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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

m ul m Sii UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II HA1ICAP IEET ENDS F I Harton S A Smoke and Dr 1 A Gibson Are Leaders CONTINUOUS MEET ALSO ON Dean H H Shaw at Top Open Play Will Start This Week The winners ill the seliii tinals of Iniveivity golf links this afternoon were F I Marlon Iapt S A Smoke anil Dr 1 A Cibson apt S A Smoke won by default Prof Klliff being unable to play Mr Iarton won from I Kollins Jr with two up and Dr J A Cibson won from J McPlieetors Dr Cibson and Mr Mc Pheotors idayed an etra hole because of a tie on the last one Interest and enthusiasm in golf has been kept up tins summer through tournaments The handicap tourna ment has been going several weeks and will end next Saturday A con tinuous tournament has been on since the middle of June ami will continue throughout the summer Twenty Two Persons Started The tournaments are conducted un der the direction of the Columbia Coll club of which Dr Cibson is secretary In the handicap meet twenty two per sons started This af...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN mb conw bo done Aa XrroincDiUT hj th Stodents in the School of JawrcMitra the BalTenitT of Missouri SaBXT E RlBtNGi N iv Kditor WUVrKSETT IdSSOLKIAK ASSOCIATION Eielz tCAfurv Ire Went VnrwBv ISbvjint mary srEWAKT C A Hrtkt J WlLUAXj HiKET l Gcr May J E OFFICE 1A NORTH EIrllTH sTLEET TELEPHONE i at the Iostoffice at Columbia Mo u xond class mall issuer 8CBSCRITTIOV PRICE SsrariablT in AfivDee Bj Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By man per year 300 ADVKRTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Two firi aft r rdinir notice iadi frw thr are mM s3py AddrtM all eommnnlratlon tn OKIVERSITY MIfeOCRIAN Coucba Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY COLUMBIAS FILTHY STREETS A month or more ago Columbias council decided that the streets of the city should be swept and -wept regularly That was a wise derision and the University Missourian com mended it at the time Iut half the summer is gone and the streets are Btill unswept They in about as filthy edition as it is possi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

I I SUNDAY JULY 17 1910 EXTRA FOR SPECIA L ANNOUNCEMENT OF INTEREST TO CONTESTANTS Special Prize Offer Extended Another Week Read Carefully What We Have to Say Now Is Your Chance--Be Sure and Grasp It Offer Now Closes on Saturday July 23 Owiiij to tin fact thai so many new THK OFFICII riOTXDS TOO COOI TCV candidates have been nomiiinlcd in the iiihsoiirians Ureal Contest ami a jjrcat many of ihiiu have been handicapped liy mil having stttlicient lime to win a jivilry prize wc have decided to make the following liberal extension A HVKIKY PIIIZK FOR ICVKUY ONIC Tin special jewelry oiler which was scheduled to close loiuuhl will lie extended until Hi p in Saturday July S This positively will lie the last day it this special offer To each and every candidate who has not already received a jewelry prize who brings in the sum ot lnio in subscriptions new or renewal to the Missoiiriau we will jive one ol these handsome jewelry prizes You have your choice ol heautitul solid ild rings brooch...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

Jf PAGE FOUR REFRESHING DRINKS ROODS DAMAG E 1 The liin t mark ewr leached in Boone countv i n ck Hoods was icjis lereil jestia ami Imluj on Itoc Ij Fork re k then tin- water Horn tin hoav rainfall last wk svvipt the bottoms anil ioie about linn n lcc t above all previous marks u has been estimated that tlj lo- to tne farmers along its is scleral thou sand Much ol the wheat corn and oats anil minj f u in tho bottoms were washed avaj and where Hoc kj Fork readies Icnhe n the water etrndid ovei the bottoms irom bluff to lilnfr Where the bridge cros es the rred at Ilinton the water was to or thiee and feet aliow the grael road Fri day and at on time tho watir was above the bridge o lo s of budges has been reported although Home of the approaches have In en parti j wash ed out and the supports wakend The water was no - high in and Iirrhe iriek as the heaviest rainfall owr the iount but near the tributaries of Io k Fork it al most a ilouil bur it The p k was reported last night to be low...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

r SUNDAY JULY 17 1910 BASEBALL AS SH E IS pi V T MONTREA L Sporting Writer on Canadian Newspaper Has Own Stvlc ALMOST TELLS WHO WON Toronto Where the Curfew Rings Sweetly and Fight Pictures Tabooed The baseball vernacular in the Unit ed States has been commented on much Sporting writers on newspa pers in this country have been criti cised for their unintelligible protes cinnal slang The ieculiar style of BportinB writers is not confined to this country it seems In the Montreal Daily Star of Inly U appeared an account of a ball game between Montreal and Toronto In order that readers may not have to depend on the Star story for the result of the gaim it was Montreal 2 Toronto 0 The information was learned from the box score at the bot tom of the column This is the Stars account Oyez Oyez Come hearken to our tale wherein we would reveal the mighty doings of the athletes who presently don our white and purple and draw drachmae from the treasurer ol the purse twice each moon We met the t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 July 1910

