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THE COLUMBIA EVENINCMISSOURIArC TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1920
wining, Here Is Sufficient in
Majority of Cases But
Many Continue at
Greatest Problem Is to
r Acquaint Students'Witlr
lo .uwted David L TFhite. Mr. "NT 7vT-..4-:,s IV 1 "C-,4-,, s'of-
Enfli,l. wa appointed, by J. TV Srfli iU lUllCS&CllLlcHa 111 V ULLU13L
S ,rf u""1 M" Art; Samples to be Shown Here
LL H, A. B. end A. M. from the UnM A'colMclioo o( futurist painting is lo
erstty of Missouri Since then, he has bi-eUubited in tlie Faculty Room of the
practiced lax in Kansas Gtv. cett Lcrtersitr Librarv soon. The exact date
for-time Jie terved in the Spanish-Amer- of i thai display ha not been set. Tbee
ican and World wars. pictures wdl give art student and art
l,Tcr a dunce to form a more specific
Tlie futurist seeks to estab-
TO FIGHT "RED PLAGUE"
Course of Studv
The Zela Ileta Tau fraternity an
nounc the pledging of Nathan Jacobs of J io ,nJ fa lllera,ure. Appiifd
idea of whar futurism stands for.
futurism, which was originated in 1907
br F-, T. .Marinetli, a journalist of, Aldan.
Italy, tends tA eliminate the unessential
WoW W.iMru ,, , i ,fcr
ik. hatr iak.c fc,,, in ihc
Jlible (ollrsr. 11. I I'uml.i.'
lSpe 19i jve ane into ministerial or
&miionar wort, 'Since 1906, ihirtf
Enjne. students 'hate left here to take up
&? tlglmiMion fields. According to
E&ftlEl".!3.'l ina "l " BUe Col
egatheeiiniinary workers hate been
MjntJto Jspan, China, Russia, Honolulu.
K!uj. Jleifco and South America..
IjMsewion J. Cottschall,1 wbo'lus just
r'formiwionary work in the Orient.
y- onsireceni Unitcrsitt graduate t-
?J""w lo "''' ' W I1 "
i wav wnsnneiit i mi-ts - i Mi-
w. an f.iu.i tu .' ' i
-W Gir!ge.,)d llle-i ... uilirr in i and
icsTz:r;.s.su "'w ,
fTtJ I -1-S .a JT .
1 "- ura concern wjk-re m
BScacfd in wort thai iJiuS uri ilvWlii-.
tH"- EdgafkD. Lee. president of Chn-
Eft. urSs Joua """. prfideni oi ,
KJJuter.Slocg.n Gdleae William Lt
hHallxr.Udtriir(ifosiir in Howard IVunr .
KJeixr; 0(3 I!. 1 Mthu. pn.fcvjir of
Pgif Jb aliOIin.Wrlfjraii, are all fur-f"-4.
...!-.. r .k- Tin. n . fc
mw luiinillfjui lC IHIilC toncgt
jVIn nwm fte the training in tliis
iSJfl 'u Kn suEicient or the sludenU
iJueiHer ilirectli ittn mini-trrial or mis
sionary work, according to Mr. Cibbs.
He said, howocrf that further work in
larger school of thloy is de-irable.
e rasjBr of th .st. - v i.ntinu ihfir
rk after leaving here en'er she Uni-
sexilv of Chicaso. ale. Hanard. I.niun
S2"ur5' ot Columbia IhiiutmIj
'JVAm ..r ilM t.;..n.. t.. I!-
I jqp ' "...viviiviis jii iiiihim!s mil;.
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ruiuu ruucauon aionp wiui llu taifr am
uir-. m ounniaiDjt, me scihkh, in l
nneclion with the Universln currieu
The U. L. B. of the Knights of Golumj motion into plastic art.
inis student Home announces the initia
tion of Henry A. Christmann last Satur.
Mis Teresa TKlson has returned to
he- home in Lexington after visiting
Vfas Katherire TVilson at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma houe.
Frank W. Herndon' returned jesterday
to his home in Kansas City, where he
will remain until the opening of the
C E. Kane, Unhervity publi-her, has
announced that the schedule of courses
for the winter term is now in the hands;
of the printer aud should be ready for
distribution about December 15.
