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EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916 NUMBER 241 I if l 9 7? n K BUSINESS MEN HEAR TALK Bf J, B, POWELL M. I Instructor Speaks at the W eekly Luncheon of Commercial Club. GlVLb TRADE IDEAS S.is Merchants Must (et Together to Overcome Mail-Order House. I l: Powell instructor m advcrtis iii; in the rtmersit, was the clnet speaker .it the Commercial Club luncheon at the Gem Cafe toda T C Hlarkburn tormer editor of Itlack- Burn (mi.. nt......... ...... i u of the Odessa Democrat spoke brieflv Prof 1. M Pi foe. president of the Commercial Club announced that be- . f .. . Uivoip.I 1 iwl T ditt. ginning with the next meeting, one knowledge Air Powell suggested as member would be in chirge W L , reined the founding of a business bu elson ice-president. is assigned to'reau in Columbia the meeting next Thursda Interests re the Same. Mr Powell talked on "Husiness Pre- In closing, he said: "In developing partdnefis He emphasized the inter- ' the local communit the interests of . !,..,, nf nil tlin finnnl it if n tnl uepciiiitiice-in .' i"i i-"i' " - ( minim mentioiinu me new viewpoint ol litisintss nun itiwaru uusiaess methods aid losses such as msur- ante bankrupt! v and dishonest mer- cliaiidisiug ( ifes llusiness Failures, The effect of business failures Mr "lienor service in salesmanship, in- i ,,t the ,,, slm,)le- jr0od-hearted lit Pow til discussed at some length He ' sufficient advertising or poor busi-, tk Ir, for uhom M)(1 ,,au b( en ,0(k gave the following ligures. "In 1911 I ess methods is not emiipped to ful-in in the retail lines of general htorCb. -niters and butt her shons. clothing' and furiilslnius. tlrv goods and car- ' elf " factor m the communitj's clown- ' pets there were VJ21 failures In'f'1"" 11 ; there were in these same lines 0Jt.f failures in 111:,. last jear. there were S.S74 failures In the last, five vears the number of failures in these four lines has increased at the' rate tif almost 1 OOo a jear ' "In Columbia m the list ioar we i have had no less than a dozen failures in at least five lines of retail busi ness Columbia should be an excel lent business town, for it has an un usuallv good trade terntorv and in addition has a tremendous amount from sthool and college population thrown in ' The question ot the effect of these failures upon the town as a whole and the reason for the failures were mat ters on which Mr Powell laid great stress He said 'When a business fails it il.ies hurt the town It un- dermmes the confidence of the com-' mmim ... nil rnt.ni business It mves the town a bad name with manulac- turers It keeps other business men f..n. ....., t.l,n.l no.-.. lit. n (1 fllC ..mi. KUiias i.uui... .-..... ...... ...s , counts nel the cut-price sales tnat usuallv follow a retail failure cer- tainlv do hurt the retailers in other lines of business Anil lastlj. it's an - other boost for the mail-order people, who are alreadv doing exactlv i per cent ot the retail business of this count rj ' ells of the 1 asiins. In .K. (muting for these failures, the speaker mentioned the usual reason assigned insufficient capital, poor buvmg too liberal credits These, however he discount etl as being onlj dI oft sons lack of proper investigation the market poor bookkeeping that failed to show the proper ratio of buv ing and selling and lack of efficiencv in selling and advertising In support of these contentions, Mr Powell read this letter written bv a Johnson ( ountj farmer who thought o'clock this afternoon and made the that town men needed an adviser as temporarj chairman, Ravmond Hob baellv as did farmers ins. permanent chairman The routine 'The towns have been kind enough work was started linmediatelv to give the farmers a farm adviser.' It is not definite! known whether and it does look as if the farmers or not nominations will be made this ought to do the right thing in return afternoon It is thought that some Whv not gtt together and emplo an radicals want Roosevelt's name plac aelviser for the town' The I'mver- eel before the convention at once, but titt might lulp and also the count the more conservative want to wait to court and the government .see whit the Republicans will do Mli.it the Farmer I hinks. 