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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 November 1917

i 4?- -er -jsai - Page Eight SUADAT MOR.MXG MISSOUEIA. NOVEMBER 25, 1917. n n ' All Members of the Famous College Widow Cast & WWAHWWWMWIl v9J8BMfiBS9BklPW''a'',i'vL --Mj-yw" -... t- . . ...... Mm ir J .KsflHBBsSSsQRPnBHS - -, . - J. i '.. 'iwEwMlJii' B1. ill l ' IQ'""IJ1MR "1JM IH'P IJMI lUfftLLLU'1 I -frf , J . v If t E-'i I) ft 4 ff P II 161 & 1 ARE YOU GOING TO THE SHOW? Well, Can A Duck Swim? t-t&- -. ;vfyi w flB "' bbbbbbbbHP sJBBK&KEaenr- vSB BbbYbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbSbbbbV Sd 4" 'hyJ v-m. MMMtf' lL" r Fj jIhIL "V "i ' SBHBBBBBBB .HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfcljRBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBh aMtuBHHii.'' li - ju'V F kEF -T?BBBBi iBBBBBBBBwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk BBBBBBmHPQ! Br BBBBBbI? BBBBBkaSPfi""' "'-ffl HJBBBBBBCwi9BV'JiBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHkGl W Hfe HRT HF XBBBBBBBBBk'C -r i v!BH ABBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBfiSRSiS BbBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBu9BBBBBb bbbbbS BBHEitei p ' IBPw? , jK ' BKHKBiUrAf- P" jSbbbbbbbbbbbibhbbbbbV bbVbbbMSKE-bl ,r ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

M THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ' F f TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1917. NUMBER 62 ' J I ASHLAND DESIRES A COWIMUNITY' CHURCH lnterdenominational Wor ship Favored by Speak ers at Centennial. A "MUSICAL REVIVAL Mrs- Jonn - 'n,c Under took Training a Year Ago Program by Pupils. The sacrifice of denominations to form a community interdenomination al church which will best serve the community was the idea emphasized by the three chief speakers at the centennial celebration at the Ashland Christian Church yesterday. None of the speakers had conferred with the others about the points he intend ed to bring out but this was the idea of all as to the future church worship in Ashland. The speakers seemed to express, the views of the audience, which received the suggestion en thusiastically. Prof. Carl C. Taylor gave the prin cipal address of the morning on "The Cost of Progress." A musical pro gram furnished entirely by people of the neighborhood filled the rest of the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

lP &" Mto Page Tiro "3 THE EVEXISG MISSOURIAX, XOXPAY.yQTEMBEB 56, 1917. H m hi MENU Oyster Cocktail Ripe Olives Celery Roast Hen Sweet Potatoes Candied Cauliflower (with maple syrup) Cranberry Jelly . Hot Rj e Rolls Grape Fruit Salad Cornmeal Cheese Wafers Mince Pie With Mousse Salted Nuts Coffee , ThinliY M- cgsZSST mJ IWTCI? inner MENU The Business Concerns on This Page Tell You How to Fare . Well, Wisely and Patriotically. Menus Are Suggested by the Home Economics Department of the University of Missouri. Roast Hen Sour Cucumber Pickles Celery Sweet Potatoes Candied (with sorghum or corn syrup) String Beans Cornbread Apple, Nut, Celery Salad Corn Sticks Pumpkin Pie Salted Peanuts Coffee SOMEHOW THE VERY WORD THANKSGIVING MAKES YOU THINK OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT Turkey, Pumpkin Pie, Plum Pudding! But these things come only once in a while. Don't forget the blessings you have every day in the year. GENTSCH'S BREAD jgis a product of the season's abundant harvest. Ours is a brown, ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

T w i.V!vmtW'v''i''''1 ' 'l'"JwJ,''v'-V,-LI'3' "wr.1 yw;-''-H-lsy'Sr -v MEN OF THE UNIVERSITY WHO ARE SERVING NATION The University of Missouri takes high rank among American schools in war-time service to the Nation. It was a Missouri man who carried the draft law into execution. Adju tant General Crowder holds an LL..U. degree, class of 'SG, from Missouri. He was born in Missouri, was grad ated from West Point, served in the army i" Texas, was commandant at the University, took his degree. here. was transferred to the judge advocate general's stafT and in 1911 was made judge advocate general, the highest ' legal position in the United States Army. Troubled times in Russia brought .mother man into world notice, Da id It Francis, holder of the honorary degree of LL..I). from Missouri Uni versity and a member of the Hoard of Curators. Today he is ambassador to jtussia in that nation's hour of trial. Food conservation demanded the services of the dean of the College of Agriculture, F....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

