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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

Ffinidoate Opens Law Ofices. .i. H English, LU B. '99. form- r .hp law firm of Gates and Eng- f Ks opened law offices In Kansas Mr. Gates was iorceo. 10 retire f nractlce because of 111 health. f . Package containing three I tTT, nd two pairs of children's fvrt Finder please call 853 or I-jrtTe at 1312 University Ave P.88-9L PALAAER-JQHNSON Hardware Co. Christmas Remembrances ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS ELECTRIC IRONS WATCHES CLOCKS POCKET KNIYES CARVLNG SETS CASSEROLES UNIVERSAL COFFEE MA CHINES SLEDS AND COASTERS WAGONS ICE SKATES SCISSORS SETS " MANICURE SETS COMMUNITY SILYER CHAFING DISHES O.V.B. STEEL GOODS We Sell the EDISON ELECTRIC LIGnT In all sizes. Call and see the new Edison blue lamp which SiTes you a white light fine for the reading- room. PALMER- JOHNSON Hardware Co. Pctures Takenany time or place GROUPS AND STUNTS A SPECIALTY Ocker Phone 223 PLUMBING We have bought out the firm known as Hopper & Creasy, at No. 107, N. Ninth St We do plumbing, heat ing and make repair wo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

.-.-.jCTOTr-iMissaaTTgsagafiSgg'W V!" VI i,vmmW&8&$Wtilii?. TCJW THE BAILY ggSSUKIAlT, 8UOTAY MOKSIXQ, MSCBMBHt 17 MM. S?3?l!?si-Siffl?s-vV.v -tfw T: ; '"f?j--r' -.'--'viV' ''.-'- r .';l" ' X TIgtTETQ TEACHEB IS PIEA8EB JUm Frueea Hardea, Chicago Edaea tor, Likes Eleaieatarjr Methods. Miss Frances E. Harden, who has for twenty-six years been a teacher In the public schools of Chicago, was In Columbia last week studying methods of the elementary schools that she may report these to the Chicago joint committee on education. This commit tee Is attempting to Improve the sys tem of education in Chicago by ob serving the latest ideas and ideals of other schools in the United States. In speaking of the work here. Miss Harden says: "I have watched the children here a week and hare seen them working out their problems in their own way. The spirit of self helpfulness and of helping each oth er is marked. This school does not develop the desire for one child to'get ahead of his compani...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBES'17, 191C Page EIctcb Ik NOTED SCIENTIS T 'TWAS NEWSLESS SHORT STORY Hugo Muensterberg, Harv ard Psychologist, Drops Dead as He Lectures. gj United Tress CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 16. Hugo yaensterberg of Harvard University. roted German psychologist, dropped dead today while lecturing toa class of students at Kadcliffe College. Muen sterberg was taken suddenly ill. He fell to the floor, and died within a" few minutes after being assisted to a chair. physicians who were called in an nounced that they did not at present jenow the cause of the death. With his last breath the learned thinker attempted to quell the dis turbance which spread through his class of girls as he fell to the floor. Hugo Muensterberg had delivered many lectures and written numerous newspaper articles since the war be gan, setting forth his German view point. Early in the war there were demands from the Allies' sympathizers for his removal from the faculty of Harvard. T...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

-?v ,- -f ' .: Page Twelt GT7 f 'At-,. Prv j j - WJ7 3Z - Nkrirx maw J WLi7 HHP3 pJHW A Gift for i iKBB Office and iS JHpiH THE DAI1T MSSOtJMAlt, SliJTOAY MOKKP G, JECEMBEB 17. Htt. .,.,..,.,,.,..,.m,.mmmtHiimHllinilllllllllllllllllHlllllllllll immiilimimillimiiiiiimiuiuimmimiiuiumuwum ? mi lllIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIllllH - U 6 Mope Shopping Days Until Christmas ' -Just the thing to carry class room books and papers $5.00 to $12.50 Made by Likely Luggage Co. and carries their 5 yearguarantee Desk Joggers What you need on your desk to put down systematic or der, the little things you don't want to forget. $1,10 . $4.50 insolidoak cabinets, complete with index and cards. Home Children will' not cut fingers if you give a sensible gift that can be used. A guar anteed pencil sharpener. $1.00 to $5.00 For His Desk A Sengbusch inkstand is the kind used by all banks. He will buy onesomctime so get nvfor him Christmas. A gift he will'apprtciate. $1.00 to $5.00 AutoStrop Saf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

