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SUXDAYOIORXIXG MISSOURIAX, SEPTEMBER 10, 1917.
SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
BEGINS ITS TENTH TEAR
(Continued from Page Seven)
Smith, Katharine P., 1917 Boyne
City. Mich., R. F. D. 2.
Smith, Herbert W., 1911 instructor
in advertising. University of Missouri.
Spencer, Clarissa Elinor, 1913
teacher of English and journalism,
high school, Kennequick, Wash.
Stapel, John C, 1915 editor and
publisher, Atchison County Mail,
Stemmons, Walter, 1912 editor of
.publications, Oklahoma Agricultural
and Mechanical College, Stillwater,
. Stern, Morton M., 1915 managing
editor and part owner, Democrat, Os
Stewart, Francis, 1911 lawj er,
Strock, Caralee, 1917 feature writ
er and reporter, Transcript-Journal,
Taylor, Harry Ellsworth, 191C as
sociate editor and publisher, Star
Clipper, Traer, la.
Tempel, H. F.t 1917 reporter, Reg
ister, Springfield, 111.
Thompson, Paul J., 1914 editor and
manager. Republican, Macon, Mo.
Thornburg, Hazel D., 1914 (Mrs. H.
B. Becker) Preston, Idaho.
Tindall. Richard Gentry, 1911 first
lieutenant, U. S. Army, Gettysburg,
Todd, Ernest McClary, 1912 in
structor in athletics. Country Day
High School. Kansas City, Mo.
Trail, Guy, 1914 city editor. Capi
tal. Sedalia, Mo.
Trullinger, Earl B., 1912 farmer,
Maryville, Mo , R. F. D. 6.
Tumalty, Rosalie, 1915 assistant
to advertising director, Powers De
partment Store, Minneapolis, Minn.
Turner, George W., 1913 instructor
in English, Kansas City High School,
Kansas City, Kan.
Vernon, Annalee H., 1917 Kansas
Wagner, Edwin P.. 1916 circulation
manager. Melting Pot and Social
Revolution, St. Louis, Mo.
Walker, Herbert W., 1917 reporter,
Star, Kansas City, Mo .
Warren, Daid M., 1917 advertis
ing manager, Democrat-Forum, Mary
Webb, Samuel W., 1916 editor Tav
ern Talk, Kansas City, Mo.
Wheeler. William H., 1917 illustra
tion work, Chicago.
Williams, Frederick M., 1917 Of
ficers' Training Camp, Fort Riley,
Wilson, Dale, 1916 make-up editor,
News-Press, St. Joseph, Mo.
Wise, Sadie, 1916 reporter, St.
Wise, Dorothy, 1917 reporter.
Phoenix, Muskogee, Okla.
Wolfsohn, Leo A., 1913 telegraph
editor. Leader, Milwaukee, Wis.
Wong, Hin, 1912 correspondent,
Reuter's Service, Canton, China.
Wright. -Myrtle, 1916 (Mrs. Randolph
Patton) reporter. Daily Star, Saska
Half a Cent a. Word a Day
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Nice big room for girN.
711 Missouri Ave.. W-223
WANTED TO RENT Two nicely fur
lshed rooms, with meals, to men or man
and wife. Also otc single room. 131S
Anthony, phone 4C4"lted. N-322
TOR RENT (To men, two rooms with
glazed sleeping porches; also another large
room, single bed. Phont 402-BIack. 4th
FOR RENT 3 room cottage, modern
except heat, south side, paved street. W.
H. Goldsberry, Exchange National Bank
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Good
table board If wanted. Also two garages.
817 Rollins, phone 1042-Black. S-322
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
1101 Paquln, phone 1372-,Green. MB-322
FOR RENT Furnished rooms fr boys.
003 Elm, phone 503. H-319tf
FOR RENT Two large rooms, one
single room. Modern house. 705 S. 5th,
phone 1233. G-310tf
FOR RENT Extra large rooms. Four
with hot water, on third floor, for boys.
