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iwmrinam EviiKfisis&uiitifl, tblhssay. December 9.1920
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WILL SEND A RIFLE TEAM ALUMNI PLAN .A .MEETING
State Survey Shows 30 Per
Cent of Prison Inmates
To Be Mentally
Committee Says Proper Train
ing of Children Will
It. 0, T. C. Marksmen to Compete'at
National School in April.
A rifle tram will be tent to Caldwell,
N. J, next April to eompete in the an
nual matrli sprnritin. ., iiinmk af.na
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R. 0. T. C headquarter. The team
will be composed of twenty-five members
of the cadet corps and if they qualify
at that meetieywill go to Camp Perry,
Ohio, in Atignit for the final shoot.
Three companies already have teams,
and other companies are organizing
them. One much has been shot in the
range on the fourth floor of Academic
Hall in which Co. F won from Co. H. Co.
.M will shoot against Co. F Friday.
- - - Connghl 1920 bj J. 11. Donahey)
Kin you. remember the Saurday night bath in the kitchen? They have real white porcelain
tubs now with silver.trimrnings, Turkish towels, mirrors ho and cold.watcr and tperfumed soap
and you stand in 'the hall' in your pajamas and veil your head off and do get your turn after
MEN WON'T TIP THEIR
HATS; SO GIRLS BLAME
MANY THINGS FOR IT
Miss Ella Cyan, toeiety editor. 'II joa Aire iseifi 0 social eients 0 inter-
ert to Columbia and the Onivtriity. the M tcurua tcdi " appreciate it if you ui!l "courtesy becoming one of the lost
cell AVisj Frclt by telephone. A'o. 274. brtaeen' 1 o'rUtk am? noon, each fa,lar'-
- . , , . . - - ! Certain University girls contend that
Mr. and Mrs. -U. li. Jnnnvm enter-I l.icnanls. May .Miller, Lola crura. 111? it :. ,n,i ,), l .lj, B,-ni,u on!
t tn.wt ttw. f,lln,rln. trnwt nt.il'.nnpr la&l Piim-: CTirialinf Jaftj?." Alien Richard .l t .t.T': -'r1-'. L....ii2.r- r-M . 12'. I
nizht: Ralnh Loo mis. E. L. Khoades and 1 son, Anita MoOre and Mrs. Herbert
S. D. Cromer. : bnith.
Mrs Ccorge Helm.- 406' South JtinUfl" AllenC liichardson mil entertain;
treet. entertained at 2:30 nclockester- .''"&'" informal tea frirn 3 to S o'clock
There were fifteen guests ,.
the Vay the men students fail toi raise
their hats when they are-poVen to' by
According to these girls, the man who
does remember this little courtesy is in
the minority. Estimates of the number
who do not raise their.hats are from 35
tlay afteruaonrwith four tables si bridge. fSundar afternoon t . tho Chi Omega
t',r tm.l 53V .rnrilv ..,1 ! PCT Cent to .O pet ft. . ,, ,
HKtiiuma'Phit honurarv journalistic' i"il wliat the eiplanaUon.is the girls
The Van Htllcnic dinner guests at the
sorority bouse last evening were:
Phi Mu: Misc Uuih Esther, Evalyn
Frank, HenrietU Stewart and Margaret
Alpha Phi: Misses Jane Swofford,
Catherine Davis, Margaret Baiter and
Olary Bess Meseney. j
( Kapp Kappa Oamma: .Mise .iiarjonc
jHenr)-, Mildred Long and Katherine
1 Pi Beta. Phi:. Misses Mildred Hender
(eon, Nell.Cochran, Allinc ltichardson nd
1 Pauline Golden.
Delta Delta Delta: Misses Bonnie Mar
shall. Virgin TVhetton, Elizabeth Atte
berry and Theodosia Snyder.
Delta Gamma: Mises LueiUeCross,
Bemice Childi, Anna Laura Glaner and
Alpha Delta Pj: Misses .Gloria Kirk,
Floy Joslyn, Florence Fowler and Mar
Chi Omega: Misses Elirabeth IialU
Betty Johnson, Mildred Northcup and
fcappa. Alpha Theu: tlsie ,i-orneu,
W France Cook, Nell-Simpson jnd Amy
The Roond Table Club.entirtained the
following members of the Junketing
Committee at their luncheon at the Dan
iel Boone Tavern today: Charles L, Fer.
guson. Democratic representative from
Jtipley County, William Maurice Tur-;
belt. Republican representative from
Cole County and J. II, Brogan, Demo
cratic senator. The other guests weror
Senator Frank G. Harris Representative
Sydney Rollins and President A. Ross
sorority. j arc amc " f'"' ""' "' ,u
range all the way from the co-education-Dean
Walter Miller's Sunday school fal system as a whole to the recent pass-
class will.gne a .social at the Kappa ' ing ot the nineteentn amendment.
Kappa Gamma house tonight.