iP THE DALLY MlSSOURlAN NINTH YEAR- COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, xMONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 92 4STUDENTSVICTIMS OFANEGRQFQQTPAD Two Yield Watches, Money, While Two Others Get Away by Running. ., "POSSE MAKES A HUNT Hold-Up Man Has a Knife and Whisky Stankowski in Gain of 300 Yards. THE ONES HELD OP. James n. Porter Watch 'nd Usoey RoJxrt S. CloiiRh tiiJiWatch and Money Chsrles II. May Bill, escaping robbery AnVon StauVowsU Ban escaping; robbery Four University students We're held up In quick succession by a negro armed with a long dagger early Sun day morning In the vicinity of the East Campus. All the hold-ups too place between 12:50 and 1:15 'o'clock,; and the descriptions of the robber in dicate that the work was done by one -ic j . I negro. .- - I The total haul of the negro was two; watches valued at About $30 each and $G65 in money.. He obtained the watches and money from James B. Porter, who was quarterback rdn 'the freshman football team, and Robert S. Cloug...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MOXPAT EYEXIXO, DECEMBER 18, WW. MOVIES SPIT FBATEBMTT HEX Pan-Hellenic Council Votes Against Helping Vigilance Committee. The fraternity men of the University are satisfied with the class of motion pictures being shown by the Columbia theaters. The Pan-Hellenic Council yesterday morning at the Sigma Chi house passed a motion that no mem ber of the council serve on the vigil ance committee, which is being or ganized. That the general type of photo-plays shown at the local play houses is not objectionable is the opln-! Ion of the organization. TO CAMPBELL WELLS' FCXEBAL BeaaXwflliaHis Bepresents M. V. at Bnrial of Former turminr. . Dean 'Walter Williams of the School of Journalism left yesterday morning to act as pallbearer at the funeral of Campbell Wells, former curator of the University, who died Thursday at Platte City. Dean Williams went first to Kansas City and from there to Platte City on a special train. Dean Williams represented the University ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

r k tf THE DAILY MISSOUBUX, MONDAY ETEXLVG, DECEMBER 18, 1916. BIS CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR SIX $3.50 1st Coarse. Oyster Cocktail: 1 Pt. Oysters, Small 25 6 Tablespoonfuls Tomato Catsup juice of 1 Lemon , -,. 6 Drops Tabasco Sauce ........ -. ..... -j '.08 '' -4 1 Tablespoonful Grated Horse Radish ' ! ' ' 1 Salt .' .-. , .33 Or Halved Grapefruit: -- 3 Grapefruits 5" 6 Tablespoonfuls Sugar .015'" .2C5 2nd Course. Roasted Fowl: . Chicken, 5 Lb. . , . .". . i.oo 3 C. Stale Bread (Some Corn Bread Is Good .... .05 U Onion, Finely Chopped Sage, Salt, Pepper Celery, Finely Chopped ,.. 1.05 Sweet Potatoes: 2 Qts. Sweet Potatoes JO -- 1 Cup Sugar 0375 2 Tablespoonfuls Butter , 025 .1625 Cauliflower: Cauliflower 25 Butter, Salt, Pepper 025 .275 Cranberry- Jelly: j. t I Pt. Cranberries , 125 1 Cup Sugar .- 0375 .1625 ' Pickle 05, Bread (ti 10c Loaf) .-. 705 Butter H Lb .10 ' 3rd Course. Lettuce, Head ! .'. .05 Apples, 6 05 Nuts 05 Celery, A Bunch 05 .20 - Salad Dressing: 1 Egg (Dec. 9) 034' 2 Cups...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

