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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 May 1917

tiiyi.LjiMi45fJtii4jMJpV''f'-W wrfrymyyuijj miww "fc THE DAILY 3I1SS0URIAN, SUNDAY MORNING', MAY 27, 1917. Pace Ikrt ' v'-BBBBHHB h3fcP?P J - SJSf ,, - -.,,. Society The engagement of Miss Catherine Jane Wells of Platte City to W. V. Torapson of Kansas City has been an nounced. Hiss Wells was graduated from the University in 1914 and is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mr. Tompson was gradu ated in 1910 and is a member of the phi Delta Theta fraternity. -Miss Wells is a daughter of the late Campbell C. Wells, a former member of the Board of Curators of the Uni versity, and a sister of William C. Wells', a senior in the College of Arts and Science. SOCIAL WORKER TO TALK HERE Miss Eleanor Taylor of West Broadway has as her guest Miss Curtis Taylor of Armstrong, Mo. To day they will be the dinner guests of Mrs. Grace Gray at the Chi Omega house. The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will have as its dinner guests today Miss Florence Smith and her guest, Mrs. Christy, Edgar Verden, ...

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. — 27 May 1917

"'-p-sssssssijgr ilf?'n5lfgo r- yg.pfc'y ' "3i'W"yyapw?ry'-Egy..JWg.'SgSff"Jsy7'w!yyr" '"' '-'-'r'-S'?1'?' Page Fonr THE DAILY 3IISS0UKIAX. SU.MIAY JIORXIXG, .MAY 27, 1917. "WSJ" m??&Mmvme?m&-' p. . m X I, THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUlictl rstty etrnlnr (rxcrpt Saturday and Sunday) and bandar mornlnr far Tfae MUkourian Akkoclatton, Incorporat ed. Columbia, Ma. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, .Missouri. Office. Virginia IluIMInj:. Dounstairs I'liones: Iiusiness 53; News ITM. Kutered as the postofTIrr, Cnlnmliia, Mo, as secund-cla;s mail. Central Powers to assist In making the world a fit place in which to live a fit place for the common people as well as the upper few. In sending our troops to France, we do not go as seekers after con quest. Feeling a sincere pity and sympathy for down-trodden Belgium, City: Year, $3.50; S months, $1.00; mouth, So cents; copy, 5 cent--. IJy mail In Itoone County: Year, $3.00; C months, $1.73; 3 mouths, U0 cents. Ou...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 May 1917

THE DAILY 3IISS0ORIAX, SUNDAY MORXIXG, MAY 27, 1917. Page Fire S S SPORT 404 SAVITAKS GO IX 3 HOURS First Shipment of Missouri's Annual I In Hands of Subscribers. j The 1917 Savitar Is out. At noon Af III tit W'orfc Here 'I'lii' Summer. The Missouri Valley Track Meet at Ames yesterday completed the sched ule of the athletic department for the 1917 season. Summer school stu dents, however, are not to be without athletic competition. Besides the usual classes in gymnasium, coach ing'and dancing which are to be held all through the summer session, there will be, in all probability, a golf tournament for all students en rolled for the summer term. The annual summer tennis tournament 'will also be held. University credit will be given to students enrolling for physical education. The branch of work taken is optional with the student. I'lii Camma Delias Are The Clmnipions. The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity won the Pan Hellenic "baseball cham pionship yesterday afternoon on Rol lins Field, de...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 May 1917

--s3 :' 'r"- - - i-jrM8irs '.".-r. fJS51t-SS"' THE DAILY MISSOUEIAN', SUNDAY MOBXIXO, MAY 27, 1917. HHHHm B- Page Six 1917 SAVITAR I fe- k at flUueiiri Sloe $3.00 Shite Corn Acreage Increased. Reports from the Missouri State Council for Defense show a 15 per cent increase in the corn acreage this year over former years. Accord ing to W. L. Nelson, assistant secre tary State Board of Agriculture, the last crop reports were that 730,000 acres of corn had been planted. If favorable weather conditions pre vail, he says, the state will produce about 300,000,000 bushels. AMBULANCE SERVIC E i:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii' roSsyflV Patriotic Mass Meeting Will Be Held at Courthouse Tomorrow Evening. $65 A MAN NEEDED Tfliafcwri Siore -llllllilllllilillilllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIII!lllllllllllHlllillllllII!lllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIllllt- Pi Lambda Theta Gives $23 to Fund Campaign for Money Continues. Columbia's first patrio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 May 1917

