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Welcome, Gov. Caulfield [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

L J 1 wr r II Welcome come Gov Caulfield 1 S. S I Henry We welcome the new Missouri governor gov and nd bid farewell to his predecessor 1 00 Sam A. A Baker The new administration is i faced laced with several uveral problems lema lems which will have great meaning in the th future of ot Missouri The proposed budget system for forthe forthe forthe progress The bills bilI I the state is a ft problem of ot great reat significance sponsored by the Missouri Association As for 1 that are Criminal Justice will also alao call can for constructive admin admin- administration i The issuance of the road bond I i voted for at the last election will be perhaps one of or the major acts acte of the state government of the states state's These Theae are a few of the complexities problems we hope bope and believe will be ably met and Ca solved by the new administration with Gov Cov as 3 its ita it leader

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
A More Severe Type of Influenza [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

A More Severe Type of Influenza I Health officers and scientists from twenty states lathering in Washington were ere warned that a more severe type of or in with v a higher mortality rate rat may follow the present epidemic in a paper prepared by Surgeon General Cumming Gumming of the U. U S. S Public Health Service Benice We as individuals can by various simple i means make the spread of such an au epidemic more difficult and Improbable One way in which we may guard against the disease is fa 1 by avoiding the simple cold This in turn may bo tw bedone done by keeping out of drafts and avoiding sudden and extreme changes of temperature such as going from a ahot ahot ahot hot room out into the street for a few moments with- with without without without out coat or hat One way in which a disease is often j contracted Is from germs on the fingers rs which are j transmitted to the mouth while eating Therefore it is wise WIle always to wash the hands before eating Medical j attention shou...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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A New Papal State [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I A New Papal State I Ever since Sept 20 1870 when Italian soldiers seized I I Rome Home as the last step toward the unification of Italy Ita I i the Qi popes have considered themselves as prisoners of the Vatican I I state that negotiations I News R. dispatches from Rome for the Ute creation of a new sovereign papal state sta te are going on between the representatives of the pope and I representatives of the Italian government This state would include the Vatican palaces the Vatican gardens the Church of St. St Peter and grounds that were recent recent- recently recently recently i I ly bought through contributions made by Catholic organisation or Under the arrangements the Vatican I I would be able to participate as a sovereign state in international lD conferences One ODe wonders if this thia peace between the Italian gov gov- government government I and the pope has hu anything to do with Italy's interest in the Balkans That is 18 does Italy expect to toe e the load good office...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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A Blow to the Boxers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

A Blow to the Boxers I Since Tex Ten Rickard died the boxing world is left lett with- with without without without out a chief For Par it was he who put the art high I in the business profession and who made of of fighters Whether he be praised for this act or con con- condemned condemn I one shouldn't hasten buten to judge However ever he I did cUd manage to make snake millions for himself and this 4 nation usually eulogizes zes millionaires i As Aa a sportsman and loyal Joyal to his many workers I Rickard cannot be underestimated He should should- be ad ad- admired admired mired for his pluck and like business-like ability which i finally put him at the head of the Madison Square i Garden Corporation I Now boxing fans tana and pugilists are confronted with the problem of replacing Rickard Many have been proposed including some acme of his workers co-workers in m the j Madison Square Garden Some have ha ve turned to to I Dempsey as a possible successor But the new chief I I of boxi...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Respect the Amber Light [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I R Respect the Amber Light I Two automobiles collided d at Eighth Street and i Broadway recently Each drive accused the th other r of j t ting I being ing the th cause caus of or the accident nt The real feal cause was that both drivers had crossed on the amber signal of the traffic light This amber signal 51 which flashes fla hes for only about five fin seconds means for the th cars car which have been facing the red to 10 prepare to move mo and for the t hf cars which have hat ha t tl l been n approaching the green gref n to stop Citizens ns of 0 Columbia pay little attention att to this amber light I Motorists ts facing the red start when the amber arnber shows hows and drivers approaching the green only onty speed up when I the amber appears consequently con when two do this at atthe atthe the same samp time at the same intersection there is bound to be trouble A little less anxiety to get some place in a hurry and anda a little more respect for Columbia's traffic signals will ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

