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Junior High Team Wins [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I JUNIOR mG HIGH TEAM TEAM WINS I Jefferson City Ba n Downed by to 32 Score The Jefferson Junior High School took their third victory of the season last night from front the Jef Jet Jefferson Jefferson ferson City Junior High School 32 I I to 16 t I Schoper center for tor the local team scored 16 points and English right I forward scored II 11 1 1 The game ame was a aj fast affair and was played in the j Jefferson City High School slum

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
M. U.-Illini Mat Contest Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I M. M U. U. MAT I CONTEST TONIGHT I Eight Matches Lasting Ten Minutes Each to toBe toBe toBe Be Fought A full fun house houe is expected x to wit wit- witness witness witness ness the Missouri Illinois mat meet which will start at 7 30 o'clock to tonight to- to tonight night at Rothwell Gymnasium Seat Seat- Seating Seating to-I to ing capacity for more than 1200 has hasI I been arranged About of o these are side ring seats ats Student athletic tickets are good rood for this meet m t. t General admission is 75 15 cents cent and side ring-side seats eats are 1 II The meet will start with the ban ban- bantamweight bantamweight I or pound lIS-pound class fin fin- finishing f with the heavyweight h n or t pound class clus Each of the eight matches will wUl last lut ten minutes In Incase InI I case cue of a draw the match may last lut sixteen minutes or two to extra three three- ih minute periods periods' with a one-minute one rest allowed C L. L 1 Larson will win replace place Gene in t...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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New "Bunion Derby" in March [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

New Bunion Derby in March I SPRINGFIELD Mo Jan 12 UP I C. C. C C C. Pyles Pyle's second I Hn bunion derby will begin late in March this time starting at New Hew NewYork NewYork York the promoter announced d in a aletter aI aletter I letter lett r to John T. T Woodruff president president i- i ident dent of the tho United States Highway i 68 66 Association here today The Th itin iUn- itinerary iUnI includes Philadelphia Balti Balti- Baltimore I more Wheeling Wh Columbus Ohio Dayton Daton India Indianapolis St St. Louis Loul Springfield Vinita Oklahoma City Muskogee Dallas El Paso and Los Loa Angeles i

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In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

1 ti In and of Missouri 1 I I Concerns Co cerns Installing mills mill In Shan Shan- Shannon Shannon Shannon non and Reynolds counties for the I purpose of cutting timber report that I that they e have been flooded with j i applications for tor employment j Judge Juda-e John H. H Bradley who has has' has baa hasI I completed twelve years' years service on onI the Springfield Court of Appeals 11 will I I win will move to Los Loa Angeles the rp litter I part of this month j Dunklin DunkUn County citizens gave Ye a to total to- to toI tal of 1124 50 during a recent Red Reel RedCross Crow I Cross drive there I N. N K Marshall candidate forI for I prosecuting attorney of Howard County last lut year has returned to the county after being belne in southeast southeast- southeastern ern em Missouri and Sedalia for several se ral months V The January term tenn of the Howard County Circuit court faces the heaviest I lest iest docket in the history of the I court with one hundred and eighty eigh...

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I At the Th Theaters at rs I Varsity Charlie Murray as a New York Tort cop and Lucien Lu len as the Scotch tailor anor tail r. r compose the comedy team of Do uDo Your Duty and they work well ell together in this thIa picture Charlie has haa a beautiful daughter who is in i love Jove with wi th the police pollee captains captain's son Lucien gives lives the bride away 7 as is his wedding t to the present preten young of- of Acer Charlie becomes become a lieutenant on the police pollee squad but is 11 reduced to topa patrolman pa after being framed by crooks croon who rob a bank on his beat To regain his honor Charlie with the aid of his hll Scotch h tailor friend friends spots the same gang Pili in action in a i Jewelry store and triumphantly re regains rt- rt gains his lieutenants lieutenant's rank The sup porting cast work wort well in the picture There is ie a comedy and news ne on OD the bill On the stage tart the Doreen Sisters Sister and company do some fair dancing and the ...

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

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J I Cent a ft Word ord a Day 6 Days For Sc a Word Phone 55 t I L The Tb Columbia t of ot The of New Nt News News- 1 Classified i tr H Advertising Man Man- per which Include leading ne nf I Ira tm aral and Hr throughout the country ra papers SIT for foe Ita iii aim lm the of and nd misleading classified Columbia ColumbU The Th as wen well as M e everY nr other mem- mem nan endeavors endeavor to toI of the hi be truthful Want Ads Adi and aneS andr I print it only r appreciate h living ha its t attention ul in advertisement not con con- conto celled I to any to the to highest standards standard of J. J G. G BABB Investment Securities First Mortgage Tw Tia T Tiger Ticer Hotel 6 6 c Bonds III Exchange Katl Nati Bank Bide Phone 1862 G. G H. H WALKER CO rOe St St. I uis Mo 10 INVESTMENT INEST SECURITIES Members New V. V St. St s Loui Louis and Chicago SUi Sh Exchanges l Knowledge ns as to investment val values val val- vallies 1 ues lies of or high class stocks arid ...