f55'r"fW"BP7?P3 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, iMISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1917. NUMBER 228 ' r '1: TORNADOES' TOLL IS 45 DEMU445 HURT 4 Southern States Hit Yester day in Storm Series in Middle West. 128 DIE IN ILLINOIS Kentucky Mortality List Is 50 One Man Killed in Southwest Missouri. BULLETIN Bj United Presi BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 2S. Mea ger reports reaching here indicated that the death list in Alabama from the tornado last night may total forty. By United Press CHICAGO, May 2S Two hundred and forty-one persons known to be dead and 1,4-13 injured, many of whom will die, is the result of a series of tornadoes sweeping Illinois and Indiana Saturday, Southern Illi nois and parts of Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee late yester day, and Kansas on Friday. Thou sands are homeless and destitute. Property damage is well into the millions. The dead and injured arc listed as follows: Illinois 12S dead, 750 injured. Kentucky 50 dead, 47 injured. Kansas 26 dead, 60...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 May 1917

tiHHHHBHHHRHIHlJiHHHHIHHB3 $&? ' ' f"'.: f " -- "i2 I " --$?-',- - -" IBMHWBeaaJ.'lllll-UIBWB .BlBB'WSgBWBg!(SSBB3BIBHBMMWWaCTffLM.PillWBlltxiJ ' ima iwhl ifc i jm i. i,l macwa ,B-;-"yw rj,w"-i- "a'rW. JT"1"" "" i5-'' T'ifv- "TJW t1" ".'F(--ft-rw;"- w" '-l ' """ fl'gMflwwJf I Is u I i. f I i t F I t W Page Twa ! i .-- I..I-HI . THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 1'ublUbml ererjr rreniDr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning- by The Mlitonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Bulldlnp. Downstairs Phones: Business Kj; News 24. Entered as the postoffiee, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mail In Boone County: Year, $3.00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 May 1917

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1917. k K SPORT Representatives of Tigerdom reign ed supreme in the athletic activities of the Missouri Valley Conference last Saturday. It was an all-victorious y for the old Gold and Black. Bob Simpson and his teammates establish ed an unquestionable superiority in the track festivities at Ames by win nine the meet. In the Valley Tennis Tournament Warner and Newell, Tiger racketeers, imaded Manhattan and walked away with the tennis championship. Then just to make it known that it was Missouri day, G. L. Drewer, director of athletics, defeat ed the athletic directors of other Val ley schools in the annual golf tour nament among the athletic directors. Track Team Ends Victorious Seaon: By taking the Missouri Valley Con ference meet at Ames Saturday Tvith a total of 57 points, a margin of 22 1-2 points over the nearest competi tor. Coach Schulte's Tiger track team closed an all-victorious season and clinched its permanent title to the lar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 May 1917

STg "., er- T i If- m h - I? r I PageFftir THE DAILY MI9S0UBIAN, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1917. National Llrestock Market NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. EAST ST. LOUIS, III., May 2S, 1917. The linstock market for today was as follows: Cattle receipts 700 Including V.JOO Texans. Market steady. Native beef steers, J7.50g$13.50. Yearlinc steers and heifers, $S.M$1j 00. Cows, SO 00 eSll.OO. Stackers and feeders, $6 00$10.00. Calves, S6.OOSS14.50. Texas steers. S350$9 50. cos, sa00su.2r. IIos rtK-olpt S.500. Market ." cents higher. Mixed and butchers. S13.G0SS10 15. Cood and heavy, lG.10S$lC.ir. Koush, $1."008$133.".. I.ldht. S15.C3S15.90. l'lss. $10.O0Q$14.3O. ituik, $13 c."sic.03. Sheep receipts C,000. Market teady to .tronRer. Yearlincs. $13.00$1G.90. Hwes. S11.15$1503. Clipped ewes. S9.50SH.00. Canner, SG.00S8.00. Spring lambs, S15.00S20.00. Cllpied iambi, S14.U0$17.O0. FRUIT JARS Strawberries will be ready for preserving next week. Tin cans are very high this year. Glassfruit jars are more ec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 May 1917

