHaaEaH?vkigSrgsg2flMggbaKLS 71 r ops-" ;'S.5S'rrY f mSTTVERSITY MISSOUIUAN. I 1h t k?"in:i."iy!,jigaqig-S!jS .34 - VOLUME I. 0. INTERESTS BRITISH Acting Consul at St. Louis Sends Report to Education Department. DESCRIBES THE TRAINING HERE 'Everybody's Business is. the Newspaper Man's Business." Russell Stanhope. Acting British Consul at t. Louis, has sent to the De partment of Education of the British "ovcrnnieiit . a icport of the new work undertaken ly the Department of Jour nalism ot the University of Missouri, from whiih these extracts are taken: 'The eoiu-e of studies oirered by the Department of Journalism of the Uni versity of Missouri is expected to pre pare capable joung men and women for -work in journalism. Like all other brandies of professional education, this depart mi nt mu-t claim the right to dis courage tli-e students who arc nnsuited for the work. Develop Leaders. "It i- the purpixe of the department to help its men to be able to give news to the public more ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 October 1908

y'swyw"$m ill WK3S5 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. fcr University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Sfo., every sehoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. THAT SORT Or THING INHERITANCE TAX IS CONVENIENT AND JUST Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTIOX-Invariably in Advance: By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two CenU. Hiker: What kind of a course is Pro fessor So-and-So giving this year? Piker: Oh, passable. Cornell Widow. OrriCE Room D, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 271 and 714. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Rates on Application. '"When, they take woman away from the co-educational college," said the speaker, "what will follow?" "I will," cried a voice from the audi ence. Success. Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo' ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 October 1908

Iv .IKS r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. I ATHLETIC NEWS H I TIGERS ROUNDING INTO GOOD FORM THIS WEEK'S FOOTBALL. Best Practice This Year Seen on Rollins Field Last Night. LINE WEAK IN OFFENSIVE PLAY Graves' Hand Improves and Driver and Ristine Are Playing. The practice last night was about the best seen here this year. Driver and Ristinc were out and took their regular position on the team. Graves would hae been out also had he been able to find his suit. His hand is nearly healed and he will be out tonight. Coach Monilaw is not sure he will use Graves in the Ames game as he does not want to run the risk of hav ing his hand hurt again, which would probably keep him out of the Drake and Washington sanies. Driver's ankle is in good londition now, but Kistine's still bothers him. Lighter Work After Tonight. The line is weak on offense, and par ticular attention will be paid to it dur ing the rest of the week. The team has been doing hard work this week and the men...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 October 1908

H& - '-.'' mi. Lt-i 14 N UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908. 8 LEATHER PURSE WHICH WAS UNIVERSITY BANK IN "THE FORTIES;" ACCOUNT BOOK Found ! A dainty rcsLng-place for burning, aching, throbbing feet Slip your feet into White House Shoes. w IN LEATHER PURSE i They'll make a beautiful snug covering for your graceful feet. Pocketbook Dr. W. H. Duncan Carried Served as Bank. Burns and aches give place to a handsome glove-iike comfort. WHITE HOUSE SHOES. For Women $2.50 to $5.00 For Men $3.50 to $6.00 m 1ST HKlA r i B W E gEHSESBf h $.' It it; WAS CURATOR AND TREASURER Took $100,000 to St. Louis on Horseback, to Deposit It. The latest gift to the University of Missouri is one made by Dr. John II. Duncan, of St. Louis, who has presented the Department of Journalism with the pocket hook, in which his father, Dr. William II. Duncan, of Columbia, kept the University fund- while treasurer of the institution. Dr. Duncan, a member of the Board of Curators, was appointed tre...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 October 1908

UOTTERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. NUMBER 34 ra 'V J A & ! H E E Girls by Political Trade Get Representative on Savitar Board. MISS MARY PAXTON IS "BOSS" Fern le Suffrage Routs the Engineers in Junior Class Balloting. (J. xnn Scott, Chief Ink Squirter of the Quo Widis Club, was elected presi dent of the All-Junior class of the Uni versity of Missouri last evening as a direct rt .ult of female suffrage, and a first c!.i- Acidemic-Law-Teachers Col lege election machine. The other officers elected are: Vice president, K. A. Jarman, Law Depart ment; secretary-treasurer, Anialia V. Schmidt, Teachers College; and serjeant-at-arms, A. E. Pearson, Law De partment. The poweis that be in the Academic and Law Departments and the Teach ers College have been sitting up late at nights for the last two weeks de mising schemes whereby the Engineering Department could be excluded from get ting an officer in the All-Junior organ ization. Girls Hold th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 October 1908

, MBHBBgffiffiaW item f iOft PR5 Iff I UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. t -h II m & HP t42 University Missourian An fremiti neivifaftr fubliikftt i Columbia flft;, every nhtJY ty the Department cf Jeurntifism e the University of Mine ri. Kmcrnl at (lie pmtcilhcc at Columbia, Mo , as kccont-cUi mall matter. NIlliSCIUITION-liitiirlnlil)- In Ailvnnt-fi Ity Mull ur Oirrli-n Sili.x.l Yrnr, .'.(! S.nnnt.r, fl.SS. SlliKlr 'ilt-, Two IVnlh OrricR KiKim l, Aiadcmic Hall, University of Miwmiti, Coltimhla, Mil 'I'm Rl HONK Nt'MHKKS: - )-uitmrm oilier, . '177. NcvvMiiom.'JTt ami "II. ttiitll Approvr-it .Ittrrrttuhw Arrrplrtl. Ittitrn AppUrtitinn, '. nil tomminiitit lions to Univkkkity MlS.SOHHIAN, CtifiHiiiii, .Wo' At Hiich event h. the young man discovers that one of t lie: girl it (to hi eyes) by far the best in the crowd, and he decide that he would enjoy life more as u mar ried man than aw a bachelor. Women, even without female suffrage, are the rcnl "powers that 1ms" ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 October 1908

ZZS7 iM 'vlr.t' V.A ijt.gjasaggii E2S& 'Vp gr'I,S53f''! vy,$pfK ; TSStT" M E$ E $3000 A Many Ways for the Willing Worker to Get An Education. MANY ARE STUDENT ASSISTANTS Boarding Houses, Laundries and Newspapers Afford Positions. To tin' "-tiuleiit wishing to work his way through college, the University of Missomi oilers many opportunities. The po-t of 'tudent assistant in the various departments is sought by those i.i.. ...- f,li;i..r it Tliori. nre at urea- STUDENTS AR MONTH C& ent At t-tndent assistants who receive j early salaries ot 9iiu approximately. There are others who hold positions as librarian, secretaries and stenographers, at from & to $7 per week. At The State Farm. The Stale Farm affords employment in dain, research, and other branches of agricultural study. The salary of these assistants is about the same as in other departments. Columbia boarding house keepers are partial to students and when possible employ then to wait on tables, tend fur naces, or do...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 October 1908

mat !I7 KJ' r8 IRIS TV ?e h-g m mm m m !. if! in i -' Iti i.v I BR K I 8 ( i K'r V NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS AMES' BACKS ARE GRIDIRON STARS Coach Monilaw is Nervous About Lamberts and Hubbard. MISSOURI IN EXCELLENT FORM Four Tigers Are Working to Play at Right End Saturday. Three men on the Ames team art Coach Monilaw bugaboo. He is most afraid of their work, when the Tiger.-, meet the "cyclones" Saturday on Rol lins Field. They are Guy Lambert, left halfback; E. Lamln-rt, fullback, and Hubbard, right half hick. E. ("Sy"X) I-ambcrt i- captain as well as fullback. He is a "whole team in himself," and the Ames offense is built around him. In the forward pass and in punting he is especially adept. To stop these men, Coach Monilaw will depend largely upon his smashing ends and halves. Driver, who is sure to get into the game, can be counted upon to handle the plays acceptably at left end. The right end position may fall into the hands of any one of four good men Xee, Williams, Idler or IJurr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 October 1908

