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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 February 1917

vo---"--, ' '&&:2- ?--.lryie&, Ji'v""' - -mammmmmmmmmmmmmmBWam , - MoapsessBWPt 3lj "BBB9w!S-3p THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN, FBIDAY ETEhXXG, FEBBTJABT 9, 1817. Fag Three Si' I V SOCIETY NOTES M.ofa sienia Phi. national honorary journalistic sorority, will hold its first convention at Lawrence. Kan., in May- Tnere are now tvvelve cP teri of the sorority located at the Uni versities of Kansas, Washington. In diana. Ohio. Oklahoma, Oregon. Mon tana, ' Nebraska. Minnesota, Missouri, Stanford University ana tne Kansas Agricultural College. Tho rhanter 01 me uuiverauj ui Missouri was founded in 1911 and now has an active membership of eight. The dance that was to have been given February 17 by the Alpha Delta pi sorority has been postponed be cause of the quarantine on the sorority- A dinner was given last night at Harris' by the members of the "Wom en's Council in honor of Miss Gladys Udell, retiring president, who finish ed her work in the University last semester. James G. Lotspei...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 February 1917

r m0wsm M PageFoir THE DAILY MIS SO UMAX, FKIDAY EYEyiSG, FEBBCABY 9, 1917. WATCHING THE VOTE ON SAVITAR QUEEN Socialist Society Meet Tonight "Economic Determinism" is the sub ject of the paper to be read at 7:30 tonight in Room A of the Y. M. C. A. by R. Rosenberg at the first meeting of the semester of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. The programs for Prof. A. J. Carlson Will Lecture Here. Marguerite Clark at the Columbia. Marguerite Clark will be seen at the Columbia Theater tonight and Saturday in "Miss George Washing ton." She plays the part of a glri who cannot tell the truth but who is reputed never to have told a lie in her life. Upon this plot is built a humor ous motion picture p!ay. t Prof. A. J. Carlson of the depart ment of physiology at the University 1 of Chicago will lecture at 8 o'clock to j morrow night in the Physics Audi- jtorium on "Recent Studies on the j Physiology of the Stomach." He is . here under the auspices of Sigma Xi, an honorary scientific frate...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

vm,r, npr " T s "XirgTfrpit - .VSjgPJb"-' rrsr--s-sqfsvrSigT,?,:13l "T" "?"?S"?PI THE DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 1917. NINTH YEAR SIX PAGES NUMBER 137 i js - - . . -w . , I N V Ti PIE CHANCES JUTOBAFJEH WEEK Germany Would Avoid War Without Restraining Its "Barred Zone" Decree. NEUTRALS AID WORK U. S. Officials Think Teu tons Are Making Effort to Becloud the Issue. By ROBERT J. BENDER (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. Germany is feeling out the United States in I an attempt to avoid an advance oft war. Neutrals offer to do whatever is ( possible to prevent war. These two ( facts stand forth a week after the breaking of relations between the two , countries luntrics. i Officials say that Germany is mere-j lv trying to becloud the issue, swell J the ranks of pacifists and break Wil- . . ... , ...,., ..i i .:,.i. ' sons hand sliouiu suomaruit: acini ties demand war. Dr. Paul Ritter, the Swiss ambas sador, in charge of German a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

w THE DAILY MISSODBIAN, SUNDAY MOBXI&G, FEBHUABY 11. 1917. Pff Two Livingston County Wants AdTlser. Prof. A. J. Meyer, secretary of the Agricultural Extension Service of the University, met the farmers and busi ness men of Livingston County at the Chillicothe courthouse Thursday and discussed with them the advisa bility and possibility of getting a farm adviser for that county. A similar ef- iort was maae tnree years ago, btn the farmers failed to give their'sup--port and the project did not carry. V St. Valentine'. .Horn. 1!)I7. Wednesday will be Saint Valentine's i house last night at the chapter house. Day and many in Columbia will give parties to celebrate it. The I'niver- itv tinnnlp. nf ronrsp. will have to ... . . ,. ,, ,,, i The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. J postpone their celebrations until the : week-end, but they know that the Saint will understand. , The Phi Delta Theta fraternity gave an informal house dance Friday night. L. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacks, and M...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

