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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

?rW t"T- fms! a MST?PKJH THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, FRIDAY ETEXISO, NOVEMBER 21, 1916. Page Three SPORT NEWS and COMMENT c-Hmmage against Kansas formations, especially the "spread" play will tare today'? Tiger practice. Tomo rrow the common people will be ad itted to the sacred confines of Rolli ns Field for a final glimpse of the tean J.rr ailBI"""" Ho consists of stationing the expon .. f Javhawker football every enu "- before the Old Gold and Black warriors leave for Kansas Wednes- The "spread play wnich baffled the Cornhuskers a week Yale was losing to Brown, but the pUee but in the grandstand The play I under coaching , formerly a ale siicKer ana f Tad consider- brought to the Wild es by, Coa Olcott. "slvaueis or u use agamsi a " that has never seen it before. watcmng uou ociuic a im-1 walk over the Mober- banner of victory was flung from the New Haven flagstaff after a game with Harvard and in those years Yale has scored only five points. Previous to that time Yale had a virtual co...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

jgsw- &-&&" , ?j t. rv N Page Few THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY EYE.MXG, NOVEMBER 24, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbllshed ererx erealac (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar morulas by The Mlssonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo, Frank H. Kins, rmldent and Editors A. G. Illnmmn, Basinets Manager. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building;, Downstairs rhones: Business, 35; News, 274. Entered at tbe postoffh-e, Columbia, Mo, as second-clans mall. Year, $150; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssonrlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe United Press Associations. .MISSOURI'S BIRTHDAY The stirring tale of Missouri state hood will be rubricated in the minds of her people at the coming centennial celebration. July 19, 1920. That the event may be cosmemmorated in the look out' for he ,sn,t ln vefy Eod ready for the Kansas-Mlsouri game, and if he can pull that g...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

Ptyymy;iy5mfnny: jw? H4'v "-"'-W "jw" -.wyw- -y '-" , THE DAILY HISSOURIAK, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1916. Page Fire r & i r w When you are on your way to the Big Game, stop off in Kansas City and spend a day in this big in teresting store. a. , w t. i Visit the tasteful French Gray Dressmaking Salon, whej wonderful costumes are created from the world's finest fabrics. See the beautiful ready-to-wear apparel for women on the Third Floor. Take a peep at 'u charming French Millinery Room, with its wonderfully correct 'chaipeaus. ' If you are interested in Interior Decorating a visit to the Home Furnishing Studio on the Fourth Floor will reveal a world of delight. On the Fourth Floor are also to be found re productions of the world's famous potteries, grouped with rare art lamps and the most exquisite of Cloisonne and Royal Doulron. Just now the Silk Department on thf; Grand Avenue Floor is a riot of color many new Silks being much in evidence. "- ' . Shop through the Walnut St...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 November 1916

jsepv y, v - f '( I i. f,- I V" Pare Six THE thity MTSSfllTMAN. FMDAY 'EVEMSG, KOVEMBEB 21, 1916. SUGGESTIONS FOB SUNDAY DINNER LEG OF LAMB, cut from native fed Spring Iambs, youne 09 V4 RIB ROASTS, cut from prime young beef rolled or standing --.--- CALF'S LIVER, sliced nicely, always young, tender, deli cious, pound -.--- ROLL MOP HERRING, whole fish rolled with pickles, packed in pure wine sauce, three for PIMENTO STUFFED OLIVES, finest fruit of Spanish orchards, stuffed with genuine Spanish pimentos, pint - OLEOMARGERINE, now that price of butter is almost prohibitive, it behooves us to find a substitute for it. There is nothing but Oleo margcrine, or Butterine. A product churned of pure, sweet clean wholesome ingredients, under conditions absolutely inpossible in but ter making. We carry all grades. 22c 25c 10c 25c Phone 270 909 Broadway ESTABLISHED 1893 URGES MEN TO SHOW INTEREST IN LIBRARY H. O ers' . Severance Tells Moth Club There Is Need of the Institution. FICTION IS -LAC...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1916. FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 74 COLUMBIA WELCOMES WELFARECONVEMTION ? nav Conference of Social Workers Will Be Held in M. U. Auditorium. GARDNER MAY SPEAK More Than 100 Delegates Expected 3 Visitors to Fill Local Pulpits. TODV8 PROGRAM. ig.nL, Cnltrrnlty Auditorium. .. i selected Invocation rhfklhn fliiir-h Address of Welcome President A. 1108a Hill Ttnonse for Conference W. N. MPn Wilson. President reference beruiou Bev. II. K. Conrerenre Tr.ille. Kansas City itenedittlon'- Kev. T. W. Younc. B'neuK" Baptist Church VSS D. m- lnlrri.lt Auditorium. lnrnration "ev. W. W. EIwanR, Viatic University Glee Club ucieue ". - .' ' "" HeAMnl Wlfiir nnd the A Kuril aiu'rth" Prof. A. W. Taylor .,!, selected Addrn "The Soiiil I'se of Life" A UTFrederIc Almy. Buffalo. N. Y. Benediction Bev. C. O. ('.rimes, ptneuicuuu Methodist Church TOMORROWS PROGRAM. g a. m- l'nlerlty Auditorium. Rroort of Committee on Children - Ge...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