PAGE SIX ill I oargam ttJT V lA2riV3 PEOPLE of Columbia know that when we ad vertise an article as a bargain it is a 1 T Here are some real live bar- i gains for Monday lions will iisiaiiy nearly one fifth o i ik more money than any trad 1 the citv s i ottir car driwrs After workers uho serve only Aimust 1 llie examinations wili he more iiidiiii oshipevopi waiters severe Tin- majority of Ihem earn from fin Of the ittn ot Xew Yorks 2ihhi hir ed chauffeurs win took the examina tions y strilay fully 1 per i em tailed There were men in yesterdays ex amination who could scarcely rend the ipioslions and who had to write their answers in iheir own miiiruc lYem h I short to a we U mostly tips A Car of Fancy Elbertn Texas Peaches We have due to arrive Tuosdav a HEATHERBLOOM PETTICOATS All of you know what these petticoats are In black brown green and purple Regular 350 values for 295 275 225 200 S165 VAISTS A beautiful line of Lingerie and Maruaritte blouse waists worth up to 225 Monday onlv...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 July 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II COMPANY G OFFICERS RETURN FROM CAMP Attended Two Weeks En campment on Kange at Nevada Mo FOUR HOUR DRILL DAILY Governor Reviewed Tronps Last Thursday Instruc ted by Army OfHcers Sixteen regular and non-commissioned officers of tho Columbia of National Guard returned yesterday from Ne vada Mo where they have been at tending a state encampment of offi cers of the national guard of Mis souri The party left July 3 and were in camp two weeks about five miles from Nevada near the state rille range there The time was spent in marching drilling and attending a school of in struction conducted by regular army officers Two days of the encampment were spent in target practice on the 200 300 and 500 ranges but no prizes or awards were made for records One day of the last week the soldiers en gaged in a sham battle going through all the maneuvers of a regular army In action The company from Col umbia went through the work of the advance guard preparing the way and...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An KrtnlnDll7 by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri Harm- E Hidings News Editor UNIVERSITY MISSODRIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporate Eaple Ieaisov IresMent Vavgiin Hiivant Si erutarr Fiusas STEWAirr Tnurcr C A Hakvey J K Wiu iams Hakkv V uy James U May J E CHUiSOFF OFFICE 18 NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELElHONE S3 Enured it the Postofllce at Columbia ilo at tecond clRSj mall matter SUBSCRIPTION lRICE rinTriably In Advance By Mall or Carrier By carrier pur year 400 By mall per year J300 ADVERTISING RATES OX APPLICATION Tiro3tirik iiftiT rrailiiiR notici s indi cate tliuy uru lialil ailvcrtisiiiE uhionLl 0 Addrasa all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY MORE ABOUT GOOD ROADS Perhaps it is a stock subject and one which can hardly be said to pre sent new features but this matter of goods roads for tho country and clean streets for the city needs to be kept continually before the peop...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 July 1910

i m i 1 I M MONDAY JULY 18 1910 FOR 9 CANDIDATES AND THEIR FRIENDS SHIJIILU ALWAYS AK Hffl VOTES When Making a Purchase at a Contest Store Be Sure and Ask for Voting Coupons Other wise Votes May Not Be Given There is one important fact con nected with Hie Missourian Contest yliieh wo wish to make perfectly plain to every candidate That is the mat ter of tlie way in which you secure coupons from the merchants who have joined with the Missourian in the great contest You must ask for them at the time the purchase is made When you make a purchase at any of the stores connected with the contest be sure and ask tor the voting coupons You may not receive them unless you ask for them lie sure and ask your friends for coupons every time they spend a dollar Do not overlook the fact that the special offer of jewelry is to ho ob tained by securing the sum of 51000 in subscriptions prior to Saturday July 23 I5o sure and turn in your ten dollars before that time and share in this large distributi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 July 1910

i PAGE SIX - Ween you set o to the benefit tonight and tomor row The Kings Daughters need your belli There will lie sneiiil lmmip When you think think of Fountain of IXSUKAXCE FIRST FAIR IN - MISSOURI COLUMBIA July 26 27 28 29 12000 in Premiums SIXiEEN RACES Plenty of attend rhadc and water Arrange to For cztaloj or rarliculars address E HATTON Secretary may be secured on Hardware any day in the year at PALMER LAUGHLINS Our stock consists of high grade Hardware and we sell at prices that will pay you to come many miles to buy of us rea il roads convention dy to i en i housand Iowa Farmers Turn Out With Teams for Great 60 Minute Job The greatest piece of road building the world ever witnessed was pulled ofi in Iowa last week when in the short fpate of one single hour a line the linest long distance roads in the entire West And not the least interesting thing instead of appointii j new commit- in each county tuough which the road would pass vcre appealed to The chairmen of fie conimit...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 July 1910

