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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

L t J THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR EXERCISES FOR GRADUATES AT MDTOMORROW Baccalaurate Sermon by the Rev Nelson Spencer of Kansas City Will Begin Week 51H IN SENIOR CLASS Will Attend Services in Cap and Gown President Hill to Be Absent This Year The Baccalaureate Program Invocation ly ihe Rev James II George Motif fcriptuial ReaJing by ihe Rev James II Ceorgc Prater by the Rev James IL C forge Introduction by Dean Walter Miller u the Iter Ruber Nelson Spencer II D Rector of Crace Trinity Oiiirrh Kansas Cit The baccalaureate address by Doc tjr Muie I iidiciic by the Rev Janet IL George The seierrty ninth annual commence ment exercies at the University begin to raorrtw President A Ross Hill tour ing Europe in become familiar with con dition tir viill face as head of the for rit department of the American Red Rims found the situation in Austria so serious that his return has been delay ed The date upon which he will reach ikis country has not been set Graduation exercises for the 584 me...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

I J W K PACE TWO Ijouis Plank Secretary of the Springfield C of C Tells Ways to Publish Reports PRAISES NEWSPAPERS Publicity Given Commercial Clubs Is Life Blood He Saj Urges Un of Paid Space far ywwr imiiceiien representing the dif- fyt tw IJease bear in mind that I afjesLutf of kullclins in this discus ia lie Mml m uvd in in broad gen eral ww cweriBg all the different isefte aotl imi raereiv mese nui arc piiaroL sctwTAmts favor BiTLnivs It it safe t say lint practically all chamber of romfnerce in tbe large cities Mux Hd u thrir members wmt form of IwNsHin many nuite pretentious issued hMBi moelhly or wrt Lly and it is also true that the vst majurit of eucli organ iaatiana m what we of the Middle West rait good sized cities at intervals filed or Hrglar use some similar method of Ijmhs Ilanl secretary of tlie Spring fl Chamber of Corwflerce today told tfce representatives here attending the eoavrotion of -the Missouri Com al Secretaries Association that the fxsWiritT given the comm...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

News of Columbia Society Miss Ella JTjaM society editor will appreciate it if you uill telephone so ciety items bcticeen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Jtr John N IMclier 1315 Wilson avenue will entertain from 4 to 6 oclock Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Ma son lltlcher of Kansas Qty Mrs- Palter son Ilain Jr and Mrs Giarles T Jack son of Chicago wlio is the piest of Mrs I S Hall In ihe receiving line with the Iimtess will be Mrs Mason ltlchr Mrs Charles T JacVon Mi Patterson Bain and Mrs Margare i Chamberlain Mrs C O Bowling and Mrs Sanford C Hunt will serve at the table in the din ing room assisted by Miss Juliet Bow ling Miss Anna Iape Miss Katherine Jones Miss Jean Bright Mis Catherine Ware Misses ltebecca and Lucille Evans Miss Elizabeth Black and Miss Rosemar ISelilirr Tliose ailing in the living room will be Mrs V S Hall Miss Oc taia Hall Mrs T W Whittle Mrs Will E Smith and Mrs J E Thornton In the reception hall will be Mrs J C Jones Mrs O B Ware Mrs Eramett Smith Mrs Alexa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

MMMMnHHHRHMMHMiHHM mm t fP PACE FOUR COLUMBIA h EVENING MISSOURIAN- SATURDAY APRIL 23 I92fc Mrs T R Spence of Dal business C fMULr M P I las on Tex will viit her sister Mrs Har - UNIVERSITY NEWS - - r V jLrt UffKRfa4fjRftSkW LfA ris daring the summer I W L Nichols went to Centralia on YJfCTbrrTCTJjferylt KiWpb HrfpMrE basineM yesterday Kf i v vlv li 91 v vJA -E JzssJr I - rfi flllfl 11 V vi - i - - y irr11 es I- I i f for Dainty end Summtry Frocks most attractive frock are made of dark Not long does the fancy of the onng organdies in which are printed huge ear snaiu linger on un taacia aresses anainowers or ngures otner delightlul but short lited The clever dressmaker ought o be iiopi oi me spring araroDe nut nen bIe to make a darling dress by she feeU the first warm rajs of the sun jng the jade green and -black or IJe or- her fancy turns to thoughts of fresh snge and brown and making the skirt in ginghams crisp organdies and fluff petaljike shape with altering petal of 0Ue and Mlse...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

