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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 September 1916

T' !?9jf ". - tjmj THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1916 Page Three m SPORT NEWS and COMMENT With what looked like the regulars for the coming season, Schulte began to perfect team play In yesterday's practice, Fourteen men were with this Ufst squad, and they all look good for the Varsity. Lansing and Hamilton, centers; McAnaw, Preston and Shy, guards; Vaa D)no and Mulr' t31103; Giltner and Bass, ends; Stankowski, quar ter; Rider. White, Pittam, and McMillan, backs. Add Groves either to the backEeld or in the line, possibly Wil der at end, and you have what prob ably will be the regulars. Most of tho time yesterday was powerful man on the freshman squad taken working out new plays and last year and was expected to be a practicing all kinds or offensive for- j star on the 191G Piker eleven. nations. Team work is as yet in its j elemental form, despite the prepon- 0n,y F,Te lcMcr -Vcn derance of veterans. Little will be Retur at Ames. known of the offensive strength of th...

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. — 28 September 1916

1& t& if !- ii JgW-Foir"- Js, THE DAILY MISSODRIAJf, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1916 DAILY 3CABKET REPORT i$5 50JS; cows & heifers S4.50$7.60 By United Preis. H0G RECEIPTS 5,500. Market 10 EAST ST. LOUIS, III., Sept. 28. CATTLE RECEIPTS 5,500 Including 1,400 Texans, Market slow. Xatlve beef steers $7.50J11; yearling steers and heifers $8.50$10.65; cows $5 50 J7.50; stockers and feeders $5.30 $7.50: calves $G$11.75; Texas steers HOG RECEIPTS 5,500. to 25 cents lower. Mixed and butchers $10010.75; good and heavy $10,650 $10.80; rough $9.40$9"5; lights $10 $10.40; pigs $8$9.25; bulk $10.20 $10.60. SHEEP RECEIPTS 12,000. Market slow to steady; slaughter ewes $5 $7.23; breeding ewes $9$10. CITY AND CAMPUS . BLIND BOONE THE GREATEST LIVING BLIND PIANIST AT THE COLUMBIA THEATRE MONDAY, OCTOBER 2 Seats on sale'at Aliens. Also at box office Saturday 9 a. m. Prices 25, 3$ and 50 cents. l jjrr3Mt?r SSES PW"& Rj Vengeance Not loveVX iy y : KMf Between these two beautiful women MiS ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 NUMBER 24 f BLAMES THE ALLIES FOB LENGTH OF WAR Von Bethmann Holhveg, Ger man Chancellor, Says Fight Now Is for Defense. GIVES UP ALL HOPE Believes Desire for Expand ing Territory Will Keep the Struggle Going. Bj tnltwl Tres. BERLIN, Sept. 29. Chancellor Von Bethmann Hollweg's Reichstag's ad dress placing the blame for the con tinuance ot the European slaughter at the doors of Germany's enemies won enthusiastic approval from the majority of Reichstag members this afternoon- The chancellor made no offers of peace, and he Indicated that in view of the recent Allied statements It would be folly to expect an early end of the war. His speech lacked the hopeful tone of his former address. "The desire for territorial expansion by cur enemies is responsible for the daily piling up of the mountains of corpses," said the chancellor. "The British leave no doubt as to what they wish to do. . They wish to crush out Ge...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

mWBSSKSBKIKKKBtBSBBSSImw SMfc- f&3"" ,-SU A, II Eft. IV- & If. I W tr6P xn .-- ft? . THE DAILY MSSOUBIAX, FBIDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 CADETS MAY BECOME U.S.A, RESERVE CORPS New Officers Plan to Make M.U. Military School a Federal Unit. SPORT NEWS and COMMENT MAY TRAIN AVIATORS Government Will Furnish All Equipment No Enlistment Required. Formal application is all that Is necessary for the University of Mis souri Cadet Corps to become a unit of the Ueserve Officers' Training Corps of the United States Army. The Uni versity corps meets practically every requirement, according to Major Chas. V. Castle, who Is teaching here. Ap plication may bo made soon. The Itcscnc Officers' Corps is a re sult of the passage of the army re organization bill June 3, 1916. Mili tary units attaining a specified stan dard of efficiency and organization compose the corps. It will furnish temporary officers for the regular ar my, also quartermasters, staff and volunteer officers in time of war. "The ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

