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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 September 1916

t-- "rT rwvys" i- "s-" VsjewSSSQ3 Jt t &" ' v2 V i1" L-K'T8rS3:l83KffiSMBMHBBH !J?lpiHW?K!FJ THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1916 NUMBER 10 5. "s'5sp5'rlpfc jrHf- "JretSjfJBiB ';Ji "5 I.-' "FOOTBALLPROSPECT IS G00Dn-SCHULTE Tiger Mentor Says Men Must Train Fast For Washington Game. 13 M MEN TO RETURN Veterans Are Already on Rol lins Field Getting in Condition. "Football prospects at Missouri look better than for years, but we can't say anything very definite about the team until the men show up for prac tice next Monday." These words sum up the impres sion of H. F. Schulte, who is to coach the Tigers this fall. Mr. Schulte ar rived in town last night and when seen by a Missourian reporter this morning it was difficult to get him to talk about anything but Simpson's wonderful performance at Newark last Saturday. He did give out a few things for football followers to think about, how ever. Here they are: "It all depends on the condition...

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. — 13 September 1916

sjmf& te W . H K i - . i ' ".HJfiPE ' 1.4- - . 3 f f f ; r ?. '. Kl & & MM " J' Page Tiro THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX. WIDXESPAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pobllibed crrrr ertnlng (except Satnrday mod 8nnd7) and Bandar momlnc by The Mlasoarlan Association, Incorporst ed, Columbia, Mo, Frank H. Klnr. rrraldrnt and Editor; A. G. Woman, I)ulnr Manngvr. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pbones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe pontofflce, Columbia, Mo., as secona-ciass man. SOLDIERS ARE FAST So Says Maurice Hicklin, Who Is. With Recruit- ing Squad. Year, $2.50; month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Booue County, year $3; month, 30 cents. Tbe Mlssourlan receives tbe dlspatcbes of tbe United I'ress Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. POPULAR INDIFFERENCE Great danger in Republican gov ernment results from the indiffer ence or negligence of the people. Such Indifferenc...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 13, 1916. Page Three- Phone 55 for Want Ad De partment or leave your ad at Missourian office in Virginia Building. ROOM AND BOARD Rooms and board for men, 722 Mo. Phono 1010 Green. G. 10-17. Room and board at 301 Waugh street. Rooms are for men. Phone 10C7 Re-J. A.-KM& Good board for students and busi ness people at $4.00 a week; also 4 good rooms for rent. Mrs. D. M. Burnham, 205 College. PI10119 J3y7 Red. B-tf. Ten good rooms for men one block from Agricultural Bldg. Board If de sired at $4 a week. 1207 Paquin. Phone 1143 White. B. 7-14 Six nicely furnished rooms for young ladies at 71C Missouri ave. Nice lo cation half a block from University. Meals at the house. MRS- G. R. GIB SOX. G. 7-15 Nicely furnished rooms for young men, with board if desired at $400 a week. 1314 Kciser Ave. and Phone 13S1 Green. 7-14. Four good room for men at G04 South 9th. Next door to Missouri store. Across from Academic Hall. Board for both men and women...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 September 1916

.asiireirnrmTramiin e- t -w-"3o tc -i,pif :", -a,w ;v?9 -. jBBWfStsfSKBtBBKKKtBSBBBSKKBKmSKKiSS l.8 Bt- r:T' 4 3M3IWIYS A GOOD 5hL"' SJBp Page Fenr , THE DAILY KISSOUEIAX,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1916. TOSIGHT AND THURSDAY MYRTLE STEDMAN IX THE AMERICAN BEAUTY" An American girl wins honor of be ing most beautiful woman in the world and through portrait finds long lost father. Also Burton Holmes Travelogue STUDENTS BROTHER ELOPES 10c and 15c ZIEGLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA 7:30 and 9:00 P. C. Stark, Brother of Unfreristj Mann Marries St Louis GIrL Paul C. Stark, a brother of Clay H. Stark, a student In the University, and Miss Theodosla Barnett, the daughter of a St. Louis architect, eloped Sunday afternoon and were married In Alton, 111. Mr. Stark is the son of the late C. N. Stark, president of the Stark Nurs eries, Louisiana, Mo. The wedding was announced to take place In sev eral months, and the relatives were not notified until after the marriage. They will make their home in Louisi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1916 NUMBER 11 MILITARY CAMP LIFE PLEASESPROFESSORS Plattsburg Idea of Training Citizens Agrees With Shepard and Stephens. DISCIPLINE IS STRICT TODAY'S BASEBALL RESULTS University Men Are Believers in Preparedness After Month's Experience. American League. Philadelphia 1, Cleveland 9. New York 4, Detroit 2. National League. Cardinals 5, Philadelphia 3. SIMPSON RETURNS TOMORROW With skin darkened by the rays ot the sun; with muscles flexible and hardened by military exercise and out door liie, and with bodies bruised and scratched by falls and tumbles while plying their way through thickets and brush during skirmishes, the two Co lumbia "rookies," Walter J. Shepard, professor of political science, and F. F. Stephens, assistant professor of American history in the University, arrived in their home city this morn ing from the government's citizen camp held at Plattsburg, X. Y. The camp lasted thirty days. Both ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

