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Twenty Men Hold Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I TWENTY T MEN HOLD BANQUET Club Known As Student Stags Is Organized Organised at Hopkins Hopkin A banquet attended by bv twenty stu stu- students students stu- stu students dents representing enting the th University of Missouri the State Teachers' Teachers Col Col- College College College lege at tary Maryville Iowa State Col Col- College College lege Missouri Wesleyan and two high schools was held at Hopkins Hopkinson on Dec 26 John Edward former stu stu- student student stu- stu student dent of the University was chosen president dEnt and Lynn Mahan sophomore sophomore more mort at the University this year was wa elected secretary of a club or organized or- or organized under the name of Stu Stu- Student St Student u- u dent Stags 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

You dont don t have ha n. n to walk alk the streets st reet i for fr a Job U e Missourian Want Ads 1 TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE S LE NOTICE i WHEREAS Rosa L L. Edwards a widow by her certain deed of trust dated the day of March 1918 and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Boone County Missouri in Mortgage Record Book Bool at Page conveyed eyed to the i undersigned as trustee the following j described real estate estat lying being and situate in Boone County Missouri wit to-wit I Ten 10 acres the east half of the west w t half of the south south- southeast southeast I 1 east quarter of ot the northwest J quarter of section Uon 10 10 J 0 Town Town- Township Township Township ship Forty-eight Forty 48 I Range Twelve 12 In trust to secure the payment ot ol ola ota ota a certain promissory note in said deed d of trust described and Whereas said note is due and un un- unpaid unpaid un- un unpaid paid default having inK been made in inthe inthe the payment thereof Now Therefore...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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English Girl Does Not like Sorority Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

ENGLISH GIRL d DOES NOT LIKE SORORITY PLAN t Nancy Samuel Visit Visit- Visiting Visiting Visiting ing Debater Calls eds Co-eds Nice PREFERS BRITISH SCHOOL Thinks Organized Social Life Is Detriment to Individuality From the New York Times Returning to New York recently from a tour of Southern and mid mid- midWestern midWestern Western W stern colleges as a member of the first English university women's women de debating de- de debating debating bating team m to visit this country Miss Nancy Samuel Samu l. l daughter of Sir Herbert Samuel former Home Secretary Secretary Sec Sec- appraised the American so sorority sorority so- so sorority girl as a. extremely nice but lacking perhaps in individuality which she thought was as better devel devel- developed developed developed in the student in an English college than in the sorority circles of large larg American universities Miss Samuel explained the English system m of universities in which the students are grouped by units into severa...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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New Type Lifeboats Tested [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

1 r 1 New Type Lifeboats Tested T i j I II I H I 4 Recent sea Wa disasters dj have hae spurred sparred inventors I to experiment with new Dew i types of life boat Upper a German device devic The The Sea Sfa Gull boat inflatable collapsible being lowered into the sea Sfa by a regular ships ship's crane I from the S. S S. S S Cleveland leveland lower loner the th crew re of or the life-boat life pulling a man manIn manin In from the water to prove pro that the craft will ill not capsize

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

1 THE rITE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 7 7 1929 aoi oJ T The News In the Field of Sport 7 d. d O Salesman Sa lesnan Sam ByS By'S I rs Th TS H H u o WHO AS YOU t e aUT eReS ERS t T OUT fM EMLET lET ABOUT A oUT SLOW TOc oPt 1 OoT L ROUM P tn r e. e STE STE. FITS f Ou TIN 1 Ke Th P lOO 1 OTHERS Hf e. c Th To Vb see ER I TC P KES t NOT A t OR I IM IN 4 OR- OR C ce H o ei J iT I- I I t e 1 1 I 2 r h 0 0 0 o I Freckles Fre C kles and a nd His Friends iy By Bl TO DAY TUB V eNiT MAO TO AIM MIM X 1 SEe s TOOK roo AT MAVS Q A JOVE SOUR M J o. o I t 1 t- t I

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R. C. A. in Merger with Victor Co. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

p- p pIt It c. c A. A IN MERGER WITH VICTOR CO Yore More Than New Shares Sh Voted V otc to Replace Stock w fEW W ORK Jan Jin 7 7 Mer Mir hr EV of tic the RAdio dw Corpora ion c ct I rica ica a anci id th the Victor tor Tal l Vi It- 1 Ite a- a ae e e was is td ll UPIl it HI Sit Sat 8 t- t b by directors ot of but both com euni- HK here and in C in dc i tl M. J. J RadIo o Corporation ot d to shares hans sh tres to tu ex tx- tx 5 new Ei for foi old r n n n a li i n t for one for one bi h and nd 81 snares of ot 5 per rt lat cent u U 13 Preferred tte e holder of a shirr share har of i idor tor torn Q n i t b to trade trad it lor br a sh tire tireo h ro roo r o 01 Ne New Radio Common 01 one shut hn h n of Radio B Preferred aid a no j J. J Ic J- J Jt c MT t d tock L 1 to bi lt retired ired The he new nW R Rado d j Pi Pr h h is a i no- no nor value it tt a n pr r

