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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN?
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FK1DAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.
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K. C. BOOSTERS
Commercial .Club of Columbia
Entertains the Tourists With
BAD ROADS IN BOONE X).
Three Accidents Between Here
and Rocheport -No One
A complete realization of the need of
a better metliod of financing the Uni
versity of Missouri ia the definite thing
that the 1 13 limine men ami women
of Kansas Ct oho visited Columbia
last night Hill take batk with Ibem, ac
cording to Hairy S. Frazer, one of the
IMa)rd by hail matt betw-cn here
and ICmhepuit, b punctures ami other
accident uf tratel, the main body of
the aiitoitkihile arty. due hrje at 7
o'rlmk Iat evening, did not arrive until
after 9 o'clock. The dinner given by
tlie Giramenial Club was served imme
diately after the arrival of the majority
of t!ie patty. FranV II. Rollins, acting
as lna!tiia.cr, inlrudticetl the various
President A. Ross Hill tuhl of the
mds ..f the L'nirenitt. William With.
pnhliiiher of the MiMuri Farmer, gan
a iiiniiut) i.f tlie condition in this
tan of the .tale. John B. Pew, a Kan
a Gf attorney hu is with the part),
talked t mi "Conservation,"
"The idea hark of the guud fellowship
twr is la acquaint the tucinbers of the
Chamber of Commerce of Kansas Gl)
villi the need of Missouri. iaid one
of the party. "The Chamber of Com
merce is doing all in its power to pro
route everything that is good for Mis
souti. The trip to Columbia, he said,
is particularly fortunate for n, for it bar
brought home to us the nerds of the
1'nivriMt), and I am tut that t ht
Charalier of Commerce of Kansas Gt)
will do all in ita'povrcr to promote ths
things that are needed here."
The paily criticised aeverely tlie eon
dition of the ruad between here and
Rocheport. This they said was by fai
the worst piece of road they bad seen,
tearing Rocheport, one car turning com
pletely over. Yo one was seriously in
The members of the party paraded
the streets of Columbia early this morn
ing, -bearing fancy hat and bright-col-oieJ
feathers. About twenty cara par
Ikipaled in the parade. -Suiasi.wwJMlea
assisted the tourist in making a notsv
demonstration of their enthusiasm.
Tbey left at 9 o'clock for Jefferson
Gty where they will say tonight. To
luorrow they will return to Kansas Gty
passing through California, Tipton, Se
dalia and Warrcnsburg.
BOT SC01T8 TO BtllD CAB1S
CammUm for Illffrrrnt Parti of
the Work Appointed.
A real log cabin in the woods, with a
fire place, a swimming hole, a' signal
tower and everybling that is what Co
Iumbia Roy Scouts will have by spring
it was decided lar night at a scout meet
ing at the Y. XL G A.
The scouts intend to build their cabii
therosdtes. They have already appoint
ed a commiltee en chimney and fire
(dace, a committee en walls, a commit
tee on foundation aud roof, a committei
on furniture and a elaen up committee
A suitable location for the cabin will
be selected when the scouts hike to tb
woods next Sunday.
The boys will work on htelr cabin eery
Saturday until it is finished. They ex
pect to rnmplete. the work by spring.
Ps-fore beginning every scout is to sign
an agreement to work regularly until the
job is done.
At present there are about, sixty
tenuis in Columbia. An effort will be
made to greatly increase this number
Rut the need for scoutmasters is far
greater than the need for more scouts
according tu O. It. Johnson, scoutmaster
of Troup 3. At present Troup 2 is with
out a scoutmaster.
('. If. 8. EXPECTS K STCDEXTS
.Mannal Training- To Be Given M.C.
Graduate Has rttarge.
The enrollment of Columbia High
Shoo reached 488 today but is expect
ed to reach SSO Monday. Last year at
this time the enrollment was only 41S.
Manual training, which was not of
fered last year, will be given this year.
Joseph K. Shy, of Ellington. Mo, a
graduate of the University of Missouri,
will have charge of manual training and
athletics. The other new members of
the faculty are Mis Frances Nawell of
Columbia, instructor fn Latin and alge
bra; Miss Nell Shanks of Columbia, in
charge uf the glee club and history;
Miss Harriet Wright of Columbia, teach
er of biology; and Miss Emma Crawford
of Columbia, secretary of the high
I). A. SUEXt'ER HAS SEW JOB
U Senior Animal Hnsbaadasaa of
IT. S. Department of AriciMr
D. A. Spencer, who has been extension
sheep specialist in hte University, has ac
cepted a position in the United Stales
Department of Agriculture as senior
animal husbandman in charge of sheep
and goat investigation. He is now In
Idaho beginning his work. His family
', - ... vf-.v.: - n C Jvuillbome of his son In-law. I- u. uiue, w
? lerXr 20.
