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It's Easy to be Lawless in London [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Its It's it Easy Ea y to Be Re 8 Lawless in London LONDON Jan 3 UP Motor l Motor Motorists in London can commit as many as a eighty ight ight accord- accord according according ing tog to the legal department nt of the i Automobile Association A orla t ion one of or the leading lending motoring bodies i. i London

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

l You are missing n opportunities ies if 1 i I I you all do not read rea and use us ets Missourian J j II Want Ads J j II 11 War var Ado Ada give Cic l CC Phone 53 5 I LOW i Week End Fares 5 y To ro St. St Louis and Kansas City I via via i It i iI ii I. I I WABASH 1 J St. St Louis and return r r C II Kansas City and return K P 11 j Half fare for children hildren i 1 ij 1 t 4 J Tickets on sale for trains leaving Ita in Columbia 1 I 05 p. p m. m n Fridays and 1110 11 I I lOa 1 0 a. a m. m Saturdays good god returning on 1 all trains up to and including trains leaving lea in St. St Louis Louisi i J 9 03 a. a m. m and Kansas City 9 00 a. a m. m Mondays m follow follow- J ing ina date of sale For full information apply to 4 J. J j C. C ABBOTT Wabash abash Ticket Agent ent or y 4 J 4 L. L I. I R. R WILSON j Division li ision Passenger er Agent J Jen en t J Mo e 4 j t 4 t 9 tf 4 I Ii i Columbia Business and Professional Directory I It t No matter what kind of service you need theres there'...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Color Gives a Room Its Individuality [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Color Gives a Room Its Individuality r r. r T r f L F 41 ill I II 0 m b I J v l I I In this thi room of northern exposure the desk dk desk chair pillows pillo nr III leg Kale tuble t bl are art bright red and the walls and ceiling golden yellow The rug is i a deep brown as is i the chair hair at the right The chair hair at the let left letis Ittis is upholstered in dark green 1 Before taking up lit the study of color j I Hi lIi its lb relation to house furnishing r it 11 la i. i lir t necessary to give gc g c a brief outline of the lI important points j of tilt the spectrum 1 There are art three thieL i primary colors I ILet I Let us take red as our first choice I and dissect dl set it It is warm vigorous 1 OffUS vital and sOd makes kt'S more impression lOn upon the Uw consciousness than han t any j I other hither color In large lar quantities it is out 01 oi place in ill any save a large larg room for its lt very essence makes make's smaller It thing it adorns appear I lit fit th...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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K. C. Woman is Threatened [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I i I i I f I I i I I K C. C WOMAN S IS THREATENED Wrecks Saloon With th Ax Is Ax-Is Is Told to Leave lA-a lA t ity City in 10 Days Das KANSAS CITY Mo o. o Jan 3 UP cUP e Temi Ten days in which to sell her hr res res- restaurant restaurant restaurant and leave l e a Kansas Kan as City or ord death d ath would result were given iv n today to Mrs l Maud Wilson who inaugurated inaugurated Kansas K as City's CI t ys y's most t drastic liquor crt nd by by wrecking a saloon aloon with an ax The threat of death d a t h was contained in a letter I which Mrs Wilson turned over to James JanH's R. R Page county pros pros- pro She said she also had no intentions lions of oC o complying with wah Us its demands The letter If containing many mis mis- misspelled misspelled spelled words and having ha hai i n no signs signa signature Sl na- na nat tore ture t ur except a a crude crud drawing dra lug of a river ri as is if to imply Mrs tr 1 Wilson would be b thrown into the river ll read as follows D...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Careers Made by Housewives [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CAREERS MADE MADEI BY HOUSEWIVES HOUSEWIVES I University Expert Says I Well Run Homes Help I Men Succeed I I When eighty per cent c nt of the th work work- working i ing people in the United States earn less thai than 2000 a year and growing families 5 must be supported on this th the th question of getting the most moat in food value alue for every very dollar expended expend d should be studied by both husbands and wives s. s according to Prof Ben Ben- Benjamin jamin Andrews s 's of the Household Economics Department Columbia I University Prof Andrews Andrws points J. J out that the I ginning beginning step is in tn n a real spirit of operation co-operation opera co-opera and a broadening of the wife's knowledge of the th business relations as a a n whole hole rather than confining her hr interest to jus just what the thc income is in dollars and tents cents I 4 It takes two to make a career carper says Prof Andrews in lii support of his statement sta nt that the th modern wife wh...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Postman Met by Dog and Followed Daily over Ten-Mile Route [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Postman Met by Dog and Followed Daily Over Ten-Mile Ten Route COLUMBUS O. O CUP Kain UP Rain or orI shine George H. H Lichter Columbus postman is sure of company as he I delivers card carde bills bUbo and love letters l along his route I i Prince a black and arid white collie I belonging to J. J J W W. McDonald meets m ts tsI I Lichter regularly at 8 a. a m. m at a j street street- corner and trudges over the j ten mile route with his friend Just I what canine anin timepiece Prince uses cannot be discovered red but he never misses his appointment In the middle of or the route Prince stops and lunches with the postman i As to menu the dog likes to top I I off his meat scraps with cheese and andi I i candy j jI I Prince knows all the cats and 1 dogs along the mail route but never i condescends condescends to quarrel with ith then them i He scouts along ahead of Lichter as asI asif 0 I if conscious of a duty to protect Un- Un UnI I cl dc Sams Sam's business ss I 1 If the postman happen...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Adopts Neale's School Program [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

