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THE ETENIKG MISSODKIAX, TFEDKESPAY, KOTEMBEB S8, 1917.
Tomorrow They're All Coming Back
Columbia Welcomes Sons and Daughters of Old M. U. With a Feeling of Pride in the Many New
Features of Civic Development She Has to Show Them. She Is Better
Than Ever Able to Entertain.
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EXTENDS TO ALL
ATESTHE College Inn
WITH A FULL
LINE OF CAN
To the Old Graduate,
The Missouri and Kansas Rooters -:"
And to the Prospective Student ' '
DANIEL BOONE TAVERN
extends a hearty" welcome. Columbia's $175,000 hostlery was built partly that visitors to Mis
souri University might properly be entertained. A Special Assembly Dance Thursday Night.
THE DANIEL BOONE TAVERN
F. W. LEONARD, MANAGER
FRANK CLIFFORD !
Get Your Post Cards of the Game
After the Game Here
If the sun shines)
M" ROOTER CAPS
JANOUSEK'S ART SHOP
MEET ME AT THE
that box of
before you go
lb the game.
Felt and Leather'
HELP THE BOYS BEAT OLD K. U.
How ? Use a "Missouri Megaphone ' ' and
Drown Out the Jayhawk.
For seventeen years the CO-OP has been the
students' big buying place. Everything a
student needs, everything he wants at the
lowest possible price.-
U. or M. aeal
THE CO-OP STORE
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Our mail order department sends books, sta
tionery, souvenirs and army shoes all over the
world. You can't get outof the CO-OP's trade
territory and still hear from home.
BLEND YOUR ROOTING
WITH THE TIGER COLORS
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