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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 March 1917

THE DULY 3O8S0riIA!ft TCTSPAY EYOBre, XAJtCH , 1M7. Pace Tire " w. r. t. r. would aid red cross Prepare- for Relief Work In Case of War. The V C. T. U. is taking steps to extend its field of activity to aid the Hed Cross Society in case the United States is drawn into war. An appeal from the Missouri president was read before a meeting of the local branch of the organizaton yesterday after noon. In which it was urged that ev ery V. C. T. U. society in the state should prepare for relief work that may become necessary in the event of war. The regular W. C. T. U. suffrage program was given. Papers on va rious phases of woman suffrage were read by Mrs. W. B. Xowell, Sr., Mrs. E. B. McDonnell, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. J V. Alexander. The society is planning to hold weekly meetings in each ward. An entertainment program was discussed TIGER ATHLETES OUTFITS COST $11,000 ANNUALLY In a room at Rothwell Gymnasium next to the office of H. F. Schulte are piles of old football suits and track tiutfi...

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. — 6 March 1917

i . r- & I Page Feu THE DAILY MIS80UW1N, TUESDAY ETENDfO, MARCH 6, 1911. AT THE ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY CONCERT 5j$- 50LO CELLIST ' lt Xjj4S By , ue MINI Vt,v17fc.: V b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"bbt b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"b"B v rBBBBBBB& B &' srHueo olk . a ,j: . . -Mii 2L&N 0LD FAVORITE - EVENiMA,ZACSKtK's ever more virtuosity, but was render ed with apparent ease. Wagner in all his unsurpassed dig nity was very much in evidence, occu pying the whole of the second half of the program. It was probably dif ficult for the audience to conceive of an extended Wagner group without the "Tannhauser" overture. However, the arrangement was DOLLAR SCHOOL LEVY PROPOSED Board of Education Will Submit Mat ter to Vote April 6. The usual proposition of increasing the tax levy to $1 for school purposes was discussed by the Board of Educa tion at its meeting last night. It was decided to submit the question to the i -.,A,A.a nn Anrll ft Turn haw mpmhprs well bal...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 March 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1917. NUMBER 158 y u TO IKE BIG FIGHT againsti i STONE Senator's Own Party Will Oppose His Re-election to Chairmanship. HITCHCOCK IN LINE Next in Rank on Foreign Re lations Committee May Be Chosen Successor. By United Press WASHINGTON'. March 7. A bitter fight against the re-election of Sen ator William J. Stone to the chair manship of the Foreign Relations Committee will be made by members of his own party, despite the. hereto fore inviolable seniority rule that has prevailed in such matters. One of the most prominent senators agitating the action was a leader in the fight to pass the armed neutrality measure, and is the authority for this Informa tion. However, the fight has not yet begun, according to this member. The new Senate cannot proceed to work until new committees have been appointed. The Democrats still main tain the majority for the controling of the Senate organization. Senator Hitchcock, w...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 March 1917

Pure Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, WEDXE8 DA3T EVEJFIXG, 3TAECH 7, 1817. fc t Kf THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published rrtrr creator (except Saturday and Bandar) and Sunday nornlnr bj"j tm Mitaonrun Association, lororporat ed, Colnmbla, Ho. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business. 53: News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year. $3X0: 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy. S cents. Bj mail in Iloone County: Year. $3:00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months. 00 cents. Outside of Boone Couuty: Year, $4 00; 3 months. $1.20; month. 40 cent RECOMMENDED FOR MARINES National Advertlsinz Representatives, Carnenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Build ing, New York; Peoples Gas Building. Chi. f caico.- 1,000 TO 1 The required 100 signatures. to pe tition the mayor and City Council for an ordinance submitting the mill-tax proposition to the votes for the erec tion and maintenance of a librar...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 March 1917

