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James Turnbull Injured [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

JAMES JA ES LL INJURED M M. I. I Student Suffers Suffer Fractured Fra Skull in tar Car ar Crash h James B. B Turnbull of St. St Louis Louisa a R student in the th University is in inthe inthe the Lutheran Hospital in tn St. St Louis Loul 1 suffering from a fractured skull ull L which he h received r ived in an automobile accident Dee Dec 20 The cause Cue of the accident is 18 not known as Mr Turnbull was wu alone at the th time but it is thought that thai I his car skidded d and find struck a tele tete- telephone phone pole pol He is a member mem r of ol Kappa Sigma fraternity

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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A. D. Buford Dies Suddenly [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

C I I A A. D. D I DIES DIEK 8 SUDDENLY I Paralytic Stroke Causes Death of 01 State Senate Sena JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 UP A D. D Bufford of Paris an cf the State Stale Senate nate and a cousin oi ot Senator Carter Buford of Ellington died dlf d suddenly udd here today at his hotel hote following a stroke of He lie was waR sixty six tx years od o d and is sur sur- I 1 ved by a widow and three sons 1001

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Gentry to Take up Law Practice [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

GENTRY TO TAKE UP LAW PRACTICE Retiring Supreme Court Judge to Open Office Here This Week By a Staff Correspondent Co JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan S.- S. North Todd Gentry of Colum Colum- Columbia bia bla who upon retiring Monday from Division DI No 1 of ot the Su su- Supreme Su- Su Supreme preme pr me Court was waa appointed to the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri by Gov Sam Baker will win return to Columbia and resume reaume his hislaw hislaw law practice there he laid id today Judge Gentry said wet that he had already started to move his belong belong- lags ings to Columbia and he expected to open his hta office in the Guitar Building torn some time th week He Be will practice Independently Judge Judae Gentry was waa filling fifing by ap ap- appointment appointment ap- ap the term of the late Judge Judie W. W W W. Graves Gravel in iii the Su Su- Supreme Supreme preme Court He Re is 18 succeeded in inthe the one office by bV William F. F Prank Frank of a commissioner of th...

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Fire Starts in Two Cars [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I naK IRE S J TWO IN TWO CUll CARS Interior of 01 One Slightly Charred Other Ou fo Is N Net 4 0 Fire to In a car at Proctors Proctor's Garage 0 caused by abort bort t. t charred the inside of Or the car ear and aad s the up- up at t 1 o'clock Wits morning before bet being extinguished by the fire department t. t About f 1 o'clock this U morning the be fire depa extinguished e ed another er automobile fire firt in front fron of College J caused by bJ backfire in the carburetor The car was wu not damaged

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Utah Approaches Winter Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

UTAH APPROACHES WINTER R WEATHER Hoovers Hoover's Ship It Ii Abreast J breast U U. S Today Joday ay 1000 Miles i Off rOff Shore ABOARD AB ARD THE U u. 8 a 8 UTAH RN EN ROUTE TO HAMPTON ROADe ROAD Jan S I President elect elect Her Her- bert Hoover Boover remained silent on 00 po po- political questions as U the Utah came osme abreast of the United State early 1 today and anet steamed northward about 1000 1 mUM miles off shore Although the battleship was wai ap ape approaching ap- ap the winter noe aM alter an al almost at- at nat most two months month of ol South Booth American summer the weather sItU was warm today but the sea ma was wai roBb ly The Utah to 11 t to such anchor at lamp U on n RoMe Roads Sunday United States but he will wW be to ID midst of it again ain next week ft though the president-elect president hat has de declined de- de to make any official or unofficial tidal announcements it is II known lit he will begin a series of conferences at Washington immediately on ...

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Visiting Teacher Leaves for N. Y. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

VISITING TEACHER LEAVES FOR N. N Y Miss Allie Crews to At At- Attend Attend tend Conference Till Next Thursday L Miss AWe Allis Crews visiting teacher I of Boone County hat has left for New NewYork York to attend an annual conference for teachers associated with the Na Na- National National Committee on Visiting Teach Teach- I ers era The conference opened today I. I I and will continue until next Thurs Thurs- I day This committee is ia the tle instrument through which the Commonwealth Fund has been tn conducting thirty demonstrations in visiting teacher work Boone County was one of the two rural counties in which such auch sucha I a year three ar demonstration d has haa been I tried During this period the Na Na- National Committee on Visiting Teach Teach- Teachers ers era has furnished two thirds of the thet visiting teachers teacher's salary the re remaining re- re t third one-third being given by bythe the th County Court and the Kiwanis Club here Ii At the end of the the- year t...

