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C. & A. Passenger Train over Turns [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

tf A. A PASSENGER TRAIN OVERTURNS Hummer Limited Runs Through Broken Rail I No No Fatalities MEXICO Mo 1 o. o Jan 14 U P P. 1 Sixty passengers miraculously escaped I ed eel Injury when sex seven sc en cars of the Chicago fc Alton westbound Hum Hummer flier mer m r were derailed by a broken rail ran railto J to two miles mUes mil east of Pleasant lull Hill iii II today Three sleeping cars the club car card cara d a chair car overturned rt o and two gage cars left the track t shortly liter ter passing the companion tram train It at t Nebo in Although the train was as traveling cling SiXty ty miles an hour at the tune time of the derailment only Mrs 1 l- l F. F L L. Nor- Nor Normile I mile nule wife ife of the Alton storekeeper at t Slater Mo lo was cut and bruised Seriously The tram train i ain with three coaches ar arrived ar- ar II rived lived here live hours behind sched- sched u ule John o i. i Alexander Kansas City conductor and William Wllliam J J. J Ei- Ei Eikost kost ost Slate...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
New Columbians Go to Inaugural [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

EW COLUMBIANS GO TO INAUGURAL Students However Plan to Attend Governors Governor's Ball Tonight Unfavorable weather wather tended to urn hm- t t the IUT of persons from Co- Co Columbia lumbia K attending the inauguration of governor elect Henry S S. S Caulfield and a I na other state Mat ta tc officials according 10 to t Several count County political leaders I I Columbia persons who last ast Week wj indicated that they would at- at ati attend 1 tend the ceremonies crr ps failed to t start S Jefferson i CIty this morning O. O Of- Of OfIS OfIs I at-I I als IS of th Missouri ti 1 Transit Corn Com nY of the 1 C Iv bis hus tc-fl tc 1 that the te Jc Moin K busses bus s were no noi crowded and expressed surprise at I the comparatively few persons at attending at- at attending tending the ina i t lOn r It is expected that tha Boone s at the State Capitol C paol will be mat swelled tonight by bya a large delegation of Uni 1 x stu- stu students students dents dems who ho plan to attend the g...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Radion Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Radio Programs I Tuesdays Tuesday's c the Five Brat Best Radio features 1 Copyright 1929 b by United Press I WOR Nework Newark 7 I CST CST Main Main i Street Sketches I Cincinnati 7 CST CST CST- Perfect Circle Symphony CST I W ABC and network 8 CST CST Voice of Columbia I. I and network 8 CST CST Ever Ever Ever- I ready hour I and network 9 CST Honk CST Honk Simmons Simmons' Show Sho Boat Amon Among Tonight's Tonight s Best Programs 7 Music Room CBS to BC and K 7 Duo 30 30 Duo Disc Duo NBC to W and VL V. 7 A. 30 A and P P. P Gypsies Gyp ics NBC to and 8 30 30 Jubilee Jubil Hour with Fanne Brice CBS to Z K and 8 General 30 30 Motors Family Party Part NBC to to coast-to-coast hookup 9 Great 30 30 Great Northern Railroad pro uro- program pr gram NBC to i lJ l J National Grand rand Onera Oneia Corn Com 1 any The t oi ot Sn- Sn j I a anile me ule NBC to and andA HAS S. A Jew Few Programs Briefed d j Merle Meile Johnston saxophone soloist j will be among the featured d appearing appeali...

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Basketball Squad in Crash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I J BASKETBALl LL SQl SQUAD D D IN IS RASh R Jefferson City ity Team I Injuries in Auto uto Accident Five members of the CIty basketball squad squid narrow narrowly lx es escaped es- es escaped being injured Thursday n ni cht ht I when the Chevrolet rolet sedan in which trey they were riding crashed into a aFord aFord Ford car near New Franklin The I boys b ys were to New x Franklin I where herC they were engaged tc play a aI basketball game ame Eugene Langkop one on onor of or the star members of the th team teim t sustained in injuries in- in injuries n- n juries to his knee but the other oc occupants oc- oc occupants occupants of both cars were uninjured Following the wreck wieck the boys boy con con- continued on toward New Franklin Frankln on foot and were liter later overtaken ov by bv Coach Lee S S. S White and several other players in another machine Reaching New x Franklin an hour late because beca se of their misfortune mi fortune the th players were given R cn another set...

