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First Douglass High Game Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

First Do Dou HUH Gaas The Tb Douglass Jab High School pla f its te teI I tint Jt game me of the I tomorrow night with the Blo ton ten IlL High School team in the Douglass Hid OJ at i I o'clock A preliminary gems game will wW be staged bk b bhe the he girls atria teams t ot of the two twe I schools

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Democratic Dinner Pastponed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

U T ln rr SPRINGFIELD Yo Mo laD 7 tUI i Because the principal ar San San- elect ator-elect a Charlea U M. Hay it M coo coo- o fined to his hi home in St St. Louis LouII with witha a cold the Jackson Jacl on 7 dinner of I the M uri Democrate was waa pott posed paned

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Valley Springs P. -T. A. to Give Play [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Valley v T. P.-T. A. A U GIft Play Hay HayThe i The fhe he young YO people of the I community are ats are a play Tro Tm Days Daya to Marry la Is lato Isto to be given soon lOOn under tinder the direction I of ot the Teacher Parent T

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

PAGE EIGHT THE THE HE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 7 1929 1 t

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Coast of Paving to be Presented [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

o COST OF pAViNG OF-pAViNG PAVING I ITO TO BE PRESENTED I Council to Hear Locust Re Re- Report Report Report SL St Improvement port Tonight The report port of the cost of the im improvement Im- Im provement of Locust Street between n Seventh and Ninth streets will be bf bet t presented to the City Council for approval at its meeting tonight and authorization asked for a special J eCial assessment amounting to 7 60 ex exclusive ex- ex exclusive of the cost of curbing on each front foot of property abutting on the improvement I The entire Job which was vas finished by Herbert Ra the con con- contractor contractor tractor in December cost This total is almost 1200 less lesi than the engineers engineer's estimate which was made before the bids were received rec ived The itemized account includes 1082 1062 cubic yards of a tion cubic yards of embank embank- embankment embankment embankment ment 15 square yards yarda ard preparing pre pre- pre pre- paring 2629 square yards of reinforced c...

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

r i If Jf you want to buy or sell some- some something something something H thing try Missourian M s Want Ads r H i I. I fi i r ALSO I L n i 2 PRESENTATIONS S O 4 L 2 HALL HAl L THE THEATER 1 A 1 TER fl FOX NEWS TONIGHT TUESDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 1 i Direct From New York I Talking All All TalkIng Picture MAT or EVE 35 l i 3 p. p ni m 35 3 C 7 9 George eorge M. M I. I Cohan's American All m. rican Laughing All-Laughing ft f f NOTE NOTE- Comedy omed 11 I VIT APHONE Imagine yourself yanked from your ou s small all town to t n moor moor- moorings H Talking and Sound Pic- Pic ings and nd turned t loose I e among amon New Yorks York's or s millionaires 4 1 t tares lures can only be seen at Theres There's s fun un mischief romance in this hilarious comedy iB this theater by b the th irrepressible Yankee who ho knows knos the Yankee mind like nobody else I I i t f ITS IT'S TALKING ALL-TALKING AND LAUGHING ALL-LAUGHING t Ri L. L i M SEE EE A AND HEAR t Ii THE lION HONE TOWN IRS ERS...

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Crew of the Question Mark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Crew of the Question Mark I I. I f I t. t r t S SS S jv S 5 7 6 I Herr here l is the daring err crew of the army arm transport tran port Question Mark ark is i i out to establish a new world orld record ord I for sustained flight ht by bv refueling lin their ship hip in mid-air mid fr fram im a supply plane plant flying above r From left Ifft to right I Maj 1 Carl arl an commander omma of the ship C apt Ira C C. C Faker 1 II If A. A El Elwood wood Quesada and Sert Roy HOOT HOOf Designers equipped the th big plane with Ith narrow catwalks U o Sergeant 1100 Hooe the tit mechanic m I and could get Itt out to make motor repairs r during flight

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On the University Campuses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I L On The University Campuses I I I Politician Proves to toBe toBe toBe Be Better Weather WeatherMan WeatherMan WeatherMan Man Than a Debater I I Vincil Harmon president president vice of i the Student St Government Go Association Addition A I and John Thorny member r of the debate squad both Chi Alpha Chis spent the week-end week at the Scout Cabin on the outskirts of Columbia Harmon and Thorny Thomy left late Sat Sat- Saturday SatI Saturday night the the- former armed with sheepskin and three army blankets I Thorny considered as somewhat of a weather prophet went in riding r din habit and sweater eater 5 sans overcoat and with one large quilt When I 3 see se that old ring ling round I the moon it means but one on thing said Thorny A nice cool night for forus forus us u. in the th cabin no snow no rio freeze Today Thorny has lias relinquished all claims to predicting ram rain or shine In company with Harmon he man man- managed managed managed aged to reach his fraternity house ali...

