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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 November 1916

,;F,I-,'W-E,VT- THE DA11T MISSQUMAIT, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, MM. Fare Tare w 4 - 'V B SPORT NEWS and COMMENT Missouri's Tigers will take the rest cure from now until Thanksgiving Day. There will be little, if any, scrimmage, and the men who do mix will be mostly second-string players. This is the decision Coach Schulte has bten compelled to make because of the large amount of work his men are furnishing the doctors. Schulte had planned to give a little stiff scrimmage this week ana rest me men next but after seeing Kansas defeat Nebraska the "Indian" has decided that he can't take a chance on having any more of his Jayhanker-Eaters put in the "al-go-ran" list. With a little good luck, all of the Bengals will be In good con dition "lean and hungry" when the process of plucking the Jayhawker starts in Lawrence on Turkey Day. Mulr Out for Good; Oilier Men In Shape? All of the men now in practice will be well. Muir will not. The big tackle has played eleven games for Missouri and h...

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. — 20 November 1916

esjtJpzy.i-' 3? $ fc & P- m I B H Vt i ' Page Fomr THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, MOKPAY EVElOSe, MOVEMBEB 80, 1918. SPORT (Continued from page 3) civlng Day. The Jaynawicers use a spread formation somewhat similar to the one Drake tried Saturday, and with Lindsey passing the ball they have seldom failed to gain with it Old Horseshoe Sates . Kansas Aggies Again. The Kansas Aggies had their horse shoe with them again Saturday. Just as the week before Lansing's failure to kick a goal after a touchdown gave the Manhattanites a victory, so Satur day did the failure of Graham John son to toe the ball over In the final period, give the" Clevcngcr-Schultz men another 1-point victory over the Oklahoma Soonors, 14-13.' The Aggies have a good team, the best that the school has turned out since It entered the Missouri Valley Conference. The officials of the game was three touchdowns better than the Aggies, but the one factor In football that causes the downfall of many a mlehtv team beat Missouri ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURiAN ,r NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1916.. NUMBER 70 ? L URGE PEACEJNJNDUSTRY President's Message to Ask for Co-operation as An After-War Remedy. WILL AID RAILROADS Maximum Work Possible Only With Minimum Un rest, Is the Keynote. By ROBERT J. BENDER (United Tress Stuff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. A call to American business to meet the un precedented conditions after the war will be the kejnotc of President Wil son's message to Congress, Tuesday, December 5. Wilson is completing the message today. The President believes that the countrj's industry can do a maximum amount of work only when there Is a minimum amount of industrial unrest. He will emphasize this In his appeal to the employe and cmploj er for more co-operation. I President Wilson has formulated plans for rendering practically impos sible strikes of all kinds. He will urge a completion of a program sim ilar to that proposed In his last mes sage to handle such situati...

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. — 21 November 1916

. Page Tw THE DAILY MISSOUKIAK, TUE8DA T EVEXIJfG, XOYEMBEB 21, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published nerj erenlac (except Saturday mud Sunday) and Bandar BwralBf by The Hlssonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ma, Frank H. King-, President and Editor! A. a. nlnman, Business 2fanaa-er. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Catered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, JiDO; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Missourian receives the dispatches of the United I'ress Associations. WHO ELECTED MR. WILSON! To whom does Woodrow Wilsorf owe Ills re-election to the presidency of the United States? Not to Boss Murphy of Tammany Hall, although before November 7 It was not thought possible to elect a chief executive without the electoral vote of the Empire State. Not to Boss Taggart of Indiana, the second of 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. — 21 November 1916

f V ll Page Three v SPORT THE PAILY MSSOCRIAIf, TUESDAY EYEK1XQ, SOYEMBEB 21, 1916. NEWS and COMMENT WANT ADS BOOM AX1) BOAKD Rooms and board for two girls. Murphy, 010 College. Phone 045. M 64- Mrs. Otf The Kansas Jayhawkers have come back. There can no longer be any doubt that "Beau" Olcott, with the assistance of "Pottsy" Clark, has turned out one of the best teams Kansas has had In recent years. Kansas had a good team last year, and this year the men who teach athletics at the Kaw Rier school have developed a powerful, heavv eleven with an otcrheaa auacic as wen as anility to plunge. Men who saw the Jayhawk ers play last Saturday say the team is fully 50 per cent stronger than last j car's olcien. Last year was the first time Kansas has beaten Missouri in the reign of "Indian" Schulte. Ol cott was the man to do it, and this j car Olcott has made his team about twice as good as it was a year ago. Kansas, starting the season In poor form, has really pulled one of the greatest come...