THE DAILT JOSSOUAX, WEPES PAT E TESTS 6, MABCg 7, 1M7. Fage The 1j tioas. Telephone ST6 or call at IS College . 'Hi Are. Q. UB-tt, , if -M SPORT Y Missouri's dream of a Valley Confer- eEce basketball championship faded 1 away and the Kansas Aggies became the official holders of the coveted hon- or for 191' lasl nisut "" " 6c" Vere defeated 32 to Z in the second game of the crucial series at Roth- k weji Gymnasium. ine uwicuuib itheering oi me iib .o.. .... mcked every aranaDie incn oi me Gymnasium and the wonderful rally of the Missouri quintet that put thenl jn the lead 20 to 13 at The end of the jmlf were no avail and the best op- portunity ever offered Missouri to come out victorious in the race for first p'Ace came t0 noJhinE- The Kansas Aggies came to Colum bia, after their double victory over -R-ashington on the Piker floor, tied with the Tigers in the Valley title race. The 26-22 Aggie victory over Missouri Monday night, -with the all imDOrtant victor' last night, gives tien ...

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. — 7 March 1917

iwwawaaadisfrMfr'WBCTrrer r: THE DAILY MISSOUWAK, WEDNESDAY ETBNPTG, MABCM 7, 1M7. PaireFrar r ' srf w ft COLUMBIANS HASTEN TO CROSS Seventy-Five Citizens Pledg ed to Membership in Re lief Organization. DUTIES ARE SEVERAL Local Chapter Would Have Civil as Well as Mili tary Obligations. ! Seventy-five citizens of Columbia have pledged themselves to become members of the' local chapter of the National Red Cross Society. Among these are G. H. Klinkerfuss, P. E. Sultzman, Glenn Johnson and W. J. Byran. students of the School of Med icine, who desire to do field service in case the United States is drawn into a defensive war. Dr. W. W. Elwang was appointed temporary chairman of the local chap ter yesterday at a meeting in the Commercial Club rooms. He has the power to appoint the committees. Members of the committee on the con stitution and by-laws are Mrs. Austin Welch, Mrs. John F. Murry and Dr. C. W. Green. The committee on the nominations of officers will be appoint ed later. Prof. J...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 March 1917

jL, -- - g it' - THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1917. NUMBER 159 - 1 3 'i CLOTUREAMENDMENT WOULD LIT DEBATE 33 Senators Will Be Neces- sarv to Filibuster Under Proposed Bill. BRYAN FAVORS MOVE Thinks Minority Legislation Obstructive Says Major ity Should Rule. By United Tress WASHINGTON. March S. The Sen ate nrerogative of limitless debate, the rule for 109 years, may pass into history within forty-eight hours, pos sibly sooner. This was indicated this afternoon when the senators, who blocked Wilson's plan for armed neu trality in the last hours of the Sixty fourth Congress, admitted that no means remained in their hands to fur ther hinder the passage of the rule. Senator Sherman of Illinois bitter ly denounced the President's state ment that it would be useless to call an extra session of Congress unless the Senate rules were amended. Sen ator Stone pledged support to the amendment, although he explained that he was bitterly opposed t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 March 1917

g ." - & Si HM im a - Page Two THE DAILY 3US8QEBIAK. THCBSD AY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1817. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PublUhed ertry erenlnff (except Saturday ad Sunday) aod Sunday morning by The MlnKourtan Association, Incorporat ed. Colombia, Mo. Address all communications to TUG DAILY MISSUURIAK Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Donnstalrs I'bones: Ituslnes1, K: News. 2T4. Entered at ttie iwstoffice, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. City: Vear. U: 3 montus. 51.00; moutb, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. . 7 mall in Uooue County: Year. $3:00: 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4 00; 3 months, tlJO: month. 40 cents National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., riftu Avenue Build ing, New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chicago. SIT TIGHT! "Patriotism. Service to the United States. Stand by the colors." The cry rings from coast to coast as the nation poises on the brink of war. Yet what is this patriotism? When a mere rumor reaches us ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 March 1917