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For Columbia and Vicinity: General- j
ly lair tonight and Mturday; not mucn '
change in temperature.
MiHne'rally fair tonight! Submarine With Thirty Men Scliool-In Uhore. Punjab. Inda. spoke Bolsbe-,iM SiifiYr Another
id Saturn-ay: not much change in tern-' Caught and Held Dovn to the memlKTS of the MethiJis. Lpjjs. Crushing Defeat ill Lm
... 6 nrr II1 C"P' Muwonary Society ai their ir- " n:,.-:.
Moderate to heavy rains have fallen
on the Culf Coast from Texas to Florida,
and light showers in parts of Kansas.
Nebraska, and the Dakotas. In all oth
er sections of the country fair weather
Temperatures continue below the sea
sonal average in all northern and cen
tral interior states. Light frosts have
occurred along the Canadian border as
far west as Michigan.
Tlie Missouri highways are rojgh in
jlaces but otherwise in fair condiiiun.
CVnerall) fair weather will continue
Local Data: The highest temperature
'n Columbia yesterday was 78; and the
'owest last night was 56. Precipitation
100. A year ago yesterday the highest
emperature was 78 and the lowest was
U. Precipitation OOflL Noon yester
la: dry bulb, 75; vet bulb, 62; rela
ire huraidil), 48 per rent. 7 . la. to.
laydry bulb. 59; wet bulb. 55; reh
ire humidity 7; per cent. Sun rose
oday 5:3V a. m. Sun sets 6:37 p. m.
Moon rises 9:32 p. m.
CHAflE IX FACE AND FORM
Some changes in the Miuourlan's ap J
,iearance will be observed by the read
One change is the name. While the
ord Missourian. remains as from the
list issue the name by which the news
uiper is generally known here lias, now
idded to it the word Columbia to de
rate the place of publication and the
vord Evening lo denote the time and
"requency -of issue.
The size and number of pages
constitute another and important
bange. The Missourian has heretofore
een six columns to the page with an
icciistomed daily issue of four pages,
flie new form ia eight columns to the
age and from six to eight pages rill
ie published each day. While supply
g laboratory output for a larger num
Vr of Journalism students this in
Teased size will give to the readers the
argest daily newspaper ever regularly
nibBsiied in Columbsav
A" third change is in the type used,
rhe body type or "dress" of the new
Missourian has been selected with
ipeeial reference to its clearness and
seauty. It is Bodoni, a face of type de
iigned by a famous Italian printer of
he eighteenth century of whom more
nay be said at another time and re
-entlr recut lo meet the demand for a
ewspaper type which should be legible,
irtistic and distinctive.
None of these changes will affect the
wliey and purpose of the Mistourian.
rhey will, however, give larger oppor
unity lo accomplish the purpose for
vhich it is maintained and to carry oul
n broader lines its policy of public
JTIIGE.S HORSES AT FAIRS
?rofesor Trow bridge will Officiate
at Iowa and Minnesota.
Professor E, A. Trowbridge, chairman
if tlie animal husbandry department oi
I he University, is at the Iowa State Fair
a uc Aioines juaging norses. lie win
o from there to Minnesota, 10 judge
Sorses at the Minnesota Fair, returning
to Columbia September 12.
i EXPOSED TO SCARLET FEVEB
Healtfc Committee Bars Stodents
from t'nlrtrsKy Classes.
Because two children at 719 Missouri
avenue are sick with scarlet fever, eight
University students, who have been ex
posed to the disease, wdl be excluded
from classes and gatherings in the I'ni
vresity for seven days.
ISSCAXCE OF LICE.XflES BEfiISS
Xaasber of Persons Fined Last Year
For Failure to Procare Them.
Thirty-five city licenses have been is
sued so far to owners of automobiles,
motorcycles or other conveyances in the
city. The license for a car depends on
the cost of the state license. It the stste
license is Id the city license is JITS.
If the slate license is only 16, the city
license is S2J25.
The issuance of the licenses begins
September 1, each year, and is kept up
throughout the year. During the preced
ing year many persons were fined for
failure to procure licenses. The number
of licenses issued last year was IJXX
Gerard ! Kalse Baaratle Faads.
