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Cyclone-Wildcat Cagers to Clash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I WILDCAT CYCLONE I I TO CLASH Tonight's Game Marks I Opening of Big Six Hostilities ties The opening game of the Big Six basketball conference will be played tonight when the Kansas Aggles meet the Iowa State five at Ames Am Al Although Al- Al Although Although though neither of these teams is 18 considered as a likely contender for forthe forthe forthe the conference championship they are both recognized as dangerous opponents ta I The Aggie captain is re remembered re- re remembered remembered throughout the Missouri Valley for his accurate goal gool shooting He was one of the high scorers in inthe inthe inthe the Valley last year and was noted for his fast floor play Although the Ames team t am has made madean an impressive e showing in the three non-conference non games g anus anu's it has played I. I this season it has met few teams of Big Six caliber

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To Hold Year-Round Practice [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

To Hold Round Year Practice Ice Football as a year-around year sport seems to be the future of the game if coaches coach all over oyer the country fall fallin fallin lin in line with the plans announced by the football mentor of or the Uni Uni- University University versi ty of Iowa Those who aspire I to be members of Iowa's varsity next season are required to report twice weekly during the winter months for indoor workouts under the direction of Coach Burt Ingwerson Ingwersen In the spring when the weather permits I outdoor practice will again be taken up

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"Jack" Undecided on Future Plans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I JACK UNDECIDED ON FUTURE PLANS Ex Champion May Help Promote Stribling- Stribling Sharkey Bout NEW YORK Jan 11 UP Jack Dempsey is still sUll undecided about his future plans He may light fight he he may not fight H I Hi- Hi may be offered Tex Rickard's job he he may not He may help ballyhoo the Sharkey Stribling-Sharkey fight scheduled for Feb 27 at Miami Beach Beach he he may not The only thing that Dempsey's for for- formal formal formal mal statement nt has revealed is that he has no plans Until I know what demands will willbe willbe be made on my time and how much interest I have in the proposed activities in which I was to be interested with Tex Rickard and his associates at Miami Beach I cannot con come coin to a decision as to whether I will fight I I I I again Dempsey announced 1 He said he would be willing to re remain re- re remain main at Miami Beach and help the 1 Madison Square Garden people pro pro- promote promote promote mote the Sharkey Stribling-Sharkey fight if t...

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Joe Stecher Wins Match [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

S JOE WINS INS MATCH I Although Defeated Ilan hansen Ha men fn Gains Approval of 01 K C. C Crowd I KANSAS CITY Jan 11 U.- U. I A wrestling match that ended early I today after two hours of grueling mixing was awarded to Joe of scissor-hold scissor fame over Charles Hansen Ha n of or Omaha on points Hansen had won the approval al of tf the crowd cro d that remained to the end of the contest and the decision was met by boos The Omaha grappler r was twenty-five twenty pounds lighter than who was seldom in danger and was the aggressor in the match failed to use his famous scissor hold in the first hour and t I although he was more successful in inthe the second hour he was wa unable to toI apply it effectively I

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Little Ten Will Begin Cage Play [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

LITTLE TEN WILL BEGIN CAGE PLAY Season Opens Tonight at Boonville and Mexico MEXICO Mo Jan 11 The basketball ba kf season in the Little Ten Central Missouri Conference be begins bt be- begins I gins tonight six member teams go go- going going ing into action then and on Satur Satur- Saturday Saturday Saturday day night The season opens pens at Mexico and Boon ille tonight The Moberly Lions come to Mexico to meet the Bulldogs here The Columbia Kew- Kew K w- w pies ples meet Boonville Boon on its home borne floor Tomorrow night the Jefferson City Jays will come to Mexico to inaugurate inaugurate I rate the season with the Missouri Military Academy five winner of its only season pre-season game with Centralia 38 to 20 Other members of the loop Fulton Pulton the Missouri School for the Deaf Dear at Fulton Montgomery City and Fay- Fay I ette playing only only partial schedules open this season later ater in the month The Columbia are the 1928 champions with the Mexico five fi fiveas as a...