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

PA THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 12 12 1929

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Farm-Aid Bills Are Proposed by J. S. Rollins [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

FARM-AID FARM BILLS ARE PROPOSED BY JS J. J S. S ROLLINS One Would Put Plant Board Under Dept of Agriculture FOR FERTILIZER TAX Jefferson City Hotels Are Filled for Monday By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 12 Leg 12 Leg Legislation illation to simplify and nd improve certain tain farm larin problems in Missouri was introduced in the General Assembly yesterday by James 8 S. Rollins of Co Co- Columbia Co- Co lumbia representative from Boone County One bill is to place the functions of a special plant board under the direction of the State Board of ot Ag Ag- Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture and thus centralize the work Preventing the introduction of in insect In- In sect pests pesta and plant diseases dl into the state would then come under the authority of the state board protection of Missouri plants by en en- enforcing enforcing forcing necessary quarantines against injurious pests peats and diseases is said to be an important factor actor in foster- foster fostering lu...

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Apple-Judging Award is Made [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

JUDGING APPLE APPLE APPLE- JUDGING AWARD IS MAtE MAIDE MAt E Eula M. M Hillhouse Wins Medal Given by Horti Horti- Horticultural Horticultural cultural Club I The judging apple-judging contest held this thu I week in 10 connection with the short I course coune at the Missouri College of ci Agriculture was won by Miss Eula U. U of Verona only girl I registered in the course The gold medal donated by the Missouri State Stat t Horticultural Society was presented I IMi Ui Mi Hillhouse at the banquet of o I Ithe the Horticulture Club lat t night at al I Harris Barns Sam B B. superintendent of the short course urse made madeth th the award J l J. J Neal N al Sheets ts of dale die placed pi second eco tn- tn in tn the the the- contest cont t which was waa put on by the Horticulture Horticulture ture Club This year old H 4 Club mem mem- member member ber from Lawrence County began her winning prize record in 1927 when she abe won two championships with a dairy calf Two years yean ago Miss Hi...

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Foard to Head Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TO HEAD CLUB Education Group Names Rim Him President PresIdeD r J. J HalteD HaskeU Foard was elected peas peas- peasI I dent of the Agricultural Education Club of or the University last night at ata a S regular meeting of the club The Theother Theother other officers are Vice president Charles C C. Rohde secretary treasur er as ft Raymond Sneed corresponding secretary Louin C C. Thornton A. A A. A Jeffrey agricultural editor of the College of Agriculture ad ad- ad- ad addressed dressed the club on Making MatIng the Most Molt of Our Relations With the Newspapers New apers stressing the value of I incorporating local activity in tn a pa pa- paper paper paper per to make mate Interesting news

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Mumford Speaks in St. Louis [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Speaks b in St St. St It Louis Loub Dean P. P B. B Mumford of the Mis- Mis Missouri MIsouri I ouri IO College of Agriculture returned to Columbia Thursday night from St. St Louis Louts where ha lic addressed addre c the St. St Louts Louis CZub r r. d d the th Mississippi sippi If r- r i l ct If U you JOu want wane to b by y c. c c cl t l some some- P thing try Missourian Want Ads Ms I 4

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After a Week in the Air [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

After a Week in the Air ar arI I 3 r W Here H rr are aN the darin liters fliers of the bi am army v tn trl ir u port ort Question Mark tark a a t th iL I landed at Los Angeles lf'S Monday afternoon t r they had shattered a alJ al endurance records rford bil hy b hv il fI m for fr mUff more than thin t a ui rk fk k From rom left to right an ar A 11 i i. i arl rl Spats Spate commanding officer apt in Irl taker chief pilot Lieu Lien Lieutenants tenants Elwood jm-ada jm lda and Harry HaI HaIrM rM n r n f pilots and Sergt Rov Ro Rn II llo mechanic Notice the army of 1 ri nun own and movie men wh l greeted lTee them as a they stepped supped to earth after 1 l 1 consecutive hours hoan in the air ur air This picture was as rushed rush d across the continent nt by telephoto t l

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Medieval Drama Features Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I I I I I I MEDIEVAL MEDIEVAL DRAMA FEATURES MEETING Reading and Three Plays Are Given at Dramatic ic ic Arts Club Medieval nl drama was wa featured f at a meeting ting of the the Dramatic Arts Club last night in the th Missouri State Sta e Teachers Building The opened with a read The Me- Me Memoirs of Sir Percy Granger Gringer a dis dis- dissertation dissertation dis- dis in m n miracle plays s given Iti by Francis do di d C Cringes Cannes n es Dr R R. L L. Ramsay Ram Ram- Ramsay say was in ch rge of the 1 Adam and Eve E ix so i a l b by Mr l t. t and arid Mrs Mr E E. A A. A McKi McKay in the mir miracle mir mir- miracle miracle acle play Adam and E Eve were ere tempted by Satan who wa was waa charac charac- d b by Dr H H. Y Moffett The part of God Goo was taken by bj H H. O O. Severance Tins This cf of the tory story par- par partaking taking tailing of the fruit and andI the th subsequent banishment from the Garden of Ed Eden n is lS a n miracle play of the he twelfth cn ury il...

