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HATS Off IN HALLS
UNIVERSITY 'OF MISSOURI AGI
SAY IT PREVAILS AT NEBRASKA
MIZZOU MEN THINK CORNHU8K
ER8 ARE COURTEOUS.
Custom of Removing Headgear Inside
Buildings of Campus Is Accred
ited Especially to Univer
sity of Nebraska.
Nobrnska, tho courteous! Nobras
ka, the school of gontlomeni Some
thing of this sort Is the cry that Is
Just nov startling tho students of
The Institution at Columbia Is in
the midst of n rousing agitation over
tho question of whether or not tho
masculine attendants shall or shall
not remove their hats while passing
through the halls of tho campus
buildings. By somo means unknown
tho report has reached Columbia that
this custom is particularly observed
at tho University of Nebraska and
the student dally comes out with tho
"In a communication published In
tho University MisBourlan yosterday
a 'Vlstor' called attention to a cus
tom In vogue in other universities,
particularly tho University of Ne
braska that of removing hats whllo
in tho hallways of university build
ings. Tho writer suggested that tho
custom bo followed by the men stu
dents here. In speaking of the plan
today, Prof. H. B. Shaw, dean of tho
department of engineering, said:
"I heartily approve of tho Idea.
Perhaps it has not been a custom
at 'iMissouri' to remove hats In tho
hallways of tho buildings because
there has been no place for the men
to hang their hats. Hore In tho en
gineering building wo have a sor.t of
place for that purpose, but In acad
emic hall provision Ih made for none
but tho patrons of the library. It
might bo hard to got such a custom
established hero, but I think' It Ih
Dr. N. M. Trenholme, of tho hiBtory
department, expresses these views on
f ASH ION ABLE
"In tho first place, tho Idea seems
novel, and exceptional. Tho custom
is not practiced in the leading univer
sities. It is no general rule for stu
dents whoso arms are laden with
books and who are wearing over
coats to remove their hats on onter
ing a building, and carrying them in
their hands, until a safe repository
Is found. Tho corridors are public
places, just as the lobbies of hotelE
or theaters. They aro breezy. And
it seems of no practical value tjz
students to form a custom of remov
ing their hats when it has no special
"In going to and from tho various
buildings, hats aro needed, and not
until students can bo in ono building
for all recitations will tho idea take
on practicality. According to tho ar
ticle published it seems that Missouri
Is standing out against the adoption
of a custom which is prevalent among,
most other .universities,' This Is not
the case. Nebraska is rather the ex
ception. And Missouri stands with tho
majority" of universities ln-reallzing
the advantages of wearing hats In
tho hallways." . S
By a Visitor.
Following is tho communication re
ferred to: S
i'To the Editor of the University MIs-
"In several state universities, par
ticularly' tho University of Nebraska,
it is thq cuBtom, I believe, for men
students to remove their hats when
in tho hallways of any of tho build
ings on tho campus. Here it is diff
erent. Tho flrsthing I noticed; when
'I came to tho University of Missouri
was this custom of wearing hats In
tho buildings. Somo students even
enter 'the' class room boforo remov
Ing them. Whyf shouldn't the Uul
verslty of Missouri follow the custom
pf other state universities?
, i "VISITOR."
Tuesday, 2 Some aspects of develop-'
jnont. J, Carol Knode. Student
Convocation, li a. m.
Tuesday, 2 'Lumborlng in Washing
ton," E. G. Polloys. "Microscopic
Study of Wood," Q. N. Lamb. N;
7 at 7:30 f. m. '
Tuesday, 2Sophomoro Election, -Memorial
Hall. 11:30 a. m.
Dramatic Club business meeting U.
10G. 11 a. m.
WecTnesddy, 3 Norman Hnckett in
Temple Theator. 11 n. m.
Senior play staff meets In U 106 at
7 p. m.
Wednesday, 3 Intdr-class basket-ball
game, juniore vs. freshmen.
Friday, 5 "Somo Aspects of tho His
tory and Geography o Disease,"
Dr. H. B. Ward. University Tem
ple Theater, 5:00 p. m.
Friday, 6 Pershing Rifles' Hop. Fra
Friday, 5 Inter-class basket-ball
gamo, juniors vs. sophomores.
Saturday, 6 Inter-class basket-ball
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Friday, 12 Junior-Senior inter-class
debate. Memorial Hall 8 p. m.
Saturday, 13 Sophomore-Freshman
inter-class debate. Memorial Hall
8 p. m.
Tuesday, 16 "Commercial Forest
Nursorles," L. O. Williams. N. 7
at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 19 "How May tho Spread of;
Infectious Diseases Bo Prevent
ed?" Dr. H. H. Walto. Temple,
5:00 p. m.
Monday, 29 Mercer, Y. M. C. A.
Temple Theater, 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 2 "The Problem for Euro
peans in Colonizing the Tropics."
Dr. F. Crolghton Wellman, of
Washington, D. C. Temple 5 p. m.
Friday, 23 "Social Problems In Their
Relation to Public Health." Prof.
George E. Howard. Temple 5 p. m.
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