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. — 21 November 1916

,iHmamimmmammmMt3!VMIIWmkim Pf?Sl' f E- I i b. Page Fobp THE DAILY HISSOUMAN, TUESDA Y EYESING, KOYEMBEB 21, 1916. "Common Law" at the Hall Touight. Clara Kimball Young will be aeen in the seven-reel feature photoplay, "Common Law" at the Hall Theater tonight and Wednesday. The , play j of the season. deals with the life of artists in Xew York and is adapted from Robert Chambers' novel of that name. The photo-drama is one of the big releases RlBHBMi: : '-lifer ii M E-IB " ?Pr'sHiLU KiS .- 'iB'- BBV : BBBBBBBBBBBBBBf m2- 9BBBBBBBBBBH U v.Lntv1 Hv PH The Screen Star Supreme CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In the Photo-Dramatic Event of the Season "THE COMMON LAW" By Robert W. Chambers A Seven-Reel Super-Picture Revealing Life in the Art Studios of New York City HALL THEATRE TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY DID YOU KNOW THAT THE PALMS carries the largest variety of Cigarettes in town? Also a large line of Cigars and Tobacco. ALWAYS FRESH. f-i: v. J. OUR POLICY This store as well as the stores of Columbia and...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 November 1916

THE DAIIJ ISSQUklAN 1 . . . . : 4 ". . ' - ,. - a, 'II NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1916. NUMBER 71 tii '." X I f E UROPES ATTENTION ON NEWESTMONARCH Charles of Austria Man Who Made Demands on Ser bia, Starting War. 68-YEAR RULE AT END Passing of Aged Franz Josef, Will Have Bearing on World Conflict. By United Press LONDON, Nov. 22. The eyes or all Europe were 'turned today on the Archduke Charles Ferdinand Joseph, now to be emperor of Austria-Hungary, although Vienna has so far sent no official confirmation of the death of the aged Franz Josef. However, his demise has been confirmed in dis patches from other sources. The new ruler, whose demands upon Serbia had much to do with the be ginning of the present war, comes into power with the prospect that he may have an important bearing on the state of war, the character of its disposition, and the like. He is the cause of study throughout Europe. Democratically inclined, little known until Prince Ferd...

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. — 22 November 1916

e : - vgyggg- mT- 8 Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURI!, " v vvMTSQ. MVEM1EB 22, 191 CITY AND CAMPUS Castle Bahr entertained members of the Jefferson Club with a box party at the Hall Theater last night. John Smith, assistant in farm crops, has returned from a trip to Northwest Missouri, where he conducted corn ex periments. D. C. Wood, who is connected with the extension department of farm man agement is in Johnson County this week working with the county agent and the principal of the Elm Consoli dated High School to arrange a soil survey demonstration. The Johnson County High School is the first to take up this work, and it will carry out the idea of having the students do the work for the demonstration. Prof. J. C. Hackleman of the College of Agriculture, who has been confined to his home for several weeks on ac count of inflammatory rheumatism, was able to be back in his office yes terday. Forty commerce and pre-commerce students attended a smoker in the Missouri Union Building last n...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 November 1916

