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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1909. COLLEGE EXTENSION THE PI .WOULD GIVE LARGE j PRIZES FOR AERONAUTS ! FDR in BOOKS ARE MEN'S T m This is Recommendation in Report of Country Life Commission. Reading. International Association Votes to Set Aside $240,000. l.i.MW., Feb. !. The iiiti-rn.it iu- , al Association of Aeronaut-, whiih .p. .., u M fi 11 e lwld it berond -cx-ion hen-, adopted Ur- " " Marquess 1 ells OI a rc-olutioii that the Federation -hoiildj the Advantages of I millNl prize- to tin- allle of jy.iin.0O0 i for aviation and dirigible balloon-. The I resolution was pre-entcd liv l'rc-ident ; P CONDITIONS PROSPEROUS;"''-f the Aem ciui, of iteif.-iu,n. ESTIMATE OF THE BIBLE &3 I The film. n4 olltlimxl fnmiile- far n I I . . "Jln.iMiO gold cup a- a -pecial prize fori New Scheme ot education is nin machine-, and t.n mi,-, ..f .520. 1 Business Men Can't Afford to 1 000 eaeli, half of this number for dirig ible balloon- and half for tl iii-r m.i chine-, together w...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 February 1909

V UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1909. VARSITY NOTES Mi Marx Paton xxa- in the 3Iiiiiori.il ho-pital thin dax -. w-Utdax. I'arht i -li. 1. it John XV. MrAntiic. of .loplin. .Jiinioi Jjixxxfr. i- ill with tin- jfiip in the Par ker Mfitimial liO-iit;il. Ho (.ohiin;.'. of Mt. Vciiiuu. Mo. a Fie-hman. , in the Paihtr 3fimori.il ho-pital. lie i- fftifliriiiL' with an att.'uk of the j:rip. Mi Julia .uii a t ai luT in Mt pin n- iolh".e. uml tw.nl an op-ni- tion at tin- I'aik, i Mtinoiial ho-piial xe-tt td.tx m i n 1 1 i 1 1 lt. Mi I'.ail lliuit illation, a -uadua I the I'aik. i 31tiiioiial If it.il. i- auiiu: a- In ail iiui-e at tin ln-.ilal in tin .ib-eine oi Mi Shi, Id- who ha- pme to h.-r home in 3Iai oinli. Ill . foi a x.n.t- tjmi. RESULTS OF THE TRACK TRY-OUT . Another Meet Will Be Held at the Gymnasium Saturday. A tix out of i.imliilatf- foi -ome ot thf cm nt- 'f the imloor irat lv nmt wa in hi at I'othxxell :xnma-iiiiii atuidax liiiiht. 'I In- ffiil- aliil inoiil- i if ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 February 1909

UOTYERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLl'MK I COLUMBIA, 3IISSOUKI, WEDNESDAY, FEIJKUAKY lO, 1Oi XrJIIJEK S( & BOOKS JUMBLED WARMER HERE TOMORROW BOOM I The Fair Weather is to Continue, the ' Observer Says. MUSICAL COMEDY JUDGE LAWSGN ON S ,r:;:'::r5:i-:,r; BI LANTERN LIGHT THE LIBEL LAWS il i- lo U fair with ii-iii temp.-ia- riie Librarian Tells Why a tin.-. Th,- uinp.-iaiui," mIIow: .Gallery at Columbia Comes Dean of the Law Department ..... .. .... i f New ISuilcluifr is Needed '' " '" ' M- "' " i to the Rescue With "Old Gives First Lecture in .' I llionli; . . .i HE WOULD ESTABLISH FARM HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL HIGH Here. SOME VOLUMES STORED i .1. in. 7 .i. in. s :i. in. ! ii. 111. In a. in. . 1-2 1 p. in. . l." - p. in. . Is j: :; Missouri." Xew Course. DANCING IN DARKNESS ' FORTY STUDENTS IN CLASS STUDENTS WRITING EDITORIALS, rl he Crowded Condition Will , Picture Show at Church is Man's Reputation Is His Necessitate a Change Robin p. Gould in Charge of staff for i Also Interrupted When...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY JO, 1909. University Missourian I A k t'tnir rezvsfiiftr fublttnej at Colitvttxa Journalism tht L'ntzeritty of Jisaurt, SPIRIT OF THE NEWS Entered the jtostoltice at Columbia, Mo . as second-.:Iass mail matter. ""Tlicie can't be anv tumble between tin- United State- .ilnl l:li.m. beeatl-o the ie(lc (it lmtli nation- are ton in telligent to let the little -ipiabblc ill the California loyi-laluie become an SL'ISCKirTION-lmarialilj ill Advance: intel national all.lir." It i- ItoiMil tll.lt the folcyoiny -talclllclll by Admiral Ibiblex I). Evan- made in Chicayo v.--tei.lav will piovc a tine piophocy, but Hi mm- Oi-nc ! KiKim K. Atademic Hall. limn pie-cut . olldiliou- .the oppo-ito -coins to be the oa-e. The leyi-lat UK T' HUMAN SIDE OF DR. ELIOT THE true pei-onalitv ol rre-iueiu imore was miil-u a jaii iroru a high Charle- William Eliot of I larva id' place in the yard, and who. when the :. i ... l...t ."....- nf liw liit I- bnv died :i teu" h...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 February 1909

