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Next Year Courses in Journalism [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
NEXT YEAR COURSES IN JOURNALISM Study of Terminology One of the Studies That Will Be Offered. DEGREE TO BE GIVEN Advertising, Publishing and Copyreading are Some of the New Courses. The catalogue of the University of Missouri, which is about ready for distribution, contains announcement of several new professional and academic courses I the School of Journalism for the next year. A course in professional terminology is a study of the terminology of various professions and activities, their history, problems and principles, through a series of lectures which are intended to cover the different fields that intending journalists may the better understand other professions and such activities as are specially needed for their own work. This course will be given by President Hill in Education, Dean Waters in Agriculture, Prof. Calvert in Medicine, Prof. Flowers in Engineering, Prof. Street in Law, Director Young in Mining Engineering, Librarian Severance in Bibliography, Prof. Pommer in ...
Again the Tigers Whip Jayhawkers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
AGAIN THE TIGERS WHIP JAYHAWKERS Harlan’s Curves Batted For Thirteen Hits-Score 11 to 2. HAYDON PITCHES WELL Kansas Weak at Bat and Play Town-Lot Ball in Field. The befuddled Jayhawkers were easy prey for the Tigers in the second game of the Missouri-Kansas series on Rollins field yesterday afternoon. Thirteen hits, coupled with errors by the Kansans, resulted in eleven runs, while the Jayhawkers were able to score but twice. Four of the Tigers’ safe drives were for two bases. Harlan, who began the game Wednesday, was again in the box for Kansas, while Haydon did slab duty for the Tigers. Missouri’s two victories over Kansas here puts the latter out of the running for the Missouri Valley championship. At Lawrence the teams broke even in a two-game series. Kansas Plays Town-Lot Ball. If possible, Kansas played a worse game in the field than on Wednesday. The infield appeared completely demoralized. If an infielder stopped a ground ball he was pretty sure to toss it over somebody’s he...
Fast Driving Costs Him $ 40 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
FAST DRIVING COSTS HIM $40 Judgment Given Against a Student in Justice Court. Fast driving proved to be expensive for E. C. Brown, a student in the School of Engineering. In the court of J. H. Stockton, justice of the peace, yesterday afternoon, Chandler & Chandler, liverymen, were awarded $40 damages against the student. Brown rented a horse and buggy from Chandler & Chandler May 2. The liverymen said the horse was driven too hard and filed suit for $50. Brown is undecided whether or not he will appeal the case to the circuit court. Brown lives at Clifton Hill, Mo.
He Won His Game Against Kansas U [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
HE WON HIS GAME AGAINST KANSAS U. FRED W. HAYDON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND STAGE FRIGHT Miss Craft Says Herr Faith Has Kept Her From Being Frightened. Miss Marcella Craft, the German court singer who will give a recital in the auditorium of the University of Missouri tonight, believes the fact that she is a Christian Scientist has helped her to escape stage fright. Miss Craft said yesterday that she has suffered nervousness at times, but that her faith has prevented real stage fright. Students walking through the corridors of Academic hall last night were drawn to the door of the auditorium by Miss Craft’s signing, while she was rehearsing with her accompanists, T. Carl Whitmer and V. Mudroch. Miss Craft, who is a native Californian, has spent the last two years in Europe singing in the provincial towns of Italy and later in Germany. Here she sang for the first time before royalty, some of the Kaiser’s family being present at one performance. Not Frightened Before Royalty. “I was not fr...
20-Years Franchise to Electric Line [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
20-YEAR FRANCHISE TO ELECTRIC LINE Council Grants Right to Mexico, Santa Fe and Perry to Enter City. PASSENGER FARE 5 CENTERS Road Must Begin Operation of Cars in Two Years-Other Provisions. The city council of Columbia granted a twenty-year franchise last night to the Mexico, Santa Fe and Perry Traction company of Missouri for an electric line in the city. The franchise provides that the work of construction must begin within eighteen months and that the company must be operating cars over the road inside of two years. The city reserves the right to regulate the corporation. Other roads will be given permission to enter Columbia over the tracks laid by this company. A five-cent passenger fare is provided. Must Keep up Paving. The company must keep up the street paving between the tracks and for eighteen inches on either side. Any damages sustained by the property owners along the railroad must be borne by the company. The company releases the city from any damages resulting to the ...
