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UNIVERSITY MISSOTTRIAy. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1913.
BROADWAY AT TENTH
Saturday, September 27
e Style Event
J.I..... .J.MJ ,-J-
e have exerted every effort to produce at the he
low prices, suits that emhody every new feature
brought out for fall. That we have succeeded is ably
evidenced hy the hundreds of "exclusive" styles we
are now showing.
pSZEJ 15.40, $19.50 to $60.00
Columbia's Greatest Assemblage
Women's Fall Coats
It w ill be easy to find a stunning coat that suits you
here only you may find it hard to choose between
the many charming models. The new coat with
the fiat back panel, draped on either side, is a favorite.
two &.....$ 12.50 to $16.50
SivressSw.:..$20 to $50.00
Branham's is the Waist House of
Dancing, Dinner and Street Dresses.
Here you find only the New, Snappy Styles shown.
Pan Hellenic Delegates Drop!
Affair of Detained
Decision Reached After Miss
Aylesbury Gives her
The Pun Hellenic Council decided
esterday afternoon that the Kappa
Kappa Uaniuui Soroiity broke up Pan
Hellenic rules when its members de
tained Miss Helen Aylesbury for sev-!
oral hours time, which belonged to i
the Kappa Alpha Thetas and the Pi
This decision was reached after JIiss
Aleslntry had testified at a called
meeting of the Council.
The Pan Hellenic Council decided
that it should be regarded as a trian
gular sorority affair, and not a matter
to be dealt with by the Council. The
meeting was called for the special
purpose of considering the case.
Cut 40 off Your Fall
You students who have been
paying $25 to $30 or even more
for your clothes come to this fall
opening. See for yourself what
I WB J5
There are a hundred or
more varieties beckoning
to you from every smoke
shop but there is only one
" Distinctively Individual"
the purest and best of to
baccos delightful flavor
mild and satisfying!
Your college chum.
More Fatimas sold in 'his couitry than any other cigarette!
so hi: .sf.lf.cted .Missouri ir.
Graduate Student From Massachusetts
Here to Study Journalism.
The standing of the School of Jour
nalism of the University of Missouri
in the eastern States among newspa
per men and educators is the reason
gien by Fred D. Griggs, a graduate
of Massachusetts Agriculture College,
Massachusetts' only state school, for
coming to the University of Missouri
for graduate work in journalism and
"The Unhersity of Missouri was
first called to my attention a year ago,"
Mr. Griggs said this morning, "when
I was on the editorial staff of the
Springfield Republican. Mr. Samuel
LSowles, its editor, told me that he con
sidered the School of Journalism of
the Universitj the best school of its
kind in America today.
"Later an instructor in the journal
istic department of the Massachusetts
State Agricultuie School, after making
a tour of practically cery school of
journalism in the United States, rec
ommended to me the University of
Mr. Griggs while at the Massachu
setts Agricultural College was a mem
ber of its famous rifle team, which
held the intercollegiate championship
for three years. He was also an "M"
track man and president of the Stu
dent Senate. He is a member of the
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity
1 , v opportunity for two
bright students with some
txperitiice to work on Satur
day and some afternoons.
Mast he reliable. Apply
Globe Clothing Co.
Paynes Orchestr A
Composed of Uni ersity Students j
Music tor all occasions
W. L. PAYNE, Manager
Phone 299 Black 817 College
(THKEXCY TC SENATE OCT. 13.
TWENTY-FIVE OUT FOR TKACK
(Jood Material in the Squad, Aecord
inif to the Coaches.
About twenty-lie mon reported for
esterday's track workout under Guy
Kirksey, assistant track coach. A
squad of nearly the same size is
working on the cross country course,
directed by Rex Wickham, captain
of last year's cross country team.
The military requirement is keeping
many men from coming out, accord
ing to Mr. Kirksey, and the size of
both squads will be almost doubled
when the military department ex
cuses a number of track candidates.
"The prospects for this year's team
are only fair," said Mr. Kirksey this
morning. "Of last year's team only
three men have come out so far,
Thacher, Hutsell and Terry."
Howeer, the coach was enthusias
tic about the freshmen candidates.
Of two men in particular much is
expected. IJ. V. Xicdorp of St. Jo
seph is already a. star dash man and
has made a reputation in high school
circles as a performer in the short
distance events. Adam Miehlcarek
of nuftalo, X. Y., is another fresh
man who promises much. The half
mile run is his event.
Two meets which will be held this
fall will give the candidates a chance
to show the coaches what may be
expected of them net spring. In ad
dition to the annual fall interclass
meet the coaches are planning a blue
ribbon meet. Every man whose per
formance in his event in this meet
is up to a certain standard will win
a blue ribbon.
AT ('. II. S. 122 STUDENTS
Hi ai n Parlors Phone -
MISS LETHA RUSSELL
Shampooing. Manicurinc. Hair diefsinc
Scalp and Facial Massace
Rooms J07-8 Exchance Bid. Columbia
.Senator Pomerenc Thinks Hunkincr
Committee Can Report Hill Then.
I'.j United ITes.
i WASHINGTON", Sept. 26. It was
, the optimistic prediction of Senator
Pomercne today that is is quite possi
ble that the Banking Committee will
be able to report the Currency Bill
to the Senate by October 15. The del
egation of Massachusetts bankers was
today given a hearing by the banking
will buy in our store. Exactly the
style and quality as the other stores
put out at almost double the price
Everyone wearing Knox clothes
knows they are the biggest value
ever put out in Columbia.
You are taking no chance. If the suit
we make for you don't satisfy you, you
won't he expected to take it and you
won't he a penny out.
Can anything be fairer than this?
All we ask is a fair trial to please YOU.
The School 'ow Has, Largest Enroll
ment in Its History.
The enrollment at the Columbia
High School is 422. The largest en
rollment before this year was 375.
A course in chorus is given for credit
in the high school now for the first
time. Kelly Alexander is teaching the
course. About fifty students are now
taking it. Credit is now allowed for
gjmnasium work for the first time
in the Columbia High School. Both of
these courses are open to both boys j
ana gins, anu each may be credited
for one-half unit toward graduation.
The room you want may be listed
among the classified ads today.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
H. HOFFENBERG, MANAGER
The Man Who Knows How To Handle The Tape.
Student activity tickets admit you to every intercollegiate
athletic contest on Rollins Field. Remember that the Kan
sas game will be here. The ticket saves you $13.30 a year.
Get ticket now to see the game tomorrow. The price
will always be
Football games alone will cost more than the tickets for the
entire school year. The Missouri home
Sept. 27. Freshmen ... . 35c
Oct. 1. Freshmen 35c
Oct. 4. Drury College .... 50c
Oct. 15. Freshmen ... . 35c
Oct. 18. OKLAHOMA . 1.00
Nov. 1. Rolla 75c
Nov. 8. DRAKE 1.00
Nov. 22. KANSAS 1.00
Basketball (8 games) . . . 4.00
Baseball (10 games) . . . 5.00
Track meets (3) . 1-50
Tennis, cross-country, debating and others . 2.50
Tiger followers can purchase tickets at the Co-Op, The Mis
souri Store, Pe?ins Pharmacy, The Drug Shop, The Columbia
Drug Company y or at the Gate before tomorrow's game.