1 Curious Comments I Dog DOR lovers of LaPlata Mo r Mo are arc to erect av a a wooden woden statue sta t ue in honor of a prize pointer Wonder If it the statue ita t j jis is to be carved out of do dogwood wood Lets Let's get Rei sonic some drive f behind the Public Welfare l ur Society drive e for funds A bill proposing a death penalty for bomb throwers throw fo has been introduced into the State Legislature n lat ure Some Someone one is likely to get et killed in that game gaIne and it might as well be the ones who start it English En women have begun be un to cut off of of their r tots toes in order to be hi stylish tyli h according according- to an English doctor We see the finish of the corn specialist i A professor of Chicago Chica o University claims that he h lisa has hn I changed roosters into hens but they wont won't lay lav et e egg gj When is iii a hen anyway i I It takes a plastic surgeon to get a moue ie sat ar J JI I I featured nowadays no I i I Headline Convict Con c...

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I i I j i I j I I I 1 What Others Say I Organized Teachers of Journalism From the St. St Lout Loula That every appointee to a full professorship at a t a school of journalism must hereafter have at leas least five j years of practical experience in the newspaper business busu s sis is a recommendation adopted adopt d at the th mooting meeting t in j jAnn Ann Arbor of the Association of rs of Journalism of the country So far as observation o goes many of or the incumbents i of important places in these schools have been selected from the ranks of successful newspaper workers but that a need exists for emphasizing an experience of thu thi length as a minimum qualification was evidenced in the thC I very adoption of the resolution The old idea that a n purely scholastic preparation for the newspaper pro pro- profession profession is impractical in a more definite sense than a n scholastic preparation for other professions still persists persis In fact the chief general Interest in th...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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State May Lose Seats in House [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

STATE MAY LOSE SEATS IN HOUSE p I Reapportionment Bill if Passed Will Drop 3 Missourians WASHINGTON Jan 14 UP The passage of the reapportionment apportionment bill allocating memberships in the House BoUIe according to the 1930 census will win result r in seventeen states tates losing some of their representation while hUe eleven states gain In membership Missouri stands to lose most rep rep- r p- p pt t reservation In event the bill passes t i the Senate Missouri will Ul lose three members in the House California I. I reaps the greatest area test gain gain six six mem- mem 1 ben bm Following her closely in lri inthe the thet t hI expected gains are Michigan four Ohio three Texas and New Jersey two Each Arizona Connecticut I Florida North Carolina Oklahoma and Washington one each I. I I Those states expected to lose with I j Missouri are Indiana Iowa Ken Ken- Kentucky Kentucky 1 tucky and Mississippi two each Ken Ken-I Al Al- Al AlI Kansas Louisiana Maine I Massachusetts Nebraska Ne...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Forest Lamme's Will is Probated [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I Forest Lammes Lamme's Will 1 Is I Probated d The will of Forest Lamme negro ne ro I was probated Saturday in Pro Pro-j Pro Pro- Probate bate Court The money from the rent of Mr Lamms Lamm's property is to togo go gf to his widow Mrs Lulu Lamme I Ii for tor six months After that time the i property is to be divided among Mrs II III Lamme and Lammes Lamme's two daugh- daugh daught t t. t r Birdie and I rs 5 Mary Mrs Lamme is named executrix of the tho will The I Iwas witnesses es to the document which was made Dec 16 1926 were Dr J. J A. A Taylor and Henry Kirklin I I

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Leads by Two Governors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I LEADS DS BY TWO T Kentucky K Has II Furnished l Missouri url I With th 11 H t I JEFFERSON CITY Jan 14 Mis 14 Mis Missouri i soon is only two behind Kentucky I now hOW in furnishing governors fio for the he t I h state When Henry S S. Caulfield be bf became became i came governor gornor go today he h was the th ninth born natle-born nat nat born e-born chief executive e nf of this state Eleven Elen Ele n natives nati of the th Blue Blu Grass Gras state have ha held the th high Missouri 11 office Missouri had been b n a state for more than forty years lars when it elected its first native-born native son Thomas Flet Fiet- Fletcher cher who served Erv d from I to If 8 8 Since then seven en other sons sans of the state have hav been ben chosen Joseph Mr- Mr Ir- Ir IrI I Clurg John S S. Marmaduke Marm Lon Lori V v. Stephens A. A M. M Dockery Elliott W W. i Major Arthur M M. Hyde and the re retiring rl re- retiring i tiring governor Sam S m A. A Baker