t' i, air H'ffiffl fc 1- jr-vf THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, iMISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1917. NUMBER 229 "4 'if N. " U-BOAT TORPEDOES HOSPITAL STEIEfi British Ship, Dover Castle, Sunk in Mediterranean Six Perish. ITALIANS PUSH ON Southern Wing of Austrian Line Being Turned by General Cardona. By United Presa .LONDON. May 29. The hospital ship Dover Castle was sunk by a sub marine in the Mediterranean Sea last Sunday, the Admiralty announced this afternoon. Six persons are believed to have perished. The Dover Castle was formerly a liner of the same name. Its tonnage was 8,271. The mercantile cruiser Hilary has been submarined in the North Sea, it was announced tonight. Four of those on board were killed. Evidently the ship was a converted cruiser of the same name. Its tonnage was 6,329. Italians Closing in on Austrians. By United Press ItOME, May 29. The southern wing of the Austrian line was slowly being turned today under the tremendous leverage of General Cado...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 May 1917

,-.-.., , . s jrt-rterttfS-". V - mr8G&ttmg&8-''r v "? ?&?- if" ' 52! WilW'SWFHPl'fW ' i V I FiteTw THE DAILT MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY ETEXIXG, MAY 29, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN FublUhed evrry eTtninr (except Saturday nd Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mlatonrlan Association. Incorporat ed, Celumbla, Ho. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUICIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business 53; .Kens 274. Entered as the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail. Cltv: Year, $3.30; 3 months, $1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall in Boone County: Year, $3 00; G months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1.00; 3 mouths, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising representatives. Carpeuter-Scheerer Co.. Firth Atenue Building, New York; 1'eoples Uas Build ing, Chicago. WAR AND BUSINESS "Keep Business Going" and "Busi ness as Usual" are two slogans that popped up the minute there was some talk of war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 May 1917

f,iWf"-J ' "'" ' " "J'-tiW-WMWlJ uiMyw iijW . M.wmtWg' "s- ar . 5. ' r t - " JwsfV nr -, 1-; , -3r -r-- - IPPCUf wiMtW UMHlppyi 4LIJMlJKJHultJU1WWn'lr "?:y:gWBBBHMHWpw?!fiBWp 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAK, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1917. CLERGY URGE WOMEN T 0 SERVE RED CROSS V. V. Elwang Says They Make Bandages Cheaper Than Factories. COLLEGE GIRLS IX A PAGEANT A - CAN "DO THEIR BIT" C. C. Grimes Shows How Society's Work Can Low er Death Rate. "Whether the people are taxed to pay the expenses of factory manufactured supplies for wounded soldiers or vol unteer to give their money and serv ices to make these supplies under the direction of the National Red Cross Society, it all comes out of their pock ets in the end," says the Rev. W. W. Elwang. Contrary to the statement one some times hears that supplies for the Red Cross should be made in factories to save expense, Dr. Elwang says that the volunteer labor of those women who cannot give their services to work in a factory is cheaper than the...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 May 1917

(V- V T . , -? ' '' 'S' MW'Mtfiiutpgjpij)yM! iUPmMJMkJ"t'P.wK.JI-yr '- 4'.1-'-yg?w m'msKm HH!IIHHIHHHHIHHHHHHBBIHHMHHHHHHKn?9' v- BS I '- !f It P b THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY ETENINO, MAY 29, 1917, FRUIT JARS Strawberries will be ready for preserving next week. Tin cans are very high this year. Glassfruit jars are more economical and a much better container to use. Be patriotic and let the factories use tin where it is a necessity. The "Ideal" Fruit Jars are all glass no metal comes in contact with the contents. The wire clasp for sealing the lid makes it a pleasure to use. Let us show you. Three sizes pints, quarts and 2 quarts. W. B. Nowell Phone 74 Ninth and Walnut CHRISTIAN TO HOLD CLASS DAY Program Will Start With Procession by Girls Who Finish Work. Class Day exercises at Christian Col lege will start at 10:30 o'clock tomor row; morning, beginning with the ivy chain procession by those who finish their work this year. This wiU 'be fol lowed by the class song. The regular pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 May 1917

