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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 September 1917

j Page Four ' THE EYESIKG MISSOUBIAN, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER S3, 1917. ' "mEf' sided at the meeting. He addressed -feachers wanted to fill emergency KSiSESZZZSZ!ZSZZZ!ISiZZiSSS2ZZZZZ!!ZSZ!IZZZZZZZZZS!S EsT - -- yr .- T. the council In regard to the fine prog- vacancies In all departments. Have IE LJ IJ I ress made In wheat production and calls for teachers dally. Only 3 1-2 ' F"7 U -L JLV JL the Interest taken by the farmers of per cent commission. Teachers Em . ... Bf the state. He also spoke of the can- ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. R. S. U 1 W rl ii W re nlng demonstrations which have been Bank BIdg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, (adv) AY-V f f M m F MB 'W fw f r ir An &. u. a. can tor tracK men. io nejd !n 100 counties during the last . M -' -" AWMMWMmmM W M M M II help fill the vacancies left by such two months. More than 22.000 worn- " " -. S X t' f V ' - SF' W kw F S t m . An S. O. S. call for track men, to help fill the vacancies left by such stars as Simpson, Renick, Wyatt and numerous...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

-. " - T- V-' i?c" " ; SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN , ''..T--SHWTt!SMMKWWsHWf 7. -Hfc- ' ..' -'' v --i'- -'pK '-,' v -Trrt- iift. f. . . - -' J s&dlKb 3 f frv TENTH YEAR iilislT OF HIS GOVERNMENT Kerensky's Power and Plan, of New Rule First Issue in Convention. HISS FROM GALLERY Heckling by Soldier Causes Uproar War Minister Applauded. By Associated Tress PETROGRAD, Sept. 29. Premier Kerensky took the initiative today and faced gallantly what may be the supreme test ot the power of his government. At the very beginning of the demo cratic Congress, called by the Maxi milists and the Council of Workmen's and Soldiers' Delegates, the question of the premier's power and purpose to attempt a new government was im mediately brought up. The premier accepted the challenge. He told the Congress that his regime had saved Russia in its blackest hour. 'The government ahjo indicated its policy of firmly continuing the war, when the Minister of War pledged the convention to a iinal victory over ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

JJfMMHMMgMHMMHHMMHH 1 .js- .s- !,V rT'"a,sp-! if-- a - , - Hy" 1 IMP-. J9B Page Ttto : I Society SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN, SEPTEMBER 80, 1917. About fifty men assembled at having chapters at Ann Arbor, Val- Christian College Friday night as paraiso University, Ind., Kansas Agri dinner guests of Dr. Wpodson Moss cultural College, Illinois University in celebration of his sixty-fifth birth-land Missouri University. Its purpose day. They included the host's col-lis to keep girls of the Christian leagues in the medical profession, Church in close relation with the members of the University faculty, work of the church when they are and Columbia friends. Doctor Moss at school was born in Columbia and has lived here ever since. t The dinner was served "in the col lege dining room at a U-shaped table. The table was decorated with . Allnm Hiu-one fim PilninWa ' gardens, with bows of black and gold. A large birthday cake was covered with jcllow roses and bore the dates 1852-1917 The stairway...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

-gtyTr -Wwi""!'e!jaRpy(i ?- '9 m M sd.day Corning missoumak, September so, 1917. fit II SERIES BE IN CHICAGO OCT, 6 jTev York Giants and White Sox Meet for First Time for Premier Honors. interestTsaroused Championship Clashes Start ed in 188 and Have Had Few Breaks. ton Red Sox maintained the American League record by defeating the Giants four games out of seven in 1912. and the next season Philadelphia repeat ed at the New York club's expense, winning four games to one. The complete record of the World Series results since 1884 and the po sition of the New York and Chicago clubs at the end of each league sea son from 187G and 1900, respectively, follows : Page Three Uj- Associated 1'ro.s t EW YORK, Sept. 29. In the long history of the World Series play for the championship of the Daseuau uni verse it is doubtful if any previous contest of this character aroused the widespread Interest which has been engendered by the coming clash be tween the Chicago Americans and the New York Nati...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