far ' f,. fe ?, ( tl FR 1 Page Tito THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1916. SPORT NEWS and COMMENT CLCB STANDING National Lcamr. Team. W. L. I'ct. Brooklyn 7S M il I'Mlidelpbla r ? Jew Vork CT C! 19 Pittsburg C3 a .-JjU Chicago C2 " St. Louis " .J Cincinnati 53 Sj -fH American Lrarue. Team. V. Iloston 7S Detroit hO Chicago Xe Vork 1 ht. Louis Waiiblngton Cleveland 1'hllaJelpbla (.S TO -30 X) U (T t7 00 l 101 I'ct. .578 .575 .505 Jii J51S Ml .504 S!4 Games Beblnd. 0 !4 10 ISM Games Itehlnd 0 0 IVi 714 8 10 arranged thus far, several others are in prospect and a full schedule will be completed. TODlVb GAMES. American luiue. Iloston at St, touts. New York at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Wjkblngton at Cblcago. National Lracur. St. Louis at I'bllailelpbia. Cincinnati at New York. I'lttsburg at Brooklyn. Chicago at Boston. Are Yon One of Those Who Yell, "Take Your Timer John K. Tener, president of the Na tional League, does not understand why. when a pitcher 13 getting hi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUIUAX. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 191C Page Three k: -3 ft Phone 53 for Want Ad De partment or leave ytour ad at Mlssourlan office in Virginia Building. ROOM AND BOARD Rooms and board for men, 722 Mo. Phone 1010 Green. G. 10-17. Room and board at 301 Waugh street. Rooms are for men. Phone 10C7 Red. A.-Hi -IS. Good board for students and busi ness people at $4.00 a week; also 4 good rooms for rent. Mrs, D. M. Burnham, 205 College. Phone J3'j7 Red. B-tf. Ten good rooms for men one block from Agricultural Bldg. Board if de sired at $1 a week. 1207 Paquin. Phone 1143 White. B. 7-14 Six nicely furnished rooms lor young ladies at 71G Missouri ave. Nice lo cation half a block from University. Meals at the house. MRS- G. R. GIB SON. G. 7-13 Nicely furnished rooms for young men, with board if desired at $4 00 a week. 1314 Keiser Ae. and Phone 13S1 Green. 7-14. Rooms with or without board, we have three nice, well furnished rooms for six men, one block from. Academic Hall. 603 Sanf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

' t s t V. & W IE I. I H fe ml b HpT Kr Page Far K ST THE DAILY MISSOURIAN " - T- T0 C0VEXE FBmAT PI 'Jf I'nblltbtd trrrj nlnr (except Saturday I,. ' t and Sunday) and Sunday morning- by E-. , ."' The Miourlan Auoclatlon, Incorporat- ES.i' rd, Columbia. Ma. Frank II. Kln, W&-' i I'rnldent and Editor; A. O. Iflnman, Bu ' ' . liutlnea Manager. f . .' Address all communications to Kg ? Tun daily siissonniAN Hjjg& I Columbia, Missouri. THE DAILY mssnnRUy.-TlIURSPAY. SEPTEMBER , 1916. office: Virginia Hulldlns, Downstairs I'liones: Iiuslness, 05; Neni, 274. Kntered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, as second-class mall. Year $2.50: month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Koone County, year S3; mouth. JU UIS. Tbe Mlssourlan receives tbe dlspatcbes of tbe United i-ress Assuciauuus. Member, Audit Durcau of Circulations. MISSOURI YOUA'G MEX There is no need for the youth of the state to go outside her borders for employment which will bring fortune, fame and happiness. Mis souri ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

