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V fe- UFIYEB8ITT mSSOUKIAlf, SUNDAY, MAY, 25, IMS. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Am Eraalar Dally fcy the StmdraU Im tba fUhl f Jciraallm at ttw CBlTarslt? f MliMirl. HARRY D. GDT Mtniglor Editor. Unlrertlty MUtourian Association (Idc) J. HarrlMn Brown, president; Robert 8. Mann, Secretary; Jamea G. May. Ward A. Neff. I'm I J. Thompson. B. J. McKay, W. E. Ball, T. 8. Hadion. Iran B. Epperson. Offlce : In Virginia Bldg- Down Stairs. Entered at the Postofflc of Colombia, Mo,, as second-class mall matter. WI5 IJf 12 INNINGS (Continued from page 1.) zick 5. Stolen bases. Gray 3, Woolsey 2, Hall 1. Sacrifice bit. Gray L Umpires, Helbel and Burrows. LOST GAME IN FIRST INNING First by Two Dollars a Year by Carrier or Mall. Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Colombia, Missouri. POLICING THE CITIES. Two progressive steps in the polic ing of cities have been taken by west ern cities sin the last two weeks. First of these was the appointment of two missionary policewomen in Tope ka, Kan. The se ond was the appoint ment of 1,000 boys as "Junior Police" of Portland, Ore. The policewomen are to aid in de tecting and rehabilitating fallen wo men. They have an opportunity for constructive, uplifting social work far greater than that of policemen. The boys arc to assist in checking juvenile offenders. Hoy street-loafers, truants and cigarette smokers will be special 'problems for the boy policemen. In every city are women who can best be reached by women only, and boys who can be saved by boys only. The addition of cither women or boys :o the police force of a city should make the force more influential and iow erf ul. That city which adds both joys and women to the police force a ill get the best and most efficient jody. HELPING OUR CITIES. Progress comes easily these days. One of the most encouraging of the nany changes that 1913 has brought ibout so far is the grow ing disposition f the people to face their civic duties quarely. This is a long step toward he redemption of our municipal gov rnments. Only by an intelligent in crest on the part of the voters can ho present misrule of our cities be limlnated. In Kansas City, for example, forty rganizations are taking steps to join i a federation for the improvement of ne city. Not a "booster" federation, ut one that will try to find out what i wrong with the city, and then rcm- dy that defect. Each one of these organizations had reviously been working for one or .vo measures by itself, but without luch success. No one class can ac Dinplish much without aid. In the lturc, however, the weight of the hole federation will be thrown to ard the improvements indorsed. The plan is not a new one. It has en tried successfully in San Fran- sco and Los Angeles. Springfield, o., is now trying it. If it proves jrmancntly successful, it will be a atlfying assurance that the people o taking an interest in their own fairs. Contest Went to Kansas Score of 2 to L Kansas took Friday's game by the score of 2 to 1 and with it went the Missouri Valley Championship. Both runs came in the first, a gift of the Tigers. Kansas tried to give the game back in the sixth inning, but changed their minds after Missouri had scored one run. Somers, the first Kansas player to face Angcrer, was walked. Angerer tried to catch him on first and Wool sey let the throw get by him. Somers went to second. Hicks, the second man up, knocked a hot liner by sec ond base and Somers went home with the first run. Missouri's lone run came in the sixth inning. After Hornback had struck out. Gray hit to the second baseman, who threw over the first baseman's head allowing Gray to go to second. Then Hall hit to the short stop who threw over first, allowing Gray to score. Hall took second on the play. Helmreich and Woolsey struck out, leaving Hall on second. The Tigers tried hard for a ninth in ning rally but were unable to get a man farther than second. Hall, first man up, knocked the ball against the score board in right field and it bound ed back, allowing him only one base. Helmreich sacrificed him to second but the best Woolsey could do was to fly out. Capp was sent in to bat for Cap tain Taylor, and after he had two strikes called on him, knocked a high fly back to second base. The Kansas center fielder, Duzick, made a long run in and caught the ball for the third out. Missouri. AB. R. H. O. Hornback, 2nd base. .4 0 0 2 Gray, center field... 