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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 November 1908

IfAft y.yr&BBBKWrBgE?gSffi s UKtVERSITY MISSOXIRIAN. L3t r 1 N 1 V'J mi VOLUME I. FOOTBALL EXTRA OUT 12 MINUTES AFTER THE GAME University Missourian Told, Play by Play, the Story of Tigers' Victory Over Washington Team. DES MOINES PICTURES ONE OF PUZZLES FOR READERS How Students in Journalism Accomplished Remarkable Result. Twelve minutes after the whistle Llew which ended the Missouri-Washington foothall game Saturday after noon, the University Missourian extras telling in detail the story of the game, with "sideline notes" and a descriptive narrative, were being sold to the crowd returning from Rollins Field. At 4:35 p. m. the game was over; in five minutes the "forms" were locked; at 4:47 the returning spectators were greeted "with a full description and account of the game they had just left. The exjtras made a hit everywhere. During the rest of the afternoon and evening more than COO were sold. Couldn't Believe It. As the first newsboys, their arms full of papers, dashed up...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 November 1908

J5iR IM III IIHfcMII Mlllll II II H"MrMMaTiT-'"T" """ TTff ""1lt'W '-"- mfSm 'r1fcJr!1 Mt7lAT-yItjjv."JwL-jpifcgiMMg at . fiKfiggrafttBiMMHi --pgsyrg-gg: s'vN!""!" r . sK5"?" ''JtRJrSr ""fT'f" '.t ??&; xiFpZIP11 f"r 'Tfv vmer- rH-'Sf- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1908. " :'P!f!: w K- & University Missourian r evening newspaper published at Columbia, Vj., ezerjr schoelJar by the Department of Journalism of the Uniiersitf 0 Missouri, Entered at the postotfice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUKSCKUTION-Imariably in Alliance: Ily Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. Business Office Room E. Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Ni'MbERs: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Ilusiness Omce. 711. Only .tpprortd Atlrrrtifhiy Accepted. Hale un Application. Address all comtnnniiations to University Missourian', Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY Nov. 1G. CALENDAR Nov. 19. Nov. 21. Nov. 2o. Dec. 4...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 November 1908

1 I 3 J i. 6. il tf I ft ii IS Jvl I 1 1 I 61 & n m & 8 I' &i jV -I i I a 21 Sl - 'J 'wTF' ' '' ' '''PWHMMBBrMBMriMd iilli 111 M 1 111 ii i r """' -""" -"liiiiirTifflWiAtffJiiMa- iiTiili' ,ajLUjaaM.M,JLTafciJ ll '-,j-., -jl,... l. .-...,... ..m . . ... . 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1908. J NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS P JL WA1IEM IS WABASH REFUSES KANSAS TROUNCES IPS! T EASY FOR TIGERS EXCURSION TO K. C. I TO NEBRASKA ELEVEN mST I IHIBHEMk. Forward Passes and Runs Around End Pile Up Score of 40 Points. TUBBY" GRAVES IN OLD FORM Brilliant Individual Play is Feature of Saturday's r Game. (Continued from First Page.) and r.luck attempted a field goal from the forty-fte-yard line which fell low. llodenberg kicked out to the center of the lielil from the twenty-five-yard line. A forward pass from Graves to Dri vr, gained twenty-five yards and Wilder gained another twenty-five on an end run. Driver carried the ball over the goal line, but it was brought teen yards fo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 November 1908

vPBPIlBaaaaaaB JF5ii ijpSggSgsSgiKSs22S aririrFa5 V fir m- I it r If KiW V IAL a F )! Musical Comedy Blooms Here Amid Applause of Packed House. NEW STAR IS AN IMPROVEMENT Chorus Pleasing, and Music is Tuneful Enough to Rememher. Kur the Mvninl time tin- "Flower f the K.uH-li" lilomtu-d nl tin- Columbia Thriller Sat unlay niglit. ami a "'-landing khiiii m!" si-iii le-lilied tint t' limil.i.in- like this p.titkiilar aiiwy if po-y. bi-t year it a Mabel ltarri-im ami .loo lliiwanl wh' -tailed ami the ta-t luu'k f (In-ill :i a littl.- st longer porlmp. bill .! 'ie Huston, who pl.ned llu- i:iit of Hnui-r. i- bolter adapted (o (In- ui( Hum u.i- Mal-1 Ikitii-xm. Kii-ilt-tii-k. Kiiigli.-. h pl.nod -lai-k l'niiiiiiii. (lii loading niali- part, wa- big :iiul good looking 11"1 I''"1 a ,:ur ,,'",M" loioe. -o (hat lii lart a- not di appointing. IMwiuil llunio. who pliiod Skiu-ii 1st t joiir. i- -till with the eotu jiany mill In- I'oim-ilx i- olio of the lu-M foatuio of (ho -hoxx. llo i- little am...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 November 1908