r&&'y & fWx && Page Fcnr SUNDAY MORXISG MISSOPBIAN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1917. ft A&ii8? 'Mn 1 STATE PLAYS LARGE PART IN WAR FOR DEMOCRACY In the October issue of the Missouri begun in May with the slogan, "A Lib- k-Historical Review is an article on "Missouri and the War." by Floyd C. Shoemaker of Columbia, secretary of the State Historical Society and ed itor of the review. The article sum marizes the part Missouri is playing in the war. It Is as follows: When the first expeditionary force of United States troops landed in Havre, France, this summer to battle for a world democracy, they were led by a Missourian Major General John J. Pershing, a native of Linn County. As Judge advocate general In the United States army, another Mis sourian, Brigadier General Enoch H. Crowder of Grundy County, had gen eral direction of the legal work of the expedition. General Crowder also had charge of all legal matters con nected with the army and with the operation of the new sel...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

iv f IV 8CJTOAY. MORXIKG anSSOUBIAlf, SEPTEMBER SO, 1917. iSSTO DUST LH FDLLETTE Communication from Min nesota Asks for Mem ber's Expulsion. COMMITTEE CONFERS Further Action Awaits De cision of Leaders Ac cused Is Absent. BT Associated ITeJ WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. A com munication trom the governor of Minnesota and the State Public Safe ty Commission, requesting the expul sion from the Senate of Senator La Follette of Wisconsin, was presented in the Senate today by Senator Kel oce of Minnesota and referred by Vice-President Marshall to the Privi lege and Election Committee. Senator Kellogg received the com munication, which was adopted by the State commission as a result of Senator La Follette's recent speech at St. Paul. Before presenting it to the Senate, Kellogg conferred with Vice President Marshall, Senator Martin of Virginia, Democratic leader, and Senator Pomerene of Ohio, chairman of the committee to which it was re ferred. Any further action must first come -" from the commit...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

lt8pRtrS&f? "mJ?&? SUA'DAT 3IORNISG MISSOURIAN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1917. Fage Six -T- ft II I B' M r ESV ? , r Py' SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) II. E. Kasmnssen, Editor. J. L. Groies, Jr., Business Manager. Board of Directors: Elcy E. Armtl. It. P. Brandt, Itelnbardt Esser, Wheeler Uodfrer. II. k- Hancock, Duke X la". II. K. Ilasmnssen, A. F. Itidgway and L. E. Wliltehead. I-nbll.l.rd every eTenlne (except Saturday and Muaday) ond Sunday moraine Dy The MUaourlan A.ioclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, alo. reader who finishes Miss" Rhys Hst Is the longing to ask her if she found this woman on earth now or in a pre vious incarnation. One is led, some way, from experience, to believe that she must be almost as scarce as the "perfect man." Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business 55; hens, 274. Entered at tlie postoffice, Columbia, as second-class mail. Mo., City: 'Year. $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 4U cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall lit Boone C...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

W 1 5k j .JOT WIS FIRST P RAME0FSEAS0N.14-7 SDJrPAY MOBSISG MISSOUBIAK, SEPTEMBER 90, 1917. Freshman Team Puts tjp Good Fight Until Last Quarter. The 191" football season was opened yesterday afternoon when the Varsity defeated the first-year team, 14 to 7. on Hollins Field before a crowd of about 600. The freshmen seemed to have the best of the battle until the last quarter, when Coach Schulte put Rider in at halfback. In the fifteen minutes that followed Mar shall and Rider both went over for touchdowns. The freshmen made their score in the secpnd period, when Harold Eber hart, 14S-pound former Missouri Wesleyan star, went over for six Doints. Both the freshmen and the Varsity kicked goals. Coacn cnuue useu jesitiuaj auci noon's game to give experience to his new men. Many substitutions were made also many fumbles. Penalties were frequent. Freshmen Show Fight. The freshmen started off with fight. Stevens fumbled the kickoff and a freshman fell on the ball. From then until the fina...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 September 1917