yg7MggggpCTy5yfjW WiRjy!K"gijgP- 1 "Tr sd""! -r'"c,r' .gpsr? - SS-rfCSit-ar-jw - -WFT W-L 'ui'36-'5KSw3S,. -f -IV? BB- t . -jbw.. "- -V--.,. -x- N TiifE PROGRESS OF BOONE'S SCHOOLS M. U. Students Make Survey of County's Educational Facilities. bL TESTS FOR CHILDREN Data, When Complete, Will Be Tabulated Into Bulle tin Form. Abner Jones, instructor In the School of Education, assisted by a corps of men students from the School of Education and the Graduate School is making an educational survey of the country schools of Boone County. This suney is given under the direc tion of the extension division of the University. The work was started two years ago, when statistics of Saline County were taken. Data are being collec ed about the teachers, their school preparation and their ability to or ganize. The school buildings are being surveyed from the standpoint of the health and esthetic wants of the children. Playgrounds are being en couraged "We discovered one interesting j , , .... . ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

-7'r?9?ri??S3lr "si ' w I 1 f' ' THE DAILY MISSOUHIAX, SUNDAY R PageFoar THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Uf Iubllahed fiery rvcnlnr (except Saturday ' and Sunday) and Sunday morninr by K The MUionrlan Attorlatlon, Incorporat or rd, Colombia, Mo. H,A Aililres all communications to fe TIID DAILY MISSOUIUAN M Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs 1'bones: Ilnslnesg. &j; hewg. .. Entered at the postofflce. Columbia, Mo.. ... aaini1.ilflIS mail. pa n.vwM ......, City: Year. $3.50: 3 months, ?1.00; niontli. 35 cents; copy. 5 cents. -ein- r. 157 mall In Boone County: lea r. $3:00. 0 months. 11.75; 3 months. W cents. Outside of Boone County: lear. $4.00. 3 months, $1.20; month. 40 cents. National Advertising Kepresentatlyes, Carpente?-Scheerer Co. Hfth Avenue Bulld Ing. New Vork; Peoples Gas Building, Chi cago. (.Y.MIILE TIIEX WAR Speculative capital invested abroad is often father to war. Whenever an investor decides to "plunge" he risks his money in undeveloped countries. The...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

t -r- "f- ?", vr 3 -?. ?, . 5 v - ; fr"x s-ipa --'r' THE DAILY MISSOCKIAX, SUNDAY XORXIXG, FEBBUABY 11, 1917. Pffe Fire us V s SOCIETY (Continued from page Two.) Helen Stephenson, Jane Grelner, Fran ces Dobbins, Sarah Merell and Helen Adair were dinner guests of the fra ternity. Miss ITena Ingersoll of Mount Pleasant, la., province president of the Pi Beta Phi sorority, will arrive in Columbia tomorrow to visit at the Pi Beta Phi house. Tuesday after noon the sorority will give a tea in her honor. Mrs. Donald Krump of Muskogee, Okla., was an out-of-town guest. The Sigma Chi fraternity enter-, tained Mrs. C. W. Toel of Little Rock, J Ark., at dinner last night. Mrs. Toel was formerly Miss Winifred Limerick, a student in the University. The Delta Tau Delta fraternity has scheduled a house dance for next Fri-! day night. Saturday night the fra ternity will hold initiation. The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity will give a dance February 23. Don ald Libbey of Centralia, who was graduated fro...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 February 1917

fc Page Six THE DAILY HI8S0CRIAX, SUXDAY XOBNBTG, FEBBUABY 11, 1917, ml l 4-1 feT y h I CITY AND CAMPUS Miss Julia Groves, instructor in modern languages, spent the week-end in St Louis. Miss Clifton Rogers attended the Carroll County Club Social Monday night at the Y. M. C. A. Building. Miss Hazel Pipes is spending the week-end at her home in Howard County. Miss Marion Murphy entertained , guests from Mexico at dinner at the! college last night. They were: Miss Helen Gow and Miss Lillian Smith from Hardin College; Captain Croly, Lieutenant Ljle Wilson, Cadets Rob ert Gow and Thomas Smith from Mis souri Military Academy at Mexico. Mrs. Ada McNeill Gordon, returned missionary from India, spoke at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday on the "Life of the Woman of India." The Boone County Court was in ses sion yesterday morning. Only rou tine cases were discussed . C. C. Grimes will speak at the regu-1 lar meeting of the Y. W. C. A. The ' meeting will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the Union ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 February 1917

