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High Death Rate Recorded [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
HIGH DEATH RATE RECORDED Influenza Responsible for increse Over her 1927 1921 Mark in Kansas Kansa TOPEKA Kan Kari Jan 2 UP cUP i The Time highest hi death rate recorded in j the t h last five e yeas years and the lowest loest birth rat rate are the records for Kan- Kan Kanab Kanas mas ab as for 1928 according to the time r report port of Dr Earle G. Brown secretary of oi the State Board of Two distinct dist waves wa es of influenza one ouie in March larch and amid April and th th i ether in December account in tn part for foi the time thea approximately approximate a deaths in iii the time state he said This exceed by bv more than 1000 the deaths for 1927 i Births reported ported r to the state de de- depal pal partIn nt will not exceed which wh ch will aili be the lowest st number since the time law la w providing pro for birth n was wa enacted Dr Brown BrO raid aId
Chinese 'Taxed" out of Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Chinese Taxed Out of Work PEKING i c U Four P Four thousand Chinese workmen have ha lost lot their jobs jobb in T as the th result of the decision on of the British-American British To To- Tobacco Tobacco Tobacco bacco to close down their factory there The manager in an an- announcing announcing the decision declared d the factory has been taxed tax d out of exis exis- existence tence t ncr
Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1929 n I News In the Field of Sport n. n q Salesman Sam By Small Blimp store ride rumble $4,400 Sam rumble seat happy new year payment Guzz I I t. t ri NT I u h. h Freckles Fre ckles and a nd His Friends By Blossom Hop off airplane telephone wires fire department
Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING t t. t a Word a Day 6 Day For a Word Phone 55 I Columbia Ml n U t. a of The Association of News N f Clarified Advertising Man- Man Mana 1 Z a which includes leading new w wEl El throughout the country and aneS aim the elimination of af it ita classified claf dent rot and misleading mi ni 0 The Columbia well wail as sa every other mem- mem h I the the- Association endeavors endeavor to Ads and truthful Want Yant it only appreciate having ha Its Ita attention I Ito I advertisement nt not con con- conto 1 to any ilni to the standards of I I ty J. G BABB Investment Securities a m Titer Hotel First Mortgage 6 60 0 Bonds IM MI 4 Exchange change NatI Bank Bid r 1 Phone phone- 1862 1162 UAL ESTATE W REALTY SPECIALS PRONE PHONE 272 WHY WHY PAY RENT when wh n you buy a new room 7 room brick well tID tn ted located ted on the South side only I IS room 5 brick well k tf room 5 brick 5 You can buy p em em n home hom 2500 terms t of these on Oil onry very ry easy room 4 roo...
Big Six Downs Southwestern Eleven, 14 to 6 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
BIG SIX DOWNS SOUTHWESTERN ELEVEN 14 TO 6 Howell and Merhle Lug Pigskins Brilliantly FISTICUFFS MAR GAME Southerners Score Touchdown down on Blocked Punt DALLAS Tex Jan 2 Too much Blue Howell fullback of Nebraska braska disastrous today for or the all star football team of the Southwestern Conference which was defeated 14 to 6 6 here h re yesterday by a picked hand team of the Big Six The game was for the benefit of ofa a childrens children's hospital but there was waa little charity in the hearts of the fans and players as they battled on the gridiron Twice a group of ot fans swarmed on the playing field as fights stopped the game In the last quarter the game was delayed several minutes as police cleared the field of fans who swarmed the gridiron after fter a Burgess southwest player apparently swung at Howell Burgess was ejected Then later when Howell had carried the ball to the yard 8 line as the gun ended the game game the spectators took the field again when hen a scramble for ...
Draws Crowds at Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
j DRAWS CROWDS AT GAMES K S A C Has Higher Attendance This Year Than Previously Attendance at the Kansas State Agricultural College football games this year was a little higher than it has been in previous years despite te teI the fact that t ha t the Wildcats ts lost all n I of their Big Six encounters accord- accord accordI ling I ing to a statement issued recently by bv Mike F Ahearn Abeam director of ath- ath athIl athletics Il tics at the Kansas institution Some Jome people saw the in n action including the the- tickets ts for forthe forthe the he knot hole gang Ran and the com com- complimentary tickets The The Aggies' share of f the gate receipts was almost 40 The annual K S. S A. A Kansas C.-Kansas homecoming game drew the largest i crowd of the year y ar some people I viEwing ewing the contest Incidentally this I established a record for attendance t it K S. A C. kansas homecoming games The second largest crowd of the be season ass lias as at the Nebraska tame game on Day w...