. II I I jBI I v t-i r Page Eight SUXPAY MORXIXG MISSOURIAX, SEPTEMBER 80, 1917. FACULTY II PLAN TO COlfflT Military Drill Squad to Be Instructed by Captain Craigie. 25. DESIRE TO JOIN Committee of Professors Is Named to Arrange for Training. At a nieetfhB of faculty taembers at the Faculty Union Friday night a committee was appointed to confer with Captain Wallace Craigie. com mandant of cadets, regarding the for mation of a company of University teachers for military drill. On the committee are Prof. Jesse Wrench, Prof., Frank F. Stephens and Prof. Walter J. Shepard. The plans of the faculty men are to form a company for regular drill un der Captain Craigie's personal super vision. About twenty-five men have expressed their desire to join such a company. DRAFTED HEX LEAVE FRIDAY Thirty "Wll Go as Boone's Third Contribution. The third contingent of Boone Coun ty's first draft quota will leave Colum bia for Camp Funston next Friday. In the group are thirty men, all white, The names ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 October 1917

rfS!alW ! 3 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN -?- ii IF I I- TENTH YEAR iiifiiT niHSTfiH n" "" i UUjUUU III wiiwi vn TO HI LIBRARIES H. 0. Severance Placing 500 Volumes in Each of 13 Y. M. C. A. Buildings. BOOKS ARE ALL GIFTS Soldiers from Boone County Say They Are Pleased With Camp Life. "It's the biggest thing I ever saw," said H. 0. Severance. University librarian In speaking of Camp Funston froin which he returned Saturday night. "There are 30.000 men there now, and there will be 60,,000 when all the Increments are assembled." Mr. Severance says that the Boone County boys are all enjoying their work. Lemuel Crouch, who Is now a sergeant, told him that the men realized the government is doing everything possible to hasten supplies and so are patient when blankets and other equipment fail to arrive. Victor Jones, who went "in the first in crement, is now a sergeant drilling some of the men who went In the second increment. Boone County men belong to Company M. 356th In fantry There are thirt...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 October 1917

Pfip'wjp 1 Page Two THE ETEXIXG 3IISSOCRLL, 3IOXDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) II. E. Rasmcssen, Editor. J. L. GroTes, Jr., Business Manager. Board of Directors: Elcr E. Armll, R. P. Brandt. Relnbardt Esger, Wheeler Godfrey. II. L. Hancock, DuVe X. l"arr.r. II. E. Rasmussen, A. V. RIdgway and L. E. Whitehead. Published rrerj erenlnc (except Saturday and Suaday) and Sunday mornlnr T The Hluourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pbonea: Business 55; Nens, 274. Entered at the pottoffice. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, !! cents. By mall iu Boone County: Year, $Xj; 0 months, $1.75; 3 mouths, 00 cents. Outxlde of Boone County: Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. National Adreftlslng Representatives: Carm-iiter-Scheofer Co. fifth Avenue ' Building, Nryr lork; I'eoples Oas Build ing, Chicag AXAGKICL'LTUItAL .MOSES Northeast Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 October 1917

4 rTVT '' W-WT. IfCTjr W. Wr - ,f . -i - Tsej?; HBBBBBBBBHflBBBBflHlBBSBBr3BBflSBBBBBBiBS"9SSKSI9RS9B9fl -? '-ip-f'"i s sri-r .oaa.viEei-s'-irT- T- -r , i .. ! I SPORT ext Sunday throughout the Mis souri Valley football coaches, players, critics and would-be understanders of the game will figure out just who will ta the valley championship. Some 0f the first games of the year will Lye been played by that time, thb tentative line-ups will have been an- nounced anu sumc iu.u.v .. ?Wtt which to base the numerous -dope-sheets" will be possible. Today the University of Missouri, having Played the Tiger freshmen Saturday and made a fair showing, knows of twenty-four Tigers from whom will perhaps be picked the ma jority of the eleven men who will neet the Jayhawkers on Thanksgiving Day. Missouri sport followers have known for some time that unless the Kansas City Base Hospital Unit sailed before November 29 the Tiger backfield. with Rider. Viner and Col lins would be well worth valley no t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 October 1917