' aaS 2j Kit I? It 11 bbU tilt sir Hat? J df m ir m Ji ll THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PnblUhed trtrj timing (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar morning fey The MJHonrlan Aueclatlen, Incorporate rd, Columbia. - nk H. Kiss. President and Editor; A. O. Plnman, liutlnrts Slanacn. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Ma, as second-class tuall. Year, $2.50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. National Advertising Kepresentnitves, Carpenter-Scbeerer Co, Fifth Avenue Bund ing, New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chi sago. , The MIssourlau receives the dispatches of the United Press Association. mifc ' rage Four THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, MOlfDAY EVEKrXG, DECEMBER 18, 1918. THE FIGHTIXG EDITOR II ever a man deserves his title It is Colonel J. West Goodwin of Seda 11a, "Missouri's Fighting Editor." Eighty years young a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

THE DAILY M1SS0UBIA2T, MONDAY EYEKIKG, DECEMBER 18, 1916. Page Fire DADE COUNTY CLUB FINDS Noted Ethics Professor Is Dead. Charles Edward Hart, 69 years old, professor emeritus of ethics at Rut gers College and a frequent contribut or to magazines, died suddenly Satur day at New Brunswick, N. J. He bad been at Rutgers since 1880, previous to which he was a Presbyterian min ister. He was a Princeton graduate. To Discuss Shoe Company Contracts. The boanfbf directors of the site i.f the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company, and the trustees of the property will meet in the rooms of the Commercial Club at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night. Recommendations of the committee regarding the contracts -with the shoe company will be discussed. W. G. Tarr to Receire Ph. D. Degree. W. A. Tarr, associate professor of geology will leave tonight for Chica go where he will receive the degree of Ph. D. from the University of Chi cago. Mrs. Tarr will accompany him. They will remain in Chicago during the holidays. TH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 December 1916

"FT'. e s flic' Page Six ) '! I JUDNT GET ELECTION KETDKKS 1' n f5' ''BE THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MOSPAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1918. Students Don't Know Oficlals, Qnlx In UBlrersIty Class Shows. An impromptu quiz held this morn ing in a class at the University In the University revealed that lew students know who will be the next state officials. Although many knew Gardner will be the next governor, only one in the class of seventy-five knew the name of the next attorney-general, and only seven were aware that J. Kelly Pool was defeated by the namesake of a great pugilist, because his name was John L. Sullivan. The information that Shackleford would be the next auditor of Missouri was also offered. Boone County Couple to Harry. Marriage license was issued this morning to Charley Maten Benedict of Woodlandville and Miss Bernlce An nie Dillman of Sturgeon. A Distinctive Missouri Gift ? THECOLUMNSPOON CITY ANDCAMPUS i- "Miss Minnie Freeman returned this afternoon to Mexico, after visiting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 December 1916

THE DAIIvY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1916. A NUMBER 93 -i V J -aT SAYS MOTOR WOULD BOOST STATE M. P. Carroll Thinks, Mis souri Should Draw Tour ists by Better Roads. HAS HIGHWAYS $2,544,000 Appropriation Will Bring Results If Rightly Used. A little town in Iowa Cleveland has doubled its population rin two years. Two hundred tourist cars a day, spending an average of $5 per person, has been the result of good roads. Wherp is Missouri that it is not getting some of thi3 traffic which, by all rights, should be her's? This question was asked by M. V. Carroll, of Sedalia, secretary of Mis souri Motor and Good Roads Asso elation, before the Columbia Automo bile Club at their meeting in the courthouse last night. "By good roads we mean' roads that' can be used the year round," said Mr. Carroll. "Missouri has seven state highways: The Old Trails, Southern Highway, Jefferson High way, Lakes to dulf Highway, Missis sippi Highway, Ozark Trail and ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 December 1916

rj$fl?3p i ' I SC 5? t v$3F CT'"'1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAIf, TDESDAT EVESISfi, DECEMBER 19, 1916. Page Two K' r n r i P THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published crrrx crania (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar moraine by Tha XlsMariaa Association, Incorporat ed. Colombia. . Tpaak H. King, President and Editor; Jesse X. Grorcs. Bullae l?sna. Director : Charle G. Bolter, MI Gladys Baker, Don D. Fattenon, Ira B. Hyde, Duke N. Parry. Kill II. Jones, Knasel H. Blchard. Address all communication to THE DAILT MISSODRIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, DowmUlrs Phones: Buslneis, 55; News, 274. THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME EXCEPT THE UNION Entered at tbe postofflce, Colombia, Ma, as second-class malL Tear, $2.50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year 3; month, 30 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Tarpeuter-Sclieerer Co., Fifth Avenue Bund ing, New York; Peoples Gas Bulldlug, "Chisago. Tbe MIssourian receives tbe dispatches of the United Press Associati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 December 1916

