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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 October 1916

wm-tmW&mmsM WBOviaiia4&eS5x "rrsf-VvKi Z?gSg1. -., THE DAILY MISSOURIAN .r NINTH YEAR CliiiSTOLl IK TEACHERS MEETING Missouri State Association Has Many of M. U. Facul ty As Principal Speakers. TO MEET IN ST. LOUIS 12,000 Delegates From All Parts of State to Assemble on Nov. 16, 17 and 18. Columbia men and women will play a prominent part In the fifty-fifth an nual meeting of the Missouri State Teachers' Association at St. Louis next month. The meeting, which lasts three days beginning November 16, will be attended by 12,000 teachers, 'according to E. M. Carter of this city, who is secretary and treasurer of the organization. Schools In towns all oTer the state have reported 100 per cent enrollment in the association, and most of these will attend the meeting in St. Louis. Walter Williams, dean of the School of Journalism, is chairman of the com mittee on constitutional convention and will make one of the important reports of the session. This commit tee was appointed at las...

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. — 24 October 1916

? Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 191G i- ife p-i t p K THE DAILY MISSOURIAN robllahed any rrrnlag (rirrpt Saturday and Bandar) anil Hamlajr mornlac by Tbe Hlinnrlin Aawtrlallan, larorporat rd, Colnmlila. Mil. trank II. Klar. Trrfltdent ami Kilitors A. G. Jllaman, Butlnrm Mnnacrr. Address all i-oiiiiiiutili-iitlnna to Till: DAILV UISbOUItlAN Columbia. Mlsucnrl. bor of Russia, both from a military and an economic point of view, and should stand as another example to the smaller countries and possibly the larger as well who would enter war for selfish motives. Office: Vlrulnl-i llullillng, Downmalri , Phone: liioinpftx. 65: New. 274. Entered ut the iHwttifflce, Columbia, AIo., as Hevutid-clnss mall. Tear, $!': month. Si rents; copy. 5 cents. Outside of Uouiie County, year $3; mouth, 30 cents. T he Mlnsourlan receives the jjl'jifcj rt the United .Press AatQgzioai. The Open Column a. iLTHGllLEM IX SIDEWALKS In addition to the paving problem, each city has Its problem...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 October 1916

'; 'rW ji i. -tf- v- TSWJ 5ffpHll THE DAILY MISSOURI. TPESDAT, OCTOBEB 24, 19ld SPORT NEWS and COMMENT NOW for Oklahoma! With only another practice day night would be better after watching the Tigers cavort In the darkness on Rollins Field, Coach Schulte is administering the finishing touches for Saturdays' game with the whirlwind aggregation from the South, Coach Bennie Owens' Sooners. That tne game win De easy lor .Missouri is a conclusion easily reached after toying with the dope from one point of view. However, from another angle the Sooners may be in their prime when they meet Missouri at Norman. Texas Scores Result of Flukes and Fumbles. A run of bad luck has followed the Sooners all season, reaching its height in the game against Texas Saturday, when the Longhorns scored three touchdowns on flukes and fumbles. The first Teias score was made when a Longhorn recovered a Sooner fum ble on the Oklahoma three-yard line. The second touchdown came when a Longhorn turned the same tri...

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. — 24 October 1916

jSjapiMipjHjjaMaMMMM .vs of Snl BSi Pnm Vftni" ! ES-:: ' : " i, V Bg.e j RP Stephens College Notes Wi. I THE DAILY. MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 24, 1916 Mr. and Mrs. Janes R. Grady of Miami, Mo., arc visitins their daugh ter, Marian. Miss Leila Parkin of rrcdcricUtown Is the guest o Miss Kite Stamper and other college frlesds. Miss Parkin wa3 the Y. W. C. A. president In Stephens College last year. Mr. Jamci Ruckcr of Keytcsvills was the guczt of Ml23 Ethel Zillmaa Sunday. The senior clacs gavo a formal din ner Monday nlsht at the Virginia Grill in honor of their sponsor, Mis3 Carah Anderson. Covers were laid for fifty. The color schema of red and green, tho class colors, was carried out in Too Late to Classify. Il.irJ coal base-burner, I'liouc 1210 VTMto. almost new. u. 4 i -no. Ttvo roomn, lower floor, together or sin. tie. Tor ladles. Missouri avenue. Phone 13j1 White. G. 41-tf. Tra'r Tountaln Ten Iwtwcen Tan BldR. nml I't-ii Sigma House. Finder call Slice st XI. S. 41-4. Ask yo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 October 1916