THE ETEM3G MISSOURI', MONDAY, OCTOBEB 1, 1917. Paye Four "a t (i mt k E P- t. 6- fK B& 50010 FOR ROE IN STATTAVAILABLE J. C. Wonders, District En gineer, Writes Federal Aid Is Ready. CANNOT COME HERE U. S. Official Says Missouri Counties Are Not Show ing Right Interest. James C. Wonders, district engineer of the public roads and rural engineer ing department or the United States Department of Agriculture, writes from Omaha that he will be unable to attend the Missouri Old Trails con vention here. He says in his letter: "I regret to advise that it is im probable that I shall be permitted to attend on account of the demands of my present work. "For your information I am pleased to state there is now more than $500, 000 of federal funds available for road building in Jllssourt, and an addition al equal sum is available for filing projects upon which construction may begin July l. 1918. There are also large sums available in like manner for the other states in the fifth district. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 October 1917

isja rt-T THE EVENING MISSOURI AN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2,1917. NUMBER IS v s BAPTISTS OF NATION IIR EI STEPHENS Make Local Man Treasurer of Memorial Building Committee. WILL ERECT CHURCH Edifice to Roger Williams, Early Member, Planned for Washington, D. C. The appointment of E. W. Stephens of Columbia to be treasurer of a com mittee in charge of building a nation al memorial to Roger Williams by the Baptist Church of the United States was announced in Washington yester day A. church building an Sixteenth avenue in Washington with a statue of the famous Baptist placed In front of It is the memorial planned, and the estimated cost of the undertaking is MOO 000. Mr. Stephens said this to those already carried out in Washington by the Lutherans, the Church of the Disciples and the Presbyterians. All these denomina tions have built memorial churches to some of their past leaders. The build ing planned by the Baptists will be on Sixteenth avenue and Col...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 October 1917

w as i x Page Two THE ETEXDfG MISSOUBIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 2, 1917. sy'S l lr !fh V 1 ri r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PBE83) PnblUhed erery erenJnr (except Saturday nd amdiT) ud Snndar nornlu T The MluonrUn Auodatlon, Incarporat- ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Busineas E6; Iews, 274. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Cltj: Year, S3.73; 3 months, J1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: lear, S3.2j: G months, S 1.75; 3 months, 80 cents. Outside of Boone County: lear, $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. - National Advertising BepresentatUes: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, Fifth Avenue Building, New York; Peoples Oas Build ing, Chicago. UNLESS President Wilson, 'in his reply to the peace proposal of the Pope of August 1, used the little word "unless" to em phasize all that America is fighting for in the world war. He said: "We cannot take the word of the present rulers of Germany unless...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 October 1917

-iT-fl(str4r"'f"'5 rt . 'V- - THE ETESDfO MI8S0UBIA5. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1917. Faf Three SOCIETY NOTES . ....jno nr Stpnhens Colleee ine siuucuia w m - will B've an Informal reception at 8 o'clock Saturday night in honor of the members of the William Jewell football team. The University of Mis souri team and all vlsiUng students from William Jewell College are in vited. Miss Helen Robnett, 1509 East Broadway, entertained a few couples at dinner last night. Miss Lenore and Miss Beatrice Watts. Miss Beatrice Heibel, Robert Shelton, L. P. Gambel and Hillis Les lie will motor tonight to Rollins Springs, where a picnic supper will be given. The Pan-Hellenic guests at ' the Delta Gamma house tonight will be Miss Irma Locke, Miss Virginia Noel and Miss Clare White. The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority will entertain the following Delta Gammas at dinner this evening: Misses Margaret Mat ney. Glory Kirk, Lucy Bowles and Irene Christie. Mrs. L. C. Angerer of St Clair, who has been visiting her sis...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 October 1917

