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A. A. Speer Has Recovered [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I A. A A. A SPEER HAS II S RECOVERED j j M. M L t r. r Curator Returns to Work ork Aft ft After After er fr Illness IlIn ss The Th Capital News New alone along with all citizens ns of the Capital Carutal City are very happy to know that Hon Alfred A Speer has recovered from his liLa recent I illness and is back bark at his desk in inI inthe inI I the First National Bank again a ain says the Jefferson Cit City Capital News Mr fr Speer had a very cry serious at attack at- at attack attack tack of erysipelas and his many friends were quite uneasy about him himor for or a time He H is one on of our best known known and most progressive pro res i C citizens and we W are glad lad to know that he is isas isas as good as new again

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Gets Annapolis Appointent [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Gets Annapolis nt I Louis D D. Bishop of Aline Mo to a first year pharmacy student in the University of Oklahoma has secured an appointment to the U U. S S. Naval Academy at Annapolis He Hf will take the entrance examinations in m April AprI

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Local Orchestra in Capital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

j I Local Orchestra t in Capital CapitalA A public subscription dance dance- and andi i frolic featuring the Varsity Ram- Ram Ramblers biers of Columbia will be held at I the the Central Hotel in Jefferson City tonight I

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Breaks Endurance Record [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

L I Breaks Endurance Record i iEL EL- EL I Ii I I j I I I Miss Bobby Trout 19 of Los Ios Angeles An lt just t after her h r first firt night ni-ht landing after she had broken the worlds world's endurance flight ht record r rd for women having in been in the air 12 hours hou and ll Ii t 1 minutes she ht heat beat Mss Viola i Gentry's Gentrys mark of 8 hours and 6 minutes Photo shows s her hr beside hr ide her h r Golden Eagle greeted by her mother mothr and brother

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Evidence of Burial Orgies 5000 Years Ago Found by Expedition [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Evidence Eviden C C of Burial Buria 1 Orgies Org ies Years Ago Found by Expedition I j PHILADELPHIA Jan 14 UP Burial Burtal orgies years vears a ago o were wen revealed rp in a report fl released rf Ifa td from the archaeological expedition ot of t the tr lt of Penns h a and andt the he t British Irit isis museum tUn into otto Ur tr of the Cha Idee j The report told of discoveries dISCO nf's in iii inthe inthe the ancient nt cemetery in mu Ur where I the expedition ion has its headquarters this r rI I vertically frt c into the t 1 burial bu ial I chambers the excavators x a ft found and re- re rei i I mains of ot human to tu the glory of the dead rulers and 01 ot elaborate orate crate e burial or funeral 1 feasts feast In Iii the t it tomb of Dun Irs The Kine the tInt found the remains of ot thirty mite nine women WOHlen and in the tomb of his queen they the discovered d the t I 11 i skeleton of If four toni servants men-servants or soldiers and anding anding t g ing maid From their...

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

SALE NOTiCE SOTH E WHEREAS Ron RO 1 L L. Edwards a widow bv hy her lel tain tam deed dd of trus trust dated till the las dav of March tarch 1918 and recorded in the th office of the Recorder of Deeds ot of Boone County County- Count y Missouri l In m Mortgage Record Book I at Page conveyed to the undersigned as trustee tru te the following described d real estate stat lying bring being and andI situate lt ua te in m Boone oo le County Missouri l wit to-wit Ten 10 to acres the east half haIr of the west half haH of the south south- southeast southeast east fast quarter of the northwest st quarter of section 10 no Town- Town Township Township ship hip Forty eight eight 48 t. t Range Hange Twelve lve t 12 I In trust to secure the payment of ofa a certain promissory ory note m itt said deed of trust described and Whereas said note is due du and un un- unpaid unpaid un- un unpaid paid default having been made in jn inthe inthe the payment thereof Now Therefore in pursuance of the terms o...

