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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

News N ws has been bf en received of the Ulf marriage of Maurice H H. Connally of Peru Peru Ind md a student of the th University er University I I sity in 1924 1921 and a member of Delta Delta Upsilon Up to Miss Mildred Hack- Hack lev ley The ceremony was performed i at sat 6 o'clock o lock Sunday evening in the i Congregational Church at Ft Wayne

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Dr and Mrs A A. H ii R R. Fairchild and son Rolph returned yesterday from a holiday trip which included Toronto and Woodstock Ontario where they th y visited friends friend and rel- rel and a It stav stay w in m Chicago Dr I Fairchild attended att of a meeting m the Modern Language Association A while in Toronto

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Mrs Mr Jf lt O 0 Philips of the th Sampson Apartments Apa went tnt to St St. StLouis Louis Loul today for a hew tew t w dav days day's s visit

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Is Praised for Recital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Is FOR OR REl L L IT former Graduate Gradual Student Receives Favorable Nr Newspaper Criticism Agnes Agnf's Emberson Filler dean of the home economics cs department of the t h Mississippi t State College for fort t Women at Columbus Miss Misi t-f t and a graduate tf at the hr t University here in 1923 1923 was praised in a Columbus bus pa paper pa- pa per for a violin OUn recital given Rl there recently Her fattier father Richard Em Ens- Emberson berson is a resident of Columbia and nd assistant professor in the ex extension x cx- tension department of the College Colleg of Agriculture c ur here litre hE re Selections Scle played play d b by Mrs Mr Fillet Filler j included b by Schubert Chopin 1 Verdi W G and Caesar Cui Cm The Th last number numb r was Farewell to by Kreisler

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Supreme Court Denies Radio Hearing [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Supreme ourt Radio Hearing WASHINGTON ASHINGTON Jan 3 U UPi UP P The Th United States Supreme Court has denied d the Radio Corporation of Amenta a rehearing of its refusal to review rt a lower court decision hold hold- holding holding holding ing the t company compan cn pany has violated viola the th Clayton Clavton trust anti law in its con con- contracts contracts contracts tracts requiring r other radio manu manufacturers to use itt itc it radio r tubes

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

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Where Hoover Will Worship [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I P Where Hoover Will Worship I II II a I 1 t 7 I I I i Ii Ii i I i I This Thi tiny brick church hUfh it hunt ho hI hr r or organ OT I n. n has ben chosen by byI Mr I Ir r. r and Mrs Herbert Hooter us as Hui r rt n r plan place of vf worship after March larch 1 1 It is the meeting house hou of the orthodox friends friends' rind congregation in Washington ashington It was selected in preference to a U. U meeting house i because in the ite church hurh there is b. i no pastor tor and services ser i 1 are art conducted by bv non in the congregation ion It was sas feared that cranks ranks j might use this as a means of reaching the presidents president's ear tar The clergy clergy- clergyman man in the presidents president's church hurth will ill be the th Rev Ke Augustus u u tUi T T. Murray Morray of 1 Palo Alto Calif a long life friend of the t ht

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Fire Causes $23,960 Loss [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

FIRE ne n CAUSES LOSS LOS flame In K C C. B May HiI Har Hi I I Started From Frees Gas CM Leak KANSAS CITY Jan 3 S I Gas leaking in a vacant store U ha be be to have ha ha e caused the explosion i and fire which early today did 25 i damage damace to the Priestly here h rf Nine shops in the building were slightly damaged and flames endangered ifred other buildings b Chief Daniel Iniel F. F Donovan said traces of oil oU were found in the Ritz Rit dance hall ball which occupies part of the building I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Collier Resigns from 3 Positions [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

oilier Collier r Resigns From 3 I Positions Judge H H. A A. Collier resigned his official and directorial dl connections with ith three Columbia corporations when hen hen he formally forman became judge of the th thirty-fourth thirty judicial district yes yes- yesterday yesterday The offices from which he heI resigned signed are ar President and director of the Columbia Theater Company I member r of the th board of directors of the White Eagle Dairy Company I and Md member of the board of ol directors tors tots of the Nowell Wholesale Gro Ow Grocery I cery Company

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Child is Buried Today [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Child In Is Buried Burl Today Funeral services ser were wre held for Dor for Dorothy Dorothy othy Frances France 2 daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Sappington at the Co- Co Columb Columbia lumb lumbia a Cemetery at 11 II o'clock this morning The child thUd died at th i home of her parents S on OD the Shep- Shep Shepard I ard ant farm one and a hilt half miles mUe mUeI I southeast southa t of or Columbia yesterday es j i morning

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

j paM MIe roam ws THE MISSOURIAN T T- y JANUARY 3 3 1929 wI Tr w THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN l wry event except C t Sunday by b th thi th We- We Mi Items marked By lIy VP UP are used on tb ty Publishing U Inc Jay R 11 Neff Hall Hal of the Untied United PT Association from ro which the M Ms- Columbia Mo at the at st t c Columbia U u receive day all r news new service v by r leased telegraph 1 b Mo 10 M ss cU e. matter Member Lember of the Audit Bu Bu- Bureau u- u wire reau reu of Circulation SUBSCRIPTION RATES RATES- By carrier camer 4 a ye ear r ft It for Telephone B office 55 5 general new Deft ws 21 three month montha by mall maU In 10 Boone County 3 13 a year 75 new ne news rn DO cents c for three thre months month by bJ mall elsewhere 1450 a aE E A. A year 1125 for three month The Family Hanging Album a Picture I I I I t. t t r f MOVES MOVE NEW E ENLY CAN cN RU R T HO HOR HOtS R EMIE E- E WR Jt TD VARIOUS ON Ot f fro ro N IT fl MR oi g fR WALL WIL LI LL so oto p IP LP VI AND ND BE- ...

