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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I O her Say I I j Facts That Trouble America From My Magazine Thoughtful Americans are deeply troubled at the ter ter- terrible terrible ter- ter terrible growth of crimes of violence in their midst In the pioneer days s when m people wine scattered in unprotected homesteads crime was to be expected but the crime that is 15 deplored today is 11 in settled cities fully equipped with police pollee and courts of law la Fast as these great cities dUes have grown crime has grown enormously enor enor- enormously faster In our own time Ume the figures have become truly alarming It is stated that in thirty large cities clUes whose population population tion has hu nearly doubled since 1900 the cases causes of death by violence including murder and manslaughter horn hom homicides have tuve increased four times so 10 that the actual proportion of homicides to the population has actually doubled That is to say y while in 1900 there were some rome homicides hOIl in a population of 12 millions r...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
To Give St. Pat's Ball March 16 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO GIVE ST. ST PATS PAT'S BALL MARCH 16 M. M U. U Engineers Will Also Have Green Tea and Alumni Dinner The 1929 St. St Pats Pat's Ball annual dance given by the students of the College of Engineering at the tInt Uni University venit will be held Saturday night March 16 18 according to a decision made Thursday night at a meeting of the St. St Pats Pat's Board The usual stunts put on by the students and the awarding warding a of ot degrees will take place on Friday March 15 Committees were appointed last lut night The following follo men are in charge of the affair St. St Pats Pat's Ball Tom green tea Charles Haynes alumni dinner Ralph George and alumni letters Tom Toni Randall The green tea which is a feature of Engineers' Engineers Week will be held heldon heldon heldon on Saturday afternoon March 16 from train 3 to 5 o'clock At 6 30 o'clock I the same evening the alumni dinner will be held he at the Tiger Tiler Hotel I Plans were also aLto discussed at the meeting last night for a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To Furnish Program Music [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO FURNISH PROGRAM MUSIC Local al Schools and aDd Colleges Will ill En En- Entertain Entertain Entertain Next N st Week k kAU All AU musical entertainment tnt for the sixteenth nth annual meeting of the Missouri State School Administrative tire tive 11 ve Association tion to be held he ld in Co Ce- Columbia lumbia from Tuesday to Saturday next week will be furnished by schools and colleges e here All sea ses sessions will be held in the University Auditorium in Jesse Jess Hall Halt The David Hickman High Blah School orchestra will open the first session of the association at 7 30 o'clock Tuesday evening Wednesday morn morn- morning mornIng I ing at 9 8 o'clock the University High School will entertain I Music will be by Christian College students Thursday morning at 9 15 o'clock and by the University Mens Men's Glee Club Thursday evening at o clock The University Women's Glee Club will sing at 9 o'clock Friday morn morn- ing Irig Saturday morning at 9 8 o'clock the music will Ul be ...

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Color is Program Feature [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

COLOR IS PROGRAM FEATURE Dorothy Rancher Kaucher Reads Rt at Y W. W C. C A. A Meeting Thursday An atmosphere of color was car car- carried carried ried ned out in the decorations de at the Lowry Hall auditorium Thursday afternoon for the color program of the Y W. W C. C A. A Color in music was illustrated by Alberto Arce with a aloUn violin loUn solo 1010 and by Marian larian Avery with a vocal solo accompanied by Constance Boyer Miss Dorothy Kaucher read several poems to show color In tn poetry A dance by Evelyn illustrated ed cit color in dancing Emily May Brengle gave ave a short talk to show color in religion She discussed d several characters of the Bible interpreting various traits trait of their natures through the medium of colors and the impressions they make

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To Hold Mock Court-Martial [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO HOLD MOCK MARTIAL COURT R. R O. O T T. C. C Infantry Trial to B Be Part of Terms Term's Work ork orkA A mock martial court-martial is to be beheld beheld held next Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the military laboratory The trial although based on an actual occurrence is a part of or claw class work George B. B Kavanaugh of the In In- Infantry Infantry fantry of the R R. O. O T. T C C. is to be tried for behaving beha with disrespect toward to Capt John Jenkins his su superior su- su suJ superior J officer on the day of July Jul 1928 MaJ Lawrence A. A Brill of the In In- Infantry Infantry fantry is to be the chief witness against the accused and Capt T. T M. M Parks Parts will be a witness for toe the accused

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Rifle Club to Compete [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

RIFLE CLUB CLr TO COMPETE r Will in Fire In N. N NE N.E. R. R A. A Championship Matches This Month Members of the University Un Rifle I Club will compete in the annual N N. NR R R. A. A individual 22 rifle rine gallery I championship matches matchel which will be fired this month Members of the Rifle Club who I will compete in the mens men's jual t tint ual collegiate match are as follows 5 f 10 O. O B. B Collins R R. Schofield Pennis-i Pennis Pennis- Pennis ton Loren G. G Jack H. H Tur- Tur Turi i nero ncr Emerick Vavra Va and Roger Roser Tay- Tay tier Ilor I The members rs competing in the 1 women's individual collegiate match I are Frances Fagin Ruth Garst Garat and Catherine C Montgomery I Those completing comp Una in the Tyro in In- In individual championship match are IO to B. B Co ns R. R Schofield Pennis- Pennis I ton W. W Russell Smith Loren O. O Jack H. H Turner and Emer- Emer Emerick lick ick Vavra I lick Roger Roler Taylor who is 1 entered in inI Inthe I the men mens men...