r fr t Kansas City Agricultural Com missioner Addresses Del egates on Question of Farmer CO OPERATION IS NEEDED Chamber of Commerce Should Interest Itself in lure for Mutual Benefit llo lo Worls Effectively Willi l tie Fanner vas the ubicct of an address jiven b George W Csit this afternoon before the delegates to the meeting of Commercial Gub secretaries at the Dan iel Boone Tavern Mr Cans is the ag ticultural commissioner of the Kansas Gty Chamber of Commerce The prin cipal points he made in his tails were the jrecessit of knowing the problems of the I farmer and of encouraging any organi sations which will improve agricultural conditions The address follows W1H PROMOTE ACMCLLTLUE t UTijr should a clumber of commerce or commercial club spend money in pro moting agriculture This question is often aslrd by farmers and some times by members of the chamber its elf Ma I answer that by aUng why a clumber should strive to secure the location of a broom compan a cereal products manu factu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

m 3 f AH MCE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING WS made a betfcr ewnmnwralt a MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Misourian Publishing Associa linn Inc Jiy II lieff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacdi SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cents iinsle copies i cents Uy mail in Boon County Year 1325 J months 175 -3 monthi 90 cents ronlh 33 cents Ouside tlie county Year 450 3 nonths 125 month 45 cents Payable ia advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Enired as second class mail matter TELPHONENUMBEKS News 274 Advertising and Circulalion 55 M U PISTOL CHAMPIONS Not since the Univerit had three men on the 01mpic track team hare its representatives on such hifh rank among institutions as the pistol tram oi the R 0 T C unit has taken The lecal team has defeated members of ev ery team they have competed with in contests on tlie pistol range To excel at pistol shooting one must have natural ability practice and lire de sire to excel It is told that a member of tlie Miour...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

i CLASSIFIED ADS THONE 55 FOR SALE FOIl No 10 separator used less llian two months al 4 so leam iron grey mares full sisters I fifteen sheep 1 yearling registered Hereford Lull T II Groves R R No ltt G203 Phone 1321 EGGS FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SALE An Underwood typewriter in perfect condition Cheap Phone 1307 red T 199 FOR SALE Tyewriter in perfect con dition Has been used very little Price reasonable Phone 82 black after 5 oclock T 199 FOR SALE Purehred Scotch pup Brautifullv mailed 801 Collie Locust W 190tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SLE Good 7 room modern house 2 blocks south of Broadway Full sue basement Ijot 70il80 Price 4100 Carey S Frasier Phone 519 or 590 wbile 199 FOR SME Practically new 6 room bungalow with halh modern except heat paved street close to school Pos session at once 3000 Terms if de sired Carey Frasier Phone 519 or 590 white 182tf HOUSr FURNISHINGS FOR SALE FOR SUE J409 Windsor call 1320 green and male date J 195tf FO R S LE Beds drcsers student tables r...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 April 1921

fc t m c m 4 It S lr 6 i pace ncrrr Bettor Transportation Is One of Our Greatest Needs Said E I- Shectz to Comcntion BRINGS MONEY TO CITIES Farmers Opposition to Better Highways Due to Lack of Understanding of TJieir Value Tbe farmer i more reluctant than tlie nM ahwit town ii lining up foi jmw d road because the town men meet laeyiher more frequently and thrash out and ilww pdLhc matter aoco ding t K L Sliettz secretary of the Ex eisinc bftiwg Commercial Club in in delivered at the convention of the Mwouri Gimniercial Secretaries As- t r 1 t 1 aoenriian in the tiauroora oi urc uanici i OManmty in otMuing ls talk Tlie wording of my topic however which is How the Seerelarv May jpi taliie Cowl Uoads lets me out from tmder a big lead The subject pre sumes tliat we already liave good roads and if that were the case it is my opinion lux a good many cf we secretaries wauld In- obliged to develop a new line of en mavor in our respective organizations Hnwevcr since Missouri is jet in its is...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

