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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 October 1908

T? gyg'h" fr ,; Vgyj"v.-!ywy 'W&'i&& -J' ' J -'w-' ''-'-' .sjog "y5p;) UNIVERSITY mSSOURIAN. VOLUME T. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1908. NUMBER 21 Tr'rjHi,",?r SMILING BRYAN ASSAILS RECORD OF REPUBLICANS Democratic Leader Says He is the "Advance Agent of Prosperity," and Promises Relief from Present Panic. CHEERED BY 20,000, HE TELLS NEED FOR TARIFF REDUCTION Policeman Helps Candidate 1 Reach Platform Through the Crowd. W. J. BRYAN COMPLIMENTS UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ?icr William Jennings Bryan's ivfii a Mobeily Saturday, a re- port it for the University MNsou- nan wa-. introduced to liim by 9 former "ov. David R. Francis, 9 who wai in the patty accoinpauy- in? Mr. Bryan in his trip acro-s the ."state In answer to the trues- 9 t ion as to what hu thought of the 9 9 Depjitini-nt of Journalism at the 9 University of Missouri, Mr. Bryan 9 9 -aid: 9 9 1 ihink that men can be taught 9 9 to be journalists, just as men can 9 9 be taught to be lawyers, doctors, 9 9 or ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 October 1908

.V r . V UJUIVKiwiTY MISSOUBIAK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, i908. , s ; 's I Z $ Tr fU t 3' . University Missourian An evening neivspaper published at Columbia, Mo. every schoolday by the Department of yournalitm of the Uniiersity of Missouri, Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postotlice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1BTJ. SUBSCKIITIOX-Imnriably in Alliance: lly Mail or Carrier: Srliool Yenr, $ :;.0O; Semester, $1.5. Single C'opiex, Two Cento. Of ice Room D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telm-iione Numbers: Department office. 377. Newsroom. 374 and 714. Only Approved Ailrertishig Acerpteti. Hut en on Application. Address all communication to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo' ELECTRIC LIXE NEEDED. Coltimbia need-- an i-lcctric freight and passenger service. A trolley line east and pl is of course most desirable; but since tli.it seems out of the ques tion for the piesent, a line to Mexico, and ultimately...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 October 1908

1 3 UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1908. NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS LOSS OF "EASY" Hi BLUCK IS FELT Despite Weakened Line the Tigers Roll Up a Fair Score. PUNTING IS THE WEAKEST POINT Ragged Work at Times Mars Game With Rolla Miners. (Continued from First rage.) the ball twenty-five yards. Carothers plunged through center for five yards, anil Craves attempted a forward pass hut failed, the ball falling into Rolla's possession. Kalchman was tackled on a two-yard ,Min by Graves. A forward pass gained Rolla five yards, Deatheragc tackling Holla's man on the twenty-yard line. Deatheragc took time out. He was jarred by the impact of his scant 134 pounds with the 180 pounds of muscle and bone, and his lip, where his head struck, was deeply cut on the inside. Kventtially it became necessary for Deatheragc to leave the game on ac count of the injury, but he stuck game ly to it as long as Coach Monilaw per mitted. Goal Kick Blocked. Rolla attempted a goal kick, but was blocked by Alexa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 October 1908

ggjtf5ffl&CIB VP&WS TXi "I. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19Q8. f COLUMBIA FROWNS ON TROLLEY PROPOSITION "Watering'" StocK Disapproved by Members oi Commercial Club Here, Who ThinK Cash Bonus to Electric Promoters Better. Columbia's Big Steam and Chemical Cleaning Works s- u f fe ftr Mt J (Continual from Tlrft Pace.) than is now offered by the railroads. He closed by reading a telegram from the Boston firm saying it would buy the bonds as soon as funds were raised to complete the grade. Committee to Raise Money. Speeches were made by J. T. John son, P. H. Cullen and S. P. Emmons. S. P. Emmons. W. W. Botts and others were appointed as a committee to assist in securing the remainder of the funds needed. The meeting adjourned subject to the call of tbc Business Men's Asso ciation. PROMOTERS PRESENT OFFER TO COMMERCIAL CLUB. Officers of the Mexico, Santa Fe and Perry Traction Co., came to Colum- hia Saturday night and discussed with cinD considered the matter. The m...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 October 1908