Kf Valtr4 fill.
NEW YORK. Sept. 3. James W. Cer
ard. former ambassador to Cermanv, has
been appointed chairman of the finance
committee of the Democratic national
committee. He will assume his duties
Sarelt't Body to Fai-aahgtoa.
The bods of E. B. R. Sprolt of Spring-
bii, Tenn, wb bed yesterday at the
borne of his son in-law, C D. Little, was
(shipped ot Fanniagton, Mo, last nlght -
of the Crippled Vessel's
B UsiirJ FrM.
WASHING TON. Sent. 1 U.n at
the bow, and floundering at the end of
the low line which was lied to the res-
cue ship, the United Males submarine
35. whi.li nearly became the tomb of
thirty men. is proceeding towards Phil -
adrlphia. Tlie submarine sank off the
(Jie ol Urnloprn.
.Wording to the re-.rts of the ri,
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the visvl was caught on the bultmn
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and held. They were under the water
r . f,
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They were kept ali.e by air w hid.
was force,! down to them thniugl. a
Iwle cm in the . eel hull of the ,t
el after 11 bad been raised cl.e t
I he rescue was made possible by a
ar invention a bouy is attached to the
submarine and carrie.1 with it at all
tmies. In case of disaster llie buoy i
released and it floats on the sulfate
flic s!iip Coehtsls was the fiist tn see
.he buo) and proceeded to it and through
it learned of ihe pbght of the crippled
The steamer, Alansus, wa the frist
to answer the S.O.S. call of the sub
marine. Tlie submarine was attached
.0 the Alansus by means of grab honks
ind the vessel was raised close to the
uirface. A hole was then cut through
:he steel bull and air forced down to
the crew of the submarine.
A dispatch to Secretary Daniels of the
Navy said that hie crevj of the vessel
ere in bad shape but It was reported
lat they were recovering quicllj. Tlie
The Missourian BnIn Office In
Virginia Bldr, JJowastaJrs.
The offices in Jay II. XeB Hall
are not finished. Until Oct. 1 the
business office, of Tlie Columbia Eve
ning Missourian will remain in its
present location and its telephone
number will be the same. No. 55.
The newa office will be in Switzler
HalL phone No. 274.
j-nw sSlp and the 'submarine will stop
it rniladetphia and be inspected to see
if they can proceed to League Island
fhere the submarine will be repaired.
MAY LOSE PAY
Striking Miners Must Hcttira
or Forfeit Award of
r tVil Pins.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 3.-q B. Wil
son. Secretary of Labor, has called the
'ministers of conciliation7' here from
Pennsylvania for a conference in regard
o the striking miners of the Eate.n
lelda. Unless the miners go back to
ork by the end of the neek liey will
lorfeit more than seven millon dollars
if ther back pay. It s reported that Wil
son is attempting to avoid this.
umon orncuLs runner rn
XVILKES-DARRE, Sept. a-Estimates
f the number of miners out of ihe
mines here today vary from "OWO tn
100,000. The output of the district is
seriously crippled. Over half of tlie
mines are completely shut down. Ofli-i
aals of hte United Mine Workers de
clared that the strike would end by the
end of the week but there seems tn lie
no de6nite indication of this as yeL
RESIfiVS 3IAXAKEMEAT C0-0P.
a., i j , u. s- ... '
Brew J. (art Will he .Snrceled by
Eber A. Spencer.
Bruce J. Carl, who was appointed sec-'
retary of the agricultural extension serv-1
ice by the Board of Curators at their
last meeting, has resigned as manager olt
we jui-o-M.j iysrn)r;iiic cit're m ac anu iia i crn norKiug in inr exirnsion
cept the appointment. Mr. Carl, whodniinn or the Cnhrrsity. After Sert -
succeeds W. W. WooiIen. has been with ' teraber lo. Mr. and Mm. Meckel Kill
the G-0p more tlian soen ears. having be at fatm in Toptla. Kan. where Mr.
come from the Chdlicothe Huine GI- Meckel vtill 1? titearicuhiira! enfjnerr-
leee where he iruahfied as eipert ac- ing editor of the Capper Farm Press.
counts nt. lie was assistant nunager
under Alfonso Johnson and upon Mr.
Johnson's resignation he r"a mdae man-
Eber A. Spencer, who has been with
the Co-Op three years and has been a-
sinant manager.nnder Mr. Carl, has been
nameti manager anu nas assumeu cnarEe.
