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K. U. Opens Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

K U OPENS TODAY Students There Return After Holiday LAWRENCE Kan f Jan 2 3 UP I Books Boob were dusted off of again here hen today as s University of Kansas stu- stu I dente dents went w nt back to their classes aft aft- after er ci a long Christmas holiday The vacation period was a longer long r I than usual on account ot of the early arly closing of school because of the in influenza in- in influenza I epidemic

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
In the State Senate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I In the State Senate I II I JEFFERSON CITY Mo U P I Following are arc short sketches ketches of Mis Mis- Missouri MisI Missouri I senators who Will serve in the Fifty-fifth Fifty General Assembly in I Jefferson City which ch convenes to to to- day Iday Senator W N S I S. S Millard Willard I Senator W. S. Willard Republican i can of St st. Joseph is from the Sec See Second and ond District Willard was first elect elect- elected elected ed cd to the Fort sixth Forty sixth general As As- Assembly Assembly Assembly from Buchanan County In Inthe Inthe the 1927 legislature Willard wa wat a aI I member r of the private corporations insurance and municipal commit commit- commutes tees tes In 1909 Willard was appointed a member of the Missouri State Fish FishI Commission by Governor Hadley He I was born in Morrill Kan Oct Get 18 1866 and was educated at the Morril Normal School Willard was not I up for re-election re this year jear He Be Heis Hel is l a druggist Senator J G Morgan Morlan I ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Bottled Note New Orleans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Bottled Note Goes to New Orleans MARYVILLE Jan 2 Last May Miss Lucile Mitchell Maitland students in the Maryville Teachers college wrote a message and sealed It in a bottle dropping it into the Nodaway River Now Miss Mitchell has received a letter from Dan Sullivan hunter and trapper telling her that he found the bottle in New Orleans near the docks there.

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Prehistoric Fossils Found in England [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Prehistoric Fossils Found in England LEAMINGTON Eng UP The fossilized k f skeleton of a prehistoric monster 30 feet long and 10 feet fee wide has been unearthed at Harbury near here herf The skeleton which wi was in a state of perfect preservation was discovered by workmen at excavating lug ing In cement works

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Cafe is Reopened [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

t j Cafe a Is Reopened t The Jinx Cafe reopened today af af- after afI af- af after I ter being closed fo for the holidays

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Fifth Avenue Styles Invade Corinto [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Fifth Avenue Styles Invade Corinto into I It II II t I I I r LL 4 J 1 j. j J r w. w t H G w Sc L 0 10 0 l II I With th the he trend to Americanism m in iti Nicaragua the In the girl in the city have bae taken take rapidly to Amm American an styles t Ifs although their sisters in m the rural I districts are arc still a little backward in this respect rf boie t are arr tr some of or the I flappers nap rs of or Corinto or in to principal west coast city nt who ho greeted the Hoover r I party part and below beJo some girls from the interior I

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I 1 Talk of the Town sa Sale Sale e Madiso Mixed Paints Paint in wide range of col color col- col 0 or Gr urs per gallon Laughlin Hardware Hard Hard- Hardware ware are Co cadY adv Talk of the Town Sale Sal Glass Mayonnaise Mixer with Whipper r 1 87 Laughlin Hardware Co Ca i 1 i 1 11 j We Thank You I. I I O We thank the nearly people I who braved the cold yesterday i to attend our first days day's open open- opening ing the success of which was wasI i it I more than we had hoped for i iIi Ii During DurinS the remainder of the i y week we will have one of Muel Muel- Mueller's 1 lers ler's beautiful carnations for forI I each visitor We carry gasoline greases Creases of all kinds as well as i Ii alcohol for your radiator Let J 1 us serve you vou I I 4 it Park Hill Service Station i iI I Corner of Garth and Broadway i Clyde A. Stewart Mgr YOUNGER COLLEGE MEN on recent westinghouse john coleman H.J. Metz S.V. Perry C.J. Madsen C.J. Burnsides V.D. Landon A.N. Curtiss O.B. Gunby jobs L I I...