J L v THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY,- OCTOBER 25, 1916 NUMBER 46 :i ICHN BL RETREAJJF ENEIiflY Cernavoda and Bridge Over Danube Are Captured by the Bulgarians. BLOW SERIOUS ONE Bucharest Open to Attack From East One Army Cut Off From Aid. By United Press BERLIN, Oct. 25. Cernavoda, east ern terminus of the great 14-mile railway bridge crosslngthe Danube Into Rumania, was' capture by Field Marshal von Mackensen's army this morning, it was officially announced this afternoon. The victory is regarded as vastly more important than the capture of the seaport of Constanza several days ago. Loss of Cernavoda is admitted by the Russian war ''office and by Bucharest. Dispatches fromgthese points say it is a more serious blow to the Rumanian from the military standpoint than the fall of Constanza. It not only cuts ofNthe retreat of the Russo-Rumanian armies driven from the Constanza-Cernavoda Railway but opens up the way for a drive on Bucharest from the east,...

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. — 25 October 1916

jmiwhmimmWi - : : - ' f- -MMKTr-ri-nTBfawmMi '" Page Two THE DAILY XISSOUBIAX, WEDyESPAY, OCTOBER 25, 1916 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN roblltbrd etrrj treeing (except 8turJx and HoDd.j) and Sunday n.rnlnr by Tbe MIourln AMoclatlon, Incarporat rd, Columbia. Mo, Frank II. Klnr, Frraldrnt and KUilors a. u. Hlamma. Bailnru Hanaser. Address all communications to " TUB DAILY MISSOUBIAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 65; News. 274. Entered at tbe postofflce. Colombia, Mo., as second-class mall. Tear. S2J50; month. 25 cents: copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cents. Tbe Mliuourlan receives tbe dispatches f the United Press Associations. THOXAS H. BENTON A recent campaign statement by former Governor Herbert S. Hadley brings to mind the life and 'character of one of Missouri's greatest states men, Thomas H. Benton. Leaving college in North Carolina, he came to this state soon after the war of 1812, during which he had served in th...

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. — 25 October 1916

. f - 5,2 WP.?"5lllt - - ' JlB!H9BBHnBHBaBJflHBnanHBnHBBi TBJBBBBBBMrgc-jHPBHBBMTSi Bit 5? ' JTrvfr-v ... . . . . y . & i le, I'1 !'. I. 'THE DAILY MISSOUBIAS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2S, rtlft Page Three SPORT NEWS and COMMENT THAT lu.nu uklaxbu Tiger "scoring punch" has arrived. It was un created at Rollins Field yesterday, clamped on the Schulte machine, lined up against Coach Johnnie Miller's praiseworthy freshmen on tbelr own fifteen-yard line and demonstrations started. With Rider, Mc Millen, Harry Viner. Groves. Mulr and Pittam In the role of the hitherto un known "punch," the Varsity gathered about the finest assortment of touch downs seen in Columbia this fall. Yes terday the Tigers had what they lack ed In the Ames game the ability to ram the oval over the goal line from the fifteen-yard line. Of course some one is going to rise up and remark that had the Tigers been In action against the freshmen Instead of Ames Saturday, the "punch" would have been just as evident then. H...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 October 1916

