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Ragged Play Marks Tiger Cage Practice [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

RAGGED PLAY MARKS TIGER CAGE PRACTICE Missouri Quintet Lacks ordination Co-ordination and Speed DEFENSIVE PLAY BETTER BEITER Nebraska Favored to De De- Defeat Defeat feat Tigers Saturday in Lincoln The University of ot Missouri bas has basketball basketball squad will open its confer confer- conference conference conference ence schedule ule against agal t the University of Nebraska Saturday at Lincoln Neb and Coach George Edwards the Tiger mentor is not at all op optimistic as aa to the outcome of or the game Coach George Edwards and his players will win leave here tomorrow morning for Lincoln The men who will make the trip are art Capt Justin Justini i Roach Wendell Baker Wal Wal- Waldorf Waldorf dorf Marshall Craig Harry Welsh Hubert Campbell Charles Huhn Hulin I Oliver Lindenmeyer Dick Morgan and Herbert Ruble James Gladden Gladdens is II s the only member of the squad not making the trip Tigers Play Flay Listless Game The Tigers have not started to function in the manner they s...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Douglass Team is Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

DOUGLASS TEAM IS DEFEATED Basketball Five fir Scorn Score 17 to Local Players Players' It iS The Century Club basketball team learn a group groUt of ot players from the Bloom- Bloom Bloomington ington In Ia negro high school de do- defeated defeated foaled the team of the Fred Pred Doug l lees lass High School on the local teams team's court last night by a score acore of 17 11 to 10 Last nights night's contest was wu the opening game of the season for the local players and a return match will win be played with the Bloomington caell next Tuesday evening in this thIa city Perkins center for the local squad was flU high scorer for the Columbia players The team is i composed of Connor forward Hardimon for for- forward forward ward guard pard Sanford guard cuard Perkins center Payne sub sub- substitute substitute guard pard W. W W. W Stewart Is coach roach of ot the local team

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U. H. S. to Enter Cage Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

U. U H. H S. S TO ENTER CAGE TOURNAMENT Invitation Meet Annual Event at Kemper Be Be- Begins Begins gins Jan 25 The University High School will enter f the Kewpie Military School invitation basketball tournament t to tobe tobe tobe be held on Jan 25 and 26 Coach E. E E. E Frye said yesterday The games tames will be played inthe the Kemper gym gym- gymnasium at Boon Boonville The invitation inv tation tournament is 18 an annual event at Kemper Invitations are sent to about twenty ty schools schoola to take part in the play Last Lut year seventeen teams Warns accepted the invitation The U. U H. H 8 team has baa not played a game since the en en- engagement engagement engagement with the Hickman High School last week Inability to secure a suitable practice practice practice tice court has hu handicapped the U. U H. H 8 this season but arrange arrange- arrangements ments merits are being made for the squad to use a student center court before the Kemper tournament Practice will wiD be h...

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Big Six Takes 2 More Victories [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BIG SIX TAKES 2 MORE VICTORIES Kansas Nose Out Washington W Washington Defeat A. A M. M The Big Six Conference took toot two victories from members of the Mis MIs- Missouri MIssouri sour Valley Conference Tuesday night when the Kansas Ante Aggles nosed out Washington 30 10 to 29 21 and the overwhelmed ed their thair neighbor Oklahoma A A. ds M. M by b a top heavy score Washington men who have had hada a fairly successful season so 10 far tar having counted among amona their victims Indiana conqueror of Missouri started off ort in its Ita usual fashion against the Antes Aggles from Kansas Kanau and aDd at the thai half were holding an a- a point lead The Kansas team made madea a strong come back during durin the last stanza atanza and the final gun IUD found them holding their slender margin of victory The Oklahoma U. U basket however had no trouble with the Stillwater aggregation overwhelming them with an avalanche of baskets to score more than 60 80 points end and andring ring up t...

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Bihr and Helm Return [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

du and Helm Return t. t I Frank Prank Bihr and George Georae C. C Helm owner and manager of the Miller I Shoe Company returned today from Chicago where they tb 1 have been at at- attending at- at attending I tending the national shoe ahoe convention I Ifor for the last Jut five days

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Track Squad Has Light Workout [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

TRACK SQUAD HAS I LIGHT WORKOUT Hard Practice to Start in Two Weeks Says Coach Henry Tuesday a favorable sun IUD made it possible for the University of or Mis Mia Missouri Missouri lOun track tract athletes athlete to take the first real workout of the year r Up until then nothing but jogging was par per participated In because of the snow mow which covered the track tract Coach Qwinn Gwinn Henry was on hand band and although the men did not work wort hard he used a stop atop watch and in informed tn- tn Informed formed the runners runner the time they be were The sprinters ten took toot some easy starts running about forty fort yards at three quarters speed All Mi of 01 the theother theother theother other runners regardless of the die dis distances lances tancel which they are anticipating trying for were made to run one alow quarter take tate a rest reat and then run through another quarter Coach Henry has Informed his men Inca that there would not be any hard work on the program...