iv 1. I THE DAILY MISSOPRIAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEB 29, 1916 U STUDENT FACED SHOOTING Albert von Hoffman Was Taken by Zapatistas for a Carranza Soldier. RESCUED BY OFFICER Acquaintance Came Up Just in Time Spent Summer on Plantation. To face the loaded rifles of five Mex ican soldiers and to be rescued Just before those rifles were fired was a re cent experience of Albert von Hoff man, a student in the College of Ag riculture or the University. Von Hoffman lert for Mexico Feb ruary 9 to work on his father's cof fee plantation, near the city of Jalapa in the state of Vera Cruz. It was on a trip from Jalapa to the planta tion that Hoffman had his thrilling experience- "I was riding along on horseback on my way from Jalapa, our nearest rail road town," ho says," when I suddenly heard tho command 'Halt.' Ten Mexi cans surrounded me and jerked me roughly from tho horse. They went through my pockets and took my mon ey and watch, all tho time cursing mo for a 'damned Carranzista.' I protested ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

Pa&e Fonr THE DAILY 3IISSOURIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 TOE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbll.hed errry evening (except Batnrday mnd Kundajr) and Sunday morning bjr The Mla.ourlan Aii.oclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo, Frank II. Klnr. rrrtldent and Editor; A. G. Illnman. Uu.Inei. Manartr. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrelnla Building, Downstairs I'lioncs: tluslness, 53; News, 274. ed liquors and 6,000,000 barrells less of beer were consumed by Americans than In the tjrevlous year. Does not this show that prohibition Is really be ginning to prohibit and that this is the real reason why the movement Is gaining adherents? Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo, us second-class mall. Vear, $2M; uiontb, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Iluoue County, year id; montb, 3(1 cents. Tbe Missourian receives tbe dispatches if tbe L'ulted l'ress Associations. Member, Audit Ilureau of Circulations. RUJIA.MA AT WAK The Rumanians are a people w...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

"TffPr ' x$rp rViftt vveyGHtr ? mm yui- "JSjHrfwp t-T-' t--.- THE DAILY MSSOUBIAN, FIODAY, SEPTEMBEB 29, 1916 Page Fire FISH, FIRE AND TALES FEATOBEGUILO'STBIP Floyd C. Shoemaker Tells Interesting Account of State Writers' Outing. k SOME DOUBT STORIES L Lake Taneycomo Country i' Most Beautiful in U. S. Is Opinion. E KIKIUIIODY HOLLER X (Tuuc. Turkey lu the Straw) J O ee cunie to Tjnejcomo Just to fish I ' ami knock about i To bae a fall outing without a falling out, . To triL and to frolic (borne to flirt a : mill-, too) u And to do jiij other blunts tlut we want to do. Writers of istorloi., writers of books, boiue who gel tlie uioue, touie who get tlie hook-", O we'if But writers of ever old kind Including writers for "The Public .Mlud." We'll n.iji a few Morles of our writings and our fUli With .1- liiut-h pure fiction as an) one could w Mi ; We'll make a million dollars ctery minute or two While telling of all we are golu" to do. (reinut chorus) This song, written by Lee Shippey,...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 September 1916