Grid Receipts at N. U. Are $158,208 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
GRID RECEIPTS AT N.U. ARE $158,208 92,509 People Attended Five Games Played at Lincoln In the gridiron season Just juat past put the University of Nebraska football team brought into the cof cof- coffers coffers cof- cof coffers fers cornhuskers of the athletic department This amount represents Nebraska's share of football receipts both at home and abroad and in these contests the ex exhibited ex- ex exhibited their gridiron wares before some paid admissions at the nine games aames on the Nebraska ached ached- ule tile At the Nebraska Memorial sta sta- stadium stadium people passed through the turnstiles during the five home games in Lincoln and possibly twenty twenty twenty ty thousand more remained away because of adverse weather condi condi- conditions conditions conditions according to John K Selleck business manager of athletics athletic Three of the Cornhuskers' home games were played in the face of blinding snowstorms or on rain rain- soaked turf This Thia caused a lessened a...
Opens Track Season Feb. 8 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
OPENS TRACK SEASON FEB 8 Ames Mentor Is Training His Men for Triangular Meet Coach Bob Simpson at Iowa State is making preparations to get his indoor track men into shape for the first competition of the season Feb 8 with Drake and Grinnell in a triangular meet m t. t There Is ample ma ma- material material material available to replace the loss of nine letter men of last season Of the twelve letter men back this year are ar Capt Harry Hoak Hoat Christenson Behrens Bailey Engle Meier Coomer Lutjens Smith Soults Nichols and Hoppe There is a host of middle-distance middle runners from last lut years year's freshman I class The greatest obstacle Simp Simp- Simpson Simpson son has to overcome is competent men for the quarter-mile quarter field events and the javelin ja Coach Simpson says competition will be strong in the Big Six Conference Conference Conference ference this year and Iowa State faces the most formidable opponents I when wh n they meet Kansas and Oklahoma universities but...
Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
Sport Briefs By United Press Pr c ANN ARBOR Mich The The University of Michigan basketball team defeated the Penn State team here last night 32 3 to 11 It LAFAYETTE A VETTE Ind Purdue md-Purdue Purdue had little trouble defeating the De Pauw basketball team here last night 47 to 24 INDIANAPOLIS Ind The md-The The But But- Butler Butler Butler ler University basketball team con con- continued conI continued its victorious season here last I night ll ht at defeating the University of North Carolina 43 to 20
Georgia Tech Downs U. C. in Hard Game, 8-7 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
GEORGIA TECH DOWNS U. U C. C IN HARD GAME 8-7 View Tournament Tournament Tournament ment of Roses Spectacle BEARS SUPERIOR IN AIR California Players Player's Error Gives Golden Tornado Victory PASADENA Calif Jan 2 UP Georgia Tech pride of the south south- southland's southland's southland's lands land's gridirons today was the un tin- uncrowned crowned king of 1928 elevens fol fol- following following fol- fol following lowing its sensational 8 7 victory over the University of California in inthe Inthe the annual Tournament of Roses in intersectional in- in intersectional ter sectional football game here yes yes- In one of the mo mOt most t colorful and exciting games of the season just ended the Golden Gold n Tornado rated ra ted tedas as the underdog before the game iam swept down the field of Rose Ros Bowl packed pack with a frantic crowd d of persons and extinguished Cal Cal- California's California's California's hopes of ot another intersectional intersectional intersectional ...
