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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I 1 Sport Briefs I Bv By United Press MADISON Wis Holding Holding badger bad fr forwards to one field goal in tim tho i first half University of Michigan j i defeated University of Wisconsin 31 to 23 in a Big Ten conference conf rence bas bas- basketball basI basketball game Rame last night I Michigan forward scored seven field goals Ii MEXICO CITY Edouard Edouard Mestre president of the Mexican Lawn u Ten Ten- Tennis Tennis I nis fits Federation has announced d that Lily Uly DAlvarez Spanish tennis star is ts coming here Feb 5 5 to compete in I exhibition matches The Mexican federation will invite Helen Wills to toI come down and meet her old rival I MIAMI BEACH Fla a Gene Fla-Gene Gene ne Sar- Sar azen former United States open golf champion has announced his entry in the Miami Beach tournament tournament tournament ment for a purse Jan 12 and 13 last Saturday won for forthe forthe forthe the third successive year car the Miami open title CHICAGO Tuff CHICAGO Tuf Griffith Si Sioux...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Sooners to Have Balanced Quintet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TO HAVE I BALANCED QUINTET Game With Tigers Here Feb 2 Promises to toBe toBe toBe Be Exciting When the University of Oklahoma Sooner basketball squad comes to Columbia Feb 2 local cage fans will ill have hae ha e an opportunity to see in ac action ac- ac action action tion eight Sooner hoop stars Lead Lead- Leading Leading Leading ing candidates for the Sooner quin quin- quintet quintet quintet tet are Lawrence La wrence Meyer of El EI Reno Okla Okia and Stewart Season Sea cn of Okla Okla- Oklahoma Oklahoma homa City Both men are sophomores sophomores sophomores mores and Meyer has been a sure I starter since ince the opening of ot the season c son He is good on working the ball through tile the th first line defense ns nn no n n makes mako an excellent e team m mate for lor Torn Churchill on the forward l i Seaton aton who started the season ta on as a reserve C guard has come COlne out as one Ii of the t he best defensive df 1151 e workers on the quad and will in all probability j...

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Nine Track Veterans Out [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

NINE NISE TRACK CK VETERANS VETERANS OUT Forty Other Candidates Candidate Are Ate Being Beine Given Daily Workouts Nine of last years year's letter Jetter men in track and forty other candidates are taking daily workouts for indoor track GwInn Henry track coach at atthe atthe atthe I the University and Kent Parley Fancy former Tiger track star atar are working with wi th the men The letter men m n are as follows Henry Rosenheim Sal Allegri Char Char- Charlie Charlie lie He King Irving Epstein William Kosky Keith Hursley E E. C. C Brown I 11 Russell Dills DUls and E E. E. E Deimund

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Basketball Seats on Sale Friday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

BASKETBALL SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY i Four Hundred Tickets for forI f I Reserved Places Will WillBe Willi WillBe i Be Offered I Four hundred reserved seats Rats for Missouri basketball games game hero here ht this I year will be placed on sale 1 Friday at both Rothwell Gymnasium and the the- University secretary's office in Jesse Halt Hall It will be possible to reserve the same seats for the en- en entire entire entire tire season I Although 2000 yearly athletic tic- tic tickets j have ha ve been en sold to students this year r the gymnasium capacity of 1200 is not expected to be taxed Each yearly ticket book hoot contains i only four basketball tickets Tickets in one set of the books are blue and in the others othen yellow 1 Both sets Bets of tickets will be good rood for the Drake game Pine which will win 1 I close the Tiger home season but for the Kansas Kanau Washington and Iowa State lames games only the blue tickets tic Uc- tickets keta will wUI be good for admittance Yellow in t...