'Lots of business men in town don't know one, two. three The start su perfluous stores and often thev fail to raise a crop The attempt to farm the farmers and the fail to raise a or0), There is no svmpathv annum them anil the fight like i.its and dogs over a bone 'What time thev are not fighting each other thev are cussing the farm ers for patronizing mail-order house's, while their wives are up in Kansas I'ilv (.living folderols awav from home 'What thev ought to do is to pool their imeresis and buv in large lots. oa, ,0 coraete with the mul-order house, Z Ll,t to -et rid of sone of the wholesalers a"nd jobbers, e oi line wnoie aici u j and giTeVheir profit to the farmers, i and then the would not have to sit up nights and howl about the farm ers ingratitude in bu.ving aw a from home The farmers hate to do it, but tliej will in bpite of ever thing if the prices are lower Let the merchants get together." Letter .Mi mi Id He "taliiable. "Pcrsonall." .Mr Powell Mid. "I think this letter ought to be worth a million dollars to retailers because it shows trul a general attitude ot farm ers toward their towns The new attitude of the manufac- " have " time tor him He is turer also r.mie n lor mention lnh'mph a huh school i rincipal litre Mr Powell c counting svstems orig- matt tl b some firms were instanced in this connection The co-operation oi the I'nittd States Department of Ag-ot llim riculture and the Federal Trade Com- 'I lien conn-, the voung sahool-ttach-mission was also cited icr Xou -traightei. up join tie and Lack of standardization of products m.Ie a little not at her, but just in and processes, improper accounting! hei dirielicin Put there is no chance and price cutting, ignorance of cost she starts straight ahead and sails the ,(art of boti merchant and seller, uisnonesi advertising anti over- 'crowding of retail lines were all men- Honed as instances of the need of better business methods and business ., i mnf lion tc oml ntict itrtcfr ip ft rin are ............ . ...... ...o..i.i.. i. ... iiiimi-i-i anu townsmen, are mutual ami inter- tiepcncient , cne iamiiv wnicn iir - chases supplies of an sort abroad rather than of the local merchant to Ithat extent weakens the communitv, i i)efoie. ot the -stav-over' from wm i.ind the merchant who bv reason of, pr srimr,i nnt tu ,.. .Pt, ,,., "' " me utmost, nis pioper piace in i e cominumtv to tnat extent is mm ' lHMxr KM! It Vli.mi vii , I raiiiiiien ltepnii Kxlra Large ('rowe- fur Slimmer Session, If the present influx of student:, to the Summer Se-Mon continues, there is little doubt but that all previous at- ' tendance records will be broken. Of I tjcials of both railroads were of the (opinion that the travel last evening '.md this niornuig and afternoon were 'heavier than usual for the summer course A conductor on the Wabash was quoted as saving that the largest relinunarv crowd of anv .vear had arrived in Columbia last night All incoming trains carried extra , coaches, carrvinp not. however, esptciallv for summer students, as these coaches were needed to take care of those bidding farewell to the Cmiver-i sitj- Hut each train coming in was omfortablj loaded Neither of w roads repoitnl anj ......1.1,. nlllli.ttnl. .... j i . , 1 tf I 1. .. llln.ll w uui.it-, .........us.. -......,.., .... mg trains on the vvaliasii were eie laved on account of the heavj rain be- low Centralia, which made the going i , rather slow Observers coming from , the West weie treated to scenes of. regular flood times water in the i I streets ot the various towns, sand-j bags packed against the roadbeds and I jother familiar incidents . iMOOSE WATCH G, 0, P, Conservatives in Partv Don't ,ir . ,, . r. "x, want ioobcveu : iainc roted On Just Yet. , t'nitiil Press CIIICACO. III. June S The Pro- gressive National Convention met at 2 Journalism Professor to Ohio State. SKVTTI.i: Wa-h . Mine S Carl H Cel7 a gradmte of the I'nlversitv or Washington and now assistant profe sor of joiirmlisin at the 1 mversitv of'mps.... i..,i.a... . ...u .e... ....... Montani. will Ml a chair of the sime, While all the votes are not jet m a Ohn State I niver-itt next rank at t..,r This summer he will tt ach linceived and C I ,., ,r,,.,l,s, .ienartment of the I m- ... js...