r??-' UOTYERSITY MISSOTIRIAK s VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1908. NUMBER 22 MERCHANTS COULD BOYCOTT WABASH W. B. Nowell Says This May Be Necessary Unless the Service is Improved. ' CROSSINGS WOULD COST $100 NoExcuse for the Delay in Constructing Them, He Says. W. 15. Newell, :i Columbia grocer, who brought to the attention of the City Council the fact that the Wabash rail road had ignored City Attorney Roth wen in the matter of the Maehir place track crossings, told a reporter for the University Missourian this morning that if the Council proves helpless to bring the corporation to terms, he will endeavor to do so on his own account. "Feeling in Columbia is so strong against the Wabash," Mr. Nowell ex plained, "that if a written agreement were circulated to ship all freight pos sibe over the M. K. & T. railroad, many signers undoubtedly could be obtained. "I dislike to resort to that measure, but it may be necessary. The fact that the "Katy' put on a sleepi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 October 1908

gy-1 '! . i- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1908. I University Missourian An evening memsafr fuhlished at Cclmm&ia, Mo. every sehootday hf the Department of Journalism of the Unnerstty of Missouri Acolicjtirn nrntiin fr.r amitAn ac trrm1 class mail matter at the postorhee at Columbia, ' evadintr it ft tins- K r.t ("...... - Vf-..U tj-n ! " - , wiwb ,." JIV.l V V-"Jlimt3- Jl IJdibU( .t, and an unpreparedballot is little better than a fraudulent ballot. A man may have pood reason for not voting. If he hasn't the chances are that he will invent one. If he is fined or im prisoned he will denounce the law a3 an instrument of oppression and will make himself believe that he is justified in .MTISSCIiltTION' InnrinMjr in -Advance: I5y M.iil or Carrier: liooI Year, fS.OO; Semmtfr, tl.3.. siinRle G'opie, Two Cent. Officf Rv,m 1j Academic Hail, University ol Missouri, Columbia Mo. 'tvLFrHCiK S VBHRS- TJepartnoent offce, 377. Ne "sroom, 27 1 and 71 J. Only Apprfrril Arlrrrtinln...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 October 1908

T UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 13, 1908 1.F.A1W.R OF WORK FOR CHILDREN, GIRL "MAC," CHILDREN'S Oh ' 'M Everything That's good in the Bakery, Restaurant Confectionery and Soda Line at L;0NG & HEIBERQER'S DIRECTOR, SCENES ON PLAYGROUNDS ,B AltNTtD INVISIBLE. BIT0CAL Oculist Prescriptions Filled Broken Lens Duplicated QIQJt Broadway DR. R. H. ELLS 3 Terriers uniei uiversion was ri....: tt ? - "WV TXT jr laying Aug ui War." DOUGLASS PHOTOGRAPHER For the Student and the People They Simply Lead OSLERIZED IN HIS OLD AGE FRIEND DEAD si i Owner and Playmates Mourn Departure of Columbia's Best Town Dog. "Mac," .1 005 with a personality, h iK-aJ. He departed this earth as did Scllii-." a horse, who was his hest friend on earth, itoth were chloroforni ..!. when the infirmities of age made life no longer worth living for them, and they rest side by ide in graves dug with care. Xearh everybody in Columbia knew Mar He va- something more thau a dog - lie was a canine individuality. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 October 1908

tK:w- U30VERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1908. STATE FAIR MOST SUCCESSFUL YET ATHLETIC NEWS BE ONE OF THE TIGEES' STERLING LINE MEN Cattle Exhibit by U. M. Attracted Many Compliments. of OUT OF BIG GAME -..-, Coach Catlin Seeking Field '.& "Easy" Re-sprains Ankle, and May Not Be in Shape Saturday. IOWA PLAYERS WEAR HARNESS CORN DISPLAY IS "FINEST EVER General For His New Offensive Play. j i i FOUR MEN ARE BEING TRIED1 1? em Ir, ir Agricultural Implements and Farm Products Shown in Abundance. By a Staff Correspondent. SKDALIA, Mo., Oct. ia.-Mi-.ouri'.-etyhtli annual State l'air, held hole la-t Meek, marked the moit micic fill u.hih ition of agricu'.tuial products and farm implements over held in the "show me" state. With the exception of one day the weather was fine. Under the management of .lolm T. Stiii-on. Seeretan of the Slate l'air Hoard, cery detail va arranged to a system, and nearly all ehihif- were in place on the opening day oiuething iiuci before known in the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 October 1908