The Daughters of the 'American Revo
lution will meet at 2:15 o'clock Saturday
afternoon at the home of Miss Alma Wil-
tiitj. 131.1 R.mrv Ifln Tlipr will b
liisiauauvu i me viuvi? iui iiiv iuuiiu),
The Alpha Tau Onega fraternity an
nounces the pledging of Albert Dangh
erty of Fort milli. Atfc. and Colbura
Jonea of Kansas City.
The dinner puen at the Alpha Tau
Omega house lat evening 'were:'' Miss
Martha Sue Wood. Miss Martha Martin,
Harold Brictler, Colburn Jones and; Al
The Phi Mu sorority, announce llie-j
pledging r.f Miss Elnsbelh Ago-. ol
Pbe members of Gainma Alpha Chi. I
lionorary advertising sorority, entenajneo
at luncheon today at HaOTis'. Miss Floy
Joslyn spoke, to Ihe girls in regard to the
..,:.;,, nln adoottd by Mortar
BoUd for tlrs Woman's Building here.
Those presest were; Misses Louise wu
Fon,atherine Moore. Alfred A. "fnig"
r.,th Tavlor. FJiobrth Atteberry, Lucille
fCros. Margaret Pcabody. Ella Jyatt.
Murrell Glajton, Augusta spencer, u.
Prof. Waller Miller wjll entertain at
1 o'clock luncheon Saturday for Dr.
Louis E. Lord, professor of classical lan
guages at Oberlin '.College, Oberlin,
Ohio. Doctor Lord, -tHA talk at the
physics Building at 1:30 o'clock tomor
row evening on Greece, u01d and New."
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Severance wilf
entertain at dinner Tuesday evening for
Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Schlundt who
will sail January S for France where
their daughters. Misses Anna and Esther
will-attend school for two years.
New Recruitinsr Officer Arrives.
II. R. DoIIins of the St Lfiuis recruit
ing service has arrived here to assist
Corp. E. E. Himlcat the local recruiting
office. The record number of recruits
accepted by the St, Louis district in one
day so far this month i shty-seven.
which was .Mondays total. James i
Watt of Columbia enlisted here Mon-j
day for service in the Forty-third regi
ment of the Coast Artillery Corps, at
Camp Eustace, Va. He is a son of Mrs.'
Augusta Wyatt of Columbia.
To Attend Farm Congress.
E. A. Logan, agricultural statistician
for .Missouri, left 'for Kansas City yester-i
day where he will attend a meeting
of the International Farm Congress De
cember 9, 10 and 11. General economic
conditions .will be discussed.
! do not notice that the men do not
tip their hats," said a member of the dis
cussing group, but I would appreciate
it if they did not jostle me off thy walk
op Lowry street."
"You girls make ma sick," replied one
of the defendants. "You link your arms
together and cover' the sidewalk and ex
pect the men to get clear off the walk
and go around. You never -think of
breaking, ranks and giving us a slice of
the walk. We have to buck the line to
Henry Merkel Sells Farm.
Henry Merkel-sold his farm four and
a half miles east of Columbia to Turner
A. Smith for f6fi00 cash.
REPAIR SHOES ,
First class workmanship and
prompt service guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
810 Broadway Phone 315
Mens Belts Gold
and Sterling Buckles.
Suits tailored as decreed
by the latest fashions are to
be obtained from us.
Accurateness and exact
less in measure and fit help
make our tailored suits of
And our prices are as
low as is consistent with ex
The Only Ladies' Tailor '.Between
St. Louis and Kansas City.
Feeble-mindedness is one of the. great
est single factorsin hereditary (fanperism.
juvenile crime and vice, adult crime and
vagrancy, and the spread of venefeal dis
eases, according to eune)s made by the
National Hjfjene Committee,' carried on
in this state under the direction of Dr.
Thomas II. Haines, assisted by a commit
tee including Dr. Charles A. FJlwoud and
Prof. A. F. Kuhlman of the sociology
department of the University.
It was found that of the inmates of
the state prions 27 to 30 per cent were
feeble-minded and that of the inmates of
he training schools, reformatories, wark
Rouses and home of refuge 30 per cent
The survey of the institutious of the
state has produced some interesting data.
Hie industrial homes at Chillicathe and
Tipton and the reformatory at Boomille
were the first studied. Among the 235
hite girls at Chillicothe, 19 were founr'
'o be feeble-minded and 17 of border
line intelligence. Of the 87 negro girl
st Tipton, 9 were feeble-minded and 13
if border-line intelligence. Of the 409
white boys at Boonville, 33 were feeble
minded and 31 were of border-line in
telligence. Of the 133 negro boys a'
"ooniille, 22 were feeble-minded and 1
were of border-line intelligence. The
feeble-mindedness among the white boys
id girls runs about 10 per cent of th'
otal number. Among the negroes it i--lbout
15 per cenL The population of
he Bellefontaine Farm was investigated
md 7 white and 3 colored boys were
lassed as feeble-minded and 21 others
is of border-line intelligence. The St
Louis workhouse gave the following data:
2 feeble-minded and 8 of border-Iinr
intelligence out of about 145.