lf- 1 $f THE DAILY MISSOOMAJT, SUNDAY VORHISG, XOVEMBEB 26, !!. Page Two COMING TO THE COLUMBIA. WILL HOLD A POULTRY EXHIBIT "Twin Beds" At Columbia. "Twin Beds," the comedy which will be played at the Columbia Theater Saturday night, December 2, Is a humorous and novel story of life in a of a young man greatly In love with "home life" and his pretty wife. His one great worry Is his wife's fond ness for striking up acquaintances and entertaining them. In particular, he crowded apartment. It has played "objects to a portly Italian tenor and two years in London, one year In New York, six months in Australia and will soon be presented in Paris, Petro srad, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, South America, South Africa and Japan. The play itself is a laughable story his wife of Amazon type. His dis gust finally inspires him to move to another part of town, which gets him Into so much trouble that he only barely escapes It in time for the final curtain. Y" TO ENTERTAIN STUDENTS 1VH1 Hare Social and D...

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. — 26 November 1916

IPIPW11 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUHPAY MORMXG, NOVEMBER 26, 1916. FUELFAMINEATIVI.U. DI5 NOT LtilLUK Three Carloads of Coal Ar riving Insures Continu ance of Class Work. EIGHT CARS COMING Supply on Hand Will Last Till The Thanksgiving Holidays Begin. Stewart road, between Fifth street and the West Campus, was a busy scene all Friday night as several wagons plied back and forth from the University sidetrack to the power house, replenishing the empty coal bins from full coal cars. The University's coal famine ended at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening with the arrival of the first carload of fuel on the shipments that have been held Up by the car shortage. As a result of the night work the University buildings were all warm this morning as usual. "I guess we will have to disappoint the students in their hopes for a longer vacation," was the way Edward E. Brown, business manager of the University, stated yesterday that the University is now supplied with coal and all dangers of a heat famine a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

, . -VHjfft" "" Ipr 1 ?rSff& W -V; THE DAILY 3P8S0UMA5, SUKPAY M0BN1K6, SOYEMBEB 26, 1916. 'Page Four. , A BATTLE LINE OF MISSOURI'S 1916 TIGERS t &WMQaiiSiorz At' IISEVbBIIHII Ml, fr-$ - Rooters' Hats 25 cts. 9 Rooters' Arm Bands 15 cts. (IffiMoari Store i -r Rooters' MEGAPHONES 25 cts. flliMmSoie 1 TIGERS (reading left to right) Captain Lansing, Stevens, Stankowski, XcMlDaa, Batledge, Shannon, Collins, Elder, Plttam, Giltner, Grotes, Hamilton, Preston, McAnaw, Wilder, Bass, Slasher, Hudson. WhitteHbnrg. REVIEW OF THE Rushed Ball Over a Mile Outpunted but Texas Made 100 First Downs to All Opponents' 32. Thirty-two Tigers veteran M men, determined aspirants who have held on for three years without winning renown, and hopeful first-year play ers clad in football suits will prance out upon McCook Field shortly before 3 o'clock next Thursday afternoon for the annual Thanksgiving encounter with the Kansas Jayhawkers. Although crippled in the middle of the season by Injuries, the...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