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New Era in Auto Racing Predicted [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

NEW ERA IN AUTO RACING PREDICTED A. A A. A A. A Decides to Return Returns s 5 to Two Man Racing Racine Cars in 1930 NEW YORK Jan 10 UP A 0 A Anew new rea rca in automobile racing in the United States was waa predicted by au au- automobile automobile men gathered here today aa as aaa asa a result of the decision of the con CDe contest test teat board of the American Automo Automo- Automobile Automobile bile bUe Association to return to the two-man two racing car in 1930 1810 The tiny streamline machines will wiD make mate their inch last Jut appearance at th the 1 1939 Indianapolis event nent They have hart held the spotlight sines lID 1982 The be engine siR sitt maximum in 1930 1 is 11 to be HI 3 cubic inches opening the way for foe production pr from the else sise of the to Ford Pont to the Buick Big Bigi Ox i The weight of the car ear it Is to be bea a minimum of ot 1750 pounds The Indianapolis mile OO race will hereafter be bt known mown as u the Orand Grand Prize Prise of Americ...

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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I I Sport Briefs I By United PreN MINNEAPOLIS Tull Tulas Tulsa and aDd Min MID Minneapolis j. j neapolis played l to a scoreless tie tit in iD inan iDan Inan an overtime American Association Hockey game hire beNt PHILADELPHIA Godfrey negro heavyweight today found him himself self shy q 1000 and under UDder suspension by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission Godfrey fouled Al AI Walk Walker er em in a bout here Monday night and the commission yesterday terdal fined him 1000 s1 out of his pUrse purs of 0 In iA addition to suspension au NEW ORLEANS YOUng Young Georgia heavyweight h will meet Ralph Smith of California in a round 10 bout boot here Jan 25 25 according to an by 1 moter er 0 I ST. ST u LOUI uia i. i i Louis 4 to 3 in an aD A.-a A. Association same game in m which bleb V for St. St Louts Louis sad Del Dav Datil sod and oil til for Duluth atari marred Mo-C Mo A II i points before Cape ca rv Mora the a foaled the Indiana 49 to toll to Ia s f be game IDe here bin t TY A Ma...

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Rooters to Go with Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

ROOTERS to 00 GO WITH TEAM BAlI m I. I nek III W Is vade rede Jefferss city Student routers rooters of 01 th the Junior High school will wUl accompany the junior high blah basketball squad when it ft invades Jefferson City ter tir territory tomorrow night for lor the lbs u. u fleet town out gems game of their this thIa year Coach Clyde Pickle Jt Is about fourteen man on tS trip Another r hue bus will ww tab talc about students and aDd who ilU w I km tomorrow afternoon Th Tha gems win witt start Ita at 7 o'clock and aDd wiD be d dat S Sat at the EmIt Ernst net Junior School S The Jefferson Junior r High sol have haft won two from fros the Y Hl-Y m- m Y team this bill s en ad sad aad ate defeated their Ia lilt last t yeas yea's now BOW in Hickman at a a s IM 4 score ICON S

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P.-T. A. Groups at Hickman Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

T. P.-T. A A. GROUPS AT S HICKMAN MEET 5 A. A J. J Gillette GUlette Mr T T. 6 Brooks BrooD and Mrs Shoe Sho m maker ker H Heard U If a Ity It is AI be be en ample him bIa to m hoo bs wai s 1 the of or f a a. a row tab ton ston oa oe N 1 d tar T. T H. H Brooks at a tha dl vision of the 1 s. s the a School M. M The she also consisted a i. seng It uns by b a. a t. t coi of g f Grant crane Or t. t pg LeW Rimmer Del and Alma Alas Bendy it A A. J. J Gillette OIl on Ow Ja- Ja Janter aloe Boys at the tha meeting af it th she J mar aloe division Character it- it ita s. s a pro pro- dud duct of 01 sal a on ODe on open many torta on teats ctt while striving teu t. t an AD Personality be he stated II ed Be WnM reid 1114 s Scout oath UI u Sn of tbt pal to be draw 0 Brown Deem im n brief et c 01 the be We Ite of Up Alton ADm ad S Ms Bali BaD outlined tile the wurt cI 01 the junior J English c ID hi literature 0 med an aD article from tron th tM the M. M Miss Mia sod and lira Un were wen tb Uis J ...

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Turner School Closed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

a S. S od a. a Tb The Turner School at it Baff M bed yesterday on en account of th the of 01 the Mrs ct

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Ads Ada that Pay Phone 55 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING C 1 ct t Word a Day 6 Days For a Word 0 Phone 55 L L- L The Columbia 1 sa jg a ar r of Th Tb Association of New News N wa- wa per Advertising Man Uan- Ms which Deluca Leading new newa- newa the country and aDd Ci Is for It Ite Ita aim the elimination of oft t end and classified The Columbia su n. n M as well wen aa as every other mem- mem of the tb toD endeavors endeavor to only truthful Want Ad Ads and sill WID ill appreciate haying it its It attention tIDed saDie l to any advertIsement not con- con conto conto iise to th the highest standards of J. J G. G BABB Investment t Securities Ese M Tiger TIp Hotel First Mortgage 6 ICS Bonds Renda BoD tM HI-tM IM Exchange Nati Bank Bid Bldr Phone 1862 R C I G. G H. H WALKER V CO St. St Louis Mo INVESTMENT SECURITIES Members New York St. St Louis and Chicago Stock Exchanges I Knowledge as to Investment val values val val- ues iles of high class stocks and I i II bonds bonda resulting from ou...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

