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UNIVERSITY JOSSOURIAJf. SUMAY, .MAY 24, liMJ.
1 I 1 i i M ! L t I ,1 si i i Lowrj Hall Defeats Y. 3T. C. A, 11 to 5 Students from Lovvry Hall defeated the Y. M. C. A. In a baseball game yesterday, 11 to 5. $4 1.50 dull kid and patent A Colonial Pump with long recede toe and Louise heel which is much in vogue U. II. S. MtlDUATIOX TUESDAY J. Adams Puffer Will Speak on "The Iloj and Ills Gang." The graduating exercises of the University High School will be held in the University Auditorium at S o'clock Tuesday night. J. Adams Puf fer of Boston will deliver an address on "The Boy and His Gang." The I University High School orchestra will I play and Miss Grace Violet Page will ising. .Mr Puffer has had a wide experi ence with boys. He has made their j nature a special study and has writ i ten several books on the subject. At Christian College Guitar's Hroadu.i'a White hoo Store I'ront TO RENT Rooms for the summer, single beds, tables, and lights. U00 S. ftth. Phone lull-White at meal time. C!03tf) Miss Cena I.ack Bryan, a post-graduate in piano, will present a program Monday night In the collecc audito rium. Miss Bryan will be assisted by Ah In I,. Barton, violinist, of the faculty. Mrs. George II. I.ougan of Kansas City, an authority on parliamentary law, was the guest of President St. Clair-Moss last Tuesday and gave an introductory talk in the college chapel. Mrs. I.ougan will give a Series of lessons on this subject at the College net November. A reception was Riven by the Phi Mu Gamma sorority Monday night in i the college drawing rooms. Decora tions of palms, and pink and white roses were usell The loggia, opening off of the reception hall, was trans formed into a summer garden, where punch was served In the receiving line were Misses Elizabeth Potts. I.ucy It. I.is, Josephine A. Pearson, Elizabeth A. Hall, of the faculty; Misses Lillian Dunn, Hazel Davies. representing tin sorority and Miss FOR REXT In June, for summer, Kranz of ste,,iielis College. ut summer rates, furnished apartment. A retllrn ,.. cortesv from the rooms and bath. Ideal location op- seniors to the juniors was eiven posite campus. North, east and west Tuesday night. A visit to the Star was exposure, .vi. &tewan, -iuo aoum jui maj,,t followed b. a supper at the street (207) Virginia Tea Room. The party was chaperoned by .Misses Elizabeth A. LOST Key ring full of keys, be-1 Hall, Josephine A. Pearson and Har tween IOC S. 9th street and University rjt.t Jean Trappo of the faculty. Librarv. Will finder kindly phone' Examinations are tlieduled May 2- FOK REXT To Summer Scl ool students, 3 very desirable, newly fur ' nished rooms on second floor, north 1 wist, northeast and southeast expos ures. Apply at 300 South Ninth 1 street (20S) sorrowed and worried as when by a more personal affliction a number of his relatives died within a brief period. On that occasion, between sobs the old gentleman would ask he really was gentle and loving in his profanity "What the hell they all a-dying for?" "The strike rather wore Itself out than was settled. But many a weary night the governor passed casting about for 'a body of resolute men,' as he Auiuld say to 'Cot' and Major Park and 'Cap' Jamison, his adjutant general. And bj the way, there was another sweet natured, line man who is also of the bigger majority now. 'Truly, it was a pleasant, happy life. There was gentility; and, within its sheltered limits, real democracy. There was' kindliness and hospitality. It nourished characters of delightful individual uorlli. One of these was Van Court Yantis." iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,, ,iori..Ai.is.M KKK HAS IIKST When "filler Brewer Met the Seout I'ltOWD , 99.! White. (203) The Cafeteria To Be Open This Summer Those who come to the Summer Session of the University can take their meals at the Cafeteria all summer. The average cost of meals is less than 13 cents Over 1200 meals are being served daily now last summer almost half of the regularly en rolled students ate here. To eat here the rest of the regular session will he a saving in money and time. The Commons Good Thingsto Eat Part of Today's Menu Porterhouse Steak Club Sandwich Fresh Asparagus on Toast Chicken Salad Fruit Salad Hot Waffles Fried Spring Chicken Kalteraufschnidt French Peas Schrimp Salad Cheese Balls Home-Made Strawberry Shortcake Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream Chocolate Ice Cream Fresh Strawberries and Cream Pineapple Ice Home-Made Pies Dine Tonight With the Other Particular people, at HARRIS' "WHERE QUALITY REIGNS" 16 South Ninth ,2U. Man) of the undergraduates will leave for their homes at the close. Mrs William R. Hunter of Itenton. -Mo, is visiting her daughter, .Miss Catharine Hunter. Mrs Robert T. Cook of llerrin. III. is a guest of her daughter, Miss Irene Cook. Eugene M. Kerr, editor of the Mus kogee Times-Democrat, Muskogee, Okla , has been attending the sessions of Journalism Week and visiting his daughter. Miss Kathrvn Kerr. Mrs. It lladley of Cambridge, 111., is at the College for Commencement week, the guest of her daughter. Miss Lillian lladlej, a graduate of the voice department The students of the homo econom ies department served a formal five- cour.se luncheon Fridav to twelve of the facultv and ollicials or the College. An advance display of ceramics from the Christian College school of art is