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Kansas Aggies Meet Defeat [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

KANSAS MEET DEFEAT St. St Louis U. U Basketball Team Wins Wine Last Lut Night NIgh 39 31 3 to 22 ft The St. St Louis Loui University basket basket- basketball basketball ball baU team defeated the lisa Kansas Kamu Ag AI- AI glee gies 30 3 to 22 n last night at St. St LoWs Lou Coach of the nom norn- nominated nominated lasted Ham strong and Barney Oldfield to feed the basket butet which proved a strong scoring combination Let Lea Hunt a guard and aM Jack Joyce the other safety man played a strong auona game lame Hospital Will WW Be Enlarged KIRKSVILLE Mo Jan 8 I UP tiP If If present plans plana are carried out work wort will soon lOOn be hi started on en en- Urging the Bigsby Polyclinic Hoe Hos Hospital pital pita here to care for every type of ol surgical auri cal work An operating room is Sa being equipped and six beds bed will wW be installed 4 Health Conditions Condition Good GO in Meic M MEXICO Mo Jan 8 UP Despite an unusual number of 01 influenza ensa enza cases and mild mUd co...

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Has Record Enrollment [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

HAS BAS RECORD Pub Parks Air All CoDe East Eat St. St t I it Has Hal 5 Student EAST ST. ST LOUIS LOutS Ill IU Thi J Parks Parts Air College C flying and aDd mt- mt m schools now have ito stu students audenta dents denta giving the institution nearly one-fourth one of the commercial g students in the country according to toa toa a survey made raids at the recent aircraft show in Chicago Chicalo Two hundred and aDd thirty thirty-oae Ito stu students dents take the flying course coune and 1 are enrolled in the mechanics mechanic's school achO l. l which was wal an innovation ID in commercial school practice when It 1 was inaugurated last summer ummer Since the opening of ol the school last March approximately stu u. student dent dents have qualified as u limited com corn mercial pilots and hay tt- tt Wf li veral I papers papera

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Airport Has "Greeter" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

4 5 HAS lIAS 0 Writer-Athlete Writer Ws W. Arrival Ant at a Ft n F Worth Plying Flying Plaid PleM AUSTIs Tex rex UP AIrport Airport Greeter Greeter- is a new occupation It I does not necessarily require a aol ool- lege lese education but the first nm to follow w the profession prof Is a University of Texas student line Una captain of 0 of the tbt Longhorn Lon hom foothill football team winner of the 1928 Southwestern title L. L ot Ik tb Ike wW greet gre the air arrivals at the rt Worth Warth Plying Flying Field He is 11 an Sn airplane stunt pilot spent pent a vacation touring I Eu Bu- Europe rope by bicycle and writes a sports pone column for six Texas TESSI Ife n newspapers t

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Pittsburgh Girl Visits Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

GUI I Bore we Miss MIa Mildred Nokee NODI of Pt Pa Pat spent pent y y in Columbia vis lung tUn her Harold p Nokes Nokee a student in the I t. t

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German Plane for 20 Passengers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

H j J. J German Plane for 20 Passengers F i iI I L eo iII C I Flying boat boats of gigantic a 1 tk proportions are brin being built bunt bj by the German firm oC or Dornier Dornie Her Ber Is las a. a sap whale bale equipped fd with four motors motor and equipped e to carry a crew r w of four and JO to pageD The craft is I to fly at a maximum of milt miles an hour bour

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

PA THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 8 8 1929 II

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Borah Confers with Hoover at Breakfast [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

BORAH CONFERS WITH HOOVER AT BREAKFAST General Legislative Situation Consider Consider- Considered ed He Says CABINET NOT DISCUSSED Extra Session Inevitable Senator Tells the President-Elect President WASHINGTON Jan 8 R UP President Elect Hoover inaugurated d the system of break breakfast conferences today by inviting Senator nral chairman of the Foreign n Relations Committee to breakfast with Uth ruti rum Following the breakfast Borah rah told tf the United Press that t they ha hat i dis discussed dis- dis discussed cussed the general gen ra I situation us tinn re regarding re- re garding legislation but that any de details de- de details tails must come from Mr Hoover Hoo Borah indicated he had informed Mr Yr Hoover that an extra session ia ta inevitable ia ta inevitable Composition of or President elect I Hoovers Hoover's cabinet was not discussed according to Borah The post of secretary of state had not been boen of- of offered offered him Borah said and declined to say whether ...