1 . ' vw? THE DAILY MISS0UBIA5, SUHDATX0BNI5G, NOVEMBER 26, 1916. Fife Fire THE JAYHAWK THANKSGIVING DAY PRINCIPALS Upper Left: Coach "Beau Olcott; center: Captain Adrian Lindsey; right; Woodward, star backfleld nan, of a famous K. U. athletic family ; lower left: JTellsen, the Jayhawker who crossed the Nebraska goal line. KANSAS ELEVEN BEST IN YEARS Jayhawker Team, Averaging 190 Pounds From Tackle to Tackle, Has Steadily Im proved Since Oklahoma Game. When the whistle blows Thanksgiv ing dy to start the twenty-fourth an nul Missouri-Kansas gridiron battle, it will send into the fray one of the strongest teams that the Jayhawkers have boasted of in many years. It is a team that has developed from what teemed to be one of the poorest Kan sas teams into a strong contender is also one of the best place and drop kickers of the season, although he has not had an opportunity to show what he can do in the kicks from the field. As a passer he is among the best His passes to Shlnn in the Cor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

'KiTVT" i-K' rv Page Six THE DAILY XISSOORIAN, SUNDAY MOMfrWG, JfOTEMBEB 28, 191. TOYS WILL SOON GLITTER IN MERCHANTS1 WINDOWS Glittering . window displays of .schooners, band cars and -velocipedes, Chrlstman toys will be offered to the which last the year round. The sale admiring gaze of Columbia kiddies 'of these amusement toys 'is increasing within a few weeks. Department every year. stores of the city already have their The toys which will be thrown on stock of Christmas offerings ready for 'the market this year will be strictly the trade and shortly after Thanksgiv ing will bring forth the hidden treas ures to stir the hearts of the small toys and girls, at the sight. As has been the case the last two "made In America" articles. Imports of the German mechanical toys and dolls, which were of high grade, are completely shut off, but the American manufacturer Is at present turning out years, "war toys will be the chief at- products which rival those of Germany traction jfoXthe way...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

- 'm' jyvHj'y 5 pwvyn&ip-$ n.1 -:ll"V!!jgws'?!ET- -W-.A' , -i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1916. Page Serei mm SPORT vpw faces and frequent substitutions predominated the Tigers' 17-12 victory over the All-American eleven on Rollins Field yesterday afternoon. With possibly one or two exceptions, none of the men who will start the Kansas game Thanksgiving day played against Johnny Miller's combina tion of freshmen and ineligibles. All the Varsity scores came in the first halt. A pretty thirty-yard pass from Slusher to Bass gave a Tiger touchdown in the first period. In the second quarter Marshall, who has been ont of the game all season with. t twisted ligament In his leg, cele brated his entrance into the line-up hy smashing through the All-American line for a score. Peeples kicked the goal. Later Peeples booted a pretty field goal from the twenty-yard line. The Ail-Americans assumed an arly lead when Greenwood, right end, took a twenty-yard pass from Cross...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

.frw J :K'' w I Shepard to Help Train Timers. Panl Shepard. former backfield star on the Tigers, the man who kicked a 40-yard field goal against Kansas In 1912, will be here for a few days and will help H. F. Schulte In "prepplng" Mrs. Buyer! "It has long among those j that by buying -you get, and the cost is Phone $ 909 Broadway WtckabdL ADKET, ESTABLISHED 1S93 Announcement Mr. Frank Clifford, of New York City, until recently manager of the Empire Acad emy in Kansas City, has been engaged as manager of BOOCHE'S BILLIARD PARLOR Mr. Clifford is championship timber in both carom and pocket billiards and holds victories ov er many of the country's best. He is considered one of the world's best fancy pocket billiard shots. He will meet all comers at Booche's throughout .the winter. Arrangements are being made for a match with Johnny Layton of Sedalia, the former champion. Mr. Clifford will be on hand at all times to give free billiard and pocket billiard instruction and answer all quest...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