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Agricultural Editor Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I AGRICULTURAL EDITOR SPEAKS A. A A. A Jeffrey Stresses News N w Instead In ad adof 1 of Publicity to Club A. A A. A Jeffrey agricultural editor I stressed news as opposed to in his talk Making the Most of Our I Relations with the Newspapers be before be- be beI before I fore the regular meeting of the Agri Agni- Agricultural cultural Education Club Thursday night I Newly elected officers offic rs of the club for tor next term are President J J. H. H Foard vice Charles Rhode secretary secretary- secretary Raymond Sneed 1 and corresponding secretary L. L C C. Ci C. C i Thornton I A committee wa Wb appointed to make arrangements for a rabbit hunt to tobe tobe tobe be staged stag by the club soon Prof Sherman Dickinson head of the agricultural education depart depart- department department ment meat is 11 sponsor of the club

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Instruments Are Explained [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

i INSTRUMENTS ARE EXPLAINED I Prof Sleeper Tells Elementary Pu Pu- Pupil pile pil of 01 Differences I J. J T. T Sleeper of the School of Fine Arts of the University had charge of the assembly program progress yesterday morning at the University I Elementary School He gave an account of or the cello violin viola and bass viol explain explain- explaining explainIng explaining I ing how each differed from the oth oth- er cr Sam Luttrell a student in the I School of Fine Arts demonstrated the differences between the violist violin olin olinI I and cello The object of this program was wa to make the children acquainted with the instruments told about be because be cause next Friday in the weekly t I radio ladio program they will be demon demon- demonstrated by Walter Damrosch

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To Teach in North Carolina [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO TEACH TEA H IN NORTH CAROLINY CAROLIN CAROL IS IF F. F L L. Davis Will Be in State Colleg CoU i I Soils Department There Franklin L L. Davis until recent I a graduate student in tn the er University say sity has accepted a position as as as- assistant asI I f professor in the soils depart department dEpartment ment of the North Carolina Agri Agni Agricultural I cultural College at Raleigh Mr Davis Da vis completed work on his hi masters master's degree at the University last June and since then has been bees working on soil soU bacteriology and an legume as a member of o the department of soils In the th Col Col- College College College f lege of Agriculture

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Tryouts Being Held for Play [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Tryouts Being Held H ld for Play The Missouri Workshop dramatic organization is the first amateur producing prod company to present The Silver SUver Cord by Sydney Howard ac according ac- ac according according cording to Donovan director of the Workshop The date dats for the presentation of the production tion has haa not yet been determined Tryouts are being held and will be b continued Monday and from Iron 4 6 o'clock in Room Jesse Hall HajJ The books boots are on reserve at the thi University Library Mr Is urging all town-people town and faculty J ty members who are re interested ted in production play-production to try out for tor The Silver Cord

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Council Holds Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I-C I COUNCIL HOLDS LUNCHEON LU HEON Students Religious Religions Group Hears Bear It i I t i Paul at Noon Today The The Executive Council of the Stu Stu- Students Students Students dents Religious Council had a lunch- lunch luncheon luncheon jeon dents eon today at 12 o'clock at Harris Harris' Paul Guthrie a representative of ithe t the Intercollegiate te Prohibition As As- Association Association was the main speaker Guthrie also spoke before some of the young peoples people's church organize organize- organizations i Sunday morning and will win ad ad- address adI address dress the Evangelical Student con con- congregation congregation I Sunday evening ening at a 7 I t o clock at Lowry Hall Commission Begins Series Dorothy Andris discussed the life Ufe of or Jane Addams Addama social welfare worker of ot Chicago at the meeting lof I of the Freshman Commission yes yes- i I afternoon This is ie the first of a series aeries of discussions on famous I women which will be given Ki ven ...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

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Fire Rages Four Hours in Capital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

FIRE RAGES FOUR HOURS IN CAPITAL F Street Buildings in Washington Damaged by Blaze WASHINGTON Jan 12 UP f A spectacular downtown fire in InI which two firemen were overcome by bJ I smoke and a third burned seriously enough nouh to be taken to a hospital I was brought under control today aft sit after er three hours of fighting Only the walls of the buIlding bunding I housing the Dulin A at Martin ti Com Corn Company Company pany in the shopping district on F Street were left at the central point of the fire A half dozen other buildings were were slightly damaged dama d when burning embers were spread by bya a strong southwest wind Ten engine companies arrived arnved from Baltimore during the height of the blaze

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Bank Gets Tax Bills [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

i I BANK GETS TAX BILLS City Follows Usual Policy in Collect CoCat- Collecting lug ing for Improvements The tax bills for the paving of Locust Street have been turned over overto overto overto to the Central Bank for collection This is in keeping with the policy polley of the Ule city in taking care of the costs of its improvements The tax bills billa are made out to cover the cost of the job so 10 long longas lon as it is lower than the engineers engineer's estimate and given to the contractor They entitle him to a first lien on the property for collection Usually as u in this case the contractor has borrowed money to do the Job from the bank and assigned to the bank his hb right to the tax bills The bank receives es the bills direct from the city clerk derk and will wUl make collections The right to the collection of the special assessments for the construction construction construction tion of a sewage system in District 66 has also been turned over to the bank by Herbert con- co...