Siur. ?r'?, -hss"? taHyj1" Ktf " 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN ' NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1917. NUMBER 230 f "-'v" 'ytjnwg 'it RUSSIAN NOT VOTES TO END WAR QUICKLY Delegates from the Front Ask Consideration of All Pos sible Peace Measures. SUPPLIES ASKED FOR "No Forced Annexation and No Indemnities" the Ba sis Munitions Needed. ly 1'iilted Pre- PETROGRAD, May 30. Russian soldiers believe in "no forced annex ation and no indemnities," according to a resolution adopted todayby a congress of delegates from the front. The congress resolved unanimous ly "the army in the trenches is dis posed to consider every measure to end as quickly as possible this in ternational carnage and conclude peace without annexation and with out indemnities on the basis of the right of all nations to dispose of themselves." The resolution continuing pointed out that the conditions under which the Russian army has fought were infinitely worse than those of other Allies and declared th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 May 1917

innHHtKmaBH RWV?? -? bb - sKswf? fWiiPflIWl'i!l THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, TVEDXESDAT ETEXING, MAT 30, 1917. m&BtmsmmmmmmmmmaBimmmBmBmmsmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmnmmm KBPSt ; T VWfT' -r -;-i -ww-' r- icy-i J?lu7SnSB5Si!!ft,lHISP-'Tf 7 " rjJKtMl C Page Twa t - . . $ 6 I f If Ifc Is II 1 f t w- ir.. It' t, ? THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUhrd errry rTtnlng (rxcrpt Saturdajr and Hcnday) and Sunday mornlne by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, SIo. Address nil communications to THE DAILY MISSOUltlAX Columbia, Missouri. Office. Virginia IJuildins. Downstairs Piiones: Business 55; News 274. Kutercd as the postofflce, Columbia, .Mo, as second-class mail. City: Year, $3.50; 3 montus, ?1.00; montii. 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. Ity mall in IJoone County: Year, $3 00; V, montlis, $1.75; 3 months 90 cents. Outside of ISoone County: Year, $1.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Firth Avenue Itullding, New York; Peoples Gjs ISulId lii...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 May 1917

c - - --5rjrf?!Ffp t '-W-V,Tk- --- ' tip- ,a-y".-jyfiW5g-r59;,;pTTrniga j !,"; wii?By-gCTg"igfs VJHWfrgyv iJ,M'ysj-g?w?WIay":W3l T ROPHY I M MAN WTH B T GRADES Unknown Person Establishes Honor to Be Awarded M. U. Graduate. PLAQUE TO BE GIVEN University to Select First Re cipient from List of 23 Winners of Ms. When the registrar decides from the list of this year's M men gradu ates which of the list has the high est scholastic standing, a new and permanent institution in scholarship will be established in the University of Missouri. This is "how it happened": An anonymous donor has made it possi ble for a trophy to be given each year to the graduating M man who has made the best scholastic record during his term in the University. The trophy, which in fact is two tro phies, will consist primarily of a 22 by 14-inch plaque with an ebony background and bronze trimmings and will have in the center a large silver name-plate, on which each year the name of the winner of the honor for that...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 May 1917

THE DAILY MISSOUBUy, WEDNESDAY ETEXISQ, MAY 80, 1917. Page Fr I I PROBLEM IS TO IE YIELD OF F 00D V. L. Nelson Savs Commun ities Should "Establish Canning Factories. TWO NEAR FULTON James O. Robnett. Leo F. Hetzler, Mark B. Reilly, Gustav A. Ruether, Stuart Reeder, Clarence Lewis, Carl Coleman, Lewis Douglas, Clyde Nor- jman. James H. Griggs, John Careu- thers, Dudley H. White, Noel L. Nich ols, Ames B. Hulen, William O. Mann. Baylis G. McDaniels. John F. Woods, Jackson A. Daggs, Loran J. Schnabel, John Kite, Bennie Armstrong, Leon M. Ogier, Otis P. Vaughn, Murl P. Adamson, Jessie B. Elder, Roy P. Lum alt, Frank Skagg, John Roberts, Fred Knox, Mervin G. Ross, Burt F. Bundy. Methods and Information May Be Obtained from Extension Service. SOCIETY NOTES The attendants at the wedding ot "From all indications a high yield Miss Frances Dorsey and Prof. Robert or food products is expected, and our ' J. Kerner at S o'clock Thursday night next important problem is to take will be: Maid of ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 May 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURI AN J; NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1917. NUMBER 231 v V s BRIT CASUALTIES IN MAY ARE 1 1 4,1 1 8 This Number of Men Killed, Wounded or Missing, London Reports. HAIG'S FORCES QUIET With Poisonous Gases Ger mans Attack French, But Repulsed, Paris Says. ny I'nltcil 1'ress LONDON. May 31. British casual ties during the month of May today totaled 114.11S officers and men, billed, wounded and missing. British Lull l'uzzles Germans. I!r t'nl t ftl Press WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IX THE FIELD, May 31. Local attacks, raids, mutual bombardments, insist ent minor activities continued all day along the entire front, but there was portentious "quiet" in the strictly military sense. N'o masses of troops were in ac tion. A small British attack south of the Scarpe, staged early today, was a failure. The Germans were too wide-awake and the British attack was broken up. At 3:30 o'clock this morning British guns began an act ive bombardment of the Hindenbur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 May 1917

