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SUXDAY 3rOR'IXG MISSOUBIAy, SEPTE3IBER 16, 1917.
SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
BEGINS ITS TENTH YEAR
The School of Journalism of the
University of Missouri, the oldest
school of Journalism in the world,
which begins in September its tenth
year, has graduated 149 29 women
and 120 men. Of the graduates 129,
or more than S5 per cent, are engaged
in some phase of journalism. Exclud
ing the young women who have given
up journalism for housekeeping, the
percentage is more than 90. The po
sitions held range from reporter to
managing editor, from advertising so
licitor to publisher, from teacher in
news-writing in high school to pro
fessor of journalism in university.
About an equal number are in rural
and in metropolitan journalism.
Thirty men more man 25 per cent
are enlisted as volunteers in some
branch of the United States army or
navy." One is with the Canadian Ex
peditionary Forces in France. One
graduate, Joseph E. Chasnoff, is dead.
The graduating classes increased
in membership from one, the first
class, in 1909, to 3S, the latest, in
1917. The classes numbered, '09, 1;
'10, C; '11, 10; '12, 10; '13, 22; '14, 19;
'13, 19; '1C, 19; '17, 38.
The graduates are located in 23
states and territories and six foreign
countries: Missouri, Pennsylvania,
Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, Ala
bama, Texas, Colorado, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Washington. Michigan,
Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Nebraska,
New York, California. Virginia. South
Dakota. New Mexico, Idaho, Wiscon
sin, and Hawaii, Japan. France, Cana
da. England, China and Brazil.
The names of the graduates follow:
Armstrong, Amy (Mrs. Guy It. La
Coste). 1913 advertising manager.
Walker Bros. Dry Goods Co., Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Arnold, Charles, 1909 assistant
professor of journalism, Unhersity of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Babb. Glenn, 1915 formerly on
staff of Japan Advertiser, Tokio, now
candidate for officers' training camp.
Baker, Gladys, 1917 advertising
staff. Gazette, Cedar Rapids, la.
Bandy, Russell M. Jr., 1913 former
assistant manager, Chicago branch.
Merchants' Trade Journal, now in
Baskett. Edgar Sebree. 1913 farm
er, Fayette, Mo.
Bayley, Ernest Robert, 1917 sec
ond lieutenant. Fort Riley, Kan.
Beck, Virgil S., 1917 American
Ambulance .Service, France.
Beeler, Maxwell Newton, 1914 ag
ricultural editor. University of Mis
souri, Columbia, Mo.
Bennett, Harry Cline, 1917 em
ployed in business office. University
of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
Bennett, Roy C, 1914 city editor.
Evening Journal, Gadsden, Ala.
Blrdsong, Henry Ellis, 1913 in
structor in journalism, State Normal
School, Emporia, Kan.
Briggs, Frank Parks, 1915 editor
and owner. Daily Times, Trenton, Mo.
Brown, Buford O., 1912 editor. Rec
ord, Vernon, Tex.
Brown, Claude Adolphus, 1911 ed
itor, Times, El Paso, Tex.
Brown, J. Harrison, 1914 advertis
ing manager. El Paso County Demo
crat, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Bryant, Vaughn, 1911 instructor in
journalism. University of Texas, Aus
Carpenter, Owen Griffith, 1915 as
sistant to advertising manager. Tele
phony Publishing Co. and Golfers'
Catron, Frank Fletcher, 1915 law-,
yer, Kansas City, Mo.
Chasnoff, Joseph Edwin, 1911 de
ceased. Christmas, Earl, 1915 reporter,
Pioneer-Press, St. Paul, Minn.
Colbert, Merschel Myers, 1913 cap
tain, U. S. Army. Fort Sheridan, 111.
Collins, DeWitt Clinton, 191G Am
bulance Field Service, France.
Daggy, J. Gentry, 1917 sport editor,
News-Herald, Joplin, Mo.
Davis, Dean William, 191C Officers'
Training Camp, Fort Riley, Kan.
Dunn, Clara Rogers, 1916 reporter.
News. Hattiesburg, Miss.
