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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

ife m t 1 PAGEJOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN j Published every evening except Sunday by lie SlUsourian Publish ing Association Ine Jay IL Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSONJUanaceb SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash inadrance Year 400 6 months 100 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents Mail in Boone County Year 3O0 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outride the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 GOOD SIGNATURES AND BAD Recently a man received a notice from a local bank that be as overdrawn Knowing that be should have a rather large amount to his credit at the bank he called to invetigate It was discovered that because of the poor handwriting of another depositor with a name similar to lus and because of his own careless penmanship that several of their checks bad become mixed and therefore the error It is claime...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

m isr irs CHAMPIONSHIP Pclc Herman Wins Worlds Bantam-Weight Crown Sec ond Time Pete Herman ot New Orleans slapcd Knaliunal comeback last Monday night when he -won the judges decision over Joe Lynch of New York winning thirteen rounds of a fifteen round battle for the worlds bantam weight crown Herman is one of the few fighters to regain a lost championship Lynch hav ing wrAlcd the title from him by a judges decision in a flash scrap last winter Stanlc Kctchel and Jack Brit ton are the two other scrappers who have regained lot titles Kctchel after be ing knoclrd out bj Billy Papke -returned he favor in a later bout for the middleweight championship Jack Bntton regained his title from Ted Lew is for the welter weight crown Lynch is the third champion Herman has defeated within the last few months He Inocked out Jimmy Wilde English flyweight champion lat winter and only two necks ago he put Higgins the English bantam weight champion away in the elctcnth round Herman forced the fightin...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

HWWI 1UWH i -- - - - - Eli h i1 PACE SIX fy HALLSVILLE NEWS Thoe who were shopping in Central Mnnihtv momine from HaDsrille were Mr L Daocherty Mrs RothweH Tucker Mrs J R OKear Mrs Acy Elkin Mrs J T Hendrix Misi Jewell Nichols Mrs Caleb Roberts Miss Ida Strange Mrs Howard Danghertjr and Mr and Mrs Thurston HoUoway Beverly Chandler returned lo his work at Randolph Monday morning after spending a weefc in Ifallsville with his parents Mr and Mrs George Chandler Miss Lillian Nichols returned home from Columbia Sunday morning Alfred Hays of Linneus spent several dajs lat week with Benjamin Mitchell and his family at Hallsnlle Mr and Mrs Homer McKenrie of Co lumbia visited relatives here Sunday Mr C H Dysart spent several days in Columbia last week attending the Chautauqua Miss Mildred Morgenthalcr of Colum bia li uted her parent Mr and Mrs William Morgcnthaler Saturday and Sunday Mrs A J VCoods isited friends in CoKmbia lat week The Hallsville High School will begin August 16 Mr J L Pemb...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

b I- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR 5flOUSE MOTOR VEHICLE BILL IS BY SENATE w pNo Changes Are Made in Regis tration rees Several Im portant Amendments f Are Auopiea LICENSE RATES FIXED Highway Commission Granted Authority to Keep 1 rucks Off Roads Built for Light Traffic j lull Coneipatjenl Jirrrasoi City July 28 With only one dissenting vote the Senate passed the House Motor Vehicle bill at noon to iij No changes were made in the reg bunion fees of automobile and trucks hot several important amendments were itloDted The maximum gross weight of trucks vis Increased from 20000 to 28000 sounds The Highway Commission it as granted the authority to regulate the traffic on state roads J bis provision vH permit the commission to keep heavy trucks on roads which are built for light traffic Another amendment vras adopted which raied the salary of the superin tendent of the automobile department from 125000 to 28000 a jear Another amendment to tlte bill re quires every car t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm WltlWMi mmimmm -- 77- r TW rfp ill PACE TWO 1 tik fit I- I 1 If si II Ji 1 i m BANK REPORTS PURCHASING IS CONSERVATIVE Federal Reserve Institution Says Altitude Is More Evident in Country Due to Crops AUTO SALES DECREASE First Six Months of 1921 In f crease Over Correspond- ingPeriod ofl920 in Business Purchasing is being pursued with the utmost conservatism according In the report of the Federal Reserve BanV of St Louis concerning developments in general business during I lie past thirty days In the coantrv this attitude is more noticeable than in the larger cities due to uncertaint relative to the out come of crop A general tendencj to put olf buving things which are not absolutely neccs sarv lias been noted particularly in build ire operations the production and dis tnuution cf fuel purchasing of iron and Heel goods and oilier bulky materials The beat wave has promoted an ac tive movement of hot weather goods Calls upon retailers have been Tieav According to re...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