"wroiGfTVRKSiHKIIBHHBIHNMlBISBffffiRSSSiSr i-5T !v . .". - - P " JT ,, - 1 - JHE DAILY MISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY EYESISG, NOVEMBER S2, J916 Page Three jf V, w' hr -o. js' . -! W- a ; S'rtfir 0 .. y j i 7p ? f - i j I .v ( i , ' J: & sftvRofej 3-fl HE rav !1, W Y4J " KM 7 w fa Kir, -ji . n ' w 'i jf. -j- & A-' . , ', i . This is the Busiest Corner in Kansas City "The Emery, Bird, Thayer Cor ner," at the head of Petticoat Lane. t t t 1o ' '! J fj "t ' The Emery, Bird, Thayer Company is the best known store in the West. In its massive building stretching from Walnut Street to Grand Avenue, one full block, there is an exposition of the world's finest merchandise. . Sy yisfifc - J -- "&-s . if - Kaasas City, Missouri

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 November 1916

'?WKe-J ?j-ysr Faftltar THE DAILT MISSOURIAN, WEDNE SPAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, ltt THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PnbUshed erery ctmUdc (except Saturday aad Bandar) aad Bandar maniac ay The Mlsaaariaa Assodatloa. Iaearparat- iviuumia, ' rua , rrniaens ana &aiir; A o, Basinet Xanaarer. Address all commnnlcatloas to THE DAILT MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 65; News, 274. think yon should favor the form of government which emphasizes the non-partisan ballot commission gov ernment Stephens College Notes THE OPEN COLUMN Entered at tbe postofflce, Colombia, Mo, as Bcwuu'uan wail. Year, t50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone Connty, year S3; month, 30 cents. The Missourian receives tbe dispatches of tbe United Press Associations. ALCOHOL AND FACTS Laying aside all sentiment, let us consider this question of the use of al cohol from a standpoint of facts and figures. Taking the word of Dr. M. P. Rav- enel, preventive medicine ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 November 1916

vwMr" "JSOi Cr ,' 'ywr.-? "T"5 THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, WEDNESDAYETENIKO, NOVEMBER 22, 191ft Fife Fire t SPORT This afternoon the Tigers are taking a wet-field workout Coach Schulte jjad planned a hard scrimmage, using second-string men and freshmen, bat the rain caused a change in his plans and gave opportunity for lessons in 'the style of play that may be needed Thanksgiving Day play on a wet .m The mere mention of a watery gridiron brings eloom into the hearts of Missouri rooters who last ar Mw a better team than Kansas L down into defeat in the Rollins Field Lake and who in 1913 saw a team superior to the Jayhawkers nose out a 3-0 victory because -of the heavy going, following a morning rain the day of the battle. The Tigers are not built for a na val encounter. They are light and fast and as Coach Schulte said this morning, the history of this year's Kansas-Missouri game can be written today, if McCook Field should be any thing' like the Columbia playground was last year. Going ag...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 November 1916

ieff!rmsr--g&!K '&.'t- THE DAILY WSSOUMAlf, wpit!SDAY EVBMXO, NOVEMBER 22, 1916 POSTMASTER ADMITS SHORTAGE HITT STREET TRAFFIC QUESTIONSTILL OPEN City Council Refers Danger ous Corner Issue to Spe cial Committee. RELIGION WILL GAIN mi-nee ui me machine "La P. A. Calvert of Ashland Says Part of $4,700 'Went for Motor Car. Paul A. Calvert, accused of embez zlement of $4,702.85 of the funds of the Ashland postoffice, says part of the money was used In the purchase of an automobile and much of It went in the a dispatch from Jeffersoa! Calvert acknowledged hi, f 11 T1 fl Q onrl era trn. W - BY INI HE T arraigned before the rjJj Commissioner H. C. Gleabe. J be held for th nM :Ml C. C. Taylor Tells Freshman Club Struggle Means Earnestness. federal grand jury. Anyfliing Electricak MAY TRY NEW PLAN SHOWS HOW TO WIN i IUPWi I mi It 'Hi I " ,,-"-. iHPBIPPi- Pace Six iMBSKr2'-:V!ai ;.., - Hi m I rjr I'm. '- fi"- PEGGY, HYLAND "THE CHATTEL" A Vitagraph suptr-ptctart is a hfhlyd"ramttc, f...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 November 1916