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Suggests New Department [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I II sE DEr SUGGESTS NEW DEPARTMENT RT IEST Washington ashington 1 1 Head Proposes fro Acm nautical Instruction Suggestion of a department of aeronautical engineer en ng in the thC School of oC Engineering En of Washing Washing- Washington ra hin ton University ity was made macIc last list week wk by Chancellor George Gor c R R. R Throop in ina ina ina a talk on Educational Institutions it of St St. Louis ns as Civic Assets As given rn i before bf fore the St St. Louis Chamber cr of or Commerce Dr Throop also advocated a mu mu- museum museum museum seum of art and anti archeology w to be b correlated to the he t School of FIne Pine Arts Art and Architecture which he said would make fit St Louis Louts an art center unsurpassed in the United States Slates

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William Jewell Will Get $40,000 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I I 1 William illiam Jewell Jf Will ll rt et t t I MARYVILLE l Jan Jun 14 1 4 tUP U P William Jewell College Collect CoIl g at Liberty was bequeathed the bulk of the es estate es' es estate es- es estate I tate of the th late Capt Charles Charlr A A. Hy lop according to the will ll filed for probate here yesterday The col college col- col college 01 lege will receive approximately approximate 40

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F. E. Reagan to St. Louis [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I j F F. F E. E Reagan R aKan to St St. Louis Lows I Fi Franklin inklin F F. pro ro Itin attorney of Boon Boone County left Sat bit urdax for t Sf Louis Loin where when he lie visited relatives He returned at noon to- to toda day dax da j i

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Marshal Foch in Battle for Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

MARSHAL FOCH IN INI BATTLE FOR LIFE Leader of Allied Al Forces Is Gravely Ill III After Heart I Attack At tack PARIS P Jan 14 U UP P Mi Marhal h il and iid loch I Jl Uj d r i- i in-cl in m during Je he I Va Vaa x var a ic gravely r ill at his hone home today alter after altera a heart ha rt attack attick Foch was surrounded bv by hl hi his family Six doctors were in att I Foch who is 77 7 years rs old has his born been b fn I nl ill for a month He Hea was a rd to cancel ca nce I a 1 ProPosed t trip Ii to En Eng 1 d short y before Cli i i j The a stood to toI I have ha haa agreed a that it was a question qu tion I whether the marshals Inars life could Le lp saved a rd He Hp was suffering greatly gra and passed pa pd through h frequent crises crises during clurin which he appeared almost almo t to tobe tobe be bt strangling I I Fochs Foch's s wife and an two daughters aught s were wre consta constantly at n t lv his bedside bcd id aiding aid ing the he t h regular nur nurse One of the...

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Gordon Back in Office [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I i Gordon Bark Bick ak in in Office I Earl Farl R R. Gordon general r-r r Hr l ri 1 the V Y M itt I. I C C. A if n his hi d du- du dut i- i itus f its t lS l'S Sat urda y in Ins his office of fire in Lou T Y Lo r 1 Hall Mr l Gordon ha- ha been ill wit vit h 11 the flu fIu since the fn first t t of 1 the month

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Thousands Pay Homage to Tex Rickard [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Thousands Pay Homage to fa Tex Rickard Richard RichardIn i J w I i In Madison On Square Garden which will stand out in I n future yeas years ears as his h- dream temple Tex Tet Rickard rested r td I as a in a tomb for a day before fore his burial Pictured above r is the scene n approximately passed in lint line almost every hour until the th body was as taken away a ay for r or burial The bronze coffin oRin was draped with a great blanket of roses pla rd th there re b hf h his hi 3 year old J veir r old tr-old old daughter MaxiM and all about were tre floral offerings from Rickard's R rd's friend the friends the the millionaire friends and the less lea J ss fortunate

