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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 October 1916

iiBijnBBHjBiSi r , 7 , THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY-, OCTOBER 20, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 42 TIGERS TO BUTTLE UNDER CLEAR SKIES Ideal Weather Forecast for Game Tomorrow Mass Meeting Tonight. i C. L. BREWER TO TALK Clyde Williams Also Will Make Speech Music by Ames Quartet. The weather man has promised practically all that could be desired of him for the Missouri-Ames game to morrow. He has given his word that when the whistle blows at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the weather will be fair and warmer, but not too warm for the best efforts of the players. Of ficials will be: referee. J. C. Grover; umpire. E C. Quigley; headlinesman, Dr. J. A. Reilly. Rooters' quarters have been as signed; the upper classmen to sec tions G to H, and freshmen to sec tion P. Neither team has been defeated or even scored on this season. In her two games, Missouri has defeated Central 40 to 0, and Washington 13 to 0. Ames has won from Teachers Col lege 29 to 0, Highland Park 19 ...

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. — 20 October 1916

jnfHHMHHHMHHflHHKfiBflHHPlHHHHHHffi x Ippt BEy'v Kfi-. ' THE DAILY MISSOCRUN. FJBIDAT, OCTOBER 29, 1M6. r J v ( -j . -. b'ub 'B-waa . - - .. . E& B. ' -, .. . .... - , i I JOHX JUDEX TOWERS TO MABKY rt CITY AND CAMPUS D Bl I UUIUV 1ft V I SOCIETY NOT M: a RL cmton a graduate of the IJIUV 11111 Ufll IIUT0 Eg School of Engineering in 1905. la visit- MAIIf MfW VI II lft A fr-l . f r i, 1 t 'i r I t 6H C M. Clifton, a graduate of the School of Engineering in 1905, la visit ing friends here. Mr. Clifton motored from his home in Kansas City yester day. He reports the roads to be in rery bad condition. Mrs. J. H. Garth returned to her home In Kansas City this morning after a few days visit with relatives in Colombia. Mrs. Will Squires returned to her home in Moberly this morning after visiting her father Mr. James Squires. Miss Ethel Hamley, a student in the University, is spending the week-end with her parents In St Louis. Mrs. W. M. Miller returned 'to her home in Chicago this mornin...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 October 1916

rrr -- '--" ,i - PPwSIBl!SHBHBIPis' THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf, FBID AY,. OCTOBER 20, 1916. PageTkre ARE YOU READY 1 Make Your Room More Cozy .-. For Decorations We Have. Missouri Pennats, aU kinds,. Missouri Pillow Tops, all kinds, Pennats for all Departments Wall Banners, Wall Skins, Kodak Books, Memory Books, Posters framed Pictures our specialty. Pictures Framed to Order Virginia Building Prices Are Always the Lowest Here Joe Janousek's Art Shop Virginia Building . -, mmaum Just Arrived Direct From Dublin H3 jgwai JVe Have the Kind . of Cigars Tobacco, Pipes, Magazines You Want Virginia Pharmacy Virginia Building JS V OUR NEW IMPORTATION OF Irish Poplin Neckwear Something exclusive in COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS In Blue, Green and Pink Stripes and French Flannels Gordon 4 Koppel Style Originators. Colombia Kansas City FOOTBALL Rollins 4 Saturday October 21, at 3 p. m. Remember theTexas Game Novem ber 4 Home Coming Day. In vite your friends and relatives to come to Columbia at that time. M...

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 October 1916

"W fy."i V , 5v ' rV "Kk , - --'TX&r fSfaJgS"! Pae For THE DAILY JCISSOURIAX, FMDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1918. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbllabrd errry rTcnlnc (except Saturday mod Sunday) mod Sunday moraine; by Th Mluourlan Auoclatlon, Ineorporat rd, Columbia, Mo. Frank H. Klnf-, rmldrnt and Editor; A. O. Hlnmaa. Botlimi Manarr. N Address ell communications to TUB DAILY MISSOUniAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News. 274. Entered at the postoffice, Colombia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, VUM; month, 25 cents; copy. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan recelrea the dispatches f the United Press Associations. KEEPING UP PAYING Every city of medium population has Us problems in the maintenance of street paving. One is the problem of how the streets are to be kept in repair after they are laid. Columbia is not unlike other cities in this respect. The street paving in this city is paid for by the property o...