4 Hall, catcher 4 Helmreich, r. f. 4 Woolsey, first base... 4 Taylor, CapL, 1. f. 3 Brainard, short stop. 3 Palfreyman, 3rd b 3 Angerer, pitcher 3 Capp 1 The Week in Society The Association of Collegiate Alum nae entertained the senior women of the College of Arts and Science, Fri day night at Read Hall. About thirty guests attended. In the receiving line were Mrs. O. D. Kellogg, Mrs. W. D. Westfall and Miss Lucille Keene. Fol lowing a short Informal reception, Mrs. Kellogg spoke on the work of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae and showed the advantages of mem bership in it sorority. Mrs. Darine Holeomb of Bowling Green, Mo., and Miss Alice Sparks of Kansas City will be guests next wrek. Mis Nellie Page of Marshall, Mo.. Is a guest of Miss Clara Dunn. Mrs. J. C. Jones entertained with a tea Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. M. D. Hunton of New York, who is visiting Mrs. E. W. Stephens. The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Bailey of Jefferson City were week-end guests of Mrs. E. W. Stephens. Mrs. W. T. Stephenson entertained with a card party Friday afternoon. About seventy-five a tea given by Mrs. Thursday afternoon, decorated in irises guests attended O. D. Kellogg, The house was and columbine. Miss Mildred Bell of Kansas City is visiting at the Delta Gamma house and will remain during Commence ment Week. Mrs. Vandewater of Greenwood, Mo., and Miss Nora Am- mermsn of Oklahoma City will arrive at the Delta Gamma house next week to attend Stunt Week. Mrs. Frank J. Grigsby at the Kappa Alpha Theta house Is spending the week end at Liberty, Mo. The annual mother's house party of llif Kappa Alpha Theta sorority will be held June 2 to 4. About ten moth r.s are expected to attend. Bid Is accepted It will enter Into such bond a" may be required by the Board. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids offered, (adv.) J. O. BABB, Secretary of the University. DO YOU NEED MONET! Money in any snm on Dlaaoatj, Watches, Jewelry at low rate f Interest. COLUMBIA LOAN CO. Gnltar Bid?., rooms S67-309. Mrs. Kellogg was assisted by Mrs. W. G. Manly, Mrs. W. D. Westfall, Mrs. C. R. Moulton. Mrs. C. K. Burdlck. Mrs. O. M. Stewart and Mrs. E. R. Hcdrick. Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity will give a dance for the alumni and ac tive members Monday night, June 2. Tomorrow, Monday, is the last day you can leave orders ror your cap and Gown at the Missouri Store, (adv) Miss Hedwig Meyers of Kansas City is the guest of Miss Catherine Wells at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A. 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority gave a danco Friday night for the Sigma Alpha Epsiion fraternity. About eight een couples attended. Miss Fay Jarman of Unionville, Mo., and Miss Jessie Raithel of Kansas ity are guests of the PI Beta Phi University Depositaries. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the un dersigned from any banking corpora tion, association, trust company or individual banker in the City of Co lumbia or County of Boone that may desire to be selected as a depositary of the moneys and funds of the Uni versity of Missouri for the two years beginning July 1, 1913. Such pro posals must be submitted on or be fore noon of Saturday, June 14, 1913, and must state the rate of interest that such banking corporation, asso ciation, trust company or individual banker offers to pay on the average daily balances which may be held by such depositary. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for $1,000.00 as a guaranty of good faith on the part of the bidder that if its Have You a Cap and Gown One week from today the bac calaureate sermon will be preached. That will be the first event of stunt week at which seniors will wear caps and gowns. Then for the remainder of the week you will find many occasions for their use. Your cap and gown should fit. If you try them on before you get them you know they fit. That is why sen iors like Co-Op caps and gowns. Co-Op caps and gowns have never been worn by any except Missouri seniors. They are carefully kept from one year to the next, right in the store. Hence they are only Missouri used. CO-OP -J Totals 33 1 6 27 10 3 Batted for Taylor in ninth. Kansas. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Somers, catcher 3 1 0 11 2 0 Hicks, short stop.... 4 11110 DcLonge, 2nd base.. 4 0 2 3 3 0 Ward, 3rd base 4 0 12 0 0 Bishop, pitcher 4 0 0 0 6 1 Wilson, left field 4 0 10 0 0 Buzick, cap., c. f. 3 0 0 1 0 0 Coolldge, right field. .201000 Ebnother, first base.. 3 0 0 9 0 1 CoTitinued War??i Today Call 360 for your Sunday Strawberry ice cream, and Vanilla White Eagle Dairy Co. Pearl Neck Chains SO MUCH LIKE THE REAL THING But at prices to suit your parse. Also GENUINE EED PEARL NECK CHAIN, solid gold clasp, for $10.00 Henninger's 813 BROADWAY niiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiJiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiLiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiiiinuuiii iCASHi Totals 31 2 6 27 12 2 Missouri 0 0000100 01 Kansas 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Secretary Iirjan says that tho day the boss is over. Perhaps he had mind the militant freedom of suffra ges. MAYORS BECOME STUDENTS. The country is much interested in o visit which the mayors of Phila- Iphia. Atlantic City and Pittsburgh id last week to tho University of isconbln. These men went to Wis- nsin to spend three days in the class om