m It m ! ? : I fcY j Page Four THE EVENING MISSOUBIAJf, MOX DAY, KOVEMBER SO, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBEB OP ASSOCIATED PBESS) Tlie Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all ihh dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and aloo Hie local news puuiianea nerein. I'ublished every erenlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlnr by Tlie Mlssourian Association, Ineorporat rd, Colombia, Mo. office: Virginia Building, Downstairs 1'bones: Business 03; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofftce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, - cents, lly mall in Boone County: Tear, $3.23; 8 months, $1.75; 3 months. 80 cents, outside of Boone County: Year, $1.50; 3 months, $1.23; month, 45 cents. National Adrertislnc KepresentatlTes : Oarpenter-Scbeerer Co., Fifth Avenue llulldlng New York; Peoples Oas Bulld- iu, Chicago. HAMSHACKLE KOAIiS Good roads were responsible in larg...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

MHHH m THE EYEXING MISSOURIAJT, MOXDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1917. P Fhe 3 k i I t 1 I .4 SOCIETY NOTES Th members of Miss Helen Wil- ii.mjeddlng party will be guests IIH" j..n n tho. Siirina Phi dinner given at the Sigma Chi Use tonight by Duke X. Parry. The t .-.chrysanthemums, palms and ferns W'OS oankcd on ,,lie mantIe ano" lite replace. A silver basket of Russell roses will form a center piece ...around dining table, two small- SV w wkets of the tame roses being H.M f- "Tf . ... j .1,. .nJ.1 Tko u(rt at w" "" "' "" "-"- " jrt and mantle will be decorated in !s and ferns and hanging vines. JtTguests will be Miss Frances Mitch n Miss Margaret Foque, Miss Martha nuton Miss Juliet Bowling, Miss tniliaxw, and I R. Rucker. Ralph nodson Gene Settles, demons McXa araand Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mar tin. The University Men's Sunday School classes of the Broadway Methodist Chnrch entertained the University Somen's classes with a wiener Toast Eear Rollins Spring Saturday night. About seventy-five pe...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 November 1917

y. r name nc lo w o jances on further injury to any of ( men by having them in scrimmage, ojenal practice every afternoon and blackboard talks each evening are e coach's plans. I The cloudy weather and general vjwi o:7 in rcgaru i um iuvmf -- 1 , B soon as new corn will do to mill. BOONE COUNTY MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. . I EH 4 T THE EVENING MISSODRIAN", MPS PAY, NOVEMBER 26, ltl7. Page Six h &A. t. &? v- m MER? CITY AND CAMPUS Mrs. V. 0 Vantis went lo Fulton today for a short visit before return ing to her home in Washington, D. C. H. A. LeRue, who is with the Port land Cement Company, was in Colum bia today to confer with Dean E. J, McCaustland. Mr. LaRue is doing highway work in Kansas. Miss Frances Brown, who spent the week-end at the PI Beta Phi house, re turned to Marshall today. Crossley "White of Kansas City, who spent yesterday at the Phi Delta The- At The MISSOURI UNION BUILDING Headquarters for Homecomers OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY' 8:30 P, M. Reception by Student Bod...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

John ti. Kstes u. cj. uo. here while on the way to -w Monroe, where he has a con as second, lieutenant In the CJ r Ullery. f -' S MARKET ERS FOR YOUR ' 'ING SUPPLIES I'ENJSON . 1 TURKEYS DUCKS GEESE l EAtf M BROILERS S I'RYIXG CHICKENS k A SPRING LAMB jgiL PRIMERIB BEEF ROAST PORK LOIN Qlg ROAST LEG OF VEAL gf OYSTERS pT LOBSTERS U FISH OF ALL KINDS BOONE COUNTY FARM SAUSAGE S CALIFLOWER RED CABBAGE : CARROTS EGG PLANT CUCUMBERS ES TURNIPS JS GREEN BEANS WJV MELONS RI-ES, PLUM PUDDING, LAGA GRAPES, FARD 3S, LAYER FIGS, CALA IS, MALAGA RAISINS. KLES, FRUIT CAKES, TON BROWN BREAD, early. We will take care t. Phone 165. JS MARKET" Sanitation Reigr: Supreme" THE EVENING MISSOURIAN .V1 rt-t,f '.a n : - 1. j TENTH YEAR 1 i! : IKFACING HARD II ,F!GHT,SAYSSCHULTE fCfl &:! COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1917. NUMBER 63 i ' i Hall Theatre Helen Groe DOW" ver staged oceeds to Len. The ieen large. Tuesday, ;daj', Nov. at theatre few good first 15 !cony50c. v T-Io" tr Tin ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