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Tells Editors of Education [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Tells Editors of Education Ethic a lion r 1 The article artcle which follows s i. i is isan isan an abstract of an address by bv President Clarence Cl C. C Little i c f I ft Ithe the t University LIlI ot of ii Michigan gum n gi 11 u before a gathering of ot Michigan editors at Ann Arbor It is l now possible to con der dr crr- crr certain tain of the fundamental principles in education Il to which I have l aln dy referred The principles we wo mi group for the thc time being b ng and los l Ic the ol of analysis ls into first st a period of preparation second a pe pe pc rud of intrusive intensive training l cud and third a period of performance We Ve may m y take these up UI in order Furs FIrs then thon the preparation The first fir t truth h of importance in mu the of ot preparation t cu WhICh winch is I that period in the U e hi 4 11 il 1 c she he student reaching I coin his bin I it h until his hl admission to college is ts tho th fact that n exist een human individuals ld In othe...

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John Collidge Praised [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

JOHN COOLIDGE PRAISED I tD Presidents Pre Son Held as Example to Youth PEKING t UPi U The UP-The P The I-The The example of John Coolidge in starting to work at a at t the he t bottom is commended to youthful Chinese by the China Critic a weekly magazine edited by Chinese Chin Chinese se The magazine comments i Although instances of abne self self abne gation at 1011 and abandonment of a pomp pomp- pompous OtiS ous and luxurious life in favor faor fa or of that of a hermit or a monk on the part of members of the ruling class can be cited from our history h t i the enrollment by a Presidents President's only son on as a mere clerk in a business elf office ice will beat all Chinese chroni chroni- chronicles Cite cles cf ef such incidents flat Although the present generation of Chinese has imbibed d modern ideas and adopted rodern fashions to take up un a co I ircia arcla career as a clerk would be he unthinkable for the thc heir of a minister n cr governor go of a pro ince bce We comm...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I II Missourian Want Ads give c Phone 55 I You dont don't have to walk ak the streets looking for a job Use job Use l i i Want Vant Adf Ada 1 in- in When in doubt use a Want Vant Ad At r C w w iI j I i The Th e Columbia C 0 I urn b la Missourian M i p Offers a Word Booklet for forI I School Children I I And Advanced Students J. J r There is hardly anything anything- to be he learned in school that thatis i is more more important to us U all ll our lives lies li es than how ho hoto to talk and write correctly and skillfully Anything Anything- An that will ill help us attain efficiency in these j two accomplishments merits our careful attention I This bureau has for distribution di an authoritative i booklet on words ord It deals leals with Words T olds We e 1 Mispronounce 1 l Words TOlIS r orIs We e e Misspell l and Words We Ve V e Misuse l You need this booklet in your our school work Send fo foi your our copy today tod lY Enclose six cents in 11 coin or stamps for return postage an...

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Ex-Convict Helped to Reform by Songs of Social Service Group [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Ex-Convict Ex Helped to Reform by Songs of Social Service Group A quickened footstep foot tep a tap on the arm arrn and a n husky voice olce said Where here are you going The person accosted wheeled h l d sharply expecting x to see Just another drifter looking for an easy Pasy meal meal- ticket t but saw sa V- V Va a man blue shirt and wearing a neat but cut cheaply-cut suit I 1 guess you dont don't remember me mt sir was the th second query of the stranger stran stranger and and r and his eyes ly s v were ere not the eyes S 'S of a drifter No I dont don't believe v I do 4 Well V I I a I a catch in us the voice I I was over rr at Jefferson City Arent Aren't you the man who used to come over with vuth w th the boys Irom the University and put on programs for us Why yes y I am I 1 just j st wanted to tell you sir how those thos programs cheered and bright bright- brightened cried ened up things thing a bit I got out of or orthE the pen last March l and have a good job Jab now but I th...

