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THE COLUMBIA EVENINGrMISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1622
Yea, Tigers! They're Coming Home!
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Banker, the Captain.
Every effort is being made to make this year's Homecoming a memorable event.in the history of the Univer
sity of Missouri. Elaborate plans are now in development for the entertainment of the 20,000 alumni and vis
itors to Columbia. No amount of provided entertainment can, however, assure the success of Missouri's great
est celebration without the cooperation of every student in the University. A delegated committee can arrange
the details for this occasion, but the success of it depends on the undivided support of every student. We appeal
to you for this support We urge you to extend a cordial hand of welcome to every visitor. The honor for a
big and successful Homecoming will be the students. Let's prove to the old grads that the Tiger spirit is no
longer in a toddling stage; that -it is a f uH'-development of conscientious and whole hearted interest in the Uni
versity; that the spirit which lives today, has known no greater fidelity to the University and its traditions.
King Solomon at the height of his
glory never rode in a more gorgeous cara
van. The parade will mark a new era in
unbelievable spectacles. All the science and
ingenuity of the University has combined
to make this event an impressionable fea
ture of this year's Homecoming.. A super
parade, freakdom unexcelled, a dizzling,
dazzling review of unequalled supremacy.
The "Breeze Bug"
The "Breeze Bug" speaks the last word
in Metropolitan Frolics. If you can't
laugh, you won't enjoy it. If you can laugh,
you'll unbutton your whole face with roars
of delight. It's a gay galaxy of smiling,
giggling girls, combined with the best tal
ent of University actors.
Wednesday, November 29
7.30 P. M. Monster Mass Meeting Rollins Field.
Freshman Cap Burning Pep Speeches.
Calliope Jazz Music.
8:30 P. M. Old Grads Reception Rothwell Gymnasium.
Given by the Home Economic Girls.
9:00 P. M. Special production of the "Breeze Bug" for Alumni
ONLY. A gay galaxy of smiling, giggling girls
written by the authors of the "Ninth Deacon"
Entirely a University production, Hall Theater.
Thursday, November 30
9:30 A. M. Massive Parade Sixty floats, spectacular Memor
ial float, Veterans organizations, University band
and cadet corps, civicelubs.. Places will be reserved
in the parade for alumni organizations..,.. -,
11:15 A. M. Laying of Corner Stone for the new $500,000 Me
morial Building, no speeches.
2:30 P. M. Missouri -Kansas Classic.
4:30 P. M. Informal reception for Students and Alumni at the
home o&President and Mrs. J. C. Jones.
5:30 P. M. "M" Men's Banquet Daniel Boone Tavern All
men who havenade a letter in any organization of
the University are invited to attend.
7:30 P. M. Theater parties Fraternity dances club smokers.
Friday, December 1
"M" Men's Banquet
The men who attend this banquet are
men who have made history at the Univer
sity of Missouri. Traditions will never col
lapse so long as men are able to attain the
perfection in activities as have these men.
The spirit manifested by the students has
generated from the deeds of those who
have attained the. highest honors, in Uni
versity activities: All "M" men are invited
to attend the banquet
9:00 P. M. Razzer Dance.
Old Grad Reception
WHERE GREEK MEETS GREEK.
The old grads reception will give you an op
portunity to "swap tales" as in the days of
old. You have waited for this opportunity
for many years, dont let it go by now.
Your old cronies will be there, and they
will be looking for you. If you're not there,
they'll naturally think you have lost the
spirit of Old Mizzou.
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The gang that will "Eat 'Em Up'
To the Merchants
The Homecoming Committee and
the students of the University of Mis
souri acknowledge the support, both
moral and financial, which you are
lending in making this year's Home
coming celebration a success. Our
gratitude cannot be measured in words,
however, we pledge our fidelity to the
townspeople in the years to come for a
bigger -and better Columbia.
The Homecoming Committee
E. E. Dittbrenner, ChairmanWe are trying to give you the
best Homecoming the University has had. Address 819 Rollins,
telephone 1780 Black.
Prewitt Turner, Parade Every organization and individual
is invited to participate. Turn your name in now. Address 520
College, telephone 255.
Jack Spitzer, l)ecorations Rollins Field will be a veritable
illumination of the Tiger spirit. Address 909 University, tele
Bill Armstrong, Program Recorder of all the doings. Ad
dress 520 College avenue, telephone 255.
Irvin I. Femrite, Publicity-'Nuff Said." Address 906 Uni
versity. Telephone 403.
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