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Doll Models Will be Taken from Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I j I Doll Don Models Will Be Taken From Life I I I 1 I Jp The in tnt expression so common fo made American mad dolls doll dolhaI I is i to RI C iH plate place t tu t smi j ng nr of hunan character reproduced I front from beautiful hr American children Here n i ith pretty Baby Betty U I posing pO for a doll doH sculptor The fare face taken from the original emit ca I 1 painted from life liff in the child childs s natural flesh colors 1

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

STUDENTS Earn Jarn Moro More Money lony in Your kour our Spare Time lien Here is a proposition will make you vou far fa r moro more mones for the flue time spent than any usual type of work to you ou might mt ht give Xi our our time aft after r lasses A NEW FU type product that hat t lightens IiI house house- hou housework work sells to tn housou housewives hou wi r rs after a a aone one one minate demonstration our our profit on every erv sale sal is js 50 50 A Rood good offer will be br made mad to stu stu- stu- stu students dents men dents men or women who hn can canive an give ive hf two hours or more a a. day da y to this work ork Address 1413 1113 I T I. I Bill BUIlDING DING SI ST ST. is MO 1 I i i i f Flu Epidemic Is i Creating Record Demand For Vicks Vick 1 Jars Ever cry 21 2 1 Hours I Seeder e to Keep the Nation Supplied d with ith Vapor Salve i Flu Milder r Hut But i That nt the te th t public lUblic Ins has h not forgotten for ten th 1 I ls l's s on 00 n 01 oi 1918 1919 i...

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

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Lack of Jobs is England's Chief Worry [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

LACK OF JOBS II IS ENGLAND'S CHIEF WORRY Y i Canada Is Absorbing Many of Unemployed FLAPPER VOTE STRONG Acceptance of Kellogg Pact Noteworthy Brit Brit- British British British ish Act of Year LONDON UP V U P.- P. The P.-The The most stag stag- staggering staggering staggering gering time peace load e o n upon the British Isles is borne hv hy England today Unemployment t now almost a chronic disease di has made mad terrific inroads on the health and prosperity of the nation A jobless c army of 01 approximately ly con con- constitutes constitutes Britain's most deadening and depressing postwar problem Nearly miners are ar out of ot work and the majority unable to move from the depressed areas where pits and now idle are re reminders re- re reminders minders of their lost livelihood an I army of unemployed on the dole or unemployment insurance benefit men trudging from shop to shop seeking Jobs thus thu proving pro their de desire df dc- sire for work and enabling them to remain on th...

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John Coolidge Now Wears Major's Garb [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I John Coolidge Now Wears Majors Major's Garb Garbi c I i I 1 il e f. f V V I I h r I 2 s mw j 1 4 i sg I iI ij j I II i I lies He's JI s 's in in the army now no Ih I Ii pitT otin oun m nu t tor or ir of the First I- I Com om omI nm- nm 1 I pan pany io o of Connecticut CUt ut s Foot oot I ot pu lured turl abo above is John JohnI Coolidge c. c The The- pretty girl whoso hn hand hind ho hi holds hold is i. i how did you vou fue gues u A s if it it I Florence Jorn Trumbull Johns John's J hn fiancee and daughter dau ht r of io ov John II Trum- Trum Trumbull bull of C onn The The- picture p Lure was ass taken at the th inaugural ina u ural ball in I. I Hartford John Juhn was wal appointed to the staff st If after aft r an act at of the Legislature had amended the National Guard law of the state Florence has bas on an imported frock of white hite georgette trimmed with sequins