II . -jr -tf-e- V " -ii-i -.. -r-'"' --rtr-? '5-v- 5B,5r; j , - - rrw-ri' HUsawpgpsfp THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1917. NUMBER 138 T'-m : ".i -. . . -p -- i 1 1 n irr i i ri . 's - h S93SP3!J5S!SMW K 1 GERMANY IS WILLI TO U. S. Would Permit Nego tiations on Any Question Proposed. DISCUSS TEIS TKITONS TO CONFERvoO.-Vo'and Piano recital by MKs Mnbelle Tennant and Miss Itertba llornadav. Christian Collcce Andl- k'lKfr mid Generals Will torium, 8:15 p. m. ? i ,, jl UUlCrdlb lvb u u m washlustou's KIrtl.day I ..II- I ltitr iihmortf i t.l.t..a I..- tin. Kav lllirrls A. I uiiv vy li uuuiiiuiini. ; Warfare Policv. i:v United Pre-s WASHINGTON. Feb. 12. The State Department this afternoon admitted that the German government is "will ing to negotiate with the United States, provided that the commercial blockade of England would not be in terfered with." In reply this Govern ment said "it would be glad to discuss with Germany any question it ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 February 1917

K"pir ?-" Jrz- V "2S ''-Jlgr&r3p?iTarPT - v - -' TSWjpr-. r Pf Tw TU DAILY MISSOUBIAX, MONDAY EYEXBfG, FEBBUAET 12, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUhtd crcry crenlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The MIourlan Aitoclatlon, Inrorporat rd, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUUIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia BuIUllnK, Dowustalrs Phones: Business. 53: News. 274. program would still be disturbed by the opening of doors by stragglers who are always late, for an indefinite period. Sixty or ninety days is the limit. If his obli gations aren't met at the end of that time, his credit is ie?inilol and his Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo., , lating lowered with the ciedit agen as second-class mail. . cies. Xow, Mr. Consumer, don't you tninK THE OPEN COLUMN A public forum for tbe discussion of From tbe Cassvllle Republican. The people all over the State will thins nortu-wMie. Articles should be . approve of the action of the Misso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 February 1917

"T- yfT-'-y '-aEjyr-f--" "Jj-f-"-- "" " THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MONDAY EVENKiO, FEBBUABY 12, 1917. FC Tire fv U COLUMBIA GIRL IN "EVERYWOMAN" CAST m&imSSSms " Bs v j--- ' SW ....jlk.. 1 . ; - -- -"1 Two Fires, 15 Minutes Apart, Cost $18. Two fires, separated by fifteen min utes and both caused by sparks com ing into contact with wooden shingles, furnished the fire department with work yesterday morning. The nnt call, about 11:40 o'clock, was to the home of Paul C. Lyda, 302 Waugh street. Fifteen minutes later the fire department was called to the home of John James. 714 "Weist street. It is estimated that the damage of the first fire was $3; that at the second amount ed to $10. for election to the office of City Collector, subject to tlie Democratic Primary, Feb ruary 2C. The Mlssourlau is authorized to an nounce Berry W. Jacobs, as a candidate for re-election to the office of City Collec tor, subject to the Democratic Primary, February 2G. The Missouri.!!! lj authorized to an nou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 12 February 1917

MBH Wff ' &$ -yj' !irf'"J lfSff?y'?''gy" ---mW ""-i"-" " V"" r- - -jit.--'- S"S-t-T"?( 'Vf TCs-r-. --5TrS f i f. Page Fomr ? -- THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MONDAT EYEXIXG, FEBBCA&Y 12, 1117. DEMOCRATS MUST RAISE $144 principal subjects during the coming vears. with the hoDe that the unlver- J. E. Boggs Wants Contributions for gitJ. may take tne place of tne great Missouri's Campaign Deficit. ' German chemical schools, to which Boone County Democrats will ocjAmerican stU(jents may no longer called upon to contribute $144 towards ( have access. meeting the $400,000 deficit of the g01I,e 0f the money to be appropri Democratic National Committee re-'ated tnj3 year wjh i,e use(j jn corn suiting from the expenditures in thejpjetjng the armoryf which is needed 191G national campaign. J. E. Boggs, ( for usc of tne iargest student cadet membei of the state committee from body Jn tne worid. The organizations the piphth district, has received this !,,1 ,,. f.,11 rnirlmnnto nt fnfantrv news f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 February 1917