)(HIHP!P? -agpgpsg 5--s- - " -T 'i - 3f r -tr-'' r ; ,?P V""" T!TW"rSSJJ''"-""T "-aBTsfW?fTFvww''ii tg- y-- 2- ' I Bff'BHfffWHWHIIM ii imiii iiiBimiiBiiii THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ubllfctird rvery evrnlnr (rxrrpt Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday rooming- by The MIonrIn Association. Incorporat ed, Columbia, Bio. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Bulldlnjr, Downstairs Phones: llusincss 53; News -4. Eutered as the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. Ily mall In Boone Couuty: Year, ?3 00; C months, $1.75; 3 mouths, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1.00; 3 mouths, $1.20; month, 40 xuts- "National Advertising KepresentatWes, Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. rirth Avenue Buildins. 'ew York; Peoples (.as Bulld Iub, Chicago. "SLACKEK!" From the need of a word to describe the man who knowingly refused to aid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 May 1917

r-p "gffgV ,''A1'jjLW4 ' ' ' "y--y m .ly.. ijj i ,, ayygppi yu '- -UM " w Jg lj" w-1 ""J a 'y .iyu. v JgHg! 1 4 T J". -5T" - " V' 'WkTVW1 - r e r1"' " --''jt' .-r--'f y ' THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, THURS DAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1917. Faf Tfcn iiW-tfe'Wu.i i'!?-yn Ja ; CITY AND CAMPUS Herbert W. Smith, instructor in the School of Journalism, and Mrs. L. J. Pelp, his mother-in-law, went to St. Louis today to visit for a few days. John Hannah of Odessa returned to his home today after attending the commencement exercises at Stephens College. Vr c. H. Winkelmeyer of Salisbury returned to his home today. He was here for the graduation of his sister at Stephens College. Mrs. A. P. Mullinax returned to her home at Princeton today, accom panied by her son, Orr Mullinar, a student in the Unirersity who has been confined to Parker Memorial Hospital for the last month, her daughter. Miss Lucy Mullinax, and Miss Alley Lindsey. Captain E. E. Major went to Cen tralia and Mexico today in the inter ests of...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 May 1917

"r- f-SSStSwMj PfHMHHHIHfl P . . -t -s4SSv - ipv-'3aS'--.v"t!!' PC Fmt THE DAILY JIISSOURIAX, THURSDAY EVEXIXG, 3IAY 31, 191". ii.jUKiiiaWLU W?,3OT"?rlps!r .7 f . EDUCATON IS DEidTIC PR E J. H. Coursault at Stephens Commencement Urges Training for Service. 67 RECEIVE DEGREES Scholarship Honors Won by Misses Eula Bathgate and Laura Foster. for the highest development in mu sical studies during the year, was awarded to Miss Eula Bathgate of Hamilton, Mo. The Stephens Ring, awarded by the Eta Upsilon Gamma sorority of the college to the student having the highest literary standing, was presented to Miss Laura Foster of Bartlesville, Okla. The detailed program of the com mencement follows: College Song: "Landamus Te" Music by Kathalene Baker; words by C. A. Cannon. Prayer: The Rev. G. V. Hatcher? Solo: "The Birthday" (It. II. Woodman) Vera Carey. Address: J. H. Coursault, Ph.D. Piano Solos: "Romance" (Hinton); "Danse Xegre" (Cyril Scott) Hallie Copeland. Conferring of Degrees: President...

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