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Writes Verese of Memories [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I WRITES RITES VERSE OF MEMORIES S Mrs l Jane Rogers Former Resident 1 Recalls Childhood Scenes S The following verses were ere written by Mrs Jane Jane- Harris Rogers who j formerly lived in Boone County Mrs j Rogers who is 70 years old now lives in St. St Paul Minn MimI Memories The meadows meado of Missouri j I Always s appeal ap al to ne cne ln Tho years have passed pa sed they the remain As 5 fair as fair can be bethey They I still are ar clothed clot hed he'd in verdure i Around round A my childhood home Near iNear ear by b there is a garden i Where fanc fanci v bids me roam Again mid scenes cen s enchanted jl j I 1 revel in each rose I A butterfly then butterfly then perchance May lav lead Irad me where it goes j I Meanwhile Ie the birds sing gayly i Among the leafy tree trees j And mingled with their gladness There Then is the hum of bees i i evening r now and bobwhite Is calling to his mate out From the woodland pasture Beyond yond the orchard gate f Soon came another seaso...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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M. U. Graduate to Colorado [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

M. M I. I T. T GRADUATE TE TO COLORADO Roy Hockensmith kr HO Will ll Teach In Agricultural g College at Ft Collins Roy Ro H. H Hockensmith who for the past two years has been an assistant in the soils sOlIs department of the tile Missouri College ge of Agriculture Agriculture- has taken a position po on the teaching staff in the agronomy department ot 01 the Colorado Agricultural College Mr tr Hockensmith will take up his new work this week i While hile with the th college here he has been working on nitro nitro- nitrogen nitrogen nitrogen gen fertilizer aided by a grant to toI I the department nt of soils i Mr l Hockensmith completed work for his masters master's degree de at the Uni Urn University University of Missouri fis ouri at a t the close or ori 0 i the 1928 19 8 summer session e lon I

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Crime Code Adopted [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I i rime ode Code Adopted CHILLICOTHE Mo 1 Jan 12 U. U f P. P A I.-A A stern crime code has been adopted adopt d by the Thief Anti-Thief Association i tion lion of Missouri Ii to be be- presented to the Missouri General Assembly The Th association proposes twenty eight twenty eight new laws most of them designed to 1 aid aAd the prosecution A state con- con conj constabulary constabulary j is included in the pro- pro proposals proposals proposals and a tightening up on bonds and bondsmen

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Awards Made at Jefferson [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

AWARDS MADE AT JEFFERSON Field Meet Winners Get It Pep Rally Rail Follows J Music M Students of tile the Jefferson Junior High School were entertained yester yester- yesterday yesterday day morning with ith a combined pep meeting m Ung and musical program The I Junior high school orchestra of about fifteen pieces directed dirc by Mrs John I Riley opened the program with two numbers by Ascher AS her Lola Waltz I and Cupids Heart Three silver plated were ere I awarded to Homerooms rooms 37 21 21 1 and 31 of the seventh sE eighth I and ninth j I grades respectively respective res which won high high- highest hi h- h hest est eat honors in the Field Day meet last May Coach Clyde CIde Ficklin in telling the students how his class won its through opera co-opera ion don i asked a ked kedI I the student body to help hell the bas bas- basketball basketball basketball team win its it games by more co Following short talks L. by the three t hrIE lettermen on the the- team Norris Norm Mur Mum r...

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Church for Cruiser Bill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

CHURCH FOR CRUISER BILL L I Members lUr of 01 Institution Favor or Its Enactment CHILLICOTHE Mo lo Jan 12 c U p p. While Methodist bishops and church leaders were in Washington ton lobbying against the fifteen cruiser fifteen en cruiser bill members of the first Methodist l i Episcopal Church here Thursday j I passed resolutions solutions r demanding enact enact- enactment enactment ment of the measure j I The Rev R Lloyd V. V Harmon pastor of the congregation was one on of the leaders in the move e to pass the reso- reso r o- o j I lulion lution i While hile peace is to be desired the tile resolution stated the fact stands out fut forcefully ln in the light ot of his- his history tory tory that that the principles and ideals of Ot peace right and justice of a na- na nation nation tion are given iven greater consideration I when that nation is in lii a position pu to toI command respect r p C I

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Embroidery Work Received Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

t EMBROIDERY WORK WORIc RECEIVED HERE Rumanian Children Work Is Gift for Pupils of Keene School The children at Keene School l have recently received r elved a J port from children in Constanta Rum Rinnan It contains twenty t pages of e ez pies of embroidery typical of aa p mania done done- in colored silk t. t Most of the samples are are- made fa needle point Suzanne stitch or p j tit lit point On the last two 1 there of mS are arC figures a peasant j and woman done in petit point t about 8 inches high rugh and 4 inch inci i wide I The children of or Keene K ne School hart hatt h been exchanging work with the Ru I maman children n for several se yean j The first portfolio was received Ed short ly before Queen Qu en Maries Marie's visit to the United States Last year they gent descriptions of the games they pi pia y examples of their class work Del i sewing and pictures they th y had made Correspondence is carried on mj un- under i der the auspices of the Junior Red ft 1 Cross of Bo...