Mr. Spencer ... recently married lo
Miss Esiella Uossett ol r-orler. Ind.
Odd tCBOir M9t ID IV. 1.
riniincnw e t nil r-l
iTf ir:.M.t' IT.n... nitlilmmi
V. 0..OTU..I., ..
Arkansas. Iowa and Illinois gathered
here today by the thousand, for their,
convention which began today. Tlie Re
bekahs. a sister organization, will open
their meeting here Saturday.
47etaaibla Balm to Play Tonbrht.
The Columbia Band under the direc-
.; F. R. Antoine will give a pro-
. R -VLw-t tnnhi at the corner
'of Walnut and .entn sueeu.
2C lEUlS A JUSSIOYIUV
I.llr Ilexter Krrene T1n of
- Work In India.
Miss Lilly Dexter Greene, principal of
The Lucie F. llainxuf t.uls Hoarding
,uar mrding litis afternoon,
. ular meetinc litis afternoon,
- I lint the Indian people were now Juuii
Saves LleS the girls as well a the bu liluealed.
Tenty wx years of miinary won.
is the record held by Mi Crerne. Two
girls dormnorics. a s.bo.d budding. anh
a home for the instructors f tlie vbifil
hue .been built in, Lahore under the
1 direction of Mi's 'reene.
.in-iy gins are cm.M. .--.......
' ' " " superintendent and lacs
1inK mJf '" a"-"'""11"" ""f
I ilM iat "."niher- ,,"". " ln
' Columbia a the guest ul ier ,lir..liter.
Dr- " w i'm"- a eatUr m the Ur.i
"' ?f T1""' r n . it I .
, Mrs. J. It. Crews of Denver tailed to
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ilie missionary winkers dunre Hw uwrn
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'ing session. 3he represcnl a s.-ien
Kurking t help the Ieers in tlie Unilnl
A n, ,,,,. ar, ,,1U, ,
j . p . ,, .,(,rU ,uv:n. ,,,,
m ,. ,.,,., , ,,. ,.,
Mii, ni ,,; luc ,
-,,abli.hed for them so far. in the V .itni
ars aj , Rlrrnnicct Ju- rrcenil
appri,,lfilti JJ50XIUO for the csiablisV
m.m f a nalioual lepro-jiium bi Cedar
Keys. Ha. Mrs. Crews i iiling her
,;.lcr. (J. 5. U. S-ariy. of VJ2 Cul'e-e
"1 1 rpTT'YT TC J? f?T?
I , I 111 II jl 1 1 tLilli
. T ti 1
Are Dm en by I tioiianls
From Belfast 11)"
Br t aitJ Trns.
liELFVST, Sept. i Lailiolics are be
ing driven from ihe city in thousands b)
the Protestants here toJay. Notices are
being sent to all the Ccilwlie reidem
t!n, ihrin lrlie twun Ut gi out o(j
he city. General iSaimirtdcc. h i
in riimraanil of the DritNIi IriK.m here.
-Uteinpteil to slop the liolrae ejctwnJ
hut met with little nucres.
MA&tVCFNET ALMOST tlttLES
By I'-siiisI Pr-.
LON DON. Sep!. X Terrnc? Mae
Sweeney Ird maor of Cttk. U report--d
to It tirtuall) I iff lens I.kLiv in Hrix
lun Prison. Tliis is the -Utay of ht
hunger strike -and his conditityOis ald
to be wnrw- thati at an-f time.' Oily a
juiver of an eyelid can Je iJeteceJfnow
ind thn. Helalires and friends cf thr
iman faid that his boity is practically
lead Lut that his ul is slill alne. Ih
ticiana lure announred that MicSnetnc)
Has iiaral.fiis of the" riclit atm anal Uz
ind that it is fpreaaling all oter the
UAVIIR II1LAN SSki RELEASr
Bf laiti! Pr.
NEW iOKK. Pepu 3--Mayor Ilylanlihc ot,,r.
if New Yoik todav sent a message to '
Premier Uoyd George who is in Lucerne
jrging him to interceile and tiling about
the release of Terence MacSweenry who
is at the point of death ii Ilrixton Pris-
N. l. lnCllllltrUL- TOOTCT
3, t'witH Ctik
iNEW V0I1K. Si-pt- 3. Two thousand
longshoremen here ttIay rrfnseil to load
Urilisli steamers liecause of tlie attiltule
if the GritMi government in regard to
IrelanlL Tlie fiflicials of the cumrijui'-s j
anecteii uenietl any Inronveiiieiv
ause of the action of the longslion men.