ADOPTS NEALES NEALE'S SCHOOL PROGRAM Mo Directors Springfield I Decide to Use M. M U. U Deans Dean's Plans I A bulletin written by b Dean M. M G 0 Gj j Neale of the School of Education of i I the University ity which gives a survey j lof of the school building needs of Springfield Mo to and which presents I a plan which will provide for the I Springfield of the th future as well as asi i the Springfield of today was ap- ap approved approved approved proved by the board of directors in j that city The board adopted recommendations pertaining to build- build buildings buildings ings and sites providing pro that ad ad- I grounds needed and also new ne sites can be purchased at rea rca reasonable figures The T total cost coat of the th building pro pro- program program program gram as outlined by Dean Neale N ale is 1 to t U Ue distributed d in build buIld- building buIlding ing inK elementary lem for white pupils schools for negro pupils and junior and senior high schools The total cos...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Court Holds Tax Constitutional [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I ourt Court Hold Holds Tax T WASHINGTON ASHINGTON V Jan 3 UP j The 1021 1 law revenue cant r nue provision pro levy levy- levying ing tag the federal inheritance tax on i luc lilt insurance u policies s payable pay to specified beneficiaries is 15 not a di direct di- di dir r t tax and there fore fere constitutional the United States State I I Supreme Court has decided d cid

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

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 3 1929 PAGE PAO 0 u News In I n the Field of Sport I n nu n Salesman Sam SamON S 'S ON p pI FRUIT I I O 0 PM LL SOON fl O O d coe e. e IN you HOP At A iv 1 To AM FLY I TV PICK OP ES See wow OH ves s I nice UK BAbS 7 PEDDLERS I Po- Po Z 1 H L Lr r cr A i J I ZT U 4 I I j- j jh h r i 1 i J n t Y Tr 1 I i I- I L- L p i J I I oI UtA h L Freckles and His friends BOYS rG isis isis' mt TALKED OSCAR 0 1 1 MOST ec VJ IC INTO MAKING MA ING A o AD Sl 1 N S IN IM IN AF MY WIS s 0 06 6 I SO TOOK OR MULLETS TOP Tt P OF a a e aBARM BARM AND AMO LANDED N NA NA A MATL OF E E j BELO J A A iC I W CAU-W CAU- CAU W ASSENT S SENT JT P i Ar IN i D DEPT PT j j L I u

