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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 September 1916

- -'.-?,--,," ' 9Pe7MHHH9s ' PrWSC 3ffiysE29BaaaaBaW(SBSBB3HWBfHK!K Cv aY , WEPXESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1916 ttgtl -j J. THE DAILY MISSOURIAX to : y SPORT NEWS and C OMMENT LEAGUE STANDING. National Lcaiuf. Team. W. lblladefplll Kg Boston Sew io't J Cblc-apo 04 11ttlurs Kl St. Louis W Cincinnati 6S 73 7S Games Tct. Behind. .G01 0 .MS 2 -S7 2U .540 .431 .44:! .4i3 .378 3V4 21 31 American Lfarnr. Team. W- nocton 82 Detroit j Chlcapo - ,ew Vork pt. Louis i Cleveland i Washington il rulUJelphla 31 L. SO 62 C2 C7 71 71 O 1(W Games Pet Behind. .581 .572 iea .523 ill .507 .G07 21 0 1 1 8 10 10H 10V4 6014 Schulto lined up a number of back fields in last night's practice. One of these was composed entirely of vet erans and looked good, though light. Lansing was at center, Stankowski quarter, White fullback and Plttam and Rider were the halfbacks. With a heay, smashing halfback to help out these men, they look fiood for the regular backfield this fall. Just who this big fellow will be, only Schu...

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. — 20 September 1916

? f fe rage Four THE DAILY MISSOCRIAX. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1916 ON 30-DAY FURLOUGH SOLDIERjNTEHS M.U. Still in Government Service, Gibson Wolfe Takes Chance and Enrolls. MAY GET EXTENSION Former Drake Rooter Hopes That His Regiment May Be Mustered Out. Still a soldier in the service of "Uncle Sam," yet a regularly enrolled student in the University of Missouri this is the predicament In which Gib son G. Wolfe. 20 J ears old, 509 HItt street, now finds himself as he waits (or class work to start tomorrow morning. Wolfe, up to September 14, was in the service of the United States on the Mexican border as sergeant in the supply company of the Second Mis souri. National Guard of the United States stationed at Laredo. The de parture of the first and third regi ments of Missouri for Nevada, Mo., as the first step in mustering the na tional guard regiments out of border service prompted Wolfe to take steps to follow out his intentions to enter the University this fall, which It seem e...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 September 1916

?Sf i.MWs?-s; HPWPIMIPUI THE DAILY MISSOULA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1916 Page FItb -wry mm 'mmmmw mmmmmmmmmmammmmm ijv - -- H '--SS5?swKWfp!!? ' - "v Jf FIFTEEN TONS OF PRINTING FROM COLUMBIA MONTHLY Columbia can rightfully be called the seat of learning of the state of Missouri. This title la earned not only through the location of the University here, but by the fact that an unusually large amount of educational matter i. laspmlnated through the medium of publications ranging from dally newspapers to 'semi-monthly maga zines and bulletins. A total of twenty-four publications are issued In Columbia. These send over the state an average of approxi mately 30.000 pounds of literature each month, according to the figures of Postmaster J. H. Guitar. The dontbly figures on the amount of printed matter sent through the malls range from 24,000 to 32,500 pounds, showing that the amount does not fluctuate much at any time In the year. A glance ever the list of publica tions shows that it In...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 September 1916

i.iipwiiBMMiwillliLiliiluiljAliJJL uyjujj ':i5g - 9RTOP5T '3V' -&SKgf Page Six THE DAILY 3HSS0PRIAN. TVEP?iESPAYr SEPTEMBER SO, 19HS i? H?HBbtB133fs "3PiE; ; " Jj i TTQOTCril II Hi MM iTL TTTTT IV TTV' rTTTT inr TTT-" T IT i " 1 ?v A -- s - '- . ' ' r 4- t t f: ir- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN TablUbcd CTrrr rrning (except Saturday sad Bandar) and Sunday mornlnr by The MUsoartaa Association. Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo, Fruk H. Klor, Pmldeot and Editor; A. O. HlnmaB, Business Manager. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSODBIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones- Business, 55; News, 274. Entered "at the postofflce, Colombia, Mo. s second-class mall. Year, t2M; month, 25 cents; copy. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cents. Tlie Jllssourlan recelres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. AFTER THE MAR The establishment of international institutions which will make for peace rather than...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 September 1916