-s Page Six THE DJUXT MSSOUBIAy, FBIPAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 3 following our to GOOD MEALS Eat here Begin today. By moner sarlnc nlan of eatine three "sauares a day, many students get more pare, wholesome food than Is possible to get elsewhere. North Tenth St. GEM CAFE sssssssi sssssssssS " ssssssK sssH sssH - sssssssssT ssHssH VisssssssV HVU (uTvwvaKeater 3MMYS A GOOD gHg TONIGHT AND SATURDAY BLANCHE SWEET in "THE DUPE" A Thrilling Photoplay of Mqdern Society Also Tvvo Clever Comedies "Mutt and Jeff" "Farmer Alfalfa's Eggcifeme nt 99 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IS HERE If you have ever seen Douglas in any of his previous pictures you won't have to be told thatyou'Ilenjoy his latest TRIANGLE PLTAY. You'll KNOW. " - FLIRTING WITH FATE is the title of his latest picture and it's going to be shown at the HALL THEATRE to night. New York critics say it is the best Fairbank's play so far. If you haven't al ready decided to come, do so now. You might have to ask him what kind of cigarette he's smokin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1916 NUMBER 25 IhjH is W A, H, JOKES, MCA, BENEFACTOR, IS OEAD Philanthropist, 86 Years Old Died Friday at His Home in Hallsville. GAVE AWAY $150,000 Local Organization Frames Resolution of Regret in Loss of a Friend. Aquilia H. Jones, farmer, merchant, public and private benefactor, died Friday evening at his home in Halls ville at the age of S5 jears. Harden ing of the arteries due to old age was the cause of his death. The son of John L. Jones, Acquilla H. Jones, was born in Howard County, Aqullla H. Jones May 12, 1S31. The Civil War found him employed in Arrow Ro:k, Mo., bat he left his business to Join the forces of General Sterling Price. Re turning from the war, he located at Hallsville where he has since lived. Made iwil.le Y. 31. C. A. Building. On May 12, 1903 Mr. Jones made his first gift of $15,000, which made possible the erection of the Univer sity Y. M. C. A. Building. Tn August 1909 he gav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

rfI- -3 -TJ ( t'"' -f - l-V .H2H& t a"'S",,s3'5 g- -.qsg- : rage Two THE DAILY MISSOUKIAJT. SUXPAY MOBIrtlfG, OCTOBEB 1, 1916 It. S. Darls Heads Senior lawyers. R. S. Davis of Berger, Mo., was elected president of the senior law class jesterday morning. Other of ficers elected were, vice-president, Donald Chapman; secretary and trea surer, John Jones; sergeant-at-arms, W. F. Strangways. See the 1917 Chevrolet, electric lights and starter much; improved over last year. P. O. B. factory $490. Taylor's Garage . T. 25. DOG TAX COMIXO IX SLOWLY ADVERTISEMENT RIVALS "THE SPOILERS." Ths one rival to that creat nhoto-i nlav production. "The Spoilers," has sa'd Collector Jacobs this morning. been filmed by the Selig Company. "THE NE'ER-DO-WELL" was also written by Rex Beach and a majority of the Selig stars who aided in mak ing "The Spoilers" famous, appear in its worthy successor, "THE NE'ER-DO-WELL." A special company of Selig stars, including Kathlyn Williams, Wheeler Oakman, Eugenie ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

, re wj. v '' gayr : i f THE DAILY MISSOURI AK, SUN PAY MOBXIG, OCTOBER 1, 1916 Page Three a h. Must Hare (he Missourian. j A. Lawson, who was graduated j, the University four years ago, jtes the Missourian that he recently allowed his Missourian subscription to expire, believing that he would not miss the paper after an absence ot four years "But I find," he says, "that i miss the paper more than the price; here comes the chock." v FOUGHT 1V1IEX HIS HORSE LOST ADVERTISEMENT THE "NE'ER-DO-WELL." -THE NE'ER-DO-WELL." by Rex Beach, the Sclig spectacular drama filmed by the Selig Polyscope Com pany, features Wheeler Oakman and Kathlyn Williams and an all-star cast. The hero is Kirk Anthony, a col lege graduate and eteran football player, and since graduation the coach of his university team. On the even ing following a football vitcory, the last of the season. Kirk and others start out to celebrate. Late that night he finds himself on shipboard, and when he awakens he is without money ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