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

I 7 I ITHE THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 14 14 1929 A I. I u u AoA oA u u The News In the Field of Sport u I I Salesman Sam By Small s TS T'S OH O I see 5 ITS r SHOULD 5 OlLO 6 OtO OLO RELtA R LeLe LE OT f OU MUST I To oo is Pus OU ONce SA Sf 1 I LLEO eU oUR OLe r R ES RC T le A LoT COT OF fl- fl cx ad Te LM BUT r Dot 00 DO I I THIS s E 1 To TW M BLIMP c r So U t I tOP AROU t T S1 eL cos c ui N 3 T rT r 1 Tr n-Tr so I r J 7 Freckles and His Friends By Blossei J A FELLA TAkES TAS y CT I rr N R ME IF IFS SUE iro TO LIPS IN th UA DS j V SUE S ss E. E AD r SEEN AM M SUE S s E THAT STREET AU- AU t I L CROSSES THE 7 S l 1 TAL A N JJ ACM AUTOS AUTOS- X-X X ET MAV Tk AUTOS J OF X DONT DOt kO J I W- W Wi X I oUT oUTTO TD TO BE A s 1 j 7 BY IS SOA I CALL NAY SUES SUE'S S1- S1 S 'S SO CRAZY CLY LY i i i 1 r AP LP ACROSS A i I NT SEE SS J k f i tI I L creE-L L CANT i I J. AT T ALV A 1 L D T 1 VJ V BUT BOT i. i 4 JUST c T r CANT I 3 I I tC Jr v- v I vI I A I 7 p fW J r 0 t y v- v c J t ...

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Tigers Open Big Six Race with Victory [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

TIGERS OPEN BIG SIX RACE WITH VICTORY Missouri Leads From the Start Against Nebraska I WELSH IS HIGH SCORER I Baker and Waldorf Star to Help M. M U. U Win 30 to 25 I The Tiger pried off the I lid of their Big Six Conference sea rea reason season a- a ason son with a 30 25 victory over the Nebraska at Lincoln Saturday night With Harry Welsh dropping the ball through the net net- netting netting netting ting from difficult angles and Wal Val Waldorf Waldon Valdorf dorf don and Baker putting up a valiant defense under their own basket the Tigers took the lead during the first half and were never headed Welsh started the scoring COring by tip tip- tipping tipping tipping ping in a shot but Grace Nebraska forward soon evened matters by dribbling in from the center of the court for a 2 Huhn Mis Mis- Missouri's Missouri's Missouri's souris foot 6 sophomore center was relieved early in the game by bythe bythe bythe the veteran Baker who occupied much of his time by chasing Munn Nebraska's e...

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Squad is Weak in Field Events [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I I I SQUAD IS WEAK IN FIELD EVENTS I Tigers Suffer Loss of Brown Willner and md English A weakness of performers in field events e which appeared likely at the the- first t call caU for track candidates at the University of Missouri has become apparent nt now that the aspirants I h e been working under the su supervision su- su supervision per of Coach Gwinn Henry H nry su 1 for over a week At the close of last years year's track season st son all an of or the most consistent tent I Tiger performers rs In tn the field events were eligible for another year and with the wealth of material that would be available a for the middle I distances the indications were that the Missourians would enjoy a great 1929 season Miller Brown Bro and Isadore WHiner Willner weight men and Wallace English vaulter pole-vaulter the best performers in their respective events eventa the Tigers could otter offer last year will not be wearing Missouri uniforms this sea sea- I son Brown is not in school and...

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Michigan and Purdue Lead [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

1 MICHIGAN AND PURDUE PURDlE LEAD Two Schools Tie for First Rank in Big Ten Basketball Race Big Ten Standings Team Won Lost Pct Pet Purdue 3 0 1000 Michigan 3 0 1 1000 Wisconsin 2 1 Ohio 2 1 66 Indiana 1 1 Iowa Io 1 1 I Illinois 1 1 2 Chicago 0 2 Minnesota 0 2 Northwestern t 0 3 CHICAGO Jan 14 UP Mich Mich Michigan igan little more than an outsider in season pre-season predictions was in the favorites favorite's position of the Big Ten basketball championship race today as the third week of the season be began be- be gan Nine games will be played dur dur- during during during ing the week The Wolverines are tied with Pur Pur- Purdue Purdue due du for the conference lead Both teams have won three and lost none From the results of early arly season games it would seem that Purdue really is the class of the conference but is favored by a sched sched- schedule schedule ule uie which allows it to escape meeting both Purdue and Indiana as well as I Chicago