Doughty, Glenn H., 191G manager,
Los Angeles office. Retail Credit Com
pany. DeLashmutt, Harry Algern, 1915
Officers' Training Camp, Fort Snell
Ellard, Roscoe Cuffe Brabazon, 1917
Officers' Training Camp, Fort Riley,
Elliott. Clarence Milton, 1914
manager service department and as
sistant in sales department, Reid
Press, Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario, Can
ada. Evans, Anne Shannon, 191C em
ployed in the Travelers' Aid of the
Young Women's Christian Association,
Fahrner, Leslie, 1917 city editor.
Messenger, Fort Dodge, la.
Felgate, Edward, 1912 publisher,
Jeffersonian, Higginsville, Mo.
Felkcr, Carl T., 1916 aviation serv
ice. Ferguson, Donald, 1915 editorial
writer. Tribune, Sioux City, la.
Fitzgerald. Nelle R.. 1916 reporter.
Times, St. Louis, Mo.
Foley, Mary Ellen, 1913 society
editor. Herald, Duluth, Minn.
Forshey, C. Guy, 1917 copy editor,
Phoenix, Muskogee, Okla.
Friedel, Morris, 1914 advertising
department. Spectator, Terre Haute,
Fry, Horace Luther, 1914 reporter,
Banner, Bucklin, Kan.
Gibson, J. Blaine, 1916 advertising
manager. Courier, Fort Collins, Colo.
Gingrich, Oliver Newton, 1914 ad
vertising manager, Tribune-Monitor,
Fort Scott, Kan.
Goldberg, Charles F., 1917 repor
ter, Baltimore American.
Gould, Robin Patterson. 1910 cler
gyman, Jameson, Mo.
Groves, J. L. Jr., 1917 business
manager. Daily Missourian, Columbia,
Hall, William Earl, 1913 manager.
People's Defender, West Union, O.
Harrison, Fred Melvin, 1912 pub
lisher. North Missourian, Gallatin,
Harte, Houston, 1915 publisher.
Central Missouri Republican, Boon
Harvey, Charles A., 1912 farmer,
Hicklin, Maurice, 1913 captain, U.
S. Army, Fort Riley, Kan.
Hinman, Albert G., 1917 advertis
ing, Oshkosh, Wis.
Hood, Livy Gerald, 191C copy
reader, St. Paul Pioneer-Press.
Howard, Sanford A., 1913 Slater,
Hudson, Thomas Stewart, 1915 re
porter, Kansas City Star.
Hughes, Paul J.. 1917 associate
editor. Advertiser, Boonville, Mo.
Hutto, Jasper C, 1911 professor of
journalism, Howard College, Birming
Hyde, Ira Barnes, Jr., 1917 Ambu
lance Field Service, France.
Jones, Ellis H., 1917 reporter.
News, Omaha, Neb.
Kane, Charles E., 1915 Ambulance
Field Service, France.
Keller, Fred, 1915 Southwestern
Fellow. New York University, 1917-1S.
Kenton, G. V., 1910 assistant man
aging editor, St. Louis Star.
King. Frank H., 1917 on staff of
Japan Advertiser, Tokio.
Kinyon, Henry H., 1912 University
Publisher and editor, Missouri Alum
nus, University of Missouri, Columbia,
Kline, Benjamin G., 1917 Ambu
lance Field Service, France.
LaTurno, Florence (Mrs. Duval
Smith), 1912 St. Joseph, Mo.
Leggett, Raymond F., 1911 Leggett
and Piatt Spring Bed Mfg. Co., Wau
Lamade, Howard J., 1913 business
We clean or dye all kinds of
Ladies' and Men's Hats and all
ladies fancy shoes. A shine that
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manager. Grit Publishing Co., Wil
Lewis, Chester A., 1913 city editor,
Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
Lindsay. Vina, 1913 reporter, Kan
sas City Post.
Lo'ckwood, Sara L., 1913 reporter,
Democrat and Times, Tulsa, Okla.
MacArthur, John C, 1913 second
lieutenant. Fort Snelllng, Minn.