s 3 J I l N v1i V i 21 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II A FORMER CHRISTIAN Ml u LFGEGSRLDR Viola Senscnbrenner of St Louis Was Canoeing on Mcramcc River SISTER A STUDENT HERE With Escort Was Floating Down Stream Bodies Have Notlicen Found Joseph Garlichs attempt to put on one of his shoes while canoeing on the Jleraiuec Itiver near St Louis Sunday is believed to have caused the drown ing of him and Miss Viola Sensenbrcn ner whom he was escorting- One shoe was found yesterday in the boat in which the two were last seen It is thought he upset the craft while preparing to put on the shoe prepar atory to landing The bodies have not been found Miss Senscnbrenner was a student in Christian College in the HloS O ses sion Her sister Miss Edna Scnscn brenner who also was with the out ing party has been a student in the college the last two years The fol lowing is from todays St Louis Re public Miss Senscnbrenner is the daughter of John F Senscnbrenner president of the C K Hilts Shoe Company S...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An BrenlnsDillr bx the Students in the School of Journalism at the Hnireriitr of Missouri HiKhy E Ridings News Editor DNIYEESITY MISS0URIAX ASSOCIATION IiicorporaUil Earlk 1KiEsoy Irc iident Vaiciis Biivant Secretary Fbakcm Stewaut Treasurer C A Haivfv J F Williams Habbv 1 icy Jamks 0 May J E ClIAfcSUFF OFFICE 18 NORTH EHiHTII STREET TELEPHONE Hi Enured at the IostoSice at Columbia Mo second class mail matter BUBSCRHTION IKICE HnTarlablr In Advance By Mall or Carrltr By carrier per year 400 By mall per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION sifiw n ailliis notices indi cate llicy urj Kild ailviTti itis Ts Addrau all communication to UNIVERSITY MISsOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY NEW CAPITOL NEEDED There seems to lie no division of opinion on the snhject of a new capitol for Missouri The present structure has without question outlived its fit ness for its purpose Missouri lias made considerable progress in all ma terial lines 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. — 19 July 1910

i fUESDAY JULY 19 1910 mm H FOR OF JEWELRY OFFER MEETS HEARTY APPROVAL OE ALL Candidates Working Harder than Ever n R come Happy---Recipients of Lovely Jewelry JPk y missourian tor Un- ly 1000 in Subscriptions A Prize of Which Everyone May Feel Justly Proud I piece of Missourian jewelry in Wery home Such will be the case ail the contestants in the Missour is big contest continue to bring in Ascriptions until Saturday July 23 the rate they have been bringing n in since the offer was extended lurian contestants are working ably hard to get in the lo00 so at they will be the happy owners of 3e oi - pieces oi beautiful eirelry The jewelry is positively the tost special ofler ever given in a pop- jarity contest Every contestant who has seen one is iioing her bebt to be one of the own- as by Saturday July 23 when the fer closes Remember thai there is a competition in getting one of these prclry prizes TIIEliK IS OXK KOI1 JVERY CONTESTANT Wo are go- JjU to show everyone what a liberal Hpte...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 July 1910

PAGE FOUR FACTORIES WAMT TO CO TO T GOLUWBA Continued from Page 1 yesterday received an offer from the Moline Pump company of Moline 111 stating that if Columbia would give them the sites and the buildings for four shops the company would con sider Columbia The letter stated that the company had a stock of 100uim and that i0UO would be invested in Columbia if the proper bonus and buildings were granted The three propositions will be pre sented to several members of the Com mercial club today and tomorrow by the secretary of the club and after -some idea of the altitude of Columbia toward the offers of the different con cerns is gained the propositions will be answered and some action taken Mr Cauthorn said this morning that the propositions that a ked the least would be considered first as Colum bias generosity in giving bonuses was nearly exhausted lie suggested tnat what he considered the most any company should ask to be given them in a proposition similar to those he has receive...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 July 1910

