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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909. r ft r WELLMAN'S EFFORT TO HHDJHE POLE Explorer Will Make Another Attempt by Air Ship Next Summer. CRAFT BEING PERFECTED Air-Navigation is Easier in Arctic Regions Than in America, He Says. -The quit of the North Pole and the South Poll N a law of gravity within man. Hie North Pole stands as the center ami symbol of a vast un known region. To make this unknown known U one of the highest ambitions of man," -ays Walter Wellman, who headed the Wollman Chicago Reoord Ilcrald expedition to attain the North Pole by moan of an airship during the summer.- of 100C and 1007 and who will make another attempt with the same air.-hip next summer. Mr. Well man is now Washington correspondent of the Chicago Record-Herald. lie lec tured to the students in journalism at the University of Missouri today. Of all the attempts to discover the North Pole in the last two centuries, the attempt of Walter Wellman, begun three car ago. was perhaps the most sp...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1909

rf UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909. '. ALUMNI NOTES W. C. ("flatty"') Matthews, former art editor of the Savitar, writes that the Missourian lias become indispensa ble to him at the University of Illi nois. E. E. Kite, Law '07, has his shingle out at St. Francis, Kan., and report plenty of business. He was formerly a debater here and pre-idcnt of the U. D. club. IJ. P. ('-Billy") Six, Law '04, one ot Missouri's former point winners in the sprints ngain-t Kansas, is now with the Bur-au of Education at Manila, Philippine Islands. Charles Shultz, former track captain, who-c time in the half-mile (2:X l-.". made in "01) i --till the uniei-ity tee ord, get the Mi:oiirian at 30'J Tvvcn-ty-eighth street, Cairo, III. Fred V. Temple. Law '07, has left Ten-ne-see for Oklahoma, and is now prac ticing law at Idabel, with an office over the postolfice. He a- one of the char ter member- of Theta Kappa Xu, the honoiarv legal fraternitv. Palph Hamilton, LL. I J. ')', one of the me...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOUTUAN. t- A g fP Z? VOLUME I IN I University Bards Writing for the Annual. Are Busy Student WHO IS "E. C. CAPOTE?" Identity of One Contributor Puzzles Even Members of Staff. Xeailv lm poem have boon submit t,,l -iiioo rini-ttiui- in tho litorary con-to-t concluded by tin- Savitar, tho -tu-ddit aniiiial at tho University of Mis souri. Xeailv ovory day tho Savitar 1ki- in tin- eonidor f tho fir-t tloor ot" Academic hall i- found to contain eon-uihiitinii-. ohioily litorary. From lofty tribute- to tho oolumn to "An Odo to a Collar Button." nearly ovory eoiicoixablo subject is oovorod in tho-o poem-. Mo-t of the poems toom with lie hoal interest and some of thorn an- dooidodly clover. "The La ment of a Fro-hiiian Flunk." published iii tho yellow otia" of the Mis-ourian. x.a- a Saxitar oontribution. Several ?ong- and oxen a few now yolk have bun -uhmittcil in the competition. Tin- ino-t piolitie of the Savitar bard ie an unknown gcniu-. who signs the n;.ine "I!. C. Capote...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1909

ffii; !! s: I! University Missourian Am evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unizersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUIISCKIPTIOX-lniarlably in Aclinnce Ky Mail or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. Business Office Koom E, Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office. 37T. Newsroom, 274. Business Othce. 711. Only Approrrd Admitting Arcrpted. Jtatrg on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian', Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 2. China Remodeling Her Civili sation, .James Ware, of Shang Iiai, China, second .lloor, Aea domic Hall. Feb. 20. '-Pan-American Night" by the Cosmopolitan club, 7:30 p. in.. women's parlors of Academic Hall. Mar. 4. Social Problems of American Cities, Dr. T. J. Itiley. Mar. 5. Elks' Benefit, University Audi torium. Mar. 11. Th Rela...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1909

, UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1909. CUTTING COLLEGE SPORTJCHEOULES Harvard Authorities Think Large Number of Games Menaces Scholarship. L UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI School of Mines and Metallurgy SELLS FOR $2,200 Collection of Letters by Poet ROLLA, MISSOURI Brings 5,100 in New York. W 43 A New Kodak BBBBBSaHftsffiip - -----. MW YOU CAN GET ONE MH 31 X 41 FOR ONLY SUMMER SCHOOL June 14 to July 24, 1909 Owing to the continued demand from mining students, mine managers and superintendents, graduates and undergraduates of engineering schools, and science teachers, the School of Mines and Metallurgy announces a six-weeks Summer School beginning June 14, 1909. All of the courses will be given in the laboratories at Rolla. The summers at Rolla are delightful, Rolla being located in the OzarLs at an elevation of eleven hundred forty feet. Many vis itors spend the summer annually at Rolla because of the pleasant weather of the months of June and July. COURSES OFFERED IN 1909 ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1909

"3"""TIHP UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1909. ms.iMi.amt. E.-TasecgaiS ;J 1 1 ? ? i tM J M - SOCIETY Tliu Sigma Chi fraternity gave an informal luncheon and dance yesterday for 3ft. and Mrs. W. E. Hardy, of Lin coln, Neb. Mr. and Mr. G. B. I)orey vere eliapcrones. The staff antl noii-commi-Moncd of ficers of the Militi.ry department of the University of Missouri will give their annual liall in about two weeks at En tertainment Hall. PREDICTS A NEW SCHOOL OF ART Dr. John Pickard Lectures on the Impressionists at Museum. THE "OPTICAL MIXTURE" Mi l!losoni Dt-vliu. a freshman in the department of .rt and Science, has gone to Kun-as City for a -hort visit. Mi Margaret Leonard, the finest of Mi Loui-e (jiiarlf. ha-, returned to her home in Marshall. Mo. Mi-' Edna lian-ay of Kansas City is the gui't nf AIi Eli-nor Cannv. Discovery Made by Manet, Who Saw Meaning of Light and Air. Mi.s flertrude Cole departed yester day for St. Louis. MADCAP YOUTH WINS FAME Successful Playwr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. NUMBER 96 TEN MEM CONTROL FAIR AND WARMER TONIGHT TREAT SCHOOLBOYS ROUGHLY, HE URGES Wisconsin U. Professor Says "Sissies" Ought to Be Spanked. SPURN CIGARETTES AND COFMBETT A Little Talk on Morals by the Ex-Champion Heavyweight. LION NEEDED FOR UNIVERSITY SAYS HE'S WILLING TO FIGHT JOHNSON Pleasant Weather Forecasted for T Columbia Tomorrow. The weather forecast: "Fair tonight mil Friday; ri-ing temjierature Fri day." The temperatures for today fol Unscrupulous Combination Has Throttled All Competition. low: Appropriation of That Sum is Recommended by Visiting Committee. 7 a. m 22 11 a. m 34 S a. in 25 12 (noon) ... 30 9 a. in 27 1 p. m 42 10 a. in. .. 30 j. m. .. 50 TRICKERY IS RESORTED TO TOO MUCH REFINEMENT URGES PURE ATHLETICS HER READINGS PLEASED ALL FOR A LIBRARY BUILDING MIL OBACCO T t ?& Findings of Herbert Knox Smith Are Reported to the President. By I'nltcil rrcf. WASHINGTON, 1). C. Foil....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. University Missouri An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postorace at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SCBSCRIPTIOX-Invariably in Alliance: By Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Tto OnU. On Sale at the Drag Shop and the Co-Op. Business Office Room 37, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Tklei-ho.se Numbers: Department office. 377. Neivsroom,27l. Only Approval .ldrertiniuij Accepted, Jlatft on Application. kickers, and has lxen weak in several other so-called "finer points." In a number of close "antes between various Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo, EWBfe UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Feb. 20. "Fail-American Night" by the Cosmopolitan club, 7:30 p. in., women's parlors of Academic Hall. Mar. 4. Social Problems of American Cities Dr. T. J. Ril...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1909