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Mrs. S. A. Old Visits Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mrs S A. Old visits Here Mrs S. A. Old and daughter Nola of Ashland and Mrs Claude Old and daughter Roselle of Lexington visited over the th weekend with Mr and Mrs J Kenneth Old and with Mr and Mrs Marvin B. Old

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Judge Gentry Here Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Judge Gentry Here Yesterday Jud Judge N T. Gentry who was ap ap- appointed ap- ap pointed by bv Gay Gov. Baker Monday as memer f the Board of Curators o of th Uni cr Uy aty of Missouri was in Columbia yesterday t He H returned Ui ti I Jefferson City Cuy yesterday esterday afternoon i

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

AT THE THEATERS Missouri Talking pictures will be shown at this theater Thursday Friday and Saturday the bill will be composed of the five acts of vaudeville and the film U S Smith The vaudeville acts consist of an all girl orchestra Rucker's Singing t Seven tn i a flapper and sheik heik act a 1 French 1 girl dancer and a aI I dancing couple ou l There will be a special Homecoming Frolic tonight from 11:30 to to 1:30 o'clock clock with special pictures and vaudeville Columbia The Honey Bunch company was well received l in Columbia The entertainment they offer is well worth the price A change of program is made every other day. The Th act for rori tonight ht end and Th Thursday i Is i Oh Dad-dy Friday night t. t the seventh anniversary of the company a midnight program will wm be given Vanity Celebrity a pugilistic film featuring Line Basque tie Is 1 offered at the Varsity tonight and tomorrow Friday and Saturday vaudeville act uti and a Bebe Daniels picture are on the program. Hall ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY J JANUARY 2 1929 1 THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN published every r nine evening except t Sunday Bunday by the Mt Mla Mla- Items Item marked By Ry UP U tJ r P are aM ar u ed on the authority Association Inc J Jay H Neff N Hall HH of the th United Pre s Association from which thc Mi Mi- bl Hat rl da U Columbia Mo Entered nt at postoffice Jay H. Neff Hail Telephones E. A. Soderstorm the th PC to ice at Columbia u our Ui an day all news service by leaned telegraph 1 Mo as all s ond claas lIt las matter matur Member of the Audit Bureau wire reau reu of Circulations SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv Tv carrier 4 a year rear 1 1 for Telephone office 55 M 5 nral news De three months month by mal insi in tu Boone Boon County 3 13 a year vcr 7 73 7 ty news cents for three months mon h by mall t 4 30 a aE aE E A A. Manager Manage year 12 for three months month I I r Snapshots comic of a Woman Keeping a Diary s 5 i ii i 1 PREPARES TO 1 T MAKE r CO or OF NET AY NOT so MUCH 75 IN ...

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We Elect a President [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

We Elect a President The most important election in tn the United States that of the president took place today almost un un- unheralded unheralded heralded and it will pass immediately into the ob ob- obscurity obscurity ob- ob of official records Few give the matter a thought nobody cares because the clumsy electoral college process procesa by which we Vie select our presidents has not served ser its ts original purpose for more than a century But still the presidential electors named nam Nov No 6 met today in the 48 states and cast ballots for Hoover Hoo and 7 for Smith and a similar number for Curtis and Robinson Then because an antiquated part of the constitution so 50 specifies spec es Congress Co ress will canvass can the vote Feb 13 to make sure that Hoover really was elected While the cumbersome machinery of the electoral college must still sUll be followed increasing asing public sent senti sentiment i ment meat has brought the equivalent ale ui of direct popular election ...

