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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 October 1908

UOTVERSITY MISSOUHIAN. i i VOLUME I. F ON ROLLINS FIELD Engineers' Army Routs the Academics, Then Repulses Lawyers' Sortie. M VANQUISHED ARE BOUND Sharp Fight Before Football Game "Aggies" May Enter Contest. The Imck-lop has Mipplantcd the light pole. The pri.e N no longer a flaunting oennant but the right to paint numerals on the athletic field. The combatants are no more Freshman against Sopho more, but Freshman against Freshman, the armies of several departments clash ing in mighty struggles to gain pos sesion of the baseball backstop just be fore the football games. The annual tight for the control of the backstop on the athletic field at the University of Missouri began last Friday night when a band of thirty first-year students in the Department of Arts and Science attempted to hold the backstop during the night to protect their numerals. At 12:15 a. m. Satur day, four companies of Freshman En gineers, twentv-eiglit men to the com- Spany, came marching across the gridiron in m...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1908. University Missourian An evening newsfaper published at Columbia, .!., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unhersity of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postoftice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUIlSCKirTION Imnrinliljr In Alliance: lly Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00: Semester, $1.35. single Copies, Tno Cents. for the death rate does not decrease. Cholera remains the terror it was the day it first appeared. Ofhce Koom D. Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Co!umbiavMo. Telenione Numbers: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 271 and 714. Only Approrrtt Ailrertlnhtg Arteptrd. Jtatrs on Appliration. Address all communications to UXIVERSITV MlSbOURIAX, Columbia, Mo, ATHLETICS IX UNIVERSITIES. Athletics plays an important part in American Universities. Its never failing popularity with both students and teach ers generally, and its long es...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1908. FORMER UNIVERSITY TREASURER; ANCIENT HOUSE HE LIVED IN; CARVED STAIRJVAYi 'OLD DUNCAN PLACE' COLUMBIA LANDMARK, VICTIM OP PROGRESS The -.icritic-c lniiinoss demands in the destruction of the historic Duncan home stead, while it sounds the clarion note of new Columbia, will recall regretfully to the minds of many, the sonorous ami impulsive woids of Washington Irving. "History fades into falile; facts ln-come clouded with doubt and controversy; the inscription moulders from the tablet; the statue falls from the pedestal. Col umn, arches, pyramids what are they but heaps 'if sand: and their epitaphs, but characters written in the dust!" IBB' fe---'-' :.: Bnttt' fatten , Old Lear of Architecture Stands as a Silent Rebuke to Ostentation and Hurry of Modern Building Soon to be Razed. The "old Duncan place," an ancient tndmark in Columbia, lich in memories, raditiou-J. and hit tone associations, is fall soon lcfore the ruthless onrush commer...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 October 1908

rVaS'ig - . ' T W . W " r " 1. V 7 M 4 -, -..i PLAYWRIGHT-POLITICIAN, WHOSE FIRST DRAMA WAS STAGED HERE Acgusto By courtesy of te St. I-nui Republic. THOMAS TELLS OF HIS EARLY CAREER He Played the Villain in Comedy at Haden Opera House. . (ContlniKMl from First rase.) l'or money," s.iid Mr. Thomas, "was en titled 'The Burglar.' and it was played in the old Haden Opera House in this city, twenty-five years ago. It was a comedy, and in order to make sure that I had a good man for the villain, or the 'burglar' in the play. I removed all chances of failure ly playing the p.irt invself." Job Office For Sale. I have a job office at Hieh Hill, Mo., uhich I wish to sell, and will give a bargain. Town of 5,000. good location, cheap rent. Made a living for a family for four years and may be made to do better, now. Two jobbers, plenty of lody type for a paper, etc. Price. $.100; two-thirds cash. Worth at least $S00. C. L. Phifcr, Girard, Kan. Dr. Duncan Lectures Here. Dr. .lolm II. Duncan, of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 October 1908