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. te i-k n "VOLUME I. BOAT EXCURSION TO I C. Fraternity Men Backing the Movement to Charter River Steamer. TO LEAVE M'BAINE TUESDAY Round Trip Fare for 300 Passengers Would Be $2.50 Each. Fraternity ini'ii of the University of Missouri are backing a plan to induce one of tin- steamboat eompanies of St. Louis to run a boat excursion on the Mi ouri river to the Thanksgiving Day loothall game at Kansas City. The proposition has been submitted to the Diamond Jo line, which operates steamboats letveen St. Louis and St. l'.iul; the Eagle Packet Company and the Kansas City Transportation and teainship Company, which owns the ".'luMer. Students who are ln-hind the plan are ready to guarantee $7.0 to the company running the excursion. This means that at least 300 round trip fares of $2.0 each would be nec-i-ssjry to insure the success of the plan. Rate May Be Cheaper. If more than 300 go, the rate prob ably would be reduced in proportion, though details of the plan have ...

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 November 1908

PpJ UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. W" 4 lift Laf" II t if M Unlversltg Missourian vt evening nezusfafer published at Columbia, Mo., every schooliiay by the Department of Journalism of the Uniiersity of Missouri. Entered at the postotfice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUliSCKIPTIOX-Intnrlably in AtHance: Ily Mail or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.35. Single Copies, Two Cents. Business Okhce Room E, Academic Hall, Universityoi Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleiho.ne Nimdeks: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 711. Only Approml Ailrrrtininy Aecrptrd. Itntrn on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. VIEWPOINTS (The Unlrersity Missourian lnrltea eootrl butlons. not to exceed 200 words, on matter! of UnlTerslty Interest. The name of ttjt writer should accompany snch letters. Dot will not be printed unleaa desired. The UnlTer slty Missonriin doea not expreaa approral aor disapproTal of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 November 1908

U3TCVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19U8. NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS We are Exclusive Agents in Columbia for lK- KANSAS STUDENTS CELEBRATE VICTOR! Not a Player Was Hurt in the Game at Lincoln Saturday. CONFIDENT OF BEATING IOWA 'But Missouri Hasn't Been Defeated Yet," Says Coach Kennedy. LAWREXCE, Kan., Nov. 17. The vic tory of Kansas over Nebraska was cele brated again Sunday. When the football special from Lin coln came in, every student that had remained in town was on hand to wel come Kennedy's victors. A big tallyho was waiting at the depot and into this the football warriors were bundled. The tallyho was drawn uptown by the cheer ing crowd. It is said that the student attendance at church was exceedingly light. "Not a man hurt," was Captain Cro well's statement as he alighted from the special car which was reserved for the football team. "We could play Iowa tomorrow." But just then he was seized by several admirers and was hustled into the tallyho. "Tub" Reed, the big guar...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 November 1908

ESEJf. KCT8a,tta K?Bsjfirg .V . r ft i V f r s- 'I .'M I F. UNIVEKSIT.Y MISSOURI AN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. PRESIDENT SOON TO BE REAL EDITOR Steps Directly from Executive Chair to Place on Outlook. LEADING LADY IN PLA Y TO BE SEEN IN COLUMBIA SATURDAY PENCIL SUCCEEDS BIG STICK After African Hunt, He Will Write Much Over His Signature. mi"- in the future of The Outlook. NEW YORK, Nov. 17 On the very day after he ce.i-e- to he Provident t the United State-, Theodore Kou-cvclt will become "-peci.il contributing edi tor"' on the editorial stair of The Out look, which will m announce in it- i-ue of Saturday nevt. 'I lie Outlook will say in it-aiiiiounee-ment: "As the beginning of the nineteenth century was characterized by the niove incnt toward political democracy, mi tin- beginning of the twentieth century lias been characterized by a movement towards industiial democracy. In thN world movement Theodore Koo-evclt lias been recognied a- a world leader. Xo one who know- him has beli...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 November 1908