206 College. 31-322
FOR RENT Rooms for boys at first
bouse north of the Missouri Store, 001
South Ninth. Phone G33-Black.
TOR RENT Four rooms for light
housekeeping, modern throughout, 'with
shower bath, next door to student union.
Phone 1144. S-313tf
FOR RENT Six furnished rooms for
young men, single or en suite; lavatory In
rooms, steam heat, two baths, same floor.
Broadway at Hltt. centrally located. See
Mrs. Metty, milliner, or phone 936.
FOR RENT Excellent furnished rooms
and table board for ladles. In modern
house, one block from Academic hall.
Prices reasonable. 515 S. Ctb. G-31Ctf
ROOMS for boys. Five nice large rooms
two blocks from campus and two blocks
from Broadway. Hot water heat. Modern
In every particular. Two tubs, one shower
bath 10U1 Locust, phone 1150-White.
FOR RENT One room In prlate familv,
for gentlemin. block from Academic Hall.
Phone 701-WhIte. C-319
FOR RENT Five rooms on second
floor, with sleeping porch. First block
east of campus. 1303 Kaiser. H-31itr
FOR RENT Well furnished rooms for
housekeeping or lodging. C02 I"";
phone 533-Whlte. B-31Stf
FOR RENT Near campus, pleasant,
commodious room with sleeping porch In
modern home of private family. Phone
402-Red. Cll South Fourth Street.
FOR RENT Rooms for young men,
modern house, 410 S. 9th street, phone
or en suite for light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences, one block from
campus, two blocks from postofflce. Phone
JC'4-Blacfc or call 11H S Gth. 31Stf
FO RENT Rooms for men. Single bel.
Modern House, one block from Gym. Sui
Virginia Ave.'Phone 401-Black.
FOR RENT Two large rooms for men
students. Between University and Broad
way: one block from campus. Reasonable.
114 S. 8th. Phone 1027. V-319tf
FOR RENT Rooms and
Paquln. Thone 1143-Whlte.
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for men;
comenUnt o Lnherslty. SOI Locust St.
Phone 113. B 321
ROOMS FOR RENT Large airy rooms
with tub and shower accomodations. Mrs.
A. D. Swlnney, 719 Gentry. Phone 343
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
board. 713 Gentry. Phone 533. 11-321
,.r, i . . , .
TOR RENT Nice front room and two
half rooms. MO Rollins, across from
Gymnasium. Phone D31. 11-322
FOR RENT .Brick garage. 413 South Ctb
street J. G. Babb. B-314tf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly pipered; water and heat furnished;
2Hi blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone boO-BIack.
FOR SALE lied.
411 South 5th. Phone
The soldier and the
housewife must both do
their bit for Uncle Sam.
The soldier endures hard
ships and endangers his life.
The housewife can do her
part by being thoughtful Order
all your wants for the day at one
time. Carry your own- parcels.
A saving on the merchant's de
livery cost is a saving to you even
tually. Remember the merchant
toses on all deliveries of less than
Uncle Sam needs
UpU'Mb&L. k iiB K' itY jSKfcl
Anyone subject to the country's call should be
able to handle a rifle. Drop into Jones' and practice.
All kinds of targets.
W. T. Jones' Shooting Gallery Norts'?reN;itn,,,
Special instruction then m use of Hfle Thursday eieninzs.7 o'clock
business at a
Address M, care I
FOR SALE Six hole coal range In
good condition. Phone 774-Wbite or call
at 23 Allen Place. D-320
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED White wooly dog. Goes by
name of Towser. Finder pnoue Mis
LOST One 30x4 1-2 Desaw tire. Tire
plit and of no value to anyone but onu
i r. $10 reward If returned to Harry Perry,
Okmulgee, Okla. Send collect. P-320
WANTED Position as clueroii In
fraternity or sorority house. 'mi'enlil
home wanted more than inonej. Dr. Airnes
l.'iniles, phone 1230-Ked. L 321
WANTED Day work, waiting tables,
looUng dinner. Lula Freeman. Phone
-,M 0rpi.u- F.320
WANTED n expert student barber to
work sp.ire time. Apply Garrett's Barber
shop, new Boon County National bank
BOARD AND ROOMS for students. Price
rea-onable. Phone HS3-Whlte or call at
C19 North Stu. E-31S
TABLE BOARD, and furnished rooms for
students men. Call at 505 Conley Ave.