t m fi ui froul I irsyer beiK In f t - y THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR f SAYS ALL LIFE IS A TESTING OF CHARACTER Dr Robert Nelson Spencer of Kansas City Gave Bacca laureate Address Yesterday DEAN MILLER PRESIDES W Graduating Class Attends Exer cises in Cap and Gown Opens Commence ment Week The Program Tomorrow 10 a in Class Hay exercises of the graduating class At the Col umns 11 a in Annual business meeting of Alumni Association Faculty j room University Library lji m Luncheon of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi societies i Daniel Booue Tavern lleadine for an appreciation of the of a continual testing of charac ter for good feeling between America tJ Ensland and for art in America Dr Kolwrt Nelson Spencer D D rector of Grace Trinity Church Kansas Gty made a slitting baccalureate address yesterday tominr in the liniversitv Auditorium be- fore the graduating class of the Vity and an attentive audience ol town ami I niversity people The seventy ninth annual commence ment exercises of the Un...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

Ei f 4 PACE TWO BUILDING COSTS REDUCED HERE Cheaper But Labor Is Scarce Building is cheaper in Columbia now than it has been since the war dealers in building materials contractors and archi tecta Iiere uy Unskilled labor is down fill uiiiL mtir li lca rriLllv It In needed all these vears In pile of these inducements to buil ders few homes ae being constructed now contractors add Money is hard to get and it is the general belief that juices and labor may even become cheap er Ihis belief m without much founda tion these dealers say li S Bill of the firm of Bill and Wal lace architects as that the house short age litre this fall will be more acute than it has ever been before if more homes are not constructed this summer He be lieve that a general building movement will Ie intituted among renters within the month Many hmvs hate been sold lalrlj and the families who rented them are homeless Many oU houses are being renovated again this spring In accordance with the custom which has gro...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

L H News of Columbia Society Mist Ella Wjatt toacty editor trill appreciate it if you trill telephone to deij itemi between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone Zli The caps and gowns seem to lend rn of dignity to every fenfo and every time one fees a cap and gown one feels the sadness of farewell for Columbians do miss the students Meanwhile the matrons and misses are planning many parties to be gitcn during the lull fol lowing the departure of the students The members of the Sigma lota Chi sorority of Stephens College will hold Initiation at 8 oclock tonight for the following Misses Frances Tedford Frances Harper Lodema Wilev Flcanor Kelly Lula Kerr Rachel Sicfkin Crare Erkelberry Olivia Noel Anne Ilayrj Lelia Graham Bernice Brurson Lib Graham Mary Hall Ullian Hartey Rhea Station Betsy Jenkins and EI freda Karte Mr and Mrs Allen Mack of will arrive tomorrow afternoon to be the guests of Mr and Mrs John Sjkes 511 Rollins street The Knitting Club will meet wiib Mrs I 0 Hockaday 505 Rollins str...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

C n fe IV L JZT I m fr W 3 i MCE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN PuMishrd every evening except Sunday Uy tlie Missourian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jay II Ncff Hall Colombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Sianacct IbCKlFlToN RATES Gty Week 10 cents single copies i cents Hy mail in Bonn County Year 125 4 month 175 3 montlis 90 cents ronlh 35 cents On riile the county Year l r0 3 nonths 125 month 43 cents Faable n ailvancr Jlemlicr Auilil Hurcau of Circulations Kiiwil as seconillaw mail matter teiipiione numbers Vews ilreilisins anil Circulation 4 53 rv P F f t F COLUMBIAS SIDEWALKS 1H2 linos of vlntc nails eatem in moti csjhs to the limit of Columbia and j Ixinter the wall - nWc frren jKtlav Infci cities of the same aif as ihn one -will feu nl osimjiklc a fvsicm The va1k birvvrrrr in man places are liaill SSJKj laiL Tlit cJTecU of wgitDcr ami lime rjn then Is only too jiotfa able In pmt cae one siile hasIDo ileepl as to male walling in the street preferable Columbia is a convention c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