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 October 1916

is! A THE DAILI MSSOUBIAy. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ft, ll&, Fae Fire SPORT Missouri Wilder, re No. 22 Mulr, rt No. 3 Preston, rg No. 5 Hamilton, c No. 8 Ames packer, le No. 16 gchalk. It No. 8 Breeden, lg No. 7 Barker, c No. 2 Erskine, rg No. 4 McAnaw, lg. No. 6 Denfield, rt No. 11 Groves, it No. 4 Neal re No. 36 Glltner, le No. 7 Sloss, qNo. 14 Stankowskl, q No. 9 Palee. In No. 16 McMillan, rh No. 15 ' Albrlch, rh No. 5 Collins, lh No. 25 Heater, f No. 15 Rider, f No. 12 This is the way the two teams will fone up for the fray at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon, although the back field of the Tigers may be changed slightly, depending on the weather conditions. Both teams have prac tically the same men that played last Saturday, the exceptions being Neal in place of Jones for the Iowans and Groves for Van Dyne on the Bengals, which means that the teams have been weakened equally. Weight Estimates Are Varied. Estimates as to the comparative weight of the opposing elevens hae been so varied...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 October 1916

"',?qmM'?!m&"- '1 r -i . i t at. waaj Page Six'" THE DAILY M1SS01IBIAX. FBIPAY, OCTOBER 8 HH. LIKES COMMISSION GOVEB5ME!Tr graft and miscarriage of the people's I Will, r roiessor oneparu iuiu ma i;iiub Prof. W. J. Sbepard Tells Class It Is Best Form for Cities. To sweep away the complexity and confusion of the machinery of mu nicipal government and give the re sponsibility into the hands of a few who can be really held accountable to the pcoplo is the surest way to secure efficiency in municipal administra tion, according to Walter J. Shepard, professor of political science and pub lic law in the University. "The old form of municipal gov ernment, consisting of mayor, alder men and council, leads to corruption. in American government yesterday, "We are getting away from the old Idea of the equilibrium or separation of powers. We are coming to believe In' giving large chunks of power to an individual so that he can accom plish something; and at the same time we have someone to h...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 October 1916

r l THE DAILY MISSOURI AN " 1 NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER .22, 1916 EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 43 1 HOW THE QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR MISSOURI- UNION BUILDING WILL LQOK WHEN ERECTED H kSS'-4pB nESJHflM MpwHfc Lufc4ci igjlBW fy ,:-!rKr'rMBBBBr' vaKyflWF? t.LsfcfcSifcLs.Ls.LsMniii ll Drawn by J. P. Jamleson. University Architect. ; Jj in 1 ihpup5 Fnnwi v""'T.:"z.""- m union riiii niHfi 11 1 ips PflRCFfi rark 1 JyiK.wnrH hfmk I Lll U lilUIILU I IIUIII Missouri O.Iowa Aggies p 111. II UI1IUI1 UUIL.UIIIU lltulLU I vnwvu wnvii For Columbia and Vicinity: Fair Sun- ",,,w" llfcl-Wll ' 3 UIULU JRML Ll! V Drake 13. Washington U. 0 Ul flUV nUU NIAIUrlHI IN KK n KD M- ternra" fl M I KM I II IH 1 III IUI lllll ! I lr llll I IS I 1 1 1 I I I ll I I I III II III I II a. J I I LJ 111 WJ J muB 1 I aTI 1 aLf 1 II I aaaa. nuurr vvuui.iuu. wj bb km ,bj 4" a UUflL. II 111-11 Ul llll L. LllUvJ I in (h Eat. '' lllll. i i-vmmi" Pressures are high and the weather fair mmt . HBaiiKi:iiitini:i ...

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 October 1916

j MBMMwl,sir"' y ' -: rs fcl FageTw TUB DAILY MISSOUBIAJT, SUWPAr MOBXEN'C OCTOBER'S, 1016 CITY AND CAMPUS Dr. I. L. Meriam, who was called to Randolph. Va., by the illness of his father. Is expected to return to Co lumbia today or tomorrow. His fath er's condition is improved but he is not yet out of danger. Mrs. E. L. Spence has returned to her home in Fulton, after having been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Robnett, 1509 East Broadway. Mrs. C. H. Vernon of Kansas City, will arrive today to visit her daugh ter,' Miss Annalee Vernon, at the Pi Beta Phi house. Misses Glory Kirk and Virginia Wood, both students in the University, are spending the week-end In Kansas City. P. C. Simmons, who was graduate from the Unlversitv in isn - , -- - - wuu ujjn employed by the Con P. Curran Print- ling Company of St. Louis, is in Co lumbia. Cave Johnson of Mexico, . Mo., a former student in the University, is a week-end guest at the Sigma Nu house. Mrs. A. H. Reddlng'-ot Webb City a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 October 1916