r-jaem?zu3 rT&p?i Tgrsw'T I lir ! n H y. 1 i w m r THE DAILY MISSOPMAX, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1916 ," CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 55 0"rJ aCe&y K00K AM BOARD nird and room, also room for light "-t-nlne. 1015 Walnut. B. 14-24. BVUOt-v- .- Board for bojs and girls at TIG Mary land Flace. w al wus. i-uoue oai Bid. . 13-20. ,, fnrnlti'd room with meals for man .-Twite or two joung men. Phone 404 Krf or call at "1S Anthony. 13-15. two furnlned rooms, one single, other a Able room, itb meals for man and S?, or two young men. Fhone 464 Red. or call at Wis Anthony. 13-15. Room and board phone 1010 reen. for men, 722 Mo. G. 10-17. Room and hoard at 301 Waugh street. Tiiwinw are lot iiicw. ... ...... ..H. IUV""" A. 10-16. .... ,n,r,i for students and business nMDle at H 00 a week; also 4 good rooms Erren" Mr-. D. M. nurnham, 205 Col- -. fgt. I'none 1397 Red. ? AMt pnnri furnished rooms for men: excellent bord also. Mr Maud Martin. -oft College are. I'none bS4. M. 17. 5X5 College a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 September 1916

Sfi:!,?i:,,?T "S"?3$S2 pS9 C '. Y .'";" ""T' , ; ' - , O . - 9 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEDXESPAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1918 ,-, . -j,r Page Elgrkt M, U, ATHLETICS NET $4,198 FORPAST YEAR Football Profit Is $5,506 suiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimmuiiiiiiiiiiim ',' Books For Every Department Books For Every Department Baseball and Basketball Teams Make Money. TRACK ONLY LOSER Successful Management Makes Possible Much Needed Equipment. -'i &!l Athletics at the University of Mis souri for the year 1915-1916 netted $4,198. Thatj-was the statement is sued at the Rothwell Gymnasium yes terday, when the fall report on base ball, football, basketball and track was submitted to the president's office. As usual football proved the most important sport as far as finances are concerned. A total profit of $5,506.24 was reported, but a great part of this was used to meet losses in the track season. For the first time in the his tory of the school basketball and baseball proved popular, enough with the stud...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

' ' M THE DAILY MISSOURIAN f DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916 EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 17 i . J ". I- .' IAS IDEA TO BETTER FACTORY W. H. Braselton, Hamilton- Brown Manager, Would Eliminate the Unfit. TALKS AT LUNCHEON Students to Be Employed Where Possible and Profit able, He Says. To bring to Columbia a better class of citizens than in the past as factory workers will be one of the chief alms of the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Factory under the new administration, accord ing to Walter H. Braselton, the new superintendent of the factory, in a talk today at the weekly luncheon of the Commercial Club. "We realize," said Mr. Braselton, "that the type of workers in our fac tory In the past has not been of the best sort for better citizenship, but from now on only persons of good character will be employed in the fac tory here. We will also do away with 'hanger-on' workers by only keeping enough men to fill all jobs. In the past, three men would work on a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

m .. 1 r-fi. -spi ""',-v; " -& THE DAILY MISSOUMA3. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916 Pare Two WILL HOLD SPECIAL SERVICES Cfcuckeg of City to Has CunpalgBS for Steieati f JL U. According to their usual custom most of the -churche of the city will hold special services for students on October 8. The Baptist Church, the Wilkes BouleTard Methodist Church, the congregation of which la com posed chiefly of townspeople, and the Calloway Episcopal Church, which Is temporarily without a minister, are the exceptions. Many of the churches bare student Sunday school classes. These will meet next- Sunday morn ing. The programs for the special services hare not yet been arranged. The Rer. Madison A. Hart of the First Christian Church announces that the student members of his con gregation will take part in the church activities next Sunday. Students are invited to attend the Episcopal church also on that day, when the Rer. R. L. Putney of Macon City will have charge of the services. DEMOCRATS IN ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