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Piano Recital at C. C. Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

PIANO IANO RECITAL AT I C. C C. C TOMORROW Contralto and Violinist Will Assist in Pro Pro- Program Program Program gram at 3 30 i The piano students of the Chris- Chris Christ Christian Christian t I tian College Conservatory will be presented in a recital tomorrow aft aft- af t at 3 30 o clock o'clock in the college 1 ium They will ill in be ass assisted sted I I b by M l Mss s Imogene Todd contralto and ind M Mss l ss Norma Feltenstein violin violin- 1st I The program pro ram is as follows Fan Fantasia Fantas Fantasia tasia tas a C Minor Mozart Mozar Ruth Ridgway ua wa way Lieb Lilb straume Liszt R Rebecca becca Wright Lotus Land and From the Canebrake b. b by bl Scott and Gard- Gard Gardier ur ier Feltenstein accompanied bj by Eleanor Feltenstein The Lark j Eleanor Payne Etude p i D Flat Fiat Liszt Thelma Peterson I I The Asi-a Asi Open the Gates of the Temple Knapp and i Now the Book of Life is Open Requiem veri Verdi Requiem Verdi by bv Imo- Imo Imone Tene ene ne Todd Mrs Anna ...

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Pictures of Football Squad Taken [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

4 I Pictures Picture of Football a Squad Taken L Lettermen of the 1928 football quad squad of the David H H. Hickman High School had pictures taken Thursday tor for I the annual of the high school Individual pictures made with the squad men in uni uni- uni uniform form

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Astronomers Get Invitation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

ASTRONOMERS GET INVITATION IN Central College ColI le Will Hill Permit In- In Ins Ini Inspection i s of Observatory I An invitation has been extended by the authorities of Central Col- Col College College College lege lege- at Fayette to groups of inter- inter interI 1 I ested sted persons in m college and high i school science classes to visit its astronomical observatory near Glas Glas- Glasgow Glasgow gow Mo on Friday afternoons and evenings l Special appointment with i Ui ht director a few days in m advance will Null be necessary I The observatory is one of the fin fin- finest finest est eat in this section of the country it is said The main mam dome contains a 12 4 1 inch equatorially mounted instrument of foot 17 17 foot length The I tc is moved b by electricity os as s is also the revolving ng dome attachments are avail avail- able

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Would Bar Tobacco Users [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

WOULD WOrLD BAR TOBACCO USERS State Recommends R II H. S S. S Letters Be Bf BeI I i Given Only Smokers Non 1 KANSAS CITY Jan 12 UP Athletes who use tobacco should be disqualified as candidates for ath ath- athletic athletic athletic letic letters It in high schools of the state stat the state department of cf pub pub- public public lic hc schools report i commended 1 to- to dav day The recommendations re were ere an an- announced announced by Dr S S. S Henry Curtis di director di- di director director rector of hygiene and physical edu edu- education education cation for the department 1 I Apparently there is a consider consider- considerable considerable considerable able increase in the use of tobacco amon among the boys and perhaps I among the girls also in high schools Abstinence from tobacco always alway has ha S I been one of the conditions of win win- winning winning ning the honorary letter oM M M offered I Iby i I by the state sta

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Jensen to Speak at D. A. R. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Jensen to Speak at D D. A A. R R. Meeting Dr Howard Jensen of the depart depart- department department I ment of ot sociology will speak at th the annual George Washington's Washington s birth birth- birthday birthday I day celebration to be gu given en by th thID the theD ID i D A A. R R. Feb 22 at i 4 o o'clock clock at atI I Lathrop Hall I

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Rural Students to be Rewarded [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

S RURAL STUDENTS TO BE REWARDED Will Get Certificates as Testimonial of Good Citizenship Charles E E. Northcutt county super super- superintendent superIntendent superIntendent of schools has announced that a new group of certificate awards are re being offered this year for the first time to pupils of the rural ens-al schools of Boone County Count This new system of awards says Mr North North- Northcutt Northcutt Northcutt worthwhile cutt seeks to recognize effort and accomplishment in those school relationships which may be considered as partially extra curri extracurricular extracurricular extracurricular cular but which contribute toward 1 the pupils pupil s training for life It stresses the accomplishment rather than the theaward award Points are given each month for perfect attendance for approved out out- outside outside outside side readings for perfect spelling recitations for evidences of good citi citi- citizenship citizenship including industry loyalty and for good healt...

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Concrete Sought for No. 50 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I CONCRETE SOUGHT FOR FOE NO 50 Jefferson Jefferion City Club Plan PlaD Ad Ad- Advertising of Route Citizens of towns east and west of Jefferson City and the Jefferson City Lions Club are trying to inter Inter- interest est eat the State ata te Highway Commission in the project of concreting High High- Highway Highway Highway way 50 50 from St St. Louis to Kansas City Plans are being made for the or organization or- or organization of a Highway 50 association association association tion in order to push the new pro pro- project proJect project and to advertise the route The Lions Club in Jefferson City is arranging for a meeting to be held soon that they might present their arguments for an improved highway I to the commission com

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