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Snow Halts Construction [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

SNOW HALTS CONSTRUCTION Recreation Bowling M May MayBe 9 Be R ReM Ready by Feb II U Bad weather eather has baa delayed work west on the new Columbia Recreation Bow Bow- Bowling I ling I na building which is it being con con- constructed constructed at Eighth and Locus streets The foundation has baa been laid aM and the material to be used U is on UM the ground with the exception of tin the steel which wee expected to arrive today 81 t S igon teon loads loeda of dirt din will wilt be removed r for tor the beiler room which measure 12 by it s feet r The bowling alley alle a on stand and a cigar stand will all tx be aMI I I located in the building The build building ing is expected to be completed complete about shout Feb 16 13 according to C. C If M contractor

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Question Mark Aloft 51 Hours at 12:26 Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

QUESTION MARK ALOFT 51 HOURS AT 1226 TODAY Authorities Confident Flight Will Last Ten Days MISSOURI AIRMEN FAIL Aviatrix 18 Newt New Record of 12 Hours and 11 H Minutes Minute LOS LOB JS 1 UZ to ki tot TOb his ta t taDd and aDd break all ail flight IM no orda the Question Mark army i 4 motored plane pissed d its 1 iUt 11 51 to esP hour in the t lr at 10 a. a m. m Pacific Time n. or cc U 12 Oem CIa Time today LOS LOG ANa calif CaUl Jan aa The army MM iH-a iH Mark Wark roared isid 2 back k and Del f beth twain tween here bin and San Ban Dean INo ning IC its ita hour in the tt IIa its ito attempt to smash tIa U e durance mark R Refueled and aDd d e. e tN tender the pW tri WOk Kiev her ker carryIng five aft men IMD he has heed bias J the he air since M 31 a a. m sa ID llam Tuesday j Army Arm who were tar ing C the flight with withed ed Sd the Question on Mart Mark woud WO ica days or more moN Ma Oarl CarI commander of 01 the PI I. pl M eaM sald wIMa be he took off lf they would ft In In...

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Missouri Plane Fails [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

PI MARSHALL Mo Mo J Jn t S I Although their at to 4 set sat a t endurance th st record had ld tilde I in failure today toda pilots of th the di dl- dl diminutive Batting Barling NB 1 were weft I. I in the successful way w ws their r method of the Lb Plans plane fro b the ground had bad operated The proposed ed sustained t DId flight IDa eod ed ad last night at M 74 tI q ton ten hours houri and four fifty minutes after they had taken off oft The plane pIaM was w 1 landed after at Leonard Rhiner of of sas Ms City pilot co-pilot had permitted the wheels of Cf the small nall I ship to t touch ground whan he ht a es attempting to throw out a note DOle and d aMa anda a broken chain Knowing they the would be tied fled Blaine Blame M. M tor tot of the ejector which thee flung tt to them the fuel from the ground took toot ov over r the controls control circled the be and landed During the be time they ship were in t UW air they had bad made ton test pickup of ei A Atuel fuel tuel and other s...

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Woman Sets New Record [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

We W tees laM New Mew Beets LOS ANO out Calif Ju 1 S Ml Cities Bobble Bobbie Treat yeAr IS-yeAr- old Los LoI Angeles Angelet aviatrix we wee the ibe new worlds world's champIon wa durance fUer mer today having IWa fleVa fl her bel airplane continuously f for tw e I hours boura and eleven minutes She landed at 4 the I I airport at a Van fes Iet nIg M 16 o'clock an baring been In Inthe S the be sir since 6 a ft m. m the ejr endurance record was wu i aIM ni ne six x minutes set est by br sM t I Field H. H Y T. Else Mies Trout did cUd not net r f fa- fa as she Ibe her bor pe to ns 0 the ground pound y and aDd w ver w 10 the large crowd Only ft w f tone Ions of fuel remained to In the M and not DOt enough for f her hw to re seamed In the Uw sir air fifteen one hours boars U L I she bad had plumed I Mrs lira L. L D D. Trout said her herter ter tar took toot up avIatIon becas s i did not DOt like Jib to 10 do Mal ond after the she had quit the VId cC Southern V 4