here while on the way to Fortress Monroe, where he has a commission as second! lieutenant In the Coast Ar says: "Bill's hair Is as black as coai and -Kathleen's, my other child. Is al most a perfect old gold, so you see we are real M. U. people." "rne women qrme nome econumics ; ooumis 'UUV WCTIIW7I "" """" I . - ,, nAtaKI oml ihalnrriinflnrp. rneT were tuiauuu repiure departmenf are Invited to the meet ing. The Homecoming parade will be the chief topic for discussion. ordered similar bcnners. a11 schools. i Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, XOTEMBER S7, 191". CHURCHES TO UNITE INSERVICETHURSDAY Offering Will Be Taken for Relief of Syrians and Armenians. REV. HAYNE TO SPEAK Refugee Writes of Cruelties Practiced Against His People by Turks. Union Thanksgiving services of all the Protestant churches will be held at the Christian Church at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning. The Rev. S. W. Hayne will be the speaker, and there will be special music. An offer ing will be made for the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1917. HOW WE SHALL CELEBRATE A WAR TIME THANKSGIVING f""" Page Three r - -J fit - - -SiaE ; at home has been suggested by Miss Stanley: Oyster Cocktail Ripe Olives Celery Roast Hen Sweet Potatoes Candied Cauliflower (with maple syrup) Cranberry Jelly Hot Rye Rolls Grape Fruit Salad Cornmeal Cheese Wafers Mince Pie With Mousse Salted Nuts Coffee CITY AND CAMPUS The Thanksgiving celebration will be unique this jear for several rea sons In the first place, there will be 'a celebration in France, too, and many of those who will eat Thanks giving dinner there are men who gathered with loved ones around the borne board last Thanksgiving, It will be a novelty for France as well as Jor the soldiers. In the United States, the celebra tion will be different, in more ways than one, from any preceding Thanks giving. It is not only that there will be some vacant chairs this year, but there will be evidence, also, of the part which the folks at home...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

r0m&.. ,- - ,..: m r v Page Four THE ETENIXG MISSOPBIAS, TOES PAT, KOTEMBER 27. 1917. A THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is exduslTelr en- -...- . .. . nnntillMtlnn OT All news dispatches credited to It or not .1 t .-.. .hla Ti.nAr una nl!IO the local news published herein. i-iilll.lied every erenln (except Saturday and hunilmy) and Sunday moraine ux The MU.onrUn Aitoclatlon. Incorporate . ed, Columbia. Ma. ultlce: Virginia Building. Downstairs ruoues: uusiness uj; iic.-i Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, . as second-class mall. City: Year, J3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. Ur mall In Boone County: lear, SL2j; 0 mouths, S1.75; 3 months, 90 cents, nutilde of Boone County: lear, ilH. 3 uiuutha, $13; month, V cents. National Advertising Representatives: c-arpenter-Scheerer Co, itlh Avenue ttulldlug New York; Peoples uas Bulld- ,g, Chicago. (i()VEK.MET BY THE 3IANY The course of action to be followed by the true Am...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

T!5r "ZTg-r"' 'vJ'jwy-'WjwapMftv'KJ'; .' 1 I - -. ...i '"-r? ' T "" -STW f'' ' " ' e?5TJjHMBR3 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1917. Page the sShmThere to get recruitsjor navy c Frazier Says Service Of fers Unusual Opportuni ties in War Time. HERE UNTIL FRIDAY Sixteen Columbians Have Applied 12 Have Passed Preliminary Test. - prazier, a seaman from the rnited States Xavy. is here recruit ,., for the Navy He will be here un i Friday morning and urging those ,o contemplate entering the Xavy to see him. The Xavy. Mr. Frazier says, will be jOOOOo' strong in another year, and is now ottering opportunities that it did not oiler in peace times. The ap prentice seaman, radio sen ice mid the engineering branch are th three divisions open to the landsman. Ad vancement in any of these Is much easier now than in 4imes ot peace, rttrtmont is Tor four years, but uhen peace comes the Xavy will have to be cut to 72.000 and many of the men will be discharged. December 15 marks the time...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 November 1917