Mrs. L. B. Ford. F-322
, FOR SALE A good
sacrifice. If sold at once.
BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 doable, $11 each; one
double, sio: one single, so. jenerson uiuu.
311 Waugh. J-318U
ROOMS AND BOARD for boys. Begin
serving meals Saturday evening, Septem
ber 13. Arrange early. Extra boarders.
.Mrs. Gwinn, 722 Missouri Ave. Phone 1010
FOR our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
Missouri Teachers Agency, KIrksvllle,
vWANTED: to hear from owner of good
farm for sale. State cash price, full par
ticulars. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Minn.
WILL give meaN. 713 Missouri Ave.
Mrs. Wheat, phone GCj. W-225
WILL start my table Saturday. Good
home cooking. Prices reasonable. Please
place orders early. 513 S. 6th street.
WILL GIVE the use of a furnished bed ,
room and kitchen to a reliable woman to
act as chaperon. Mrs. M. S. Bennett, 70S
Missouri. B 31Ctf i
WANTED All makes of typewriters,
repaired, cleaned, adjusted. Moderate!
charges. All work guaranteed. Expert!
stenography and typewriting.. 2S Lowry I
You will find everything
which goes to make a
(next to Hall Theatre)
The College Room
(in The Missouri Store)
Candies, Tobaccos, Sodas, Fancy
L ; Drinks, Sandwiches and Salads.
Our Delicatessen department is un
der the supervision of Mrs. Givans.
Don't fail to take home a box of
delicious potato chips.
F. W. DELP, Prop.
Booches Billiard Academy
Season 1911-18 .
Will open with a special match ' f
John Lay ton, Sedalia, Mo.
vs. , I
IV. D. Ricketts, Rochester, N, Y. I
1 (Now representing Boocie' s)
' . Pocket Billiards, 450 Balls
E Blocks, 150 each E
3 Cushions, 50 Points
Monday and Tuesday, September 17-18
Afternoon 2:15 Evening 8:15 f
Virginia Building Admission Free
. GRADT MAGGARD, Prop.
THE BIBLE COLLEGE OF MISSOURI
offers the following courses for which the University grants credits in the de
partments indicated! To Insure credit the student must have his Bible College
Enrollment Card countersigned by the University Dean, and also by the Head
of the Department in which the course is credited. No charges of any kind.
Fundamental Moral and Religious Values (3a in Philosophy) 2 hrs. (tor
Freshmen only). Sec. I. S" M. W. Sec, II. 10 T. Th.
Bible as Literature I. 2 hrs. '(7a in English). 10 T. Th.
Bible as Literature II. 2 hrs. (Sb in English). 9 W. F.
Hebrew History 3 hrs. (106a in History). 9 T. Th. S.
Christian Ethics 2 hrs. (122a In Philosophy). Sec. I. 9 W. F. Sec II.
Comparative Religions 2 hrs. (121a
II. 11 T. Th.
Social Teachings of Jesus 2 hrs. (113a In Sociology). Sec. I. S W. F.
Sec. II. 10 W. F.
Introduction to Religious Education (159b in Education) 2 hrs. (Credited
in School of Education only). Hours to be arranged.
116 Hebrew Language. Hours to be arranged.
For further information call lor Bible College Catalogue, or see
G. D. EDWARDS, Dean.
ANNO UNCEMENT v
8 T. Th. Sec.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for boys