H"0. Severance. University librarian,
announces that he is now keeping a col
lection of catalog of various dealers in
i n ? i3" ! Vftkc Hi. i 4 nfrjjer-
i ! t Mil n miiei sui ti bi r
ui i u.u til' 4 lUl4
I" it ti in tii. ! ati.r U .
tu o eauiion of Delta l.amda.
Hiciety of young men who intend to be
comas laif istcrsf ll H expect! Uias f
memsfrrsiiulof ,winty or zraoiswilbe
reached Jeitllerm. . Vfei'tw.
Vord lias l-rn received in Columbia
of the birth of a on to Mr. and Mr.
of movement and speed, the two ele
ments considered characteristic of the
Fulurims say that, .inasmuch 6s the
tumultuous twentieth century civilization
is virtuallly affected by movement and
speed, these two elements rightful!) de
serve consideration as ewential constitu
ents in the subject matter lo be used by
W freedom of exnression bv disre-' modern art. 4
garding such laws of rhyme and gram. I One art .critic says that futurism in
mar as may seem to hamper the freedom ' painting tends to subordinate intrinsic
uf expression. Futurism, has penetrated 1 aesthetic form to emotional content In
n.n.A wnltn tn .t.l.nln... 1, liia affv. n.inlin. tit IIWMt nYllM-tlV llllpnnRIMII.
l'iw niut m iiniaiub) .. inii b..w.'
ed sculpturing in art.
painting, it seeks, to translate the idea of
In poetry, it
brought into permanent contact. Also
emphasis i placed on better expressions
National Campaign Will Be Leveled
at Social Diseases.
0 Taittil Press.
WAtiiero., Dec. T. rlrisfcians and
phere Promise Excellent
Yields This Season.
Vril C Wright at Kankakee, lit, De
cemlier 2. Mr. Wright was an intntor
in chemistry in the lniterit) in 191n
Mrs. Vnjiht was graduated fiom the
Li'deiifty. in"i91T. '' ,vt
.MitiLeh Cox. a guduate stufientn
cdjlcatiijn, apj,Mi Alice, AjIU College
of Arts, and Science, visited Miss Still's
married sttci, Mrs. Joseph Holonwk. In
Jefferson Qty, oicr the weekend. Mr.
and Mrs. Holbrook arc both graduates
if the lniieiity.
The Kev. Walter M. Hauslialtcr will
speak at the regular meeting of the Y.
W. C A. Thursday afternoon in the
Uuncrl) ud(torium. -This Ji the set'
The following lines .by Alfred Notes
jve 0 hint of the popular conception of.
ftiturism in sculpturing:
Fhough of toil, I hear the sculptor
'Why should my iasionate soul in
chains be led? .
To wrest m) enus from her marble
bed. lit .
Let her -be buried deep, from foot to
In rough-hewn rock, with one toe
v!gges.ion is the finer art," he said;
ml bv therbt, it looked much eas-
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'. h.h prue is placed on originality
painting the mot objective phenomena,
the artist aims to produce the whole
sensorial or emotional quality inherent
t The 1920-21 cereal harvest, which
tikeVplace in the principal grain pro
ducing centers of the Southern Hemis
phere' From riovember to rtUrch, his
throughout the entire growing season
given promise of excellent results, ac
cording to a summary of the foreign crop
reports Tecently received by E. A. Lo
gan of Columbia. The critical stages of
vegetation have been passed through by
both Argentina and Australia, although
the bulk- of their crops will not be cut
until .December or January.
Ilains hue recently fallen in Argen
tina, iand indications point toward a fa
in all dynamic life which radiates to tlie i vorable harvest. The latest official re-
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minu Ol liic spectator, nr wmcii, again,
may be simply flashed into dynamic life
by the mind of the spectator himself.
The same general principles of futur
ism hold good in both literature jnd art.
tree verse is closely akin to futurism.