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May Cure Boy Criminal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

j MAY CURE CU BOY y CRIMINAL 1 Oy r Uon a Expected ESpe kd to Mental Attitude S CLEVELAND Jan sian a 8 UP 1 rJ Life Lift and all it has to offer to an anit it youngster of fifteen fi n iI l stretched out before Arthur Emery I of 01 New Mew Philadelphia Ohio today as ashe asbe he be battled at the City Hospital here re hereto i to recover from an operation o de designed de- de des s tJ signed to remove his criminal ten len tendencies tendencies tendencies' f i J r Federal authorities picked d the boy boyup j up and charged charted him lith ith robbing i an aD Ohio Bell Ben Telephone Co lock box f at t the New Philadelphia Postoffice Post off lice ice t Arthur they said admitted the f theft He couldn't explain why he ii did it Jt Neither could his parents They said ud m a bad streak broke out in l' l hint him every once in a while An X- X X f ray ra revealed rev an abscess on the brain 1 t according to Miss Irene Nungesser ri assistant U. U 8 Attorney Physicians t 4 i expressed belief...

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New Features of Fair Announced [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

NEW FEATURES OF FAIR ANNOUNCED I Outdoor Dance and XYZ Show Head Farmers' Farmers Carnival Bill New features of the Farmers Fair Pair to be held May 3 3 include a dance cianca for the public arid and an XYZ show which Yo will replace the Follies The The- I dance will b Bowery style and will willbe br bf held out doors on a hardwood platform A twelve piece orchestra orchestral will furnish music Ted Janle JanIE- is in tn charge of the XYZ show the details I of which are to be a mystery for the the I present 1 An innovation in the thE- organization organization of the Farmers larmer Fair is the appoint appoint- appointment ment merit of a Farmers Farmers' Fair Council I Officers and members of the board are Manager J J. J E E. E Rutter assistant I Ij j manager A A. E E. Downing secretary secretary- secretary secretary-j treasurer Leo Hopper Hop tr assistant assi t nt f sec sec- secre re treasurer tan tr Andy Adams sen szn- senior s n- n I or lor board members O o. D D. Hopper an H n n...

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Tobacco Company Refunded $6,213,808 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TOBACCO COMPANY REFUNDED Amount Given R. R J. J J Rey Rey- Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Heads Federal Tax Return List WASHINGTON UP U P Federal tax refunds refund totaling 7 17 given to taxpayers in the fiscal year car 1928 were announced m in detail to Congress by the treasury toda today More than claims for rr- rr I funds made necessary through rr fr er- I returns and assessments and land legal decisions were wen approved I by the treasury treasure in the t ehe twelve month month period ended last June Junc 30 and the I list transmitted by bv the treasury to today to- to toI today I day comprised all those of more than l I The largest amount listed d in n these thc Christmas I un s was refunded to the R R. J JRe J. J I Re Reynolds Tobacco Company of Winston inston N N. N C C. Another tobacco companY compan the American Tobacco and nd s. diaries which pa pay ta i- i es in N Nw w York received the next ia tot rt- rt r f und fund fund 4 Other refunds funds of mere mcie than a million d...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

