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A Marvel of the Age [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

A Marvel of the Age AgeA A wide nation radio dedication will be broadcast Sat Sat- Saturday night to inform an American public of one of the latest feats in modern modem invention and engineering Con Con- Considered Considered the moat most intricate radio program in history and planned to reach points point from coast to coast cout through the m National Broadcasting chain this unique event un un- undoubtedly un- un undoubtedly win will create much comment along lines of science and materialistic development The radio will win aid in the dedication of the new newl 14 l tunnel which goes loes through the Cascade Mountains Moun Moun- i taina about miles east of ot Seattle The tunnel bores I eight miles through the granite backbone of the Cascade range ranee It Is considered to be the longest tunnel In the I western world As AI the Great Northern's crack flier lier the Oriental Limited makes mates Its ita maiden malden trip through the tunnel a national synchronisation will win be est...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
The Missouri Meerschaum [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

The Missouri Meerschaum New styles In pipes may come and new styles may go 10 but the corncob pipe goes on forever fore Cigarettes and fancy cigarette holders holden may hold bold their sway for forI ft I d diy day y but In the end men will still be found contentedly smoking the old ok cob At least leut this thia is ia the Indication the latest census reports Cob pipes brought In 1927 1821 The report also allo shows hoWl that of the twenty- twenty factories in this country seven are in Missouri Misouri Pius feus showing why the name Missouri meerschaum is 18 isi I apt 00 lID i far as u is known the cob pipe makers have hae mat made II bid for the women smokers Perhaps they think that I eIb pipe is 1 not stylish or that thai the e women wosie will smoke frothing but cigarettes But if it they could only get women to try a real Missouri corncob pipe we believe their their sales lea would soar r. r But then on the I liter ber hand It Is iI rumored In certain parts of the I that the cob ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I i I Curious Comm Comments II I I J Income tax forms forma are out Happy New Year I That thirteenth month would be alright if it would tart art with the Oie e second d' d day instead d of the first I t If cold weather veather keeps up much longer the women will I to M hauling out their summer furs We feel the need ne-ed for a water softener when we ve fall f h tI the hard water on the sidewalks these days daYI t Hitching behind autos with sleds is not alone danger danger- us IL UI but its it's hard on the seat of or the pants I Aunt Agatha says Pa hP fell down do n the first of or the 1 r k when it was so slick but the only thing he broke I a one of his New Year resolutions I 4 A suitable weather report rt for the last few days would fId Fair and warmer until I noon with snow squalls squalls' anytime anytime- after 16 lii o'clock ock zero sub 1 t ture I ke ie alter after 2 30 p. p m. m with rain the early part of the I f ht 1 I v nV t 1

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A Neighbour's Privilege [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I I A Neighbors Neighbor's Privilege Of or late lat there has been rn a flurry J 1 of fIla Lon and alarm concerning conc Great irp irea tt t translation trall of ol the hi Kellogg pact and de dc riLl hilt t lOll 1311 of its It rs p in ii relation re la t IOU iii to what is purely at aln business Tak-n Tak intel intelligently these liars fears f a T- T Ta are a rc groundless Great Britain n the n right ht to declare d 1 e war waz Wl upon any nation nat iou in iii protection Protect 1011 of any part art of the lie Empire at any time thought thuu ht fit tit A great many American h nr ri have han seen cn fit to declare that by granting Great Orf-at Britain these t privileges unreservedly we Wp would be doing ding doin uni what is expected d dof of u us The alarm is Js largely lar ely from extreme pacifists ts who will not grant the of under any circumstances circum circum- stances even that of defense f There is a certain subtle It parallel between Wn Great j t Britain's stand arid an...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