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New Cable Rates Announced [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

NEW XE CABLE ABLE RATES A TES ANNOUNCED i Night Sight Letter r Service to Be Cheaper Cheap by hv 2 Cents a Word ord The Western Union TelegraM Company according to C. C A. A local Il cal manager has announced th effective Monday londay its word fifty-word night nie letter will ill be extended over over- overseas seas to its offices in London Liver Liver- y pool Birmingham Biln Bristol and other ou principal cities of the British Wei This service ser will also be extended I J to 10 all points in Great Britain and i Ireland as soon as necessary n arrange ments can be made with British authorities aut j I This cable night letter will win sup sup- supplement s the week end cable letter ie and will be 2 cents a word cheaper than the latter Thus a fifty word cablegram may be sent this way fa f. I 7 cents a word

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Jefferson City Many Buy Park [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Jefferson City May Buy Ruy Part JEFFERSON CITY Jan 12 UP I The The city council will decide tl i week upon buying Houchins Houchin's Part Park Parti i here and converting erting it into a mu playground

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

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

i THE TIlE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY 12 1 Dan nr f The News In the Field of Sport Salesman Sam By Small L 16 IS A E KO W cs TN CARE CR OF OP HOMOW CU LL Hf xO Vm T TH TW p PART AFT I UP IMO PT dor eur TM TW STUFF D OLIVES OU ES Guess I W OLNeS 1 CK PPE e eI g ORDER f t. c L A Tf OAS 04 OUT oui- Af 7 I W LT Tr I ThU w A HURR S. S r. r OME L STeer TP GeT str sone SOt WHO WHO V f-V BuT TM TW OUy W WOUT ThReW SS r E 1 OUT XV OUT COT 9 f 2 2 ToO REt tT t rS o j n u II Freckles and His Friends I c J-E J IT S 8 YEAR rAt r OJ oc A u E PLACES rc 00 t T r e I r. r R- R GEE X IF F TU- TU LAST ST MY p A TD ro INt 1 D SAY FON AS 1 HAD J. V CERTAINLY DO i iNAS LAST XA TO NAS M 1 tU ALL BY WO DeR J f IS t AND JUST TUI kL OP x MAO I II It i Ii I t 9 A J I i I S t.

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Missouri H. S. Competition Dates Are Set [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

MISSOURI H. H S. S I COMPETITION I II IDA I DA DATES TES ARE SET State Tournaments in Basketball Track to Be Here CAGE FINALS MARCH 1516 15 16 I 16 Teams Representing Various Sections to Enter Them I Dates for preliminaries and the finals in state high hi h school competition competition j tion in basketball and track were vere announced here today by the th Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri Missour sour athletic department The dates were set recently by the State High School Board meeting in St St. Louis Finals in basketball will be here March 16 15 with the state meet in track here May 4 4 Sub-district Sub tournaments in basketball must be completed by March 1 2 and the district tournaments on March 8 Last year the number participating in the elimination tournament nt try- try tryouts tryouts tryouts I outs for basketball preceding the state tournament was more than the number in the district tournaments narrowing down to with sixteen competing in the finals here This year ear the number...

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

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Illinois Captain [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Illinois Captain II f i Lf j I tf 1 j. j A. A R. R Morrison captain of the Illinois wrestlIng team which meets meet the th Missouri lIs uri squad tonight is a vet vet- veteran veteran eran matman lie has taken hon hon- honors ors in several leveral national meets ts and was Has a member of the U. U 1 S. S Olympic II squad last year u

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Indoor Baseball on Ice is Newest Sport for Kansas Citians [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Indoor Baseball On OnIce OnIce OnIce Ice Is Newest Sport For Kansas The newest winter sport introduced to Kansas City patrons is indoor baseball on ice ice The chief difference between this game and the one played in the summer time on some vacant lot is that the players wear skates tes As the Pla-Mor Pla Pla- Pla hockey rink makes indoor skating accessible to Kansas C the game is increasing in popularity The new sport will be tried out before the public tomor tomor- tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow row night when a game will wUI be played during the intermission of the hockey game between the Kan Kan- Kansas Kansas sas sass City Pla-Mors Pla Pla- Pla and the St. St Louis professional hockey team