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New Game Tried in Rome [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I NEW V GAME TRIED IN IS ROME IE I Combine Basketball and Football in t olata i has been en invented in I A new game g I Rome Home by Secretary S of the j I Pac 1st party which combines foot- foot foott football t bull ball and basketball into one sport I 1 III It II is tilled d and is regarded I II I Iby by its inventor as having the best I II I I features feature's of both sports I I A round ball is used by teams of of eight men each cacho The ball is tin thrown II into a goal as in basket ball but S I I the player not can can not try for the goal when within wi thin 30 meters or 97 2 1 I feet of it Each Erch E ch goal counts coun one I II point The man with the ball can run 10 meters or 34 feet before pass pass- passing ing kicking or dribbling He can canI I pass in any direction but he can al also al- al also so be tackled and thrown by an any I number of opponents The first public game gamE- in the new stadium at Rome resulted in a 5 I i tie and met with the approval ol ci the ...

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"Art" Coglizer, '26 Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Art hArt Coglizer 26 Here Art Coglizer graduate of th the University class of 26 and former Tiger end came to Columbia yes yes- He lie is traveling for a sport sport- sporting sporting sporting I ing goods company

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Blue Jay Grid Banquet Held [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I BLUE JAY GRID GRI B hELl HELD Westminster r and Fulton ulton lEigh High loot Foot Football baU ball Men Attend Dinner I More than thirty five member of the Westminster gridiron squad as aswell asI aswell I well w as the senior Manior members nl rs of or the Fulton High School loot ball team attended the seventh f annual football foot bull banquet given Tuesday Tue day night nl ht by Ful Ful- Fulton Fulton ton professional and business men in the First Presbyterian Church at Fulton in ill honor of o the Westminster squad The toast toastmaster master was J. J harry At Atkinson At- At kinson a former baseball ba star tf at the Blue Jay institution and later t Er with wit h the St. St Louis Browns lor for a short shortt time t lut Responses to toasts were made by bv Dean George Dr R R. R O t. t Peebles B B. H. H Jameson Coaches caches CO James E E. Fiske and Brutus K Ham Harn- Hamilton ilton John J. J Andrews And of pf st st. Loui I I retiring captain and arid Elliot elect captain for...

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Coaches in St. Joseph [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I COACHES IN ST. ST JOSEPH Jack Matthews s 's Also Plays in Cage age Games Gam s There Jack Matthews former Tiger track star In m the mile and nd assistant a coach of If the t h freshman n an track squad last year ear is l playing basketball this th sea sra- Mason season son n St St. Joseph Jo ph where he is 1 bas bu- basketball and track coach at Central High School Matthews 1 s 's is playing pla with the First Fir t Christian Cardinals a Sunday school team which is composed ed for lor the thC most part of or former form r Hillyard players Tuesday Tu night t he rang up tune rune field fi ld baskets ba ts and in a previous iou game con ron connected connected with ten 2 I Members l of the squad who I ly Played pla d with the national chaos cham championship pion square are Mueller a for for- former former mer stat star su r with the Colorado School of Mies Mues who was a mem mrm- member member ber of the Warrensburg State Teach Teach- irs erst CS' CS squad a few lW veers vears y ars...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

The Th University Uni of Kansas Kt wrestling tea tam teai MI will open the the season Son in a con con- It rn match at Oklahoma tomor- tomor row low The Tle members of the squad who won rumination elimination trials will make I the trip t They are Anderson 11 pounds Bratton pounds Stough pounds Capt C pt Cox pounds Hat Hatton ton 1 5 pounds Church pounds pO and Cummings pounds pound I IThe The heavyweight choice choite i is undecided und

