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PNIYEB8ITY MSSOUBIAK. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1911.
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Suits Pressed for
Steam and chemical
cleaning done by us
Tailor and Cleaner
Phone 481 27 N. 9th St.
REMEMBER to RESERVE
Your Seats Saturday for the
UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM, JUNE 3rd
Tickets on sale 9:00 a. m. Saturday,
May 30, Co-Op. and Allen's. Re
served seats downstairs, $1 ; general
admission to gallery, 50 cents.
PHr Mu Alpha
We received by express a large
assortment of the Johnston's
Chocolates. They are fresh from
the factory and will be just what
jou n ant. In all size boxes.
DR. YOUMJ MEMORIAL SPEAKER
Hap! N t Church .Minister to Talk at
Peroration Day Smlces.
Memorial Day will be celebrated at
3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon near
the arbor at the cemetery. The Com
mercial Club has arranged for a plat
form and chairs.
The Rev. T. W. Young or the Baptist
Church will deliver the principal ad
dress and Kelley Alexander will have
charge of the music. The decoration
of the graves will follow- these services.
County Teachers' Kvams June 5 and 6.
The regular Boone County teachers'
examinations will be held in the Co
lumbia High School June 5 and C.
There will be no change in the sched
ule. Teachers from other 'counties
should secure receipt and number be
fore attempting to take these examinations.
('ate a Rust of Shakespeare.
The Senior Class of the University
High School presented to the School
a bust of Shakespeare, as a memorial
of the class. C. W. Iaughlin, presi
dent of tlie class, made the presenta
tion address Tuesday morning at the
regular assembly exercises.
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Rose Finish .Medallion
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Every patriotic citizen of Missouri will want one of these
Watch Charms. It stands for his state pride and loyalty.
Every detail of this State Seal is brought out by heavy
embossing. Rich, lustrous, rose finish. Ready to attach to
watch-fob or chain.! A splendid example of i the jeweler's
art an elegant, dignified, ornate decoration of symbolic
value, that will appeal tojevery citizen of Athis State and
induce him to try Tuxedo.
That is the object of this remarkable offer the reason"
we have gladly gone to considerable trouble and .expense
to have this State Seal Medallion nroduced for us from
know from experience that the majority of menwho try
iTuxedo become permanent smokers of this superbly, mild, delightful, healthful.tobacco.
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In Glass Humidors
50c and 90c
The handy 5c Cloth Touch of Tuxedo fits snugly in the
vest pocket, and keeps the tobacco fresh and delicious by its
inner wrapping of moisture-proof paper. Especially popular
with smokers who make their own fragrant Burley cigarettes
This Free "State Seal" Watch Charm
is offered by the enterprising merchants
whose names appear below. Their supply
of Watch Charms is limited and they cannot obtain more
so call on the nearest of these up-to-date dealers right
away. Get a 5c pouch of TUXEDO and ask for the'State
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THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
The Palms Peck Drug Co. Kolumbia Kandy Kitchen
Prather Drug Co. Columbia Drug Co. Henry Wise, Grocer
M. U. ALUMNI TO HARVARD
SeTen Win Scholarships for 1014-1915
Harvard Unhersity announces the
following scholarships and appoint
ments for 1914-1915, to candidates
from the Unhersity of Missouri.
L. R. Ford. '11; B. C. Weakley, '12;
E. L. Harrington, '11; J. R. Moore. '10;
G. P. Comer, '12; G. W. Rutherford.
13, and C. C.- Cross, '14.
Mr. Ford's apointment is a Freder
icn Sheldon traveling fellowship of
$1,000, Mr. Weakley's the South End
House fellowship of $600, Mr. Harring
ton's, Mr. Moore's and Mr. Comer's are
Austin scholarships for teachers on
leave of absence, Mr. Rutherford's and
Mr. Cross's are unhersity scholar
ships. Mr. Cross's appointment is in
the class of university scholarships
specially reserved for seniors of high
standing in American colleges.