J maMntj. F3 fiil " - - - ' . " ..." - - '- - ' - ' " Br , 8i& V w i !!i!i" - ! " T 1 CHECKER OFFER j I Vntlnnnl Urmitnck Market.- J I I , I i I I ! THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIAS, TUESDAY, XOTEXBER 27, 1917. NATIONAL 8TOCK TAIIDS. EAST ST. LOUIS. 111., November 27, 1917. The llrt fitock market for today a m fiillons: Hoc receipts 13,000. Market, Lower. IJchtN. l7.2r.e17.50. I'Irk, ioa?ia73. Jllxeil and butcliern. 17J0?17.ft-. iood beary. 17.5517.70. Hulk. ?17ja0?l7.CT.. Cattle receipts 0,500. .Market. Steady. Native beef teer, $S015.7S Vesirllns steers and heifers, $70?l."."iO. Cons, ?11. Stookeri and feeilers, &SO0$11. Texas quarantine steers, ?j.i tfi$10 Prime Soutbern beef steers. JMiJl-'.Tr, Ileef eons and helfer, fflQflO. I'rlme yearllus steers and lielfers. $7.50 asio. Nathe eales, $5 75 (3 $1.1 25 Sbeep receipts l,sn. Market, Steady. Ijmli. UZlf-. Rne $1S$11. Wethers. $ll3$i:i5. Canueiti and Chopper,. $50$S.5i STILL OPEN Kansas Has So Far Failed to .Missouri's Challenge. Kan...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

'"jl" " ";W fc- 'il'U' '&i&ri II MMM MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1917. NUMBER 64 -S??P' ' ' 1 TBI II i ' pBC' 1 A w unMrrniviiNR P&n&nr k-. r ILL BE BEST EVER Longer Course Necessary to Handle Event Tomorrow v Starts at 9 O'clock. POSITIONS ASSIGNED All Departments and Many Student Activities to Be Represented. A parade so long that a now and longer course had to be selected will gurt at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning from the corner of University and College avenues as an important part of the celebration or Homecoming Day when th Kansas and Missouri foot ball teams will meet in their annual clash "From reports I have receiv ed 'said C. D. Stephenson, who is in charge of the parade, "the procession will be the longest and most impres sive ever arranged here. We plan to start the parade prompuj uu nmu u hone all the schools will have their sections arranged by 8:30 in the morning, if possible." For the benefit of the visiting...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

HSajte-$WV ; -THWt THE ETENIKG MISSODKIAX, TFEDKESPAY, KOTEMBEB S8, 1917. Tomorrow They're All Coming Back Columbia Welcomes Sons and Daughters of Old M. U. With a Feeling of Pride in the Many New Features of Civic Development She Has to Show Them. She Is Better Than Ever Able to Entertain. !5pS7 . I Page Two . r ' JIMMIE EXTENDS TO ALL THE VISITORS TO COLUMBIA A HEARTY WELCOME. HE STILL OPER ATESTHE College Inn WITH A FULL LINE OF CAN DIES, CIGARS, LUNCHES AND HOT AND COLD DRINKS. .&r To the Old Graduate, The Missouri and Kansas Rooters -:" And to the Prospective Student ' ' The DANIEL BOONE TAVERN extends a hearty" welcome. Columbia's $175,000 hostlery was built partly that visitors to Mis souri University might properly be entertained. A Special Assembly Dance Thursday Night. THE DANIEL BOONE TAVERN F. W. LEONARD, MANAGER TAVERN BILLIARD PARLORS Billiards, Pocket Billiards, Cigars and Candy. New Equip ment. Perfect Ventilation. First-class Service. FRANK SMITH PROPRIETOR FRAN...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

tTlfti CITY AND CAMPUS Louise N. Bowman, 809 College avenue, left last night for his home at King City, where he will spend Thanksgiving. Miss Ruth Hale of Laddonla Is here visiting her cousin. Miss Laura Snede fcer, and her brother, Howard Hale. jlls's Hale ?vas a student in the Uni versity last year. Allen George of Belton will be the jrtek-end guest of his brother, Garnett Gorge, at the Farm House. jewel Harker, a student In the Uni versity of Kansas, and Wallace Blair of Belton will bo the guests of janlo'r Holloway, 1207 Paquln street, during the week-end. 0 H. DeWolf who received his B. S. in Agriculture last year and who was among the first drafted men to go from here to Camp Funston, will be here for the Missouri-Kansas game. Charles Gooch. a student in the Col lege of Arts and Science of the Uni versity, left yesterday for .his home near Clinton. He expects to enter the third officers' training camp. Edward C. Kessler, a student in the University last year, is spending the ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