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Comments upon Curricula Change [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I I i COMMENTS UPON CURRICULA CHANGE Dean J. J L. L Parks Says Law Program Has Not Out Out- Outlived Outlived Outlived lived Use Dean Dan J. J L L. Parks of the tho th School of Law of the University who attend attend- attended ed the meetings n of the Association A SO of ol American Law Las W Schools in Cities Chic Chicago go g during durin the Christmas made the following follow lUg statement sta con con- concerning a question which was uis d dt- dt cussed ct sd at the conference and which lid hud h d been discussed by bv Dean Draa Young YounT B B. Smith South of the t hc Columbia Law School in an art article a rt ide published in inthe inthe inthe the Missourian 1 lor for Dec li 11 liOne l 5 I One entire session of the thC con con- of the Association Assoc of Am Am- American American Law School recently r held in Chicago Cl lago Was WiS devoted dE to considering con the he t proposals 1 of ot the faculties f of the Uw Yale and Columbia C lumbia law la w schools hool to re- re I...

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Flier Races to Ill Mother [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

FLIER RACES R TO ILL MOTHER Capt Ira lea ak r s 's Good News S WS at End nd of last Fast Trip EDEN Jan 14 UP Capt It Ira a Eaker chief pilot of the army arny plane Question Mark M ar arrived ar- ar rived td in Eden during the ho t night nH ht af after at- at after ter tot a cross country race by bv plane plan and nd motor car to the bedside bed of his mother Mr- Mr MrY Y V. Y Eaker Laker near iwar death i from pneumonia 1 Good lood news ne greeted Eakers Eaker's arrival l when he h was wa informed that his hl mother mot had improved pd slightly ht ly Mrs Mis Eaker's Eakers husband hu band also has been I ill with a and he too was reported td recovering Capt Eiker E took teok off of from fron San SanI I Diego O Sunday and landed at Midland Tex fex at 3 05 03 pm pIn p in The Tue I It till tup t 11 P from f rout Midland to Eden was made by b motor car I Ib

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River Work to Begin March 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

River Rh r Work to Begin March lar 1 I Plans are arc heng made lor for tin im- pro oros intent work on the tito Missouri t l between 1 Kansas Kan as City and St St. Loin Louis to start March 1 1 and find continue coot cant moe until Dec 1 according to the tItO Unit- Unit United td ed States engineers engineers' n uH c. c rs' rs at Kan- Kan Kanas as CIty Plans have been completed Id I'd for dikes and revetments at nine ninepoints points point Ids Bab will be opened late in January Januar and early earh in February

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"Hands up" Impossible for Negro [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Iuna Hands una nd lp 11 Impossible for Ne S Negro gro ro I OKLAHOMA fA CITY Jan 14 U UP VP Joe JC J Las ton ton vas a nonplussed d s policeman the other when a IL ne negro ro reached only on i ione one hand aloft at itt the command hands up a a. i shot or ora ora ora I a knife Lav Layton ton called call d his Ius order a arcond cond time Lion t The ftc negro ro told him himlie himle lie le e had only tile one hand I

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Legality of "Pocket Veto" to be Decided [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I I H LEGALITY OF POCKET VETO I ITO TO BE DECIDED Supreme Court to Re Re- Review Re-I Re Review view Question and I Give Opinion TO 10 SETTLE SHOALS BILL Madison Was First President President President dent to Exercise Precedent WASHINGTON The UP The The legal legal- legality legality ity of pocket vetoes vet es cs by the president president dent a debated question for more than Ulan a century involving In also aiso the question of whether the Norris Morin Norris Norris- Muscle Shoals bill pill is a law will ill be beI decided bv by too tbt United States Su Su- Supreme SuI Su- Su preme reme Court this year vear Petition and supporting brief for fora a Supreme Court review of this question decided in favor faor fa or of the veto bv by the thc United States Court of Claims s will be filed in the next few f w ecks ks by John G. G Carter at attorney at- at attorney torney torny for several st Washington Wa state Indian tribes in a suit in- in ol this question exclusively The Th Court ...

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