on evhihition in the window of a Columbia jeweler. Examples or lustre work, etched gold, and raised gold are shown .Most of the designs are the original work or the students. Miss Elizabeth Potts is head or the school. The annual exhibit or the students in art will be held from 3 to 0 o'clock in the afternoon and at & o'clock at night. Thursday, May 2S. (Continued from page one) truth is making profits. If a man hasn't the ability to make ends meet in managing his newspaper he must fail or (ompi online with the devil, which is worse. Telling the truth and making a profit so that von can keep on telling the truth is as good a for mula as I know for the newspaper man to observe," pit vim: for kw i.uv ikax at in the Minnesota llean Tells of Regret Losing Dr. K. It. James. In a letter to President Hill of the I University, Dean V. It. Vance, or the School of Law at the University of Minnesota, praises Dr. E. R. James, who has been appointed dean of the School of I.aw here. Doctor James conies to Missouri from the University of Minnesota. The letter sas: "Here there is universal regret among those- of our faculty who have learned of Dm. tor James" resignation. He and Mrs James have made a very remarkable place for themselves with in the short time r their stay here. Both of them possess unusually at tractive personalities, and I shall be surprised if his coming to the Univers ity of Missouri dots not result in win ning for jour I .aw School the interest and support of the bar of the state, as well as of the students actually in attendance." 11914 Savitarl on sale at IHiAfcwii Store Wednesday, May 27 Watch for the Window Doors Will Open at 7 O'Clock 'illllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniH W'ASIIIM.Tttt I'. l WII.I. SI'KAK (.KYI'LK.MIN OK OLD .Ml .ZOO It VII Kditorial Tell- of the Hajs When Judge Van Court Yantis Lived. The following editorial, written by Dante Ilaiton, was published recently in the Kansas Cit.v Star after the death of Judge Van Court Yantis, a graduate of the University or Mis souri and a former teacher in the School of Mines or the University: "Thev were pleasant days in the lire of Old Mi77ouroh that Van Court Yantis revives -in recollection. Their recollection tomes with the death of Mr. Yantis. "Cote" Yantis is dead a tine, sweet gentleman if ever there was one. And jou may take it from one who knew them that there were fine, sweet gentlemen aplenty in the time, back there in Jefferson City, when Van Court Yantis was private secretar to Coventor Marniaduke. "John S .Marniaduke himself was cue of them. Maj. Tom Park was one. Major Ilobbs was another. There was an old Hungarian noble man, a Revolutionist of ISIS Von Kochtitkv Ciiiiously, except Tor his accent, ln might have lived all his davs in Sweet Springs or Favette. lie had the point or view. Ho even carried the prevailing title or the period. 'Major "These, and 'Cote' Yantis, are now or the bigger democratic majority than ever landed them in the stale's seats or the mighty The living, who still vote the ticket here, will not mind their singling out Tor tribute. "In a world or John S. Marmadukes vou could not have a liner, happier lire than that they lived and led. That the world was not all Marma dukes and Yantises was not their fault It was almost beyond their knowledge Vh people should be dissatisfied, the problems or poverty and class struggle and hate all such things mv stifled them or else did not touch them Thej were not states men ror a troubled world They were statesmen ror a sort of Spotless Town, where everjone has his happy, well fed 'place,' anil misunderstanding and misery do not enter In. "It was ironical of Kate, that Cov entor Mamadiike and 'Cote and 'Tom' and the others should have had to deal with the biggest industrial war in the history of Missouri-the rail road strike or 1SS0 with Martin Irons (as strike leader Marniaduke was a general or the Confederate service. Uut this was bejond him. He was as Prof. J. L. Lowe lit Talk at Assembly Tiiesda). Prof. John Livingston Lowe, who will speak at assembly Tuesday morn ing, is a widely-known speaker and wiiter on liteiary and educational sub jects, lie is professor of English at Washington University. His writings have been particularly upon the age or Chaucer. While lieu, he will make two ad dresses, one at Assemhlj upon "King James" Version or the Hible and Eng lish Prose Stvle," and the other at a joint meeting or the men's and wo men's English clubs Monday night. This meeting will be open only to members of the two clubs and their guests It will beat Read Hall Pro Tcssor Lowe's subject will be "Some Literarv Conventions in the Days or Cham er." The University of Missouri Summer School of Music June lit to August 8th An Eight-IVcefo Course in Voice, Piano, Violin and Other Orchestral Instruments. Kelley Alexander Basil D. Giiiiiith't George Venable . 'Teacher of Voice Teacher of Piano Teacher of Violin Tickets Monday ON SALE AT MISSOURI STORE AND ALLEN MUSIC CO. Single Ticket for 1 Performance. . . 50c, 75c, $1.00 Series Ticket for 3 Performances . $1.25, $1.75, $2.25 Ben Greet Players ! (With Ben Greet Himself in the Cast) On the Campus, if It's Fair In the Auditorium, if It Rains "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Friday, May 29, 8:15 p m. "She Stoops to Conquer' Saturday, May 30, 4:00 p. m. "The Tempest" . . . Saturday, May 30, 8:15 p. m. 3! s IF I -I i i