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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

'Jr$t UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1910. NUMBER 180. MUMS FATE IN THE JURY'S S Verdict Favoring Cabinet Member is Expected in Washington. APPLAUDED ARGUMENTS Many Enthusiastic Women in the Room -The Talk of Rrandeis. By T ni ted Press: WASIIIXOTOX. 1). C.-May US. The cast' (if Clifford I'inchot and Clavis ver sus Secretary Ballinger was given lo today to the congressional jury, which is expected to return a verdict favor ing Ballinger. The committee today listened iO the arguments ot counsel on both sides. Attorney Vertrees siioko for Ballinger and Attorney Hrandeis for Glavis. Vertrees in his argument supported his conteutioii thai a "conspiracy existed to remove Ballinger." Hrandeis clung to the facts as pre sented in the evidence, characteriz ing Ballinger as one who represented the interests. The applause at the dose of the arguments lasted live minutes. Many enthusiastic women were in the crowd. Chairman Xel son ot th committee thanked t...

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 May 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Joarcilitni U the Boirenltr of MImostJ. J.I.Rnrzti Hjlkxt x. Kikivci fwu E. Camworr... J f.WUUXK! .'. Minxzint Editor. Bciin9 Macazer. ....AtlTtrtiiir.e Miujtf. Circulation Manz;rrr. DHIVXKEITY MKSOUfclAN ASaOCIATIO.V (Inc.! . . S-tszr B. HiDisca. PrIient. ' SotDOX Fuhee. gecretnrr. T. W. Cooks. Trtrorer. J, B. fOWEi. J. E. Pea&o.v. X. ft, CziUNttS. K. F. LBWETT. J. C IJortxKJ. c. A. HiETir. r' ktPPlCK: 1- SOKTH EKHTH STREKT TELEPHONE ", Mstrnvi M lh PonoSce at Columbia. Mo., ai ucou-l-tlxu mall canr. BUE3CE1PTIOX PRICK. OnTirUUj to Ad?w. B j Mill or Carrier. 52.00 PER YEAR. XDVXETMEta EJLTE3 ON APPLICATION. &4dnu all communication! to raivxRerrr hj&jocriak. Columbia. Mo. THE HONORED DEAD One day out of every year is set aside in many of the cities of the United States when patriotic citizens assemble and pay their respects to those of the armies of the North and tjhe South who fought and died to ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THRE Tandy Hardware Furniture Co. i Or - ifelfiraiA. .' S I Uss?S!v. vv$ r"' lili! and t & -jfeitf!. HSrfy UrMr! Athens' Hotel Bld'g. Don't Forget the Location. On account of the recent fire we have changed our location and request all our old friends and p trons to drop in and see us. We are quoting exceptionally low prices on Furniture. PENINSULAR RANGES $28.00 and upward. Lawn Mowers, Washing Machines, Screens, and Screen doors. Rugs, Window Curtains and Queensware. The Automatic system of circulation keeps the Food pure and whole some for the longest I possible period andpre vents the mixing of food flavors. I i i in n. mjmr m 11 m H fi II L. A Complete line of Furni ture on Second floor. ' """" a tr 3 t i i i m j You would not go back to candles! ome in an d let us show ste OTL'S you. 31 $1 .Vl'. y-& 'The Durham Duplex Safety Razor is the only Safety razor that can be used as the old style. You should see it. grjy.av!;.ji...

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 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY. MAY 29. 1950. PREFERRED M. U. TO AMES PAGE FOUR DIAMONDS FINE WHITE and PERFECT GEMS From $10.00 to $400. HENNINGER'S JEWELRY 813 BROADWAY. Roy Florea, Living on Stats Border. Chose Missouri, Net Iowa. Suppose you lived in a farm house on ihe south side of a road separating Missouri and Iowa. Then imagine your father voting in Missouri, but get ting his mail from a town nearby in Iowa. Also imagine him paying county taxes on sixty acres of land In Worth county, Missouri. 100 acres across th road in Ringold county. Iowa, and eighty acres neit to that in Tayior county, Iowa. Then suppose you have cono to a country schcdl in Missouri. a high school in Iowa, and a normal school in Missouri. Now tha: your status is fixed, try to answer th' following question: "Shall I so to the Ames (Iowa) Agricul'iira! College, or the College of Awuulrur. of the University of Missouri? You have written to the leading farm au thorities in 'Washington. I). C. and other center...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1910. UNIVLRSITY, MISSOURIAN PAGE FIVE HAS The Senior Insitation author ized by the Senior Class. They are not last year's "worked over," but NEW and properly engraved. We will pay cash, or exchange any merchandise in the store for Usable Second Hand Books. The most desirable commence ment gift yet is a Bronze Seal of the University, elegant weath ered oak mounting. LA gsrcrax Your Own Store and i LAWN MOWERS' Have that lawn mower sharpened. Why do you use that file when you can have them sharpened by an emery machine in first class order at ----- - PATTON & NICHOLS No. 7, n. s, street. LOT SALE EXTRAORDINARY! ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE lsl, I will soil absolutely without resent- or u-bid 3U largo and beau-I tiful building lots in beautiful I'wood. A niiiiibcr'of those lots are the be.st in the addition and v. ill be .-old (o people who expect to build good home:;, while a number of them will be cheaper lots for smaller homes. The fact that 2S good people built homes in ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