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Students Play Flagmen [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

ST DENTS DESTS PLAN FLAG ES i i I Bob McCall 1 all and Olin OUn Wineland i Stop Oklahoma-Bound Oklahoma Train I Bob McCall and Olin Wineland students in the School of Journal Journal- Journalism I tam ism had to nag Hag their own train tram tramon Ion on their way home for the Christ Christ- Christmas ChristI Christmas I mas holidays After waiting wa in an hour and a half hal I at night at McBaine for the Okla Okla- Oklahoma homa horna train tram they discovered that I their tram train stopped only on the sig signal sig- sig i I nal isal and that there was nobody at atthe atthe atthe the station to flag the thc traIn tram f Wineland acted as torch-bearer torch I and when wh n the headlight of the lo locomotive 10 I c appeared he touched a ai i match to the bundle of papers he hei i had piled pile on the southbound track The improvised flare warned the engineer en en- engineer to stop Meanwhile McCall had rushed hed down the tracks toward the engine waving his hands The train pulled ...

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Cleaner Truck Turns Taxi [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

CLEANER CLEASER TRUCK TURNS TAXI I I Early Classes and Sleepy eds Co Main Cause Catte for hang Change Jack Daily Dallys s delivery truck stopped stop d din in front of Jesse Hall Ha 11 the driver got down and walked to the thc back Students hurrying past paid little att though sonic some ol of 0 them I thought it tunny funny for freshly pressed I I suits stilts to be delivered at Jes Jesse e Hall I S I He opened the door reached in inside In- In Inside inside side and anti courteously lv assisted to the I ground a giggling ed co-ed who spilled her r books in the snow and streamed screamed back toward the th true trUl C mon quick theres there's s the 8 o o'clock clock bell btU bellAnd S And out of the truck poured girls of all sizes wrapping their fur coats couts more Inore ti tightly about theta them They streamed up the steps way way- waving wain ing in and calling thanks to the grin grin- grinning grin grin- grinning ning tang driver who had picked d them t up ill struggling throu...

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Dr. H. S. Reed to Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

i i I DR H. H S. S REEl RE TO T RE REF I F Former ormer M. M I. I t t. t Faculty acuity Member l Will ill WillS ill S Speak Here re Tonight Toni ht Dr H H. S S. Reed under the auspices of of the soci t of Sigma Xi will lec lecture l c- c ture tonight at 8 o clock o'clock in the New Chemistry Building B on The Nature 1 Jl if the Growth Di Dr Reed R d was v a i of ot the faculty of the University Utu of Missouri and and is now connected w th thi th thI i I the citrus cirrus experiment station of the University of California at Ra

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Religious Council Discusses Plans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Religious lious C Discusses Plans The regu lr monthly meeting of Boone County Council of Religious Reli Reli- Education was held yesterday afternoon at the Baptist Church at which wh ch time general plans for religious education in m Columbia for the corn com coming corning S ing InK months were discussed discuss d The meeting was the first fir t in two months

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Hirth to Talk over WOS [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I TO TALK T. OVER OER OS Will Give Series ri of or Addressee Addresses Be Be- Beginning ginning inning Tonight 1 William Hirth of Columbia pub pub- publisher publisher lisher of ot the Missouri lt s uri Farmer and chairman of the Corn Belt Commit Commit- Committee tee iSee will give a series senes of addresses over o was at Jefferson City to- to ton n Wednesday ht Friday and Jan 14 16 and 21 21 all beginning at 8 o o'clock clock in the evening The subject of the first address is The Great at Crisis of American Ag- Ag Agriculture AgI He lie delivered a similar I series ol of t talks over on WO last spring I Junior lUgh JI h Faculty to Meet Ifft MeetA I A me nu t tv r. r of the Jefferson High School members will be held heldI at 3 o k tomorrow afternoon in inthe inthe I the school building I Lost anything anY hing Phone h 55 5

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Gets Rabbit and Quail with I Shot [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Gets Rabbit and Quail With 1 Shot FRESNO Cal D. U P D L L. LDavis Davis Da vis of this his t town is noted as asa asa asa a good marksman with wah a shot gun He Hp seldom wastes a shell But Hut Davis is surprised even him him- himself himself self the other day when he brought brou ht down a rabbit and a quail with on one shot Just as he raised hiS bis gun Run to fire at the rab rab- rabbit rabbit rabbit bit a quail flew into range of the scattering lead pellets and both animal an mal and bird we killed