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J. S. Rollins is Appointed to 5 Committees [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

J-Ir J 5 1 S. S L m I TO 5 Man Named on Stan anding ing Revision Group H Mm ON M. M MIJ U. U IBM N tY I O Expected to operate Co-operate operate With With Senate a If ff Correspondent enl N CITY Jan 10 i 8 Rollins serving his fifth filth i in the Missouri General Assem- Assem i of Boone Coun- Coun t ia Ii ta member of five of or the stand- stand 1 ink appointed b by Speaker rates Parker Parter Rollins was wa named on the stand- stand IB IDa revision which is an ant t one in the th Fifty fifth Fifty Fifty- fifth As- As since dace this is the revision ses- ses doa required every ten years under te coa He lie is to ai also o a member of or the com com- on the University and the theof 1 of Mines civil and a d criminal procedure criminal justice and crim crim- criminal inal costs coats ta oth s I was elected to the Fifty- Fifty Fifty second Y- Y co d. d third Fifty and E fourth Assemblies and last No- No was wag re elected Two years be he served on the following com com- Criminal Costs C...

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Bill Calls for New Courses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BILL LL CALLS FOR FOE NEW COURSES for fOl Preventive e Medicine sad aM In State Schools N CITY Jan 10 UP U P Representative Williams of St St. StLouis Louis Lods has introduced a bill bin in the House Bous of Representatives providing that t the State University and the teachers hers colleges include in curricula courses on 1 HB medicine and oral and dental Voter Another r bill bUl was offered providing for all poultry dealers to be inspected eo d licensed by the State rh tent ent of Agriculture r r win will be 5 a year me Ems Ellis in in Columbia I Hod d Bills fo former forner r editor of the N Ni Florence Leader and former I t of the Missouri Press As- As was in Columbia on ot busi- busi tu l- l 1 nes today tody t Steamer In Is 81 in I LONDON Jan Jn J 1 10 UP The The p Shetland radioed that she was ws sinking 90 91 miles I of A lif boat oat to her r aid The he heis e I is 23 of oX 1846 tons burden

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I r- r rI ns II BM gaL E t lit Si t. t Lodi Loik u. u Hogs holdovers rs 2791 mar mar- market market market ket steady to weak lbs Ibs Ibs lbs l lbs Ibs Ibs lbs I 90 Ibs lbs 7 pack pack- packing packing ing t sows sows 7 40 J 11 Cattle Cattle- 2600 calves calv s 1000 stead steady to weak beef steers 12 light yearling steers and heifers helfers h 10 lOi i 1250 b beef ef cows low Jow cut cut- cutters cutters cutters and cutter cows 5 5 7 1825 heavy h avy calves 12 bulk stockers and feeder steers s 1025 Sheep 0 opened steady top fat lambs lamb 1650 bulk fat rat lambs lamb 1625 bulk cull lambs 11 1 12 bulk fat fit ewes 68 6 8 Chicago Grain F s Open Open High Hf 14 gh h j- j Low I Close Clo Wheat i I 1 I i March 1 16 1184 May i 1191 1211 21 July t 1214 1211 1222 Corn I I March 90 93 I 90 11 May j 93 16 I 95 July 1 15 t 95 i Oa Oats t I t I I i March 48 49 iF i 48 7 49 May 49 JO 30 i 1 50 July 1 47 47 47 48 Rye I March i I I May 1 1064 I I J Jy IY lo i i Chicago Livestock tock I Ho Hugs Ho...

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II I At the Theaters II III i I I Varsity Vanity v I I Clara Bow is at the Varsity in I THree ree Week Ends f adapted from the I story by Elinor Olyn with Neil N il Ham Hamilton noon ilton playing opposite her r. The red headed it it girl leads two men a amerry amerry amerry merry chase c as she sh to ensnare a millionaire husband and the three thre-e week ends are revelations revelation in the hap hap- happenings happenings I of the life Ufe of a cabaret dancer She gets g her man man but but not nota notI I a 8 millionaire Two outdoor sketches sketches' by Robert Ro t Bruce a Paramount News and aid a Big aiR Boy Juvenile Ju Ju nUe comedy are areal al also alM o on the program Columbia Colombia The Honey Bunch Company con con- 1 its ta current playing today and d changes program tomorrow The Th I second se ond midnight t frolic of this com corn company company pany tomorrow night at 11 1110 30 o o'clock clock will feature f turf the company in abel Mabel Behave This is 18 the last J...

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Electric Range Deal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

IC RANGE DEAL We have just Juat placed in our north nOth i show window a high grade white enameled Electric c Cooking Range Ranle A convenient style and Mae sise lar price l not installed We will reduce this range 1 in price each da d until unU sold Price to k today to- to today day Watch the north window and get a bargain in a fine Electric Ele Range Rang NEWMAN CO CONow O. O Now 21 1 North Eighth St St. ads md

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

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