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Calls Special Election [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

or CM CALLS IS I. S ELECTION Go Baker Feb 5 to ts Choose hoote Suf Successor sor to ha has I I. I L. L Faust au t CITY lan 1 3 4 tJ P GO GOS bun Stin S tIn Baker today called a ag g election in the fourth con con- d dist riel for lor 1 Feb eb eb 5 to name nanu the to the late I Uve Chants L L. F faust The e c- c t. t uon on Is 13 for both th thc and lull term the Ule latter lat r beginning in I March It ii is 8 expected that both Demo Demo- Democratic Democratic mo- mo I cratic and Republican congressional co Committees will v.-HI meet at once to I name their candidates

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

L The Trio Columbia la ta member gember of The Association of N New New- ws- ws paper Classified Cla Advertising Man Man- Mers alen which Includes leading news- news newspapers wipers papers pa r. r throughout the uie country ant and nd JL Ita aim the th elimination of bJ for tor fraudulent and misleading clarified cla advertising adv The Columbia Ou other mem- mem member member nan rian a 8 well ell a every ber beT of ot the Association endeavor or to print w only truthful Want Ads Ada and will appreciate having it Ita attention called to any ny flY ad advertisement not ron eon conforming forming mIng to the highest standard of at honesty J. J C. C BAll BB B. B Investment Securities Tm Tue Tiger Hotel Mortgage 6 Bond Exchange hinse t Vat NatI 1 Bank Bid lit hone Phone 1862 1802 I REAL ESTATE V WEAThERS nf SPECIALS LS PHONE 22 WHY P PAY Y RENT uhn you ou youcan youcan can buy a i new W en 7 7 brick well 11 located on the South side id only 1000 5 room 5 room brick Wll ed room 5 bric...

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Three Golf Titles Change Hands in 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

THREE GOLF TITLES CHANGE HANDS IN 1928 Johnny Farrell Downs DO Bobby Jones for Championship HAGEN GIVES UP CROWN Glenna Collett Heads Ranks of Women Players An eight foot putt which Johnny Farrell sank on the home green greer at Olympia Fields thereby ther by u winning inning the play off for f r the open champion- champion championship ship from Jom om Bobby Jones Jone Provided pro J the high spot of golf in 1928 The year witnessed three major American golf titles change chang hands but no upsets in the accepted sense of the word Johnny Farrell the new open champion has for a long longtime longtime time ime been playing brilliantly His record ecord during 1927 was even more remarkable although the closest he came to winning the open was a check heck in recognition that he was the he best dressed golfer in the championship Leo Diegel of White Plains who ended Walter Hagen Hagens Hag ng s reign as P P. PG G G. A A. champ has been knocking at athe atthe atthe the he door of golfing gr...

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Yearlings to Workout Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Yearlings Yearling to Workout Tonight The freshman basketball squad win will hold lold its first workout tonight in lothell Rothwell gymnasium Coach Anton said this morning The workouts will be held on each week weeknight weeknight night with ith the exception ex of Satur Satur- Saturday Saturday day and Monday A workout will also be held on Saturday afternoons

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Best of All Dribblers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Best of All Dribblers I s t. t a aLouis Louis Weller r Oddo addo Indian stu stu- student student student dent at Haskell Institute is il rated rad ra d db bv by b Dr James Naismith the father of basketball ba an as a the greatest drib drib- I bier b r he ever fiver has seen leen and the doctor has seen n every star of re re- re reI 7 I flown Weller eller whose home is in InI a Anadarko Okla Okia is a fine baseball I player and played quarterback on onI the football team I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I 1 I Sport Briefs f I By United Press CHICAGO The CHICAGO The University of Chicago basketball team won uon a slow I game from Beloit College here last night 20 to 15 16 Chicago led at half halftime I time 12 to 7 7 ANN ARBOR Mich The The Uni Uni- University University University I of Michigan basketball team overwhelmed Cornell last night 45 to 13 The veteran team never was threatened after the first few min minutes min mm- I utes It was Michigan Michigan's s second vic vic- victory victory vic vic- victory tory over an eastern five in two t nights s Penn Pe n. n State tate S. S having been the previous pre victim I CHICAGO The CHICAGO The Taylor Trunks made up of girls who have played I basketball together eight years de- de dei defeated 1 i the Cleveland here I last night 16 to 8 8 retaining their 1 national title It was the Taylor Trunks consecutive victory MIAMI BEACH Fla Tex Tex Ric- Ric Rickard Rickard kard New York sports promoter was vas reported resting easily early to to...