..' ; '. ' :" "8 THE Is y NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1916. DAILYI MSgQURIAN j SIX PAGES NUMBER 72 I B I !? I .'. COAL FAMINE RELIEF I SIGHTTOWORROW City Has Several Days' Sup ply, and M. U. Fuel Is Being Shipped. , SCHOOL TO CONTINUE University Cuts Down on Electric Lights In Cam pus Buildings. Relief for the coal shortage at the University power plant Is in sight for tomorrow, while the city power plant has enough coal to last for several days this is the coal situation in Co lumbia today. Both plants get their coal through large St. Louis compan ies and both have beeni assured that they will be taken care of shortly. "The coal shortage has not hit us yet and we are expecting to get through all right," said M. E. Fawks, manager of the Columbia Water, Light and Power Company this afternoon. "Our company In St. Louis notified us last night that we would have plenty of coal in a few days and we have enough on hand to last for a -while." "The company ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 November 1916

WP9SjMif'f s.' "w "5S , . '&, I' I r s PageTir THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, THITRSDAY ETENINQ, NOVEMBER 28, lg!6. WABASH TO CHANGE SCHEDULE ON DEC .3 Afternoon Local Will Leave at 4:20 to Connect With Main Line. CECIL FANNING TRAINED IN U. 8. TWO ' K. U. SPECIALS Tickets to Be Good on Santa Fe and Union Pacific to Lawrence. Changes, to become effective Decem ber 3, have been made in the time of departure of the local Wabash train No. 36 and the St. Louis-Kansas City train No. 9, with which it connects at Centralia. The local train will leave Columbia at 4:20 o'clock in the aft ernon instead of at 4:30 o'clock, aa now scheduled. The St. Louis-Kansas City train will leave the Union Sta tion In St. Louis at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, instead of at 2:15 o'clock, and will arrive in Centralia at 5:15 o'clock, instead of 5:32 o'clock. The time of the arrival of the train in Kan sas City will be 9:30 o'clock at night, instead of 9:45 o'clock. The Wabash will run two special trains to Kansas C...

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. — 23 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAK, THDHSDAY EVElttXCl NOVEMBER 25, 1916. PageTkree Consider the vastness of a Store that can out fit man, woman or child with proper clothing or furnish a home complete v .., This Store was established in 1863 Today there are many families in this great southwest who sup ply all their needs in in this store just as their mothers and fath ers did 30 years ago just as their grand mothers and grand fathers did SO years ago ft 1a Room . I !v - ogggol jo3ooa ?Jt$v VSSLi Automobiles Mezzanine EJj TT 4 - 1 Ji f This Store has always offered the highest type of merchandise for the price asked reliable and trustwor thy goods at uniform ly low prices with a guarantee ,of satisfac J-ii n , (fL Ushers Whenever you are in Kansas City make this store your downtown home Every convenience has been pro vided to make your visit a pleasure. A Rest Room A Reception Room A Reading and Writing Room Free Local Telephone Service Free Parcel Checking Stand United States Post Office Ushers...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 November 1916

1 t." -3, f L -, V u y&W"IPrift r ' ? r- i m Pageftar THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published crerr (Teniae (except Satardar mud Sunday) and Saadar asornln by Tbe KUsaarlaa Association, Iaeorporat ed. Colombia, Ho, Frank H. Klnr, President and Editors A. O. Hlnman, Baiioni aaaarer. Address all communications to TOE DAILY MISSOORIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Colombia, Mo, as second-class .mail. Year, $50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cent. The Mlssourian receives the dispatches of the United Press Associations. STINGING THE IDLE BICH Cheer up, you who harbor trucu lence toward the robber who placidly assesses you 30 cents a pound for the Thanksgiving Day bird consider the modest little $150-a-plate spread de signed by Manager Joseph Reichl of the Muehlebach, Kansas City's new ho tel. Notice that the banquet has mere ly been planned, not executed. The d...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 November 1916