Page Fonr THE DAILY MISSOCRIAJf, SUXDAY MOBSIKG, OCTOBER I, 1816 I r THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Publltbed erery erenlnc (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlnc by Tbe BlUsoarlan Association, Incorporate ed, Columbia, Mo Frank II. Klnr. Pmldent and Editor; A. G. Illnman, Bnlneo Manager. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs I 'hones: Business, S5; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, SIo, as secona-ciass man. Year, $2i0; month, 25 cents: copy, 5 cents. Outside or Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. Tbe Missourian receives tbe dispatches rt the United Tress Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. AQUILLA H. JONES With the death of Aquilla H. Jones Friday nighjt, olunibla, the University, Boone County and Mis souri lost one of its best friends and most cheerful philanthropists. His life was that of a true Christian. He was a business man oi unvarying in tegrity. The needy knew him for th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIA. SUNDAY MQBSINQ, OCTOBER 1, 1916 Page Fire AT THE CHURCHES Christian. The Bible School of the Christian Church oHll bculn at 9:30. Special classes for stu nts have been arranged. Morning wor fffowlll 1-ecln at !: Tue "" Madison llart 1" deliver a sermon on "What u Oolel ITeachlnn?" Intermediate En jMVor IU meet at 3 p. m, uad Senior vndeavor at 6:30 p. m. nvenluR service 2n beKln at 7:30. The subject of the !?rmon nlll 1: '.Miracles and the Charac Mr of Jesus." There will be special music . both services. I'rayer meetlnp will be ield Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. UaptUt. Sunday School at the Baptist Church will eminence at 'J 30. At the morning service, winnlnc at 10:43, the subject of the ser mon by the pastor, the Rev. T. W. oung, Sm be: "It Is Better to Give Than to lte Jve" Young Teoples' Union will meet it (ii n m. Evening service will le at "30 "Wisdom" will lie the subject of the Vermon by the pastor. Prettbj trrlan. At the I'reslijterlm Church, Sunda...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

, lfir f. -r 1' !"" Page Six THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf, SUJDAY MORXISG, OCTOBER 1, 1916 f KEEPS SCHEDULE UNDER HIS HAT R. JT. Bnrcess 1VII1 Not Lt Change of Home Keep Him From FootbalL Hats are used for other purposes tf than for covering the head as shown v in the case of Dr. R. M. Burcess. Co lumbia's biggest football fan. "Doc" keeps the schedule of the football games in his hat Instead of in his head. "Doc" Is leaving Columbia in a few days to lbe in Paris, Mo., until Janu ary when he will go to St. Louis to take up bis new position with the Briscoe Motor Car Company. But leaving Columbia is not going to keep I him away from the football games. Ho says that he is going to drive ! oer from Paris for every game this fall If It Is possible, and bring as many as the car will hold. COLUMBIA CATTLE HERD ONE OF COUNTRY'S BEST Students in Trade Investigation. The students in Current Advertising Problems are making a trade investi gation of Columbia to show the amount of various leading arti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

"S . Tn m.,V'lSSj w v THE DAILY MISSODKI.VX, SWDATMOEJflJfG, OCTOBER 1, 1916 Page SeTeH JfWP MAKES ROLLINS FIELD GARDENJjLOWEBS C. L. Brewer, Athletic Di rector, Works to Beautify Athletic Grounds. PLAN NEW TO WEST City Landscape Gardening Necessary to Make Track and Gridiron Ideal. C. U Brewer, director of athletics of the University, is planning to make Rollins Field the most attractive ath letic field of any school in the coun try. Already shrubs and vines have Teen planted and flower beds made and in the near future Tiger rooters will watch their team play in what might be called a twenty-acre flower garden. Tao shrubs and trees planted within the last few years have grown with a Tapidity that has changed the appear ance of the field. When Director Brewer's work is finished the -west wall of the field will be covered by climbing roses on a trellis. Another trellis will bank the west curve of the track and near it will be a triangular bed of roses and snowballs. Rows of poplars b...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 October 1916

f s&Z'sFfqgg&&- r$- -rT?fPI?Wl?,' B: w- ' Page Eight THE DAILY MISS0UMA5, 6UMDAY MOUSING, OCTOBER 1, 1916 DODGERS LEAD JfATIONALS Close Races In Major Baseball Leagues To Be Decided This Week. After being forced Into second place by Philadelphia, the present runners up In the National League, the Brook lyn Dodgers rccained first place by winning the game of yesterday's double header with Pat Moran's crew. Next week will definitely decide whether the Phillies or the Dodgers will represent the National League against Bill Carrigan's Red Sox in the world's series. New York fans today, while joyful over Brooklyn's victory, are mourn ing the defeat of the Giants. "Muggsy" McGraw's boys4 after piling up a Egc ord of twenty-six straight victories and smashing all modern records, were finally forced by "Miracle Man" Stallings to take the small end of an 8 to 3 score. In the American League the pace making Red Sox climbed one game nearer to the flag by downing the Yankees. While ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 October 1916

MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR THE . . 2fl MWi . , - s H m. jl COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAYOCTOBER 2, 1916 NUMBER 26 c '?ji V ALLIED MONITORS AID IN SIEGEJFJWNE Ships Enter Canals and Help Storm Mt. St. Quentin Turks Advance. ZEPPLIN SHOT DOWN Russians Resume Drive On Lembsrg Budapest Re ports Rumanian Defeat By United Press LONDON.- Oct: 2.-"-The Greet cabi net has UHgnU. accent fttilCefc tral News dispatch fromAthens to night The new Greeks cabinet was, formed only a fortnight, ago, was not recognized by the Allies and was gen erally believed to be blocking Greece's entry into the war. j)i Haig's Men, Continue Drive. Jv, By United Press. LONDON, Oct. 2. Generar Haig's men continued throughout 'last night and this"inorning the smashlj&gua ranee begun yesterday, toward f?rm8anlre2 we6t oinM August paume, it was omciauy announced io; night vt " After beating off Germancounter attacks against the newly' won posi tions' east of Abbaye, the British es tablished their lino last night frqm, and ...

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

rs5!?'sr-t-": "susS1 """Tf ,tSR." 1 & - - - ! ii m r ' wakMiaiart0HMBaaMHHMIHHMIflMflMHIHiHHHHDiMHSrrx 9iiffiHnnnHiHRnsniR ; . ;-,,, , ,T?,., .-, .,3- 7vm--q&im&Mr&'T&?- - W. IPS, i. te a ltd PS.. 3?& & Pare Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbllibrd every evenla (except Saturday mod Bandar) and Sunday morulas by Tbe MlMOorlan Associativa, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo- Frank H. Klnf, Frnldeot and Editor; A. G. Illnman. Builnns Hanacer. Address all communications to THE DAILT MISSOOEIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs I'hones: Business, 53; News, 274, Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, aS 8ecunuciaaa uhii. lair. tiMi moutb, 25 cents; copy, S cents. uuui'le of Booue County, jear j; niouin, 3U cents. Tbe MUsourlau receives tbe dispatches rt tbe United 1'ress Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. WHAT IS ESGLAXD D01G1 A favorite tale for generations of the child of Saxon heritage Is that of the Spanish Armada, whose sails ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 October 1916

$ys$gg&r?'-. v'!igm$fi- -5 fPf- " ' I r -" i THE DAILY MISSOURIAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1916, Page Thxetf SPORT SATURDAY'S affairs on the field of college honor in the Missouri valley, although mostly practice games, give a fair line on the early season condition of the Conference elevens. While Coach Schulte's Tigers, were collecting their twenty tallies against the freshmen on Rollins field, the jayhawkers from Lawrence were disappointing their followers in their in ability to pile up a score agamsi me Emporia Normals., The 13 to 0 count shows that considering the work that Coach Olcott has inflicted on his can didates already this fall, there Is but little hope for the Rock Chalk in the real test with Illinois Saturday. Drake beat Penn College of Iowa by a " to 2 score, which doesn't prove much about the Bulldogs' condition; and Ames gave the Iowa pedagogues a 29 to 0 drubbing, which shows that Director Clyde Williams is starting the season In regular Ames fashion, not vrithstt...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 October 1916

?pv THE DAILY MISSOPRIAS. MOMPAY, OCTOBER g, 1916. Page Fob X. U. AD CLUB PLANS WORK Will Try to Increase Short 'course Enrollment Writes to Students. The Ad Club of the University Is planning many activities to further the interests of the University this year, says G. M- Oehm, president of the club. One hundred and fifty dollars will be subscribed to a fund to send the Missourian to all the high schools in the state. W. B. Nowell, head of The Missouri Co-operative League, has said that this organization will con tribute the fund. The matter of Increasing the short course enrollment In the College of 'Agriculture will also be taken up with P. M. Brandt, in charge of that department. A story, in which the ad vantages of this course are brought out will be sent to all the newspapesr in Missouri. A list of prospective short course students will also be ob tained by the club, and letters will be mailed to them. "High School Day," said Mr- Oehm, "will be our big day, when we can come in...

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