-. -. versitv of Washington here Miss ttilnia Hall to ttcd Imuglit. Miss Wilma '-tie Hall l well kiiawn former Columbian, who has resided m St I.ou'.s for the last ten jtars. will 1k. married to Frank Jackson O'.N'eill will .... . rl-. t .1. of St Iuis at s ciock lonigui ot me Kev W. S St Clair at the home of her sister, M.-s Sarah Hail '.01 North e.-itth treet tighth street. JUST WATCH 'EM COME IN FOR THE SUMMER SESSION Tlu lH'st I'iace to observe that most j lnttrc-tiriK specimen calltd the sum- mtr student K .it the Wabash and Kan stations First Horn the train is a tall lankv pe-son with hair turning slightlt rmj mound the temples He tame, a worn and bittercd siiitea-t' in one hand take a little w irk in "The ltod as Opposed to the Tongue m Handling Children" 'Sou will h.ue no fun out , bv like a full-rigged ship. Xext is a tiashlv dressed outh For him vcu hav, onl.v a glance he struts aiu, w,tii .ln 'at home air" he lias ,.identl bten lit re be fore. Then come, a seed looking lad with j .1 stiaw telescope traveling bag He' has his a lonesome forlorn look about face and probahlv wishes that he were back on the farm Your hopes rise peihaps ou can lind something I . . 'iniertsfug about him i Oil start lor- ,ini .md then voir I ' " ",r" ,"" -"' "" Ki-mim ott the tram jou see what jou have jb.en waiting lor-the tjpical summer ,.,i .i. i ..I., i.. i i l gin .vui uie gin who lias ueen neie 1 ..J w...., p.... You walk torwartl and tip vour hat. at the same tune taking in at craie ;Iance the clear blue eves tile simple jet attractive dress, the little straw hat and the wisp of hair that hangs ovt r one temple Her suitcase is el - DEFICIT IS WIPED OUT776 REGISTER TODAY Horse Show Loss Is Made Up by Guarantors Next Year's Is Planned. "All the bills of the Commencement , Horse Show have been paid, and I now have $"isO', which will be lefunded pro muse i;uhiuiui wnu maue up me uencu saiu e it. i noiusou. sec- retarj of the Commencement Horse Show Hoard, this morning 'Alter all the bills weie in. the ex - ipeiises totaled , . is 11 and the re- ctipts but slHTSI It was therefore lHcessaij to call upon those who had 1 siilisr riln'il tn tin irii.ir.iaitpe fund We I lol,ecte(1 fr()m tlleM. Jj ;,, Th,s $Vi in excess of the total deficit it appears now, ana ir the canceled checks piove that tills is surplus 't will be refunded to those who met the loss 'The gate receipts were ,I,Sil! Next jear we hope to avoid anv con- .licts with other Universit.v shin's and so make good the losses, of this ear. Next je.u's show will be bigger and better than this j ear's if we can make it so" iiinu 10 i.ih: in (oli'miiiv Ilr. ami Mrs. ( lvde hell Weil in Sim- pie (' rt'nioil). Mr md Mrs Civile Kellv. wlo tt.r- I married at 200 Kdgewood avenue it o'clock last night bv the Rev M. A llirt of the First Christiai. ''hiircn. wi.l live in Columbia The we!flii'g v.js simple there being no atienil .nt and no wedding supper Mr and Mrs T. C. Daniels weie witnesses at the ceremonv Mr. Kellv is emplojeel bj the Hudson-Phillips Automobile Companv Mis Kellj was formerl a student m music at Christian College SIMPSON IS 1117 lUU'k CVI'IAIN Muriel's ( haiiipimi Hurdler Is eivv Ofiitiallv Leader of I igers. Members of the Tiger track team, voting bv mail, have elected Robert m ijontj of votes have now been re- Hrewer announces that Simpson is elected Prat tic all the entire 1 91fi track team will return next ear and Direc tor Hrewer predicts another Missouri Valle.v championship I.I,. II. Ilegree lor l.ei... Miller. Dean Walter Miller ot the Graduate I.I.. D. Degree for Demi Miller. Cl...l tt I T'..,, .. .1. F tl.nl, mn cuu.,,, .. .t . nine...... . ....... .received the degree of Doctor of Laws from the I'nivers.tv of rkansas es- terelav i I'ertu. . denth heavy anJ jou know she is the one for whom jou have ben waiting bj the questioning a in which she i looking around "H"dv do" vou -,i "Cant 1 help 'J011 ln K0,u' wax?' t"ht "tarts hick and looks at jou in '""'pri'-e ii ufi-I would like to know the wa to a good boarding house ' "Allow me to aciompanv jou " "Why sn, I've never met ou'' "Oh. but Ou are evidentl not ac quainted heie It is not at all nttej sar to have an introduction tniJer such circumstantes." "Hut 1 can't go with a man I don t know " "Hut. mj dear girl, don't ou know we might staj here the whole summer and never met t each other This wa we become actiuainttd right at the start and wh shouldn t we'" With a fttling of exultation ou mo tice that she hesitates "Hut ah " You take her grip "Come, we'll gtt a taxi, and I'll take jou to Mother X She has the best boarding house ,n town." it-.. .i... ..,.. i,i . .... i.. .. . ..... mor rnntonnnn.ilitios nrn tliraun :lsi,ip and student mttt, student on terln of t,lllal foi(nvshi,, ((me jre laUKllu, . sSI1R1 al(. Jet.rt(, t ,om( t ,nr k,.i nf.n o,i ,,.. 111v, ,. ,.llr ... - u..fs.. ... .. ...... ...... j.. .. fv. .... .. waj just as this little girl might have done had she not met jou Perhaps when she leaves in the fall it will be the last time jou evtr s-ee her. pernaps she will return next jear and perhaps who knows' vou mav leave together an elonenn nt . nr mat. be next vear tliej 11 be throwing rice at vou Hutanjwav jou ligure it, a plea-ant acquaintance has started and ,jou aie satisfied Enrollment Is Nearly 200 More Than on the First Dav Last Year. The Summer Session enrollment in the I'mversit at 4 o'clock this aft ernoon had reached 7C, w Inch is ncirlv joo more than the enrollment ,r the first tlav last jear This jears increase will probablj go bevond the (H1 mark, as registration did not , stop until 7, o'clock this afternoon The total enrollment tor last sum- mer u,,s 1,114 This will probablj be cxceedeel this jear, according to Frank en..., ..!....-.. ......i.t-... ' " Is The officials ot the Universitv fear f .eel for some time that the recent fi nancial difficulties would keep down the attend nice this summer, but there seems to be no longer anv danger of this (;n; i sh IS MOULD'S ULIOUDS Miss ( lar.i Knaiisenlierger Hakes New Hark nt Seattle. Nash. SEVITLK. Wash. lune S Two f oriel's records tor vvonifsi have been established by Clara Knausenberger. cf Se ittle, in the touise of the annual women's track meet on Dennv field She added an inch to the high jump mark, clearing the bar at I feet 10 incues. ana cupped iour-iuuis m second aft the tune for the 100-vard dash, covering the distance in 11 l-" sccoaids Miss Knausenberger. who is spe cializing in the department of phv sical education, was the individual point winner of the mtet, with IT. to her credit Her sister, Hilda, won 10 points, i mining first in the high htii dles Roth girls were on the victo rious relav team lepresenting the junior class The new champion was captain of the basketbill team last season, and has been the campus track star since Iier freshman ear C. I-'. Inn ili-iit in I iiliiinlii.i. C K Van Cent, formerlv lnsketb ill coach and freshman football coich in ,.nnerslU an(- n()w ,ipa(, cf)ich mthe ROstock. which were sunk vhile ,nncrM of Te has retl,rneil trvmg to make Point Skagerak after the I'niversitv of Texas, has returned to Columbia Van Gent's stav in Co- I lumbia will be of uncertain length as , ,. , . . '1113 jii.iiis lui tiiu auiiii.iei uu ..in .si made He will probablv attend the Summer Session of the I'mversit Miss hirtlcj to Teach at Kavette. Miss Alice Hoone Kirtlev, a gradu ate from the College of Arts and Sci ence in 1915. has been elected b the li.mi - .l fi ci ll o t irttl llf TfltHttH HS . .....s...... ... -- - teacher of English m the high school for the coming jeir Miss K.rt.e will also do some work in the grades rilK ttKlTIIKK I .r ('luiiil.li md Vi.iiiltj CeiiMrtlli