" "$fWWg-Fr ;"' ''"' " ' Hi" m ' THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THTJBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1916. A CHANCE FOR M. U. ENGINEERS Building, of Great System of Canals in China Offers Fascinating Work in Orient, Says Oscar E. Riley. An opportunity for fascinating em-, boats. History records that the t ploymcnt Is suggested to students in , man to achieve this end was the the School of Engineering of the Uni-, scoundrel Yang Ti. who ruled about verslty in a letter date! August 22, , C03 A. D.. and who cut the first chan !91G. from Oscar E. Riley, a graduate I nel for the Grand Canal of the School of Journalism, now with "About a jear ago a Chinese engi the Japan Advertiser. Tokyo. Japan, neer, Mr. Pan-fu, was employed to to Dean E. J. McCaustland of the survey the districts and report upon School of Engineering. The letter con- possible benefits. Pan-fu asserted that tains a us u.i.nc uy nocmey uii- uie prospective improvements would bcrt, correspondent at 1'eKing. regard ing the rc-opcning of the Gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1916

wm-4umwwwwi- m Pae Six XU DAILY MISSOURI!. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1916. CITY AND CAMPUS He will Miss Alice Fenton went to Fulton this morning to visit relatives. Mrs. T. D. Scudder has moved from 410 South Ninth street to 1115 Univer sity avenue. Mrs. W. H. Degg, who has been here on business, returned to Browns Sta tion this morning. C. It. Wilson of Liberty, Mo, who has ibeen visiting Dr. C A. Watson and family, left for his home this morn ing. Dr. C. E. Piper returned to Slater, .Mo, this morning after entering his daughter Julia Marie in Stephens '.Mrs. Ira Cook and children, 70C Fair view avenue, went to Browns Station this morning to vist Mrs. Cook's mother. Miss Hazel Whinrey of Muncie, ind , who has been the guest of Miss Pauline Bandy, HO" Rosemary lane. left for her home this morning. Dean E. J. McCaustland left for St. Louis this afternoon to talk before the monthly meeting of the Missouri Alumni Association. Professor Hedrick has returned from his visit to Boston where h...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916 NUMBER 12 COLUMBIA LAND WILL BE TESTER FOR OIL Local Business Men Form Temporary Organization to Develop Property. TO SINK TEST WELL Experts Contend That Oil- Contaming Ridge Runs Near This City. A county corporation, with s prob able capitalization of $10,000. though to develop the property, will be formed stiortly In Columbia to de velop the oil property in the north west portion of Columbia, If the tests now being conducted 'show enough percentage of oil to make its extrac tion a profitable commercial enter prise. A temporary organization was formed yesterday afternoon at a meeting of a number of real estate and business men in the directors room of the Boone County Trust Com pany. Each man present was assess ed $10 to defray the expense of sink ing the test well, the lawyers fees and to help in obtaining oil leases from the owners of the property. The test well now being sunk on the property of J. H. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 September 1916

MMBBBBBHBIMmMMBMiMWwartMMaiitiiiaBii SB V ' - i . 'i'' giSSjasiaasaimgMJUMuaaaaBia Mteawjwasa3BSfciM'uwiwi r"""""""""""ii"fl9f rEKn4!3v9fl99SMHHBHilRHHS9MEB;9jf?Tdf?' TSffBHSaKwSIKlBHSSvrfc trr lip " mg SB fif 1$ P t Vf r i W. H Page Two ' E' la Its opening issue, August 22, the j THE DAILY HISS00R1A5. FRIDAY, SEPTJXBEB 15, 1916. COLUMBIA BOYS EDIT ASTERISK, A NEWSPAPER Columbia has another newspaper, i cream when I go walking in the sun. Please tell me where I can find a hen that Is a layer of .cold cream." "The cold cream I refer to is a special kind and comes in bricks; therefore, you do not need a hen, you need a brick-layer." Says the editor: "Owing to the war and the Increased price of newspaper material the will be forced to advance Its price to three pins or a darning needle." CHKISTIA.V COLLEGE JiOTES In its opening issue, August 22, the announced that only one copy of each issue would be printed. The paper is published Just occasionally and its name Is the . The new journa...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 September 1916