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C. C. Seniors Defeat Juniors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

C. C C. C Seniors S Defeat Juniors The Christian College seniors won over the juniors 44 to 29 in an inter- inter interclass interclass class basketball game held Saturday j i morning The captain of the senior team is Miss 1 Jennie V V. Downing I and the junior captain is Miss Mary Katherine Via

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Dempsey's Job as Promoter to be Hard One [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

DEMPSEY'S JOB I II I AS PROMOTER I Ii ITO i TO BE HARD ONE Contestants' Contestants Demands to Cut Deeply Into Fight Profits 5 FOR MRS RICKARD Sharkey Wants Guaranty Guaranty Stribling Stribling Demands 20 NEW YORK Jan 14 UP De Dc De Despite spite the optimism of Jack Dempsey I over o his first venture in the promo promo- promotion promotion promotion tion of prize fighting prize prize-fi the path to I the proposed bout between Jack JackI I Sharkey and Young Youn Stribling sched sched- scheduled scheduled scheduled for Feb 27 at a t Miami Beach is paved with many ny obstacles It is the board of o directors of Madison Square Garden which must decide today whether to pro ide iro ide the necessary financial backing barking for the i bout These gentlemen are the ones onesi i I who will be risking their cash all 1 Dempsey y has ha at n t stake is his amateur standing as a promoter I When Sharkey insisted upon as a guaranty for his appearance I at the Florida dog track ack next month he m...

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Football Injuries Fatal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I FOOTBALL INJURIES FATAL Ft Worth orth Boy Was Vas Hurt in Game Gam Several Se l Weeks eks Ago FT WORTH Tex Jan 14 i UP The The zeal that Franklin Roberts Roberta 15 I held for football brought death to La him Saturday Several weeks ago young Roberts was as injured in a football game He did not tell his mother moth of his in injuries in juries because he feared she would woud make him give up the sport Last night he died alter after blood transfusions transfusions transfusions had failed fa l d to save hs h s life Twenty persons volunteered for blood transfusions

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Sooners Defeat Kansas [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

DEFEAT KANSAS KASSAS Kansas Loses to Oklahoma by Two To Points I The University of Oklahoma Soon Soon- I ers r champions of or the th Missouri Val Val- Valley al alley ley Ity Conference Conf rence last year ar and ruled rated r ra as a one on of the strongest strangest of the Big BigI I Six teams team this season ason opened their conference I season with a U 27 to 27 25 victory over or o r the University Uni t of Kansas Saturday night The Flie after aft r a rather poor pre season on start surprised d their fol- fol followers followers lowers and the Oklahomans by start tart starting ing mg the th game RaIne with a rush ruh piling I up UI a to 2 lead l d early in the game only to be overtaken o n and beaten b liv h the the margin of a single field goal gO 1 through the consistent scoring of Churchill and Drake Sooner guard and forward I

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Bears Weak in Sprints [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I BEARS EARS uK WEAK IN N SPRINTS 1 Washington a University Swimmers Swimmer imm n to Open O n Season With th Io Iowa oa I t. t 1 1 The Washington University swim swim- swimming I ming flung team last years rears Valley y chain cham champions I will ill open ope-n the season with the University 01 ol Iowa at Iowa City Thursday Thur da The Bears have ha capable material in all departments except in the sprints where Coach Conch Bauer lacks outstanding paddlers for the 50 and yard loo-yard ard races Roland Baer Barr who was captain last ast year and holds all Valley VaHey records in short distance events is because Use of at three years year's competition on the Varsity i Washington will engage Illinois Kansas and Drake in dual meets this season The Missouri Valley y championships will wUI be held in the Wilson Pool in St St. Louis March 8 and 9

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Big Six Favorites Win First Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

