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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 September 1908

H''AFA,iWAJv -jT W i- 'Wf UNIVERSITY MTSSOURIAJST. VOLIDIE I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1908. NUMBER 11 il iiiii IIIMI IMMIltWWWIWWW111'"" i'lm '''ti! k'i'i.'ii'i'M i " ,(i W i , CO-OP MUST MOVE, EXECUTIVE BOARD OF CURATORS SAYS Recommendation Adopted at Board Meeting Saturday Awaits Ratification at Session in Rolla, Oct. 8. MERCHANTS COMPLAIN THAT STORE ISN'T CO-OPERATIVE Location on the University Campus Said to Be Unfair Advantage. Tin' Co-opor.it iio Store, known to the students of the University of Missouri a-, "the Co-op." must move oil tin University campus ami sever its con nection with the University, if recom mendation adopted Saturday by the -ceutive hoard of the Hoard of Curator- N ratified by the board as a whole. The Coop occupies spacious quarter in the basement of the University, into which it moved last summer. Trior to that it was in a loom on the first floor, which it outgrew. The recommendation adopted by the vxecutive board sets forth no reason f...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 September 1908

pWgByWi-MHMWw... , ,,, t ffTTmpnrtlj- ill 4$ UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1908. K Er University Missourian An ezenins; newspaper puHUhal at Columbia, Mo., retry schoolday br the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postufiice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1S7U. SITKSCKIITIOX- Invariably in Alliance: Ily Mull or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.33. Single Copier., Tii Cent-.. Ofuce Room D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TELtlllOSE Xl'MliERS: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 271 and 711. Oiij Approml Ailrrrtisimj Ateeptfl. Hiitr on Appliratiou. Address nil communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo. board of equalization to apportion the taxation. It would give the counties and cities the power to subject to taxa tion real and personal property within their jurisdiction. It would in the coun ties vest the taxing ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 September 1908

sssh&&nsasEsi jaw wwiiL. sssmaii TwftPWP1 jjp8rrTpSSW3?S -vm-tr;; -x UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1908. 11 il 11 i J m fl n i H CLA! MONUMENT LONG NEGLECTED Kentucky Legislature at Last Orders Repairs for Statue. LKXTXfiTON. Ky., Sept. 2S. 15y a stroke of liglitniiif: !wn year npo the Henry Clay Monument in the Lexinj,' ton Cemetery was bclieaih-d. Only this week a committee va appointed by (,ov. Wil-on to take charge of the work of repairing the damage. The 10,000 appropriated by the last Legislature will be ned for the purpose. For all thi- time the oneo hamKome statue has stood beadle , and thou sands of people have said with a igh What a shame!"' The monument was erected by sub scriptions from throughout the country, the Eastern people giving the largest contribution-, the total co-t being ."(), 2(!3.'. It was completed in January, 1S00. The pcde-tal is 09 feet high, and the statute surmounting it is 12 1-2 feet high, making the total height from the grou...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1908. COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF THE CLASS IRON WITH ELECTRICITY RUSH SHOWS THAT STRATEGY WON r; f: . t i -" mf Clean'Sport iiTAnnual Battle U When It'IsTroperly L- 3J2 Safeguarded. (Continued from First Page.) the Sophomore who clung to his an kle, he pulled himself panting to a joint of the iron pole, which made a Blight ridge in it, and crossed his knee-, over it. Panting, Kiii7y rotcd there a full minute, and the dull report of a ll.ish light photograph startled the crowd. Sophomores below, realizing the battle was lo-t, made in tpite of the realiza tion a few half-hearted efforts to reach the triumphant figure clinging monkey like to the pole. Several tried to climb on the shoulders of their companions but the ubiquitous I'reshmen pulled them back into the perspiring mass of humanity on the ground. Then slowly, up, up, Kinzy went, while the croud cheered madly. Then he sat on the oti arm of the jxile , and leisureh untied the coeted Mis sou...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 September 1908

- UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908. NUMBER 12 aftwiHy1.'. TO PLAY POLITICS HERE Author Will Give Voters a Witching Hour Saturday Evening. HAS THREE ONE-NIGHT STANDS Former Reporter Speech making for Democratic Ticket. tiutu Tliiima-. a successful play- rijjlit. will appear in three one-night stands i" Missouri" tlii-. .week, in tlie intciest of tlie democratic ticket, lie will lu-t ;iiH'iir in Kansas City and v. ill conic to Colnmliia Sat unlay even ing. riiini here Mr. Thomas will go to Springfield, where he will complete hi-, "dates" in Mi-ouii. Mr Thomas lisi- iim'Ii rapidly. At line time he v;i- an amateur aetor. "Sow iie is a playwright of acknowl edged ability ami an eloquent orator. He began a-- a reporter on the St. Louis Post Dispatch, ami illustrated his own "-tori"." At that time. Mr. Thomas became ambitious to heeome a dramat-i-t, ami presented secral jIays in St. Louis theaters, which were successes. Mr. Thoma-. alo travel...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908. K- mm mm jk, m &S, - IsSf m University Missourmn .rl evening nevsfafer published at Columbia, Mo., every school.tay by the Department of Journalism of the Uniz'ertity of Missouri. would be many and the great institution, to whose support every farmer in the State contributes his small portion, could connect itself with no liettcr movement than that of the Farm Boys' Encampment movement by which the younger geneiation of the farm is Application pending for admission as second- j reached, class mail mailer at the potollice ai Columbia, ; '1VJ., UllUbl llit jlbll Ul V-UUISS V .'laibll (I, .J..'. IXTEKCOLLEiJIATE ATHLETICS. j The college ball field is a laboratory. I The work theie is not much to any ' purpose perhaps, but it is what it is without anv sham. There was never Oi-uce Room II, Academic Hall. University ot ., );ln plavcr of a vear's standing who would not "-war a baseball or "boot a football if he could get but half a ! ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 September 1908

n ' " '" " imy I i UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908. MY AGENCIES CLOTHING Michaels, Stern & Company, of Rochester, N. Y. Rosenwold & Weil, Chicago, Illinois. Royal Taylors, Chicago, Illinois FURNISHINGS Calumet Custom Shirts, of New York City. "Superba" Neckwear, Rochester, New York. Fownes' Gloves, New York City. Corliss, Coons Collars. Ohio Suspender Company. Faultless Night Robes and Pajamas. Wilson Brothers' Famous Underwear. HATS The Kingsbury and Imperial 3.00 Hats. Also John B. Stetson's. Full Line of Spalding Sweaters and Jerseys. Beautiful Pennants, Pillows, Hat Bands, etc., in Endless Variety. THIS IS THE "STORE OF QUALITY" THE "ROCHESTER" SOL LICHTENSTEIN, Proprietor WINNER OF CLASS RUSH, AND THE SCENE AS HE CLIMBED ABOVE REACH OF CROWD HOW KINZY TELLS RUSH WAS WON COLUMBIA OPENS ST. LOUIS ALUMNI WITH CLASS RUSH RENEW OLD TIES Freshman Hero Says Farm " University in New York City Life Fitted Him for the Struggle. RESERVES TURNED THE TRICK Freshme...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 September 1908

Hi -- -In ' 'fcl H K,- i vs. P &i It It' PF&-j 1 : LB ' - " t f? I I I . ATHLETICS SCRIMMAGE WORK ON THE CARDS NOW Tigers Will Be in Condition to Meet Iowa in Three Weeks. i DEPARTMENT IS OUT OF SUITS I More Than 200 Men Expected ! " Out by Middle of October. CHANGES IN 'VARSITY LINE I Coach Jlonilaw last night . . , switched Cant. Miller from his old place at right tackle to guard ISIuck, who has boon ilaiu; left 9 tackle. was -eiit to right tackle. and "Kii" .ndoroii went from guard to left tackle. l-'oolhall soiiimuagc practice at tlie UiiiiT-it of -Miiini .t- held tout times !at week, anil -ei'lll- to !, on the books almo-t daily this week. Coach .Monilaw icalios tlie mi-e .ity for con ditioning his men o.clh. with tlie low:, game loss tlian tlilee week-, distant. .Monilaw- now has tlilee complete cle ells on tlie tield ilaih. and some to spaio. Signal practice i- being held every night except Niluiday on the big j!iiiiiii-iiuii lloor. the tlnee ii:ad taking t in ii at t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 September 1908

