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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1909. 53 "7 H BRISBANE DEFENDS YELLOWJOURNALISM He is Glad the New York Journal is "Yellowest in the World." MUST MAKE SENSATIONS Scare Heads in Red Ink, He Says, Imitate God's Thunderstorms. SUCCESS OF JUDGE MOOREASATTORNEY A California Paper Tells of Oldest M. U. Graduate's Success. TO THE COAST IN '49 Leader in Democratic Party and Member of Widely Known Firm. jstieaking before one of the student -soei"tit of Columbia University, Arthur Bri-liane, alitor of the New York Even ing .Journal, gave a graphic description of the life of a modern journalist. ".liiiirnali-iii." he said, "is the most important business in the world. The nrw-naiMr is the distributing agent of modern .-oeiety, distribution being the problem. You have an immense amount of knowh'dge in your library here, but the gnat dillieulty is to get it out and into i he minds of the people. I write daily lor live large papers in the coun trv, leaching at least four millions ot p...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1909. Km Pfli 1 fti, TIGERS WHIP K. D. IN SECOND GAME Change in Tactics Proves Effective After Defeat Friday Night. MANY FOULS ARE CALLED Short, Quick Passing Wins First Contest for the Jayhawkers. Aflcr Ioing to tin- Kan:is 1'iihi-r-ity basketball five Friday nljrlit. the Tiger Saturday night in a whirluiiul game played the layliawki-rs oil' tln-ir feet. lef eating them J y tlic derisive -con' of :t to '21. The score Friday night was Uo to 1! in favor of Kana-. 'Hie team- were in good condition and ltotli games wcif played fa-t and in rood spirit. Tlic games were aggress ive rather than rough. The Tigers were credited with more than twice a many foul- as the Kan-an- lnit the foul- were nearly all for holding, due mainly to effort to break up the at tempt of the visitors to dribble- the ball down the floor. The Tiger- played :i clo-cr game, playing to cover their men and work the hall over tne lloor by haul dribbling: while the .la hawker-...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 February 1909

UOTVERSITY MISSOTIRIAK VOLUME I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. NUMBER 90 THREE FOOTBALL GAMES SCHEDULED Contest Already Arranged With Drake, Ames and Washington. TO ES "MOST USEFUL CITIZEN" TO SPEAK HERE FRIDAY NEW PRINCIPAL OF CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SAFE FROM FIRE THE GAY MISSOUR INSURANCE LAWS Improvements for Two Columbia's Picture Houses. of Representative Has Plan Regain Washed-Away Land. to Companies Are Now Obeying Forty-Six Masters, Says D. P. Kingsley. MAKING DDEQNS CIRCUMVENT u NATIONAL J i rr-r A NEW THEATER STARTED What Owners of the Broadway Did to Protect Their Patrons. Tin managers nf tla nickleodeons in Culumlii.i have made improvements in theater on Ninth street, is also building S. .. Campbell, manager of the Elite tlnatic on Ninth street, is aIo building; a new theater across the street from the Elite. He said today that his new amusement place would he ready in about ten d.is. lie will eiistall an un dei writer's tile-proof booth, and opera (hairs wil...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 February 1909