Page Four THE DAILY XISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1916 DUCK HUNTING IS POPUIAK NOW tie V e n tv. m fc- A i. ifc WSJJMYS A GOOD sSjJ ' i TONIGHT AND THURSDAY "Where Are My Children' Come Early-First Show Promptly at 7.30 Matinee 3. p. m. Admission 25 Cents. NO ONE UNDER 16 ADMITTED. PHI MU ALPHA SEASON TICKETS AND TICKETS FOR JOSEF HOFMANN PIANO RECITAL On sale Thursday, Oct 26 at 8:15 a. m.. at the Missouri-Store and at Allen's! Non-holders of Season Tickets may purchase Hofmann Recital Tickets Friday. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii Two Men Bag 2S Soe Say "Ducks" Were "XnA Hens." This is duck weather and local sportsmen are oiling up their guns in preparation for the "slaughter." Large flocks of geese flew over Columbia about 10 o'clock last night and many parties started out this morning for the river. Ely Hill, E. H. Smith, J. AC Taylor, and Dr. A. W. Kampschmidt left this morning for the Missouri River. They...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 October 1916

THE DAILY MlSSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916 NUMBER 47 a in 11s uses KM. CLUB BACKUS L( judge Talks at Meeting of Men Interested in Coun try Organization. FIRST STEPS TAKEN . Temporary Chairman and , Committee Named to Look Over Sites and Plans. "No city in Missouri outside of St. Loals, Kansas City. Springfield and St. Joseph, and certainly no town in Central Missouri, is situated more ad vantageously for a country club than Columbia." Judge David H. Harris, president of the Kulton Country Club, told a group of business men and faculty members who met last night at the Missouri Union building. j."o ciiy uas " ucuci i.iiun.t iu u country club than jou have here. All conditions are in jour lavor, ooin natural and in the character of the ' townspeople. A country club is not only for business men but for their families. This is one of its greatest '' features." ' Judge Harris told in detail the start, the preliminary formation, the ar rangements and th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 October 1916

r Publlibrd ctcit tytnlng (except Saturday and Bandar) and Sunday morning" by The MUsourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo Frank II. Kinr. Prrsldent and Editor) A. O. Illnman, Business Manarer. Address all communications to TUE DAILY MISSOUIUAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News. 2i4. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as secona-ciass man present day topics. Furthermore, it is always willing to state its view or policies on any subject, but it necer sarily foregoes confirmed attempts to convince those holding opposite views. Vear, $i50; month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Uooue uounty, year j; mourn, 30 cents. The Missourian reccires tbe dispatches tf tbe United Tress Associations. CIVIC HOTIIEIEIIOOI) Columbia mothers have gohe far to ward solving the big, and sometimes sorry, problem of retaining an in fluence upon the child of school age. Every school in the city has its moth ers' club and parent-teacher as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 October 1916

'3 1 B f ' I SPORT JH THE DAILY MISSOURIAN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916 Pge Three NEWS and COMMENT THE TIGERS ARE COMING! Aud the Sooners expect to "come back." That is the attitude of hundreds of Oklahoma alumni who will gather at Norman Saturday at their university's annual homecoming event In hopes of seeing a reversal in form of Coach Bcnnie Owen's team, which is just now recovering from two disastrous defeats at the hands of Kendall and Texas. Missouri alumni, who will banquet at Oklahoma City Friday night, are equally confident that the Tiger eleven will continue on its un defeated way to a Missouri Valley Conference title, or as near a title as can be 'expected, considering the tied up aspect of the 1916 Valley race. 21 Tist'rs Malt" Trip To 'orman. Twenty-one Tigers, Coach Schultc, Director Brewer, a staff correspon dent of the Missourian and a few stu dents of the bloated bondholder type entrained at 4:.0 o'clock this after noon, via the Wabash to Kansas City, for Soonerland....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 October 1916

aatsw-.' "MiffqfflfflMftWWgM '"-, Page Four THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, THURSDAY, OCTOBER SC, 1916 THIS FOKD WEST IXTO SOCIETY Hut It Tout 1C Hours to Go From Co. lumbia to Mexico, Mo. Some present day philosopher has said that the Ford automobile will go any place but Into society. Samuel P. Locke and Morris Kcath, both freshmen In the College of Arts and Science, emphatically deny this al legation and they point to their ex perience Saturday night as positive proof. About G o'clock Saturday evening they started for their home In Mexico, Mo., In Locke's Ford roadster. They did not get far from town when they found that they were to encounter some muddy roads but believing In the Ford philosophy they had no qualms. They forged ahead, rather slowly 'tis true, with a great deal of lurching to and from. The little Ford got rather "hot under the collar" but still plung ed forward with an unconquerable will. For sixteen miles the little car plodded on but just at the ede of Grand Prairie it s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 October 1916

