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Piilhulinn Society -
Pius. Miss I'loka Hullook Sim-. Mr John Hoosk"
Union Soi-iety ,
PlUS. .J. P. Oa.MBUON See MisS'ANNA ANDBUSON
Dcliuii Souit'iy " '
l.'ttis. U. H Allkn mio. Hauuibt Paokaim
Y. '.v. (5. A.
Pits. Miss Mak Rhodks Sou. Mis'. MakiaN'Noybs
Y. M. C. A.
Pi'cs. Mr. 1) M. Davis Sho.
Pre?. Mis Amv Rhwnku Sims. H. G. Siikdd
Political I couoiiiy Club
Pre , D. W. Lamb 8h, E It. Pkkky
Pros .1. P. Camkuon Sup. It N.Poktbu
with thou) that it is quite easy to see
what can be done to aid them.
The work has been well organized this
year under the planning of Mr. Searson
and Miss Brunei-, and good results aro
expected. What is needed now is the
hearty co-operation of the student body.
This is a work that every one ought to
bo interested in. It not only gives us an
opportunity , for doing home practical
good while, in school, but it is just the
kind of work that will enlarge our sym
pathies and views of life. -.
We notice by the exchanges that Mis
souri and sonic of the other schools
designate the V.irsityboys as the wearers
of the "red and white." It is too bail
that the Missouri people are so color
blind. The. idea of getting retl mixed up
with scarlet and white with cream. The
person who could not distinguish the dif
ference would surelv lw unable to tell a
potato from ti "Murphy" or uSoplionwro
from a wise man. Perhaps some of our
own dear rooters have, been behind and
have worn instead of our ' own dear old
colors, Vert and white. We hoxo such is
not the case and we feel quite coniidcnt
that should thuy come on the campus
with such an outrageous counterfeit, even
the laboratory cat -would not recognize
them as university people. If we are go
ing to have scarlet and cream for eolois,
lot us wear scarlet and cream and not a
TiiRitK has been no more worthy work
undertaken by the students and faculty
than the College Settlement. Starting
as an experiment, the work has grown
until it now has both foundation and
deh'niteness. The great trouble of work
of this kind, is to find just what the poo
plo to be helped need.- The work of the
students among the people of this class
(has brought them into such close touch
, Ouii toam will have to work tooth and
nail in order to come iu sight of the
pennant now, Nothing short of an old
fashioned "three dozen. to nothing" score
against Iowa on Thanksgiving Day will
givo us a chance at the much coveted
trophy. But, there's the rub. Jowa sterns
to have, different ti.nbr than u3ual this
year. ttoretofore she has .boon the
weakest team hi the association, but thU
season Kans.os.and Missouri both have
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