Perhaps the free verse by Marmetti is
most typical of futurism in potr). He
wns born in Egypt, of Italian parents,
and received most of his education in
France. With headquarters in Milan and
t aria. Marinetti combines the sum of his
varied experiences into a personality cos
mopolitan enough to be a typical futur
umbia Saturday on bu'iness ami Jsit-J Frencli"s diagnosis is not enmmrnted
irjg fticml'j .He lift Saturday afternoon
fonSt. Loots, wherclie will spend a'Ww
days before returning to his home, 347
Madionavenue, New "iork Gtyv
Air. ami Mr- J. F. Edwarils of Cen
traha siirnt tHr weekend in Columbia
v siting Uheir win. Noel Edwards 708
"North Fight stnTL
turns pf the area of wheat sown during
the caon show 16.062,000 acres, as com
pared with 1 1,957.000 last season. While
na vnicial repolts of production have been
received up to date, still unofficial re
ports continue to place the amount of
wheat lo be produced during the present
season as high a 21,000 bushels.
The sowing of winter cereals has been
carried on recently throughout the North
ern .Hemisphere with exceptional activity, j
the beginning of the work having been
delated in some European countries by
nected and intelligent knowledge of the
study pursued. ""Some students1 mi1
Mrs.J Charters, "can grasp a subject most I
quickly by making an outline of tlie. sub
ject. I know also a Phf Beta Kappa I
'mm the University of Missouri, who I
riruician aflu r. . . . ,
noted men from all pam "of the United ' could not and wouta no "
Sum will meet here today for a week's e outUnes of any sgbjec, tU ,vA
conference to plan a nation-wide cam- f 'tuaSFS.
paignagains, tfe -Great Red Plague." a j "JfJSl t6
phrase invented by-the United Sutes H,n ""'""""- "
Public Health Serwce lo stand for two I Mrs. Charters suggested certain chang.
social diseases. in the methods of study fur many
The conference was called by Dr. students.
Hugh Cumiogs, surgeon general of the
x iiuiMj ceiiain cum iiatc utv-u
discovered and proved by medical science DO YOU KllOW?
for the most common social diseases, ac
cording to officials of the health service. Sears Roebuck & Co. for a limited lime
To be-effective in combatting tlie dis- wji KH tie handy volume' India paper, j
eases in the United States, the cures ijjt, fjnio,, 0f the Encyclopedia Brit
must be understood by the public, oE-1 Un;ca tt pre.war prices. This set con i
cials point out. How to get the facts ,, in, 29 volumes weighs about 40 lbs.
across convincingly will be, one of the ' ,;,; about 30 inches of shelf space.
and contains exactly the same material
problems to be discussed.
Genera Pershing is one of many noted
men who have accepted invitations to at
tend. Pershing is expected to describe
the methods used by the military author-
Hies to protect the A. E. F. against distt
rase in France and later in Germany.
statistics of acreage are yet available, the
repojt.'states that there ire favorable tn-
Chartera Quizzes Students at
Mrs. W. W. Charters is visiting at Ste.
phens College for several davs in connec
tion with her psychological research
Although no official work on the problems of students' meth-
oas c: study.
Mrs. Charters met the girls ami. e-
Mr. and Mrs S. A. Panepast, 1117 Uni- i mea,
ond in ilie scries ot Chri'tnus meetings "eekvnU.
versity avenue, returned oday after a
fhe-monihs visit with relatives in tlie
East. i s
1 Judge (K. E. Porterfield, of Kansas
City, spent Saturday in Columbia on
business., He returned to his home Sat
urday afternoon. "
Mrs Tltomai E. ThompMin returned to
j her Iiuuh: in Kichmord after v failing her
sister Mn "G. D. Tliompson over tlie
Alderman Liam de RoUtc, Sinn Fein
M. P. for Vest Cork, and one of the
leaders in the
faced an interview
villi reference lo Lord French s state-
"Ireland lias ton many young'
said jMr. de Koine, it the conn
dications that full areas have Jeej sown, j plained to them the problem on which
" he is working, and asked them to an-
Citj feeeks Fraternity Lonclatcs. , swer her questions fully concerning 'he
Lcliers were mailed jesterday from ' easy or trouble with winch thcr vto-
the C"9mmtre'a' Qu' ,0 "W ,ne 'oca' I Stressed In their school work.