1 BIG SIX FAVORITES i WIN FIRST GAMES Missouri Oklahoma and Iowa Tie for Con Con- Conference Conference Conference ference Lead i I KANSAS CITY Jan 14 UP U.- U. I The Big Six basketball race got un un- under un- un under der way last week wk with ith the three favorites I favorit Missouri Oklahoma and Iowa Stat Slat riding to victories Four of the tea ns engaged in close clos battles Oklahoma winner of or the Missouri Valley championship last year nosing nos nR out the University of Kansas 27 to 25 while Missouri Mi won I only a point five-point advantage over Ne- Ne Nebraska braska 30 to 25 i I Iowa State won an easy victory over o the Kansas Apples An les 41 to 20 I Games This Week Tuesday Kansas vs S Missouri at Columbia Oklahoma vs Kansas Ag- Ag gies gics at Manhattan Nebraska vs v. i South Dakota State i non conference at Lincoln j t Saturday Iowa State vs Oklahoma at at Norman Norman Kansas vs Nebraska Nt bra ka at Lincoln Kansas s vs Missouri i at Columbia The Th Standings s ...

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Jefferson City Jays Lose [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Jefferson City Ja Jays Lose Lost I The Missouri Military academy Colonels won the opening game gan of the Central Missouri Little Ten conference game in Mexico Satur Satur- Saturday Saturday i day night from the Jefferson City Jays 25 to 23 M M. M M. f. f A. A took a 10 point lead in n the first quarter be before b be- be before fore Jefferson City scored The half ended with the Colonels holding a 11 17 to 5 lead Sherwood of M M. M. M l A A. led ledI the I scorers with 18 points including seven field goals and four free throws Foster of City kept his lu quintet I in the running with 9 points

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Tigers Lose to Illinois U. Mat Team, 9 to 19 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I TIGERS LOSE TO ILLINOIS U. U MAT TEAM 9 TO 19 Two Falls and Three Time Advantages Go to Visitors THREE M. M U. U MEN SCORE I I Olympic Cham Cham- Champion Champion pion Downs Do Trowbridge in 4 Min Mm 58 Sec The Thc Tiger Tl r mat team tam lost to the University l y ol Oh Illinois by a to 9 score corp at Gymnasium Sat Sat- SatI Saturday I evening e Illinois is was success success- I ful fn in gaining gaming two falls and three i time advantages ts t's Missouri won three I time advantages anta ad es Those scoring points point for Missouri Ml were H H. Carey y pound class clus I Eugene Hawkins pound class land arid V A. A Robbins pound class j For Jo r the University of Illinois both George Minot pound class elMs and A. A R. R Morrison l pound class scored five e points Other Oth r winners winn rs scoring three c points point each were W. W L. L Dooley pound lIS-pound class lass Lou Bauerle pound 12 pound class and L. L S. S Burdick pound class Sergt Allison of Kemper Military Schoo...

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Sooner Grapplers Beat K. U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I SOONER GRAPPLERS BEAT K L 17 U. Oklahomans Oklahoma Allow Opponents Only Gab Two Matches Maebel Keeping K pace p ce with the Sooner who defeated the sty sUy of Kansas Saturday night the Oklahoma wrestling team also de defeated de- de defeated the In a dual meet 22 to 6 8 at Norman Okla Okia the same laID night nigh t. t The Kansans were able to win only two matches both by decisions Capt Cox winning the pound match and his teammate Church Oh I taking the th pound match Okla Okla- Oklahoma Oklahoma homa won the only two matches de decided de de- decided by falls when Leach r and Mantooth wrestling in the pound division pinned their the r opponents to the mat

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Lewis's Team Loses Two [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Lewiss Lewis's Team Loses Two The Cape Teachers Teach coached by Jerry Lewis former Ti Tiger TI- TI Tiger ger cr football and basketball star tar tell fell before the Teachers also allo coached by a former fonner Tiger Titer star tar Don Fa Faurot and a former teammate of Lewis in a two game series riel at Friday and Saturday daY nights In the final game gains the Cape team toot tool an early lead but wo was overhauled by the team and beaten 47 41 to 34

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