ENGINEERS AT ANNUAL BINQUET
Student Branch of American Mechani
cal Society Hears Speeches.
The student branch of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers held
its second annual banquet in the me
chanical design room of the Engineer
ing Building last night.
Prof. H. Wade Hibbard was toast
master. Prof. E. A. Fessenden talked
on "The Future Female Engineer."
Pror. J. H. Billings told of the advan
tages of studjing machine design in
Europe, where he will go next jear to
study. F. I. Kempp, a member of last
ear's class in mechanical engineering,
told of some experiences as a sales
man. Short talks were made by L. L.
Leac and F. A. Burg.
C . Beats and Robert MeClaughery
gae seeral duets on the mandolin
and flute. About thirty members at
tended the banquet.
(JOLF TOURNAMENT BEGINS
Patent and Dull Kid with Black cov
ered Ruckle and Louise heel. AA to C
Patent, Dull Kid, Blk Satin, and white
Buck, Light weight and flexible sole.
First Round Played and Finals to Be
Completed Next Week.
The annual golf tournament for the
championship of the University started
Tuesday. This tournament is an elim
ination affair. The winner gets a cup
and the title of University champion.
The runner-up also will receive a cup.
The first round was completed yes
terday. The second round must be
completed by Friday, the third by Sat
urday, the semi-finals by Tuesday and
the finals by Thursday of next week.
Eighteen holes are to be plajed in the
qualifying rounds and thirtj-slx in the
finals. The pairings are posted on
the golf links.
Peterson, Wiggans, Bate, Wetstein,
White, Trenholme, Scott, Edson, Hogg,
Reeder, Jones and Burrow es compose
the libt of entries.
Patent, Gun .Hetal and Blk Satin.
SENIOR PICTURE SUNDVY
Baccalaureate Sermon Will Follow in
A picture of the seniors will be taken
in front of the mounds at 10:15 o'clock
Sunday morning. All seniors are ex
pected to be there In cap and gown.
The picture will be taken by a St
Louis photographer, G. E. Palfrey, who
took the class picture in 1910.
The baccalaureate sermon will be
given at 11 o'clock in the Auditorium
At 9 o'clock Sunday morning the
senior memorial committee will meet
on the north steps of Academic Hall.
George C. Willson and John F.
Rhodes will talk to the class a few
minutes on Thursday after the diplo
mas have been given out.
Slohogany Tan and Gun Metal light
Weight for Summer Wear.
Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE SOON
Will Mxel l lake Geneva Programs
The Young ien's Christian Associa
tion w ill hold Hi annual student con
ference for the joflftS men in the col
leges or Indiana, llfiuoi's, Wisconsin.
Missouri, Iowa. Minnesota. Michigan
and North Dakota at Lake qenea.
Wis.. June 1 to 21.
A booklet containing a full program
of the conference and general informa
tion concerning the subjects that will
be discussed and tb men who will dis
cuss them has been issued.
TAYLOR IS BASEBALL CAPTAIN'
Utility Ma This Year Likely to Var
slty Pitcher Next.
George D. Taj lor or Camden. Mo.,
will capUln the Tiger baseball team
next year. This year was his first on
the team, but he will probably be a
regular Varsity- pitcher next season.
He pitched for the freshman team
last year and played utility riles on
the Varsity this year. He Is a mem
ber of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
ChrMia Gradnates to Ghe Mnslcal.
The graduates in music of Christian
Colleee. assisted by members of Mr.
Barton's ensemble class, will give a re
cital in the college auditorium at 8:15
o'clock Saturday evening. The public
Phone 144 for a "taxi" and your call
will be answered promptly. Clean cars
and courtesy to our patrons are our
watch words. Clinkscales Garage.
Gun Metal and Yici Kid.
Nut Brown and Tan Shade and Gaa
This Store issues you
a fit in the style you
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