1 PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1910. r Dress Footwear Our Spring Dress Shoes are correct by "ever' edict of good form. They are classy productions of Makers with a reputation. $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 to $6.00 Pumps Handsome, new Pumps in Patent Kids, the Swellest of all Swell Shoe Models The limit of good taste in Full Dress Shoes for Men. $3.50, $4.00 to $5.00 JUW H0CKADAY PLACE LOT SALE! At public auction, May 30, at 2 o'clock we propose to sell for the high dollar, 18 choice lots, 50 by 140 feet of the east part of the Hockaday place, all south fronts, and in the heart of the best section of Columbia. Located in the heart of the best sec tion of Columbia near College avenue . and the state grounds, these lots are the best located lots for beautiful homes now to be found in Columbia. Terms 1-5 cash, 1-5 in 12mthsand 3-5 in 1 8 months at 6 per cent inter est. BATTERTON & PEMBERT0N. SCHWABE BROS, Aucts. WENTWORTH MILITARY ACADEMY 43 Miles from Kansas City. Oldest, ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

SUNDAY. MAY 29, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE SEVEN I ffillxmu ForYoungWemen O'mpen nt TtK ernmciit: Complete hfn.iiniient:Arti u ! its with .Missouri Li)icrity;FulI I.it erirv V-irse: cl- iitirtcl.Tib(rntorit"?; i injsicni uunnre; ' KxprovRion: A rt; If'ttii stic Scl.icc; i Voire; 1'iatift: IJusi iif s-t Con ri : SJierb IhmtiL' If ail; Largo 11 rrrutlun Rxn:; 1 Sanitarmn; Ample ('atii(it Ten in s; HihL. Hnskrt Units Ksocitiimally Healthful Location. J. B. Jonos, Pros Fulton, Mo. s00 One SS00 Hundred DoBSars M T" ..,-. f, , fllllltll Tiy1rT vnn IT-T. my " nin'ij uvwm, iuuui, iiiiij ImkiVs and stationery hi tlielJusiiicss, Shorthand or Combined Course at Barnes Business College 911 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo., for a term of three months. Xo summer .ication. Kilter any time. A -itii ili'in nruml for evnrv compe tent pupil, l or iree ratjiop, aililrcss J. K. ANDi:usON', Principal. The American School of Osteopathy . KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu ates and College Trained...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 May 1910

PAGE EIGHT UNIVERSITY MJSSOURIAN SUNDAY, MAY 29. i9la'"t .ii u. . ma I T TAR t V j? . ..ff N T VJ Are You Supplied? Of course you want one The folks at home would enjoy one and "she" would be delighted with the M. U. year book. fJ THE s I ii V5 O! istn A,I a sL.v f 1 -y T" I: kJ iiine rnce is J. k. 4" It may be too falfsrl fj S. .a vours i T .l tf mor row, Xl m i ! Tjf H LJl L a Ik J W -fiZS? 9 WILL BE AT THE MISSOURI STORE inri u 10 s as it n a y U &. a s m Kg to pay CASH for your Second Hand Text Books. Largest and Best Showinp ne State of New, TO 11 JL to o a dversrty Souvenir inal s f oods. cores o suggest at every turn, ore THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY. miJ- ijh.ii i in, ra I D P T O Tl j S r .1KJ V IV M b O mo s& o u G ion St m