- In w yzrxt Miss Madolin Denton daughter of the liev J J Uenlon 1413 Bouchelle av enue will Ieac tomorrow for Blackburn where she will attend a house party giv en by Miss Virginia Loper Eight girls formerly of Stephens College who were classmates of Miss Denton will also at tend the party Mrs II B Lansdcn of Little Rock Art who has been the guest for sev eral weeks of her parents Mr and Mrs 1L R Walker 405 Mathews street -hill return to her home Sunday Mrs Lans dcn was before her marriage Miss Eli iaheth Walker Mrs C II L Becker of St Louis rived in Columbia jesterday to visit her other Mrs Jacob Sellinger 1303 Bass avenue Mrs Earl Harris formerly Miss Paul ine Bandy a student in the University who has been visiting her mother Mrs R M Bandy 1407 Rosemary lane re turned yesterday to her home in St Louis Mrs C B Ojer who has been visit ing relatives here left for her home in Buffalo N Y jesterday morning She was accompanied by her brother James Hendrix who will visit in the east for ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

1 PACE FOUR - - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every etcning except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Int Jay H Neff Hall Colombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Ma vaced SUBSCRIPTION RATES City is5 ina3yarice Year 100 6 months 260 3 months 31 00 By the week lo cents single copies 5 cents v By Mail in Boojic County Year 300 6 months 1J50 4 months sum Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cent Pajable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as cecond class mall matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising und Circulation 55 STRENGTH TO THE IMPULSE Columbians ho attended the chautau qua Tuesday afternoon will remember tlieLind or- poople Frank Church the lccturcriid he most feared It mas neither iSf forces who would destroy the edting form of the Ameri can government that he fears most it Mas Vt the reactionaries on one hand no- the radios on the other who pre sent the danger the speaker sees but the great mass of people who have in the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

Sail 3 i tl 3 i n I Phone 55 l S pace five In the 3M -of Spati CLERKS TAKE close mm Posloffice Team Stood at the Short End of 9 8 Score Twilight League Standings W Students 3 Soldiers x4 BjiiVers 1 Oris 2 PeMoffice 2 2 Barbers 1 Printer 0 WANTED TO BUY L Pet 0 1003 1 800 1 500 2 500 500 3 250 4- 000 Tlw Clerks took a hotl disputed six inning game from the Postoffice last night Tlie final wore stood 9 to 8 Because of a late start and an inning in vLcli both sides booted the ball all mer the lot Bateman umpire was forceil in call the game at the end of the sixth inning on account of darknes Tlie PustoBice with one run in lite lurch wM rather have played b the light J the Mars tlian let the lowly Clerks drub them hence the d spule ftoberls on the hill for the Clerks pitched an excellent brand of ball but received on the whole poor support from his teammates Wells on ttiC tMibng end for the Postoffice allowed tlie Uerks to hit at will and received cnl fair support from his club Elint of...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 July 1921

L k m Br re--- vimMS rsmmsmsBBriM v 2 asWSI IHHSaSEM SK 38BKKBBW5 r - 3 - - - f SHOPPING MADE - real pleasure Free Luncli and Transportation in Limousines for Customers Bv Marcaret Walter London bymail Arncrican busi jfL Jifs men are turning aside from their w Loudavini in London these days to in- f it vestigate a new plan department store managers hate adopted for getting out of town shoppers to take advantage of the summer sale One of these men savs nothing so tliorough has been done h the merchants in his or any other American city The pbn is worled as a joint scheme by the leading department stores of London Shoppers are rnet by cadged emplojees at whichever London termi nus station serves their district arid among the conveniences supplied free of charge ere limousine transportation between the station and the different stores lunch at any of the stores and a sightseting tour of London Women hung in places like Oxford Stratford on Avon Worcester Winches ter and Canterbury are t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

M Ill SENATE VOTES 250000 FOR A HOSPITALHERE General Conlingence Bill Pass ed Unanimously by Sen ate Appropriations Total 51575000 DECIDED THIS MORNING Six Amendments to House Bill Made Is Scheduled to Come Before House This Afternoon ff m SimII Cerretpcndent Jirrotsov Cm July 29 Carrying appropriations totaling approximately 1575000 the General Contingcnce bill hich authorizes 250000 for the con struction and equipment of a hospital building for the Medical School of the Unircrsit of Missouri was passed by tlie Senate this morning without a dis senting vote Six amendment to the House bill were nade by the Senate however and it will be necessary to send the bill to confer ence should the House refuse to concur in this amendment The bill as amended by the Senate was scheduled to come be fore the House this afternoon ROAD BILL STILL PENDING No Committee Report at 3 p m After AU Night Session By m St Corretpondnt Jhttbson City July 29 At 3 oclock this afternoon the joint conference com...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

f H Pv u I - r - - W 1 G- V ft PAGE TWO DELEGATES TO HAWAII WILE HAVE A LUAU Old Fashioned Native Feast of Indigenous Foods to Be Prepared for Press Congress NO FORKS TO BE USED Repast to Be Cooked and Served by Islanders in Manner of Barbaric An cestors Spend Tit JUiwMnM HoNotlTU Hawaii by mail- typical old fashioned Jnau or native Hawaiian fnst replete ith man deli caries unknown outside be inlands will be one of the features of the interesting program being prepared by the people of the territor for the entertainment of delegates to the Press Congress of the World here next October To the uninitiated the feast -will at first appear crude and perhaps bar baric but once lhcy hue tated the nide assortment of native foods cooked in genuine Hawaiian style and bare tested the deliriously appetizing flavor that onl the Hawaiian chefs know how to bring out they will all to os eager 1 as the kamaaina or old timers The Hawaiian chef does his cooking In a large hole in the ground This he li...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