r.-':T(q$ BMMBBflliKiBBMWMBfflMBBP3PHMCi'a!tsa5utAUsjBM &'j i . . inii w - .' . -- J ZrZi, isV? f WrT vp" t-f UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. NUMBER 48 FIELD'S HISTORY TOLD BY FRIEND J. N. Baskett Sends Paper to University Missourian Containing Poem. WINE RAID IS IMMORTALIZED Manuscript Tells How Field Loved Dogs and Describes Work. Interesting light is thrown on Eugene Field's life in the University of Missouri, where he was an associate editor of the University Missourian ia 1371 the first student publication here in a copy and history of his first published poem, cele brating the famous winecellar raid in "dog Latin." sent to the University Mis-t-ouriun hy James Xewton Baskett of Mexico, one of his schoolmates, and au thor of "At You All's House," and other books. In a letter accompanying this valuable contribution to Fieldiana, Mr. Baskett says: The First Missourian. "At last I have found time to dig up the files of the prim...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 November 1908

rMKi "nassWjsaasaiSiMlsyiillaSa w- I R? -' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. I i. : i.F M y F 't It PI. i . m W t IHi iV ft Sit umvBisiiy Mijiirmiiisrrjirr I SPIRIT OF THE NEWS 1 V1EWF01NTS than-,, r? I evening newspaper published xt Columbia, Mo., every schoolJay by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Imariably In Advance! By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Number-,: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 714. Only Approved Adrertifing Accepted. Kate on Application. Address all communication to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Nov. 19. Assembly, Auditorium, 10 a.m. Cass County Club, Room 39, Academic Hall, 4:30 p. m. Lecture by George Z. T. Sweeney, Auditorium. Nov. 19. Student assembly,...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 November 1908

"MBaig! j?j' 7al r?PV? 'V?' UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, . NOVEMBER 18, 1908. CANDIDATES WHO LOST SEE COUNT But Cowherd is One Loser Who is Absent From Capitol. PAINTER INCREASES HIS LEAD Original Returns Are Being Computed, Amended Figures Later. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Nov. 18. The ollicial count of the votes cast at the recent election formally has begun at the capitol building in the room tinder the Governor's ollice. The votes arc lieing counted by the Secretary of Mate and his clerks, un der the direct supervision of the Gov ernor, as the law provides. The Democratic State candidates are jill present, excepting Judge Cowgill, Judge W. W. Graes and Mr. Cow herd. Messrs. Su anger and Gmelich were the only Republican candidates present. How Count is Made. Before beginning the count, Mr. Su anger made a brief statement to all present, indicating the method he -would follow, and after a few remarks Ty Col. W. H. Phelps, attorney for Mr. Roach, it was agreed Ithat the original ret...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 November 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. We are Exclusive Agents in ' Columbia for NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS la If DRIVER, TIGER END, CAUGHT IN ACTION AS HE It MADE RUN IN DRAKE GAME AT DES MOINES w i -0! m R ? K i ? k.BfbBMVBMiHViiiiBiaiifiKlfissBkiHF iLoNlsLHi1ILBSpBLB9VBotKMs jstH TIGERS IN PAST All-Class and the 'Varsity Teams Battle to 5-to-5 Draw. PRESIDENT HILL SEES PRACTICE Bluck Tackles Dummy So Hard That Its Leg is Torn Off. The Tigers and the all-class-team lined up against each other last night and had one of the hardest scrimmages seen on Rollins Field in several days. The teams worked hard and fast for twenty minutes and at the end the score stood 5 to 5, neither side attempt ing to kick goal after touchdown. Before the Tigers went into the scrim mage they spent about half an hour at the tackling dummy. More time would have been given to this work had not Bluck torn a leg off the dummy, in tackling it. The Tigers then ran through fast signal practice. Gilchrist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 November 1908