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910. NUMBER 181. I f m E Captain S. A. Smoke Will Try To (let City Interested in Undertaking. WOULD HAVE FIREWORKS Part of Expenses Could Be Paid from Proceeds of Transfer Companies. Columbia ami other towns in Boone coiint ivi unite in a good old-fashioned !!. (.ration at the fair grounds here on the Fourth of July. And it will bf a sane Fourth without can non era. rs, toy cannons or other explosive 'bat in years past have shattered lhe nerves and fingers. It is tin- plan of Captain S. A. Smoke, of Company ; of the National Cuards, to interest the city council and the Commercial Club in a big Fourth of Jul) punic. He suggests that hi.- compan be allowed to take charge of the ci-b'Iiiation and that the patriotic citizens of I tonne county be invited here to spend the day. He plans also to have .uhletic contests, horse-racing, good things to eat. a balloon ascen sion and perhaps an air-ship or an aeroplane exhibit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 May 1910

page two 7i?jcii?r.?rar UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN MONDAY. MAY 30. 1910. i : TZ IN MEMORY OF THE NATION'S DEAD Journalism. tte UnivtriUj ot Hiasoun J.B.Powsxl Hiir.t g. Ria:Gt ioarrTE. Csisrorr. . . JOKI ?WlLLLUU Manjixinr Editor Business SSinmr. .Adverasisr Macagrr. . mmTJBTTY JLLESOUEIA.S tine EAtT.E- BiDJG. PlEildtal. Ooxxox Fishie. Secretary. y. tV. Coott. Treasurer. J. B: Fosrux. J. E. Pussoy. X. B. CanLDES, K. K. L tea err. ;. r. Wm.-i.uu. C. A. HxiVEY. OFFICE.' I? -VOKTH EIGHTH TIO;ET TELEPHONE i Entered at tie PonoEee at Co'.umbu. Ko.u tecosci-claii ai! :,:ter. BCBSCKIFTION PPJCE. HsTAilaalr ia Adrtoee. B7 Mail cr Carrier. $2:00 PER YEAR. ADYSBTIBEr HATES ON APPLICATION. &ddfu 11 eommcaicaliGn to UKIVEKSITY MImOL'P.IAK. ColoxzbU. Mo. - SUPPORT THE MILL-TAX The proposed method of. supporting the University of Missouri by a mill tax of three cents on the one hundred dollars valuation of property in the Htato is a simple one. It makes pro vision for a permanent and satisfact ory...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 May 1910

MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE rf " fir I en The Co-Op WILL- Pay cash, or will exchange any merchandise in the house, for Usable Second Hand Books. The cash price is 40 per cent of List. COMMENCEMENT SUGGESTIONS The Official Invitations. A Bronze Seal of the University. A Watch Fob. The Latest Design for Spoons. TAKE HOME WITH YOU A Missouri 'Pennant (All sizes) Suitcase Pennants, 2pf 5 cents. Souvenir Book of University Views 25 cents, formerly $1 .25 BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS Pencils Chocolate Grade Envelopes Blue Print Paper HMM98CT lhe Your Own Store and Post-Office Substation. mmm- :iza MftiaMHfi . d -3S . 1? - I. XW'Ijji - Copyrisht I'jW. by C K Zimmerman Co. No. 3 So you will surely need some new things. Maybe a RUG or perhaps a new piece of Fu rn it u re Whatever you need come to our store, look around our splendid stock and we will guarantee. you will find some thing that you want. . . . Parker Furniture Co. STUDENTS 111 SKELETONS THIS IS TO INTRODUCE THE,...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 May 1910

t PAGE FOLR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN MONDAY. MAY 2C 191(3. ?! OBERL'N MAY EAR NEGROES Equality For AH" Has Been Its Motto For Seventy-Five Years. , . r.i::.'N". O.. May 29. The ritu-i -i "Kquay for all. vrheih-j . r alack." may soon be erased News of Other Colleges n I We Want Your GROCERY TRADE. No t-c-jse i" -- s c- a-y ctc city is setter ec. pceo to ta'-e care c: your grcce-y "so's a-d fu"- sr. you v.if. pure v.n;isscr"e G'ocer es -.ran we are. Ve Lead T-e-r A" then it cents to cou'ttc-s t'eatneit. prcrpt de.i.e' es a-o !c. p-:ces. Journalism School at Indiaa. Th- bai.y Student" 01 Ind-ar.a I'nl-.-ersity il in the future fit- m.ir.- cuteheon of Oberlin Col-i3-?'1 and editd by the Depanm-m -he oldest coik-gf? in the"f -Journalism. .- a result of a quiet cam-! -I '.r.isate every phase of so-j Astronomers Write for Papers. ".-y -Bbich has prevailed! Graduates 01 the University 01 Cui - uh:te and negro students ca? art- I-tittinc their astronomic ai ntitutian since ixs lounda- J knowid?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1910