gEtZSQ "Va'sft t?? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. VOLUME I. NUMBER 23 ar- SAYS CROSSINGS WILL BE BUILT City Attorney W. H. Rothwell Thinks Work Will Begin Soon. LAW ON POINT UNMISTAKABLE City Need Only Serve Notice on Proper Official to "Get Results." City Attorney W. H. Rothwell told a reporter for the Unhersity Missourinn toduv that ' c eioing over the Wa bash at Machir Place would be put "We will "et the crossing," said At torney Rothwell, "anil I do not antici pate any unnecessary tiouble in doing so. While in Moberly yesterday 1 met W. A. Hopkins, district assistant pas senger and freight agent for the western liw-iun. lie said that he would be in Columbia within the next few days to look into the matter of putting in the crossing at Maehir Place, and that he would be glad to meet the business men of Columbia and talk with them in icgard to matters about which they .are mutually concerned. Expects No Further Delay. "I do not think there w...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 October 1908

i.?B&gtI: &3F UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. MAIN UNIVERSITY BUILDING AS IT WAS FROM , University Missourian THE KATY STATIOK. Columbia will welcome the informa tion that the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad has closed a deal for land on which to build a new station here. That the welcome will have a substantial aftermath in increased patronage for that line no one can doubt. The Commercial Club, which has la bored long to this end, is to be con gratulated on its success. 1887 UNTIL FIRE IN 1892; COLUMNS STILL STANl An evening nezvsaer published at Columbia, Mo. every sckoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Application pending (or admission as second class mail matter at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo , under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1879. w ft P SUHSCKIPTION-Imarlably in Advance: By 3Iail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. Office Room I), Academic Hall, University oi M...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. 1 k I I IliniO OTlinrii-rn r- N II MM IL-L.IIIUIU U I UULI1 I II II Kepainsgto I 9 UNIVERSin WINNING AT SHOW State Cattle Capture Large Share of Prizes at Kansas City. "STRENUOUS AMERICANS TOO BUSY TOR CLASSICS' . , ... e r. :i..j are now nv tne euitor 01 ocriuuci , that the English are far more familiar h good literature than we. But a recent wideawake English traveler, Mr. II. G. Wells, in hjs very readable The Future in America, criticizes us tor precisely the opposite fault, that oi studying the classics too much. It seems that at Boston he had an es pecially annoying experience on this ac count. 'When I went out to w ellesley, he tells us, 'to see that delightful girls' college, everylKxly told me I should lie - o.i - r il... ture a large share of the prizes in the reminded ot tne rrinccs. r..r i.. ,., Rmil miii !. i.or tr.. Hfo of mo I could not remember what .MIV.. ... -..... ......... , ..U.. ..V.., " JACK OF ESTILL TAKES F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 October 1908

tf? -' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER &, 1908; NEWS ABOUT ATHLETICS il v I ?1 t r. a - ai : ?i II IF i i HOODOO PUS MISSOURI TEAM i i Injury May Keep Gilchrist Out of Iowa Game Saturday. DEATHERAGE IS IMPROVING Freshmen Will Line Up Against "Scrubs" This Evening. TIGERS' RIGHT END ON INJURED LIST The hooJ'-o u. working in tin; 'iir caiuji again e-tudaj (iilciirit 1 tli" latent iiti:n. Diiriti tlic pl.iv l.i-t pw:im?. tuo ir the j.I.ijvr- fell on Jiim, spraining hi in-t p .-w n-ly. Tin i)t vr.i- alr.nh -or- i- tin- u nit of .in injury iieiu a vti'k .ij:o. Thi will probably kep fiii'hrit out of the Iowa '.'ainc though In- miv 1 used. Duthcraj.''- i- now out oi the hospital arid if he improw iili n-iil'v by Satunhn In' a!-o may he in the jranu'. Kicking Game Played. Last night a kicking j:aiiie u:i- pfcued and the min -uut filed in petting avsav with ne-irlv all the punt, attempted. DYING ; FAN ASKS SCORE Thcv did not do o well with the place kick, onh about one third be...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 October 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. VOLUME I. NUMBER 24L 1 mm CAMPAIGN HAS COST $22510 National Committee Issues An Appeal For $100,000 More Funds. FEW BIG CONTRIBUTIONS MADE David R. Francis, of St. Louis, Among Those Who Donated $1,000. By I niti-il rre. LW YORK, Oct. 15. Chairmpn Nor man Mack of tlie Democratic National i omniittee, and Herman Kidder, treas urer of tlie committee, today issued a statement that the contributions to lie Democratic campaign fund to Oct. .1 totaled 21S,5(7. This includes .42,500 of the fund siib vribed by Denver to hriii" the national mw-ntion to that city, and $90,712 from contributors of more than $100 each. The balance is made up of small contribution, mostly from Democratic newspapers. Appeals for $100,000 More. The committee, according to the re port, has spent ?22.,000. leaving a bal ance 011 hand of approximately $22,000. n appeal is made in the statement for $100,000 more. Only a few contributions of $1,000 ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 October 1908