UNIVERSITY 3I1SSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1909. HERE ARE RULES COMING I-OUT PARTY SEATTLE ALUMNI USEFUL THINGS AS LONG CgL HEIBERGER FOR AWARD OFT1 FOR AN ELEPHANT TO M.U. VALENTINES Varsity Insignia Should Monkev Dinner is Outdone A Club Formed There to The Stock of Old Time . .. . i Excel in tHe f Represent the Highest j Bv "Society Circus" in Advertise University "Comics" is Small in Athletics. New York. of Missouri. This Year. SCHOLARSHIP COUNTS, TOO A LIVELY SET IS THERE I STRONG OF '97 PRESIDENT POPULAR BOOKS ARE SENT 1R W I itS r'1 H ll Mr Attitude Toward the Coaches and Captains Must Be Sportsmanlike. In-tnii toi- ol athletic te.inii and the .ipt.un- til" tin- team- of tin- Liiierily i Mi oini at a leient meeting ap- . -i'l tin- -i't of Mutilation already in lT- i lor tlif auatdinj: ot honor inig- ii.i Tin' i nil- follow : I in ".u-it inigiiia hotilJ tepro--ii' all ili.it i Iii:Iiet and be-t in iiiti-i olliiatc utlilrlic. It hoiill be u.iin mi! ! -mil men a aie thor u;...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. "VARSITY men can EARN $5 A DAY employment bureau at Columbia and ' toll them that I have jobs down here for about a hundred likely youngsters. , The work calls for eight hour a day, i and the pay is $- for a working day. If they want work anil need the money, there is no reason whv they shouldn't j SCIENTIFIC METHODS LITERARY T AUGHTTO FARMERS The Philosophy ot the Federal Con stitution, by Henry C. Hughes, is a (book of some 150 pages which gives Street Cleaning Department I ",ako "0'1' 1,ow" a1,ollt tll,ir 1,"""i- Extension Work Conducted ! an interpretation of the essential feat- j V. V..l- Will H;..o i01'' t'"y 'a" "M tll,''r V,US" l Wis,h ' liv St-itf Collejre of , uf ' Constitution. It com-! of New Wk Will Hire i,oim; me hai, oir,r,,i me a chame to ' ' state College Ot Agriculture. 100 Students. TO CLEAN OFF THE SNOW make $ a day while T was at college. Anyhow, I never noticed any special disposition on the part of the avera...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

I UWERSTFf MISSQURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1909. NUMBER 87 EXTRA EXTRA 10:59 A. M. r s sS This issue of the Missourian is published as a "stunt" by the stu dents in the Department of Journal ism. The credit () for the stories printed is due to them exclusively. K VWKW ENGULF NATIONS STARK HAD FETHER'TON RESIGNED Fast Soaring Price of j Sapblio Halts His Clcan-Up. STUDENTS WEEP- Mournful Alumni Offer to Increase Salary to $60,000 a Year. i BEAUTIFUL YOUNG SOCIETY LEADER, WHO WON SENSATIONAL $75,000 BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT GOES BACK TO STANFORD U. His Entire Time to Be Devoted to Purging College Athletics. Dr. Stark Mad Fethcrington, Director of Athletics at the University of the How Wow, has re-signed. This is the (Continued en Third Pire.) DEAD! DEAD! DEAD! BLOODY TRAIL OF FIERY RED FLAMES Heartrending Shrieks : in a Disastrous Conflagration that Destroyed Columbia's Big Hotel Skyscraper. LIFE CRUSHED OUT OF TWO; OTHERS INJURED The Poor Landlord Searc...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