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Women Athletic Directors Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I WOMEN ATHLETIC DIRECTORS MEET I To tTo Decide Best Forms of Competition at New NewYork NewYork NewYork York Convention NEW YORK Jan 3 UP Di Di Di Directors Directors rectors of women's athletics from all parts of the United States met here today toda for the opening sessions of the fifth annual convention of the u worn worn- women's om omen en ens en's s division of the National Ama Ama- Amateur Amateur Athletic Federation The general theme of the conven conven- convention convention tion hon officials of the federation say is Athletic competition for women women- more rather than less but bui of the right kind The meeting is expected d to go on record as being opposed to what the federation terms the of I girl athletes for the Olympic games An attempt also is expected to be bej made to frame a program of Intra Intra- Intramural intramural j mural sports for girls of or the school age to offset too much specialization tion Uon upon the more promising ath ath- athletes athletes ath...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Ames Seeks Third Victory [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

6 AMES SEEKS THIRD VICTORY I Iowa State Stat Undefeated Meets Meet Iowa loum I Sta State Teachers' Teachers Saturday With two victories on the right I side cide of the ledger the Iowa State Sate basketball squad is enthusiastic o er i prospects of a third U rd v victory hen they meet Iowa State Teachers Teachers' five fue fien I n Saturday night at Cedar Falls I The Ames aggregation has been I strengthened considerably with wi th the I recent eligibility of Zimmerman and andI I Wilcox who performed in creditable fashion in defeating Simpson Col Col- College College II lege loge last u week eek Cap Co p. p Lester Lande Lan i encouraged the theAmes th thAmes theAmes Ames follow followers e by scoring seven se goals goal from the field with ith four char char- charity ity tosses to be high point man of I the Simpson game

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To Meet Strong Quintet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I TO MEET ME STRONG QUINTET Tigers TIC Opponent Tonight Downed I Southerners Southerner n Easily That the University of Missouri l basketball team will be hard pressed to defeat the Butler University quintet tonight toni ht at OliS is i I indicated by the ease disi di dis' dis by bythe bythe bythe the Bulldogs last night in c- c cI ing the University of South Caro- Caro Caroline I lint line 43 to 20 The southern five at the be be- beginning beginning beginning I ginning of the period were within two points of the Bulldogs but Butler i oved an as aswell aswell well uell as a powerful team by finish finish- finishing finishing ing lug in whirlwind style to pile up the top heavy vy score

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Junior High in Big Game [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

1 I JUNIOR Jt HIGH IN IS BIG IG GAME i Cagen to Meet Jefferson J City Squad There Jan 11 It The basketball team of the Jef Jef- Jefferson Jef- Jef Jefferson I ferson Junior high school will ull play the Junior high school of cf Jefferson City CUy at Jefferson City Friday evening Jan 11 in their first big game aa me of the season I Members f of the team and faculty I will motor to Jefferson City that af f afternoon at- at t It is expected t that t t a large number of the student body will also accompany them

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Reparations Report Shows Germany Sound [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

REPARATIONS REPORT SHOWS GERMANY SOUND I I I General Economic Im Im- Improvement Improvement Im- Im Improvement provement Noted I in Nation NEW TAXES NECESSARY I Page Document Brings Gloom to Prussian Government BERLIN Jan 3 The UP The gem gem- f en- en n- n optimistic tone of 8 S Parker ts Gilberts report on the th fourth year of the Dawes plan is 18 expected to bring only gloom to the German I government go General Genera improvement ement of Germany Germanys i t economic condition including a stronger currency is evident from the report This is in direct con con- contradiction conI contradiction however to the impression s- s I sion the government go nt and press have ha ve been cn attempting to create the last few weeks w ks when it became Almost that a committee of experts would meet to determine d I Germanys Germany's I I ability to pay reparations 1 Previously the government for the purpose of or enhancing credit abroad had attempted nU to give the impression I sion slon of i...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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