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Diamond Fields Threatened [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

DIAMOND FIELDS IELDS S TE Til TI NH f El Mob in south f frka rs a m mils 34 31 3 A Are n Ani Arta for Public J JOHANNA cuu Airi-a Airi Jan 7 tUP i e t cf Jf if 11 i t t t te o worlds world's richest riche diamond dl was tai threatened b saturday unless the j African government gO accedes to th tod thI I deminds d to open thirty thirty- thirty four four acres acre'S of tile urea area ar a to the public Thousands of men gathered at Port Nolloth near n ar the mouth of the River on the west coast of Cap Ca Co Colony nv to attend a meet- meet n ll K Monday Reports said they thc plan plana a i mass nass charge charR and arid seizure of the I rich h land diamond f fields elds if 1 ift I t tl tile le dot does not act 0

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Will Sell Waco Planes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

III WilL S SELL LI UA iAO AO 0 PLANES I Aliton Flying Service to Be f One of or I Three e Agencies in Misouri Mi- Mi I The Th Allton Aliton Flying I Service r has tak- tak taken taken en over a i dealership deal in Waco air- air airI I plants planes recording according to R R. I- I F. F M Ui ry ery pilot and is entitled to sell P planes ane anywhere rt in Missouri Co- Co CoI I i is now one on of the three dis- dis dist t in ing points tor or Waco aco planes in inthe inthe inthe the the state stat Mr l Montgomery r ry said the theother other r two t being St St. Louis and Kan- Kan Kani Kana a i- i Cit CitI City I Mi Mr 11 said that thit the All All- Allton Allton Allton ton Flying Service Hice H ice had considered taking tul n over an airplane airlane agency for fors forn n s n time timp and finally hose those the thea a v vuo 0 as uc being lh best represents represents- nta- nta t t vr v of tit the t li light commercial commercial ht type of I incI inc I

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

i CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I 1 I J Cent a Word Vord a Day 6 Days For a Word i f I Phone 55 I I L- L The Columbia i 1 a ar r of ot The ACK at o i of ot N ta 1 paper Claimed Ad ng Ad Man- Man Mantre Me tre includes lead n news news- newspapers newspapers j papers throughout the country and ands au M s for Ita it aim ails the elimination rUmination of I ent and misleading fled advertising The Columb i M oher o num number ilan an all a wen well as i every ber beT of the th Association ors or to print only truthful Want Ads Ada and ard Will appreciate hang haIng ha Us its at attention called to any an Y R ad n t rot con con- conforming lanDing forming to the highest standards of or J. J J G. G D n. BARB BARBI IJ Investment Securities I Tub Tat Tiger lintel Hotel lIot J I lIt st Mortgage e 6 Bonds 04 3 Exchange Nat Nati I Bank ld Phone 18 2 Z REAL ESTATE WEATHERS RE REI REALTY REc I SPECIALS PHONE 72 WHY PAY RENT RE T vh wh when n you vou youcan can buy a SOW v 7 room 7 room bi b...

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Tex Reckard Dies Quietly in Miami Beach [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

TEX RICKARD 1 DIES QUIETLY LN IN MIAMI BEACH I End Came Sunday From Acute Gan Gan- Gangrenous Gangrenous Gangrenous Infection NO SUCCESSOR IN VIEW Had Been Puncher Cow Hunter Gold-Hunter and I Gambler NEW YORK Jan 7 UP The The sport v world lost one of its most cOlorful figures in George e L L. Tex 1 I Rickard who died early Sunday at Miami Beach Fla Fia of infection fol fol- following following fol- fol following lowing an operation for appendicitis I Today Toda the body of the noted pro pro- promoter moter was coming back aboard a fast New York York bound bound express to the I scene of his greatest triumphs An incurable romanticist who re retained re- re retained tamed in the high h moments when his vision of million dollar million dollar gates came true tru the same enthusiasm which had stood him in good stead in m the days davs of punching cow gold- gold mining and gambling in the Far West Rickard net met death peaceful peaceful- peacefully ly in tn his sleep sl ep His end came...