352SsfiSES S,Wjp$KW W3p lFi?8WwsrT i ifff Vf"' UOTYERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908. NUMBER V, - El ALAS! MERE MAN MAY LOSE POCKETS Woman Now Encroaches on an Inalienable Masculine Right. IT'S BEGINNING OF THE END Effeminate Men andMasculine Women Seem to Be Assured Now. Leading magazines devoted to femi nine fashions have announced recently that the directoirc gown Is copiously supplied with pockets of all shapes and "wes. The pockets are made not only in tke waist or jacket, but in the skirt. This is a matter of no small impor tance. It assails the sacred rights, of mere man in an unexpected and vi olent way, and threatens to vio late hi sancuary of dearest privi leges. Woman origin ally contented her self with going through man's pockets, but now hhe is going one step further she has the pockets herself. This "may mean that man must con tent himself with what woman has cast aside and like Harry Lehr, New York "society leader," carry a hand...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 October 1908

ajai -; -rw; UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908. r ST I J 2 ? i : University Missourian lis evening newspaper published at Cclumbia, .He., every schaoliinjr by the Department of Journalism ef the University of ' Xfissou ri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postoflice at Columbia, Mo , under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1879. fcUIISCIUlTIOX Invariably in Advance: IJy 3Iail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.35. single Copies, Tuo Cent. Office Room D, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleihove Ximdeks: Department office, 377. Newsroom. 271 and 714. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Jtateg on Application. SOCIETY ROBERT 15. CALDWELL, of Kansas City, and Miss Eula McCiine, both foiincr students of the University of Missouri, were married Saturday at the home of the bride's parents in Howling Green, Mo. Mr. Caldwell is a member of the local chapter of Kappa Sigma and formerly was graduate man ager of ath...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908. MIDNIGHT FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPH AFTER FRESHMAN ENGINEERS ROUTED ACADEMICS GRAND JURY AFTER ST. LOUIS MECCA FOR GOLFERS NOW TRY US ON KENTUCKY HAZERS i4V 3 I Investigates the Prank of Sophomores Who Sent Man Away in Sealed Box Car. HE'S BEEN MISSING TWO WEEKS Illinois Mayor Shoots at College Students "Chi Chi" Causes Trouble. By United I'refs. LEXINGTON', Ky., Oct. 0. The grand jury today began investigation of the disappearance of Willis Smith, a stu dent of Kentucky University who has been missing two weeks, since Sopho mores hazed him by putting him into a box car and sealing it. The car was "made up" into a train and cannot be found. The seal on the car was broken by the students, who are said to have seal ed it up again. The sophomore class held a meeting and passed resolutions denying any knowledge of Smith's whereabouts or the cause of his disappearance. The faculty and the relatives of the young man have offered rewards, but har...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908. BLUEBLOODED BOSSY "AT HOME" TO VISITORS AT STATE FAIR FAMILY OP 11 LIVE ON $10 PER WEEK w e Make Clothes for Individuals I U Mother Keeps All of Them Well Nourished and Well Clothed. STALE BREAD IS WHOLESOME Brave St. Louis Woman Tells How She Accomplishes Feat. ST. LOUIS. Oct. u. IVpIexed houc wivfe. who Jo not sec how they can pull through on i'2 or even $o0 a week can get a few point-, from Mrs. Anton Do soogalia, of No. 1212 Clinton street, who houses, clothes, educates and feeds a family of eleven persons on 10 a week, .sometime-. le- and occasionally just a trifle more. It is only when she i- lucky that she has 10 a week. Often the sum is only $5 or 8 a week. But, however little it is, she manages to pay the rent prompt ly; she has never heen behind with it yet, and she manages to feed each one of the eleven hungry mouths three times a day. Of course, it's a it niggle she admits that, and she has to do a good deal of clo-e figur...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 October 1908