1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN a J "Sri. NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 48 ILL MARRY SISTERS AFTER IU ROMANCE H. S. Dailev and W. M. Din- widdic to Wed Nelle and Margaret Carter. ALL HOLD DEGREES To Be Double Wedding No vember 8, At Home of Brides' Parents. That there is one University course which is not in the catalogue is eTiaced by the frequent culmination of many romances begun during stu dent days. The latest one In Colum bia is the announcement of the double wedding of two sisters, University graduates, and two graduates of the School of Law. The marriage of Miss Nelle Mae Carter to Mr. Herley Smith Daiiey and that of her sister. Miss Margaret Elizabeth to Walter Norris Dinwiddle, prosecuting attorney of Boone County, will be at 8 o'clock Wednesday, November 8, at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Carter, "Ormehurst," on the Ashland gravel road. The ceremony will be performed by the 'Rev. Madison A. Hart. Miss Nelle Carter ...

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. — 27 October 1916

r3, ,SP pwMfseH1 A r- 5- Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 87, 1816 CURATOR PRAISES UXION PLAX f. B. Rollins Thinks 'ew Home Will Bring Visits From Alumni. The Missouri Union -will be one of the biggest assets the University has ever held, in the opinion of C. B. Rollins, a member of the Board of Cu rators, who recently has subscribed for a life membership in the Union. "It will bring the alumni together as nothing else will," Mr. Rollins said. "One of the strongest points I see in the Missouri Union plan," he con tinued, "is that it will provide a com fortable stopping place and thus will be a big incentive for alumni to re turn. They will not feel like strangers in a far country when they visit the University. I have received several letters from old classmates, heartily endorsing the new plan. They say that heretofore they have felt like strangers and have seen only a few familiar faces when they visited the school. Many times after they get home from a visit they se...

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. — 27 October 1916

CLUBS WILL GIVE EXHIBITS Organkatlons Formed In Southeast Counties nm jjo acutc That much Interest Is being mani fested In the movement to organize ws' and girls' clubs in Southeast Missouri, is the report of R, H. Em berson, state leader of the boys' and drls' club work who has returned from a two-weeks trip in Scott and Butler counties. Mr. Emberson or ganized many clubs in these counties and1 the work is now being continued there by the farm adviser. Instruc tion is given in soil and grain judg ing, with the girls' clubs receiving at tention in sewing and baking. Local exhibits will be given in these counties, featuring contests in soil and grain Judging between the different clubs of the county. Con tests will be held in Caldwell County next week. The business men of that county have offered $500 to the club members as premiums to be distribut ed according to the various line of work exhibited in the contests. A number of other exhibits will be held this year. Commercial Clubs a...

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. — 27 October 1916

:?-s F3Agffi0lfg$&fcff$ fSfSflPFT "BRWH??jrg KSw? ' r- 'r- J.?" STE, 'HHnHnnraKffiMKHMKK x J T i R Wi K Page Foar THE DAILY JOSSOUWAK, JRIDAY, OCTOBER 87, 1916 THE DAILY .MISSOURIAN PablUbed r-wrrj (renins' (except Saturday and Knnday) and Bandar maralnc by The MlHonrlan Association, incorporat ed, Colombia, He Frank H. Ki., !.& .! VJIt A M Badness Hanacer. address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOOBIAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstair! Phones: Business, S3: News. 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Vear. $2.30: montb. 23 cents: codt. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, fear S3; montb.) w nuu. Tbe Mlssourlan recelres tbe dispatches f tbe United Press Associations. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE IT? A recent dispatch from London tells of the sending of the first mail in ten years to the British island of Tristan da Cunha in the South At lantic The ship is carrying also a consignment of hairpins for the wo men who live on the islan...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 October 1916

