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Carol Club, Which Will Give Operetta Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
CAROL CLUB, WHICH WILL GIVE OPERETTA TOMORROW From Left to Right First row Kathleen Kennedy, Ruth Philips, Martha Sebastina; second row: May , Sibyl Pommer, Lela Howat, Henrietta Bowman, Arretta Watts and Catherine Price; third row: Artilia Prather, Iva Thomas, Grace Campbell, Candace Lhamon, Colquith Newell, Lucille Rhodes, Lillian Ochsner.
Chess Victory to Captain Smoke? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
CHESS VICTORY TO CAPTAIN SMOKE? First Tournament at the Columbia Club Has Nearly Ended. THE RULES ARE ENFORCED Dr. Paul Schweitzer Still Has a Chance But Probably Will Get Second. Captain Samuel A. Smoke, chairman of the house committee of the Columbia club, has practically won the chess tournament started by him two weeks ago. Smoke has played all of his games, while Dr. Paul Schweitzer, his nearest competitor, has yet to play ten games of which he can lose only two in order to win. Of the twenty-five games played, Mr. Smoke has won 17 1-2 games and lost 7 1-2 games. Prof. Schweitzer has lost 5 1-2 games. Six members are playing in the tourney which is the first of its kind organized by the Columbia club. The other players are: Curtis B. Rollins, member of the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri; the Rev. Dr. W. W. Elwang, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Columbia; Judge John D. Lawson, dean of the School of Law, and Prof. Percy Bordwell, and member of the law facul...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
For Sale or Rent: 7 room new brick house in Ingleside. Apply at onece. Roy Beery, phone 295. Spring is Here. See our line of new Woolens before you buy that spring suit $15 to $30 Roy Beery Tailor 22 South 9th St. Phone 295 The Newlyweds and their kid and everybody else eat Nadja Caramel Chocolate and Pin Money Gum Drops made by the Blanke- Wenneker Co. on sale trest every day at The CO-OP. Growing in popularity We make and sell more Fine candies every day than any two local confectioneries KOLUMBIA KANDY KITCHEN north 8th st. The flavor ingers, the aroma lingers, the pleasure lingers, you will linger over your flavory cup of Chase & Sanborn's 'Seal Brand' coffee Served at Harris 16 s. 9th st. on sale at Nowell's
Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
SOCIETY The Sigma Chi fraternity gave its annual dance at Entertainment hall last night. The room represented a miniature China town. The ceiling was covered with blue and old gold, the fraternity colors. From this hung Chinese festoons and hundreds of Chinese lanterns Incense was burned during the evening. For the “pin dance” all the lights were turned out except those in a large Sigma Chi cross at the north end of the hall. The favors for the men were silver match cases with a dragon design. The girls received sandalwood fans. A three-course luncheon was served. The ice cream was moulded as roses, the fraternity flower. The dance cards were of black leather with a Chinese coin on a cord fastened to each. The chaperones were: Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Judge and Mrs. J. D. Lawson, Mrs. G. B. Dorsey, Miss Laura January, Mrs. J. C. Ogilvie, Mrs. J. W. Gray, Mrs. S. G. Sandusky. Out-of-town guests were: Misses Julia Sandusky, Louise McComb, Laura Bannister, Carolin Webb, Aileen Davidso...
Students in Miracle Plays [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
STUDENTS IN MIRACLE PLAYS “Abraham and Isaac” and “Noah’s Wife” to Be Given Here April 24. Two miracle plays, “Abraham and Isaac” and “Noah’s Wife,” are to be given April 24 in the university auditorium. The plays have been modernized but the mediaeval spirit and settings are to be preserved. R. L. Ramsey, instructor in English, has arranged a mediaeval stage. Students are designing the costumes of the middle ages when the miracle plays were given and T. Carl Whitmer is training the students who are to sing the musical parts. The historical possibilities of the two plays, the combination of the tragic, comic and serio-comic afford an opportunity for students interested in dramatics. The cast follows: “Abraham and Isaac.” Abraham, W. W. Richeson; Isaac, Mildred Bell; Sara, Hazel Kirk; Doctor, L. B. Hohman; First Angel, Nelle Ramsay; Second Angel, Fay Jarman; Third Angel, Catherine Wells; First Servant, Max Ravitch; Second Servant, Clarence Egelhoff. “Noah’s Wife.” Noah, Royal Fillmor...
Southern Club's First Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
SOUTHERN CLUB’S FIRST DINNER Gatherings Will Be Held Annually on Jefferson’s Birthday. The All-Southern club, an organization of students at the University of Missouri from the Southern states will give its first annual dinner tonight at the Gordon hotel. The dinner will be made an annual event on Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, April 13. Walter Williams, dean of the School of Journalism will respond to a toast on Jefferson. The menu tonight will include many dishes which Southerners like.
Faculty Men in a Golf Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
FACULTY MEN IN A GOLF TOURNEY A Handicap Match is Being Arranged for This Spring. GOLF STICK THE PRIZE Qualifying Round is to Be Played About May 15-How They Will Pair A handicap golf tournament is to be held on the golf course south of Columbia by faculty men of the University of Missouri this spring. A prize, the best golf club in stock, is offered to the winner by Elmer Garey, manager of the University Co-operative Store. The qualifying round will be played about May 15. A series of three pair matches will be played April 24, May 1 and May 8. The handicapping will be based on the scores made in the preliminaries. The best player and poorest player will be paired, the second best and the second poorest, and so on until all the golfers are paired in the preliminaries. The sum of the strokes of the partners will be taken as the score of the pair. The matches will be scored by points, one point to be given for each hole won and one point for the best medal score on the first nine hol...