Ill " V ''.''': ' 1'1; miy. tt nu f rv.r I1. ? University Missouiian An 'evening newspaper fubliihed at Columbia, ' Mo. every sckoolday by the Department cf Journalist of the Uniiersity of Missouri. Entered at tbe postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCKIPTIOX Invariably in Advance: By Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cents. Office Room D, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 37t and 714. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Mates on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo' INFLUENCE OF PRINTING. Tbe printed page took the Bible from tbe priests and gac it to the people; took government from the lords and gave it to tbe commons. Thus it de stroy ed the- power of two estates; strengthened a third estate; and created a fourth estate. Today all the world's a school and the readers of the printed page are pupils. The i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 October 1908

JilXUTjMiJaffitffir-ffiyyYai-TJhri.r- SaJ "ftjjTrt?'il''5atfriFSM T1, U4-S..?E'B5' j?ai;x V-5 V VI UNIVERSITY MISSOURi&N, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. BOYS WILL COMPETE ifj JUDGING CORN (Rally of the Eighth-Grade Students of County to Be Held Here. NEEDLE-WORK FOR THE GIRLS More Than 250 Pupils to Take Part in Unique Contests. More than -50 boys and girls in the eighth grailo of thu public schools of Boone county will compete in various contests in a rally of school children in this city No ember 19 to 21. The l rally is to be in connection with the neeting of the Boone County Teachers Association in Columbia at that time. The events will include corn -judging contests for the boy3 and needle-work contests for the girls. The judges will be cbosi-n from the Agricultural and Home Economies Department of the Uni versity. The corn used in the contests must be contributed by the boys and must hae been grown on their fathers' farm. First Contest of The Kind. This vill be the first cont...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 October 1908

tt-t?rML-irijmWL'z?m jjjl ?te3f UBU iiK-.if; j, nFMg57A&&? 1 1 IB t ItiJ'' ; . EH JfcJ (a 1' If r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THUBSDAY,70CTOBBR 15, 1908. WOMEN MUST DOFF HATS IN HIS CHURCH Brooklyn Minister Issues Edict and the Congregation Threatens War. DRAMATIC LIFE BASIS OF $75,000 LAW SUIT Mrs. Vantine, Who Until Year Ago Was Ignorant of Parentage, Sets Up Claim to Share in Property of John Butler. SAYS FEATHERS ABSORB SOUND Besides, Scenic Headgear is Likely to Eclipse Pulpit and Preacher. BROOKLYN, X. Y., Oct. 13. If not a whirlwind, it i-, at least, an October gale of protest that the Rev. Cortland Myer- has reaped fiom tlm sowing of his older last Sunday that women must not wear their hats in hi- church, the Baptist Temple, Brooklyn. AVhilc some of the women of his flock have accepted the ukase as final, there arc others who do not. and they arc supported by many women outside of the Temple congregation. The recalei tants within the Temple doelare that Dr. Mers has been ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 October 1908