' THE DAILY MISSOCBLVy, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916 Page Three hs MEMBERS OF THE MISSOURI PRESS ASSOCIATION IN KANSAS CITY MfcMBMMBBBBBBBBBBMHBBBWMlllr'MwBWMBMMMM Tift Kj'Kti"rv'ySKiEitiiSittGiBiiiiBt This picture of the editors of the State was taken while they were on a motor car ride at the Golden Jubilee meeting last week. The motor car ride Included a trip OTer the famous Cliff Drive nherc the members of the association "posed"' for a photograph. L At Stephens College About fifty girls were turned away from Stephens College this year be cause of the lack of living rooms. Eton now there are four girls there who hate no rooms of their own but are living with other girls. Arrange ments are being made for adding two new rooms to the building to ac commodate them. because of the crowded rooming conditions at Stephens College, all but eight of the twenty-six teachers are living outside of the building this year. Heretofore practically all the teachers had their rooms in the col lege...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

""""."TniMi in" ! I xv ?vy' - 'v ivv, " ?Fr ? r m II v iiJSlr By Page Foot THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 191C THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PoblUhcd ewry cTcnlnc (except Smtnrdar ua sDDatrj ana Banamj- morning bx aov ui.aounan Association, incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo, Frank II. Kin-, Pmldenl and Editor; A. O. Illnman, nine .uanarer. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postoffice, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Tear. $2.50; montb, So cents; copy, 5 cents. uutsme oi uoone wouniy, year j; montn, 30 cents. Tbe Mlssourlan receives tbe dlspatcbes of tbe United Tress Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. HUMAN NATURE AS TEXT How many friends hae you? How many people do you speak to when you pass them on the street? With how many people do jou exchange ideas? Have you eer stopped to think of the meaning of the word friendship? Do jou go on in you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

THE DAILYJlCSSOPBIAy, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916 Page .Fire, k CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 55 $0Krda aCe& K003I AXI) 110AUD noard anil room, alio room for HcUt insekwplnu. 1015 Walnut. B. 14-21. housekeeping. Board for boys and slrls at 710 Mary lind I'lacc, ?1H0 at Itronns. Phone CU2 Bed. " J3"20- Booms anil lioird for men, 722 Mo. phone 1010 Creen. O. 10-17. Room and lioird at S01 Wnuch street, ooms are for men. I'uone 1007 Ited. Boom A. 10-10. Good board for students and business mwnle at SMW a week; also 4 good rooms for rent. -Mr. I) M lliirnliain, 20.". Col lege, l'bone 1307 Ited. 15-tf. Several sood furnished rooms for men; eire'lent boird aKo. Mrs. Maud Martin, "06 Collece sue. 1'lione SM. M. 17. Booms and boird at Itrowns, 718 Miry land One block South of the Unher ilty. " l-'-lS. KOOMS FOR KENT One room, OS San ford. V. 10-21. ntshed. 9 Melbourne Dace or Phone COS. H. 10. SPORT NEWS . and COMMENT LEAGUE STANDING. American Leacne. Several unfurnished rooms for light ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBLLK, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,tl, 1918, rf.atK U. H, S. OPENS TODAY WITH IMQHOLLED mer student In the University, left today for his home, where he has ob tained a position. Mrs. A. B. Hendricks, living south east of Columbia, departed today with her daughter, Mrs- S. E. Oyer of Louis today to take up work In Wash ington University. 0. P. Newberry and Leo Collins have returned to Kansas City after a several days visit at the Kappa Sigma house. L. L. McShane of Kansas City, who is an agent for Dodd 'Mead and Com pany, visited the University library this morning. F. L. Duley, research assistant in the College of Agriculture, left last night for Poplar Bluff where he will conduct a series of tests at the univerl sity experiment station. One expert, ment will be a special dynamiting' test T. J. Fitzgerald, traveling paj. senger agent of the Missouri, KansaS and Texas railroad came to Columbia on business today. W. H. Hargrove, of the departmeat of Agricultural Extension, le...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 September 1916

