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3Iifcs Jliriam Glandon
For three years the University has
been without a "Dramatic Quad Club."
Several weeks ago three members of
the club which produced "The Hun
dred Dollar Bill," Kussel Richards,
A. G. Hinman and Walton Holmes de
cided to revive the organization. Mr.
Holmes was elected manager of the
new Quad Club and Bernard Hurwitz
was made assistant manager. The
club is planning to produce the "Col
lege Widow" about two weeks after
Thanksgiving, with 5Iiss Miriam G'.an
don as the leading lady.
The Wilson-Hughes race was not
closer nor more exciting than the
bridge tournament held Wednesday
night at the home of Mrs. Alex Martin
by the "Big Four" and the "Blue
Birds." The Big Four, Mrs. Kate
Conley, Mrs. Odon Guitar, Mrs. Turn
er Gordon and Mrs. Alex Martin, have
played bridge together once a week
for many years, and, as one member
said, naturally thought they could de
feat the B'.ue Birds who have practiced
for only six years. The "Blue Birds,"
Miss Eva Johnston, Miss Pearl Mitch
ell, Mrs. J. D. Lawson and Mrs. Wal
ter Miller, were not so sure of this,
and accepted the challenge. When the
scores were added it was discovered
that the "Blue Birds" had won by 365
honor of Mrs. Sidney Rollins. The
other guests will be Miss Margaret
Rollins, Miss Marjorie Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Brewer and Mr. Frank Rollins.
Mrs. J. C. Jones gave a tea Friday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. N. L. Taylor.
Mrs. C. B. Rollins will give a tea
from 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow after
noon for her guest, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell
of Danville, Ky.
Margaret Crew gave a five hundred
party yesterday afternoon at the home
of her parents on Hitt street. The
guests were: Sabra Niedermeyer,
Frances and Eleanor Brewer, Rose
mary Belcher, Roy Bright, -Queen
Smith, Sarah Catherine Tandy, Doro
thy Dorsey, Dorothy Logan, Virginia
fReed, Helen and Georgene Lewis and
Mrs. E. L. Mitchell gave a bridge
party Thursday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. H. B. Kline of Chicago. Mrs,
Kline was the guest of honor at a
luncheon on Friday given by Mrs. I.
0. Hockaday. The other guests were
Mrs. E. Sidney Stevens, Mrs. Guy L.
Noyes, Mrs. Berry McAllister, Mrs. J
P. McBaine, Mrs. Will Conley,. Mrs.
C. B. Miller, Mrs. C. C. Bowling, Mrs.
E. L. Mitchell and Miss Margaret Rollins.
Miss Margaret Rollins gave a tea
Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
J. C. Caldwell of Danville, Ky., who is
the guest of Mrs. C. B. Rollins.
Mrs. E. W. Stephens gave a lunch
eon Tuesday for Mrs. M. D. Hunton
of New York City, Mrs. H. B. Shaw of
Jefferson City, Mrs. Woodson Moss,
Mrs. F. R. Gray, Mrs. C. B. Rollins and
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell.
Mrs. H. M. Clayton and Miss .Flor
ence Clayton of Los Angeles, Cal., and
Mrs. J. S. Shropshire of Omaha, Neb.,
are the guests of Mrs. J. T. Mitchell.
Mrs. R. H. Gray gave a luncheon Wed
nesday for Mrs. H. M. Clayton, Miss
Clayton, Mrs. Shropshire, Mrs. J. T.
Mitchell, Mrs. C. W. Ross, Mrs. J. S.
Clayton, Miss Pearl Mitchell and her
guest, Mrs. N. L. Taylor of Kansas
Mrs. G. W. Ross gave a dinner par
ty last night at the Pi Beta Phi house
in honor of Mrs. X. L. Taylor. The
other guests were Miss Eva Johnston,
Miss Pearl Mitchell, Mrs. J. C. Jones,
Mrs. X. T. Gentry and Mrs. J. T.
Captain and Mrs. J. C. King will
give a dinner party Tuesday night in-
The Dorcas Club of the Christian
Church, which is composed of Univer
sity women, gave a party last night at
the church. About forty-two were
present. Japanese lanterns and blue
and white crepe paper formed the dec
orations. Ice cream and cake were
Miss Susie Smoke and Mrs. H. C.
McKee entertained four tables at
bridge yesterday afternoon.
Miss Eleanor Taylor gave a weiner
roast Tuesday night for the following:
Miss Elizabeth Sturges," Christine
Yeater, Elizabeth Xiedermeyer, Helen
Clark, Dorothy SIhler, Anne Ful
bright, Jessie Hill, Jean and Elizabeth
Bright; and H. B. Clark, Heyden
Campbell, Paul Morton, Leo Sanders,
Searcy Ridge, Eric Schroeder, H. L.