fewSffiSSSW ' i pfSwjStSTCr- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. M U r- Lv VOLUME I. COWHERD EXPECTS it ft Candidate Says Bird Will Be Badly Ruffled by Thanksgiving Day. PLEDGES AIDJTO UNIVERSITY Democratic Nominee Speaks to Big Crowd in the Columbia Theater. SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM APPROVED BY COWHERD At tla- oloc of his speech last ni"ht W. S. Cowherd was asked by a reporter for the University Miasoiirian to give his opinion of the tcachiii!! of journalism. His re ply was: "I think both the theory and prac tice of journalism can be taught, just us 1-aw or Medicine or any of the professions is taught. I believe it is a good thing that the University has taken up the work of teaching journalism, for it will raise the pro fession to a higher level. The School of Journalism cannot help but be a success." W. S. Cowherd, Democratic candidate for governor, declared in an address at the Columbia Theater last night that the Kansas bird, the "Jayhawk," would get his feathers so ruffled on election day, nex...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 October 1908

txat'iire. " . -r "" UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908. mi M 1 . in 'i F ; N ' r t n University Missourian An evening nnesfaper published at Cclurriia, He., every tckttlday by lie Department ef Journalism ef the Unizerzizj itisuuri. school students are too immature to be strongly bound by tow to individuals whom they have never seen or even heard of. Entered a: the jo5ce at ColasSria, Mo , as C03d-;lass xaaU caller. TOLD ACROSS THE BREAKFAST TABLE I suppose the saying holds true that SOCIETY WEATHER PROPHETS OF YE OLDEN DAYS REFORE beneneient governments learned that it was the province SUBsCIUinoy-Invariablr In Advance: By .Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.23. Single Copie, Two Cent. ' one never misses anything till he begins to fear he can't have it,' re-) Miss Catherine Goode of St. LouL. daughter of the widely known jurist, is in Columbia with her mother. Thev are visiting Mrs. Walter McNab Mil- ! I CT I SVL1a 4W1VMA 41 IVT..W.1l?.. . .". I ltfem" ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 October 1908

m4imjmM V, .'. M u UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908. MEMBERS OF PURE FOOD COMMISSION, WHO DETECT AND PROSECUTE ADULTERATIONS D. A. Chapman R. C. Arnttt Dan Johnson F. L. Austin L. E. Cline I!. C. Jones P. F. Trowbridge R. M. Washburn M. H. Lamb G. G. Strode BRYAN IS ELECTED BY HIS MANAGER Democratic Landslide is Sure to Come, Says National Chairman Mack. CLAIMS VICTORY IN NEW YORK SULPHURIC ACID IS FOUND VINEGAR BLIND PAUPER DOES PR L EMS F FUN Even if Your Butter is Pure it May Be "Watered," Commissioner Says. (Continued from First Pace.) Asserts Commoner Will Get a Majority of Fifty-Nine Electoral Votes. NEW YORK, Oct. 30. National Chair man Mack of the Democratic Commit tee has authorized a statement in which he claims the election of William J. Bryan by a landslide. He announced that his reports showed that Mr. Bryan would ;receive at least 301 (electoral votes, or 59 more than is necessary for a choice. Mr. Mack's forecast of the election follows: "The rumblings ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908. s $ KS kja && m xha. & I 1 II NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS AMES IS STRONGER THAN EVER BEFORE Team of Veterans Will Meet the Tigers on Rollins Field Saturday. EXCELS AT FORWARD PASSING Missouri Will Depend on Line Plunging and Trick Plays. The Ann--, team that fates Missouri tomorrow afternoon will le much htronger than the one which played Minnesota to a .standstill three weeks ago. Not only have the Aggies im proved since their first big game, hut they have been strengthened by the addition of two veterans, Bruegger at light tackle, and Hubbard at right half, who were barred from the game against the 'Gophers" because they were play ing for their fourth year, a contradic tion of the three-year claue in the Chicago Conference rules under which the two teams had contracted. The addition of these two old men to the line-up makes Ames a veteran eleven. Only one man on the team has not played at least one year, and si of them are play...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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