ZavCvsm' sgpc5- SecondlSection THE DAILY MISSOURIAN SCSDATMOMOftDECEXBE. Page One. - , rp7 u e ? jtanksgivins is almost here although we cannot tell until alter the game w how much we nave 10 ue uiau&iui xor. However. If there is nothing ." . -.-. - ,- t m i ., ..... . . .. ui icjuivi. v.., .. 6iui, iucu, always a iesuve else for M tt reJlce over' Ulere w ianKsglvlng itself; always a festive eason, it can be made Into a successful understudy for Christmas. How- - rviliimhians have not forcotten nthprs mlafnrfnnna in .nvn- in that SOme- - n.t..t1ii4na htivn tint fntvnfton ntliaiw (....-... . rer. some luhuu"""" .- . .-.0w..u uuieih uiuwiiuuea in rememuer- jl! mm cthhi iucju iuc iuuuu aau ri mis ri rnnnirrni that jfoa .1..1. nnm irnnd luck. The KaDDas and Pi Phi are ttitinWni h. n . TJnlltn mlt them UD tO adonMnp thpif rsrnr- hahiaa an .h... ,. Margaret iVU. - " ra -" " wumib, ou UiAi OUU1C- irliere in France the holiday has a part in the fun of two French kiddies. Indeed, since t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

W'W&QgSG&IF'", THE DAILY MISSOUEIAN, SUNDAY. MORMNG, KQTEMBER 9t,clll- Ik ps Tw i!l IF THE DAILY MISSOURIANll 1 K Published trtrj creator (except Batardrnj- tt. and 8uadmr) and Soodar moralac by Tfifc Tbe MlMoorian AtftocUtlon, Incorporat- Mr ed, Columbia, Ma, Frank H. King; JP Preddent and Edltorr A. O. Hbunan. t , ' Jmaner. Addreu all communications to THE DAILT MISSOUBIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mail. Tear. S2.50: montb. 25 cents: copy. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; montb; su cents. Tbe MIssourlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe united rress Associations. TOUR CITY AXD YOURSELF Ever body looks forward to the time when he will build for himself a home and each has his opinion of how a home should be constructed. Building a home on a larger scale Is building a city. After a home is built many additions are made to it as a result of after-th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

! i T. GOKE'S ART EARNS EDUCATION 31. U. Man Draws Posters lo Par for Journalistic Education. The slight figure of Tom Gore, perch ed upon a trunk at the Wabash sta tion, was passed unnoticed by the hur rying throng of returning students. But if they, intent In the exchange of greetings, ignored the new arrival, he, too, was occupied with his own thoughts. The four silver dollars which he du biously inspected represented his en tire bank account. With these silver pieces he proposed to purchase the first instalment of a journalistic edu cation. Friendless, he arrived in a strange community to begin his col lege career. That was more than two months ago, out Tom uore is sun nere. Tne four dollars were soon gone for board and room, but within the week he had earned enough money to buy books and pay his registration fees, for he is a show-card writer. Since his arriv al, he has earned his entire way by writing show cards for Columbia mer chants. Last year he was employed at odd times a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

-7 jgttf wiTSKPiSa fW-y.TSi -"- M" Page Fear THE DAILY MI8S0UKIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, XOYEMBEB 26, 1916. LOST: AN INTEREST IN CHESS Finder May Make Himself Known to Some of the "Old Boys." Jlost persons have stopped playing chess, at least to the extent it used to be played. Is it because they are too busy watching the kings and queens and pawns check and slay each other on the great chess board across the Atlantic, or is it just because we are not any longer simple minded enough to enjoy the little things. Prof. Louis Ingold, of the department of mathe matics, himself a proficient chess play er, suggests that the reason for the decline of chess playing may lie in the fact that it is an indoor game and does not supply the exercise demand ed. Also, there may be some truth In what John Burroughs once said: "This Is a lesson that the American has yet to learn the capability of (I SEEAMERICAFIRST i) IS SPEAKERS THEME Charles N. Hunt, Assembly Speaker, Will Give Trav elog on National Park. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

iwm firwiiwiw ,,,-.i,- Hswrs'"!y-(v - 'Jg-wr sr-s&yffiwa THE DAILY JgSSOUBIAM, SUNDAY M0KJTIK6, NOVEMBER M, 1916. Page Fir The Way to the MISSOURIK ANS AS GAME AT LAWRENCE In Kansas City, Missouri, take a street car at Union Station for a 12 minute ride. Ask the conductor for a transfer to the Kaw Valley Interurban The big Green and White Cars leave 10th and Main Streets every hour on the half-hour. The first one at 6:30 a. m., the last one at 11:30 p. m. (The cars leaving at 8:30 p. m. and 10:30 p.m. do not run through to Lawrence.) The Fare to Lawrence is 72c and your transfer. This is the cheapest route because the shortest. The cleanest because electric. The most convenient because it carries you from the. heart of Kansas City to the heart of Lawrence. Returning Cars leave Lawrence for Kansas City every hour on the half-hour. The first one at 6:30 a. m., the last one at 9:30 p. m. Kansas City, Kaw Valley & Western Ry. Co. 306 First National Bank Building Home or Bell Pho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 November 1916