la x i 'la Vv & S THE DAILY MISSOUMAX, THURSDAY EYEXIXG, MABCH 8, 1917, Stfftf ilapaix Khmtttevv A Larger Paid Circulation Than ALL the Other Foretra Otilles Published in Japan COMBINED i2.ifa iic!3-ii TOKYO. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY P. 1917. mr, V0irr" "! (GERMANS flr" The Japan Advertiser Price Tea Sen 18 BIG -MADE-IN-JAPAN" BANQUET rJLi.111 jr- AIMCinXViAil U111VJDAOXAI B. W. Fleisher. .Proprietor Editor Aodress: 18 Yamashila-cho. KyobasM-ku. Tokyo. Telephone 2570 Shimbashi. Yokohama Branch Officf.: 55 Mffln Street. Telephone 1649. RS MS ft X Missouri School of Journalism Makes Pro position That Gams Enthusiastic Sup port of Leading Men in This Country TO I'LAX JEFFERSOX BANQUET Democrats IVill Hold Annual Affair April 13; Gardner Will Speak. Definite plans for the third annual Jefferson Day banquet which will be held April 13. will be made Monday night by a committee of Democrats of this city. This committee will meet in the courthouse. The banquet will be held in the Vir ginia Gril...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 March 1917

ialUJWWfalS3BEaaaiaiiwajMJg r-" EV. fc t- a Page Few i - ii frHE DAHY MJSSOtJBIAN, IBDttSPAY EVEHINC, MABCH 8, 1117. SHACKLEFORD 1 ON SHIPfL STAND Offers Explanation, No Apol ogy, for Opposition to President's Measure. HE FEARS A CAESAR Says Congress, Not Execu tive, Should Have Author ity to Declare War. Congressman Doraey W. Shackle ford of the congressional district which includes Columbia, in face of opposition upon the part of his con stituents in this city and elsewhere, has no apologies to make for his stand against the passage of the President's armed ship hill and is firm in his be lief that the measure. If passed, would have been a violation both of the spirit and the letter of the Constitu tion. The following statement was issued to a correspondent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Tuesday by Congress man Shackleford as an explanation of his position and an affirmation of his convictions: "I hate not chanced my ipw on the Mil proposing to authorize the President to arm our m...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 March 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 'U NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1917. NUMBER 160 xc- TAX RECEIPTS SHOW $37,988MCREI1SE Revenues of Boone County Amount to $262,345.67 for the Year. 92.17 PER CENT PAID J. R. Jordan, Collector, Says Record Made Is Best in Six Reports. The Boone County tax collections for the year ending February 28 were $37,998.20 in excess of the last pre ceding period. County Collector J. K. Jordan, who made his returns to the County Court yesterday says that his collections this year were nearer 100 per cent of the possible receipts than in any other of his six years of service as collector of Boone County. The records show that 92.17 per cent of all taxes have been paid. This leaes only 7.S3 per cent out. Accord ing to Mr. Jordan this is a remarkably low percentage. The total collections were $262,345.67. Boone County has seldom been com pelled to bring suit for taxes, said .Mr. Jordan. The defendant has to stand the entire expense of the suit; cons...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 March 1917

HJJjjWWmeu WWH4 J J SfegyB . . Page Two THE DAILY 3QSSOURIAJf, FBIDAY EtESISC, MABCH 9, 1911. I'oblltbcd every cvenlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar mornlnr" fey The Mlnourlan Association, Incorporat ed. Columbia. Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia. Missouri Office: Virginia Bulldla?. Downstairs I'bones: Business, 63: News. 274. THE DAILY MISSOURIANhnLLTALKTSTO?f ALUMM President HID to jtttetf BaaflKt Jtinltj 0. Hadsctf TaastMasttrl The Missouri Alumtii Aseociatlon of New England will have a dinner March 23 at the Copley Square Hotel, Boston. President A- Ross Hill will address the meeting, and Prof. Man ley 0. Hudson, who is studying at Harvard University while on leave of absence for a j ear from the School of Law, will be toastmaster. About fifty graduates and former students of the University of Missouri are stu dents at Harvard or living in New England. They have written to H. H. Kinyon asking for Missouri songs. A. M. Levinson, A. B. '14,...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 March 1917

. THE TfXILX amgSOUSUy, fWDAX EVESiSG. MABCH 9, 1917. DEM MILLER TELLS DUTIES OP SCHOLAR He Must Serve Fellow-men as Well as Self, Speak er Says. TYPIFIES AN IDEAL Educators to Occupy Places of Growing Importance, Is Prediction. "The scholar must occupy a place r crnwiiie importance if this coun-1 honors in the Valley race. A victory in the second round with the Pikers tonight will give Missouri undisputed sannnil tinnnrc fnr 1017 finlv nnA nrR- j slbllity of Missouri dropping to third place remains, it the Tigers should lose tonight and Ames should win both of the games with Nebraska still on their schedule, the Iowa basketeers wouldchange places with lissouri. After a conference this morning be tween Coach Johnnfe Miller and the Washington officials, George Bryant, Tiger baseball star, was selected to referee the game tonight Bryant left on the noon train for St. Louis. The standing of the teams in the Conference race, after last night's Piker-Tiger game, is: Vocational Talk by ,M...