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Bulldogs Beat Bears 15-12 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I BULLDOGS BEAT BEARS 15 12 i Downs Columbia Five in inI I Hard Game I The Centralia Bulldogs defeated the the Columbia Bears in a basket baket- basketball ban ball game Rame Friday night at contra Ontra- I hi ha 15 to 12 People who saw the I iame ame say sav that though the playing was was hard and clean with both teams playing good basketball ba neither squad was vas able to find the basket I Angell playing for the Bulldogs I was high point man of the game with seven points Kennedy of the t I Bears was high scorer for his team with five points The Centralia squad was as composed lof of Owens Esteppe and Boulware for for- forI forwards I words wards Light center and j i Angell Ange 11 guards i Turner and forwards I Kennedy center Evart Jackson and andI Vandiver I guards made up the Co Co- Columbia Colu Co- Co Columbia lumbia lu team Dr R R. H H. Downing of Centralia refereed the game

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To be Featured in Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I TO BE FEATURED IN ARTICLE Marie Is Winner of 4 H 4 H I Club Girls' Girls Style Revue I Marie of ol St St. Louis Coun Coun- County ty the winner of the national cham cham- championship chamI I in the National H 4 Club girls girls' style revue will be featured in m an article of the March issue in inthe inthe inthe I the Country Gentlemen according to word received today by T T. T T. Mar Mar- Martin MarI I tin Un state H 4 club agent I Marie is the first Missouri club girl to win first honors in the style I I dress revue which was held this j I year in Chicago during the first week in December as a part of the j seventh annual national H 4 Club Congress

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Basketball Players Wear Goggles [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Basketball Players Wear Goggles e. e t. t i iq q 4 a 4 1 I 4 I S. S C iI 5 u I I I Four fOllows fellows with ith goggles arm arent aren't t found on OTt many man college basketball ba teams tam In fact fad very vrr r t few fp teams team have one ont player who has ha to wear ar glasses but toe oe ollege oll fr has four first string first string mm men on the freshman freeman man squad who fan enl fanI play unless they are arc behind windshields Th The four pla players pictured d above aho in the th guards they have to wear ar tc tf protect their glasses glaM arc art left to right Mark Blackman d gua-d Jam James s o ote j e- e forward Herman lI Brehm guard and a d C laude Ude Appleby AP leb forward f

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Big Ten Has Nine Games This Week [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

BIG TEN HAS NINE I GAMES THIS WEEK I Strength of Teams Will WillBe WillBe WillBe Be Indicated in in the theN Next N ext Six Days CHICAGO Jan 7 UP The The The second week of the Big Ton Ten basket basket- basketball ball baU season opens tonight and the nine games scheduled for the next six days s should be enough to furnish indications of how the teams t will shape up tip in the final standings The conference season proper be began be- be began began gan Saturday night and already one team has as failed tailed to live up to expectations That team Northwestern had sho shown n a a. fine scoring machine in pre conference games but aga Michigan Saturday night ni ht its offense of tense was wan stopped almost at will vin The Wolverines led by Rose their small small- smallest smallest I est eat forward won 32 20 Purdue opened its season Saturday night with a comparatively easy 32 24 victory over o Illinois Th The Boiler Boiler- Boilermakers Boilermakers Boilermakers makers have one of the...

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To Speak in Five Cities [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

4 I TO SPEAK IN FIVE Dr IL E E. E Jensen of Is Isto Isi Isto i to Iea e Jan 18 Dr Howard E F. Jensen Jens n. n professor or of sociology y at n t the University will wUI leave Friday I Jan 18 to mak make ad ad- addresses addresses dresses before the Council of So So- Social Social Social cial Agencies in five cities His Hj schedule is as follows Jan Jon i 19 Fort Wayne Ind lad J Jan m 20 for for- forum um urn at Fort Wayne lan Jan 21 21 Roches Roches- Rochester ter N N. N Y Jan Jin 22 Buffalo N N. Y Jan 23 Detroit and Jan 24 Louis Louis- Louisville LouisI I ville vill Kv ICY Ky

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Even Break in Big Six Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

EVEN EVErI BREAK IN INt t BIG SIX GAMES GAMESt t Kansas Wins Final Con- Con ConI 1 I test With California I Bears i Missouri ourt and Kansas of the Big Six biA Conference I balanced balanc d the four 1 games won b by b other Members of the 1 Bi Di Dig Six last tk by b losing lo two games game c each ch and bringing l the Big Six record for la last t week k to four games won and andi i four lost in intersectional j ion tion t The Jay Jayhawkers hawkers after a long lona trip I to the coast to engage the Califor Califor- California California California nia Bears in a three-game three series eries I managed to nose out the Call Califor- Califor Californians for for- mans 24 to 23 in the he t final game pm I after dropping the first two t o game J I to the Bears Missouri lost her only I two games gaines played losing to Butler I University on en Thursday night and andI i the University Un vers ty of Indiana Friday j night j Nebraska journey to Colorado and andI I I downed Colorado Coll...