BSmSI .-ffcrS ferif??c. iff?? -tss8? ' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. tK VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908. t - NUMBER IS lsJU M. 0. STUDENTS AT T. It. H. Wright Receives Diploma for the Best Stock-Judging. FOOD LAWS ARE ENFORCED M. H. Lamb, the State Commissioner, on Hand Weather Ideal. By a Staff Correspondent. SEDALIA. Mo., (Xt. 7. Student-, of Jlit- Agricultur.il College of the Univer sity of Missouri have made almost a clean sweep in the stock -judging con tents at the State Fair. Turner 11. If. Wright, a student at Columbia, received the grand diploma for best all-'iound judge. The weather is ideal and the biggest cioud in the history of the fair is in attendance. M. 11. Lamb, state dairy and food commissioner, is on the ground investigating foods and drinks. He is compelling strict observance of the pure WINNERS ly cod law. The stock-judging contest closed last night. Int-r-st in tne event was keen, most of the competitors being Missouri University boys. Profes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 October 1908

mSKStmiW i?wi5"ss?",-jS$Sr UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908. ikMMRsi&s est E 11 IS t t h i'".'" University Missourian A n evening newspaper published at Columbia, Jfo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the lnizrrsity of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail natter at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1S79. SUBSCItllTIOX Invariably in Alliance: Ity Mail or Carrier: School Year, 1)12.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. Office Room D. Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleiiione Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 27 and 714. are sometimes exempt from taxation, while in other case all inheritances are taxed. In most states the tax is on all in heritances. In Missouri it is only upon collateral inheritances, that is those to persons not in the direct line of descent, parents, children or grandchildren. This tax goes into the state treasury as any o...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 October 1908

rT-T""'- T iiMiiiTrr'"i y iwubjj j u . mrrmmmr"Brjr ?&$ c?r- '8sBr7 TS -? . ,- UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908. Kkl-Mh'xiiLL&miSi TAFT IS SURPRISED AT FACE ON E E Nominee Says He Never Rode on the Cow-Catcher Before. MOCKING. BIRDS AND MULES They Make Missouri's Music, Declares Senator Warner at Mexico. By a Stag Correspondent. CENTRALIA, Mo., Oct. 7. William II. Taft while at Moberly yesterday morning, was surprised to see the like ness of his beaming face on the boiler plate of the engine attached to his special train. The picture was in a large, gilt frame and presented a true gold-standard appearance in contrast with the dark background. When he caught sight of it, he laughed and said: "Well. I guess this is the first time 1 have ever taken a ride on the cow catcher." He shook hands with the en gineer and fireman. At Centralia the train stopped for a minute or so and Judge Taft began shaking hands with those nearest him. One over-demontrati e individual...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 October 1908

W!.l tiMmZZZ Vtiisr-eii -1 mTrsff' ve yfVfvr'y? vf- .- :-,i.'.rZ't UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908. &$m ATHLETIC NEWS SEVENTEEN TIGERS AT TRAINING TABLE Carothers, Graves and Ewing Are the Latest Additions. MILLER NOT TO PLAY SATURDAY Captain To Take No Chances On Eve .of Iowa Game. The Tifjfr-. are lij: "'y liplit itml .ik now. Altlioiifrli tli isiine Satur day w:i- oay tt win. it iiewitlifli'! wa il Iianl work-out. ami at no :-ta:t' wa it anything but a li;lit. fur the Normal were gdnw to the la-t. The weather was wann ami the faet that the mioii is yet early al-o make- it nece ar to condition the men eaiettllly. Several men were not out in -uit-ye-tenlay. I'.luck workeil extra hanl .Saturday, and reeeived Monday to re-t. Gilohri-t injureil a tendon, and wa- out on the side-line- in -treet elothe- Mon day. Alexander i- Iimm'nj.' with a ludly mashed foot he- not uro whether it wa- one of the elephant- in the eireu or Hluck who did it. Cant. Miller is -till tro...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 October 1908

L'g&jmPMfzimi'bi i lilBMI i i m IM UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJNT. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. NUMBER 19 esssss&sss&s&M FORCE WABASH TO !J C0UNG1LMEN SAY Canvass by Reporters for the University Missourian to Get Views Shows Majority Wants Prompt Action. ONE THINKS RAILROAD WANTS COLUMBIA TO SUPPLY MONEY Fear of Damage Suits for Accidents May Be Cause of Delay. With a iew to learning the iews of members of the city council in regard to the Maehir place crossings over the Wabash railroad, in regard to which the railroad has ignored City Attorney Bothw ell's letter.-., reporters for the University MisMuirian canvassed the council, questioning each member. The opinions thus obtained are here -et forth. The majority of the coun--ilmcn are strongly in favor of forcing the Wabash to construct the necessary erodings and to improw its unsanitary station. Complaint on these matters was made .it the council meeting Tuesday evening by W B. Xowell, a Columbi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 October 1908