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

TWO THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 3 3 1929

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Fight Settled, Senate Takes up Peace Pact [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

FIGHT SETTLED 1 SENATE TAKES UP PEACE PACT Reconvening Leaders Decide to Delay Cruiser Bill REED THREATENS UP TIE-UP House Is Concerned With in Ap Ap- Appropriations A Appropriations p- p undress S Toda Todi By United Press Pres SENATE Considers Consider State Justice Corn Com Commerce merce and Labor Department t ap appropriation a ap- ap p- p bills bins Kellogg K war anti-war treaty treat to be betaken betaken taken up at 2 p p. m rn HOUSt HOUS Takes up War Department nt ap ap- appropriation app ap- ap p bill WASHINGTON Jan 3 lUP The fighting lighting seventieth e Congress Con ress which adjourned for the Christ Christmas ma holidays with ith the Senate locked lock in ina ina ina a bitter filibuster r. r came carre back today to finish up its work in an atmos atmos- atmosphere atmosphere phere of peace An agreement was a negotiated d by b Senate leaders whereby the Kellogg KelIo g war anti-war treaty will be considered before the naval cruiser build building ng bill thus settling ...

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

II Today's By Market United e Press Reports I 1 Kanas Kansas H H liv HC C a ash h r rain Jn J Wheat i r 12 72 7 c cars irs unchanged ed d to U le 1 lout 10 No 10 2 hard bird 1 0 01 1 I 24 24 2 red r d 1 Sl 22 1 I tJ J 1 ltd fed 1 12 Co Corn rne f 01 H l car ars unchanged I to IA c r J 2 nu d 7 5 3 mixed 77 7 78 2 yellow 80 au lc 3 elo o 78 8 78 8 t. t while 81 tile Rh Oat Oats p I 1 ca p ii r nd at unc ha n r d p L tT 2 hIt C 47 4 H Rye No 2 93 I Barl Barley y No 0 i. i 8 1 No o. o 2 1 N 3 3 12 1 22 1 24 No o 4 1 l' l 1 20 Milo 1 No 2 l 31 I. I n i 3 1 1 21 6 No u. u 4 1 18 1 2 f I. I PraIrie Prane No 9 1 12 1 chOIr 0 i 0 T Timothy No 10 1 1330 lG 50 l o iran irain Futures Open Low Close Clo- wi Wheat t March 1 16 s 11 May IH I It ItA I I July I 1 20 l 1 20 o lt Corn CO Marh h R fl 8 RS 83 May 90 ill 1 91 fO July 9 92 n 92 92 Oats Oat I March 47 47 47 47 May lay 42 48 1 4 A J Aj 4 46 6 lit Ry Rye Tarch In 1 CC lOl 1 12 1021 I 1021 I 1 May l 1 06 4 I 1 0 i 1 OJ o 1 July I 05 In 1 5 l...

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Congress Considers Military Bill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

1 I Congress Considers on Rill Bill W SHI Jn J n 3 UP I Congress Con ress toda today tolay b br gan an con con- PC C cm IP H of the largest t t military ons ever asked for in peace p ace time a v. v in inthe the th House How a u at ons C n i lit r- r r favora f oraly h th tho Var appropriation iou for lo- 1930 For direct work ork the th bUt can ted ic i sis vis 11 1 lr more or than appio r ted fn fir 1 the current und end groat- groat gr at er rr than ov Sv Y t te le e b bt dr d t. t