11 I i What Others Say I ii I III Religion Returns to College By Herbert h in The C i i Religion is going to college It ll has always a ha s more JJ or or cr j less gone gon there th r In fact as even everybody body knows knoub inui j col-j cot eol- leges and universities s began with iun The bc tIe tIe- were as thick as thieves A Ity o. o o the Bachelors of or Arts went into the ministry try But now for fr many ears ear religion has had h d a hard time in in It has haa had to work ark Its us way through h. h The Th trustees anti and nd I the faculty sidestepped d it Since the days of the th I Carnegie Carn e Fund the supercilious attitude 01 oi haughty hau Harvard the warfare ol oh science and t huo y portrayed pc by Dr White of Cornell and the t h risi ris rise of great grea t stat universities all over o the land religion rh has been bl Cl n re The Doctors of Laws Laus became more mon important than the Doctors of Divinity Very few institutions it of respectable learning insisted...

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Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I Whoa Pegasus I ITh Th These t Too over er a a. i tude of Sins Sins Sins- I The drar eduer f r goes gets to o the play returns to the office and mid lumps vi ites s 's th I As i i pla p Play i is one of the lh neatest s flops flors that we have seen in m r. r ny a cason From curtain to curtain it H its itis s is s busy buc rocking the tIlt audience to sleep L Last st night playgoers actually stood i Jup l up op and booed d it in a wild demon demon- ratton 5 r lOll that lasted for fifteen min rain I tiles ut That anyone anyone- could conceive i such B R play and anet act actually have the I nerve er o present ent it with the persons persons' I who Uio made up the cast last night J seems unbelievable abl It would woud be bel belI be I foolish h to try to point out weak I spots I sOtS pots in it it-It it it has no such suh things thin s I I i r 1 is one continuous sag Every y line linea is a revelation r ot of o stupidity Every E. E very act at ac L I. is superlative ti e torture t ...

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In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I i I J I I I I II 1 I I I I In and of Missouri l The American Retailers' Retailers Association lion tion will hold their annual conven- conven convention convent t tion in St. St Louis Feb 4 to 11 This i i is one of the tI-te t e most important of i i seven meetings scheduled for tor St. St Louis during February j The Robertson Aircraft Corpora Corpora- Corporation Corporation Corporation tion of St. St Louis and the Universal Air Ail Lines of Minneapolis l are con- con conJ plans for the establishment of passenger pass nger airplane service between St St. Louis and Springfield Muskogee Okla OkIa Dallas Tex and other south south- southwestern southwestern southwestern western points The bringing of new industries indu tries to St St. Louis solution of smoke and traffic problems extension of avia- avia aviation tion facilities and an extensive exten he ad- ad ir t ici r campal mr n n are the foremost I projects projects projects- on which h the Chamber of I Commerce P should base it...

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Favors M. U. Appropriations [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

FAVORS ORS M. M I r. r i APPROPRIATIONS TIO S Editor of Missouri ash Cash Book Be Be- Believes Bell hieves ll s in Direct Dir ct Tax From the Missouri Cash Cah h Book i When it was announced that the University v of Missouri would ask the I present pres session of the Legislature for foran foran foran an appropriation of for its us maintenance and for new buildings during the next two years the ire of the country press was immediately fired ired and most must editors condemned the idea I IThe IThe I The editor of the Cash-Book Cash does I not know how much the Uni ersi University ty should have for its proper sup sup- support support I port but neither do many of his brother editors We do know that our own university does not rank with stith its it sister institutions in neigh neigh- neighboring neighboring boring borin states in equipment nor has hasit I it ever been ben given gl the financial sup- sup support I port which other states of equal wealth have ha given their universiti...