Captures Crook and Candy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
I 1 Captures Crook and Candy I I I I w M 4 oA oAL L j i I LV V V A. A V V v V V A. A V V A V i 1 n i Aw Uw Ai I didn't do much stammered Joe Fadd Jr when he was as before Grover Whalen r New Yorks York's ork widely respected d and aDd feared police commissioner But Joe son lIOn of a Brooklyn policeman was wa 1 just being modest upon receiving a box of candy as the commissioners commissioner's I reward of valor alor The boy had entered a store as the was being Mini r held up ran out and rave gave f the th alarm accompanied a policeman in a k perilous automobile chase chast and then pointed oat out the bandit in a crowd of p i 1 pedestrians ped
Stribling Scores K. O. over League [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
STRIBLING SCORES K O. OVER LEAGUE I Wins After 40 Seconds I of Fight Was Fight Was j I Knockout KANSAS KASAS CITY Jan 2 UP i Two clean punches were all that Young of Georgia needed to keep ket p him in tic the running for the heavyweight championship as he knocked knok d out Jack League L ague of Texas here her last la t. t night ht after forty seconds of fighting f i The Time sudden end came canle in the first firsti i round of the scheduled ten round bout after the ilse t Dixie Dixi boy had taken takena l a count coun t of four in the thc first seconds 1 of fighting League rocked the 1 Georgia schoolboy with a punch and I StrIbling went to the canvas for only a second C
"Tex Rickard Resting Easily [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
1 TEX RICKARD RICKARD RESTING EASILY Promoter Operated On for Appendicitis it Became Ill Monday MIAMI BEACH Fla Jan 2 UP George L. Tex Rickard New York sports promoter who was operated on for acute appendicitis at the Allison hospital here last night was reported us resting easily early today Rickard first became slightly Ill on Monday evening and the illness increased td Tuesday A diagnosis is showed he was suffering from acute gangrenous appendicitis 1 He was to have been host to some 500 residents of this district last night at the opening of the Miami Beach Kennel Club the extent of Rickard's illness will determine whether he will be able to proceed with his plans for the heavyweight fight here between Jack Sharkey of Boston and young Stribling of Atlanta next month physicians indicated
Wisconsin to Try New Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
WISCONSIN TO TRY NEW PLAN College lie f fill Will ill Recommend R Advance Standing for or Special pedal 8 Work ork Done Sophomores in the experimental college colle e at the University of Wisconsin will be recommended for full fun junior standing t andin in the College of ol Letters Let and Science next fall faU on the basis bu is cf ci three pieces of work to be completed between the Christmas l 1 1 I I recess and an June it is announced by the director The first written requirement will willbe willbe be bet a regional study consisting of a survey of some ome city or locality ty in the United States A special study of some phase of American life Ute will be bethe bethe bethe i the students students' second paper and the thel third piece of or work will wUI be an in intelligence ln- ln intelligence t test given next June which will cover material unrelated un I to studies carried on in the college A mark for the two years' years work In tn the college will be given liven on the basi...
Lynching Figures Decrease [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
LYNCHING FIGURES DECREASE I Mississippi Leads This Year With 2 I Missouri Had Only 1 The number of I the lynchings last year show a decrease el ol seven against sixteen for the preceding ing year and the decrease has baa been beef correspondingly favorable for the thelast thelast thelast last three consecutive years year accord accord- according ing inK to statistics compiled by Tuskegee Institute in the Department of Records and Research There were twenty four instances where here officers of the law prevented Of the nine persona persons lynched eight were negroes Mississippi I sippi led with the number of lynch- lynch ings having three Missouri only one
Owners of Mine to Convene Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929
OWNERS Of MINE TO CONVENE HERE Silver Jack Stockholders to Meet at Tavern Next Month Stockholders in the Silver Jack Mining and Milling Company which b b 15 is located loca t near the headwaters of the Cimarron River in I Hinadale County Colorado will wUI hold their an an- an annual nual mini meeting m at the Daniel Boone Tavern next month A number of Columbians Columbiana hold stock in this com oom company P pany ny The Sliver Silver Jack Mine was located by a Missourian C. C C M. M Hyde who went prospecting in 1916 1911 and located there Oct 17 1917 f Mr Hyde with two partners Nor Nor- Norris Sampson of Rocheport and a 8 8 Turner Moore of Fulton Pulton spent sev several y v eral thousand dolors rs in developing the mine by hand during durina the open seasons until December 1923 When the SilverJack Mining and Milling Company was Incorporated under the Colorado law A fully equipped plant plan has been installed since then The property pro is ii located in the th midst ol dl famous m...