""M's"" for Thirteen Men [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
“M’S” FOR THIRTEEN MEN Meeting Soon to Elect a Captain for Next Year. Thirteen members of this year’s baseball team have been awarded the ‘Varsity “M.” Of this number six received their letter for the first time and three for the third time. The men who were honored are: Gundlach, Nee, Morrow, Blakely, Haydon, Besheer, Wise, Klein, Graves, Stone, Lhamon, Alexander and Capp. Guy S. Lowman, the coach, will call a meeting of these men soon to elect a captain for next year’s team. All, with the exception of Gundlach, Nee, Morrow, Lhamon, Capp, Wise and Graves, are eligible for the office. Gundlach, Nee, Morrow and Graves have played three years allowed in the Missouri Valley Conference rules and Wise and Capp are seniors. Lhamon will be an interne in the hospital next year and is therefore ineligible.
And 13 Track Men Get ""M's"" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 October 1908
And 13 Track Men Get “M’s.” Thirteen men have been awarded their track “M” for winning firsts on the cinder path this year. The men are: Douglass, Crain, Shuck, Steele, Bowling, Tipton, Miller, A. W. Roberts, Herzog, O.G. Johnson, Cleland, Wood and Talbot. Of these men Tipton, Shuck, Miller, Wood, Talbot, Herzog and Steele received their letter for the first time.
Tigers Won from the U. of N. Five [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 20 October 1908
Tigers Won From The U. Of N. Five Cornhuskers Basketball Team Defeated by Score of 26 to 24. GAME WAS CLOSELY FOUGHT Tonight the Team Will Meet the Kansas Aggies at Manhattan. The University of Missouri basketball team defeated University of Nebraska by a score of 26 to 24 in Lincoln, Neb., last night. The game was fought throughout. The Tigers will play the team from the Kansas Agricultural College, at Manhattan, Kan., tonight. Friday night they will play the William Jewell College team at Liberty, Mo. The team started on its annual trip last Sunday morning. Because traffic on the Wabash was delayed Saturday, the team was unable to leave as was scheduled. The initial game with Ames was not played. The squad went direct to Lincoln. Wednesday and Thursday nights they will play the University of Kansas team at Lawrence. These men, with the coach, composed the squad: Ristine, Henley, Gardner, Burrus, Cohen, Bernet, Wilder, Stava, and Smith. In two rough games on the University court, t...
Dr. Osler of Oxford Sends Rare Book [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 20 October 1908
DR. OSLER OF OXFORD SENDS RARE BOOK A Copy of “De Humani Corporis Fabrica" Presented Medical School. Dr. William Osler, regius professor of medicine in Oxford University, has presented to the Department of Medicine of the University of Missouri a copy of the first edition of the “De Humani Corporis Fabrica,” printed in 1543, which Dr. Osler calls the foundation of modern medicine. “I send this volume to the Medical School of the University of Missouri in recognition of the good work it has done,” is part of the inscription written in the book by the donor. The book was presented through Dr. Sidney Calvert of the faculty of the Department of Medicine, who is a former pupil of Dr. Osler."
Three Talks on Physics [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 20 October 1908
THREE TALKS ON PHYSICS Prof. A. G. Webster of Clark University Here This Week. Prof. A. G. Webster, of Clark University, will lecture in the Physics lecture room, Engineering building, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p. m. Prof. Webster is an authority in America on mathematical physics and is the author of several advanced textbooks. He is a member of the National Academy of Science and of several foreign societies; was president of the American Physical Society from 1903 to 1905 and is the winner of the Elihu Thompson prize. The titles of his addresses will be: “The Creed of a Scientist,” “The Great Physical Problems of Yesterday, Today and Forever,” and “The Measurement of Sound and its Practical Application.” The lectures are open to the public.
Roswell Field Coming [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 20 October 1908
ROSWELL FIELD COMING Chicago Author Expected to Address Students in Journalism. Roswell Field, of Chicago, author, poet and journalist, will be in Columbia, Feb. 18, 19 and 20, revisiting the University of Missouri, where he was a student in 1871-2. Mr. Field will attend the exercises held by the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, of which he was a member while in school. Thomas C. Wilson, of St. Louis, of Mr. Field’s class and fraternity, will visit the University at the same time. It is expected that Mr. Field will make an address to the students of the Department of Journalism.