m rr UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. r : fi j m University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unii'ersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUHSCKII-TION-ln variably In Advance: Ily Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Koom E. Academic Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Ncmhkks: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 274. liusincss Office. 714. Hall, like conducting the business of a cor poration by directors. Kvery citizen is a stockholder and helps to elect com petent men to take care of his business. Only Approrrd Adrcrtininy Accepted. Itatra on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Ho, UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 19. Roswell Field to the Depart ment of Journalism at 4 p. in. Jacob Riis, University Audito rium, Y. M. C. A. lecture co...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. r a B H a 1 K MAXIM EXPLAINS lOISELBSSimniG At a Successful Test Shows How Turbine Principle is Applied. USES HEAVIEST RIFLES Bullets Are Fired Into Box of Sand in New York Office. NEW YORK. Feb. l(i Iteforc a criti cal audience, composed of gun experts, military men, hunters, and skeptics of ariou-. sort, Hiram Percy Maxim re cently gave a -ones of demonstrations to :-how lliat he can render the most powerful rille noi-ele-s without impair ing ii- ellicieiioy, and that he can do away with the recoil almost completely. Doth the noi-e and the kick are elimin ated by the s-ame proce a proce.-s so -imple and -o different from that which h.ul described it, as to be almost un In0ieablo. The inventor di-charged guns of va rious -ie- and power both with and without the "-ileneor" attached. lie -hot cartridge- that have such velocity and power that their impact represent a pie lire of one and one-quarter tons .iitlicient to knock down the b...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. I i i VARSITY NOTES Miss Mota I. Jardinc, a senior nurse at the Parker Memorial hospital, lias returned after a two months' vacation, taken on account of poor health. W. II. Thomas, of Oreenille, S. C. a senior engineer, is in the hospital with influeii7a. Tom It. Jolui-on, a junior law stu dent, who has been in the Parker Me morial Hospital for the la-t month with appendicitis, was dismissed Sat 11rd.1v. INDOOR TRACK TRY-OUT HELD Douglass Makes New Record in the Quarter-Mile Run. try-out of candidates in all event of indoor tiaek work at the University of Mis-ouri. wa held Saturday after noon at the yiiina'-iiini. The event and winner-, with iccoid. were as fol lows: Thirty-yard dash First trial heat, Crider; second trial heat. Robert; third trial heat. Donla-: fourth trial heat. Ford; fifth trial hat. Carey; sixth trial heat. Ware: seventh trial heat, Sheiher. Firt aeini-iiual Douglas, fir-t : Crider, second: -econd -emi-final For...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1909. NUMBER 91 HAPPY HOLLOW TO HAVE CLUB HOUSE Social Center is Provided for Coinmunity East of Columbia. FAIR AND WARMER TONIGHT CURA TOR OF UNIVERSITY WHO HAS GAINED HIGH RANK AS A LA WYER 'S PAVING STUDENTS OIET FUR ENGINEEO So Says Weather Man in Forecast Cloudy Tomorrow. It will be fair ami warmer in Colum bia tonight, the Weather Man ajs. Tor tomorrow he predicts cloudiness ami a rising tempt latuie. The tempeiatnics of the clay weie: 7 a. in. . . ill 11 a. m .11 s a. m. .. in 12 (noon) . .'iii !l a. m. . . i.- 1 p. m AX 10 a. in. . :tn -1 p. m 44 MISTAKE COSTLY; SAKE Of SCIENCE City is Asked to Bear Half'Two Footbjl11 Men Living on the Expense of Tearing Up Street. Breakfast Food and Fruit. I E K ! E CHURCHES DONATE MONEY Mission Work Undertaken by Christian Associations of University. HappJ Hollow i- to have a club hou-i Tor several months the Y. M. nii.l V W. C. A. of the University ot li nuri have...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J 7, 1909. Ill I? University Missourian An tuning neusaer published at Columbia, Mo., et'ery schoolJay by the Department of Journalism tf the Uniierstty of Missouri. Entered at the postefhee at Columbia, Mo , as second-class mail matter. SUHSCltirTIOX-Invnrinlily in Advance: lty Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; .Semester, $1.25. Mngle Copies, Two Cent. Bl'MNhss Oh-icf Room E, Academic Hall, Umversitot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleihonf Xl MIIKKn Department ofTice. 377. Newsroom, 2TI. Busincs-, Ottice. 711. 'hill Approml Atltirtiitimj Accepted. ItittfH tut Application. Atttiiro till commnniititions to L'NIVERSITV MlSSOURIAV, Columbia, Mo. iSDJV ySg UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 19. Ro,well Held to the Depart ment of Journalism at I p. in. Jacob ItiN, University Audito rimii, Y. M. C. A. lecture course. Feb. 20. University (ike and Mandolin club,. Return conceit. Feb. 2.-!. Walter Wellinan at Univer sity Ass, mlily, 10 si. in. Feb. 2.1. China R...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1909. B AT i A I fw M 'j MISS uonu ART INJIEW YORK Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings at the Waldorf. POEMS FOR THE OCCASION Verses Are Published Pamphlets by Missouri Society. in NEW VUIK. 1V1). 17. The ilissouri Society i" tin- City of New York is oin" to haw an exhibition of paint-in"-, drawings ami cartoons by Missouri arti-ts now living here, at the Wal dorf Wednesday evening and Thursday alteiiiooii. No pictures except the pro ducts ui lm'" !ll,'l women who were horn or reared i" Mi -onri will he shown. For the occasion .Missouri verse maker- now domiciled in the "I!ig City" haw w lit ten wfscs and the Missouri Soviet v lia- po es?cd the temerity to inint them. Two poems and a .song adoin the announcement pamphlets of the exhibit. One of them -ays: li oiiii.m to exile fated. Propcroii. or fate-belateil. Know- whatever may befall him. Tint her hill- and plains Mill call him: In whatever icalni or city. .-k- no iMitcr. seeks no pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 February 1909