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

I I i ij iNow j Now we have ha Vt a real public steno steno- stenographic stenographic I graphic system y m. m Get our rates I TYPEWRITER SERVICE SERCE CO t All makes s bought and sold J 17 N. N St St. j. j I i I i P ay ay flarry arry 9 N. N i I ook C reber Phone T Ti LARD 2 lbs limit PORK SAUSAGE i for R. R 2 l I r C PORK STEAK lb i 4 piece per lb I I PORK CHOPS lb 20 Swifts Swift's BACON BACON- FRANKS and I I Rind off lb C BOLOGNA lb UC KRAUT Ri Fancy Fresh resh California 12 z c t 2 Ibis Ibs for 15 c C SHOULDERS skinned i DRESSED HOGS 1 1 I It BEEF BOIL lb 17 t lb Ih BEEF ROAST lb PARIS RIS MARKET J. J M. M C. C MARKET 4 t PITONE and LOCUST ST. ST t PHONE 1350 i I RAISINS AI INS Thompsons Thompson's iVORY V Y YAP SOAP AP 3 I t Seedless 4 lbs Ihs LiOt I small or 2 large 20 C t COFFEE Steel Cut POT POTATOES 1 TOES Fancy t. t i Maxwell Hou House e 32 C I Red River Ohio pk C 01 0 1 i S nfl lbs with order SUGAR U G excluding lard for 50 C C i t There ere will be a Folgers Folger's ers...

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

II PAGE SIX THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 11 II 11 1929 El Agricultural and Rural News I

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As Emergency Crop Soy Bean Has High Value [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

AS I Ts EMERGENCY 1 CROP SOY BEAN I IHAS HAS HIGH VALUE Boone County Farmers I Find Acreage of I I Pays IS POPULAR DAIRY FEED Conditions in Missouri Favor Extensive Planting Farmers in Boone County who arc are going to be short of legume hay for br their dairy cows cos co s this coming year can well afford to consider the bOY oy bean as an emergency crop I Each year Boone County farmers are axe finding out that soy beans as asA asa asa A crop croo do i pay av In 1927 ther were about acres acres of soy beans grown i in this county In 1928 it has been beets estimated by E. E A. A Logan a tural statistician of the College ot of of Agriculture at the University ty that thai there were about acres grown gron That is not a large ce acea o in ia this country but when it is considered oa i that most of the barmes s 's raising raisin beans beans planted patches of from five fue to ten acres very few being larger than that it is 15 evidence trial t be between be- be between between tween and ...

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

Centralia Dr J. J T. T Hickerson was as called to Kansas ansas City Saturday on account of the illness ol of his son Ray Hicker- Hicker aon of that city cit y i Dr O. O B. B Mayes l has been con- con confined confined fined lined to his room this week on ac account ac- ac account count of ol flu flu i Albion Sexton was as a Mexico visitor visitor tor Monday and Tuesday of this we week we k 1 Miss Della Delia Talbot has resumed her duties as Study Hall Keeper of the J High School after an absence of several weeks on account of an oper oper- atlon The P. P E. E O. O Sisterhood met m t on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs O. O B. B Mayes Mrs Olivia Pember- Pember Pemberton I I t ton being the leader Mr Newman n Bugg returned home 1 Tuesday from a visit isit with Uth his son If t t. t Henry in Springfield Ben Berg was in St. St Louis Iuis the I I first of the week on business r Mr and Mrs H H. S S. Rowland were t t Moberly visitors Tuesday Tu t Mrs W. W T. T Cooley has turned returned ...

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On Wichita Beacon Staff [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I On Wichita Bra Beacon con Staff Vehlow B. B J. J 26 has t changed Ed from l lr r position as re reporter re- re reporter porter on Denver Tr Post tr tc the th editorial stalL of the Wichita Beacon 1

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Experts to Talk at Corn Show [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

EXPERTS TO TALK AT CORN SHOW Program to Be Devoted to Educational Work for Better Seed Many lany blE alu subjects will 11 be dis- dis discussed cu cussed sed at the Twenty-sixth Twenty Annual State tat Corn and Grain irain Show held h ld here Jan 14 by leading men nun menI I who have had many years of study tudy I in fl agricultural work This show will willi willbe i be l t one of the attractive features f of I I the Good Seed Short Course con- con conducted conducted conducted ducted by the College CoHeRe of Agriculture rn en the same samp dates d s. s The annual business hu in s meeting of the Missouri Corn Growers Growers' Association be beheld beheld held during this same period The Th whole program of this short hort seed setd course end corn show shW will w De strictly educational and it should be profitable to every member of the theA I A s lation and to many farmers 1 cf the state who are interested d in inI I good seed for the betterment of I cops crois CrOl Besides B sides...