No boats were preventftl from Icating
'lie iLicks as jicr schedule.
lll.wS KITH UiVFM..l(l MlItRr
FnrmiT Student lo lie llrldr uf
.Mudf-nt t He llritie
i- Ruth Dawson Nnwell,
lid 1r sn.l Mi. tt' I! V..ll 1f14
Pari, mad. ,.l r..i MnArr Mk.
'snS"'' !"" V,"'U " 'M"'r
at 10.30 oclock tomorrow morning by
the Rev. Walter llou.haher of the Chris -
Mis Nowell was a junior in the I'ni -
versily lat spring. SHe is a member of
the Alpha Phi sorority. Mr.ilcckel was
graduated from Ohio Slate Universily
MUs Tnlu Hit on to ThrMbu,
t. i i.r.i.nsi. n .., .. i . .1:
;, w,l tnKn ; Columbia, taught for
i ,,1,, Jrar, ,t s,r,,ifns College.
i"ii-sr a.niainiu I ssii, iuiiiit-iij u ail- s t tf I
rectb. of the School ..f Arts at Christian """'! I'0"'.'' ". fl"- Mr- b
CoIIee. will resrnoe l ,.,i., after an'f" "?m 'tl'". " 1
abnce of five vears. Mis, P.. wl.. 0,h"- itnn Wi,hm ' '"""
I Velerans of Forelirn War to Meet.'"""" '"-."- "" i
I Tilt Wlt"fan a-.f Piirtvitrn Wffsl Will 'a-- I, Tswaa fa Ms' 1
,av. an otKn njaartjn- 0t ,c YMr
ve an open meeting at the Y-MCUj
nice men aie inviled. A rnmmille:
service men aie inviled. A rnmmille:
'""" ll" American Ugiun will report
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f x-ire. isinueois iiume ominiiiec..
Tlie students who are slaving at the
Knights of Columbus Students" Home'
last nizht elected a house committee lo .
frame rgeulations for the roomers in the
building. These were elected: D. J.
t Sullivan, chairman: XL C. Coleman. A
Hitler. II. Chrislman and Paul II. Ver-
jsu. , .
ON LONG FRONT
POLES REPLY TO U. S.
Lolby loillerS With Wilson
pojes Answer to BrilliT Fur-
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B .j Vrtm
LONDON'. Sent. 3. The Polls!! .Irlc.
.,., t tlt. itr ciifrirnte 31 Minsk 1
,uv ,miiutrl) irjlol all liro.jU of
. I!..lirMki luxanl a peaie. the war
office aiiiH.uncr.1 hoe .lay. However,
' " " ' 'y that tlie re drle-
ln wui, r,ruirrj (J Ulf:i , Hrtk
) ,!.,, ,lf, W()U)j tiikC up ,,r J1Ift.
u, 1 ...J Pi.
iiivtw c. 1 -n n 1 1 .
1 "iK, ept. X Hie IMierist
1 T . .1 11 1 . - .
JrTrat in Hie lj-inlTR Io.ttit 1 ieirl-.
eil to ! mure crushing than ever liefore.
J0C,111S to an llfficlal , , r.,1pd
hm ,m, T,l(. ,., arp M ,o
,,,. aIiafrJ fiflf.n f( .
a, a frun of yJi ,
roNfrn its hilisii answer
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W SIIJ.CT0, Sept. 3. Secretary
f Stale d.Ihy and I'lu'eisecretary Davis
' lodaj confnred Willi President Vilvm
in r,?ard to the lVlnh situjtiou as re.
sards the Lniied Mates and the. repl
I l"''i'1' 1'ol!"M' snl '". t,ie Unilnl Mates
in ausfcer tu the druunds made b this
' ""tary Colby issued a statement
,h ,, ,,,, of p3m ;, , lu .'
considered as evasiie. He said thai the
I00'" V " P"1'lp "lu"1 ,',,(.,l,:i,"Irt
! uvi uic waiiiin 01 111c unnru laies
1 lo stay out of ltussia. He alu said that
there would be further drlevopments.
fUMi Krn-i reurnsvL
Tlie note refrned to wes sent lo Sec-1
frtar) Cuhy from P.. I a ml in anscr to
fn.il S411117 iiuiu I iiisiiu III ansjrr lo
bis note a-king that Poland confine her
-mlitiry activities to her own terrilorv
- defintil by the Peace GramiNon.