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Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I Real Estate Transfers I William M M. Waters to Otto Stein Stein- Steiner er fr A A. on the Missouri River In FrI Sec 45 22 Henry O 0 0 Kohlbush and wife to Edwin W W. Kohlbush Lots Lota 26 28 and 27 except pt 40 it ft off V. W side Bide Lot It 2 28 26 Garth's Garth s Add Columbia Mo 1 1 Dora E. E Dysart et ct al to Ab O O. Barnes Barncs F E SW SV 50 20 except 1 I A A. A Jn in SK SE corner cornel also 8 Si V NW I 20 30 10 I Alexander Hicks and wife to Henry Logan Jr N 1 J Lot 18 I 2nd Add Columbia Mo I Columbia Savings Sa Bank to Edgar W W. Wright ht and wife BE I. I NW 1 ex except ex- ex exI I that part lying S S. and E E. of Cilvers Cil Fork Creek Cr k Part Pait SWU SW lying I N N. and W V. of said creek in Sec Bee 27 I SE 4 NEt NE SE BE 4 and E itt 1 I I A A. pt SE of or SE lying Iving N N. of said saidI j creek reek in Sec S C. C 23 all in Twp 50 O. O R B. I 13 containing t acres 1

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Stadium Debt Reduced $55,000 by Grid Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

J STADIUM DEBT REDUCED BY GRID GAMES Net Earnings in 1928 Season at M. M U. U Were W re SAW TIGERS PLAY Gross Receipts Breaks Former Re Re- Record Record Record cord of Net earnings of for the 1928 football season at the University I sity atty made mad possible the reduction r of the the- bonded indebtedness bt on the th Me Mt Memorial morial Stadium by and al- al of fur the th support of intramural al Which failed athletics t t Cr and arid u t other othet L I I I I u- u fits C C. L L. Brewer athletic director dire announced today Indebtedness on the stadium the th cost of which was as has ruts been bees L I reduced to with the application cation of this years year's which t I retired r bonds bond due M 1929 and 1930 All AU but l of 01 the the- original cost COlt COltof of the bowl was obtained through bond Issues s. s Last falls faUs total of gross Itou I receipts broke the previous record of ot Of the net returns 2574 I 1 was as paid to Centre College Iowa l State College Drake Un...

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Returns to Shanghai, China [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

L t I I I 1 l t RETURNS TO TO SHANGHAI SHANGHAI CHINA Miss Mim Margaret Marra t Powell M V. IT v. Grad osa Graduate Completes Trip I Miss Margaret Powell has baa return returned ed to Shanghai China after a trip tripI of o six months over the United I States on which she accompanied Misses Kwei Sung Buns and Kwei Ewe Clusen Ch- daughters of Cheang of the Wing Tai Tal Vo Va Tobacco Company who ho entered Duke University this I ft The Th Misses tI Cheang are re graduates II of McTyeire School of Shanghai and aad expect to spend four fous' years as sty sty- st 1 dents of Duke University Durham I I N N. c C. which was established by bJ the tha late James B B. Duke the founder of the American Tobacco Company mud and later la ter th British American Tobacco Company Miss Powell U Is a learner former student of the School of Journalism Miss Nan Eva Chang C who ha has bon been connected with the Shanghai office of the Kuo Kin MIs News Agency has ball ballI been transferred to whore where she...

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Cause of Wreck Not Found [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

1 CAUSE OF WRECK NOT MOT POUND FOUND Two Killed and aDd Twi T- Seriously In 18 Injured Near Cast Jad at St St. I EAST ST ST. LOUIS m. m Jan Jm 7 1 UP Cause Cause of the Baltimore Bt Umon II Ohio train wreck in which two tw men mer were killed and two seriously injured ed near here late yesterday was u un undetermined determined today The dead are James JImM Washington ton Ind md engineer and aDd C. C H H. James 55 35 35 Wa w. w lad Ind head brakeman brake Bert Chatin 54 Washington lad Ind lad engineer and Esa EJa St St. 3 Washington Ind md fireman were test net testing trig ing easily in St St. Marys MarT Hospital today but their conditions were ware se serious as- as rious physicians said wet The collision telescoped ed the two locomotives locomotive and hurled six x oars cars near near- nearest eat est the engines over a twelve twelve toot foot embankment where wheN they eI Ca CaI I strayed troyed by flee fire i

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