f ilr MiiUlit mil Frlil it nut iniiili ttniiLt In Mnwr iture I n sli tttst.rli ttlinls V'r.. .Missouri f.mtrillt f iir tnnU-bt mil Frl.lii ..i,t priil.il.lt riln uurtb ist pirtiiin, not imu.Ii cliaiut- In t. mn nir. 1 r. sh tw.st, r4 uhnis Wratlifr ( on.lition 1 In itmsiiirli disturb inii tliitmott.l ti I.ik.. Ml.hUin if tthi. Ii in. iitlmi wjs mult in j.st. nl n' report h is r. rutin. .1 in irlt Mitii.tiiri t.ut .it tht s,i. thn- it Ins illinliiKli.il suniettlut in tmri thi uisii-, lmin. Imr.isul iliit urn tt-nth m n it tin- nnttr It still. Ii..wtt.r, l.ii.v, ,, uiilt ,..,( nsiiltliu hi mis. t llnl in. I st,,rni w, nir in th. lipt.r lulf .f tin lisippi ,n, tliriiiulmut th. Ilk. r. i .it cut nt.r in st uf tl ist. rii st His I.'iins Int. i milium l in the upr lulf i f tlif Mississippi ill,;. m. I . isttt in! in Incline tin lik. s in ,1 ol,,,, ! n. mi ti th. Mluiti. (out 1 n i shomrs il,, ,H i urn. I in 1. i mil I ouisi in i I. ni.i riturts tirtulii n imilinii. ! Inn tl. s( ivon il itt r i- ton. r illt fiir ttiitlnr will pr. till in (ohimlill tin in vt t"' .r tlir.i ilits tlimi-li sh'htli iiiiv.ti.a init wintii ,inr J In tin first lulf of tin in it thirtt si I In. Ills I I.m ll llat l. I Ihi ln.Ji.-t t. linn ritnri in t'olninl.ii itist. nhi is th mil tin- limist list niht litis ,, pruipiiiiioii oi. l I tllto lilt ini.lilt ' p in ii st. r! it Is jm r int A t. ir i tist,rijt IN lii-lust iniiMri tin. wis ST. mil tin lott.st ti. pr.ilpi I Hi. .11 14 riir I ill mill. smi ros, toil it I ".ii t in sim sits, i p in Moon si ts morn rin Tf mprratnrrs Ti.iljt r i in Se 11 i iii s i iii Vl U In i i in ti i p m i in t.i j p in i.i FORT VAUXJS LOST French Admit Giving Up of Stronghold Five Miles From Verdun. lit- 1'iiiltil Friss PARIS, lune ! The I'n nth war hill that the presidential nomination ollice has admitted that Fort Vaux has will take place this afternoon or late bee n taken bv the Cermans tonight The leadt rs sav. however. that the platform will hirdlv be (I'lrin.ius ( l.iini Kurt a. reached until tonight I.OXDOV, lune 7 Fort Vaux. Iv- Harding has been made permanent mg some five milt s northeast of Ver- chairman This announcement was dun, which for wetks past the French greet etl with great cheers from the had been stubborn! defending against crowds of people tenlhc onslaughts bv the Cermans. at it was reported that Theodore last has fallen into the hands of the Roosevelt maj come from Ovster Hay lentous, according to Herlin The men to address the Republican convention, who defended the fortress to the last The leaders refuse to saj whether he surrendered to the Germans, who a!- was invited or not In a message ii captured a large nnmbei of guns, Roosevelt said he considered it his machine guns and mine throwers lilutj to address the convention and Cams of considerable proportions would do so if invited lij the Russians over the Teutonic Al- I The Republicans are getting to l.es, bv the Turks over the Ru-sians gether in an earnest eftort to clown and bj the Cermans over the British the Democrats Woman suffrage was are recorded in the othci.il communi- included m the platform after a hot cations In the region of Verdun vio- 'fight The vote of the platform corn lent artillerv combats are in progrt ss. mittee cm the suffrage question was while on the Uistro-Itahan line the ItiliaJis -continue to hold the u-trians from further advances In the fighting that is going ein from the Pripet Marshes to the Roumanian frontie r the Russians in their big of fensive movement have dislodged the Teutonic Allies from fortified positions and brought the ir aggregate cf men eaptuitel up to aliout 41.000 Tin J also have taken 77 guns, lit machine guns and t'l bomb throwers Among the men made prisoner are fiOO offct rs. As an offset to the Russian gains over the Teutonic Allies, howtver. Constantinople asserts that in Asia Minor, in the Kope Mountain district, the Russians have been driven tight kilometers eastward from jio'-itions ex tending over II kilometers, suffering losses of more than a thousand men killed and wounded The fighting m this immediate vicinitj covers a front of more than il miles, with the situa--ti favorable to them, according to Constantinople ('. II. H'hLKs HOOULD in .MrS M. I Dairj Professor Is Made a Doc- tor of Science. C. H Eckles, professor of dam hus bandry iiceived today the honorarj degree of Doctor of Scitnie from the ir.,,.. siii,. fuller-., nt Ames Pro- .. . ,.,,nj f,r.m thni fessor Kckles was graduated from tnat ynii io nmf w.is instructor there in ,,..i. ho,! r ihr. cneinisirt nt- u.is i.tJ ........ u-. .- dairv department of the Imversitv since its establishment m P'OI WlMlls LOss (IK IttO ('III isms (.' ruiaiis I til en" sinking of I utne and Unstuck Vitcr Itattle. Ilv I'nlteil l'ri- vvis,TKltPM lune S me c.er- nuns admit the loss of one large cruiser the Lntoe and a smaller one. trvmg to ma the great sta battle last week .... ,. . M, Im Crav-s U cverj Probable. According to Dr C I. O'Hr.van, one turn on the Spectator, a weeklv sc of the attending iihv sic ians, Tom Grav cietv journal of Tulsa Okla Misj has a ver good chance for recovery from the effects of drinking carbolic acid Tuesdav Despite an unpromis ing day esterdav the voung man is now s0 much improved that he can sav a few words aid take nourish ment .No definite decision - pos-i- ble however savs Doctor O'Rrjan until the third daj GAP. MAY NOMINATE Woman's Suffrage Plank Is Put in the Platform by ."Y-to-21 Vote. ROOSEVELT FO TALK? T. R. May Be Asked to Come From Oyster Bay and Address Convention. I'.t t nlttil Prts CIIICACO. lull Tit Ke.m'.'lcaii oak an adjoii.n- .National Convtjition mtnt at I :: o'cltKk this afternoon until I o clock, when the n solutions comuiittte presented tht drafted plat form It is hinted that th.- stanJp.it ters would tr to run through the noniin iting btfore anothtr rs.s1 was ctn It is believed, howevtr. that w there will be sonu- opjKisition to their plans (rowel (liiered at Km rj thing. Mf t'nile.l I'res- CHICAGO. lime htn the He publican convention was calltd to or der at 11 11 o'clock this morning, it was still raining, but this did not keep the crowds attav, anel more "pepper" was shown thin at anv time so far. Practieallj everjthing was loudlj cheered bv the audience i Humors are floating through the 26 to 21. Chauncej Depew addressed the dele gates, giving a plea for the national pre aredness. and the cheers nearly lifted the roof. SM.'M M's Ml PWHKLLKMC Defeat lplia Tan Ometr.ts 4 to ' for (nek ( haiupiiiiisliip. The Sigma Nu basebill te mi won I the Pan Hellenic championship jes- terelaj afternoon bv dt 'eating the 1- pha Tan Ome ga I to 1 in a pitching I duel between Hogg and Hi It r Hotli pitchers worktd wtll. t Tors being I responsible for mo-t of the runs The I batteries A T O 's, I'm It r and Farm- ei, Sigma Nil's, Hogg and "tddington fsterda's vie tort gives the Sigma Nil's posessioii of tin new Vi silver loving cup offered bv tin Pan-He Heme (To have permanent pose-ssion of tin (cup it must he won three successive times The Pin Camina IMt.is .ton the tup for the third time last ear rt suiting in the purchase, of a new tup for this i season Mitt m. r. school (.'Hwn'm.s i ttonien Ueieive Social Itnmitm De grees in St. Louis. A class of four was graduated last night from the Missouri School of So- cial Kconomv in St Louis It was the first commencement since the school was taken over bv the I'niver sit of Missouri The graduites were Miss Clara Tav- lor. Mrs Fannie R Price Miss Alar Raird and Miss Htatrice Hllb, George Piatt Knox, assistant sup nntendent of juiblic instruction, address, el the graduatt s on "The Call to Social St rv ice Diplomas were prest ntnl bj" the director Dr George H Mangold Miss , vans to TuNa Pajwr. Miss Anne Shannon Kvans who was graduated from the School of lournal ism last vveek, has acieptnl a posi- Kvans will be soeiet feature work telitor and do- In (.he Uereptimi I'eir Students. The annual rect ption of the Y W. C A and the V M C A for summer students will be held in the V M C A Auditorium at S o clock next Tues tlaj night .