TWi i 3 St I V Fall weather with an edge to It sharpened the contest at Rollins Field - resterday afternoon, and a returning sun shed new light on some of the ""V Lker problems that shadowed the discussions here of the Federation of ffomen's Clubs. A club meeting Is a society event, plus for. as one of the members said, jou can't do anything to society without being social. Co lombia hostesses are entertaining the delegates, many of them prominent 0ut-oMown club women, but not nearly so much, they say. as the delegates -,re entertaining them. Indeed, it is one of the charms of the modern club ,ronian that she can both point a moral jieanwhile Unicrsity circles re ve merrily on. It was a farmer wd his lass at the Barnwarming Fri toj night four hundred of them, in II stages of overall and gingham. It its impossible to retain any rags -of dignity when the unhersal cry was, On with the dance; let Joy be un refined," but it was all a mere rural masquerade, as attested by the chape rons. ...

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. — 22 October 1916

TF7IW7?W&8? Tv riMiiniLJmpiJ'SllTnnTCT"g-f-Jl" JfPM wAxi'lijam!nm?rl,m22!ETm7mm "S-f ' rpxga&m r Page Four THE DAILY MISSOUBIAlf, SIUrPAT. XOBXIXG, OCTOBEB 23, 1916 SPORT NEWS and COMMENT If yesterday's game had been played under the Marquis of Queenaberry rules there would hare been a declsjon for the Tigers. According to the games' statistics the Tigers outpointed the Cyclones In three of the four rounds and put up a stiff battle in the J fourth. Here Is a detailed account of the game: First Quarter. Missouri defended the east goal. gained 2 yards but Stankowski's at tempt around left end lost 4 yards. Rutlcdge in running the. ball back to the center of the field lost 8 yards. Mulr missed his third attempt at field goal, the ball going slightly to one side of the goal posts. On a double pass Wilder threw the Ames runner back for 6 yards. No gain In two plays forced Sloss to punt. PIttam broke through the Ames line for 14 yards. Rider made 4 yards and Pittam 1. Hamilton kic...

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. — 22 October 1916

taw- llJana;ylV'.'"l1fei5r THE DAILY MISSOURIAU, SUKPAY MOBSINfi OCTOBER 22, 1910 Page Fire 39 ANNUAL BARNWARMIN6 DECIDEDLY INFORMAL Overalls and GIhghams the Style at Agricultural Students' Party. 900 PERSONS ATTEND Miss Mamie, Holt Is Harvest Queen Part of Enter tainment Outside. Jonathan Corntassel came to town Friday night and held forth at the Barnwarming in Rothwell Gym nasium, where nine hundred stalwart farmer boys and buxom maidens were his guests. Arrayed in overalls, dairy suits, sun bonnets and many colored aprons, the guests crowded the dancing floor to the music of the ten-piece orchestra from 3 o'clock at night until 1 o'clock the nest morning. For those who did not wish to dance a roaring bonfire was built on the cinder court west of the gymnasium, where, seated on bales of straw and protected from the wind by banks of sapplings, they con sumed large quantities of gingerbread, cider, marshmallows, "wienies," pumpkin pie. sandwiches and pickles. Songs, games, contests...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 October 1916

ii wmmm mm in ' SSSSS?"g'"!"3,S iOThb F- Pose Sir I Ki sit I r IH lis r ikt; t , THE DAILY MISSOUBIAlf, SUNDAY MOKNIMQ, OCTOBER 52, 1916 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PoblUbrd eT erenln (except 8tnrdr and Bandar) and Sunday moraine by The Mlatonrlan Aoclatlon. iBeonwrat rd, Colombia. Mo, Frank H. Klnr, Prmldrnt and Edilorj A. O. Hlnman, BualDrsa Manager. Address all communication to TUE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pbones: Business, 65; News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Tear. 12Z0; month. 23 cents; copyB cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, t 30 cents. The Mlsaonrlan recelyes the, dispatches ( the United I'ress Associations. COUNTRY CHURCHES Along with many other things In this progressive age, the country church Is undergoing some definite changes, materially as well as spiritu ally. Though there has been, and still is, much opposition to the movement for consolidation of the creeds under one r...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 October 1916