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roun note siateu mat -mtwiiii-
danger alone, and political events proved I
Irat it must rely on its own rnililarv
strength and that it could hardly be
coin.Iered fair that artificial boundaries
For a limited time. 3-raonths sub
scriptions" for The Columbia Evening
Missourian will be taken at the old
If a solicitor does not call on you,
telcpfone o. ."jS aril have your name
put on the list; the rates are going to
that do not bind one opponent slsiuld
mterftre with the military operations of
f iUTTIIEKS LICOSK .TI) WHA
Vr. lVall.-r Robinson Has 500'
Hoarders In Haziness 12 Years j
I Mrs. Walter Itobin'on, who has cliarge
of lh. Ib-bin-on lloiel, 1JM East Broad -
I .iI). ". lh.T r,nt T""""'. " .'."r"e.
nuicner incase in unumbia. iirs.
liouiiue-n, wno nas- ii-en n nusiness nere'
i..r mare ujn iwevc yeas. IUs a.ui
f isnn.l.A I Kit. s-'jIliS-'SS
sn-c iiuuiiini iruiti-.iJt
"ICAR MEN RIOT!
Three Seriously Injured as
IJnmklyii Strikers Ritlle
n Imi-J rrrw.
' NLW lOi:K. Sept. 3.-Five hundred
'sinking ero loves of the Ilrooklyn Rapid
,llu,'"'r ' Transit (iiiiiiany today battled with
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; "."' "fr omf.m ""V1 "". ",Uni
inni io increante lire numucr oi car aim
'" P"' nn wrikebreakers.
7h, teK wr;ouly injured
1 ;n hc u,e n,,!,.,,! ,, m re.
, ))rnl , jl.jjulv Cut by flying glass.
1 TI.e company reported that 146 men have
rrturncj Io work.
tj,c numh,r of" cars has not been in-
! creased, the officials of the company an-
Ji. U WITHERS DIES T0DY
Krothfr of Jlw. J. K. Jacob- 3Iaj
Burled Tomorrow. J
It. L. Wiilia-r died at the home of
' bis sUter. Mrs. J. K. Jacobs 211 ftlge-'
J? . . .. Mtlrmmk ,a,,he
, , ii i u i t. i i .. j
f"""!1 uld probably be hel.1 at -J
, f i. c,M1l. , r,,rtrwr umlnl "in
(', ), Smdrrs, a fnrmer student i
ib t'niversil), who has been adverlisin
ih. ITnitersilv. wlm has been advertising
.managre of the Vernon Record, Vernon.
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letas. inr me iai year .i... ... ,
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left loilay- for Amarilln. Texas where he(
will be asicialed with the Araarillo
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Wearer la falKornla Jstat Vr,'.
Professor O. ". Weaver went to Cali-J.
Uv. He will juJ;
?lh Cabfornia State Fair. '
M.U.'s NEW PORTRAIT ,CLEVENGER
. 0F SENATOR W. J. SI ONb;
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The iUuaratbi of ere is a it production of a painting by lohn Patrick of
Kcnsas City. hh has just been ptetcnlci to the Vnittrsitr of Missouri by
.;, r ;;- ,, ,J, at thr ancnint conrvnticn Wednesday.
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' 0inrw ublory mttKxpa receive.! by
i,he s f JoumsJlsm fa occasion
ol Ihe dedication ot Jay rt. Ieit tun in-
--clnde'the following, 'In addllibn L those
Aaron Watson, -flew ley Cottaga. La
"ock, Hills, England, sends the!, following
JAY H. NEFF HALL-A SONNET
Poie Julius sent for Michael Angelo.
"Make me a timb, such as men never
That liowsoe'er I fare before God's law,
M) name will hie eternally below.
S Julius said. Hut if lo Home you go
Yon find no tomb of Julius. Some
Assailed him, and such omens as men
From evil things shadowed his smI with
1 w-m imh:,;on Imi, ,1,;, Kxii f .
I A finer impulse; and a nobler lls.ught.
i...!p.t. , ..rfi i, ,, ,,.
"T'"" " I ' " "
,, in ,. , r)lu,e !ls
tlie woi-ld's service souls
Set sail with high em prize, and pur
Tin letter mmn from Kirhard L.
totf, of the St. IauU PosT-Dispatcb.
prr-idenl of the AnWicAn JournalitV (
No opportunity rould be more in- y
spiring (fun ihit afforded by the .
splemhd extension of the work of
America oblett School of Journal
im. now made po-wible, thnmh the
fenrniity of Ward A. Neff.in fdial
and most filling tribute to I be mem
ory of his mmt eminent father.
