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UHimsmr mssousuir, wedxesday, xoyember s, 1912.
The Next Vice-President
Hiwouri Sloifc1Iltfwri SlorelUwouri Sit
Kansas Rooters sign tip here for seals.
Thursday, Nov 7
Mort H. Singer presents his
latest and greatest mus
ical comedy, '
-A MODERN EVE"
Direct from its run of one
half year at the Garrick Thea
Company of sixty;
Twenty song hits.
The famous modern
Prices: 50c, 75, $1, $1.50
Seats on sale, Tuesday, 5th.
Have You Tried
our Swiss Milk Choco
We made the first
original swiss chocolate
that students ever found
and a "cap" of
whipped cream on each
sundae makes them
next time you or
der try one of them.
you'll like it.
It's a step from thm Campus
that are better
All those who like good
chocolates will be delight
ed with our home-made
Milk filled Chocolates, choc
olate Almonds, chocolate
Carmels. You'll find them
better than the ordinary
This candy is made right here
in onr own kitchen of the very
heat material. Yon get it Irenh.
while it has all the goodness oi
newly made candy.
The College Inn
016 It road way.
Columbia Kandy Kitchen
8th and Walnut.
day or night. We'll be there.
Phone 315. W. R. Houck
PHONE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
M E. N
Eat some of Mother's cooking at the
Jefferson Club$3.50 (,,
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WILSOX CAKKIES STEPHENS
While Teddy is Sliot at College Holi
Wilson also won in a spirited elec
tion held yesterday at Stephens Col
lege with a vote of CI to Roosevelt's ?
and Taft's 3. Yesterday was a holi
day at Stephens.
The excitement began at breakfast
when the Democrats appeared in col
lege caps, nose glasses and donkey
emblems. The Progressives were
dressed in Rough Rider style. Both
parties had the building
with posters. Only the
banners remain today.
Teddy arrived about 9:30 o'clock in
the "gym", where the girls had as
sembled to vote. He was imperson
ated by Miss Virginia Hudson, who
while making a speech on progress
was shot twice by a masked assassin,
Miss Crawford. The assassin escaped
in the excitement that followed. Prof.
Basil Gauntlett attempted a speech
for the Progressives but was inter
rupted by the entrance of Woodrow
Wilson who was immediately lifted
to the shoulders of his many support
ers and carried around the gym. Miss
Alice Wilhite wore the Wilson make
up. Miss Monta Pitts and Miss Pearl
Cook were in charge of the election.
Following the election the Academs
defeated the Juniors 17 to 7 In a
basketball game. The line up was as
Juniors Forwards. F. Conkling,
Capt., S. Smith, E. Williams; Guards,
X. Friar, G. Goodrich, A. Laudermilk;
Center, L. Brown: Side Center, G.
Campbell, E. Smith, A. Mayer.
Academs Forwards J. Hulett.
Capt.. E. Huber; Guards, M. Barr, W.
Duncan; Center, M. Bedford; Side
Center, R. Riffle, J. Murry.
The election day closed with the
girls making candy after lunch in the
domestic science room. P. C.
C. H. S. DEFEATS I. X. L. CLUB
High School Wins an Easy Victory
Over Team for Second Time.
The Columbia High School for a
second time defeated the I. X. L. Club
at football yesterday. The score was
31 to 0. Mud and water greatly in
terfered with the playing. Next Sat
urday the high school will play the
Missouri Military Academy of Mex
ico. The teams lined up yesterday as
follows: High school Church, cen
ter; Kistler and Schwabe, ends; Gar
nett and Bradley, tackles; Henderson,
Phillips, Bowman and Coleman,
guards; Schooler, quarter-back; Scur
lock. right half back; Miller, left hah
back; Evans, captain, full back.
I. X. L. Club V. Garnett, center:
Smoke and J. T. Glbbs, guards:
Howell and Cooke, tackles; Keller
and Matthews, ends; McDonald, cap
tain, quarter back; Bailey, full back:
W. Gibbs. right half back; Windsor,
left half back.
Six at Read Hall for Nebraska Game.
Miss Lila Dalton, Miss Iva Thomas
Miss Louise Field and Miss Eva Brcn
dell of the class of 1912, and Miss
Ruth Babcock and Miss Grace Du-
th m;r tjp3 Hnn.ter- Miss Kathryn Gentry, departed
girls who came back Saturday and
Sunday for a reunion and to see the
Missouri-Nebraska football game.
Phone 61, Cab and Transfer Co. (ad
Brief Local News
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Crago departea
this morning for Fulton to visit Mrs.
Crago's sister-in-law, Mrs. Fannie
Speece, who is ill.
Mrs. J. R. Caudry, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Austin Welch,
departed this morning for her home
Mrs. Val Xalty departed this morn-
ing for Kansas City to visit for a few
, days. Mr. Xalty is there on business.
Mrs. Ida Thornton, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. L .Wai
son, for the last two months, departed
this morning for her home in Hunts
Mrs. George Meinershagen and her
mother, .Mrs. H. Schlomann, departed
; for their home in Higginsville, Mo.,
this morning, after a week's visit with
.Miss Mary Paxton, who has been
visiting at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house for the last few days, departed
this morning for her home in Clark.