COLDS LU-COLDS fLU f I Check at first sneeze Rub on inhale on-inhale inhale vapors VICKS S e J Je JI e I BUSY BEE BARBER HARBER SHOP Open 7 7 a a. a m m. to 7 p p. p m. m Saturdays 9 p. p m. m SHAVE SHA Hair Cat Cut Saturdays Saturdays 35 II N N. St St. 2 41 2 4 4 I i College i i Cleaners I 4 J I i y 4 y 4 i i 4 11 t I jAcj if i Catering to Student Trade We w do expert cleaning and pressing pre ing We e specialize in in mens men's and women's omens alter- alter altering altert t 4 ing and repairing Wor c called for and delivered I t Phone 2340 eI J COLLEGE COI LEGE CLEANERS CI I S. S Ninth 5 I II I M-f M d 1 I 5 sIpp PP Clean Sweep SHOE SALE DEEP DEEP ARE THE REDUCTIONS Now v you may get that extra pair lair of shoes hoes you have le been venting v and needing at a t fraction fr of the regular regular- 0 price The values we are offering at Sale Prices PriceR of and will viII greatly surprise you OU Quality footwear foot smartly styled st for f r every e ery member of the family is w...

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Liquor Case is First on Docket [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I LIQUOR CASE IS I IF FIRST F T ON N DOCKET I Mrs Etta B. B Taylor Is I Charged With Selling I Whisky Th Boone county Circuit Court settled do down dowis n to business this 1 ing after spending yest yesterday docket docket- docketing docketing ing lug new cases and resetting res old cases that have hac been ben continued from for for- former former former mer courts The first ir t jury trial of the Janu Janu- January January January ary tern term was begun this morning I with the following omen men serving on the th jury Willard P P. Hall HaIl E F. R R. Din- Din Dinwiddie Dinwiddie I widdie John Singleton D D. L L. Mayes Maves I Clyde Sheppard larry Harry Davis Da m Vin- Vincil I cil Fenton Ed Fd J J. J Douglas Torn lorn Bo Bry- Boson Bryson Bry- Bry Bryson son Jr J- Watson Vatson Baum A A. i iJ J J. J Carter and R R. P P. Glenn Mrs I I Etta Eta Belle Taylor was charged with I selling liquor I R R. R R. Lashbrook federal prohibition Prohibition tion Uon agent irons from Kansas CIt...

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Story of M. U. Polo Goes East [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I I I I i I I I I I I I I STORY OF M. M U. U POLO GOES EAST Boston Transcript Wires for Information Con Con- Concerning Concerning Con Concerning Team TeamA T am amA A telegram was ps received fd today by bv byI byMa Ma Maj John Julio C C. yeth Wyeth head of the polo 1010 activities itis at nt the University Uni Irons front Sau Ra Sawyer wyer er sports writer of the Boston Transcript reading r ding as follows Please send data about polo poo in your university Give names of players m in full games ames scores schedule and also ilso what hat facilities Reply night p Thanks Th Maj f J. J Wyeth sent the following tl Names of players pla play rs W W. Con Con- Conger Conger Conger ger B Boasley Duis D D. Bolin er Wil- Wil Wilham WilI hunt haul B B. Gange lange Donald P P. l fosman Leo A A. Scott Charles fa S. S Davis uis Con- Con Conrad Conrad rad lad D D. field F Eugene e A A. A Rodman Charles L L. Morse No games Raines except intramural last t la t fill f Hope to play pla University U...

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Mussolini, His Wife, and Children [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Mussolini His Wife and Children ChildrenS I 1 I 1 I I j jI I S 4 I r J er ert f fl I l- l r I 1 t I i ft fl I r z 1 t. IT I I Meet I t the wife wile and the kids luda might mi ht ha h. har r been what ht Bonito Mussolini Itah Ital s iron iron iron fisted fisted d dictator said as the camera am ra man made this thU rare picture of II 11 ue in the role rolt of family man They're rr all aU here herf left to right richt Signora Edda Mussolini the three sons SODS Romano Remano Bruno and Vittorio Mussolini and his one daughter Edda Edds Bruno u. and Vittoria particularly stem seem to be Iw growing up to look like Daddy

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

fj THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN ITI p- p FIRST WENTY-FIRST FIR ENTY-FIR j- j jY Y YEAR R EIGHT EI il PAGES COLUMBIA MISSOURI WEDNESDAY E JANUARY f uARy g 9 1929 LAST LAST EDITION EDITION NUMBER its IN

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