-IIP I n h ' I f r I 6. & . s Ri r it I ' rv & bers of the wedding party will assist. The house will be decorated in chrysanthemums. The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will ge a dinner party this evening for Miss Helen Williams, Captain John Rhodes, Miss Margaret Fopue and Miss Martha Fulton. Jf" Page Four 1- KANSAS -SUFFRAGISTS HERE FRIDAY a 'llMiBlHllflflHlHHHI1 wmi-ii flBHH Kfag A . riSMJlBBBBBW I Jtrs. Kdnard E. Yagsnr, a THE EYEXISO MISSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY. XOYEMBEB 28. 1917. Mrs. J. P. McBalne gave a lunch con today in honor of Miss Helen Williams and the members of her bridal party. The table was decorated with chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart are entertaining the following guests over the Thanksgiving holidays: R. P. Royce of Davis, Cal.. Donald and No- ,land Chapman o( Chtllicothe, J. H. Pierson of Kansas City, J. R. and Robert Stewart, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart, Miss Mary Grace Seay of Lexington and Miss Alice Grace of Chillicothe. 3frs. Henry Ware A...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

HS. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1917. Page Fire K THE "FORM CHART' FOR TOiMORROW'S FOOTBALL GAME THE MISSOUKI TEAM Player and Home. Paul Hamilton, Harrlsonville W. N. Kider, Kansas City Henry B. Bass, Enid, Okla W. K. Collins, Lathrop C. H. Slusher, Lexington Harry Viner, Kansas City J. H. Marshall, Charleston D. W. Chittenden, Brookfield .. G. Cross, Lathrop Tom Berry, Belton 4 E. L. Morris, St. Joseph E. M. Kolb, Joplln g " q Age. .. 21 22 20 .. 22 .. 21 - 21 20. .. 20 19 23 20 Position. Tackle Fullback Tackle George Stevens, Kansas City W. L. Kirkpatrick, Orrick E. V. Schrpder, St. Louis J. B. Ewing, Nevada J. Urie, Kansas City J. T. Pearson, Columbia E. G. Schroeder, St. Joseph E. F. Edwards, St. Charles H. A. Mattingly. Charleston H. Collins, Lathrop .;. M. C. Bahr, Helena Ralph Wilson. Richmond 21 20 20 19 21 21 21 IS 20 21 21 Halfback .. End ' Fullback End Tackle Halfback Guard Quarter Center Quarter Guard Wt. .175 132 170 ..153 154 157 .163 160 133 173 15...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

53 J f rge six 5 THK F.TKMKO MISSOUltlAlf, rTEPXESDAY. KOVEMBEB SB, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN - "r th "-" fe8tI- Innumerable blessings have been America's throughout the last year. Though the clouds of darkness hover temporarily ocerhead the light of the dawn ot a greater breaking and it is time to rejoice, to praise, to give thanks. ..e.ien nr issnCMATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is "d"'1"1, ".J titled to the use for republication of all or dispatches credited to It or not otheri credited lu Uis paper and also the local news published herein. The MIootUn Association. Incorporai d, Columbia. Mo. Office: VljBtala B-IWgK., 4wntalr8 Phones: Business 53; News, -. Entered at the postoffice. Columbia. Mo, as second-class mall. City Year. M3: 3 months. L0O; month. Br4'MnCSoJne::CoutnW: Year tiSSi 8 raonthsjLTo: 3 months. 90 cents OuUide Tot Iloone County: Year, : 3 uuuiuc " !, is rents. niotnus. !. . """" National Advertising Keprese nUtt : ftsKK'SrSr: opiJs's tt t.iir. Chicaco. THE O...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

"" .' ' ' i . MMrrTTTir' 'i mil III """'- z raawnf mbj "'H.IWWWUMfcJ'U, .lUMUJWWItmmiil ','. 1- W WW WV""--' "WWE-"i g"'1 'W'i!. -wpy ?py ,z -,t?sP8F : "5&T- -" ' r j THE EYEXIXG 3HSS0URIAX, WEDNESDAY, XQTEMBEB 28, 1917. Page Sertti MENU 0ster Cocktail Ripe Olhes Celery Roast Hen L Sweet Potatoes Candied Cauliflower (with maple sirup) Cranberry Jelly Hot Rye Rolls Grape Fruit Salad Cornraeal Cheese Wafers Mince Pit With Mousse Salted Nuts Coffee Thsinktfro M" -cg03rhLJ WKX inner The Business Concerns on This Page Tell You How to Fare Well, Wisely and Patriotically. Menus Are Suggested by the Home Economics Department of the University of Missouri. MENU Roast Hen Sour Cucumber Pickles Celery i Sweet Potatoes Candied . (with sorghum or corn syrup) , ( String Beans ' n Cornbread Apple, Nut, Celery Salad Corn Sticks r Pumpkin Pie Salted Peanuts Coffee SOMEHOW THE VERY WORD THANKSGIVING MAKES YOU THINK OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT Turkey, Pumpkin Pic, Plum Pudding! Bujt these things come on...

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