1 '' "1.'-.U'!JA ,JHE .n.llLY MLSSOURIAX, - 'gnArt.jEgTE3tBEB 15, 1916. Sage Three i fsJ Phone f3 for Want Ad De partment or leave your ad at Mlssourian office in Virginia Building. BOOM AND BOAED Rooms and bsanl for men, 722 Mo. I'hono 1010 Green. G. 10-17. Room and board at 301 Waugh street. Rooms are for men. Phone tOC7 Re-J. Good board for students am! liasi ness people at $1.00 a t.ciK: also 4 good rooms for rent. Mrs. D. M. nurnham, 203 College. Phone 1317 Red. 3-tf. Ten good rooms for men one block from Agricultural Bldg. Board it de sired at $( a week. 1207 PaQuin. Phone 1143 White. B. 7-14 Six nicely furnished rooms lor young ladies at 716 Missouri ave. Nice lo cation half a block from University. Meals at the house MRS- G. R. GIB SON. G. 7-15 Nicely furnished rooms for young men. with board if dqsired at $100 a week. 1314 Keiser' Ave. and Phone 13S1 Green. "-U. Rooms with or without board, we hae three nice, well furnished rooms for six men, one block from Academic Hall. 6...

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. — 15 September 1916

rsggs.. vJkj1 THE DAIL1' JOSSttDEIAXi FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916. Page Feur I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PublUbtd tnrj ttenlng (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by Tlir Slluonrian Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo, Frank II. Kinr. Trraldent and Editor; A. G. Illnman, ISntlnrfcs Manager. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUMAN Columbia, Missouri. TO SHOW ROAD WORK AT FAIR Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Tnones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as seama-ciass man. Vear, $2.50; month, 23 cents; copy. 5 cents. Outxlilo of Itoone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. Tbe MIssourlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe United Press Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. .V. U. Engineering Experts Will De monstrate Xethods at Sedalla. At least three departments of the School lot Engineering will have ex hibits at the State Fair at Sedalla, September 23 to 30. A road exhibit, showing actual samples of road con struction, wil...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 September 1916

THE DAILY JUSSOPBIA' FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916. CITY AND CAMPUS F. B. Faris, 300 McBaine avenue, went to St. Louis on business this morning. Mrs. Stella Grimes returned to Paris. Mo., this morning after placing bcr daughter, Grace, In Christian Col lege. Mrs. James V. Gunn returned to her home In HIgglnsville. Mo., today after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jes sie AnJerson of Oakland. C. M. Pane, 1101 University avenue, went to Centralia this morning on business. Mrs W H. George of Oak Grove. Mo., returned home this morning after accompanying her daughter. Opal, SVe has been play super a chautauqua circuit this to Christian College. Mrs. Gussie IJndscy returned to her i Mo home in Princeton. Mo., this morning ! visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. If. Brown, HOC Panuln avenue. morning, visor on summer. Mrs. Leah Zimmer of Perry, la., is visiting c. W. Stookey. Mrs. o. D. Meyers and children went to Centralia this morning to visit her father, J. L. Henry. B. F. Goslin of Hinton. Mo.,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 September 1916