, 'JTBCSK' 1 ti"1 """" WV" 'K-AJ !V'! rR-! THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, TUESDA Y. EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1916. NEWS SPORT Jl vyAV X COMME COMMENT KeYrpies ll'Ip Centralia I, Basketball Game, 44-17. jter being hopelessly outclassed . defeated by a score of 36 to 5 In im first balf, the Centralia High te School basketball team made a come l v.,v and won the second half, 12 to In the game with the Columbia High School basketball team In the local high school gymnasium last night The final score was: Columbia 44, Centralia 17. Centralia threw a scare Into the Kcwplcs the first few minutes of the game by some good offensive playing-, tut after the Kewpies had taken five or gix unsuccessful shots at the has let, they began to display some splen did' team work and basket shooting tbat bewildered the Centralia play ers. ; Columbia's team worked like a ma chine, while Centralia resorted to In dividual playing and dribbles that were usually broken up- by the Kew pies. The visitors used little or no t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 December 1916

n&&m& l?vr.'-.ix$qgji i. r I Page Foot THE DAILY MISSOCBIAif, TUESDAY EYESISfi, DECEMBER 1, 1916. Skaters Popularize Gordon's Lake. Many skaters have taken advantage of ice that has formed on Gordon's Lake on East Broadway. The Jce is about five Inches thick and very smooth. Quite a crowd may be seen there both day and night as long as the cold spell holds out. HarthburK Couple to Marry. A marriage license was .issued this morning to Fred C. Menke, 23 years old, and Miss Alice M. Bryant, IS years old, both of Hartsburg. THREE DAYS OF LIFE GIYEX UP tun heat: two rooms, one on second floor and other on third floor. 1110 Paquln. Phone 1294 White. Mod ern house, good heat, good location. Table board if preferred. J. 93-tf. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOK IJKXT: A large nli-ely furnished room. Mrs. (!. A. ItrailfonI, SOI Locust. L. 93-95. T.OST: A small Mack Schaefer fountain pen, on l'aiiuln Street leten Collepe and llltt. Ueturn to offlco. Ilen-ard. W. 93-91. Prisoners Ask Electro...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

i . . .. . . t 1 ' ;s t THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 1 NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1916. NUMBER 94 s is A; HOLIDAY SPIRIT SEEN I CHURCH PROGHIS Services in Columbia Satur day Sundav and Monday Will Be Cheerful. MUSIC IS .POPULAR Christmas Trees, Entertain ments for Children, and Charity Not Forgotten. An abundance of Christmas cheer will be in Columbia this holiday sea son. Along with the work of the char ity organization society and the var ious fraternal societies of the city, the churches have arranged special serv ices to add a tone of reflection to the rejoicing and to round out in a fuller measure the Christmas spirit. All of the churches have planned services in which the children are to play the major part. Instead of the regular services at the Christian Church Sunday morning, the children and young people will have charge. A program of music and recitations pertaining o relief work will be given. An offering for such work will also be taken at th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

--,a THE DAILY MISSOPBIAK, WEPXE SPAY ETEXEf G, PECEMBEB 20, 11 Pate Two he will compete. It is probable, how ever, that he will. He also received an invitation to compate in a meet given by the Boston Athletic Club in Boston, February 3, but will not enter. LEAGUE PLANS SIMPSON IS NEW YOBK MEET Athletic Club of New York for a meet to be held there January 24. Simp son received his invitation a week or so ago. Although his entry has been sent In, Simpson is not positive that STAB TAXICAB LIKE Phone 624 CitjlSc 801 Walnut fi Country f Trips. Ideal Xmas Gifts "Bob" Wll Hurdle For Easterners fa Classic CarnlTaL Bob Simpson, Missouri's track star, has sent in his entry to the Melrose A A Gold Knife and Waldemar Chain Wenninger's 3cS LIBRARY Women Hope to Raise the Money by a Continuous Campaign in 1917. $10 GIFT TO Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Ingels Leads Meeting on "Christmas Spirit" at H. O. Severance Home. Embroidery, f fc 1 t ) ' i ft l f. , r V If I i, is The Women's Civic League will di rect...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