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Ambassadors of Good Will [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Ambassadors of Good Will The The abolition by many countries of that unwritten law which said that the highest official of a country should not leave the country while in office may in time prove to be of or more significance than was at first supposed. In 1919 when President Wilson went to Paris to help j I draft a treaty of peace with Germany his going was viewed with displeasure by those who wished to adhere I to the old custom Since that time however there t has been a n change i it t In attitude in this country and aud rightly ri ht ly so Aside from i the fact that Wilson went to Paris Parts on business for forthe forthe the government the h effect upon both the French Americans was important psychologically As time goes on civilized countries throughout the tile world are coming more and more to be closely related to each other every e phase of activity tty politically politically socially economical economical- j ly Iy and spiritually Ii It is accepted that wars religious rac...

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Improved "Air" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Improved Air I With the coming coining announcement of the winter inter radio programs comes a consideration of the worth orth of radio broadcasting of the last years There was much scepticism see scepticism pH I cism when in the fall tall of 1925 A. A Atwater Kent put on the air the first weekly series serie of radio concerts by the best musical artists of the country count ry Before that time radio had been n a matter matler of I experiment a toy to be enjoyed and wondered at at and consideration of a series serles of worthwhile classical programs had come only I when the tremendous possibilities of the invention were were realized The scepticism was as found in tn both the artists and the audience The artists doubted the possibility bili ty of putting over their art to a group miles mUes away while a large part of ot the radio public unfamiliar with the beauty of the music to be presented feared something high brow which it could neither understand nor ap ap- ap- ap te I Both wer...

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Racketeers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Racketeers The racketeering game is acquiring an astounding popularity in big cities and becomes a new phase the crime problem Racketeering Rack nl in itself Use If is it not new I l Extortion in various forms has been en practiced for thousands of years What is new however is the ease with which these racket games are carried on and the t I nearness to which they approach big business I The methods of ot the racketeer are not clear to a great many people The word racket as aa it is commonly I 1 used means meana a scene of excitement or tumult or a scheme echeme or trick The modern modem racketeer r however under under- understands stands it to be a method of or obtaining money by byI I threatening threat destruction of life or property A gang of racketeers will wili approach a garage owner for in instance in- in instance stance and ask him to join their organization at a certain cost per month perhaps If he joins the racketeers damage autos in the vicinity ty M his garage and he ge...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

There no harm in dreaming of success if we don dont t forget for that it takes wide awake efforts to achieve it

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The Cost of Football [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

The Cost of Football Nineteen football players were killed this year from injuries received while playing the game and a hundred more were badly injured About half of those injured received fractured bones Fatalities this year were two more than last year but one less than in 1925 Considering the number of participants partir in this sport port however er this number is small More lorr people are art play- play playIng playIng playIng Ing football than ever pr played lia before The Th squads of some of the larger oH es ts have haf ha f been so o large lar r that t hn two issi t trams have ha been placed upon the field ld and an A and AB eleven Another that football is not taking a 11 toll above ab the average is that insurance Corn com companies panics do not list the sport port as hazardous The The- average 3 age of if the players who were killed this year was a n little short of 19 years Of or O the nineteen fatalities six were college oll p players ten were wre school high M H pl...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mussolini wao wa W l. l named minister of colonies r recently reen t l when the former minister resigned re Which h h is another way of saying say n that t Mussolini tu demanded the t h resignation t lOll of a minister and took the portfolio for himself

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

After an un argument we wc regret two things what things what we c cai said ai 1 and what we didn't say

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

What Others Say Our Lawless Heritage I From the t hf Richmond RiC News Leader j I Writing in the December r number of the tue Atlantic Monthly an essay entitled Our Lawless Heritage j James Truslow Adams tells us that for three thre-e centuries i ii j i we Ae have been developing disrespect for law and says ays i ij I j that we have hae ha e gone gor s o far on the wrong road that tit titis it itis j I I is by n means certain that we can ever get et back on j the right one even with the best of nf intentions j Mr Adams is inclined to believe b lieve that this heritage of i i i I lawlessness is largely one that has come come- comedown down to us I I from New England and grew out of or the th fact that the Puritans insisted In sted upon forcing their own ideals of life i I and manners on the community at large and thought that any desirable change could be effected by legis legislation latton i No doubt the people of the southern states would j very ery willingly concede this particul...

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