p- simS&Si .rgaj SRgsag'at-tllPlKS!gKaSfca HBIR?a ?; .-rjr-,,-' - -. 'v- ', - ' V dK tPiWjJ'. ..'.-.VtiTl ?v - V"-? - j . 7 UOTTERSITY MISSOHRIAN. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. VOLUME I. NUMBER 25 STUDENT LIVES ON $3 A MONTH? ANOTHER IS "TRUST" MAGNATE 11. STAB WHOM IOWA WOULD RULE OUT E Jacob Kalina, of Russia, for a Year Adhered Rigidly to Diet of Bread, Beans, Soup Bones and Milk. HOLDER OF RECORD FOR CHEAP LIVING, AND HEAD OF MONOPOLY Question of Eligibility of Head of the New Canadian College Visits University of Missouri. Three Men is Still Hanging Fire. ANCIENT CONTRACT MAY BIND TIGERS SASKATCHEWAN PRESIOENT IOWA TEAM IS OVER-CONFIDENT Battle Will Be One of the Hardest Fought Ever U wagea iere. Not until tomorrow will it be defi nitely ilecided whether undersoil, Miller and Caiothers, Missouri s three nusky linesmen, wijl lw barred from playing a"aiust the Hawkejes because of a contract signed two years ago. The three men an. objected to by the Iowa manage...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 October 1908

tU ttin LaaaaBvSs umversity mtssoukian, freday, October 16, 1908. r j F r University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Me., every schiolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unnersity of Missouri. Entered at the pottoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION-Imarlafaljr in Adiance: By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.35. Single Copies, Two Cent. Office Room D, Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telefiiose Nlmbkrs: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274 and 714. Only Approved Advertising Accepted, Jtatet on Application, Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo' UNIVERSITY Oct. 17. CALENDAR Oct. 2S. Oct. 18. Oct. 24. Oct. 30. Oct. 31. Nov. 14. Nov. 19. Dec. 4. Dec. 18. Football Missouri vs. Iowa. Debate Union Literary So ciety, Academic Hall, at 7 p. m. Debate Athencan Literary So ciety, Academic Hall, at 7:30 Meeting of Executive Board, p. rn., Academic Hall. p. m. Lecture in...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 October 1908

ifi lsea .trs' Pr im t9 UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. "MAKE-UP" MAN ONCE FANS' Winscott, Now on Missourian, Was Major League Star in Baseball. UNDER "DER BOSS PRESIDENT" PLAYER ON VON DER AHE'S TEAM: NOW UMPIRE OF VARSITY GAMES Now He is Crack Umpire,'and Presides Over Rollins Field Games. A. J. Winscott, the man who "'makes tip" the University Missourian, was a &tar baseball player on the St. Louis Browns in the days when Chris von der AIic, "Der Bos president," owned the team. He played first base. Win-eott lias given up the game and is now a printer. Incidentally, he is a baseball umpire and the "University has often called on him to "handle the in dictor," as the sporting writers say, at the 'Varsity games on Rollins Field. He has been an umpire also in the Southern and Texas leagues. "Rooter" for Tigers. "Winscott the boys at the print shop call him "Andy" or "A. J." is a thirty third degree baseball fan and knows the game from all its angles, lie is one ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 October 1908

jHJB&ila TWfjSfSsSSmKtBaBsSiSnffSKi,' -5.j.FlP!fe ""s .-t.9Tw'38'slsrvSr ?HSW5ffi8PPMKP55lsS ;v. .irA&Tvt-a&TCSfCSfc'','ri 7 Wb: ; . -.r '.-. v. . ,rif.-.. . -S. -'. V -.-';' '?''r:,s' - '' -i 5- V ? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. im mm AUSTRIAN WARSHIPS CLEARED FOR ACTION ATHLETIC NEWS Winter Russet Fleet Awaits Montenegro's Answer to Demand for Explanation. VIENNA, Oct. 1C Six Austrian war ships are anchored off Antirari today cleared for action. They arc awaiting Montenegro's answer to the demand, made by Austria for an explanation of the message sent ly Montenegro to Ser via urging joint war against Austria. The ships have orders to bombard the town unless the reply is forthconi- TWO STARS OF IOWA TEAM WHO WILL PLAY HERE, AND CUB BEAR, MASCOT Shoes 1 IbbbbbbHbbBbH bbbbW II I ibbbhEbbbbT ?M, II to rjij t ' . . . ' I ToTalk on "Fast Young Man." The Rev. II. 0. Breeden wUl deliver an address to young men in the Uni versity auditorium Sunday afternoon a...

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