Ml m UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II DEAIHERAGEF TIGERJMS EOOT In Automobile Accident nt Springfield He Received Serious Injuries WAS GRADUATED LAST JUNE Hiding After Dunce With Fraternity Brothers When Cars Collided SPUIXGITELD Mo July 20 The physicians say that young Deatherage will recover Only the fore part of the foot was taken off leaving the heel and ankle Late tonight the young man was con scious and resting Mr and Mrs 1 L Deatherage par ents of the boy are at the bedside of the young man Deatherage was graduated from the College of Arts and Science of the University of Missouri last lune He William N Deatherage was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity the Mystical Seven and the Mounds He played quarterback on the Varsity football team in 1107 and 19US and halfback and end last year He is the son of 1 L Deatherage president of the Deatherage Lumber company of Kansas City He is 22 years old Smallest Man on Football Team The Savitar the student annual of the University s...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An ZTt ciar Dally by the Stadews in the School o Joarntiiim at the VvixtrxiT cl Missouri Haeev E NV r EeJivr DSIYEEITY MISSOCKIAN ASSOOATJOS Incorporated i Eakle rtAit os Pr ir Vawhs Bryant Fjiancis silwaet Treasurer A Haevev J r Williams Hakey 1 Gcv C May J E CHASiOFF OFFICE 1- NORTH EIiHTH STREET TELEPHONE Knitted t the PostoOe at CoIittstU Mo as teCOBd aM call na Vr SUEHCRIJTION PRICE 3nT7iabr In Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mall per year S300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION r uL io Jte lltr an uM wl rti iis Iddrsu ell communication- to UNIVERSITY aissOURIAN Cotumbla Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY EDUCATION AND EDUCATION President H B Hutchins of the Uni versity of Michigan in addre -in the summer students told them that a university course is not worth while for one whose chief anxity is to avoid work The man who studies the an nouncement of his college simply to discover some snap and adjust his life to them said ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 July 1910

t l WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 PIGEONS THROUGH A STORM A 200 Mile Trip in Four Hours by Five Homing Birds The live homing pigeons returned yesterday to their trap Their trap belongs to Alexander T Connolly of 1 11 llardesty Avenue Mr Connolly sent live pigeons yesterday in charge ol Dr F II lliley a dentist in the Altinan Imilding who left last night on a hunting trip for Elk Springs Mo Tho birds carried messages in alumi num capsules attached to the leg of each bird The messages were about alj that was left because of the storms The battered birds made on an average fifty miles an hour The trip was about 2oS miles Mr Con nolly says the birds arc capable of making one hundred miles an hour As usual Itubc jr was the first bird in the tn The father ot ttubc was named fter Kube Waddell the baseball player Mr Waddell let the bird out of the basket on its first trip The trial was in San Francisco and Itube won the 100 mile cham pionship or the Pacific Coast Pitibe now is an old bird His flyi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 July 1910

PAGE FOUR HONOR FOR MICHIGAN GIRL Degree of Master of Arts Given to 17-Year-Old Student ANN ARBOR Mich The youngest person ever to take a master of arts degree from the University of Michi gan and it is thought the youngest to take that degree from any univer sity in the diked States is Miss Dor othea Jones from Harrishurg I a She was 17 years old when she took the graduate work and passed the exami nations though she had just passed her eighteenth birthday when she received her degree At Michigan students must be 1G years old when they enter the uni versity for regular work but when Miss Jones entered the university she bad whole years advance credit whiamfie brought from a college at Carlisle Pa She was able to enter the senior class at an age when the freshman can usually just get in for bis first years work Miss Jones is not a robust girl She looks as though several years on a farm would do wonders for her She has no brilliant coloring that should be the heritage of every girl a...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

P f i Tf UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II they come FAIR EDITION TALKED CONVENTIONS AT THURSDAY LUNCH The largest Thursday lunch yet giv en by the Columbia Commercial club was at noon today at the Leighton cafe Fifty six business men were present K W Stephens president of the club said the Thursday lunch of the club is an evidence that Col umbia is a first class city No one horse town can have such lunches as we are having he said Mr Stephens recalled the fact that forty nine years ago today the battle of Bull Run was fought He spoke of the celebration that was held in Columbia then F 1 -Miller said he heard the shots fired in the battle M M Stephens president of the North Missouri Central railroad and other officers of the road who were to have been at the meeting today will be here next Thursday according to the announcement made by the presi dent of the club Mr Stephens said he talked by tel ephone to officers of the Kansas City St Louis Electric railroad in Kansas City this morni...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN iZTnlnDl7br tha Students in the School of JoaroalUm at the Vnivenity of Missouri Habry kidisgs Editor TWrVXRSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIA1IOK Incorporato EiFiE Pearson IFOaMent Vaughn Bryant Francis Stewart Treasurer C A Harvey J K Williams IUkpy V Guy Janes G May J E Chasnoff OFFICE IS JJORTH EIGHTU STREET TELEPHONE S BnMrtt i the Postofflce at Columbia Mo as - econd elasi mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OcTtrUblr in Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By matlper year 5300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION i aftr r uling uuiivo inili ratejjttiriure ioll aijriTtiiisr Addreu all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN B0ONE COUNTY j LJ BOONE COUNTYS FAIR Nest Tuesday the Boone County Fair the initial meeting of the series in ilissouri will open in Columbia The fair will end Friday night Kveryboily knows what a county fair is and what its purpose and scope embrace The one which will open its gates here next Tuesd...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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