THE DAILY IMISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 18 I. u u BOB SIMPSON LEAVES FOR SWEDISH GAMES Bosworth Flyer Given Ova tion by M. U. Students at Train. IN GOOD CONDITION Will Perform In. New York With A.A.U. Team-mates Before Embarking. "Bys, I nope yot have the hest football team eer this fall and I hope to get back to see you lick Kan sas. Good-bye, fellows." These few words, probably the longest talk ever made by the modest Bosworth athlete, were his farewell to the three hundred enthusiastic Tiger followers, who were at last night's train .to sec Bob off on his European trip. Cheers and yells for the hurdler brought no response until just as the train was ready to leave the station. Then Lue Lozier, president of the stu dent body, asked Bob for a few fare well remarks- The news Simpson's leaving Co lumbia was known around the cam pus but a few hours. Bob was moved at the tribute of the students but with his usual modesty showed u...

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. — 22 September 1916

fW? sr.V' ' - f5ff - . if- k -, Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 t JEWELL MAYES 0. COJOOSSIOS Is Placed on Conmittee to Purchase the General Doniphan Statue Jewell Mayes, secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, William Mil Ilgan and Lewis Child, all of Rich mond, Mo., hare been appointed com missioners by Governor Major to pur chase the General Doniphan statue which is to be placed in the public square at Richmond. The state made an appropriation of $10,000 for the purpose of erecting a monument in honor of General Doni phan, who commanded the Missouri soldiers in the Mexican war. FACULTY USIOS GIVES SMOKER in the new quarters In Pemberton HalL The affair will be informal, no speeches hare been planned, but short talks will be made by members. "The membership of the union at present is over a hundred and is rap idly Increasing," Prof. H. M. Reese, secretary of the union, said. "Our rooms are all full and we are desir ous of securing more, but It will pr...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 September 1916

. THE DAILY MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 , g- Page Three J :- CONDUCTS FEED EXPERIMENTS II : r- ,. Uailv Marlrf- Rnnw II 1 ' SPORT NEWS and COMMENT When Coach "Indian- Shulte, acting referee, blows his whistle tomor row afternoon on Rollins Field, the first real warfare in the Tiger air will commence, for then fhe teams of Bengals will be pitted against each other In actual battle the first scrimmage of the year. Daily battles will be fought until the weaklings and the incompetent are weeded out and only the strong and the brave remain. With the assistance of "Cap" Woody and others, Schulte will go on with his work in getting his warriors ready for the first battle October 7 with Central College. JMany battles will be fought and many days of hard practice and scrimmage will take place un til that famous Turkey Day when the Tigers go against their veteran foe from the River Kaw. Coach Schulte's training this year will be somewhat changed in his scrimmage work. Temporary first...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 September 1916

jrWr 7 T8ip RPW?-, IffliHHHHIPRIHHBHHRHHffii ' " - 5- H'' Page Four M THE DAILY MISSOURIAN K FablUbed trtry .renins (except Saturday Et and 8aoda7) and Sunday morning by K. Tne AUMOurian Association, incorporac- MK ft, Colombia, Mo Frank II. KInr, K Prnldent and Editor; A. a. Hlmnan, E- Butlnti. Manager. BsSF THE DAILY MISSOCBIAy, FBTOAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 Address all communications to TUE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs rhones: Business 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo , as second-class mall. Year, U0; month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, SO cents. Tbe lllssourian receives tbe dispatches of the United Press Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. THE AT AM) THE HDTTEKFLY Consider the ant. He's an ugly little fellow. Personal beauty Is not his greatest attraction. His small body radiates with dynamic energy. Day In and day out he works with an untiring, indomitable will....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 September 1916