Miss Henrietta Watkins, who has
been visiting here for the last feu
days, departed for her home In Rich
mond, Mo., this morning.
Mrs. Harry Markham, of Brook
field, Mo., who has Deen visiting her
son, Edmund Markham, a student In
the University, and Mrs. Laura Bos
worth, for the last few days, departed
this morning for her home.
Miss Ethel Edwards returned to her
home in Centralia this morning after
visiting relatives here since Sunday.
J. W. Bickett went to Centralia on
J. P. Gant departed this morning
for Mexico and other places on busi
ness. Miss S. Breslin of St. Louis, demon
strator for the Remington Typewriter
Company, who has been here for the
last two days on business, departea
(his morning for her home.
W. K. McCulloch of Buenos Ayres,
Argentine Republic, who has been
here for the last few days on busi
ness, departed this morning for San
Miss Louise Letts spent the week
end at her home in Sedalia.
The Kappa Kappa Gammas will b
at home to their town friends Friday
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Miss Frances Conkling of Kansas
City, a student in Stephens College,
was called home' this morning on ac
count of the serious illness of her
Mrs. M. K. Gentry and her daugn-
t'3 morning for their home in Kan-
sas uuy. .Miss uentry developed a
case of typhoid fever six weeks ago
shortly after coming to Columbia foi
a visit at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house. Since that time she has been
Short Course Books
At the regular prices and you get also a 5 per
cent Rebate with each purchase.
Craig Judging Live Stock.
Henry Feeds and Feeding. '
Lyons and Montgomery Grading Grains.
Plumb Types and Breeds of Farm Animals.
Roberts Rules of Order.
Van Slyke Testing Milk.
Eckles Dairy Cattle and Milk Production.
Doane Sheep Feeding arid Farm Management.
We have the Macmillan Pub. Co. Complete Agricultural Library.
Gymnasium Suits, Dairy Suits, all Note Books and Short Course
in the hospital here. Her mother has
been in Columbia during .Miss Gen
Mrs. W. M. Bunch and Miss Sadie
Bunch of Brookfield are visiting Miss
Derbies as Seniors' Headgear.
Chapel services at William Jewell
College were disturbed by a parade in
which the seniors and freshmen took
part. Each senior marched into
chapel with a brand new shining ' I
derby on his head, a can under his
arm and a freshman on either side of
him. Each freshman wore a white
sweater with "1G" in blue figures on
it, and a cap of verdant green. The
procession marched twice around the
room, after which the two classes took
their seats and gave their yells. The
seniors are going to continue the cus
tom of using the derby as an exclu
sive senior headgear. The freshmen
will wear their green caps on the
campus, except Sundays, until April.
Central Gets Rockefeller Gift.
President W. A. Webb of Central
College has received unofficial news of
the gift of $70,000 from the general
education board established by John l
D. Rockefeller. Central must raise an j
additional $23,000. Among other col
leges receiving gifts are Baker Univer
sity at Baldwin, Kan., $125,000; the
University of Denver, and Mississippi
College at Clinton, Miss., each $100,000.
Club Luncheon Tomorrow.
The Commercial Club will hold its
weekly luncheon tomorrow, but has
made no arrangement for speakers.
Ninety co-eds have enrolled in the
girls' swimming class at the Univer
sity of Nebraska. The instructor will
have two assistants who will conduct
classes every Thursday.
Officii! 56 G)m4. Cirtt $1.50. shim in
petal Clan Colon. 75c. Shon. leather,
rubber sole S!-0u. Catalo 9S0KU lor
KANSAS CITY. MO-
Setter than home coo&ing
A Faat Dependable Train
to OKLAHOMA and
It's as fine a3 anything that runs
on wheels coaches, cha:r cars, electric-lighted
pulmans, and aininjj
cars under the direct management
of the railway. It don't depend on
connecting railroads; it runs via
Fcr ticket, rates mod time tables.
n-t railruad aent, or adjreu
W S St. GEORGE.
GMra! Patsenter Accnt
ou Low, uo. 457
Just Off the Campus on Ninth.
This University runs this board
ing club for YOUR benefit.
Why not try it?
There are no profits the aim is to give
the students the best board possible at
actual cost. Total cost a week, $2.50.
UNIVERSITY DINING CLUB
Jewelry with a Meaning
We have them on watch fobs,
buttons, studs, pins of all kinds.
Right on your way dozen town 9 South Xinth
drop in next time you go by and look them over.
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A Choicp Bit in the Tattler
Everyone enjoys the college paper and a
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MRS. CHARTERS ITS LEADER
Y. XV. C. A. Meeting Will Take Up
uins- ueiigions Problems.
( Mrs. W. W. Charters is to have
charge of the regularly weekly meet-
ing of the V. W. c. A., at 4:2n nvwi.
tomorrow afternoon. Her subject will
be "How Can the University Woman
Reconcile Her Education With Her
Mrs. Charters has been making a
special study of the question In con
nection with a Bible study class she
is conducting on Sunday mornlB
The class is considering mode
moral and religious problenw
young women. .Mrs. Charters i W
self a college woman, having a Fb-B
from the University of Chicago.
Jnnlor Academs to Meet.
A meeting of the juniors in the Cl
lege of Arts and Science hai oJ
ternoon in Room 44 Academic HJ1
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