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910. NUMBER 182. II CARRIERS TALK OF POfflUEFlCIT Speakers Show How Post office Forwards Interest Of all Departments. THEY INDORSE MILL-TAX Vice-1 'resident Says There Is Little Hope at Pres ent of Reforms. The letter carriers are about the licst class !' citizens in the country, according to the speakers at the ban quet given by the State Letter Car riers' association at the Powers hotel in Columbia last night. The annual convention of the association is being held in Columbia this week. "The carri is' position is the patent of ab solute integrity," is the tribune paid him by one of the speakers. William 1'. norland, of Kansas City, congressman from the fifth district of .Missouri, told of improvements which should be made in the service to be nefit the carriers. Should Not Be Called Deficit. "I do not see," said Mr. norland, "why the cost of the Postollice De partment should be called a deficit any more than t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1910

h PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY. MAY 31, 1910. UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN An ETenfnsDaUyby the Students in the School of Joura&lita nt the Hnivertitr of MUoeri. GOhlGN Fl'HEK. IIabkv . JtlWM.- . Manajriiic Editor ' N.-- Kdit'ir. ' UNIVERSITY XISaOL'RIAN ASSOCIATION I iImorpwi:.-l j Vaiohn Kriast. cretary. Feacis uTEwjiin. Trra-urer. A. IUEVEV J. F. WlUJAJl! HAktfv D. Gtv, J. ... May. '" ' J. E. Chas.n'off. OPFICE 1 NORTH EK.IITH STREET TELEPHONE A Entered at the Fostoffire at Colombia. Mo., rj ftcond-class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. 3nTkriblr in Advance. Br Mall or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATEs ON APPLICATION. Address all communication; to UNIVERSITY MI.-Jl"RIAN. Columbia. Mo. STUDENTS AND THE BIBLE The Bible is coining to have a place beside the rhetoric and the mathema tic book on the bookshelf of the Amer ican college student. Thin fact is only recent, but the earnestness and success which has followed the initial act bids fair to continue the practice. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1910

TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE RADCLIFFE TABOOS FRILLS rTfTyygffyxjyj ,. 1 WILL PAY- 0 or a Si vour usable Second Maud Books. Don't take less than 40l for they are worth it. Bring al! your usable books to The Store that first sold Second Hand Books at half list Price. Seniors Must Wear Simple Dress at Commencement. UOSTOX, -May :;i . There will lie no fi ills, no laces, no ruffles anil no fancy dress for liadclitte seniors sit com- lrentenient this year. So says th class committee. Above all, there w ill ho no peekaboo waists or openwork stockings. Here are the rules: 1. Long slaeves white shirt waists (as plain as possible). 2. Linen collar (plainly embroider ed). :;. Ties will be provided. A. Plain white skirt preferably linen, must be fairly lu-avy and not ruffled. There should be neither cm bioidery not a row of buttons on the front ol the skirt. :.. Skirt three inches from the ground. (i. (Jowii two inches above the skirt. 7. r.lack hat pins. Absolutely...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1910

PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910. We Want Your GROCERY TRADE. No house in this or any other city is better equipped to take care of your grocery trade and furnish you with pure wholesome Groceries ihan we are. We Lead Them All when it comes to courteous treatment, prompt deliveries and low prices. WEIR & SMITH Phone 179 1013 E. Broadway. DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Jfl-. nV.i-.f lmn.lnri 1 UI UCI I C3, HHJJiJl wOU J Rugs, etc. Works 5 13th St. and Park Ave!. Stores: 715 Locust Street t 722 North Taylor Street j We solicit your patronage j Correspondence urged ( LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. The American School of Osteopathy KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers lo High School Gradu ates and College Tiained Stu dents a first-class course in a pop ular and growing science. Wrile lo the Dean Jor a catalog. I i t ' I . $50.00 in Gold Given Away. T F you will attend the Stewart Weslwood Lot Sale next Wednesday, June I si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1910

imiVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. NUMBER 183. i ANYONE BR A Class in Experimental Psy chology, Alter Trial, Says It's Easy. ONE QUITS BITING UPS Many Students Successful in ;J0-day Test Under Dr. Pyle. Anyone can break a lialiit. All it takes is a desire to do so and a little work for :i few days. If you don't believe this ask any member of Trot. II. Pyle's class in experimental psychology. This class has been ex perimenting with habit-breaking since May l. Every member who attempted to break a habit was successful or al least partly so, according to Profes sor I'yie. Several young women broke themselves of various habits. One who had been biting her lower lip since she was a child has now done away with the habit. To break these invol untary habits the students were taught to think of some phrase such as, "I must not do that." One student cured himself of sit ting in a stooped position and another stopped the use of slang.' Ordinary habi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1, 191,0. 4 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An ETalnx Daily LV the Students in tlie School of JouraallJHrM the University cf Mincer:. GOMjOJ FlfHEK lUfcKY E. RlWNo- ... . Mana -)"::- EH:or .. ..S--Ed.t.ir- UNIVERSITY MISsOl'KIAX . ASSOCIATION i . ; . . t Incorporate!' Eaki.e I'mius. Ir Silent. Vjiijh' Kkyaxt .-wretarj-. l'EAc:i sTES-Airr. Treasurer. C. A. H.P.vj-r J. F. V:i.i.x- Harry D. Gcy. Jav& i. Mai. j , j J. E. CUA'SOTT -- .OFFICE: 2 XOKTU EIitHTH STREET . TELEPHONE V, SaUttd At the FtatoSce fct Columbia. Mo., ss keconii-cla c-aii matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. OnTArlAblj In Adrance. Br Mai! or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. SJSi: rTc Jj.iic Ifidress all coraincnication; to UNIVERSITY MI.-.-'Jl"P.lAN. i,:ucib!a. Mo. SOLICIT FOR THE MILL-TAX. The idea of sending solicitors out over the state to get signatures for :the mill-tax proposition is a good one. It is the only way in which some sections of the country can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1910

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE F THE BIGGEST THIS IS TO INTRODUCE THE DAIRY Chicago Professor Says That Is Why .Many Had Faith in Him. (INCORPORATED.) J. T. CONLEY, President. F. L. AUSTIN, Gen. Manager. Successors to Austin's jersey Dairy. IS AGAIN AT READERS ARE CARELESS cook DOLED wBESEEBBBESKttBBMKBESSirM-tMjy- n mtfnm;j inn i Wi ypyyj-p- -r- rrr-tmrr 7 p COULDMTREADWELL AUSTIN-CONLEY JERSE I ;- K cHi 25 oo off on all Missouri Pennants. 40 oo off on all Department Pennants. Fraternity Pennants at your own price. We show every Popular Design. Bring in your Usable Second Hand Books. We pay 4Qojo on the List, in cash. Don't take less. BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS: Blue Print Paper. Senior Invitations. Grade Envelopes. Chocolate and Sandwiches. Your Own Slore and Posioffice Substation. TIL So yon will surely need some new things. aybe a Poor Mathematics Is to Poor Reading He Says. Due vt&Rfa -'r-fi jT-fiv i-wS :ssi &&$) &vJxSi VjVgs&i-sSiiir . -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1910

PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. IT IS CAPTAIN STEELE NOW nn.imru.Miw.'i"1 - I i I i I II I I I I II '. 1 Distance Man Elected Captain of 1911 Track Team Last Night. Karl T. Steele was elected captain oi the It'll track team at a meetinc of th" "M" men at the home ot Dr. Y. J. Monilaw la?t nish:. The 'Ms" will "' i-:!k iallj awarded today or ti.inor vr. Tne men who wiii rec-ie them a-: H. i'. Farrell, G. C. Huton. i: (.'. nubin.-un, (.;. 1!. Shuck. K. M. Tip ion. C. H. Talbot. I.. A. Simpson. O. A. Hf-rsriE. L. T. Steele. J. C. Snyder. A. V. Huberts. F.. L. and K. 11. Andei--on. H. (.'. Stevens. J. S. Neal. and l'ter I'.ermond. St'-le is a junior in the Colb ze of ALiifMlt'.re. He hold- the Mi-snuri Valb-y 'onserence record in the 2-mile run. DON'T UP DIAZ the Big Pennant Sale at The Missouri Store. Ours are the only real Pennants in town. . . . . FINE WHITE and PERFECT f i E I VIONOS From $10.00 HENNINGER'S JEWELRY STORE - - S13 BROADWAY. - DIVORCE CARDS THE...

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