PBfW SJaC, THE DAILY MISSOURIAX. FJlftuY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916, rate six W. T. 1TASEL SUCCEEDS BEXTLEY U. M. U. Graduate Jfow In Colorado Agricultural College. O. S. Rayner, who was graduated from the College of Agriculture in 1912, now assistant professor of agronomy at the Colorado Agricul tural College, Fort Collins, Colo., writes the Missouri Alumnus that W. T. Wasel, who was graduated from the College of Agriculture in 1915, has taken the place in the animal husbandry department at Colorado held last jcar by R. B. Bentley, an other graduate of the College of Agri culture. Professor Rayner writes that R. A. Duncan, Jr., who received the A. B. degree in 1913 and the A. M. in 1914, Is now instructor in chemistry in the Oregon Agricultural College at Cor-vallis. Says Allies Hare 30,000 Stolen Cars. By United Press. ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 15. Thirty thousand automobiles stolen in the United States during the last year have been unwittingly purchased by representatives of the Allies an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURI AN n V m NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1916 TEN PAGES NEW REGIME GREETS iimncp" ti Hazing Is Nov a Thing of the Past at University of Missouri. TO GIVE GLAD HAND Upperclassmcn Aid Fresh men During Registration Caps in Vogue. The 19 1C freshman at the Univer sity of Missouri will occupy an un wonted place in the student body be ginning with the new school year to morrow. When Academic Hall throws open its doors tomorrow morning the student president, Lue C. Lozler, and members of the student senate and student council will be in the lobby and corridors to help the newcomers through the intricacies of registration. The old order changeth. Lozier ex plained the new order to a Mlssourian reporter yesterday. He said the stu dent senate and student council will make an effort to have the letter and spirit of the resolution against hazing, adopted by the student body last year, observed in every detail. All forms of hazing and chi-chl-ing a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 September 1916

&&$&!! F?7-T - f. -ll Pare Tw THE DAILT SflSSOCRIAJT, SUNDAY MOBMSG, SEPTEMBER 17, 1916. V4fy.f I : t f r g p- At Christian College The opening convocation of Chris tian College took place Friday night in the college auditorium. The Rev. Madison A. Hart offered a prayer and was followed by President St. Clair Moss who made a brief talk and in- who f Mrs. J.H.Murray will take new pupils for the fall term, -beginning Sep tember 11th. Pupils graded according to Col lege course. 400 College Avenue Phone 1148 Green troduced the faculty members were on the musical program. Miss Marcia von Wllhelmj-Bailey of the piano department played waltz in E minor by Chopin and Perpetual Mo tion by MacDowell. Miss Dorothy Bartholf of the violin department gave Kujawiak, Souvenir by Drdla, Orien tal by Cui. Miss Mabelle Tennant, head of the voice department, sang two numbers. I. E. Norris, the new director of the Conservatory of Mu sic, closed the program with Ruben stein's Staccato Study i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 September 1916

'VVt- - ?" r"' z-rxvs THE DAILY MSSOUBIAN, SUNDAY MOBKIMG, SEPTEMBER 17, 1916. TO SHOW M. U. CATTLE AT FAIR College of Agriculture Will Enter Eight Pure Bred Steers at Sedalla. The College of Agriculture will show eight head of pure bred cattle, outside the dairy herd, at tho State Fair at Sedalla, September 23 to 30. These cattle will be of three breeds, Hereford, Aberdeen-Aingus and Gallo way, and a crossbreed Shorthorn Angus. A 2-year-old, a jearling and a calf steer, all Herefords; a yearling Gal loway steer; a cross-breed Shorthorn Angus calf, and the 2-year-old Short horn bull. College Knight, which is to be sold at the American Royal Short horn sale in Kansas City m October I 3, will be entered. In the past the Unlversi'r has been very successful in sho-v herds of beef cattle at the State Fair. The number of Unhersity cattle entered this year will not be large on account of a lack of funds and because of the high price of both cattle and feed. Unhersity of ficials say. The sp...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 September 1916

'5J !3r t?. ax,si5fjrvr-"is-- " TIIE DAILY 3IISS0URIAX, SUNDAY M0RX1XG, SEPTEMBER 17, HUB. Tae Fear 'o War for Les D'Arcy Mama Objects up his fighting contracts recently and W. KEPHABT LEAVES COLUMBLl Freshmen Letter 3fen Will Join Schulte's Squad. At least fifteen of the freshmen who made numerals last year will re port for the Varsity squad this week, but what their prospects for making the team are, it is almost impossible to say. Schulte and Brewer will make nothing but general statements, while the number of last year's letter .MELBOURNE, Australia, Sept. 16., acclaimed himself ready for the ranks, SPORT NEWS and COMMENT Les D'Arcy, the Australian middle weight fighter, conqueror of McGoor ty and Ciabby, won't go to war just but his mother put her foot down on C. S. Official Visited 3L U Is Wort Inp on Eradication of Crop Weeds. W. Kephart of the department of forage crop Investigation of the Unit ed States Department of Agriculture left yesterday after a two-day visit with Dr....

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