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To Have Six Clubs in 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO HAVE H. SIX CLUBS LUBS IN 1929 Western estern Association Officials Rule Role Against Split Season JOPLIN Mo Jan 12 UP Six clubs will wUl compose the membership of the Western Baseball Association in 1929 and the split season will win be abandoned association officials de de- decided decided de- de at the annual winter meeting I here i Cities definitely in the league are Joplin and Springfield Mo Fort Port Smith Ark Art and Independence Kan The other two franchises will win be I placed in two to of three cities They Iare are Muskogee Okla Okia and Topeka members cf c the circuit last season and Shawnee Sha nee Okla Muskogee faced with the threat of losing their club on account of the recent withdrawal of the 81 a 8 I Louis Louts Browns who operated a club there last season as a farm fann was wu almost certain of remaining in the loop as the result of overtures by a group of business men from Mus- Mus Muskogee Muskogee kogee koree who brought cash and net nd evi- evi evidence denc...

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Flight is Abandoned [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I FLIGHT i- i 18 ABANDONED Los Angeles Angeles- to dua to Lake Lab Lak bust beret N. N J. J Hangar PORT ST. ST JOE Fla PIe Jan 12 UP The The navy dirigible Los LoI Angeles swung lazily to the mooring mast n of the tender Patoka today as ar arrangement are ar- arrangements were made for fOl a return to Lakehurst N. N J. J about noon Bad weather ther yesterday caused cau abandonment of the projected flight to Miami Fla Pie and ut Com Ros- Ros Rosendahl endahl ordered the craft made ready for an immediate return to her home hangar bangar A navy plane from Pensacola was w expected during the morning wi with 10 gallons of denatured alcohol needed to keep the motor r of the dirigible from freezing on the th flight north A slight wind during the night had died down at dawn The bay was wu wa placid end and the Los Angeles appeared motionless J

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"Flu" May be World-Wide [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

FLU MAY HAY B BE WORLD WIDE J Committee Studying Disease Fean Universal Epidemic 1 WASHINGTON Jan 12 UP The present influenza epidemic wUI be world-wide world in scope if it continues continue J j to spread similar to previous epU epi- demies demica a committee appointed to of 1 study progress of the disease report reported ed eel today to health officials and set set- scientists from twenty states gathered here The committee estimated the du du- dura duration ration ra Uon of the disease at a t from five fi t t. t ten weeks In one community and i isaid ii said it apparently had reached its ita peak in the Midwest but continued continues to t spread in the East and New Ne England states

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Honorary Society to Elect [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I HONORARY SOCIETY TO ELECT Gamma Sigma Slama Delta Will WID Choose New Members Tuesday Gamma Sigma Delta honorary so so- in the College of Agriculture will meet next n Tuesday afternoon at a 4 o'clock in Room West Agri- Agri Agricultural cultural Building At that time men mea ni from the senior class and graduate students who have shown unusual scholarship and research ability in agriculture will be elected to mem mess Officers of the society are Pres Pres- ident Prof E. E L. L Morgan and aDd secretary treasurer M M. T. T Foster O. O B. B Thorns Thome of the agricultural economics department will win give ve a report of the legislative council meeting in Chicago which he at at- attended attended tended during the holidays

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May Have Airplane Taxis [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

MAY HAVE AIRPLANE TAXIS I Two St. St Louis Loala Aviators Consider Locating in Jefferson Jelf City The establishment of taxi air-taxi ser ser- service service vice and a flying school in Jefferson City is being considered by two L a. LLouis Louis fliers men John A. A Hunter and aDd Charles L. L Peterson Hunter has a reputation as s a trans state flier fUer having made three air runs from St. St Louis Louta to New York Yort He is also known for his barn barD barnstorming barnstorming storming expeditions Peterson is 15 the holder of a private license and has baa sufficient flying ym ex ea- experience es- es to entitle him to the next nm I higher rank government license cx a.- ex animation

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

f I 1110 1611 IO DIn I I I I II The Columbia Missourian Offers a Word Booklet for School Children And Advanced Students r There is hardly anything to be learned in school that is is more important to us all our lives than how to talk and write correctly and skillfully Anything that will help us attain efficiency in these two accomplishments merits our careful attention This bureau has for distribution an authoritative booklet on words It deals with ith Words We Mispronounce Words We Misspell and Words We Misuse I You need this booklet in your school work Send foi fo your copy today Enclose six cents in coin or stamps stamp for or return postage and handling Frederic Frederie J. J Haskin Director The Columbia Missourian Information Bureau Washington D. D C. C I 1 enclose herewith six cents cent in coin or stamps for fora a copy of the WORD ORD BOOKLET Name r. r Street rI tI City r. r 1 7 I Sta State te o i.- i. r 1 A r f r I. I 4

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