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Broke Ice in Wash Pails [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

BROKE ICE IE E IN IS WASH PAILS Mrs J. J C. C Branham Tells of Former 1 hristian Christian College f Pars Days Da i iI I I They 1 noy arose and dressed dress d in rooms 50 o cold cold that they had to break the lice I ice in the wooden pails of water kept in the hf t room before fore they could I ua wash h said Mrs J J. J C C. Branham p king in Christian College e as assembly as- as assembly assembly of the girls who vho attended the on at lit the tune tine that she shew wi w s s a student A large luree l r e then sounded for breakfast break t and after breakfast the students went to chapel The seats i were ere erp numbered and each cach girl was compelled to be present At recess the girls played jump- jump 1 the thC and croquet Another di diversion di- di version rs on was to go to the University and look at the moon through the telescope t rop The library was poorly equipped 1 as R there were wert no magazines or news news- newspapers papers Each month the students gathered a t he...

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To Direct Farm Census [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

TO DIRECT FARM S I L. L M. M E Estabrook in Charge barge of World orld Survey to Be Made in 1930 Final plans for or the th world agricultural agricultural tural ci c census n us to be taken in 1930 by bv bythe bythe the International Institute of Agri Agri- Agriculture Agriculture culture at Rome have been ben drawn according to Leon M. M Estabrook I formerly of or the United States De De- Department DeI ent of Agriculture director of I the census for the institute 1 At the last general assembly as embly of the institute it was provided that the agricultural census refer to the areas II and crops harvested t d in 1929 in the northern hemisphere phere and to the period from fran July 1 1929 o 0 June I 30 1930 in the th southern hemisphere j t The Th scope of the census was broad- broad broadI broadened I ened to include forests and it is j I expected d to cover more than 99 per perI percent 1 cent of the worlds world's agriculture I Mr Estabrook was formerly chief chip of the Bureau ...

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Starling Spreads over U. S. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I STARLING ST SPREADS P- P OVER 1 V. S. S I Bird Placed Plated In Central Park N. N Y 1 I Nearly 40 Years Yean Ao Aro I The TIle European starling an alien allen bird which was placed in Central Park New York City nearly forty j years ago has rapidly spread west ward until it is now found in most of the states east fast of the Mississippi I Within a few more years ears it will like like- I Iv lv be bt found in all parts of the i United States A study of the starlings starling's eating habits by the U. U S. S Department of ofA i Agriculture A indicates tes that the bird birdis j j is more beneficial than harmful if it not too large numbers are allowed 1 I to congregate It eats Cats some grain gram gramand and fruits but the time spent in this I way is s small entaIl compared to that spent in hunting hunt insects ins One bad habit of or the th bird which bothers the city dweller is i that it iti i sometimes chooses to build nests in m inconspIcuoUS conspicuous places placE's around th...

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$150 Taken from Martinsburg Store [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

i I Taken from Martinsburg Store I Tuesday night robbers entered the Jacobi and Sons store at Martins- Martins Martinsburg Martinsburg burg bur and escaped with merchandise valued at about Mrs Frances France FrancesI i Jacobi OMeara O a sister of the store I manager and a member of the Mis- Mis MisI I soon Writers Writers' Guild is a frequent visitor I in Columbia and a familiar figure during Journalism Week

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Ii r rrT MONDAY JANUARY 14 19 PAGE TIVI

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More Drinking at Colleges, Students Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

MORE DRINKING AT COLLEGES STUDENTS SAY i I But Deans Think It I t Is Less P. P N. N Guthrie Asserts DRY IS VISITING M. M U. U Statistics From Quotes Test Given in Typical Institutions presidents and deans dean of or colleges colle es who have been in m a P position to ob- ob conditions in colleges both be before be- be before fore tore and after ater prohibition usually gree acree that there seems to have ha ve been en ena a great reat decrease in student st drinking in the last ten years ears said Paul N N. N Guthrie of Washington D I C C. Mr is field secretary sC for the Intercollegiate Pro lUon on Association Uon tion and is now visiting the Uni- Uni I Last October Mr fr Guthrie compiled the results which had been received from a a. series of or tests sent out dur- dur teg jg the year 1928 1927 to representative tive colleges in the East South and North This Th was a knowledge and attitude test on the present status discover I of alcoholism designed to certain facts and to ascert...

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