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Will Try to Stop Razzing [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

WILL ILL TRY TO STOP RAZZING Ames Arnes Seeks Better Sportsmanship at Basketball Games Game'S A campaign for Lor better sportsman sportsman- sportsmanship sportsmanship sportsmanship ship on the part of Ames audiences at basketball games is under way vay at Iowa State College as the re result re- re result sult suit of a request on the part of T. T N. N Metcalf Metca director of athletics Several short talks were given Tuesday Tup day and Wednesday by members of the faculty with the aim of ot doing away with the growing custom of booing basketball officials and raz raz- razzing razzing razzing zing opposing teams A series of ed editorials ed- ed editorials editorials in the school paper also stressed the importance of good sportsmanship at basketball games The effect of the campaign will be demonstrated tonight when the Kan Kan- Kansas Kansas sas play Ames in the first Big Six contest The Ames are in top tip-top condition for their game tonight ac according ac- ac according cording ...

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O. U. Swamps Aggies 51-16 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

O. O V. V 1 SWAMPS AMPS 51 16 Shearer Sooner Center Leads L adB Scoring log ing With lib Ith 13 Points The University U versi ty of Oklahoma cage team t am demonstrated Thursday night that they have more than ordinary ordinary- strength str and power when they swamped th the Oklahoma Aggie quin gum tet 51 to 16 The game was almost a practice session for the since they were never compelled to extend themselves This win was as the ty-fourth ty consecutive victory for the Oklahoma team Shearer Sooner center was the offensive ace nee of or the contest and led the scoring with 13 points

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Sports Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

L I Sport Briefs I IBy By United Press APPLETON Wis Coach Coach George Hitchcock brings his Wisconsin wres wres- wrestling wrestling team warn here herf tonight to engage in the Lawrence La College meet The event ent will be Wisconsin's last pre- pre conference battle as the Badgers open the Dig Big Ten season with Uh 1111 Illi Illinois nois here January 19 CHICAGO An CHICAGO An official statement shows that since the legalization of I boxing in Illinois the sport has hasI brought the state revenue amount amount- amounting amounting amounting ing to 08 I DES MOINES In MOINES In a ragged game last night Drake University's bas- bas basketball basI team trounced the Grinnell I College Coll e quintet 31 to 12 The pi- pi made but four points in the second half of a game gam that was as ex expected ex- ex expected expected to be hard fought I AMES Al la The The Iowa State Stale quin Quin- quintet Quintet quintet tet showed plenty of form and a smooth long passing attack to win in its Big ...

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Coaches Championship Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I COACHES CHAMPIONSHIP CHAM CHAMONS ONS TEAM M. M U. U Graduate Is Athletic Director of Mississippi High School Roderic Gillette B B. in Education Education Education tion 28 athletic director at the Greenville Miss high school is making good as a coach Gillette turned out a championship football tram team in his first year in athletic I work and at present is his jb b. b bS team into shape for the I season

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M. U. Wrestler [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

II M. M U. U Wrestler I t I. I j 1 4 r I I I i i I I 1 I t I tI I I I t t J i r f f I I i Clarence D. D Tro Trowbridge br bridge df who ho has ha a at t been en selected d to meet apt A. A R. R Morrison Murrison of the th Illinois wrestling j team tf-am In the tb matches math at Rothell I Gymnasium tonight Trowbridge H j Ha jI isa a Columbia Colombia boy and Is I expected fx ted to I give live Morrison a real battle

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K. S. A. C. May Lose Coach McMillan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I K S. S A. A C. C MAY LOSE COACH MCMILLAN Bo Being Seriously Considered for Texas Christian U. U Job MANHATTAN Kan Jan 12 Coach UP-Coach A A. N. N Bo McMillan McMillan McMillan lan of the Kansas ies is being considered seriously s as the suc sac successor successor cessor to Madison Bell at Texas Christian University Fort Port Worth Tex it was learned here today Coach McMillan had planned d to go 10 goto to Fort Worth today but he is in inthe inthe inthe the hospital h pi ta 1 ill with influenza As Aa soon as he recovers however he will go to Texas to confer coaler with wi th the University authorities A A. M. M Ahearn director of or athletics at K 8 A. A C. C C. C said that McMillan had discussed with him the possibility ity of or the Texas Job but declared the position had not been offered him nor had he applied Leading business men of Fort Worth how how- however however ever are understood to be behind t te e negotiations

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