A study of the county almshouses of
the state shows 442 feeble-minded in
mates who are judged to lie congenital
defectives. Many of these are the par
ents and grandparents of other feeble
minded persons. In one of the southeast
em counties there are eleven inmates in
one almshouse, seven of whom are feeb?
minded. Five of these belong to on
family. Similar instances of inheren'
feeble-mindedness are to be found it
every part of the state.
The survey ha? gone still farther .and
has' aimed at the bottom of the evil.
"Proper training during youth and child
hood will correct the tendencies of many
feeble-minded delinquents with whom
our correctional institutions are now deal .
ing. The ordinary school curriculum lias :
been found to be ill adapted to the train
ing tf these minds. It is believed that
the proper administration of th: p-!i!i(
schools in Missouri will have much to
do with diminishing the work of the penitentiary.
. 1 have taken the agency for the Franco-American
toilet articles, including
creams, powders, perfumes, toilet waters,
in fact all their preparations, nemern
bcr this line of goods is sold only by
me as agent in Columbia. Call and see
samples and leave orders now. as the
time is short to obtain (he goods before
Christmas. Miss Jennie Harris, Boone
Building. Telephone 367-blact. Adv.
Odon Gnitar, Jr, Will Be Guest of
Ilonor in New York City.
The alumni of the University in New
j York Gty are preparing for an inter
f esting meeting on the night of December
17 at the City Club, according to a let
terifrom Oscar E. Riley. OJon Guitar,
Jr, of Columbia, director of the Memor
ial Tower and Building campaign, will
be the guest of honor. In addition to
launching the campaign for funds for
this campaign, Mr. Guitar will tell how
Missouri beat Kansas this year and give
other news of the University.
i A part of the evening will be devoted
i to a stunt, portraving the hobbies of
members of the association and their
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Gold and Silver Mesh
Bags. The fiest line at
Gold Knives and Cigar'
cite Holders. "
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On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week Hetiler's Market will conduct
a demonstration of Springtime brand
canned vegetables. During this demon
stration the housewives of Columbia are
invited to sample the Springtime brand
in our store and to take home a can
of baked beans, corn or tomatoes at our
expense to prove for themselves their
quality .and flavor.
Please do not send children to this de
monstration as we will bo unable to
"WHERE QUALITY AND SANITA
TION REIGN SUPREME" adr.
.All American and Best
Grade of Imported
Bracelet Watches in
Yellow, Green and
Christmas Is An Excellent Time to Help
Replenish Linen Supplies Which are Low
Madeira napkins, beautifully embroidered on the best of linen, are
priced at $10 to J15 a dozen. Madeira luncheon sets of 13 pieces are
offered in many pretty patterns.
Pure linen damask lunch cloths are priced from 13.95 to $10.
Lovely towels of huck and Turkish weaves in a wide range of styles
including embroidered ones, are priced from 85c to $1.50.
All danger of one's gift not pleasing is removed when Linens are
chesen. For without eiception women revel in snowy table-cloths, nap
kins, luncheon sets, centerpieces and other decorative and ueful linens.
Our wido assortments, tasteful patterns and moderate prices encourage
selecting Linens for many of the gifts on Christmas lists.
We are especially proud if our showing of Derryvale pure Irish linen
tablecloths and napkins. Linen tablecloths 70 by 70 inches are specially
priced at $14.95, 70 by 83 inches at $16.75, 70 by 70 inches at $16.75. and
70 by 88 inches at $22.95; Napkins 22 by 22 inches are priced at $ia95
Union linen pattern' tablecloths, 72 by 90 inches are prteJ at $&50
and up. '
Pure linen damask cloths, 70 by
70 inches, are priced at $7.95 to
povnv& &$tek I
The Engaged Girl
Will love a gift of' Linen to tuck away in her hope chest.
We are offering a very special value in a 72-inch'flne union linen
satin damask at $1.95 the yard. A 72-inch all linen damask is priced at
$2 the yard.
There are also eitra quality all linen satin damasks at $150, $4J0
and $4.95 a yard.
You will find many items here priced specially for Christmas' selling.
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Ivory Pyralin and
French Ivory Toilet
- We Regret to Announce
The Sell-out of One
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Varsity Day Program
-at the Hall Theatre, next Monday, Dec. 13
If you are planning to see the exclusive pictures, of the
Missouri-Kansas game, presenting in full all four quarters
of the game, play by play the basketball team in action
in the Rothwell gym, the Homecoming parade, ."Ginger"
Rodgers in "The Queen of Hearts and the Joker", Faucett
W. Ross, formerly of the famous Gertrude Hoffman Revue
-c- and hear the University GleeClub in. their first appear
ance of the season, we urge that you buy your tickets as
soon as possible.
On Sale at The Pennant, Harris,, The Palms, and the CO-OP
Admission, 50 Cents
Buy That Ticket Immediately
The Student Council
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