r CLASSIFIED ADS thone 55 FORSALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE At a bargain new seven room bungalow one block east of White campus E A Collins 1203 E Broad way Phone ffl3 205 FOR SALE Practically new 6 roora bungalow with bath modern except heat paved street close to school Pos session at once 3000 sired Carey Frasier 590 while FOR KENT Until September anil apartment of 3 rooms and sleeping porch furnished for light housekeeping W IL Pvle 208 S 8th upstairs P 20O j FOK RENT Caragc at 1402 Bass call at house or phone Sty white J 198tf FOK KENT Choice furr srd apart ment of 6 rooms from June 20 until September 1 Call between 10 and 12 a m or 4 and 6 p m 1506 Rosemary Lane Phone 652 black K 189lf FOR KENT Apartment at 75 Hitt St Phone 275 green C 193tf SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED IIigh school and grade teachers Good salaries W O Mullin Manville Heights Iowa City Iowa 204 WANTED Office girl capable of keeping simple set of books miist know bow to take care of customers who call at office ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 April 1921

- 4 fr 9S fe fe PACE SIX HEADED TWO JOURNALISTIC ORGANIZATIONS Local Men Were Presidents of Miouri Press and Na tional Editorial As sociations TOOK EXCURSION TRIPS Writers Guild Meeting Annual ly in Columbia Requires Memiiers to Be Authors TV- Missnsiti Press Association is an old anawotM ami has had among il i Iots wJi prominent men a Champ CM aatl Carw FieM It has met r arww risnisi m Columbia and E W SVti Dean Waller Williams also J A I Mm II F Chddcrs O D fif J K 1W aiid the ttc CeL W SwJtA of Be kwI have been TV sjngnlsr imwr of iIdinf the pres idency af Wk this organization and thi rf NatiotMl KtHtttftsI Association be lasssrs t men At the lest meeting f uW kwer onraxsValiofl a banner an nounced the imtwr of Columbia from a UK Mr- as the sfeefeltfain of editors nrtenl Tampa Fla The Missouri Irew Association was m nil 1 1 Ma 17 1867 at Temperance Halt owner 4 Waningln avenue ami Niaih stars St Louis John I- Bittin aer the et Joseph Herald was tempor ary chalmsn ami J V Ilarrrtt...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

ll REARS FALLS ON BOY i M t t - i - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR ARCHITECT IS SELECTED FOR BAM BUILDING L Shepherd of Kansas City Firm to Draw Plans for Hadcn Construction Given 3 Weeks pi WILL RE TWO STORIES Boone County Trust Co to cupy Lower Floor Will Put in Modem Equipment S L Shepherd fit the American Fix lure Co if Kansas Gty has been select ed as llie arrhitcct for the rebuilding of the Haon iluilding W J Caitcr ad ministrator for tlie Carter estate an nounced tins morning Mr ShepherJ is prrparuig the plans and specifications for the building which he will hare ready it three weeks The plans will iIkh lie submitted to contractors for bids ork on the building probably will start abtut a month after the contract lias iK en let TV new Hadrn Building is to cost about 70000 It will be entirely new a tlie remains of the present structure wiU be torn down There will be only two stones the lower of which will be occupied by the Boone Gmnty Trust tympany and the up...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

tME n m PAGE TWO COUNTY UNION OF W C T U OFFERS PRIZES Contest on Various Phases of Alcnllfil TVilirf n Onon to Members of Grade and High Schools MINIMUM OF 150 WOHDS At Least Three Schools Must Compete and All Essays to Be Turned in hy May 15 The count union of llie W CT ij is offering prizes to pupils in the county schools for the Lent essir on different phases of the qurstiin of the use of alco 1ml and tobacco The following prizes are offered 10 for the best essay writlen b a memhrr of the senior or junior class of the count high school on llie sub jeet What a Year of Prohibition Has Meant to Our Country Alcohol uus UUUIIII1 or itlUIIUI 03 I - - -- -- -- - Trof S D Cromer returned today rom Harrison County where he has ben since Friday overseeing his farm A L Waddell went to Jefferson City today to hold a conference concerning wool pools Mr and Mrs John Woolfolk of Troy are coming here this week to visit Wjl lian H Norton Miss Helen Jackson of Hannibal came to Columbia today to a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