UNIVERSITY afcsSOURIAX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1908. .2 i it r tt. E 6- ' 1 p(Wv ? M.A.CY.HEAD IS ARRESTED ASjfRAFTER Sperry Pilson BreaKs Down and Tells Whole Story. QUAILS AND COWERS "I Shall Go Mad," He Cries as Missourian Reporter Grills Him. "We wanted the building for our selves," wailed Sperry Pilson, secretary of the M. A. C. Y., this morning, after. he had been arrested as the ring-leader in thi greatest graft ever perpetrated in the Middle West. After four hours' sweating he broke down completely 'and confessed in full and incriminated practically every member of the staff. "We wanted the building for our selves," he wailed again and again. "The citizens and students who contrib uted the money for the building, in tended it to be a student building, but we had tha money in our own hands, so we used it to put up an M. A. C. Y. for ourselves." '"Wc thought we could make lots of money by sticking, the student organ izations that rented our r&oms in the building" -j "' - C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

s v"- "T.-t . :f --,?: tmtVEftSfin? kHSSOURlAN, THURSDAY FEBRUARY ll, 190. & nf 3 XM i - m m isa The Tramp and the Millionaire's Daughter By Robert W. Sbanfbers Editor's Note. This is one of the world-famous "Yellow Mouse, Limited," stories written expressly for the Uni versity Missourian by the brilliant con tributor for The Saturday Evening Hifchmg Tost the noted Robert W. Snamuers. j.ne -uissounan jg paying the sum of $1.01 for this product of Suambers' pen. A well dressed young woman leapt lightly out of a costly electric runabout and tripped daintily up the white mar ble fcteps of the central station of the palatial "Yellow ; Mouse, ' Limited," building, in whoschou&and magnificent operating-rooms a thousand infallible Dustyn Karr wireless psychic wave ma chines stood on a thousand elegant ro coco tables. The young lady swept haughtily by the "buttons" at the door, pausing just long enough to read on W the vellum poster carelessly left upon one of the massive oaken pane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

MppQSp m ra 'rj i sgPjs h U.J J--!"- Sf-',-ir f53 & "5- V-'Y?-V JttT fc, t infiTEBarrx mssocnRiAK auBBpATi, imjruabT' i tU'lfW. "- - i NEWS OF WORLD'S SPORTS HiMfi 4rf5sSS&?W rv if 4, ! ; COMPLETE by our in VQ 'TTl famous EtAr'IZrI J I & . BANLY IN BY A Battler Puts at End of Gory Mill. i MROWN GAME TO FINISH Fetherington Attempts to Prevent Fight; Promoters Dodge Injunction and Pull Off Bout on Campus; Fitzler Referees. 1 "Battling" Banly won the heavy weight championship of the world this morning, by knocking out "Kid" Mrown in the eleventh round of the fiercest and bloodiest fight that has ever been pulled off in Columbia. Banly had it all over the "Kid" from the start, and the former champion saved himself from a knockout earlier in the game by clever footwork only. The "Kid" was game to the core and took a terrific amount of punishment. At the end of the fifth round his face looked like a hamburger and he was bleeding profusely at the ears and mouth. Time and again ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

tnflFERSITYr MISSOCKIAH,! THURSDAY, :FEBRITABT11; ; 11SK8. i 5X u? blood w t n E-m&m rv; M'BAINE IN DANGER Drove of Mosquitoes Sweeping Down the Missouri River Boys in Blue Town's Hope Ammunition by the Jugful!. THE TRAMP AND .ITIC , MILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER (Continued from Third Page.) (By Our Special Correspondent at the Cannon's Month.) M'BAINE, Mo., Feb. 11. War-cruel, devastating war hovers over the peace ful little city of McBaine. , Blood spots have been discovered on the moon by the scientists in charge of the astronomical sub-station estab lished here by the Department of As tronomy of the University of Missouri under the direction of Prof. Squeers. The winds which whistle around the lonely cabins on the Missouri River nightly whisper stories of approaching horrors to the sleeping citizens. For several days rumors have been reaching McBaine of a fierce drove of mosquitoes in charge of Gen. Attilla 'Longbill which is .steadily sweeping down on this quiet and peaceloving co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