Th UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA, MISSOURI SUMMER SCHOOL June 14 to July 24, 1909 Owing to the continued demand fromf mining students, mine managers and superintendents, graduates .and undergraduates of engineering schools, and science teachers, the School of Mines and Metallurgy announces a six-weeks Summer School beginning June 14, 1909. All of the courses will be given in the laboratories at Rolla. The summers at Rolla are delightful, Rolla being located In the Ozarks at an elevation of eleven hundred forty feet. Many vis itors spend the summer annually at Rolla because of the pleasant weather of the months of June and July. COURSES OFFERED IN 1909 The following courses will be given during the 1909 Summer Session: Fire Assaying. Qualitative Chemical Analysis. Quantitative Chemical Analysis. Mineralogy. Metallurgy Laboratory. Mining. SUMMER COURSES FIRE ASSAYING. This work includes the assay, by sco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. 'VARSITY NOTES Miss Mae Corwin returned from week's -visit in Chicago last night. The junior Engineers will give dance at Entertainment hall tonight. Miss Julia Maccbry of Carthage, Mo., is a guest at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house. Miss Helen McGill went to her home at Lebanon, Mo., today to attend her bister's wedding. M E-MAKER IS HAPPIEST WOMAN Lady Arthur Paget Says the Mothers Are Most Useful of AH. A SOCIETY OF DOLLARS I!. II. riepmeier, C. E. '06, is now in the service of the Illinois State High way commission, with headquarters at Springfield, 111. Harry A. LaKue, Eng. '07, and Mis souri Valley football center in '00, is now in Washington, D. C, in the em ployment of the government. His address is 133 A street, X. E. Mr. Fox will le glad to show you his line of spring styles in "Foxy Clothes" at Sykes & Broadhcad's Friday and Saturday. (adv.) m owMany Trips S5P? tothe AAmAK wXAmmY 6 Mark them and see Corliss Coon Collars ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 February 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. XU3IBER 97 V $ IB Mri COMPOSE A SONG AND WIN THIS $50 A Prize H:is Been Awaiting Some Student for Four Years. FACULTY DONATED MONEY Xo Musical Piece Worthy of the Award Has Been Offered. lint a "' award awaiting the stu dent co:np"-ir t a suitable Missouri tollc'e -'ii''. i- not known probably to maiiv students in the University of Mi-uiui. Tin' money has been in the care of ' ' Hahb. secretary of the liiiver-itv of Missouri, four years. In tlii time no -oiig has been ottered that i- worthy of the prize. Tin- money subscribed by fac ulty members and students in the ( -ion of liMU-limr.. It was given to Mr. It.ibb's Lands to be awarded by a com mittee, l'lie words of the- song must lie original, while the music may or may not ! original. The commit tee appointed at the time consisted of .ludge V. II. Roberts. Dr. L. M. DePoe. Dr. II. M. Relden and Dan iel Md'ailand. Mr. McFarland was then a -tudent. Several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 February 1909

r UNIVERSITY MI880UKIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. University missoununi . ," , h mini t miIk HUM miIIi).'! m (in I'Xli ii A n timing ntu tf-tt f-nlllilirt ill t hImimI t,tt AI , t W9 y r. hn-l 19 1 If lilt I'tpit Imtnl nf fun' nullim n tlie I'mli sully nf Allnim I Cni.1 ! II, rtiollitr m I ..t.ni.l,, i. Mi. - rfif1 iUm mall iimhm Mt'lmdltirf KIN Intiitliilil In ,1.Ihiiii. Mr Mull ! I miif'i i Ni limil l hi, f.flll Hi ihi altir, .'A'i. Hlnieli i iiilf-a, 'I nn Ci ill.. lllUiMfc. flri-i.i. .tti 17. Aiu'Immii llilll. Ui,ir'ili ..I Mi....... I I ..,,,I,M. M.. 'I HI .1 IK .Ill l M.lHP llrMltili.if ..Hi. r 177. Nrnr.il, .mi, 771 lllllll fin.i. f.f 1 1 i llml nil itrrfilnl. Unit m tut fiitfi til Inn. Aitihtxtt tilt ttinitniiiiti iitiiti fit I 'nivhmmii i Mm-untttA'., I 'otiimlnii, Miu KfWTt, i lihim.v I nr ii ni li'i'il of lln- hiI of Hm nun i i I fin ililn-K in thi- line .in ill jilmiilih iniuli iiiii' Am ii imillir of pit iimiIihii iiijiiiiiit its OHM ,H,'ll. Illlll lol I III- I OIIVI ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 February 1909