.Mrs Uiarters found tlul students srf
j dom know tow lo proceed lo grap a nw
Iirinmne the national conclave 1 subicct of stndr. Thv rln not tmAr-
of jni'i iIy to Columbia in eitlirr 1922' stand the tpe of mind they have and
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as tlie large editions
One dollar brings it to your door and
a few cents per day pays for it. De
not miss this chance.
"For further information see or write:
H. A. Mangan
402 Matthews .St. Columbia, Mo.
Is an ornament without
an equal, lt never deterio
rates and retains in lustre
through countless ages. It
is the one pleasure jou can
have without spending our
money. You merely in
vest the money, and your
gain in addition to tlie
pleasure; of possession is a
good percentage of v.aluc
We are making some ery
attractive prices right now.
"Gifts That Last"
1 est oirk, ami one 01 tne the Commercial Uub to all tne local .
icalldnpt to ditorce Ire-1 chapters of national fraternities and so
fcalt'from England, pre- rontjes urging them to lend ther efforts j
rview with the Lnllcd Press toward bringing tbf national conclave
which the association is hating this year.
The Presbyterian quartet wiU tsinp.
Mi Flankie Wilson will'lead tfie devo
K 1 a Pi pi '!csinnl
1 . f'-l r UJ J tUti u !' 1 ' '!
in 11- I. H Bailm! MinKv.oo ',
.Missocri i second only to North Da-
fii faTD thr wo k t,j ur d 1 )
I Jinstiaa (Jwri-i 1 1 1
jsjl as prejen! boil in . in
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mc sriiBi ii'issx-aiia.iwo.memneia. -iM?;"",j...ji.i?5"i"iii:isi.'.j2i.M
Ine facully.and with an en-oll-aco e f Heitman. KansavCity ;K DJSlcDonald,
UjC-Wjirtlmt i ni.i. JO" le 11,11. j? J 1 I an 'r n. -iior.ti.li -x.5. ,
si.fAmnsnit f j.m! f i.-k.i, !m 17') . L. T. .Noci, iuikio, S. Jr. T. Tackwood,
lOjirid owJpropertv val Led at $70,000." St. Joseph; XL M. Henderson, Coffey
Mis Altena llach. teacher of the
fourth-grade, oris at the Broadway Meth
odist Sunday School, took her class for
a picnic 'ftt Rollins Springs Sunday after
nnon. 1 '
"VOur gTra!ct problem," said Profes-MtrGIbb-,
acquainting tlie Unitersil)
studtnts wiili; our courses of stud). Willie
"the scliool is.not a part of the Unitersity
and our courses are not listed in the Uni-
tille, Kan.; and W. E. Williams, Butler.
3I.EN IN IUELANU
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
'Emlfifration lias Betli" Stopped and
1 a r Staff Correspondent.)
Cork, Not. 18. (bj maiD Thc
trouble kith Irrland U that tlicrc are
loo man) uunc men," mM LnI French.
i The are about ltie onU ord of the
try i to be kept purely agricultural and
Jnui jnuutr iiamiicappea b untair
British trade regulations."
For the moment, continued De Rol- j
etc, "the "majority of Irishmen are weld J
"cd together in-an endeavor to throw off
the British 3-oke. libor ia foirad baclj
ing a decree by the Sinn Fein parliament, f
namel), the onfer forbidding cmigratiyii I
hch on its face irt the present state of
indutrul dcelopmlnt is inimical Ui
their ivn interest.
Thcre U a surplus of' labor that can
nu be ued on the tiny farms and that,
norVs to the di advantage of trade union-
im. If emigration h completely re-J
stricted; it will mean 'the taring to the
n "jtherhoot1 .i fiim thous.ind rjung
uicai U bufufe the sSr iaaujll) tsojc'
from, thr .port cf Queensxoiij icz. mer
iea. " "
Mr. CLEMENT SHOUT, until recently
Manager of The Tax em Barber Shop, has
joined our ;taff of efficient barber, where lie
welcome!! all Iiib-raany friends and enables us
to serve better our rapidly increasing patronage.
IGER BARBER SHOP
Jm ivtas St. Louisjlawilirnu--
Judge Fred L. Williams, presiding
judge of Division No. 2 of the Misouri
Sjpremir Court, will brcomea member iif
the law firm of ilfle), Viclnlyre. liens.
i y i elxin of St. Louis. Twu members
Ut- ' i Hill
iH ' wl'y A. h ST v , HJH
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. This Christmas Gie Books.