iMKviMiW'Stf'U ', '' rr ' ." w . "Ul V THE EVENING 3OSS0UBIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1917. Page Fear T AT COLUMBIANS MEETING SPORT Local Boosters Needed for Oct. ,6 Convention, E. W. ' Stephens Says. HAVE GOOD PROGRAM Speeches by Judge J. M. Lowe and Others at Tav ern on Saturday. A request that all Columbians at tend the sessions of the Missouri Old Trails Road Association when that organization, meets here at the Daniel Doone Tavern next Saturday was is sued by E. W. Stephens, vice-president of the National Old Trails Road Association here this morning. Mr. Stephens emphasized the fast that while the meeting was primarily one of discussing road problems by people along the route of the Old Trails Road in Missouri, Columbians must show an unusual interest in the meeting be cause of this city's position as host to the visiting delegates. "Columbia has every reason to be proud of her new hotel, her place on the Old Trails and the choice of this place as a convention town," said Mr. Ste...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 October 1917

-$g$gm:w " '-'w ?8rr't'''m - is- THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 5 r M. Tl TENTH YEAR COLUiMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1917. NUMBER 16 v wmri l.. ' f irtl TO LEI FOR CUP FUNSTON 45 Men Ordered to Report at Courthouse in Morn- ing Depart Friday. EXEMPTIONS" FOR 17 District Board Holds 38 Who Appealed from Ruling of Local Body. A farewell will be given to the drafted men by the Commercial Club and the Missouri Union at the Mis souri Union Building tomorrow night. The Commercial Club will give a pipe and tobacco to each man. Ice cream will be serred by the Union. Forty-five drafted men were ordered to report at the Courthouse at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning for de parture to Camp Funston. Only forty of these will be sent, however, since i five were called as alternates to go In case some of the others failed to report. The men will leave for the camp Friday morning. Seventeen men who appealed to the district exemption board for exemp tion after their claims had not been allowed ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 October 1917

&&' Page Two THE EVE.LG 3IISS0DRIAX, WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1917. I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMDEE OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) Published every eTenlne (except Saturday and .So a day) and Sunday mernlnc by The MUsourlan Anoclatlon, Incarporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Uulldlnc Downstairs Phones: Business 55; Newg, 274. Entered at the postoffice. Columbia, Mo, as becond-class mall. City: Year, $3.73; 3 montbs, JLOO; month, 40 cents; cop, 'J cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, ?3 2j; 8 montbi, $1.75; 3 montbs, 00 ccuts. Outhlde of Boone County: Year, .50; 3 months, $1.'JJ; month, 43 cents. vote for what he thinks is tion's welfare. the na- National Advertlslns Kepresentatlres: Carenter-Scheerer Co, Fifth Avenue Building. ei YorU; Peoples Oas Bulld Ins, Chicago. t TOW TEKSUS COUMKV For some illogical reason a well dellned but quite unnecessary jeal ousy still exists between city people and country folk. The city dweller envies the farmer his freedom of ac tion and his healthy...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 October 1917

-& frp"i - SV vjf '. &V&?&)f$ V"E t '.Y r"v--'-,' le4. mm THE EVENING MSSOUBIAN', WEPyESPAY, OCTOBER 3, 1917. SPORT . .,to' sprimmaEC the Var- mv against the freshmen, special at tention was given to forward passing 2nd cod runs. With Rider, Viner and Swards in the backfleld, the Varsity showed up better than they did In it Saturday's game against the Seshmen. The line is gradually be coming stronger. The men are show- t-, log more uBuv ---- -------- They are beginning iu i "' "" ball, as Coach Schulte has expressed With the Kansas Aggie gane only ten days away. Coach Schulte is put ting his men through stiff practice every night. On some nights one can hear Stevens or Morris giving signals late as 7:15. For the last week new plays have been introduced, most of them new to the spectators who rather on Rollins Field. It seems apparent that the Tigers will use the forward pass more than before. The call for more men on the lresu nan team has brought out few men. Shelto...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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