UsMSJteliriifff s " UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. 1 ByWBppyS"""r'IW,ff2&f 57 ySCTJrjLfgP!g-MjBBPgMMnapiQii.mifc.jAi ,iqm.M1MFjf.,ww , rii,,,'-r,TTBMBMBMMHBBffSBBB"WWIIy?yalBlB i.i. .isna. inn . ... jn v :nm-c77. . mmimKm.--m bvhb.. FVDFvrTaHHHV ra errras-i - .-?. -f -" - ..w :-5- wr h ... ."' H W apt II' r. - ..e-M : ? B jE IE 'HIk i.m It r University Missourin Ait evening newspaper- published at Columbia, Jfo., every tckoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unixerttty of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the poitoffice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION Inarinbly In Advance: Hy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1."!j. Millie Copies, Two Cents. Office Room D. Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TfLHI-IIONE XfVBKkS: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 274 and 714. Only Approved Admitting Accepted. Jlates oh Application. Address all commtinuati...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 October 1908

"TSfjrraisg? 55PBWt-$?'p - a , UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. EVER HUNT "JAVEUNES?" FORECASTER REEDER HAS BEEN HUNTED BY THEM , Tusked Wild Hogs Dangerous Combatants Even for Trained Marksmen. Oeorge lleeuVr. forecaster of the Weather for Columbia, lias hail varied ...xperiemes as traveler, cowboy, soldier and nimntd; but he recalls none more thrilling than that in which a pack of tusked wild hogs "treed" him and a companion in a Texas chaparral. On that occasion Mr. Ileeder estab lished a record as a sprinter. He has never Mnee been able to break if he hadn't, he probably would not now be director of the Missouri section of the United States Weather Bureau, main tained in connection with the University if Missouri. For the "javeline," as the wild hojj is known, is a eourageou-. ami iau;crous animal, and hut let Mr. Ileeder tell the story : 'It was one of those damp, fogpy mornings, especially good for stalking. We left camp early to replenish our lar der, which w...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 October 1908

Swis3a53K3 f f- -KB! UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAtf, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908 ft ' f I m im IKf w. m i i ATHLETICS TIGERS NEED MORE GINGER IN PLAY Outlook Far From Bright on Eve of Game With the Rolla Team. CHANGE IN LINE-UP PROBABLE Several Stars Are Injured and Miller's Knee Shows No Improvement. The outlook in tlio TigiT tMiii) i- f.ir fiom bright on the eve of the xtrnlo Satimlay with ltolla. The Tiei- hae shown up jiooily in -crinmia:i' work this week, and mill Mme of the reg- iilats who made their lcttei la-t year and tile ear hefoie put more jjinger into their work, there i likeh to be a feet of new faces in the line-up Xilaiday. Furthermore. -eeral of the best men, including liiiirk. the 22."i-jound tackle, and Ford, end and half back, sue laid out with injuries. Ford went to the hospital ypU nl.ij with thiee bones in his right hand broken. The broken bones aie the second, tliiitl and fourth metacarpals, thus making it practically impossible for him to u-c hi- hand for seeral weeks...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 October 1908

5JF?5P UOTVERSITY MISSOUIUAN. VOLU3IE I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1908. NUMBER 20 FLURRY IN WHEAT FROM WAR SCARE Price Up Cent a Bushel, Causing Excitement ! in Chicago Pit. BOYS ENLISTING IN. ARMIES Europe Thinks Conflict Is Inevitable; Fleets In Readiness. i ,Utt Pre'. iICA.. Oct. !.- Tin- Balkan War au-ed a llmry ill tin- wheat-pit tod.iv. Tin- price of wheat began .... Kg wln-ii Hi.' market opened ami . ii i.imI a cent a hii-hcl. e wilde-t uproar accompanied the I. . inn- i" the pit. Local brokcr '. ji.t million- of lm-hels of wheat ,. W .ill -trect hoti-c- al-o bought , . il The lluriy la-ted two hour-. the l lie evmt of war. it is expected price of wheat will li-c rap- i.l SERVIAN BOYS ENLISTING; NOBLEMEN OFFER JEWELS r.l.t.llADK. Oct. '.. I.arge nuniber- . ien and lxy- are enlisting in Scr- i i. ie.it cnthu-i.i-m accompanies the . .-uncut of the -oldier-. Mother are r ring their children to the recruiters. Noblemen and other wealthy per.-on- it ft i.i aie offeri...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 October 1908