JVjgws o Columbia Society if rJrui Baslclt and Mist Ruth rfli jocif fr editors mil appreciate -ft il oa t1 irlephone society items be JB v j to jL rrt m rpicii yea i -- i Ijiuti Mathews 603 S Fourth greet entertained 111111 a luncheon for 1 flln ine nuets Mm E P rhtns Miss Ea Johnston Miss Gertrude Jldurici Mrs John N Taylor Mrs N X Centry Mrs Rella Kirltbridc Mrs John PicUrd Mrs K II Gray Miss Tumr Guthrie Mrs R JI Emberson Mrs J C Ilabb Miss Minnie Brasbear Jlrs E W Crouch Ashley Gray F L Tdartin Ben M Anderson and C B Bowling Miss Muriel Lee and her brother Ben ton Lee of Kansas Gty who haic been pests of Miss Marjoric Thomas 103 lfart road for the last week left to day for their home They nil maVc the tnp in their car Miss Elizabeth Diion Miss Maiinc Alltn and Miss Helena Wrench were the guests this afternoon of Miss Eliza beth Walter Mr and Mrs T II Ran and win Jymond Mrs I II Peppart and Mr and Mrs A 1 Oibb of Kansas City are ike guests of Mrs Ida Crowley 824 JUnfe hnr They wi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

i fer it 1 m r w m PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by ihe 2Iisourian Publish ing -Association Ina Jay II Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Year SlOOr 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week 10 -cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Comity Year 300 6 months l 50 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 monllt 43 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation S3 THE TAX REDUCTION It is rtimateJ that the state revenue from direct taxes has been reduced ap proximate 1500000 a year as a result nf the tax reduction program recommend ed by Governor Arthur M Hjde and adopted b the Legislature this week Approval of this program has unques tionably been the most important legisla tion enacted during the special session which opened on June 14 primarily for the purpose...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

ES I ffl kHWMBnBPBBJiiimMk In the Field of Sport Bankers climb SlJEAGDELADDto Go lo Third Place by Winning from liarber Llub rive to Four Tiliglt League Standing W Students - 3 Soldiers 4 Bankers - au Tost ince 2 Barbers 1 Printers - - 0 Phone 55 FOR SALE L 0 1 2 1 2 2 4 Prt 1000 00 666 500 200 COO The Banters put themselves in third jdicc in the Twilight League lat night When they defeated the Barbers in a well fought game 5 to 4 The Bathers suffered severely when they lost the services of Brown first ta rnun who was hit by a thrown ball in the first of tlic fourth inning and was unable to resume his position in the fifth Roberts second baseman for the Batliers liad tagged a forced run bc tcen first and sreond for the third out and in turning threw the Jiafl to first hitting Brown who had already started off the diamond lush jn the right side of the bead He collapsed bijt walked elf the field a few moments later and as feeling somewhat better at the close cf the game Nickols on the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 July 1921

PAGE SIX ilLS BOYEAKiNS 2oJ5EACEmY iMiinrv Value of an Education Eeli mated by Mathematics Professor -I tun ff nr iair wnnM t j i f I fk h Lain- j in idiol wrnrditif Hi Dri Tfiendnnr ndiruit brad of tiler ocparttnem of matlienaticR in the Kansas State- Nor mal vhool i Ilrfe of Xrw YnrU It oa oml that 124100 perHina who Wf onli art elr nentary eaucailon re- erivrri mi enriv wage- of J6ST iwoiber aroon vtlio orenpird potmn -v liitb eriiieatlon reqmriiic rererv Lot SttMTO at v per cent The noHege graduate- recenes 3W iwar more than the high w Jioor man Bwfcirh trgiMfs in ralue an investment of Wfnfm at per cent The advantage f the eollege over the grade eJiooP man w 9B a year and hia potential cipital has oeen tnnraeji CVSUV -- TODittTS 5HRKEH ThK rpiimair of the iwraw vslne of Sheep receipt BOi marLrt teadv adiwation i ulm rrtrni Book Stn3to UVl Jimler Hi Mallnatlrv brj Urfa gjH gjjj Dortor IFe prer t m ihij d wtllHnelw t able of tiie arrrace inoom i jierwn who had left vhool at the o...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