A Chicago Alumni Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
A CHICAGO ALUMNI CLUB The New Organization Now Has Sixty-Five Members. The alumni of the University of Missouri who now live in Chicago organized a club there recently. Miss Clara Schmidt who was graduated at the university here in 1905 was elected secretary. The club has sixty-five members. University day will be celebrated by a dinner April 17 instead of April 19 so that Isidor Loeb of the University of Missouri may be toastmaster and also be in St. Louis for the alumni dinner there.
First Class Game Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
FIRST CLASS GAME TOMORROW Eighteen Contests Scheduled in Inter-Class Baseball Series. The first game of the inter-class baseball series will be played tomorrow. Little practice has been done by any of the teams except the freshmen. The freshman squad of thirty-five men has been going through hard practice for the last week under the direction of C. E. O’Bryne. Following is the schedule of games: April 14-Seniors vs. Juniors. April 15-Sophomores vs. Freshmen. April 17-Seniors vs. Sophomores. April 17-Juniors vs. Freshmen. April 19-Seniors vs. Freshmen. April 20-Juniors vs. Sophomores. April 22-Seniors vs. Sophomores. April 23-Juniors vs. Freshmen. April 24-Juniors vs. Sophomores. April 24-Seniors vs. Freshmen. April 26-Seniors vs. Juniors. April 27-Sophomores vs. Freshmen. April 29-Juniors vs. Sophomores. April 29-Seniors vs. Freshmen. May 3-Seniors vs. Juniors. May 5-Juniors vs. Freshmen. May 10-Seniors vs. Sophomores. May 12-Sophomores vs. Freshmen.
Opportunities for Teachers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
Opportunities for Teachers. Oklahoma has just established three new state Normals and other schools. This will cause a great number of vacancies over the state. There will be opportunities for two hundred teachers and superintendents with salaries from $800 to $3,000 per year. I expect to run a private Teachers’ Agency and can put you in a good position. Write me at once. Terms Reasonable. Two dollars will enroll you for my assistance. E. G. Alexander, Superintendent of City Schools, (adv.) Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
"On to Capital"-Suffragettes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 21 May 1909
“ON TO CAPITAL”-SUFFRAGETTES Women Go to Springfield to Lobby for Suffrage Law. By United Press. Chicago, April 13. A special train carrying more than 100 suffragettes left here, at 10 o’clock this morning for Springfield, Ill. The women will plead with legislators to pass the woman’s suffrage bill. They will make speeches from the rear platform of the train on the way.
The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Way of Our World i A A 7000 fire in St. St Louis Lits was wasby w by a short circuit in an a refrigerator Blaire Belloc has hs been awarded French Legion of Honor a rare lor an au English writer Master of Rolls in England It making an effort to have all records preserved by surveyors sur Plans for or the manufacture of new parachute silks were presented to at Washington recently by manufacturer of one clUen en in to Arca Arca a Calif has moral to give live correspondence lesIn les- les lesIn In tD nature iture for those the who cannot ns In the mountains ri Southern Railway England is isn n steel cros croas ties instead of and l 35 mlles mIles will soon be i with these ties J A patron of a St. St Louis barroom thirteen sandwiches in an effort convince police pollee that t he had or or- or d them and not liquor A man was killed recently in Chi when his coat tails caught in passing car and anti he was thrown t his own automobile I EA New Jersey stunt flier filer broke wrist when he fe...
Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
COMMENT 'S ON LIFE- The universe as a whole does dot i y suggest that there is some some- something thing behind Dr Hector Macpherson We have all learned the lesson Jesson of ot conciliation operation co-operation and good goodwill goodwill will without which progress in rn the world is b impossible Stanley Stanley Baldwin
And some Verse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE Good New News It Let me ni be done for or good and anti all with news Of or a mad world proclaimed on every side by orators who thunder and deride ft And ADd bitter preachers shrieking I accuse And cynic quipsters scribbling to amuse amuse- Fierce wee colossi on mole hills astride Where is the unreal world which they abuse abu What means the torrent of their wordy pride for or there are folk in darkened city ity rooms Meet Meek souls in whom bright loving j I kindness blooms And there are folk on lonely toilsome Kind souls souis who ho live and die without j alarms In them t' eternal Gospel s speaks speak ak again And angels sing ins Peace and good-will to men Tertius van Dyke
Mercury down to Zero Here in Cold Wave [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
MERCURY DOWN TO ZERO HERE IN COLD WAVE Highest Temperature yesterday Was 18 Above MOrE SNOW PREDICTED Winter Weather General Over Middle West Today Columbia experienced its first firs zero weather of this winter wint r last when the mercury touched ex- ex ad fkr zero rrt to to the U. U S S. S Weather Bureau here New Years Year's Day Dag Da was ushered In with the coldest weather we of the season as 18 degrees abo zero was wa-s the highest temper temperature ur at any time yesterday I A e cold wave which I reacted here early Tuesday morning was accompanied by a inch 3 snow It 9 degrees below zero on New Nem I Yea Day a 6 year ago Columbia was folder older last than either eithe Kansas City or St. St Louis with 1 10 or Springfield Mo with 6 ti abo abo I Inc asing cloudiness with proba proba- probable probable ble slow sw flurries is forecast for to tonight to- to toI tonight I night i with rising temperature to to to- I morn The mercury is not riot ex ex- expected exi i e to go below ...