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 March 1917

? 5- Page Foar GAS BILLS ARE NOW 20 PERCENT LOWER Consumers Begin to Note Ef fect of Ruling of Public Service Commission. MINIMUM IS 75 CENTS Rates of $1.35 and $1.26 Re place Those of $1.75 and $1.60 Not Final. fias bills being latd in Columbia this month are about 20 per cent smaller than hose paid last month. The consumer is beginning to feel the effects of the recent lowering of rates. The minimum charge now is 73 cents. The rate for each 1,000 cubic feet where less than 10,000 cubic feet are used, is ?135; where more than 10, 000 cubic feet are used the rate is ?1.2G for each 1,000. These new rates went into effect February 1, as a re sult of the findings of the Public Ser vice Commission. The old rates were $1.75 and $1.50. The original proceedings to have the rates reduced were instituted against the Watts Engineering Com pany, the manufacturers, for gas used in Columbia in February, 1913. The Public Sen ice commission decided after a consideration of the evidence, that the o...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 March 1917

J3 THE MISSOURIAN DAILY si ri NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1917. TWELVE PAGES - NUMBER 161 r TEUTONS' STARVATION BTTEBf MONTHS Indications Are That Ger man Food and Money Resources Are Low. - TO FIRE ON U-BOATS U. S. Ships to Have Power to Turn Loose Guns on Submarines. By United Tress WASHINGTON. March 10. As America prepares to arm merchant men, peace may lurk beyond the hori- ZOIl. iniunuauuu iiuoocaacu uy uiu Government Indicates that Germany is now facing a most serious condition, resulting from the lack of food and fi nances. Starvation is a matter of months if the war lasts. Germany has drained the gold of the nation and is borrowing to the limits of its credit. Ships to Fire on U-Boats. By United Preys WASHINGTON, March. 10. Ameri-I can armed merchant ships will be em powered to fire on Teuton submarines on sight. The State Department made this clear today in declaring that neutral ships can presume there will be no visit and search by Ger man sub...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 March 1917

4 - Fuge Two THE DAILY MSSOIJBIAy. SUXliXY MOB5ISG; MA1CM 11, 1M7 it SAYS 110 NEEDS ANOTHERJAZ RULE Mrs. E. C. Moore, Widow of U. S. Consul General, Knew Former President. THERE THREE YEARS Columbia Woman Tells of Country's Degeneration in Last Administration. This is the belief of Mrs. E. C.,nT?lp s rjX.,,,, m-mih. tlon must be In the hands or Dean Walter Miller not later than December 21. 1917. Announcement of the award will le made at the Convocation at the openlnc of the second semester, January SO. 191S. The prize committee In charse of the competition, though not the Judces of the auard. conIts of Dean Walter Miller, Cli-ilrniin. and Professor A. II. R. Fair child and A. T. OInistend. They will le Clad to confer with prospective contest ants at any time. The flower of Mexico has gone driven out by the weeds and nettles of lawlessness and intrigue. The gentle folk of the Mexican capital are no more, and with them has gone the contentment of a once sunny peo ple. Only a second D...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 March 1917

3i J THE DAILY MISSOURI!, SUNDAY MQRMG, KAHCH 11, 1917. Vage Three SPRING STYLES AS SEEN IN THE COLUMBIA STORES r-r- e. i , -c ' . 'j SPRING CLOTHES OF REAL WORTH Thx ' s " I V raw a SSc- JK? h K l n v YS THE 'SPRING DANCE FIVE GIRLS IN ONE, RULE FOR 1917 DRESS DOES IT "By their fruits ye shall know them." says fashion when she pushes forward the evening, afternoon, sport, tailored and coated girls, of Spring 1917. The evening girl will be dressed in a draped costume of Georgette, taf feta or white net. Her spirt will be just" as full as it was last year, but a little longer. She invariably will have little sleeves in her dress, per haps mere scraps of thinnest chiffon, but nevertheless sleeves. The dress probably will be belted at the waist line or a little below. Her slippers will be of soft kid or satin, and plain or embroidered. The afternoon girl will be dressed in straighter lines, but still her dress will be loose and full. It probably will Tie slightly long waisted and may h...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 March 1917