IROAD MEASURE LIKELY TO BE PASSED TODAY Joint Conference Committee Reaches Compromise on Bill After Long Dispute DEADLOCKIS AVERTED Apportionment According to Construction Losls Is Agreed Upon by Conferees p tll Correspondent JtrrtnsoN Cm July 30 Passage of the 60000000 state road bill late today and adjournment sine die about mid night was predicted at 4 oclock this af ternoon when it became known that the joint conference road committee had finallv reached an agreement on the one section of the bill not decided upon yes- Icrdiy Shortl before 4 oclock the House adjourned until 5 oclock to re ceive the report of the committee at that lime and similar action was taken by the Senate Representative O B Whitaker one of the House conferees said that lie be lieved the compromise reached by the i committee on the apportionment of the road funds would meet with approval in both the House and Senate and this view was also expressed by other mem bers of the Legislature The compromise reached ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

c r v- f WW 1 - - - Sr Missouri j f Canada Married Men Bonus 4005600 Single Men Bonus S280 420 Salary 75 Month until on feet Loan of 7500 to would be Fanners - UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP 955 STAR TAXI HARRELLS TAILORS BOOCHES BILLIARD PARLOR DIMITR1 BROS houl Soldiers paid 40 per cent Higher Than Ours Salary 60 Month until on feel Loan 2500 to would be Farmers Bfind Soldiers rented home 2 cents month - United States 50 Bonus YE iiSv tr7 COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JULY 30 1921 Grant AUG 75S f - w Missouris Opportunity UNCLE SAM HAS DELAYED THE NATIONAL BONUS ITS CHANCES OF PASSING GROWS LESS DAY BY DAY BUT MISSOURI STILL HAS THE OPPORTUNITY OF RECOGNIZING AND REWARDING SERVICE AND SACRIFICE NATIONAL NEGLECT ISWSSOUIWS OPPORTUNITY What Other Countries Have Done Australia - r f fS5W ff fT -V K PACE TWO jsCM - - i - 1 - - b I Have You Forgotten I II j i -fit 1 tii I- i 1 Remember the welcome the boys got when they returned from over there We spokevOf them as having saved the world...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

Br IV S it I T53 Prof and Mrs Jee E Wrench will entertain the members of the Cosmopoli tan Club with a lawn supper at their home 1815 University avenue tomorrow night The members of the club will meet at Lowry Hall at 630 oclock and to in a bod to Professor Wrenchs About tent fie guests are expected The club is small this summer owing to the fact that man of the members are visiting other universities during the cummer months Misses Eulaha and Freda Pape of 603 West Broadwav arespending the week end with Mrs Palmer LeMaster at her home near Ashland The will return home sometime next week Fre dilation Lhanion Sapp John Ar thur Buchroeder Monroe Bateman Ed ward Sutton and J P Ees entertained with a swimming part at Christian Ifge last nigh for the following Miss Gladys Tandy Miss Mary Eans Miss Sarah Ann Wlieelcr of Chicago Miss Siemund Ballengcr Mits Martha Norris if Fayette and Mis Carolyn Cotton Mrs Itcbcrt Simpson or 605 Hilt street entertained with a miscellaneous shower Thursday...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

E sO - i e m i f SV m IJ I IP - jACEJfllJR THE GOLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published etery evening except Sunday by the Missonrian -Publishing Association Ino Jay H Ncff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance YcarMXK 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 SMALL TOWN STUFF The chargS of bigotrv is frequently made against the small town merchant Petty jealousies unfounded prejudices provincial ideas lack of vision class con sciousness and narrow mindnlness are all included in the indictment Sometimes the accusation is just but then it is the exception rather than the rule The progressiteness of the small town merchant ma be measured by the extent o...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

II l r JUlLJlMlIU Iiji In the Fkldof Sport TITLErBOUTS i NEXT MONTH fendlcr and Leonard Tight on the 12 Middle Weight Match 4 Days Later Fight fans will be ghen plenty of op ilunily to get the dope off their s ncit month nhen a worlds title It in the lightweight dniion and 3 tar title in me miunie wrignia are tin into the middle of the roped arena wninn lour iia8 01 eacn otner or the best man to near out In the firt collision Lew Tendler a huVy little fouth riaw fiRhlcr -will at frmrt to rest the lightweight decora tion from Benny Leonard one of the best ripht hand tockcrs that eer donned the flovrs in his dninon Tliq bout will be put on in Philadelphia on August 12 Both bojs arc training faithfully for the fraj Considerable friction has devel oped between the two contenders through the promotion of the bout and a battle rojal is assured In ttic middle weight battle Harry Greb a big two fisted 160 pounder will attempt to give Johnnie Wilson late middle weight champ another worms ee ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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