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Centralia Masons Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Centralia Masons lason Elect Officers Officers were elected f ed recently at ata a regular meeting tn ting of the Centralia Council Counell No 34 a Masonic l organization tion lion as follows illustrious master Bruce J J. J Carl Columbia deputy il illustrious II- II master Frank P P. Briggs Brigga Macon on principal princ conductor of the work Louis J J. J Graue Mexico Mo treasurer John M M. Waller Wailer Centralia Ce recorder Chas B B. Meffert Cen- Cen Centralia Ceni Centralia i captain of the guard Louis F F. Neiman Columbia sentinel H H. HW i W w. v. v Smith Centralia G G. Vest Proc Proc- Proctor Proctor tor of Centralia is the retiring mas mas- master masS S ter

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Three Die in Nebraska Crash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

j j Three r Die Di in Nebraska rash Crash i NORFOLK Neb Jan 7 UP Three young people were w re killed near I i i here her yesterday when a sedan in which th they Y were were riding crashed head- head headon on with a truck Three other per- per persons persons 1 sons in the sedan were injured also but not seriously lv The dead were r Leona Leray 17 Norfolk Carl Stude- Stude meyer mever 23 Madison and Walter Ditt- Ditt Dittberner Dittberner berner 25 Madron Madson I

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98 Pupils at Benton School Underweight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

98 8 PUPILS AT BENTON SCHOOL UNDERWEIGHT Are Examined by Mrs Kimpton Welfare Wel Wel- Welfare fare Nurse T. P.-T. A. A MAY SERVE MILK Report Reveals More Be Be- Below Below Below low Normal in High High- Higher er Grades Results of the examination of I children at School show 13 7 per cent of the bo boys s 's s and 23 per cent I of the th girls to be 10 per cent or more underweight The average fi num nurn- number I ber her of und ten per in inthe inthe the United States StatE's is 20 per r cent nt Mrs Adde Kimpton the th public pubU wel- wel welI welfare fare rare nurse who examined the chil chil- children children I dren said this afternoon Ninety Ninety- eight of the children are under under- underweight under under- underweight weight the report reveals Benton is the first of the schools in Columbia to have its Us children weighed by Mrs Kimpton who o was requested by the Teacher Parent As As- Association Association Association to examine all the children in the public schools T...

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Murderers May Get New Trial [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Murderers May ay Get New Trial FRANKLIN La Jan 7 UPA UP A new trial for Mrs l Ada Bonner Leboeuf and Dr Thomas Dreher condemned murderers of ol Mrs l Le- Le Leboeuf's Leboeuf's Leboeuf's boeuf's husband James was the th goal oal of defense attorneys today since ten jurors were said to have made af affidavits af- af affidavits its fida to the effect that they would not have haE ha E recommended the death penalty p nalty for or the defendants if they had not been afraid of a mob which gathered at the time of the trial

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Heart Attack Causes Death of Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Heart Attack A Causes Death of Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia ANTIBES France Fran Jan 7 UP Resplendent in the th full garb of an officer of the Caucasian Cossacks the body of Grand Orand Duke Nicholas Nic-holas second cond cousin of the late czar was placed today upon a splendid bier to tolie tolie lie He in state until the funeral tomor tomor- tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow row when the body will be trans trans- transported transport transported ported port to the theo Russian cathedral at CannS for funeral services The burial place has not yet et been n se se- se The grand dukes duke's d death occurred Saturday at 9 45 p. p m nt after two heart attacks which came within a afew afew afew few hours He had but recently de deserted de- de desErted deserted his little villa outside of Paris Paris to go to the Riviera seeking a milder winter

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Wire Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

If L Wire Briefs I J- J JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 UP Mrs Thomas W W. Lyell 56 wife of Representative Lyell Lye of Shelby Coun Coun- County County ty died in m a local loc hospital Saturday from pneumonia The body was taken to Shelbina the family home Saturday afternoon for r burial I ST ST. LOUIS Jan 7 UP cUP Be Be Be Between BeI tween and was paid I by bv a Topeka Kan and Kansas City i Mo o syndicate syndicat in m acquiring control contro of the Mississippi Missi ippi Valley y Life Insurance Insurance I I ance Company the St St. Louis Stat Star says I WASHINGTON V Jan 7 UP UPI I Parker Gilbert agent general tot foi I reparations arrived in Washington I Saturday to see Secretary Mellon I OAKLAND Calif Cali Jan 7 UP Two men were shot and seriously wounded early arly yesterday at Warm Springs Alameda County when they the attempted to hold up a service sta sta- station sta- sta tion The men Joseph Josfph Brady 29 I St St. Joseph Mo and Raymond Moore 22 St St. Louis are in a serious con con-...

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