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Is Bank President at 25 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

j jIS I IS BANK SK PRESIDENT AT 25 f W. W T. T Kemper A. A B. B 1925 Has Be Be- Become Become come orne Head Hf ad of Three Institutions j I W. W T. T Kemper A. A B. B 25 whose home Ls is 1 Kansas City is president nt of I three banks and vice president vice president of two two other othe at the thc age of 25 During Dunns t I his associations as with the Capper i I investment Company during the I past three years year Kemper became I vice president pre ident of two banks in Okla- Okla I homa and nl d president of the Capper i State Slate Batik Bank in Boonville and the Citizens Citizen National Bank of Frankfort Kan Kan I I II I I The First National Bank at Rt Inde- Inde IndI I elected him president this week j i iI I While in the University Un Kemper was i wa a n. member of Phi Delta Theta social fraternity and Scabbard and j i Blade jj I I Nathan Rieger r also of Kansas i City CI ty who attended the h t hUn University Un tv in in 1913 was elected president of o the National Bank ...

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Offers Bounty for Wolves [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I i I Offer Offers Bounty v for fur Wolves oh s I I The Th increased number oi ci 1 wolves in Callas ay County Count v with vilh the rc- rc damage Ina p to farmers fa and n has prompted Juh p J. J L L. Adkis l I n to I 0 e UP I Pr a spi i.- i. l I bounty for them hens the Iho County nuit wiil hWY lWY 50 0 for each grown well woi w U killed I II I und nd 3 fur fv cu ct h pui pu j l L

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Texas Ax-Slayer Executed Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I TEXAS AX SLAYER AX-SLAYER SLA YER EXECUTED TODAY Killer Killer Chauffeur Reads Read Humorous I Magazines in Death Cell i I HUNTSVILLE Tex an n. n 11 ii lUP Floyd Newton Neuton Byrne San Angelo I chauffeur slayer ax-slayer of year old I Myrna na Juergens JU her mother and grandmother was executed in m the electric chair at the state stae prison here today Indifferent to his fate Byrne sat satin satIn in his death cell reading humorous i magazines until guards came to take 1 hint him to the execution chamber Still I laughing la u hing over one o e of the humorous quips he had read he was as strapped in m the chair at 12 1223 23 o'clock this morning He was pronounced dead I at 1231 12 31 Byrne mystified Jailers with his jocularity Throughout the night he had insisted that they listen to his jokes Even Esen when word came that gubernatorial r clemency had been de denied de- de nied mcd he passed it off of as another good joke Byrne was convicted of the mur mur- murder murder der der...

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Former Student is Buried Paul R. Stockwell of Chillicothe Was Active in B. Y. P. U. Here [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

FORMER STUDENT si IS BURIED I Paul R. R Stockwell of Chillicothe hilli othe Was as WasI j I Active in p. p Y 1 P. P U. U t. t Here I Funeral services for Paul R. R Stock- Stock Stockwell well I of Chillicothe former student Jin in the College of or Agriculture of the I University thC who ded d ed Tuesday of a ai complication i complication of ailments were WE're- held heldi i I at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at atthe atthe the First Baptist Church in Chilli- Chilli Chillicothe i I The Rev Re W. W H. H Brengle Bre pastor of the church conducted the funeral I services Burial was made in Edge- Edge Edgewood Edgewood Edgewood wood Cemetery While attending the University Stockwell was active in the work of the Baptist Young Peoples People's Union

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Leaves Active Management [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

2 I LEAVES ACTIVE I W. W v. v C. C C Durant Will Turn TurnOver B. B BusI Over to New Group I NEW YORK Jan 11 tt V C. C Durant advised a meeting of Dar Dur Durant ant motor dealers deal rs here yesterday y Ua that tl while he is not retiring from front tt tbt t P i business bw nesa he is turning active acUe acU e manse ment meat of the concern over to a group p gr grof I of executives whose names will be announced soon I I He said that for the rf tf more efficient manufacturing we sr moving a large portion of our Elba Elii beth operations to our plant in LID La sing 1 I He announced d that Durant Mote has had in 1928 the greatest great t year la ta faits taIts its history selling more than cars