I; - - THE DAILY MISSOURUK, SUNDAY MOByiKG, OCTOBEB 82, 1916 " . . Page Swa ' -H ROLLINS FIELD PRESS BOX A BUSY PLACE CI .A SSI FI FT) ctri,""c"w '"- .-BTl'm J 1HC ymm ADVERTISEMENTS .v swu ssr-fcrs - 9 ??i2 Tt.it r ,J t. .. 8ult Purchaser. Mri. J. D. E1I1K T05 DfnctaB le$on glwen prlrately. 206 7X gaX v'vyi 0r Day FH0Be 5 M"ry'"l Place. Phone 729. E. 38-44. So""1 Eighth, "hone V7i Bed. 75 cent H !s::;&N S C $SHK!frSs BOOMS FOB RENT models Bpeed. Columbia Motor & Cycle v,WanteJ: Rooi all around cook. Apply st lB w s" . .Pvoc3ac5icxpOsSgKgBBHpBM3BiapK8a nw i .1A . peron. p. care of allaaonrlan. S.3T'tf. nee Mr. Scott nt mvt s ith r s 41.49 flH aMBd ,v'-i9it--HMia9itray''V vfjalrf- ffX f2 lfii .3?-t ern In every way. -Corner of Hudson and v&i&Sr-lP ' 3KSS&9S3fCXJS&S MW&Si SlWP& f-fbA' M -fL College are. Thone 180. W. 236-tr. y'w yvffMuim Ml zi Ii0ST ANn F0DXI) M?Jt . - J, gjHJ3SlirMJiLMV'ySbl'Jk 'ill Jk Tortoise rimmed folding nose glasops. tS?- L 5SaJ,...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 October 1916

...- i .u, -'MfcMMMBmilllllll'l' I IW Prc ElfM ' THE DAILTllSSODBIAy, SUNDAY MOBNIiffl, OCTOBER 52, 191f F-$fS&f 5F3 ' 5. ' K- It . -. .. ,.An0co inooren i win vnr livmv Rmi.nnifi 1 rpndinf and writine room, a men's of 60 .single p m it li. ImMIiIIII II xiavo uuimm. w.fcjj-i. . a.ja. ..i.ui, ,.-.. . K l LUkb HIM MI. VI Ulllll V . 1'liAAS AK UI.91UIIJ.1J pi - NOTED SINGERS PLEA Dr. Alma Powell to Advance Theory at Assembly Next Friday Night THE PUBLIC INVITED Press Highly Praises Interna tionally 'Famed Soprano's Performance. Mme. Alma Webster Powell, LL. B., Mus.B., A.M., Ph.tf., will give a lecture- musIcaIeattheAssemblyat7:30o'cIock j Friday- evening, October 27, In the University Auditorium. Doctor Powell, a prima donna soprano or interna tional reputation, has appeared before the royal operas of Berlin, Munich, Prague, and other European cities. The lecturc-musicale which she is now presenting to higher educational institutions of America, is in the na ture of a plea, for th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 October 1916

" THE DAILY MISSOURIAN v. NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1916 SIX PAGES CONSTANZA IS TAKEN BULGARIAN y Von Mackensen Captures the Most Important Seaport in Rumania. CUTS OFF RUSS AID Rapid Advance Taken to Mean That Allied Units Arc Demoralized. By United I'rcas BERLIN. Oct. 23. The Rumanian seaport of Constanza has been cap tured by Bulgarians, the official war office statement announced today. Ru mania's greatest seaport, fell before Field Marshal Von Mackensen's ar mies. The capture of the city is the great est single achievement of the Central Towers since Rumania entered the war eight weeks ago. The victory is held by German military men of more importance than all the gains made by the Allies since the beginning of the Somme offensive. Official dispatches from the Bulga rian and German war offices indicate that the Russo-Rumanians hae suffer ed a disastrous rout. Smashing northward along the Black Sea, the Mackensen armies oc cupied the Rumanian port of Taz...