'rS 'fyZr; -rf "2!."T3R-J THE TIAniT MISSOUMA FBTOAY, SEPTEMBEB 82, 1916 Page Flye CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 55 $La aCe& This Time of Year you find many things you have no room for you can't use them this winter. Others may need those very things. Try a MISSOURIAN WANT AD. If you want to sell your house - sell your automobile '"' ' sell a stove sell your piano sell anything you wish to sell find your lost articles restore to owners anything you may have found secure a cook or maid secure a bookkeeper secure a clerk secure a janitor secure an errand boy or any class of help rent your vacant rooms rent your houses or apartments attract applicants for board Call No. 55 1-2 cent a word a day Missourian Want Ads Pay Because nearly everybody in Columbia reads the Missourian WHITES TO HAVE OZARK OUTING Annual Gathering of Missouri Authors at Powerslte Sept 23-30. There will be no formal or lengthy "shop-talks" at Ithe second annual outing of the Missouri Writers' Guild to be held at...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 September 1916

M 1 MIM " 1&'l0l?&&t I I Page Six ME DAILY MISSOUMAy.FBroAY, SEPTEMBER H, 19tt BLAXE BALKY ADDING XACHOE Comptometer Delays Enrollment Fitmre 2600 Probable. Exact -figures on the University en rollment were not available this aft ernoon because an adding machine in the office of the University secre tary went wrong early in the day and with a few directed mechanical mo tions added unwonted numbers to the actual enrollment figures. A mechanic is working on the machine and the exact figures will probably be avail able tomorrow. However, at the Registrar's office, 2,600 was given as the probable en rollment at 3 o'clock today, with the probability of a large addition to the ranks of University students next week. Those students who had lucra tive employment during vacation are apparently willing to pay the ad ditional $3 for late registration, says Mr. Chambers. That the enrollment may now be slightly less than it was last year is the opinion of Mr. Chambers; This he attrib...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1916 EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 19 COLUMBIA CLUB STI E Building Will Be Used for Temporary Quarters Di rectors Hold Meeting. WOULD RAISE $250,000 President Hill Contributes $1,000 Formal Opening Next Month. The Missouri Student-Alumni Union Is assured. It passed out of the class of possibilities esterday when the board of directors instructed the building committee to obtain the Columbia Club building for the use of the or ganization. The directors met all day yesterday in the Alumni Rooms, Aca demic Hall. Dr- Walter Miller, acting for the Co lumbia Club, gave the consent of the Club to release the building to the I'nicn. After an investigation of the terms of the lease and other legal matters, the Columbia Club building will become the home of the Missouri Student-Alumni Union. The change will be effected by October 1. The Union will purchase the furniture of the club. A formal opening probably will be held s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 September 1916

THE UNIVERSITY MISSODBIAN, SUXPAr MOBXIKG, SEPTEMBER 21. Page Two Columbia experienced an awakening in a social way the last week. With the coming of the students came also the rushing season for the so rorities and fraternities, in which members of the freshman class were en tertained elaborately and asked, incidentally, to join. In addition, guests from a distance have honored the homes of Columbia by their presence, and the hostesses of the city have been kept busy seeing to their proper enter tainment Summer, always the dull season in local society, has passed, and if the gaiety of the first week of school is maintained the coming social sea son for Columbians will be one long remembered. Rush week at the Pi Beta Phi so rority house started Sunday night with the meeting of the rushees at the the receiving line were President and .Mrs. Hill, Mrs. C. B. Rollins, Mrs. J. C. Jones, and Lieutenant and Mrs. Jo- snnli r1 TTInnp iaalotlni. n tfn lt rrv. ....4 I..M..... r J ! -f ""& ...

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