F sip hM - pirC t f Jip T - e C P News of Columbia Society Wiss FMa Wyatt society editor will appreciate it if you Kill telephone so ciety hems between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The members of the Sigma Nu frater nity entertained at 630 oclock Satur day evening with a buffet supper and dance Yellow jonquils mixed with oth er flowers in a wider basket formed the centerpiece for the table Mrs Inez dark and Mrs Harry Strasbtirg of far sens Kan were the chaperons The guests were Misses Martha Martin Modelle White Ethel Woods Isabel Slrocier Iieulah Lang Sue Boscnbury Mary Hess Mcscrvcy Margaret Fockler Lucie CIift Catherine Campbell Mary Stone Cladvs Horn Elizabeth Millett Catherine Ware Helen Wilkins Lois McCormick Ruth Caulhorn and Dora Dill Kellogg of Meaico Mo and Mar paret CoyI of Kansas City The Sigma Nu fraternity held initia tion for the following pledges Saturday night Hamilton lleasley ami 0cat Warwick of Kansas Gly Vernon Daniels of Beloit KaiL Kalp Iteed of Cape Gir arde...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

Kt I W u PACE FOUR IHE COLUMBIA EVENING - MISSOURIAN Iublithrd ererjr evening except Sunday fjy the Misourian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jay II efl Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacis SUUSClillTION KATES Gly Week 10 cent ingle copies J rents By mail in Boons County Year 3 23 2 months 175 3 months 90 cents rontli 35 cents OujiJe the county Year 150 3 Bombs 11 25 month 45 cent Tayable in advance Member Audit Dureau of Circulations Entred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMUEKS News J Advertising and Circulation 55 THE RELIGION OK SEKVICE A recent article in a religious month- dicuM social service as the modern xligion The great advantage of social service for the college woman is forth as offering free interesting and prompt aclivilv witluut profoundly en gaging the affeclions The impulse be hind the movement toward social service is taken not as the service involved but the ease gelling into ami out of the vork In case this lack of the purest kind of sincerity is ch...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

w u K CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 55 Fulton Mo FOK SALE FOR SALE Let WANTED TO RENT Phone 879 20t FOU SALE Good modern well built South side liome Between University and lirradway lf large rimms 2 bathrooms ht and cold water rji ihird floor Con ccte basement real and fruit rooms separate on paved street new garage Males money fur owner Address C care of Slissourian 20i FOR SALE Nice 6 room house with sleeping porch new parage big garden South side Price 3500 Weathers Hiitesidcs Phone 272 201 FOR SALE Almost new Coles Hot lllal kitchen range six holes Can be seen at Huletts 23 Sorc room call 527 white for particulars J 291f FOR SALE 6 room house pood base ment big lot Beautiful location on South side Price 6000 Weathers Whitcsidcs 201 FOR SALE New No 10 DcLaval separator used Icss than two months al so team iron prey mare full sisters fifteen sheep 1 yearling registered Hereford bull T H Groves K R No 10- C 203 FOR SALE Purebred Scotch Collie Tups Beautifully marked 801 Locust Phone 1321 W ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 April 1921

r P 4i PACE SIX HONOR SOCIETY ISREORGAMZED Kappa Tati Alpha Is Revived Willi Thirty One Char ter Members Kapta Tan Alpha honorary journal ism fraternity corresponding to Plii Beta kaifa in the College of Arts and Sci once was re nrpaninrd jesterday after n in she council room of ihe School I Jwuriii with thirtj lhree active member Kmw Tau Alpha was first organized in itte jnip of 1910 and numbers among it alanm members many men who were Bt nal prttMHBent in the School of JwHnalma hat who have attained mark ed woeeM in their profession after leav n school Among them are Ward A Nef wm f the Cotton Belt Farm Da8fc w awnaied Ja II Ncff Hill to the Seheol of Journalism the late J K CImmmsT who was the first professor of MhsHIMtng in I lie School of Journal- Mm J II Powell lice president of the As ited Advertising Claln of the W ftd ami imUMier of Millards e JJw Jewell Vaughn Bryant 11 SoU IW J Tlnmrwin Harrison ISfuwii J C VmUk - E Kane Dean Waller WiHimns Charles G Ross Frank I Martw E ...

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