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What a Health Program Means [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I What a Health Program Means i In connection with the health pi programs I urged or in actual practice practice tn in the Columbia public p it might be well to remember the advantages other than physical in having baving healthy school children There U Is the scholastic point ol ot view Healthy chil chil- children dren then can and will study their lessons more thoroughly for healthy children are more active have more vitality and show more of the normal curiosity and interest in n learning things when the right approach is taken The underweight undernourished child is more susceptible to diseases and the resulting r absences mean failures and aDd consequent repetitions of work The undernourished child ehUd cannot and does not have the vitality that makes mat for active participation in school play and work unless the child should happen to have an unusual abundance of nervous energy But such strung high children will break down eventually if a strong health foundation is no not bu...

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Treatment of Officials [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Treatment of 01 Officials Now that basketball season approaches we must prepare ourselves not only to witness brilliant exhibitions exhibitions tlona of the court game but also to observe the many types of officiating which are presented on the floor Each official has baa his individual style of handling games some sonie are amusing while some are very business business- businesslike like and go 10 through no comical antics during the game gamt One thing is certain any certain any official whose ability is isso isao so ao highly regarded that he has been selected lo o handle haDdle games in this ce confer confer ce knows the game lame thor thor- thoroughly or he would not DOt be permitted to officiate It isn't necessary to warn good sportsmen that the decisions of the officials must be respected and to remind them that at least the decisions are final A sportsmanlike crowd will win not continually ridicule a referee who in lii its ita Judgment has made a mistake in making a de d cis...

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A Collegiate Rogue's Gallery [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Rogues Rogue's Gallery A well known eastern college has baa adopted the custom custor a of attaching an individual picture of each member of o f every course to the course card in possession of the Ui C f instructor Roll RU can call is II made by name while the in instructor In- In checks up on the responses by picture This FbI 5 is ja an example of efficiency at its Ita best or best or worst Whether it Win will prove successful in checking the tb C custom of cutting now depends upon the number of o I II I twins twine attending school together It is a serious blow blo C to budding affairs of the heart while the day when ri the bewhiskered gentleman three rows to 10 o the left let t 1 answers to the name nam of Marie Marts appears to be rapidly I I drawing to an end As AI an example of efficiency it is an inspiration I But when the colleges and universities no longer ap ap- appeal appeal peal to t the average man and woman attending them ther themas themI a aas as I something worth w...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

i A day bed of the Pilgrim type sold for in New Ne w j York recently The be difference between the purchaser purchase r of the tile Pilgrim bed and a hotel guest in New York is Ia I that the latter lafter cant can't take tate his bed back home

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Montreal has baa been holding a politeness contest among amona anion g Us Ita policemen Other cities clUes are arc objecting because their thel Lr policemen are too polite in some lOme respects

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Half a million miWon books bo ts on bridge bridle rules are sold yearly yearl f Maybe Lybe the unemployed class clua is taking up work

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

l L What Others Say I I Moral Confusion in the Colleges Prom From the Literary Digest t. Booze Boose at turns home may mean boose boce at college when your yo IC boy goes oft to school according to a university registrar C. C On the other band hand if a girl Ibl has baa had a good home hon e twining she is safe f says a modern youngster para pars I- I phrasing the ancient Detent proverb wo er Train up a child in the Ui IC way he should go 10 and even when he is old he will not sic depart from it Other witnesses young and old in 10 our ou IT colleges college l testify to the truth of the saying as we read nad rea ci I In to a study of morale in Isi twenty three American colleges college a k said and universities undertaken by the Institute of Social il I slid and 4 Religious Research and published under the title t K Doubleday Doran The study made mad e t by br R R. H H. edwards J J. JM M M. Annan Artman and nd Galen Oaten M. M Fisher r tt ShOUld interest all parents parenti of stude...

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Whoa, Pegasus ! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

1 1 W Whoa hoa Pegasus j I J. J Jor S oc and Annie AnnU- Screen S creen Their Talk It happened on a bus returning to I Columbia after the recent holiday Everybody E was tired everybody list list- l st- st less l ess The Th strenuous good time had hadeen been b een just a little too much In the back of the bus sat seven e student two to of them very veo vel very tired ired t The other five fhe were younger and a nd bore more lightly li the cares of coming oming c back to school and the time they hey t had had in the city It started with a bridge game It developed de into wisecracks alleged and riddles typical collich con con- The five youngsters seemed to be having ing a good time They laughed heartily and talked in- in inI j J I Finally as always when i Joe and Annie from the University get together the talk turned to movies Some of the group had hadI I seen Lon Loss Chaney Chancy in his latest plc- plc r ture I think Lon ton Chaney Chancy is a mavel- mavel ous acta w gushed one swe...

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Modern Comforts in Castle [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

MODERN COMFORTS IN CASTLE Central Heating and Drainage Dis Db Discovered covered coyer in Medieval Estate HELSINGBORG Sweden Sveden Such modern comforts as central heating and drainage have been dis dis- discovered discovered dis- dis discovered covered in a Swedish medieval cas cas- castIe tle tIe recently restored under the supervision of a govern government ment antiquarian Dr Sten Anjou It is now one of the rarest sights of southern Sweden From an open hearth in the cen cen- center center center ter of a huge basement kitchen where two entire oxen could be roast roast- roasted roasted roasted ed at the same time stone flues were found to lead to the different apartments on the four upper floors and alongside alon one of the kitchen L walls there was a stone sink with an outlet through the seven foot wall to the outside Built from uncut sandstone im Im- imported Import Im- Im Imported ported port d front from the Baltic Island of Gotland the wall vall taper until five feet fett t...

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