''Yi&t$ip '& " n-'-. v -iVjVb -V -ij - 'I r fc OTOVERSITY MISSOURIAN. I VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. NUMBER 49 sfpppilP ANYTHING TO EAT OUT ON SIDEWALKS Missourian Reporter Takes a Look at Display of Groceries. EXPOSED TO DUST AND GERMS State Commissioner M. H. Lamb Says Condition is Menace to Health. WHAT A REPORTER SAW EXPOSED TO DUST AND GERMS ON SIDEWALKS Cabbages, carrots, lemons, oranges, sweet potatoes, celery, cranberries, California grapes, figs, dried fruit apples, peaches, apricots, grape-fruit, turnips, pineapples, onions, potatoes, beets, boxes of dates, beans, barrels of oysters, herrings, pickles and su gar, coffee, barrels of sauer kraut, pears, bunches of bananas, crackers, tobacco, molasses, jelly, cider, prunes, raisins, and many other articles of food. Aside from giving Columbia the pro vincial aspect of a village, the sidewalk displays in front of grocery stores, ac cording to State Dairy and Food Com missioner Lamb, are uns...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 November 1908

w'G iit"atriirT'g wfggggswgsg3S UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. $Ss$jWlmi0 RnT,,rs t y-wt - i .jr " - . - 1 S ; J A- t r-lir r University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalixrn of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia. Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUIJSCItllTION-Invarlnl.lj in AIance: By Mnll or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copied, Two Cents. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall. Universityoi Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers : Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 711. Only Approved Adrcrtininn Accepted. Hates on Application, VIEWPOINTS (The Unlrerslrjr Minonrlan lnTltes contri butloni. not to exceed 200 word, on matter of Unlrenlty Interest. The name of tke writer should accompany raeh letter, bnt will not be printed tmlets desired. The UnlTer slty Missourian doe not express approral nor dlsapproral of these c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 November 1908

SiBSSzSlriSSB fUMiiUi "a I tw-a1-!" UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. WORLD'S BRIGHTEST BOY IS NATIVE OF COLUMBIA Norbert Wiener, Whose Father Now Teaches at Harvard Mother a Missourian At Seventeen, Youth Will Be Doctor. "The brightest boy in the world," ac cording to Hampton's Broadway Maga zine, was born in Columbia. He is Nor bert Wiener, .son of a Harvard pro fessor, and the Broadway has this to say aljont him in its December number: ".At Tufts College, in Massachusetts, a boy will graduate next June at the ace of fourteen, and we will all have to take olF our mortar-board caps to him. He is Xorbert Wiener, the son of a Harvard professor. This remarkable boy was born in Columbia, Mo., Nov. 20. 1894. He could repeat the al phabet at the age of eleven months, could read and write at three years, and at the age of eight he was fitted for college in mathematics, philosophy, modern languages, and the sciences. It required less than three years of K-hooling, after d...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 November 1908

ic fc.. rw &S!t'91 he - UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. 38 ATHLETIC NEWS Lean on YALE AND HARVARD READY EOR CAME TIGERS IMPROVE The L System $m Clothes m IN TEAM WORK : ; Missouri Valley Standing. C Won Lost Pet. Kansas 2 0 1000 Mi-souri -'5 1 .730 I Nebraska ? 1 .CCO ! Ames 1 1 -300 ! Iowa 1 - -33:5 rl 1 Bsi . rfe P Pi Regulars Score Three Times on Strong All-America "PUNY" BLUCK PLAYS WELL Practice That Shows, However, 'Varsity Line is Weak. Football practice on Rollins Field last night .-bowed a marked improvement over that of the night before. Team work wa more in evidence and the men took hold of the work with more spirit than u-ual. In the scrimmage between the all Anieriean team and the "Varsity, the former succeeded in scoring only once and that va the result of a well executed forward pass, which might not have worked with such success had it not K-en dark. The 'Varsity had no trouble in scoring three touchdowns, the "bou -wow play being repou-ible f...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 November 1908