We (-shall admire the structural
beauty of Jayyll. Nfff Hall,, and
rongratulate ourscKes opontrus nota
ble reinforcement of the architect
ural esthetics of MissouriUnirtrsity;
but mostlv r shall tiskm it as a
new (hrine dedicated h public
senice and to a journalism of ideals.
Freh and briehtrr fires shall be
lighted upon its altars to kindle in-
tlie herats of youth an.ardent devo-
lion for that modern priesthood f
letm-cracy- the profewn of jiMir-
Tliu is made rwwible an enlarge- .
ment of tlie eminent benefits which , t
. . a l- a I
lhe!tiiri oi journalism i ui-wouti
University has in me part comerrru
.a a . - .ti trri .i,T
upon the American public, Vhen this
pioneer. School nl Journalism was
amM rltnr men ,, mlmt
newspaper work were. say ine
least, lookeil upon with a certain
suspicion. t One might have thought
tliat In possess education, to have
formed the habit of (looks, and to
drIay llie audacity of thinking at
all outside one's little groove of the
police courts and hospital mns,
fprhVd a serious if not fatal handi
cap. Today this has been changed. The
first question which the managing
editor puis to an applicant for edi
loi Ul .work is rnncrening Ins educa
tion. Today, also, other schools of
journalism have sprung up all over
ON NEtt HALL AKKlVJi
tlie country, following the lead set
' by Missouri; and where ,a college
n im jn n-utiru ii-e uisnuv oi
a'SclK-oT'oCOounialttniv I( often
xwasls at. least a. course oi. juoraal
ism. The eijhanced scope afforded to
the Missouri UniTersity School of
Journalism through this magnificient
building is regarded with singular
intern and gratification by the
American JournalistV Association.
Not only did the Association lave
the honor of granting its first Asso
ciate charter to 'the faculty and
pupils of lite AlisMHiri ivh.tol of
Journalism; it may be even asserted
that tlie American Journali! Asso
riaion, was horn at the School of
Journalism cf the University of Mis
souri, We late asked tlie teachers and
students of tlie schools of journalism
all orer the country to join with us
because we recognize that live great
handicap of journalism is defective
education and this in a profession
where the broadest and best inform
ed culture is more indispensable
than in any other in the world lo
Education that is the crying need
of journalism; education not merely
in the routine of the profession, lmt
in the government, Instory. rmn'im
ics. art. Are we not the channels.
under democracy, through which ihe
public receives tlie great bulk of its
information and .pinion? And if
this information is erroneous, if
this opinion is ill formed who is to
blame but ourselves If evil poli
tKians use us to disseminate hatred,
to inflame nation against nation, and
lo bring1 on the devastation of War,
must we not be held ecroally crim-
inal with the conspirators against
Cod speed he day when a
journalists -will mainain ami
have the backing , of the fel
lows "I- cannot write this; it
untrue; and 1 will not help
spee.1 a lie! W.ih this de-
ouiIr desired ronsummationv jour-
nalnm will have attained its man
hood, and towards it institutions like
1 the 1 of JaumJi.ro f Mi.
r Va'xmi m -Z(M
Jo Missouri, University's great
Senoof of Journalism the American
Journalists Association extneJsifs
snost cordial congratulations upon
tbejopportirnity for enhanced public-,
serviee provided br Jar II. Neff Hall.
and I lis proud to greet the students
of hlis great school of fellow mem
bers. 1 ,am like . wise' proud, as f
nresident of llie Amrtran tnniit.
ists, AssoeiatMsi. Jo greet- guests, U
leacners maa students, in liar name
of nearly S.0GQ newspaper men and
women, and teachers and students of
journalism, in every state of .the
union, who now comprise the mem
bership of the American Journalists'
Brakra Wave Caases ftrt.
The fire department .was tsBed to 3861
me street at 6:15 sveloest itssfaj
moraine. The wall of tb boiUog was
j set on fire from a brokea csi'sssrs.