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To Become Fourth Member [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I TO BECOME IE FOURTH TH MEM Baker Will Add to Trio of LM Li i Former Governors of o State JEFFERSON CITY UP W Whet Gov Sam Barn A. A Baker retires from U till executive office next Monday nan na nahe m he will be the fourth living former form governor of Missouri The others are Arthur M. M HA R 1 I formerly of Trenton and now pro pee law in Kansas City Fret D D. Gardner St. St Louis manufacturer manufacture i and Elliott W. W Major who is ia sos law in St. St Louis Three former governors go David R P. Francis Alexander M. M I. I Dockery sad tod sadI I Herbert S. S Hadley have hae ha e died with with- within wUbin in the last three years ears

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Common Drinking Container Described as "Germ Exchange" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Common Drinking r Container Described as Germ ii Exchange During the World orld War health oUI officers cers searching for the causes cause of the th spread pread of the influenza epidemic found that much of the ion sion wa was aa caused by promiscuous use of 1 eating utensils and ulU drinking containers For that reason reason rea rca son both of these agents are being rigorously ly watched Va by federal state municipal and county officials l. l Op- Op Operating rating crating under laws and ordinances that hat obtain generally len rally they are keep keep- keeping lug ing ng close dose Inspection upon soda foun foun- fountains laths restaurants hotels theaters th aters and nd other places of public gathering so that where sterilization is 15 not used sanitary substitutes may be compelled All AU authorities find official hin hIn- hindrance hIndrance hindrance drance results from Irons three causes caUSE'S and andl l of these the major one is indifference I ence of the public to its ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 11 j 1 1929 I News In the Field of Sports i

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Inexperienced Mat Man Will Meet Champ [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

INEXPERIENCED MAT MAN WILL MEET CHAMP Trowbridge to Oppose Olympic Winner Tomorrow I It RAM HAS 8 EVENTS Ie J Four Matches Will Be BeJ J Between Year First-Year Wrestlers Clarence Trowbridge year old Columbian is beginning his first year of Varsity competition with A A. AR R R. Morrison world champion in his iii Ie claS class and 1928 captain of o the 1111 Illi- Illinois nois DOis wrestling team here tomorrow night in the Missouri Illinois Illinois Illinois- mat meet at Roth RothWell ll well Gymnasium II 4 It Morrison besides winning the light light- lightweight u weight event in the Olympic Games a I last Jut year and being the only Amer- Amer Amerlean u II lean to take first place in wrestling has haft also been national champion in m hi his class for three years He is a I 2 senior enior at the University of Illinois and is in his third year of compe compe- i I Morrison is a likable and agree agree- agreeable agreeable agreeable able sort of person He is married v and nd more than...

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K. U. Begins Track Practice [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

K V. V BEGINS TRACK PRACTICE Fifty Men Answer Anwer Call Call To To Meet M. M Feb 12 22 2 I The first tint call for track at the University of Kansas was waa answered by fifty men Practice was wu started earlier this year than usual because of the earlier opening of the sea sea- son The men have been working out outon outon outon on the indoor track under the east stadium Coach Huff hopes to have havea a a. well-balanced well I Ito squad ready to send to the opening meet which is the K C. C A. A C. C invitation meet at Kan Kan- Kansas Kansas sas City either Feb 9 or 10 Us This will be followed by the Mis Kansas dual meet at Kansas City Feb Peb 22

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Windle to be with Pirates [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

WINDLE TO BE WITH PIRATES Former University First Baseman Is II Looked Upon As a Corner Comer Bill Windle of Joplin Mo for for- formerly formerly formerly merly a student In tn the University who was wa prominent in athletics here will wiil be with the Pittsburgh Nation Nation- Nationals als again this season He is to re report re- re report report port the last week in February at the I i Pirates' Pirates spring camp at Paso Robles I Calif I Windle was well-known well on this campus for his baseball ability as asa asa asa a first baseman and is looked upon aj a. a a real comer corner in the baseball orld sis His now conditioning him him- himself himself self tel for the spring workout w

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