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

Sturgeon Mrs 1 Lee Allen and little little- son of Hallsville have been visiting her h r mother Mrs Nannie Richards is and other Sturgeon relatives I I Clarence Bartee of Central Col Col- College loge lege 1 Je has been the guest of Leon Barnes recently I Mrs l George Greeno is the guest cf j t her sister Mrs frs Ed Myres of Hallsville Halls who is ill I Conard and Edward Clayton and and andA Aubrey A Roberts were visitors in m Moberly r-oberly Saturday I II I III I II Postmaster Ray Streeter eter is 15 con- con confined confined fined to his home suffering with the the flu nu J i I I Elvin Barnes of Moberly was a a. I I business business visitor in m Sturgeon Satur Satur- Saturday I day I I Arch and Leon Barnes were Mo- Mo MoI visitors Thursday I I I Ii I i Miss Miss Thelma Thompson of Moberly visited the past week with her grand grand- grandmother grandmother grandmother mother Mrs George Brown i i iI I Mr and Mrs frs Ray Streeter enter enter- entertained entertained tamed at six ...

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Tobacco Brings $1,800,000 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I TOBACCO BRINGS Sale Salt of Pounds Averaged A 30 I III tnt Ont at Auction j I II Northwest Missouri fj farmers who I raise tobacco have haf ha f received Cei approximately 1 approximately 1 from the th sale salt of I more than pounds of to tobacco to- to tobacco I bacco this year ear to-I to It was not until this year that the I u ing of the th leaf became general Buyers i from Eastern tobacco firms firms' I Ii i praised pr the product and bid an av I a at- at 1 I raRe of 30 cents a 11 pound for leaf I af auctioned d in the warehouses in m this I part of oC the country I 1 II I I Of the amount sold at the market i i in ii the th northwest part of the state ly was W s raised i ii in Platte Plat e and Clay Counties The The i I auction of the th crop held at Weston W tn I II i was vas as the occasion for a celebration attended I t by farmers f from various anous I I sections actIons of Missouri II III

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Farm Accounting System is Tried [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

FARM IF ARM ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING 1 I I SYSTEM is TRIED I i I Farmers Open Books for fori I i Years Year's Trial of Organ- Organ Organized Organized j 1 i Program 1 I Farm problems and the cost of farm fn rm production are being reduced rt through though t the in erest of farmers in m inkt keeping kt ping and analyzing a simple system tem teal of bookkeeping as an annual practice D 1 I C. C Wood extension ext specialist in farm management of of the University and E E. E E. Brad Bradfield fie Id county extension extEn ion agent at Sedalia I st a farm accounting system with vuth a small group of farmers at Sedalia Sedalla recently A year vear front from now these same sam men menvill v vill ill meet and analyze their accounts and agree on a definite corrective program to bo followed during the ensuing year The results will be benl measured nl by next years year's record During the summer r of 1929 demon demon- demonstrations demonstrations will be given to show the th problems confron...

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

I I McBaine I Thomas G G. Clark was in Columbia on I on business Monday i t H H. E E. E Ridgel visited Mr and Mrs frs J J. J T T. Richardson over the week end I Mr and Mrs Carl Drenon ar at nt I Mo thia thI week visiting Mrs Drenon's Drenon s parents Mr Mi and Mrs I D D. Brown Brownfield field I Miss Linda Mae Gibson had Mrs l E. E E. E Pickering and children of or Co- Co Columbia Columbia lumbia as guests over the week-end week I Mrs Jesse Turner and father J J. J J.E. i E. E Ballenger were in lii Columbia at attending at- at attending attending tending to business Tuesday I I I Clarence Douglass of ot St St. Louis is Ire Kore t re this week because of the sen- sen senous sonO ous O illness of ot his father W. W H H. Doug- Doug DougI I j lass I II I Mr and aDd Mrs Monroe Sappington i returned to St St. Louis Sunday They Th y I I I came last Thursday to attend att end the th the funeral of Mr s little l I Iniece niece niece Dorothy Sappington who died I wits with Wit l scarlet fever...

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