-SFarwjsr.-. 7r"?Ts: m "" THE DAILT MISSOUBIAX, WEDXE SD AT ETEXIXG, DECEMBER 20, 1916 SPORT NEWS and COMMENT Because of quizzes before the holi days ma"' ot the basketball men were unable to practice last night. 0niy two more nigths for practice are left before school Is out; so every nan is urged to be out tonight and to morrow night. Since a game has been scheduled with Central College for January C. most of the squad will have to come back to Columbia a few days carIy in ordcr t0 be rcao"y for this game. Conference games will be played the week-ends after the Cen tral game; so from now on the team will be put through a conditioning process. Two more football men have been added to the squad since Stankowski reported. Preston came out for his first practice last Friday night, and Slasher reported last night.. These men are big and aggressive and prom ise to strengthen the guarding weak ness. Both men have had some ex perience and, arc anxious to get in condition. Slusher Is alrea...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

f"t1'-?-JPfei!i' m jfrfr-d- rjw-fw?jw!s v -"r- vwsasr-s" - X H y H M r IE Page Poar THE DAILY MISSOURI Pobllibed eyrry evening (except Saturday and Snndj) and Bandar mornlnr by The Hlsionrlan Association, Incorporat ed. Colombia. -- Frank II. Klnc. President and editor; Jesne 1. 4roTe Baslnesa manager. Directors: Charles G. Roster, Miss Gladys Itaker, Don D. I'atterson, Ira B. Hyde, Dnke X. l'arry, Ellis II. Jones, Knssel II. ICIcbards. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflee, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, $2.50; mouth, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Btone County, year $3; moutb, in cents. Vdtlon.il Ailrprtlslncf Ilenresentatlres. fUrnenter-Schecrer Co., Fifth Avenue Build lns. New York; Peoples Uas Building, Chi cago. Tbe Mlssourlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe United Tress Associations. ME IX THE MAKING The task of making true, red-bloo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

$3?&5Qr: WANTS "WHITE W lilHSTREETJOO g p. Conlcy Addresses City Council, Saying That For mer Plan Is Unfair "charity BILLS PASS Only Few Organizations Al lowed To Solicit Funds, OtheftRoutine Business. Whether to continue the white ways jCinth and Eighth streets to the University campus was the main ques tion before the City Council at last night's meeting. council and proposed that, if the city Intended to extend the white way at its expense on Eighth street, he saw no reason why the business men should hate tojay for the cost of ex tending It on Ninth street to Elm. He said it should be extended by the city on Ninth as well as on Eighth. Councilman Heed proposed that es timates! be secured before any action by the" council. Councilman Kellogg urged.that immediate action bo taken on the matter as the need of lights on Eighth street was very imperative. ynslnnj thinking there were other parts of the city that needed improve ments more. The matter was referred to the water and l...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 December 1916

." -.'- j4mm? 4J -ij-v Cif&J 'xCjsv- HE. v t . , t J V U Fje Six THE DAILY MISSOCRIAK, mnwre SPAY ETESISG, DECEMBER 20, 1916 CITY AND CAMPUS S. P. Spegal went to Bowling Green today. John King of St. Louis, who has been here on business, returned home today. Mrs. W. M. Blacsman is visiting in Kansas City. Mrs. Grace C. Lindsey left today for Kansas City, where she will spend the Christmas holidays. John Murphy of St Louis, who has been here on business, returned home today. Walter Winn returned to Sturgeon today, after visiting A. J. Winn of Co lumbia. Offices, classrooms and reading room are being constructed in Ma chinery Hall on the Farm for the Ag riculture Engineering Department. They are expected to be completed by January 1. 'Addison Gulick, assistant professor of physiology, will leave for Boston tomorrow. He will later attend science meetings In New York. John Kiersey, a student in the Unl ersity, left this afternoon for Hot Springs, Ark., where he will spend the Christ...

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