'SB.-,' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1909 S? fa V 1 Jv p -,- ISA i &:- 153 r MILLIONAIRE SHOT IN BACK Laborer Lies in Wait Then Kills Rich Stockman. FIGHTS OFF POSSE Tracked by Bloody Trail Which Mvrderer'Madc Dragging Bodyjlnto Alley. Brandishing a bloody knife and flour ishing a 33-calibrc revolver, William Terry, the self-confessed murderer of J. Rutdledge Smythe, millionaire stockman, whose body was found horribly mutil ated in an alley back of the Union depot last night about three o'clock, was captured at 6:30 this morning by At 6 o'clock this morning blood hounds were put upon the trail of the murderer, and they brought the pursu ing party of '"'citizens before Terry's home. Terry was on his guard and refused to surrender peacefully. He threatened to shoot on sight any one who dared try to take him. It was only by a ruse that the offi cers succeeded in capturing him. The main party withdrew, while two sleuths crept up on, Terry from the rear of his home. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

TOOVEB8ITY . MISSOUBIAX : XHUBSDAY, FEBBUAKY -11; : .1903; 7 " ii ' i i . ..,,, , , .... " p s, m BLOODY WAR WILL ENGULF NATIONS STEPS BACK F HEAT; SAVES LIFE ROM (Continued from Flnt Pace.) Missourian will take immediate action. If they do not, then will come WAR, devouring, devastating WAR! ' Back of the conspiracy are Dr. Hill A. Boss of the University of Mourissa, and the members of the Cosmopolitan Club. They have plotted to overthrow the ancient and time-honored custom of eating rice with chop-sticks and' to introduce the American spoon into China. Cave of the Conspirators. The details of the conspiracy were learned by a reporter who by chance came upon the cave of the conspirators while taking a Sunday afternoon stroll along Hinkson Bluffs. Searching through this cave, unmistakable signs of dark treachery were evident in the form of a leaf from the minute book of the Cosmopolitan Club. Secreting himself in the cave the re porter awaited developments. For three days and nights...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 February 1909

UNIVfiBSm MlSSOtTBIAX, TfltJfcSDA, TtffiBRtMBT 11, 1JW8. 8 & UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN i m- P i Uli 4 evening- newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by He Depart ment of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoflfice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class matter. Edited by the Students of the Department of Journalism. An Educational Cataclysn. WHAT'S IN A DIPLOMA? In its primitive state there is a sheep. In an age even more remote there is a lamb. Thus far there is no out ward manifestation of diplomacy. BUT THEREBY HANGS THE TALE. The tail of the sheep is shortened by cutting; so, also, is the tale of the diploma. As a matter of fact, where the sheep's tale ends the diploma's tale begins. THE SUPPLY OF RAW MATERIAL FOR DIPLOMAS IS RAPIDLY DIS APPEARING. The question is a vital one, and should be taken up at once by the national Congressional committee on the Preservation of Natural Resources. The millions of graduates each year from our HIGH SCHOOLS...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I YELLOW " A BIG COLUMBIA, 3IISSOUKI, FKDIAY, FEBKUAKY 12, 1900. NUMBER 88 I! WUXTRY MORE RAIN DUE, THEN SNOW Unpleasant Weather is Predicted for Columbia and Vicinity. Rain followed by -now may b ex pected in Columbia and vicinity tonight or Saturday. It will be much colder. The temperature follow: 7 a. in 41 11 a. m 43 S a. in 44 12 (noon) ... 4."i ! a. m 40 1 p. m 45 10 a. ni 41 2 p. m 40 MARTYRED PRESIDENT, WHO WAS BORN ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO TODAY E IMPRESSION M M BY "ABE" LINCOLN ON SMALL BOY Curtis Rollins, New Curator, Played at White House With Martyred President's Sons, Tad and Rohert. PLAY A HIT, TOO First Annual Stunt of the Students in Department of Journalism a Unique, Whirlwind Affair. A NEWSPAPER ISSUED IN THIRTY SECONDS Stage the Scene of City Editor's Office on Busy Day. THEN CAME THE SCOOP Query : Would Poor Richard Have Understood It All ? Mudeiits in the Depaitment of Jour-U.ili-nt papered the town yellow with -tie.ik- of red e-tenla...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 February 1909