T" (ps J8 ,FrT a .- " """ THE DAILY MISSOURIAN :i Sf- NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1917. NUMBER 139 y BBiBBiBiBinnBRiEiHBiBiBsscBnnHinnRBSinBMnBnniiHBHBanBqa X U, S. PORTS HY I IRW OF ALLIESL I tnreon "Opportunities for Women Senator Offers Resolution to'a" AssembIy AsSlSt DV Throwing Down ( pportunItIes In Asrlculture -r.- Neutral Bars. - WILSON FAVORS BILL Move Would Help Prevent, Violation of Sea Rights ! Without War. l:i Fulled Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 13. Senator Saulsbury this afternoon offered a i evolution to throw down the neutral bars and open all United States ports to Allied warships. This might enable this government, without a declara tion of war, to assist in preventing Wolation of the rights to the sea, by giving assistance to those at present engaged in combat over such viola tion. It is understod the Saulsbury reso lution has the complete approval of. President Wilson. j t (With Am- ' p 1 oiled Press BERNE, Switzerland la sador Gerard'...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 February 1917

m WiJJiW : JlM-''cfr7ZPss m$mmmm, -.-, f Vtf Tw THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, TUESDAY ETEXIXG, FEBBCABY 13, 191". JB&rS THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published ritrj crcntnK (exrrpt Saturday and Sonday) and Sunday morning by The Hluonrlan Atorla(lon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones; Business, SS: News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, J3.00: 3 months, $1.00; raootb, 35 cents: copy, 5 cents. Bj mall In Boone County: iear, $3:00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents Outside or Boone County: lear. $100, 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising rtcpresentJtires. Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Ilu 1 1ns, New York; Peoples !as Building, Cul-cago. After Pay-Up Week has ended, why not have a Keturn-What-You-Have-1 Sorrowed Week? The drive through Belgium was an 'system has advanced to the front rank. LEATHER 3IAY GO HIGHER STI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 February 1917

SPORT Tigers ICclurn Still I Mayors and city councils may come I eadlnj: Vallej Race. an(j g0 but tne c;ty f. remains the Thc Tigers returned j same. At least this is the case ln Co their invasion of Kansas and Nebras-, iumbi t ta. with Missouri still leading the ( ,. hov ncp Their record of three ' , ' ,. . Vallej rati.. i sevcntccnth consecutive year. During out of four wins on such a trip is re- j t.-i.t- i.-nnins. psneciallv on its . narfcam - ----- - own floor, was considered by many to . be unueaiauiet "" "- " - to Missouri and barely nosed out the i.. i, nthor Volirnskn had Tigers w,v- """- 1 not lost a Conference game on the( Lincoln iloor in two years, hut lost ( both games to Missouri on last Friday ami Satnrda night. .Missouri Still Ha" SI Ca:es to l'laj. Although Missouri is t the in lead i . nn val it hn now. six nam kuuigb mi j--. " played before claims for a Valley championship can he made. Of these .,., iho sories with the Jayhawkers h""" . , and the Aggies are of th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 February 1917

?.";&- ---.. . - - -- - - -v. ,-? . - -'-.- 423 f"5hh SWV" Pare Fear THE DAUT MSS0UKIA5. TUESDAY ETEMJfG, FEBRUARY IS, UK. ""jyW, - , -. -? 35;? a.j?'i'Jji'f!5C"rr "JSBc.' ; ".''ri'S?' wJMpplcj5!'CT":5J5yWS E" ;.-Ki-ff ?'''tSj!-,?,iyjr- '?' aJSS I ift: !K i HOTS LIKE AOTE.VTCBE .STOMES J-tyfQ MARRIED ATHLETES WORK FOR TIGER TEAMS Story-TelllBf Honr Help to DeTeiop Appreciation, Teacher Say. Every day at the Elementary School there is a story-telling hour tor all the pupils. Some days the storie are read and some days they are told. Other days they tell stories they haTe read at home. Howerer. there are when they tell original I I . OLITE KLIXE PLEASES AUDIENCE j -F0BTOE SMILES 0 3f. A. C." Teloped winning tearns. birth. JTusle Lovers S.on Appreciation t .WtUgu A&es EMger tor V. L. Bre 2 ta r IT Folk Soars iH Popalar Bdtal. ,r n Tk r- Mb. t ' . . . . accoacr tte ?aicaJ -,!. Folk SoBfs Ih Popalar Recital. (By JOHX H MUELLER) er to Take Up Dalles There. Froia JI. A. C Record. d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 February 1917