1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURJAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1909. SCENE IN THE NEWSPAPER PLA Y GIVEN BY JOURNALISM STUDENTS FERRERO TELLS 'VARSITY NOTES Iis Nan fiojrrcn. a freshman in the College of Art- and Silence, is ill with i-Ti I j at her liomo on Uiiiifr-ity airline. Tlio Morninjr Watch circle of the Y. W. C. A. at the Uniicriti of Mi Knri will jriie a -upper in the a oti.i iion loom- at li o'clock thi- cicnin:.'. Xobed L. Oani-on, a Minor in the Te.nher- College, was (on lined to hi looni at Loury hall with grip for a mk. lie nt tended tla - for the iir-t time since hi- illne thi- iiiorniii". Xiarli -lOO mm aie taking the course in dcitlopmc ntal uoik in the I'In-ual Training I ..irt m nt thi- -cme-tcr. The i la - are -o Luge that thei haie lce.n diitled into Mjuads. A student liathr for .ic-Ii quad i- tiained hy the instructors, and the niipaiatus uoik i- don,- hy -quad of -K to tuelie mem present Year Will ntr- (.uii. i I ''wBFwFraJBn sBEttB B j OF HIS LIFE WORK 'Chapters in His His...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 February 1909

UmVERSITY MTSSOURLAK A tF VOLUME I THOSE VERY HORRID GLEE CLUB BOYS! Girls of Cottey College, at Nevada, Mo., Are Seeking Missing Class Pin. HAVE ENGAGED "SLEUTH" Dire Things Are Threatened Unless "Souvenirs" Are Returned. The '' and Mandolin dubs arc back unit r the -bettering win;:- of the L'niver-ity building- ami the Ionie column-. .ut like the campaign- of many a -lenier army, tale- lioth wi-e and oth-ciwi-e follow in their wake. Here i one of the otherwi-e tales as it- comes from a young woman of Cottey College, of Xevatla. Mo., to a -tudent at the I'liivcr-ity of Mi omi. In Xcvnda. a- in other towns vi-ited on the tour, a recent ion for the mighty conqueror- wa- given. The college girl cagcrh embraced the oMitiinity of meeting on equal term- Mi ouri's mu--iial geiiiu-c-. It -hould have lieeil a perfectly en. lovable time. Some of the geiiiu-cs had very taking way-. And thi- i- preci-e-ly what the girl- are now indignant ahoiil. (ne of the members reUe-teil of the ho-tc her -e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 February 1909