" We're as near asthenearest phone"
Let us refill your Fern Dish
es occasionally with suitable
combinations of the fine
little Ferns, Palms and Foli
age Plants which we carry
for that purpose.
1005 Bdwy. Phne '
Thompson, Bernard Anawalt, Doyle
Cotton and James Taylor.
The freshman members of the Sigma
Phi Epsilon fraternity will give a
dance at the Virginia Grill November
17 for the. active members. Prof, and
Mrs. D. P. Savant will be the chaperons.
The Phi Mu sorority will have as
dinner guests today, Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Furtney and Judge and Mrs. J. P.
William Taylor entertained the
members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon
fraternity with a dance last night at
his home on West Broadway. Mr. and
Mrs. John N. Taylor and Mrs. Louise
Truckenmiller were the chaperons.
Omega house. Misses Ethel Hamby
and Ruth Johnson of the Ch( Omega
sorority went to Bowling Green, Mo.,
to attend the wedding, last night, of
Miss Martha Kinsley and Kennlth
Kennon. Miss Kinsley Is a former
student of the University and a mem
ber of the Chi Omega sorority.
The St. Louis Club will give a dance
for Its members and friends' at the
.Virginia Grill, Friday night, Novem
ber 17. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Foster will
act as chaperons.
The Sigma Chi fraternity entertain
ed about forty couples with a dance
Friday night. The list of chaperons
were: Prof, and Mrs. W. G. Brown,
Mrs. S. M. Jordan, Miss Elizabeth Ran
some, Mrs. E. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Bass, Mrs. Claude Thomas, Mrs.
H. L. Mann and George Dorsey. Mrs.
H. L. Mann of Brunswick, Mo., 13 visit
ing her son, Harry Mann, a pledge to
the Sigma Chi fraternity
V. T. Wall of the University of Wis
consin is a week-end guest at the Del
ta Tau Delta house.
Miss Elizabeth Harris of Kansas
City, who has been visiting at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house for the last
two weeks, will return home this
week-end. Miss Pauline Clark of La
mar, Mo., is visiting her sister. Miss
Helen Clark, and Miss Maud Child of
Kansas City is visiting her niece. Miss
Kate Child at the Theta house.
Kenneth Kennon of Ladonia and
Miss Martha Kinsley of Bowling
Green, former students in the Univer
sity, were married last night at the
home of the bride. Mr. Kennon is
now practicing law at Laddonia. Miss
Nell Darnell, a student in the Univer
sity, attended the wedding.
Miss Mary Elllff gave a buffet dinner
Thursday night for the members of
the Delta Gamma sorority.
Prof, and Mrs. E. W. Muns and Prof,
and Mrs. L. M. Defoe were dinner
guests at the Alpha Phi house Thurs
About thirty-five couples were en
tertained at a matinee dance given by
the freshmen of the Beta. Theta PI fra
ternity in honor of the active members
yesterday afternoon. The chaperons
were Prof, and Mrs. George Lefevre,
Mr. and Mrs. I. 0. Hockaday, Mrs. Ella
D. Taylor and Miss Elizabeth Ran-some.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity has
announced a dance for Friday, Novem
Mrs. Samuel Ayers of Kansas City
is the guest of her nephew, Dell Smith,
at the Phi Gamma Delta house.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Schuette and Miss
Edith Schuette of St. Louis are visit
ing Miss Cora Schuette at the Chi
Lecture By Prof. Pommer Today.
Prof. W. H. Pommer will lecture at
3 o'clock this afternoon in the Archa
eological Museum on the third, floor of
Academic Hall on the Symphony Or
chestra and its program for the con
cert which is to be given at 8:15
o'clock Monday night in the Univer
Wear-Ever Aluminum Ware at New
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the Wireless Club Saturday night. He
also showed how navigators- ascertain
time without the aid of clocks.
Professor Baker to Wireless Club.
Prof. R. H. Baker of the astronomy
department of the University demon
strated at the, observatory, the man
ner in which time is determined with National Metal Weather Strip at
a transit instrument at a meeting of j Newman's. Adv.
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The Latest Records are
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You will receive your Student
and Faculty Directory.
It will contain 82 pages of names,
home addresses, Columbia address
es and telephone numbers of Uni
versity and College students and
Faculty members. This is 18 pages
more than last year's directory con
tained. Christian College this
year will have a four page section
and Stephens College a five page '
The cover will be in yellow and
If you have a four months paid
subscription to the Missourian at
25c a month you get a directory
FREE otherwise the book will
cost you 1. 00.
You can get a directory free by
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once. Phone 55 or call at the
Virginia Bldg. on South Ninth St.