VI - Jt5 " a Jf m Imi ffl mi I lit- ft I m m a tl University Missouri An evening newspaper published at Columbia. Jo.. rrery schoolday by the Department of Journalism t the Vnizersity 0 Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postomce at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3. Is!). -.UHSCI'IFTIOX Iinarial.ly in Advance: Ily Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $l--. -lli(;lc Conies, Tim Cents. Office Room D. Academic Hall. University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telfiiionk Nimceks: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 271 and 7H. Ihily .ipjintml Ailrertinimj Acrcpteil. Itatrs on Application. .tlilrcss all communications to University Missocrian, Columbia, Mo. WHAT IS COLLEGE SPIRIT? umoyjLViefei Ceiinine colh-e M.iiit has come tor'".'""1"-"" l" ' ."' .. be an ,-sential tovva.d the making of a great iinierity or college. Without it the institution is considered "dead" or j a "bark number." and students do not . can' to attend...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 October 1908

UNIVERS TY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1908. TO STEWART HAS LONG HAD HEART DISEASE II CITY OF SILENCE COL. HUDSON SAYS OFFICIAL DIRECTORY UNIVERSITY 1908-9. TEACHERS, OFFICERS, ETC. ABBREVIATIONS havinR reference to buildings, etc: Ac, Academic: Ar. iLricul-url C. Chemistry: A., Law; Lit., Library; Me... Medical; llort.. Horticulture; Host:, WwimaV F Kninee.I inir: 31. A.. Mechanic Arts; G., GeoIoBy; ... Zoolopy; Ob,., Ob,ervatorj . Gym., Gymnasium- vrv .. -V., Live Stock Building; X., Uasement of Academic Hall. . jmnaMum. u., uairj. Alderman Introduces a Bill Head of Commercial Club Penalizing All Kinds , Praises General Manager of Noise. Miller of Wabash. Army Doctors Submit Report on the Fort Grant "Exile." Tele phone No. Room and Building NAME OFFICE HOUR CITV ADDRESS MAKE EW YORK C NGS NEEDED FELT BETWEEN ALL IRON RAILS I The cats are unscreened, slutiy. iincai petcd ami uncomfortable to tin hist Otherwise Jangling in Traffic,-' ;v'."m,;ia -i'1'"'--iti..i. " ! tin. Iiriiwli ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 October 1908

nW5 MMreawPMB-yray3fr BMp I imnr-nmriii ipi - jlgjj 'WfMSi1'?'' "' fc-' ..u1.-.JJIi.t,li, i Ji'iuu'A.i'ljUtiy UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1908. i 18 sHh fts M i J&I VM gl P I" , NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS TIGERS PRESENT BATTERED FRONT Anderson, Miller, Bluck, Ford and Gilchrist on the Injured List. ROLLA TEAM AVERAGES 170 Only Determined Fighting Will Prevent Defeat bv Miners. FORMER TIGER, NOW COACHING ROLLA SURPLUS M IVICTORY OF CUBS SQUAD: PLEASES COLUMBIA Kennedy Fears That Hard, Bets Generally Favorable to Scrimmages May Hurt Chicago to Beat New His Regulars. York Giants. F. C. Livingston. "BUD" SAUNDERS ELIGIBLE FRESHMAN MATERIAL IS GOOD Team Will Face the Hardest Schedule it Has Had in Years. .i .. th.- arity football .,i;ad. I II I" H H fl I" I I H wa .Ireland eligible .it a .....till" U I I UUULI II fll I LI I FOOTBALL GAME nl tin- ( oiniiiittci- "M I'ligiliilily .it the t.. niiM-ium tit I nun nilig. 9 Now that :iiiiiiIiT- h:i- been divlar 9 9 il eligible. .M.ni...

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