-. . , w - :,-' "C -- ".5KTT5? . ., iiii HBiii mini mrnfflTni CTT-a" " - """ yg",Jw'',r ?-- " XrW-" v-" wrs jjTO Tpw: jf . i THE DAILY jaSSOUBIAX, SUNDAY 3C0BXTNG, NOVEMBER 26, Hl. Pace Six EXTEBTAIX THEIR PLEDGES Alpha Delta Sigma Plan Semi-Month-If Discussion of Problems. The Alpha Delta Sigma, an adver tising fraternity In the School of Journalism, entertained their pledges at a dinner at the Virginia Grill Fri day evening. After the dinner the fol lowing men were admitted to member ship in the organization: I. It. Harris, H. H. Mitchell, Walton Holmes, Jr., Kenneth Shepard, H. E. Lustig, H. C. Bennett, M. T. Rose, L. E. Whitehead, J. H. McKiddy, Paul Hughes and Homer Dye. Alpha Delta Sigma is making plans to take part in the convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World which will meet at St. Louis next June. During the rest of the school year the members will meet twice each month and discuss advertising prob lems. A program committee will ar range for prominent b...

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. — 27 November 1916

? ' . ? THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1916. SIX PAGES NUUMBER 75 jbV !. 350 ATTEND IfllSSOURI WELFARE CONVENTION Delegates From All Parts of State Here for Annual Conference. COLUMBIA GIVES 129 F. D. Gardner Fails to Ap 'pcar Round Table Dis cussion Tonight. The I'roBrnm. Tonight 7:30 o'clock Invocation- Kev James II. lieorge. Epis copal Itettor. Aildre "Sotlal Aspects of 1'eeblemlnd--.,wi,"MI' Clara Scliuiltt. Psychopathic ih-iiYrtuieut. rnMIc Schools. Chicago. 'jarelT-'-iloJerii Mrthods of Vice Sup ..C.Jon" Ir. William I Snow, General lerretarv. American Social HJSlene Asso llatiou. Ne York. Tomorrow Morning, 9 o'clock. lvnort of Committee on Itural Problems -Chairman. Trof. h. U. Ileruanl. UnUer- 8"riie' Parmer's Attitude Toward Itural tiSLrrof 11 W. Sutherland, William Kuril Colece. Liberty. Mo. J ATreinliliiB tilrls- Clubs In Itural Dls ,rt.t" Mls Addle lloot. College of Ag riculture, t'ulver-ity of .Missouri. i:npral dKcusslon...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 November 1916

KI rif t.- BKT- t PageTw THE DAILY JOSSOUMAN, vnvrtAT EYENPrO, NOTEJiBEB 27, 1918. ATHLETICS DEFEAT CHICAGOANS Colombia Xegroes Win, 7 to 6, "ffken Visitors Fall to Kick Goal. It took three hours ot argument and fight for the Columbia Athletics to win trom the Lincoln Athletics of Chicago, 7 to G, at the Fairgrounds yesterday afternoon. The Columbia negroes' score came in the second quarter when TIbbs made a touch down and the goal was kicked. Chi cago scored a touchdown in the last period, but falure to kick goal cost them the game. Most of the time tak en to decide the contest was used In settling disputes and keeping the crowd off the field. gro Editor Is Vrned. It. L. Logan, a negro, editor of the Professional World, was fined (1 and costs before Judge Edwards in Police Court this morning on a charge of con ducting a real estate business without a license. UKIVEBSITT JfEEDS "PEP" SONG Mi Tiobbs Tells Hkrh School "Old Missouri" Is For SerioBS Mood. Miss Ella V. Dobbs spoke to the...

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