Books tell it best when you wish
to express Fellow 'Feeling in a
Gift.'' Sec the Christmas Books
at The Missouri Stores for Sug-
versity balletm. the courses that we of. & Herbert Whiterwent ta Moberlr today.
ler may beFtai.cn tor Unnmiiy crediL t, j,rJ- T- JL Maugh3 T, jLTMaugh,,'
a wcnij-Pinrs(jiuui ui iijc nuitv miii
victory that are quoted in Ireland. But i of the firm are graduated from tlie Nrlrool
it a rare discussion of Irish woesj of Law berc. They are Joseph S.XIcIn-t
politicaL-jpr economic, where Lordfre and Earl K. Nelson.
tredited lon"arJ a Lnieritv decree.
fourteen Itours of which will be credited
toward an ,A. B. decree.
JUe ere njating an effort to combine
all religious t4odies in thi morement to
make the vorL inter-denominational. At
prrnt there arc thrcr members of tlie
'Christian Qiurch and onn member of the
lVobytcrianJ Church on the faculty. We
hiie eilended an iama'Jon to the Meth-,
ttdiftt and Baptist Qiurches to elect fa
teacher to represent tLem on the faculty.
IS NAMED 17. S. ATTOKNEY
U, JI. Enslish to Succeed AVhite as
' Assistant District Attorney.
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a w' ifCorce llivcncii-ii, wiiu was criuu-
(Hatcy. from tlni UnhrrMly of Missouri in
5-JJ399," has btti appointed asi?tant Unit
F. ZA Q,.,d .tfctrirt attnnies at Kansas
Jr.. left for St. Louis todat
Mr. and .Mrs. J. R.;Jordan went to
Centralis today on business.
G. R. Summers went to Sturgeon on
J. E. Sykes left tndayfor Poplar Huff
Datis Klas-leff-Testerdat foe Louis
ville. Ky o;ia'bn4n rrip
Mrs. Wells BarnetC left today for
ll tSaiy?u-& thegiiest of MrsV-sYilioii
Gray for the weei.
Miss trances Palmer, who has been
vi-iting in ColumbMV-teturneojJfcJ her
home in Centralia toSy. t w
I!. I- Wlhite-
George T. CoheadTVecrcta5"f ,lhi
International Committee of the lonag
Men's Christian Asciatinn, jwas in;CpU
id IWM. v y
.ay lArJtaday.i'or C3ark,
A Cut in Prices On
" Wo are offering a limited number of -suits
lu'bc nude up out of tlie pick of our finest
f.u)ting, to jour itidhidual stylcand measure
for as low as $50. Why get a ready-made
Mill that was made last j car, the style of which
has already changed, when you can get a suit
made of the best fabrics, with the .very .best
fit and workmauship and latest style? A suit
that you can wear with pride and satisfaction
' among the bet dressed women, costing as low
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til r Sterling Silver Gifts
Silver' is one of the most appropriate sifts. It
wears for a life-time and retains its original beauty
and distinction from generation to generation.
r A wide selection to be found at
& HENNINGER'S '
lmioTlcr and Tailor to Women
Auto Distributor Wanted
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aO U aarf<t
In Centralia .
Every (ounce of HP Flour & 1-eal flour rich in food
.value and' uniform in quality.
Our selection of 6nly the.
County and our system of millii
faclurc ot this suuremelj satis
ot wheat raised in Boone
mak;s possible the manu-.
A' large mqtor manufacturing association
wants live, progressive representatives in Boone
county to sell. a f ruck that has 91 per cent :more
pulling power, 36 per cent more road speed with
a greatly decreased fuel consumption.
Applications, with references, sent to "Motors"
care the Columbia Evening Missourian will, be
be forwarded to company oruponrequest,name
of company will be furnished and those inter
ested may. write-direct .:.-
nr Satisfaction for sale b all grocers or call No. 9
lltoneHJr Aj j I j
.Boone (uiity-Millin( and Elevator Co.
Makers of Red ling Feeds.