Former Kana AggieJfl
10 take Aieanuetlsj
WILL ARRIVE HEREC
Has Four Missouri Va
"Ginmpioniip to Hhj
C 7- Clrttrnjcr, frmrr itirceior i
leiic at lit- Kana rute Aj
Sclui.il at Manhattan. ill
ftV E. M rati HI iirrrtojr tl
4 the Um.mity, Tlii-i a
ly HreJciU . Kikt Halt Utc ihk
rrrnK.n, aflrr rrcript of a Xrxnit
arrrptancf from Mr. (Jr?engriv J
Mr.Uftrritgi-r. win Irft hte for
turaitu taatiun trl, before arrc-ptiafe
liw!iion. will return Iirrr a mttotm
ran arrange. ;
A brief account uf Coach Gnt
rtn-ord in the uilI uf tport folki
traluate of In.fiatu ftate Unhi
School of Iti)ical Training an4
ics, (3uuuutua, New York; and
for Cuachr. iTnivrrsity of lltinotaL.
rUj-rJ on aruty trams fotaA
at lintvrrsilf of Indiana. D-nag c
of football ami bawball trtuM 1
rniic )rar; liMnl on AH la&iana
ball ami ba-vtall traits for'thrM
,anJ on AH Western Ira mi one, verWi
r. I,,-.? . I I e .av
't .isiMiiaiiiun was otru vj lO'mfx wtvmn &
'firealot alt round athlete in the hhftnrW
. l. ir! fc
1 in irisii i;niieTsiiy. JS
11 Front 1101.190: Assistant DimSsYsfA
i.Atbleties at University of Indiana. aaslU
!' lQaUQUC Arlinir- fltr, ; jL..'.
! as head of baseball and hutiihaH
assistant coach ol football. &
Frnm 10117 In IOII PhTium Af VL-Zl?
ileal Education, and Director of AtUetfeajt.l
if at Nebraska Weslryan University, coetf. I
' ing all major Spurts vihere Ins tss-
f won championships in the Nebraska Coi-ii"!
1111.-1 11 .J k.!. -aL-SI ' si
7'"' '"'"''I tVmU 'tAkmT
I.. . . ... ... . ., . -"---
tvrsr in lisaaeioaii ana two
years in baseball.
From 1911 nil 1916 Directoc f ,
Idles and Head Coach at the Lfii
siry of Tennessee, during which) I
Tenneweee won "the football and'bi
ball championships of the Soo.
football team not losing a gaase 1
season of 1914; arid daringjie'
IVUrJSlfTsaJ J9K as ImtnTuff
lost only fsuc,aames, not .losing
gle game ia 1915.
Since. 1916. Professor of Phvslot 1
cation. Director of Interolleaiata'j
letics, and Head Coach in footbag.'!
t&elDaJI and baseball at Kansas S
Agricultural College, Manhattan.'!
sas, when that institution has won i
two basketball champwnsliips, one J
nau champwrnjiip, one track ei
ship, and once tied Missouri
football championship in the
V. r. iive stock wm pi
.Stale Kalr Awards tVLi CatHri
EIMOKS aatl fit M
Ten head of fat cattle and
head of sheep were sent br the Unis.
and went to tlie 193) State Fair at I
dalia. They returned with forry-c
prires nearly one each. These anisssssl
and others are now available to sh
in animal husbandry wbn are being I
practical livestock production by
College oi Agriculture, frizes wo
the ratlle totaled t3S3, and by ihe i
Not only did the animals owned b
College win prirea. but a large nn
of graduates of the College of As
turr showed live stock at I lie State I
and alscs won many prizes. The I
is now compiling a record of the wia-J
nines of graduates and former stodems.ti
When this is made up the record wist
i show that more tabn ISO prizes on
stuck shine- were won by the CoHfg. i
Arrienllure and its eradaates. ?
OBETCOT UL 6ITKX WASS1
.Xattsvaai BenahHtasM art
fHlns far Xtiiraa lessef J
By tsist4 fim.
j it(cnfi j ,, ppu-t
Jflept. 3."ina fiasf
1 election of Pablo, Obrcgon a
was evidenrrd here oday.; Ts
Revmblirans seat a letter to
asking that he leave the city and
a'way. " ' ...
HeMaa Far Xanaawf FraatJ
Missouri's sMSbiIties asJ a I
graving stsie is! be sisswa hr'a
map now being prepares! ay . H. W
U nsmilne ill the brawn loss ssi i
I on! of llie soils, densrtasnsl as"
Colleae of AgricaJmre.' Mru
called riter-hiH sstt.vaic is
fitied far apple cstnis. aesjaW 1
... of the best for aeaeral CM 1
The astp -HI be phsWied tssa
..ittf kItt. .. sJusa asst anna
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(J. tm tHkiSi
ReaistratisD'ia that Sssstal i
ing it itftnamttJJt:
whoa. MS aw i frssaan
iscrease sver hat y-sat, I
riae 37S. nn lail.
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