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. JOURNALISM RANKS HIGH SAYS TAFT President-Elect Addresses the Students of University of Pennsylvania. PRESS A POWER FOR GOOD He Talks of the Relation of Ministry and Teachers to Politics. In 11 :ullri . liefort' tin1 University of Pi'iiiiIaiiia on "I'lt-fiit Relation of tin l.'-:i m-l Professions to Political tlovernmeiit." Picsidcnt-eleet Taft lki' i tin' mini-try. the teacher and tin- journalist. He -aiil when tin new-papers were cnndtiitcd on tlif highest plane they exerted :i- inuih influence for good as the miui-ter- and liail a wider range. The ministry, however, he declared, a- h-t much of its influence upon t;o eminent ly the spread of education ami a wider diffusion of knowledge. so that t"I.iy the piofcssion does not at tract the ablest oiuig men. This decla ration brought to the minds of his auditoi- the attack on Taft's religious ies in th- recent campaign. The effect of an intense patriotism taught lis and girls in the ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 February 1909

r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. MILES OF WIND: 'VARSITY NOTES SOCIETY How Would You Like to Own a Home in Beautiful Westwood or Westmount? Miss Mamie Stidtlath went to her Lome in Warrcnsburg, Mo., yesterday. Junior students in the Engineering Department of the University of Mis souri gave a dance at Fyfer hall last night in honor of their friends. About thirty couples were present. The chap crones were: President and Mr. A. Ross Hill. Dean and Mrs. H. B. Shaw, Prof, and Mrs. D. Wade Hibbard and Prof, and Mrs. F. V. Spalding. The frehman lawyers will give a smoker for the seniors of that depart ment soon. March the Most Changeable Month in the Year. The Pike County club will meet at 7 o'clock tonight at the 1'lii Gamma Delta liou-e. WEATHER OP ALL KINDS HOURS OF SUNS Dr. M. S. Wildman is ill with .'rip. lie ha been unable to meet his. classes for the last week. The senior farmers are preparing for their annual county fair. A meeting of the class has been called f...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I COLU3IBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1909. NUMBER 98 "IS Was Oniy a Dog, Not Worth Much, but "Bumbsky" Loved Him. KILLED BY AN AUTOMOBILE Old Man Sees His Pet Crushed by Car on Broadway. Chubbi" i- dead. That is why Gus tae Billon. Known to students of the Univer-ity a- "Bumb-ky," is sad ami refu-c- to talk. "Chuhbv" was "Bunib-kyV dog. lie -u,s a small, shaggy, quarrelsome, woithlc -pecimcii of doghood. But T.ntnb-kv" loved him a- well as if he li:ul had the bluest of dog blood in his a eili-. "Ihubbv" a fond of barking at buggies and automobiles. He had been frequent I v c!ia-ti-ed for this foible. .a-t vcar lie had a narrow c-capo from death when he was run over by .lame-. II. Mo--" automobile. "Bumbsky" res cued him and tenderly nursed him baek to life, "Chubby V experience only .reined to ineiea-e his hatred of the "liic-buggies." He would bark savage ly at them as they whized by. Sevei.il lime-, -inee he has narrowly mi -d beinu run down. Sunda...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1909

1 J UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1909. University Missourian An evening nrwsfafer 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. SPIRIT OF THE NEWS N Y1EffroiNTS SDKSCIlIPTION-lmariablj- in Advance: ly Mall or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.25. Single CopteK, Tno Centx. Business Office Room 37. Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Only Approved Adcertiting Accepted. Hates on Application. Address til! communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Mar. 4. Social Problems of American Cities, Dr. T. J. Riley. Mar. 5. Elks' Benefit, University Audi torium. Mar. 11. The Relation of the Physician to the Public and the Public to the Physician, Dr. A. W. McAlestcr. Mar. IS. The Positive Value of Doubt, Dr. C. M. Sharpe. Mar. 23. The Outl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1909