Hi ft I. Est' , Page Foar KP holds meeting in s cWties I niij iii nnnTrpTrn THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, SUNDAY MOBNINO, MAKCH 11, 1917. Prof. Gromer Urges Fanners and Merchants to Co-operate. Prof. S. D. Gromer returned recent ly from a trip to Jasper, Green, and Phelps Counties, where he held meetings with the farmers and busi ness men in an effort to help them in co-operating with each other and meeting their problems. A short course was conducted in Jasper Coun ty. Professor Gromer reports that re lations between the farmer and busi ness man in that county are friendly and co-operative. The farmers of Green County are especially interest ed in forming local organizations un der the federal farm loan system. The meetings at Rolla and in the country near there were conducted rtiiefly to promote the plan for a county agent. Professor Gromer thinks that this district has a great future in agricul ture and that it will chiefly develop specialized farming and production of perishable product...

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

- Hmmmmimgsmmmmmmnm ??? rx&rx- ''S?"'!3JfSi pi Uf'IM ' &ra rs- v s t"uwgki -tjiijiiiBiiipii TIE DAILY 3OSS0UBU5, SUlfDAY MOMfPTG, M1SCB 11, 1117. Page FlTe "FfT'i' T-. - - .-X --- ... - y -?'"" - - . - sv s AT THE COLUMBIA SHOE FACTORY "V g , ,41 M 1 JjA QKarU L Ross RALLY LINGUISTS; WONDER, NOW, CAN YOU GET ALL THIS? Gather around, linguists. These translations rhyme all right. Do they say what the German says? They were thought meritorlus enough by the professor in chargeto submitted for publication. The students who made them are in their second semes ter of German. DAS BAECHLKIN' Da B.iechleln silberbell and klar, Du ellst vorueler imqierUar. " Am L'fer steb lch ulnn' und sinn'; Wo Vorarast du her? Wo gekst du him? Ich koram' aus dunkler Felsen Schoss, Jleln Lauf golit ueber Ilium uud Moss; Auf melnem Spiegel schwebt so mild Des blauen Hlmmels freundllch Blld. Drum hab' lch frohen Kfndefslnn; Es treibt slcb fort, welss nleht wobln. Der mlch peruTen aus dem Stein, " Der, ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 March 1917

Ht- v - r cw . r r- i- mm - 7 - . v - - , BBF: . -u.conrrnTiv emmtv wADVtVR M KUCtt 11. 1917. . Hf Pure Six AMIS DAlliX JtiaauuniAfl, avnu.xM. jwj.i.if ,-- ----- W INTHEGIRLS'REST ROOM IN ACADEMIC HALL f ZZTZ?ZL. Kt H7 JbIUBH jfiSafl jffj- j- "rT- " j occupied by Jim Brown, a negro, was W- - tl J5? f&&9& JidPlft? P " " "J5' slightly damaged by fire at 7:40 W m "rTl Tfcgii' "ffr L"i SyV I o'clock this morning when the roof K. TO-"f iFYaMalhw WBi 1lBBBta-ili f caught fire fronv a burning flue. f W lW ItttWmMM brbbrRbiJv& I ' ill a3yifflMry5faW ' tfflaBaBVialtfTy lP5iaW-.oMRHv i i riam? k . feaWyjraWafcHJ ' '' ' it ffizt rim 1 1- j iui i 1 1 j w m, i ppiawMmjiu ij M-j s-lj Suf ml ll f It f JCxWllf l O-B.rt.Erlitr 4 Bressuwg Room M.U. LIFE IN 67 BY SUPREME It. T. Railey, a justice of the su preme court of Missouri, was a stu dent in the University in '67. '68, '69 and '70. The University at that time had three buildings and seven profess ors. Broadway was the only paved ...

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