Savitar . A CTI VI TIES If mBr JMP . ? SI >; Fred Eldean Mary Houk Carl Crocker ^hCemorial MISSOURI is to have a Memorial Union! A tall Gothic tower, higherthan Jesse Hall, will rise between two large wings on the East Campus,forming a lasting memorial to the sons of Missouri who lost their livesin the World War. It is planned to make the building the center of everyUniversity activity, and the designers have provided adequate facilities for thispurpose. A mass meeting was held at 10 oclock February 20th and the Memorialwas explained to the Freshmen and new students, the upperclassmen havin

Savitar . A CTI VI TIES If mBr JMP . ? SI >; Fred Eldean Mary Houk Carl Crocker ^hCemorial MISSOURI is to have a Memorial Union! A tall Gothic tower, higherthan Jesse Hall, will rise between two large wings on the East Campus,forming a lasting memorial to the sons of Missouri who lost their livesin the World War. It is planned to make the building the center of everyUniversity activity, and the designers have provided adequate facilities for thispurpose. A mass meeting was held at 10 oclock February 20th and the Memorialwas explained to the Freshmen and new students, the upperclassmen havin Stock Photo
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Savitar . A CTI VI TIES If mBr JMP . ? SI >; Fred Eldean Mary Houk Carl Crocker ^hCemorial MISSOURI is to have a Memorial Union! A tall Gothic tower, higherthan Jesse Hall, will rise between two large wings on the East Campus, forming a lasting memorial to the sons of Missouri who lost their livesin the World War. It is planned to make the building the center of everyUniversity activity, and the designers have provided adequate facilities for thispurpose. A mass meeting was held at 10 oclock February 20th and the Memorialwas explained to the Freshmen and new students, the upperclassmen havingalready pledged $251, 000 during the campaign of 1921. $25, 000 was raisedat the meeting in a few minutes. Carl Crocker was chairman of the 1922 Student Committee and FredEldean had charge of the campaign of 1921. In addition to the student subscriptions, $150, 000 was pledged by thealumni and friends of the University. The total amount pledged in the twocampaigns was $441, 000, and work on the building its