SB- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOUiU, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. NUMBER SO REJECTED DUKE'S PLOT AND MYSTERY IN CHINESE PALACE RICH STUDENT HERE AND HIS BENEFACTOR TROLLEY OFFICIALS "INTERESTS" RUIN VISIT L Miss Elkins Said to Have Turned JBack Costly Bauble. So Says Hin Wong, Student in Journalism, Discussing Situation. President of Santa Fe Line Submits Report to the Commercial Club. Mayor of Cleveland Loses Millions in Fight for 3-Cent Fares. S $5100 RUBY COLUMBIA TOM JOHNSON DUTY HAD NOT BEEN PAID Senator is Angry That the Affair Was Made Public. PITTSBURG, Xov. 20. From the best of authority the story comes that it was Miss Katherine Elkins herself who turn ed back the $.1,000 ruby ring- sent her from abroad, presumably from the Duke of the Abruzzi. and on which the duty had not been paid. The postmaster at Elkins. W. Va.. is said to have taken hi orders from the Elkins family re garding the ring, it having been con sidered at least "queer" on the part of the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 November 1908

trW" H "i K I UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. '. -M GATHERING AT THE ORIGINAL UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI BUILDING, JUNE 4, 18&5 j Ks ...ilMIIMCTs....PHslffllBs.... fJI BKfKamBKtKBMM. Those who can be identified in this picture are: Center of the second Ionic column: N. T. Gentry; from the second to the third column: A. E. Douglass, W. B. Y. Wilkie, R. F. Babb, J. W. Sanborn, C. G. Tiedeman, Wood son Moss, C. B. Rollins, Philemon Bliss J- P- Royal!, J. S. Snoddy, Mrs. S. S. Laws, A. II. Shepard; from third to fourth column: Mrs. Arthur Ciarkson, Mrs. E. C. More, Mrs. O. A. Carr, P. W. Graves, E. C. More, J. W. Spencer, J. S. Blackwell, Joseph Ficklin, Paul Paquin, James V Knei-sley, Senator George G. Vest, J. S. Moss, S. S. Laws, V. S. Dearmont, E. V. Stephens, A. W. McAlester; from fourth to fifth column: A. F. Fleet, W. B. Smith, T. J. Lowry. James Black, J. C. Jones, W. A. Cauthorn, W. C. Tindall, M. M. Fisher, D. P. Richards; irom fifth column to right end: Dr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 November 1908

iZT? iM.fr 'ttvy titimto"mVHirM j-s-?iiR ZTsFW? ? 3r "SJ1 ?S- qFFZ?? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. START RIGHT, SAYS ILL SWEENEY 'The Golden Age," Subject of Interesting Lecture in Y. M. C. A. Course. LIGHT BULBS DISAPPEABED (Jen. Z. T. Sweeney, presenting the second number of the Y. M. C. A. lec ture course, delivered an address in the Uni crsity of Missouri auditorium last nilit, entitled "The Golden Age." His theme was that the Golden Age would be realized as soon as people learned that they were here on earth to give their best efforts to the ad lancement of mankind. lien. Sweeney believes the reason why t... many persons waste their talents is because they are unwise as to the se lection of their profession and the use of their gifts. His advice to young people just starting out in life, was that the should not follow any profession which does not minister to and help mankind. He cited, in an eloquent manner, the instance of Samuel K. ller sdiire an Indiana ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 November 1908

? Rr UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. fMTj& ""' . "' -' ' " ---..- i i- . OUR RED BOX CONTEST GOES MERRILY ON. SEE WINDOW H I S TN mi n M 3& W I 1 DEAN AT NORTHWESTERN U. Wtiu i WILL DELIVER. ADDRESS HERE A H tt- m i Bit :?it It '-- t--W i 1 : ? KL it f if Shoes from the hands of the world's best makers await you here. SeMour shoe price at any figure you wish and we'll furnish you the best shoe value your money can buy. It will cost you only your time to test the truth of this proposition. MEN'S SHOES $2.50, $3 .50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 Choice selected stock, artistic and skillful shoe making. Every new last and toe shape that's right. Every detail that enters into good shoe building. The feet of the men who wear our shoes are the best looking feet and the most comfortable feet you'll meet anvwhere. Dr. Winfifld S. Hall. Physician to Talk to Boys and Men During Stay Here. u PPUFl7fU The Western Standard Trade Mark Athletic and Sporting Goods Kansas City. Mo. ...

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