UOTVERSITY MISSOUHIAK VOLU3IE T. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908. NUMB ER 13 1 LAST STRAWS BLOW ALONG BROADWAY Reporter Counts Twenty Within an Hour on Men, Five on Women. ICY BLASTS ALL AROUND 'EM But Columbia, Paris-Athens of Missouri, Resolutely Sets New Style. ou remember how cold it was yes terday afternoon and how every one fished overcoat out ef mothballs at the bottom of ti imks. Some thought it would snow liel'orc night. That was tin- afternoon a reporter for the University Missourian eount-l l'1L" straw hats on Rroadway. Facing the icy blasts upon Ilitt stuet was a pair of four-inch cuffs on a thirty-si-inch eoat. topped by a straw hat! In ome town-. Sept. 1" is considered the last day for the straw hat as ap parel. Columbia thinks differently. .vi... M-onlil von think of see-in five straw hats upon the streets of Colum bia on a day like that when walnuts were dropping frosted from the tree's? Could your imagination picture TEX in one hour upon the street...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 September 1908

li?l!i'1iggSigrgj.M,u,,..lt,,,1,m. , PPiilMil MMdHHHMMHMK wiic R- irp'GrjQ - -VZ-Fjff f - - UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908. )$ - v . ? h'-swst vi ,? jj v?; tv ""-"v1.... t 3- ,-y,'ir-jj,B VvF 'fssK 'WJfj? ?5vvfVfhiP5s999lKsKKB I & R F- It W Ihi 17 I University MIssourian ! evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the potoffice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3. 1879. SUBSCUirTIOX-Ininrlably in Advance. By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. FASHIONS Office Room D. Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Xumlers : Department office, 377. Newsroom. 274 and 714. Only Approved Adrerti&iny Accepted. JtatcB on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo. THIS DULL CAMPAIGN. 'Another quiet c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908. ARISTOCRATIC CATTLE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI WHICH TRAVEL IN STATE TO ROUND OF STOCK SHOWS WILL CAN PLAYS Theatrical Man Plans to Keep Them in Cold Storage. PRESERVES THE STARS' LINES New Field Opened Up for Harvesting Profits for Managers. NEW YORK, Sept. 30 Henry B. Har ris, owner of the Hudson and Hackett theatres, and producer of many plays, lias put into operation a plan which will completely revolutionize play production where a drama is to he revived or pre sented at a distance from the point where it mav be running. The scheme will entirely do to produce the voices of the actors. .Mr. Hams Has taKcn movin" pictures of his plays and pho nographic records of the principal speeches. The films and records will he held in his ollices until it is necessary to revive the dramas, when they will be employed to illustrate just how the original production looked and to reproduce the voices of the actors. The idea occurred to Mr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 September 1908

y$5ggggraspmyaj(Bg wmnK gatttBsa - TTTfrnt. mi 1 1 n ?:Tis &$ Kilii UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908. FOREIGN PUPILS EXCEL IN SCHOOL UNION LABOR SEES GOOD TIMES AHEAD The UptoDate Young Man! ATHLETICS Doesn't want the same style gar ments that his elders wear. OUR I SYSTEM SUITS ii.,..i iii..-nm.i.-..i.. muni i -IP 'J " I iu. hi. iimim.j.1 Ji i.. i. m. '''"'.. II i " ' u I I .J.j-jlj ,. f ATRHt- dCt: -- - .-. mm 1 1 I .. i n m i mi i BiFjMi''i'Fni, rmr-r--i v''rierrr"ii',tii'titr"r'-r-?nmtmrrrnmrtiMii,vim'nt n ' t n,- 7 rwnTiBTp n i im rr. r i i if ; Ks.'.3wi,siniiiBiaL t-Arj.'VKaTt.ir'j f ocw; r-3iy-iJ!.yivr.--crf.f-i.A?vW ?.J?:-t.J.li.?,2r.''-- jUt5IX rV4S.M---"fcfe'iJ'i- I I I I ! fFlfr -- rfJW W FORWARD PASS FOR WASHINGTON TEAM Cochems Dispenses With the Details as to Tackling and Falling on Ball. VARSITY TEAM IN New York Teachers. Say Natives Are Less Respectful. Cheering Reports Gathered .From All Sections of Li- Country. I mi' " JT GOOD SCRIMMAGE I ra...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 October 1908