to get information on tho most icient management of public affairs, icy will study municipal government m the standpoint of university in uctors. The Unhersity of Wisconsin has quired a reputation for advanced Inking and applied brains. "Reach 1 the people all the time" is one of slogans. Its aim is to get in touch th the varied branches of human FLOYD POLE VAULTS 12 FEET ark Man's Record Will Not Be Al lowed, HowcTcr. pole vault of 12 feet even was- tdo by Floyd in practice yesterday tile the ball game with Kansas was Ing played. This will not stand as ccord, however, as it was not done competition. Tomorrow, Monday, is the last day u can leave orders for your Cap d Gown at the Missouri Store, (adv) FOB GRADUATION Dainty Little Diamond Rings FINE WHITE STONES $7.00 OTHERS $120 to $300.00 SPLENDID YALUES Henninger's 813 BROADWAY Your dinner today will be different if you eat here, a kind of dif ference you will like. We will have fresh veg etables, fruits, salads and several kinds of desserts. And meats, you can al ways get three or four kinds. You just order what you want and pay for that And our Sunday night suppers are different from the usual board ing house suppers. Eat here today The K Q At mm For your SECOND-HAND BOOKS ( at 1 5 fust off the Campus on Ninth aiiriimiiinmiiiininiiirunirraiumim An Accredited Junior College for Women Located in a University Community. A school with conservatory advantages in music the best possible to obtain. A musical faculty, carefully selected, and equipped to give the most thorough training in instrumental and vocal. An ideal college home for a girl during her freshman and sophomore years She can secure Preparatory and College courses, Art, Expression, Physical Edu cation, Household Arts, and Christian Service. A school that offers the advantage of small classes and close personal supervision. The student receives the equivalent of two years University work and is admitted to the junior class of the University of Missouri without condition. Unhersity activities, influence and social advantages are hers without the exactions of University life. For Catalogue and Illustrated Bulletin address: STEPHENS COLLEGE AND CONSERVA TORY OF MUSIC f jAFETERIA Saalcr Sim. Mcr. As The Town Improves ..so Hast the merch aHts' stores. They keep abreast of the tines. Tfaey mast pat up new bulldiags and strire to make their places more attractire and to offer better ser vice. ants' stores. They most That is why ire are putting ap a new build ing; ob Math street Bear Broadway. That Is why we are patting la the Most elaborate foaafala service ia Co-lonbia. DENN'S H ARMACY ClassjfieFlFanfAds. i u Missounan want ads is but a halt cent a word a day. They bring greater results in proportion to cost than any other form of advertising. Phoneour vvante to 5? BOARD AND BOOM WANTED TO RENT A five or alx room house, close to University. Ad dress H. D. Kearby, Savannah. Mo. TO RENT Unfurnished ronmn si. furnished rooms, $7. 605 Conley' phone 448 white. (tf) FOR RENT Furnished house during summer months; modern; within three DIOCKS Of University. Phnnn iiru green or address "B" University Mis- sounan. t DANCING lessons given privately. 505 Conley. 448 white. (d24) WANTED-Stnlema for private lea. sons in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and TypewriUng. Terms reasonable Phone 503- ' (tf) LOST A dart M., .... - Kollins Sprincs. last Tim ,.., ing. Finder please return to 116 Col lege avenue. d2l Columbia, Mo. WANTED TO RENT-tv!.!. house for Juno and July. Apply to W. W. Elwang. (d2t) FOR RENT Large modern well located house of 13 rooms. Good lo cation for sorority or fraternity. Call or address J. C. Schwabe. North Eighth Street, City. (m MI8(TEM.AWFnna WANT TO TRADE Four n! f. ior town property. Come and see us. uatterton and Estes. (dl4t) LOST-Friday night, a gold neck lace with five amethysts and one pearl. Finder return to this offlce and receive reward. (d3t) WANTED To help Phone 244 Red. with sewing. FURNITURE WArTOnr...-ii Wishes tO purchase hednvnm i ture. Not needed until September. Ad dress 807 East Twelfth street, Kan sas Cit. Mo. FOB SALE - FOR SALE-Modern 10-room house, sleeping porch, high basement with granitoid floor, large yard with barn, etc. Excellent location opposite State Farm residence. Term van, ,.,.- able. 811 College avenue. Phone 898 - (tf.) FOR SALE Ona Flpmlnt, mk fin ing table, one sewing machine and other household goods, all in ..n..t condition. 202 Thllly avenue. Phone '""a. (d3t) FOR SALE-M'odern six-room house on Rosemary lane. Not yet finished. Large sleeping porch, living porch and breakfast porch, hardwood floors. Easy terms. Inaulra nt w... t tt Crews, 600 Conley. rd6t, (d6t) FOR SALE Mnm .1- .. on Rosemary lane. Not yet finished. Large Bleeping porch, living porch and k vurci narawood floors. Easy terms. Tnnnt u t tt Crews, 600 Conley. ' mm FO SALE Sir rnnm n v . smoke house? ifiiv. i wrden; also fruit; paved street 1401 "liiusor. a. a. Keith, nhona 459.