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. — 23 October 1916

i&. KJ-.. K"fj K r fn- SPORT NEWS and COMMENT Saturday's football results were extremely meager in furnishing further information on the Missouri Valley teams. Drake's comeback against Wash ington was the only decisive game played,. and the only thing that it de cided was that Washington has about the poorest team in the Valley. Drake's chances shot up several degrees. The Ame's-Missouri combat, while spectacular and interesting at every point, was disappointing in that neither team could put forth the de termining punch. The Tigers outplay ed the northerners at every step, but did not show the accurate kicker or the dependable line plunger that could turn the tide of victory. Ames had a strong team for such a large number of new men, but neither the line nor the backs measured up to standard, though cny AND CAMPUS Miss Amy Schrock has gone to Kan sas City and Savannah to visit friends for a week. R. Boyd Bowman, a graduate of the School of Engineering in 1908 and now sales-mana...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 October 1916

THE DAI1Y MTSSOUMAy. MOMDAY, OCTOBER 2J, IMS. Page Three . K r .k. . B --,j nig IF jrou ask at our store for a warning signal for your car youll get a KLAXON a real KLAXON one with the Lovell-McConnell name-plate. We won't try to palm off on you a cheap imitation by CALLING it a Klaxon. We believe in selling you the signal that we KNOW after many years' experience is the BEST signal. We know it will make you a FRIEND of ours. Youll be SATISFIED. . Youll come back here for other things. Klaxons cost a little more than unknown, untried imitations, but when you compare the stuff that is A Few of the 24 Klaxon Models: $1 ?;. 'I 1 -r .. W $20 mm S UH KLAXON TypeS KLAXON qH IN them, the sound that comes OUT when you compare their WARNING POWER, their CARRY ING POWER, their PERMANENT guarantee, understand why more than three-quarters of a MILLION motorists have chosen them. Klaxons are the REAL THING in warning signals. And all real Klaxons have this name-plate: "the sign of a perfect sign...

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. — 23 October 1916

w , g, I ,.i?i y y f f.V'BJ wrsa- TC 'FT" r:?PlfS Jgf Si fFff?''- 7Tf- rrT" A . Sb fc ?" Page Fear THE DAILY MISSOURUK, MONDAY. OCTOBER 2, 116. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbllahed errry CTenlnr (except Saturday and Bandar) mud Snadajr nunilii by The Mlaaoarlan Aaaoelatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia. Ho, Frank H. Klnr. Trraldrat and Editor; A. O. lllnmaa. UQkinesa Jianarer. Address all communications to TIIE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pnones: Business, S3; News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. rear. SZSOl month. 23 cents: cour. S cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month. w ceuis. The Missourian receires the dispatches r the unuea rress Associations. SOME TIME BUT WHEM The former resident of Columbia returned after an absence of well, no one knows how long. A friend greeted him as he swung off the train. and they walked through the town to gether. Everything looked much the same to the visitor, and yet...

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. — 23 October 1916

THE DAILY 'MISSOPBLPT. JMOJfDAY, QCTOBIg 98, 1916. Page Flte RINGS STUDENTS TO CLASS 27,000 TIMES IN 10 YEARS yfcat would you think of a man who had rung the same bell approxi mately 27,000 times, or, eight and nine times a day for ten years, and juu not forgotten it once? This paragon of memory is Sergeant tfllliam H. Turner, janitor In Swltzler jfcll, formerly janitor in the Engi neering Building and Academic Hall. or do the" 27,000 ringings of the old fashioned, rope-swung bell which calls all of the students In the University to and from classes or reminds them when they are cutting include the times he has rung the five-minute bell i for convocation and the like. Before he vent to swuzier nan, sergeant Turner aers, two men were employ ed to ring the five-minute bell, while he does it without help. When asked how he managed never to forget, Turner replied that he does not leave his post of duty if he thinks he will not be back by the end of the hour. For the last two years the b...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 October 1916

fsszgxr"' v "-"jw! ? Pare Six. (A-i.itf.aJli: I THE JAILX -MlSSOPMAy, MONDAY, OCTOBER 88, 1816. DREAD BLUE BOOK DISAPPEARS Disturber of StHdents' Peace LpaTes Successor to Haaat Classroom.' The familiar "blue book" which U significant of certain Institutions In University life has been abolished. The quizzes, however, will obtain as in the past Students arc now being ac customed to seeing stacks of yellow books on the professor's desk when they come into the classroom on a morning when a quiz has been as signed. The psychological effect of yellow as compared to blue may or may not be favorable. If there are qualities in yellow that will replace the burning of the midnight oil or the gentle art of "cramming," the students are strong for the new color scheme. Un til this fact is established however, the saffron hued stack will find fa vor because it suggests the student's Idea of the quiz "The Yellow Peril." Will Hear H. W. Smith. H. W. Smith will speak, to' the Ad Point Club at 7 o'c...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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