T -; - " "" ' ' 3$ffl&s ' '- "il THE DAILY MISSOUMAX. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916 PmgeFlre ? BEXJAMIX L. BEATEN DIES Boone County Pioneer and Farmer Leaves Family of Six. Benjamin L. Beaven, father of Mrs. W. C. Knisht, died yesterday after noon at his home three and a half miles northeast of Columbia. He has been In poor health for several years. Mr. Beaten was born in Callaway County, August 21, 1861. On Janu ary 25, 1SSS, he was married to Miss Susie Haden. Twenty-three years ago he purchased property in Boone County and has lived here since. Mr. Beaven Is survived by a wife and five children: Charles, Fred, James and Miss Ruth Beaven and Mrs. W. C. Knight. He is also sur vived by four brothers; Dr. Elmer Beaven, Cedar Itaplds, la.; Dr. Lester Beaen, Lebanon, Ind.; H. L. Beaven, Des Moines, la., and W. C. Beaven of this city, and two sisters; Miss Delia Beaven of Fulton, and Mrs. P. H. Mur ry of Columbia; and his mother, Mrs. J. M. Beaven, of Fulton. Uls jrrilride Receives Appoi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 October 1916

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 October 1916

T "Sf?RlTF-tt- S-5 -- f &?'" THE -'fc?'. MISSOURIAN LP. NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1916 EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 49 BA1XY I tiRSTRIUMPH OVER 0KLAH0MA73TO14 Behind 14-13, Missouri Team Scores Ten Points in the Fourth Quarter. SOONER PASSES FAIL Moir Kicks Field Goal J Owen's Men Score on Pittam's Fumble. YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL SCORES In the West. Minnesota BT. Jm0l Wisconsin 30. Chicago .. Illinois 14. ru2e . -Northwestern 40, Drake G. MIMilran H. Svrncuse 13. MlchIg?S A. C. Freshmen 13. Mkh. Tufts 'i Imllana 10. Washlncton U. 7, Holla G. Kanis 0. Kan. Andes 0. 8S..U a,. Hierford 7, Mirlan.l 0 Princeton 7, Dartmouth 3. Harvard 23. Cornell 0 Yale 30. Val anil Jeff. 14. Armv fi. Mill -0!'1 Nnvv 23. ieorsla u. .1. IMttsliurgli 20. Pennsylvania 0. linn SUte 4S ficttrsbm-R 2. Iifirette 27, Lebanon Valley 14. Columbia V. 0. Williams 0. Bowdnln 13. Kit J- ft Muhlenbers 17, Ilueknell 0. Colbjr 0. Milne 0. Vm orl U. 13. I'nlon 0 Jeorcetown M). Albrlsht 0 PIckR 13. ...

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

I, .I I u iiMMWTinMgFirilTHlHTPffB 3 Wwf&AW 'r Z&P$7 S - v . Be??' a - ' THE DAILY m860UMAy STOfBATMOKICISG, OCTOBER 2, !. m tnx t .. BraLanB i -b-iwsb r fifc '" THE MESSENGERS AN DrTHEIR ERRANDS I! jMlt? Christian College Notes Mrs. Florence Erline of Topeka, Kan, is the guest of her daughter for the week-end. Misses Louise and Marsena John son are entertaining Miss Margaret Blackwell of Fayette and Miss Frank Johnson of Mexico over Sunday and Monday. MissNLinnie Morris of Centralia is the guest of her sister, Miss Sara Morris, a college senior, over Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Rogers of Carrollton is the guest of her daughter, Miss Clif ton, for the week-end. Miss Mary Banks was the guest of Miss Louise Miller for the Hallowe'en party on Saturday night. Miss Kathleen Drummond of St. Louis Is the guest of her sister, Miss Louise, for the week-end. Mrs. Gussie B. Couchman of Bunce ton is spending several days at the college the guest of her daughter. Miss Emma Peton Hurt. Director Is...

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