PJpSg'JTCgy?gS gfTx.gSty5jyg 3r l ;fx :-i?vTtvtT? ftfJ1,'TW WGI! UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. NUMBER 14 .1K3WBBjjhSl fc58.W i i II 1 & n -.h STUDENTS TO TAKE STRAWBALLOTHERE Reporters for the University Missourian to Canvass Vote for President. BALLOTING WILL BE SECRET In Conjunction With Four Other Newspapers, Mimic Elections Are Planned. I low do you stand on the presidential election. Should it lie Bryan or Taft? The University Missourian will try ti answer that question in so far as the sentiment of the students of the Uni versity of Missouri is concerned, and to that end it asks the co-operation of the students and faculty members. Xct week the University Missourian, li its stair of student reporters, will take a ".straw ballot" on the national candidates to be voted on in the general election in Xo ember. The vote will be taken in strictly a non-partisan manner and will be absolutely secret. No one, not even a member of the...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. rJ rr m ra EfJL "Jb University Missourinn W evening nnvspaper published at Columbia, Mo., evey school-iay by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postotfice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, IK'J. StmSCKirTIOX-Imariably in A.Uniue: IJy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, .'iZ. .Singh- Copies, To Cents. Office Koom D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telei'HOsp. Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 271 and 714. spent for milk as if spent for Iamb chops at twenty-five cents a pound, sirloin beef at thirty cents, or eggs at thirty-six cents a dozen. By protein is meant the nourishing constituent in the solids of meat and milk, eggs, etc., which contributes to growth of bone and muscle. When one considers that every human being, in infancy, subsisted on milk ex clusively, and grew and thr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 October 1908

ifSFU gajJpggYgagjiga.jg ftp pvSrf- ,!KB-ilWpr";'Tffwr4S UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. EywamBMjM JMP f ' J.P.MORGANSGIFT TO HIS NATIVE CITY Financier Donates Splendid Art Gallery to Hartford, Conn. IN ENGLISH RENAISSANCE STYLE Will Cost $650,000 and Be Known as J. S. Morgan Memorial. XEW YORK, Oct. 1 J. P. Morgan is so closely identified with New York that people who have not read his bi ography are inclined to regard him as a native of this city. Xotable gifts made lv him to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, not only of pictures hut of an en tire section of the llocntschcl collection, and what appears like a permanent loan to the museum of the famous Garland collection of Chinese porcelains, have served to confirm this impression. In point of fact, however, it was in Hart ford, Conn., that Mr. Morgan was horn. The house of his birth stood about oppo site the Auditorium on the south side of Asylum stieet and a little west of Trumbull street. Hartford has from time ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 October 1908

BTgm.TV'Jl mm jgMflsMHffiWjigKrOTBWWMJ , - 730U JISfSlsiHBni1 : f 41 In & UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908. fi Si Jli Mi B f "jl St K " 111 HI I I 1 1 ! II" ! 'til It it : i-i ' I HI ft I i tti a- s ELIGIBLES TO 'VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, LINED UP ON ROLLINS FIELD "BUSTER" TO BEAT THREE-WEEKS RULE Carothers Will Arrive Next Saturday to Play on the 'Varsity Team. IN MOLESKINS NEXT WEEK Scrimmage Yesterday Was Liveliest Yet Seen on Rollins Field. V. J. ("ISu-.tpr") Carotins, for the la.st three year.- a 'Varsity lKture. will Ik; in Columbia Satunlay in time to en ter the University that day, and thus prevent the operation of the three-weeks rule against him. This rule, as enfo'eed by the Missouri Valley Conference, pre vents any athlete from taking part in an of 'Var.sity frames if he enters the University later than three weeks after the ollicial openiiif; of school. Carothers will be here in time to sec the Tiger measure up against the Normals in the lirst pimc of t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 October 1908