to .4 f i Kill FARMERS FOR GOOD ROADS Progress in Improvements Due to the Spirit of the People. AID BY CASH AND LABOR Curtis Hill Reviews the Work Last Year New Law All Right, He Says. Curtis 15. Hill, &tatc highway engi neer. .ay tl" irogru of load build in" in Mioiiri in 1!03. shows that the spirit of the farmiT-. i toward bettor road condition-. This i-, proved, he tav. b their aid la-t year, both by ca-h g'n't- iUltl ''.v I:l,M)r- In speaking of the work of road improvements in Mi-ouri, Mr. Hill .-aid today: "Xou that the annual settlements of county road air.iir- are about made for the ear ltMW. one can .tand off and suriey the re-lllt-. Taking the state a a whole the re-nits look good. The one year"- trial of the county highway engineer 'feak- well for the new sy tt.ui of Mipeni-ion. This per-on ha done better in -onie counties than other- but enough can be een to demon strate that the law is ait advancement in road atrair-. Like everything el-e. much has depended upon the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAK, MONDAY, SIAKCH 1, 1909. The Drug Shop For all Hinds of Toilet Goods Come Direct to The Drug' Shop You can supply all your needs here with greater satisfaction. We carry a full line of FINETOILETSOAP o &" $& - vK ti'V rlSF" Wi T. w n mgmm 'j2? -4-(l5 1.144 WW 3C""J " lip C J3fc mm tym J. " ww"IZJVT-'V?J Also a complete stock of Toilet Water and Perfumes Our Tooth Brushes ore Guaranteed We offer you a better variety of brushes to select from, and if they pull out, we will replace the brush with a new one free of charge. Try Colgate's Violet Into Powder When you want good Face Cream or Tooth Powder come to the Drug Shop Headquarters for Colgate's Sterling Toilet Goods THE DRUB SHOP HATTON & KNIGHT . v s Stk Ka ByXOLGATE'sXSI Ml VIOLET KB llUtALC POWDER m Jm pumnto Mi M jufliSEPTic MP9 i'0""uo, Tiki t&fill Men 'W BQp --'- SOCIETY Delta Tail Delta pave a dinner party yesterday at their lodpe on Rollins street. The mest were Miss Lucile McVcy of Linc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 March 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. U31E COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1909. NUMBER 99 WILL BE COOLER WEDNESDAY HE HAS REFUSED CORPORA TION FEES MOONLIGHT MEET GIVES IIP SI 00,000 f The Fair Weather is to Continue in Columbia and Vicinity. Tin- weather forwa-t for today and tomorrow is as follow : "Fair tonight and Wednesday; cooler Weelne-sday." li a. in .15 1 1 a. hi (HI 7 a. in .T! 12 (noon) ... i!2 8 a. in 40 I p. in (!." !) a. in 4S p. m CS 10 a. in Xi FORMED BY CO-EOS An Organization to Have Charge of Features That Concern Girls. ON ROLLINS FIELD IN YEARLY FEES Senator Hughes of Colorado Quits All Corporation Practice. Coach Monilaw is Training University Athletes By Night. COUNCIL OF WOMEN EACH CLASS REPRESENTED Cases of Violation of U. of M. Ideals to he Considered The Preamble. M a lti.i meeting of the yoniijr women in tin' Unive-rsity of Missouri ti-i- morning a centitution was acce-pt-,1 unanimously for a Council of Uni-t-i-it Women. This council is to have chaige of ccitain s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 March 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1909. Mveraiftf Missourian An timing newspaper published at Columbia, Slo., every schoolday by the Department of "Journalism of the L'niz-ersity of Misso u ri. Entered at the postorfice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SCUSCKIPTIOX-Intariably In Alliance: Ily Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.35. Single Cojiien, Two Cent. Business Offick Room 37. Academic Hall, University ot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telehio.se Nl'Miihks: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 71. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Itatett on Application. SPIRIT OFTHE NEWS Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Mar. 4. Social Problems of American Cities, Dr. T. J. Riley. Mar. 5. Elks' Benefit, University Audi torium. Mar. II. Tli Relation of tlic Physician to the Puhlie and the Public to the Physician, Dr. A. W. McA letter. Mar. IS. The Positive Value of Doubt. Dr. C. M. Sharpe. Mar.So. The Outlook for Ch...

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