Kg "&& "'fi" y"""1," " -"-""-sr "?',"-'' - 2 r --t-t -f?r-5 45PS?Epp?p '3L'Sar'WJ-i7-y-- ---- " THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, THDBSD AY EYENIDfl, NOVEMBER 23, 1916. Page Fire SPORT NEWS and COMMENT vps Kansas has a backfield," said Coach Schulte after his return from Lincoln. "On paper It looks like this: There's Fast, a halfback, and he is 7f then there's Foster, who is faster than Fast, and Lindsey who is fast- still, and finally Nellsen, who's fast and never still," It was Nielsen who 6 ent over the Cornhusker goal line for the Kansas touchdown which beat ebraska. ' But It is not the speed of the Kan sas team that is worrying the Mis souri coach. It is the great handicap of weight that his team will be up against when they trot out on McCook Field Turkey Day. In cleverness and speed the Tigers have it on the jayhawkers. If cleverness can win against superior strength and sheer force then all the play on names in the Kansas backfield will be to no avail. ffet-Field Kicking Feature...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 November 1916

" A ' "-iTv'irWWgi -- - , mr imp if i '- ' mmwumim is? : m- - m m- Pace Six THE DAILY JOS80UMAN, THURSDAY EVElTCSfr HOYEMBER 28, 1M6. YAKSITI FIVE NEEDS PRACTICE 31. 3J. U. SHRUBS TO ADORN EGYPT U. Basketball Team Wants Guards to Strengthen Defense. The outstanding feature of last night's basketball practice was the need of team play and shooting prac tice. The freshmen and scrubs held the Varsity scoreless for some time and broke up passes time after time. The Varsity, composed of Shepard and Shlrkey, forwards. Williams center, and Church and Rohloff, guards, work ed well at times, but the lack of finish ed teamwork was plainly noticeable. Jesse Campbell, star forward of last season's team, slightly sprained his ankle last night and will probably "be out of the game for a few days. He is the second man, so far, to get a sprained ankle. McConnell of last year's second team, who has shown much more ability this year, is In bad condition as the ankle. He will probably not be condition...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

apj ifvij" 5? t .. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 73 grsssa8SMBIreig3WBMSMEIP -" - -ffif? -f- JS '? -. .. r f -afc' NO RELIEF IN SIGHT FOR COALSCARCITY Necessary to Turn Off Heat Again in M. U. Buildings Early This Morning. ARE TRACING CARS Local Dealers Unable To Supply Demands of the School and City. After heating the University build ings temporarily for a few hours this morning, the University found It nec essary to cut off the heat at 10 o'clock flue to the coal famine. There will be no heat tomorrow and probably - none Sunday or Monday unless a sup ply of coal is received. Edward E. Brown, business man ager for the University said this morn ing. "We arc tracing the cars, but have been unable to locate any be tween Columbia and St. howls. We expect to receive a shipment of coal between now and Sunday. Our pres ent supply is exhausted and we have been buying coal from local dealers, but they "are unable to ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

tt cgw, iL -J-MT' H'p Page Two THE DAILY MSSOURIAy, FBIDAY EVEM5G SOVEMBEB 21, 1918. Engraved Christmas Cards The cost of Christmas Cards bearing your engraved name U but little more than the plain cards your name gives the per sonal touch. The CO-OP has a large line of samples to select from. If you have a plate, bring it in and order your Christmas Cards now if you have no plate, we'll order one- CO-OP Plaintiff. The University women's freshman- sophomore hockey game Monday aft ernoon resulted in a tie, 1 to 1. Tues Jf. TT. Women In Hockey Tournament's, m. Myers -- ,5,- " - 1 . -T . . ' . . The unknown neirs, aevisees; comuih nuu alllnees of O. W. Rich, deceased; the un known heirs, devisees, consorts and alien eei 1 or Robert S. Martin, deceased; the un TwZ hir. devisees, consorts and alien- day the Juniors defeated the senior or JohnG. wgj, deceased; a team 2 to 0. The remaining Barnes ""." of Jonn r. Lester, deceased; and will be played as follows: junior- freshman, 4 o'clock F...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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