MacKay, Hugh J., 1913 Sapulpa,
Malkus. Hubert P., 1917 reporter.
Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City.
Mann, Robert S., 1913 copy reader,
Press, Cleveland, O.
Marvin, Merze. 1916 advertising
department. Register and Tribune,
Des Moines, la.
May, James G.. 1913 advertising
department. Messenger, Fort Dodge,
Mayer, Siegel. 1913 advertising de
partment. Messenger, Fort Dodge, la.
Mcargar, Harold M., 1917 publicity
department. Armstrong Cork Co.,
McDougal, Myrtle J., 1914 (Mrs. H.
J. MacKay) Sapulpa, Okla.
McGee, Grant Jr., 1916 reporter,
Times-Democrat, Muskogee, Okla.
McGowan, Marguerite, 1915 teach
er of journalism and English, Linden
wood College, St. Charles, Mo.
Miller, Roy E., 1910 reporter, Her
ald, Fresno, Cal.
Miller, Robert R., 1917 head of bio
graphical department. News, Dallas,
Million. Margaret L., 1917 Mexico,
Monteiro, Aristides, 1917 San
Moss, Clinton French, 1914 com
mission business, Kansas City, Mo.
Murphy, Margaret, 1916 feature
writer. World. Tulsa, Okla.
Murray, John Archibald, 1917
1250626. 21 Battery, C. F. A., B. E. R.
Nash, Vernon, 1914 Rhodes scholar
from Missouri, Oxford University,
Neff, Ward A., 1913 business mana
ger and secretary. Daily Drovers'
Telegram, Kansas City, Mo.
Nolle, William Jacob, 1914 finan
cial editor. Monitor, Columbus, O.
Oehm, Gustav M., 1917 managing
editor. Register, Harrisburg, 111.
Parker, Thomas E., 1914 Camp
Funston, Leon Springs, Tex.
Patterson, Don D., 1917 Statehouse
correspondent, Associated Press, Des
Paxton, Mary G., 1910 instructor,
extension division, agriculture and
home economics, University of Vir
ginia, Roanoke, Va.
Phifer, Lyndon B., 1912 assistant
editor. Graded Sunday School "Maga
zine and Sunday Journal, Cincinnati,
Powell, John B.. 1910 associate ed
itor, Millard's Review, Shanghai,
Pryne, Ralph, 1913 owner and
Page SeTen ,
manager, Clark Publishing Co., Clark,
Richards, Russell Lowell, 1917 As
sistant Paymaster, United States
Ridings, Harry E., 1913 advertising
department, Japan Advertiser, Tokio.
Riley, Sarah Edith, 1914 (Mrs. Ralph
D. Currier) Ni wot, Colo., R. F. D.
Riley, Oscar Edwin, 1912 news de
partment, Japan Advertiser, Tokio.
Rosenfelder, Daniel D., 1915 first
lieutenant. Camp Dodge, la.
Roster, Charles, 1917 advertising
department, Star-Bulletin, Honolulu.
Rucker, Frank W., 1913 advertis
ing and circulation department, Jack
son Examiner, Independence, Mo.
Sanders, Ruth, 1916 on editorial
staff. Motor Age, Chicago, 111.
Schmidt, Bertha G., 1916 reporter.
Democrat and Times, Tulsa, Okla.
Schute, Fannie Marie. 1915 pub
licity department, Vanderbool, Con
diet and Comrie, Chicago.
Schofield, James E., 1914 editor.
Sentinel, 'Edlna, Mo.
Scott, ,DR, 1910 Instructor in eco
nomics, University of Missouri. Co
lumbia, Mo. ,
Shapiro, Frederic R, 1917 reporter,
Gazette, St. JoseDh. Mo.
Shelton, Robert M.. 1917 National
Guardsman. Second Regiment Band,
X. G. M., Auxvasse, Mo.
Smith, Hazel A., 1917 Elkins. N. M.
Shirkey, Mohler, 1911 deputy col-
Afternoon and evening gowns.
lector. United States Internal Reve
nue, Liberal, Mo.
Snider, Alexander E., 1917 news
editor, Central Missouri Republican,
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