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"Alarm" of Student Sends Fire Chief to Jesse Hall in Hurry [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Alarm of Student 2 i Sends Fire Chief to toi i Jesse Hall FlaIl in Hurry Tl Tho Th cl clas i b M l 5 1 J d d d n i nl a nt t he e Lm Lot t. t t i tl tI to I P on M 1 S Sn S' S dents ii h Increased sed sd tv t 1 cru fi pl t and ii rid 1 l to rud nd to a ji nold old oid t 2 n i t IP i i J hir ur d do- do noted to t o abse t 7 or i L t f Cm m i-I i ter vac aa i on ozi T r i the sen en n ol r I t h 11 i j fire th chef tf r pi id ti through rou h Mi th t li Ct J i 1 t dr ir at and anci d lore torr N Nr r n l t toward vard Jo Jese se Hal lL C Ct C's i bound at stud r panned paned t i td i lo lok IOk k uS s t i tot lor the lire or at W t i Ici in insi si Sl slot n ot of MI smoke oki TIlE Thet sav r P rf rhe The 1 f Irr re r emit cai hi i car cai Si lie iC d ii to tn t 0 a 5 i 1 t h-t lui t 1 r u ito t ill o e t Jesse Jl e Ha lial ind o OUt r nt ill i i l 0 t ll I liPid Ml Ii s a Flora B 13 k kr ket i I. I 2 I C or Avei Avel ie l She Sh th t Ink l d i dri r r fc to for his hl ki kind kid 1 ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

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Old and New Leaders in Science [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Old and New Leaders in Science J I Is j I o 0 V I II I 4 i The Th old ud and ami sun new leaders of the American MH H lation ia tion for the th Advance d Advancement d an i ment of s iene r which met in New Sr 1 York ork ork are art pictured here t At the left Ifft leftt 1 t I i j- j Ir Ur No es of the C alifornia Institute of Technology the re- re rf I tiring president and at the right Prof Henry F Fairfield airfield Osborn Osburn O born of the of Natural Satural History who succeeds Noyes merican Museum lu um I

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Pickwick Bus into Ditch [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

J CR lK IK itts itt's ISTO DITCH I U Cnn oin f Cn la a as loaded ith W th Stu- Stu tu- tu tuI I dents 1 From K C CA J A Of Greyhound Greyhound rr hound bus bu en- en eni i ruti fon I roii K Kansas City to Colimba nid with v ran into the 0 rh h t 4 orrick yesterday yest after- after tv r three miles issues list east cf of 01 JI H 1 a. i 40 No NT one was x injured 4 Koi i IK a e cui ur the th driver druer found foun the tho to toti u blocked on e thor her t sid side b by cars puked Poked together to ther and was force to ln i H the richt h front wheel t tt t Hi 10 to rest in t the ie mire nure of or the em- em emit emI I at it the th- de o 0 o hc tr ditch A r I c 1 rig ng c. c van vito lil l arrived arn shortly short- short ly ii aiu tilt the ac M was as placed in mi rear o o the hiP bits bis bu and joined by bv a ca call ca- ca caI 5 I ll 1 i bus v sas as as on the road with with- witha a ft ft fe u cs s

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Church to be Ready June 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

2 HI R II TO 0 BE Kt READY 1 JINE JISE 1 I T- T rt ci of nI New Methodist t Building to toJ J F H CI In 2 Months 1 I C Cir Cu HI work on the M s- s sv v 5 dit di t c Church h on Sr South th 1 i h i s iSIS t w 55 11 lii 1 be bt finished b hi bT I 1 i I Ti T J u i 1 according ro 1 co din to t John JohnF F I ni ki it ural c Vork Work up- up n T I u i iv chool c portion of oft L 2 t u i iS i'S i is expected d ctr-d to be corn com t tr- tr d i iii 1 I b out 0 u t tuo t 0 i In 0 n t 11 Vi s' s 5 I i to be ip done includes Include's bin ll dL i L a. w i ks and that over oer vv St uk k i K i t tilt the e plaster- plaster a i j and 1 n Inns

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Rifle Club to Shoot in First Match [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

i j 1 Rifle Rife lub no t shoot in First FI h Match t Th I i ir fr i 1 99 1929 9 match of the Uni- Uni Univ v V. V i V c ui i Mi Il nun nuri Rifle Club with nc u lf 1 tr t r ii in will still be bf held Jan 12 12 a i t J 2 ot l' l ek ir n i tl tb the e afternoon on the then thein in n rUt 1 nil i nc go in the Sue t b carret of Jese J s e HI 1 TL i n a ic h i ell wll ll be behot hot shot with ith U hi 1 Jt on I son C Ct t G Gun in Cl Club ib It will willI I b 52 a i t s u shoulder o match C 1 S i Ii Ive e shots hots fired ired in each iOsi- iOsi posit t ton Ol

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