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UNIYERS1TY MISSOURIAy, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1915
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Students From Japan, India,
Hawaii, Germany, Panama
and Canada, Too.
OKLAHOMA SENDS 30
Agriculture and Journalism
Attract Most of Those
From a Distance.
Hawaii and one from the Phllllpplnes
are taking work In the School of
Journalism. Most of the states, how
ever, are represented in all depart
ments and divisions of the University.
TO 1)0 ONE THING WELL
II The cosmopolitanism of the student
J, body of the University of Missouri Is
Jheen from a study of the enrollment
.statistics. Thirty-seven states sent
3 year. The nation's capital sends one
from the District of Columbia. Then
there two students from Japan; two
from Canada; three from Hawaii, one
from Germany, one from India and one
The representatives from the various
states come from, the extreme north
western part of the United States,
Washington, to the extreme south
eastern part of the country, Florida;
and from the New England States to
Outside of Missouri, the state send
ing the greatest number of her sons is
Oklahoma, with 30 students. Then
comes Texas with 19, Illinois and
Arkansas with 14 each; Iowa, 12;
Coloratjo, 10; Kansas, 9; Ohio, 7;
Tennessee, o; Lamuima, .uituisuu auu
New York, 5 each; Indiana and New
Mexico, 4 each; Nebraska, Montana,
Kentucky and Mississippi, 3, each;
Georgia, Massachusetts, New Hamp
shire, Louisiana, New Jersey, Min
nesota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and
Maryland, 2 each; Washington, South
Carolina, Vermont, Alabama, Florida,
Pennsylvania, Oregon, North Dakota,
West Virginia and Idaho, 1 each.
The School of Journalism and the
College of Agriculture draw from
many states. Many of the students
from other states and from the foreign
countries are entered in the Universi
ty for work in one of these two J
divisions. Students from more than
twenty different states, one from
That Is What This Business College
Alms to Teach Students.
To teach the students to do at least
one thing and do it well and to make
tiem bigger and better men and
women is the underlying principle of
the Kansas Wesleyan Business Col
lege, located at Sallna. Kan.
"There are three courses open to
the high school graduate," says the
president of this college. "You can
fluit where you are, but if you do you
. hut yourself out of the big things
of life. You can go on and take a train
ing in a literary college. To thousands
a University course is out of reach.
But, third, you can secure a business
training that will make you alert,
accurate and efficient."
The Kansas Wesleyan Business Col
lege is open all the year. The school's
authorities advise their students to
spend eight or nine months there, al
though many high school graduates
get through the combined business
and short-hand, or business and sten
ography in from six and one-half to
eight months. Their students are
taught bookkeeping, short-hand, type
writing, rapid calculation, writing of
business letters, spelling, commercial
law and other requirements .to mod
.ern business. Telegraphy may be sub
stituted for either shorthand or book
keeping. ' The school has regular classes in
character building, business efficiency,
salesmanship and advertising.
WHAT DO YOU
EXPECT TO DO
You can live but once. Make -the most of yourself, and of your
To do that requires two things:
First, you must get the best education possible. Does this not
require going to the best school in the state the one
which sets the standard for all the others namely the
Second, you must train yourself to take part in the moral
and religious life of your time. This opportunity is af
forded by the Bible College of Missouri in connection with
the University of Missouri. Its courses are credited
towards your A. B. degree in the university.
The BIBLE COLLEGE OF MISSOURI will train you for Sunday
School teaching. Christian Endeavor work, church leadership,
the Christian ministry, the mission field, or other forms of
Write for catalogue or further Information.
GRANVILLE D. EDWARDS, Dean.
COLUMBIA TO HAVE FOOTBALL
For First Time in Ten Tears Gridiron
Game "Will Be Played There.
Columbia University will have a
football team next fall for the first
time in ten years. Tuesday, April 20,
an unanimous vote was taken by the
university council reinstating the
game for a five year period. This same
body was responsible for the abolish
ment of the game ten years ago. It
is the belief of the students of Colum
bia that football at the University has
come to stay.
William Woods College
(A Junior College Accredited by Missouri University)
Best equipped School for Young
Women in Middle West
For 1915-16 Catalog, write the Secretary.
earn 20 of
what you are
Let us train
you now to
- W. Ransom, Pres.
Which Salary Do
Decide Now! w;.n
work against the competition
tnat surrounds you. using
cut one-nrth or your earning
ability or will you master
and put to use that other four
fifths that is wantonly -wasted
and never used by tLe major
ity or -workers. ,
Happiness, prosperity, inde
pendence and bigger achieve
ments await you if you -will
bring into light the 80 of
your brain and ability tbat
lies intne darkness now.
I4th and Grand Ave.,
has helped many to positions
and it can -help you
Mark tke position yon
want and mau ti
occt to me today
position I have
'marked with an X
Bookkeeper and Manager.
Stenographer and Bookkeeper.
Civil Service (Government Position)
Penmanship and Commercial Teacher.
C. W. Ransom, Pres. Kansomerian Business School
14th and Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
I wish to qualify for position I have marked with an X. Please send
full particulars and new College Journal Free and explain your new plan
of helping me "Pay Jly Way" while attending school.
Washington University Dental School
MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE '
This institution offers to the well prepared student an up-to-date graded course of dental instruction. When we say we are offer
ing a course second to none in this country, we are positive that our statement is verified by the results accomplished in forty-nine
years of continuous teaching.
Her graduates are, almost without exception, men of splendid attainment and many of them have attained to the highest honors
that can be bestowed by the dental profession. Hence, we feel fully warranted in appealing to the well educated young man who
desires ta study dentistry to become a student of this institution. An additional incentive to enter this institution should be found
in the fact that it is an integral part of a large ad well endowed university, which enables it to offer unusual advantages.
This institution holds membership in the Dental Facultjes Association of American Universities, which is composed of the
dental schools of the eigkt largest universities In this country. These schools are now working on a four-year curriculum, (to go
into effect in 1916-17) which will be the same in every particular, and which will enable a student to transfer (if he desires to do
so) from one school to another without loss of time.
The profession of dentistry offers opportunities today to the well equipped young man unsurpassed in the history of the pro
fession. To benefit by theseopportunities one must have a broader preliminary education than was formerly demanded for entrance
to dental schools. Hence, we are making our appeal to men who have had one or more years of college education.
Our classes are limited to forty-five in each class, which shows that we are much more anxious to secure quality than to secure
quantity. If you have made up your mind to study dentistry, why not take advantage of the opportunities offered by Washington
University Dental School?
A postcard addressed to the Dean will bring a bulletin and full information.
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Washington University Dental School
29th & Locust Sts. ,f J 2: Saint Louis, Missouri.
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