aag"1" 1 1 'wu'i , M i. toajii "Z f UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, 3IISSOUKI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. NUMBER 1 I TUBERCULAR ERM L So Says Philadelphia Woman, in Address to World Congress. SHE WOULD ISOLATE VICTIMS Negroes Are Found to Be the Chief Victims of Consumption. 1! I nilol I're. WASH I X;Tt X. 1 Ut. 2. Addressing tlii? lntoriMtioii.il Oniric-. u Tubercu losis here, Mi-. Mabel Jacques, of Philadelphia, declared that in the home of ecry poor eoiisuniptie. there i- work of some kind joinj on that will cany out into the woild the ile-ttuetivo tubeictilar genu. Miss Jacques -aid in part: "One might almost make a sweeping asset t ion and -ay that in the home of eery poor consumptive there is work of some kind going on that will carry out into the world the de-truetie tuber cular germ. "Until it become- possible to abolish work done in thee unsanitary home-, and to find -afe occupation for tin- class of people, it -eem- impossible that mueli progress can he made towaid...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAtf, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. flic n University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo. every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University 0 Missouri, Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postohicc at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCKI1TION lii:irially in Alliance: Hy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, .'17. .SiiiRle Copies, Tuo Cent. can university. Therefore let us con tinue to bow in adoration before our Eckcrsalls and our Andersons. They more than faculty or students make the University a saue place in which to live. The University Assembly on Tuesdays and Thursdays is one of the most im portant events at the University. Every program is valuable either for instruc tion or entertainment. Some of the pro grams are so interesting that the audi torium would be filled if an admission price were charged. The fact that any SOCIETY T D. Academic Hair, Univer...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. M A J a M COMING WIR ES SIGLER TO COACH Ten "M" Men Will Cover as Many Positions on m "pam Woul was received today by Coach Monilaw at the University of Missouri to tlit? effect that M. W. Sigler of Beth any, Mo., is coming back to scliool Monday. i"lcr was the Tiger's star halfback last j ear. He will lie the tenth "M" man to show up on Rollins Field this en"5m. All of the 'M'' men e.i)ccted io ap pear are now here and all will play with the probable exception of '"Red" Wil liam. The ten "Xi' men, that Coach Moni l.iw will hae in inole-kin by Monday cicning will cover practically every po sition on the team. "BUSTER" CAROTHERS HERE READY TO GET INTO GAME V. J. ("Buster") Carothers for the last three years a .star on the Tiger football squad, arrived in Columbia this morning fiom Ecelsior Springs, where lie has been spending the summer. He is ready to begin immediate training for the team. 4,l!u-,ter'' say.-, he has been farming all su...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 October 1908

PlMfSS fV!. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. 11 W ulimf lit JL- I I- n Si 1 m t f fi'Jr s'Cy'&r Hart SchafFncr & Mare V'' ..-' VERY day there's a clothes parade; every day the cafflpaign of quality against cheapness goes on; and every man votes, sooner or later, on just how good his are to be. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are the best clothes made for men to wear; all-wool materials, perfectly tailored, put together with the best of other materials, linings? trimmings; they're right in style, and they don't cost as much as they are worth. The best thing about voting for Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes is that you win. Drop into our poll ing place any day; you'll get value for your money such as you can't get in any other way. Suits $18 to $40. Overcoats $15 to $5- ! i i HIGBEE & HOCKADAY CLOTHING COMPANY ONE PRICE CASH CLOTHIERS This store is the home of Hart Schaffner cr Marx clothes i i STRAW VOTE IDEA MEETS APPROVAL Canvass of the University Stud...

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