N m g. Universitg Missourian An ezenini; newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., retry schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postotlice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SVHSCKIITIOX Inarially in Alliance: Ity Mail or Carrier: .School Year, $2.00; Semester, .'ZT. Single Copies, Two Cents. Businkvs Ofuck Room E, Academic Hall, Universityol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleiiionk Ncmiieks: Department oflice. 377. Newsroom, 274. Uusiness Oltice. "1 1. Omj .tppruretl .lilrrrtiniinj Areritril. Hit Irs on .lij)liritioii. Address till commwiiititions to University Missourian', Columbia, .Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Basketball game: 31N-oiiri-Kuiisas, Rothwcll gymnasium. Basketball game: Missouri Kansas, Rothwcll gymnasium. D. 1. Kingsley, president of the Xew York Life Insurance company at University Assem bly, 10 a. in. lto-uell Field to the Depart ment of Journalism at 4 p. in. Jacob llii-. University Audito rium, Y. -M. C. A. leeture c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909. Uf im5 b BASKETBALL IS POPULAR IN EAST But the Western Game is Better for Spectators, Says Naismith. THE OFFICIALS ARE LAX Holding Is a Prominent Factor in Play on Small Court. LAi:i:XCK. Kan., Fob. 12. "JJa-,-kttlj.ill in the J'.i-aern lititv, differs con Mikralih lnmi the frame we play out litre, ami in general our rame is a bet ur one from the point of iev of the -jKitator."' -aid Dr. Jame- XaiMiiith, the inwntor of the miih "They are aciii-tomeil to pli injr on the uinall iciiirt. and eiry itIe of jjame has been inlliK iik d largely by the profe ioiiaI rule-. 'Hie le-ult i that the plaer- hold each other at eery opportunity, ;md the game iwik- -low to the West uinr. who ha- been watehing the game imdir the (ollegiate rule on the large ouit- that we hae here. The olliiial ire the i.iu-e of the dillereme, I think, and the ignoiing of the rule-, on hold ing and the like aie re-pon-ible for the alt ration in the game."' A Team in Eve...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 February 1909

ZH SOCIETY T IIE Sigma Xu fratcrnitv entertain ed about thirty of its friends at an informal dance at the chapter houe lat rIonday night. S. !M. Skin ner of Wcbter Proves, Mo.. M. A. man of May.-ville. Miouri. were guest man of Maryville. Mi ouri. were guet from out of the city. The twenty-five eonple- danced from 8:30 o'clock' until 12 o'clock on the third iloor of the chapter hou-c. A pleading feature of the dance was the -cries f moonlight dance. The elTect of moon light va- produced ly a large electric porch light on on.- of the wall- which .t. painted to rcprc-cnt the moon. The ehaperone- were Mr-. Collier and Mr. and Mr-. 1'. W. Xicdermcycr. WHOSE WATCH DID HE FIND? A Lucky Negro Picks Up Watch In The Street. A negro who wa- riding on a delivery -... . i . 1 . . WagOll Oil .Milt II -I reel -topped Ill- lior-e near the residence of )r. A. IJo Hill prc-iilciit of the univer-ity. ye-ierday and dumped from the wagon. He pick ed up -omething that glistened in the -unlight. It wa- a...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 February 1909

PPPWWTO"! UNIVERSITY MISSOUIUAN. VOLUME I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1909. NUMBER 89 DARWIN KINGSLEY P. HERE TOMORROW President of New York Life Insurance Company to Make Address. FIRST LECTURE IN COURSE University Plans a Series of Talks by Practical Insurance Men. D.iiwin 1'. King-ley, pre-ident of the New ork Life Insurance company, will sptak at tin- University assembly to moirou. 15. II. Bonfocy. of Unionville. a member of i In- 1 tun rl of Curators of tin- I'nivcr-ity of Mis-ouri, is in Co lumbia today and will remain tomorrow to hear the address of Mr. Kinsley. Zlr. I'.onfoey is chiefly instrumental in hiiuging to tlic University this distin guished financier, head of one of the world'- greate-t insurance companies. Ir. Kitigslcy"- addn will Ik- im iurtanl and popular, lie ha- been hcaid with appreciation liy large au dit nee- at Valo and other eastern iiui-vcr-ilie- hut t Iil is hi- flr-t appear ance at a western university. Other Addresses Planned. Yesterday'-...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 February 1909

I m H i I H fl y K? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY J 5, 1909. University Missourian An t-rning newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., ez ery schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Uniiersity of Missouri. SPIRIT OFTHE NEWS Entered at the poMoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Iiitariably in Alliance: Iljr Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall. Universityoi Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office. 711. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Jtates un Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. ym)CktkC nEfi In New Orleans at the banquet re cently given in his honor, President elect Taft spoke of conditions existing in the Panama canal. He says that all of the stories of graft and corruption in the canal work are blackmail, per petrated by men who were seeking their own ...

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