u r -lj.j;yif?ijspp5? 5S3tS5J(WJlM f)ffiriWW Wfta&rttair -, - tnf fffif" ' r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY J 8, 1909. 1 I r.s University Missourian An ezenmg nezvifaper published at Columbia, Mo , ezery s hoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Vmzersity of Mtssou rt. Entered at the rwstothce at Columbia, Mo , as second-class mail matter. SCMSCKIITIOX lnv.irialily in Advance: Hy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $'.!.00: Srmritter, $1.35. MiiRle Cupiet, Two Out. Business Otnct-Room h. Academic Hall, Unuersit)ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TeLEIHOSE XlMIIHf.: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 2i. Uusiness Onice. 711. Only Appromi AtlrritiMhtff Acceptrtl. ISntf on Applinitiun. Address till communication to University Missourian, Columbia Afo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 19. Ro-well I'ieKl to the Depart ment of Journali-m nt i j. in. .laeob Uii, Uiiiiersity Audito rium, Y. M. C. A. lecture course. Feb. 20. Univcr-itv (.lee and Mandolin club-. Return contort. Feb. 23. Walter...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. S3 JACOB A. fiHS AS POLICE REPORTER The Others "Scooped" Him at First, But He Held On and Won. HIS WORK IN THE SLUMS Conducted Crusade Until a Plegue Spot Was Made Playground. The career of Jacob A. Ilii, who will lecture here tomorrow night under the auspices of the Y. 31. C. A., is a strik ing example of the power a reporter has for doing good. In his biography, "The Making of an American."' he tells of his light a- a police reporter for the Xew York Tribune, and later for the j sun a".int the overcrowded tenements ii. the -him-. Although at lir-t unaided and forced to li-ten to discouragement irom all side- he did not waver in his purpose until Mulberry I'.end. the worst of the plague -pots, had been destroyed .and a playground and park had been built upon its site. When Mr. Kiis began his work in Mulberry -tieet. that "beat" wa- the lo.i-t -ought after in the city. A con tinual feud a- carried on between the reporter- for the d...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. Igft Hi i 1 H V 1 4 fif m 1 PP' sy pi i is SOCIETY Birch Wilhitc. of Kwheport, s-on of Mr. and Mr,. .John K. Williite of Ka-t Broadway, and Mi- .Snic IJoula-. daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Jaint- Dou;: la of Miouri town-hip, were married at the home of the liride'- parents eleven mile- we-t of Columbia, ye-ter-day afternoon at -1 o'clock ly Elder X. 15. Green of the I'apti-t church. The lride is a graduate of Howard Payne college at 1'ayttte. Mo., ami the liridej.'room is cashier of the JJank ot ISwIieport. Mr. and Mr-. Williite depaited for a month's trip in tin- -oiitli. ROBERT J. BURDETTE COMMENDS STORY OF "BILL OF THE COB PIPE" The Alpha I'hi Sima. the -enior -o-cicty nf the l"niwr-ity of Mi--ouri women, will entertain the fre-hmau p:rl- of the Unier-ity Saturday niht at Ifead Hall. Co-tume- will he worn repre-entiii men and women of Colo nial time-,. a rroLvr ry oc. r 4 c crops'- jfirui -f- tt'f " 4'ot -"Zit,', fftrt's 6 Mi- .Mamie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOUMAN. VOLOIE I "ROSE" FIELD HERE AFTER 3 YEARS! i Early Days of University Are . Recal led by Visit of Three ' "Old Grads." THEIR STUDENT PRANKS' How "Rose" and Ed Sherman Puinmeled Each Other in Fight Over a Girl. ' Mini old icsidents of Columbia Ii.nl nu'iiiiiiio nf tin' old dais of tlu Uni-u-i-iti. ulu-ii tin' minimis were part ot tin- mill Uniicrsiti buihliiifr. abruptly rt-t.illnl tin in icstcrday anil today by tin- i-it of three forun-r students of thr University of Missouri Ito-wcll 51. Field. T. C. Wil-on ami Henri Cho nicaii. Mr. Held will lecture1 to tin students of tlio Dcpaitnieiit of .lourual-i-m till aftcinooii in Itnom 44 of Aca ilriiiii Hall. Tin- i- .Mr. Field's first visit to Co liiinlii.i i ic - lie Iff t tin' UnivtT-.it y in 172. Tin' minimis especially called toitli ti mli-r lcmiiiiscenccs. Tin tliii'i" spent tin' moiniiif: tailing on old ac quaint. inecs and t :1K inr ovit old stu di'iil dai-. Tt-ai-. now and tlii'ii were lt.i-tilv hiil-hcd nu.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 February 1909