T'ST5 9 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1917. f NUMBER 140 " lsp?81 s,'A'wl?'":l?viyj?Jl,wi j ...... -! i 1 TEUTONS WOULD SI 10 TO TROUBLE Germany Seeks to Keep Americans Busy With I Home Affairs. BRITISH AT TAMPICO Troops Protect English In terests U. S. May Inter fere in Cuban Revolt. By I nited Press 'WASHINGTON'. Fob. 14 German influence was seen today in Cuban and Mexican troubles. As officially view- cd. it appears likely that Germany is stirrins up trouble there to keep the b l United States engaged in home affairs. so as not to interfere with German affairs on the ocean. 1 Evidently German pressure on Gen- , oral Carranza has already resulted in ! the landing of British troops at Tam-j pico to protect English interests In Mexico and keep the oil supply in-j tact lilt- VUUUU .-uuiuiuti "J s. 1 such that American interference may, become necessary, although as the re-, volt stands intervention is not con-' sidercd necessary. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 February 1917

'WV'TiJKWB Tas5r " - r-assr-. " if he; Ff Twt THE DAILY MISSOURI, WEPSESDAY ETEXISQ, FEBRUARY 14, 1917 THE DAILY MISSQURIAN nbllahed eYery erenln (except Saturday and Sunday) ana Sunday noramt j The MluoarUn Aiaoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia., Sfo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOORIAN Colambla, Missouri. Downstairs cvri 274. Office: Virginia Kuliaine. a i Phones: Business. 55; Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. United States. The South American press, especially that of Brazil, thinks that the whole southern hemisphere should join the great' republic of the north to put an end to ruthless sea warfare. Rrazil has a fleet of merchant steam- t ers that communicates with European nations, as well as with the United City: Year, $3.003 months, $i.oo: month, I stateSf am ner interest in this prob n, rin In Boone County: Year. $3:00; C , f the SUnmarine is large. The .. -. o MAntin On ponri. utslde of Boone County: Year. $1.00; 3 J rirazillan pr...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 February 1917

r -r!BIS"MpBE,?5ef?3ref!! TnE DAILY MISSOURIAN, 1TEDXES DAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, ittY SOCIETY NOTES Airs Franklin P. Johnson gave a small luncheon yesterday in honor of Mrs. Dan G. Stinc. The other guests were Mrs Guy L. Noyes, Mrs. M. P. Ravenel. Mrs. George Lefevre and Mrs Elliot Clark. The following girls will be initiated into the Pi Beta Phi sorority tonight: Misses. Cannc lamy, Frances Lewis, Mar.v Hill and Virginia Quarles of Kansas Cit, Esther Williams and Mary Edwards of St. Louis; Sarah Keith of Beaumont, Tex.; Olive Haw kins of St. Joseph, Katheline and Eu genic Flemming of Marshall. Frances Gray. Elizabeth Spencer, Mary Clark, and Helen Adair of Columbia. STEPHENS TO PLAY DRDRY HERE a Valentine reception was given this afternoon at Read Hall by the members of the Fortnightly Club. This was the time for a regular meeting, but it was changed to a social affair. Mrs. Walter Williams was in charge of the reception. Miss Frances Hunt will give a small card party tomorrow aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 February 1917

?TKe$gf'$igr-'"-?i-- -i- '3far . f.jmmmxrgainmy.'.' Hst3KMmiikh'mfi S-j.yBJHiTByi . 16- i f 1 I ft J Pa e Foet THE DA1LT MISSOCMAX, TTCDN'ESDAY EVENING, FEBBTJABY H, 1917 CITY AND CAMPUS j THEY SEND THE SAME OLD LOYE Mrs. M. N'auser went to Murray to day to visit her daughter, Mrs. M. weiss. I SPORT :' STUART WALKER TO TALK HERE Director of Portmanteau Theater TYill Speak on the Theater. - A letter to H. F. Carlton of the Eng- By winning Dotn oasKemaii games (1sh department of the University Valentine Bayers Find That Style, 'ot Sentiment, Is Changed. 'Roes are red, violets are blue, Sugar is sweet and so are yon." So still runs tne couplet on tne vai- ' " ueyuruuem ui me university i .. . .. i . . nf tup sprips rrom ine niters -nuuua o. . -n-.ti ..- .... . ., i entine oi ii. ine same senumemai . i irum omau namcr, wag win come C. G. Fisher went to Hallsv.ile this, and the game comfc Mrl "and Tuesday nights, the Jayhawkers , hore February 16 wlth hIs Portman. morn,ng- i we're receiv...

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