L. M'ijggW UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY JO, 1909. 1 u I n KrJ & i fcKJ - , 1 EM University Missouritm An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo. every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri, Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUUSCRIlTION-InvarlaMy in Advance: Ky Mall or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Bl'siKbss Office Room E, Academic Hall, Universityof Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telefhone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Uusiness O trice. 7H. SPIRIT OFTHE NEWS Only Approml Ailrrrtiili'J Arceptrtl. JCntm on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. Ey3K?Ttl UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 20. University Glee and Mandolin clubs. Return concert. Feb. 23. Walter Wellnian at Univer sity Assembly, 10 a. in. Feb. 25. China Remodeling Her Civili zation, .lames Ware, of Skang bai, China, second floor, Aca domic Hall. Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909. MANY BOOKS GIVEN TO M. I LIBRARY Increasing Generosity of the Public Shown in Report of H. O. Severance. MAP OF THE COLUMBIA SCHOOL DISTRICT i 6ROUHP3 ma.p or COLUMBIA -SCHOOL DISTRICT 5riOvvNO location or present buildings G)FtTf1& ftoa yf. K. BIXBY CONTRIBUTOR Donations Exceed Those of the Previous Year by J)()2 Volumes. CPRt o .SHOWING CLEARLY THE NEED Or an ADDITIONAL WARD 5CHOOL I A f5 A report on tlio University of Mis souri lilirary. which II. O. Severance, lilirarian. is preparing, shows that the public has been more generous to the. library the a-t year than in the pre ceding. The -lifts and exchanges exceed tho-e of the previous year by 902 volume-. The peiiodical gifts number 212 more than a year ago. W. K. Bixby, of St. Louis, has added to hi- other numcron- gifts to the li brary a copy of "l'oems and Letters in the Handwriting of Robert Burns." The library i- indebted to the Ameri can Philo-ophical society for a set ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 February 1909

.hSaaaBg&aaaetffi UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909. 1 II ! ! Ambassador Bryce Speaks on Educational Problems in Chicago. ffrvilt RELIGION NEEDED IN ILJLJfl SCHOOLS fSRROWl I CUJPECO SMCUMI OUABTER size 1 COLLARS I I They neither shrink, scratch, I I saw not stretch i.v.-2fors:c. I I Clurtt, rrabwly A '"c.Troy.X. T. M , HE SAYS CONDITIONS IN ENGLAND FIRST-CLASS EXCLUSIVE CONFECTIONERY V STORE 16 South 9th St. C. W. FURTNEY Tungsten, Tantalum and Gem Lamps. Students' Shades 712 Broadway WALLER For Savitar Photos A. M. Baird Attorney at Law Office Exchange National Hank building I. C. Adams, Jeweler Ji Written Guarantee on Jtll Watch Repairing Peck Drug Company SS TheLeacock 5 IEACOCK . w t Bl & 0 o S standard lor all games Athletic Goods are .tTl.lliS rv o The Best and Lowest Free Catalogs R. J. LEACOCK SPORTING GOODS CO. 808-810 PINE ST., ST. LOUIS Growing Lack of Reverence Among the Young, He Believes. CIIICACO. Feb. 1!. .lames Rrycc. lulu -ador fioiii .'ie.i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MTSSOURIAN. VOLOIE I COLU3IBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909. NUMBER 94 COLDER WEATHER IS PROMISED EXPLORER AND NEWSPAPER MAN ON BOARD ARCTIC STEAMER IS It May Rain or Snow Tonight, is IS HEIR TO $83,000 Charles L. Turek Will Spend Part of Inheritance in Aiding His Chum. j Forecast for Columbia. I The weather foreca-t: "Threatening I and colder tonight : probably rain or -now. Wedne-dav jurtlv cloudv and cold. r. The temperature- today: NO SNAPSAYS RIIS STANDARDS URGED Energy and the Ability to Walter Wellman Pleads for Tell the Truth, Essential , Endowed. Xon-Partisan Qualifications. ! Newspaper. 7 a. in. ... 45 11 a. m. . 1 S a. m. ... -17 12 (ii(M.n) 47 4! STUDENT WAITER REPORTER'S JOG HIGHER JOURNALISM ? I I E WILL CONTINUE STUDIES Has Been Earning School Expenses by Working at Dining Club. AVI,, r harle- I- Turek. of 3013 Wis-o-ii-i!. amie. !. Loui-. a fre-hman in tin (.-"liege of Agriculture of the Uni-.r-itv "f Mi ouri. a notified to jniiif to t. 1-oui-. wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1909

It I' 1 I m University Missourinn An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Me., every school Jay by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Invariably In Alliance: Ily Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Tiro Cent. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 2T1. Business Orhce. "II. Only Approved Ailrerttulny Accepted. Hales on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 25. Feb. 20. Mar. 4. Mar. 5. Mar. 11. China Remodeling llcr Civili zation, James Ware, of Skang hai, China, second floor, Aca dcmic Hall. "Pan-American Night" by the Cosmopolitan club. 7:30 p. in., women".- parlors of Academic Hall. Social Problem- of American Cities, Dr. T. J. Riley. Elks' Benefit, University Audi torium. The Relat...

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