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Confers on Four-Year Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I CONFERS ON YEAR FOUR-YEAR PLAN PLANS Stephens S President nt to Retarn from California Jan 12 11 President James M. M Wood of I I Stephens CoUP Collar has baa spent the Ute 1 Christmas holidays holiday in Los Angeles ISan San Francisco FranciACO and Sacramento in inI I conference with various college of- of officials officials and the California state com corn commissioner cornI comI I missioner of education all of whom are Interested in the year four-year junior college collece plan which has been developed d by President Wood He will return to Columbia Jan 12

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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E. E. Payne's Will Filed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

E E. E. E Paynes Payne's Will m Filed lee The will oi E E. J Payne Pa nc whO died two weeks weeks weeks-ilO ago today was was filed lor br probate in the te Curt Court According to the will Mr Paynes Payne's widow Lillian A. A Payne is JS the IX cx- I of the estate and is 15 the sole heir to all Mr Paynes Payne's property pro ty Ore Cre dollar is left to each 1 of or Mr I Paynes Payne's two sons Robert Payne and andI I Ancel Payne The will was dated dat d Dec 13 13 1928 1926 and was sigred by W. W M. M Dinwiddie Dinwiddle and George W w. Lan

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Question Mark Shatters Its Third Record [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

i QUESTION MARK I SHATTERS SHA TIERS ITS THIRD RECORD Betters World Mark for Airplane Sustained Sus Sus- Sustained tamed Flight UP MORE THAN 77 HOURS t Is Aiming at Record of Hrs Set by French Dirigible By United Prest Just before 1230 12 30 o'clock this afternoon Pacific Coast ut C Time the Question Mark pasted passed its ita seventy-seventh seventy hour hOW in the air The ship made its ita seventeenth fueling contact at o'clock this morning and after taking gallons of gasoline paolIne from the supply ship hip at Imperial Val Val- Valley ley Icy headed north for tar the Van VanN Nuys N airport Facts About boat the Question Mark Stock model winged long d. d Fok- Fok Fokker ker cabin plane army type P 7 Wing Wine spread spread ll 71 feet 6 S inches Fuselage Fuselage 48 48 feet 3 Inches Motors Three Motors Three Wright Whirl WhIrl- Whirlwind WhIrlwind wind J 5 J 5 motors of hone bane power each making approximately approximately 1500 1 revolutions revolution per min miss ute Fuel Fuel...

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Filer's Fate is Unknown [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

FLIERS FLIER'S FATE PATE 18 U UNKNOWN Plane With WHIt Sera n sra Is si North Nonh Cou c. iesi PEACE RIVER Alberta Jan 4 UP Another Another drama of the North was wu veiled In tn mystery today after fter Capt W. W O. O May Edmonton flier had taken off from here carrying s a mercy cargo carro of diphtheria serum rum for Port Vermillion reported strick atrick- stricken en by an epidemic of the disease cne Capt May Ma should have reached Port Fort Vermillion Vermilion 20 miles northeast of here last Jut night with the units of serum but lack of ot facilities made it impossible to communicate with Fort Port Vermillion It may be several days cia before word comes that Capt May has hu succeeded J Jor or failed on his hIa airplane mercy mis sion ion It Capt May was wu forced down in to inthe the barren country he would have ba VI VIto to walk to one ODe of the nearest trad trad- trading log ing posts which are scattered and far apart The airplane journey from Edmon Edmon- Edmonton ton to Fo...

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K. U. Presents 1856 Claim [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

K U. U PRESENTS CLAIM Professor to Seek fleek fIO from I U. U 8 S. for lor Hotel BoHI Damage Danag LAWRENCE Kan Jan 4 Prof Olin QUn Templin a member of the I faculty of the University of Kansas will UI leave for Washington tomorrow to present pre ent a claim of approximately t against the United States government The university is Ii pressing the claim as the outgrowth of an 0 as assignment U- U Ui i of a claim for for damages in the destruction by federal officers officer of the Free State Hotel in Lawrence May 21 21 e. e l which with withIn interest In r now totals The Free State Hotel was built by the Emigrant Aid Society which was in Massachusetts to I. I aid prospective settlers in the ter ter- territory territory of Kansas KanaI p r P

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King Retains His Gained Strength [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

KING RETAINS HIS GAINED STRENGTH Local Condition Improves While Generally He Remains Same LONDON Jan 4 UP J KiDI IUn George held tenaciously today the strength be he bAa has gained during sty sev several eral seal days daya of slow but steady im Ins- provement An official bulletin issued at Buck Jauck- ingham maham Palace at 11 II a. a m. m today said aid The king had a quieter night The local Joeal condition shows slight im Ins- improvement improvement provement while the general condi condl- tion Uon remains stationary Signed Biped asia STANLEY STAHLEY HE WATT SIR HUGH RIGBY DAWSON DA OF or PENN

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Plans to Buy New [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

PLANS TO BUY NEW Altton Flying Is fa Old OW skip Ship With a l Waco-iC The AUton Allton Plying Service of Columbia plans plana to purchase a new Waco lO biplane as soon as ground around facilities are arranged according to R. R F. F Montgomery pilot Only one OM plane can be housed in the present hangar Cotton Woods Wooda and 0 O. K X Martin Marti pupils of the AUton Allton Plying School have purchased the plane plaDe formerly operated by the Allton Plying Flying Service Mr Montgomery skid said Woods and aDd Martin have haft both completed competed the ten ton hour course coune offered by bT the flying Hying school and have purchased the plane plant to continue with advanced training Woods WoodI has baa already made a solo flight and aDd Martin is 18 ready for tar his hi ac as- according cording to Mr Montgomery Mr Montgomery said that Sha Shahe he be is Sa isnow Isnow now completing plans plana for far or the ground school that is to be operated pentAd in connection with the Allton ...

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To Hampton Roads by next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

C TO HAMPTON ROADS BY NEXT SUNDAY Hoover Goes to Washing Washing- Washington ton for Series of Political Political cal Conferences Conference ABOARD THE Ti U. U 8 88 B. B UTAH EN ROUTE TO HAMPTON ROADS ROA ROA Jan 4 UP tJ-p. The The The Utah was wu easily up the east Cast coast W the ed eel States today with wish prospects 01 oi oj l reaching J Roads r S a. a m l J. J I t I party j Ij p C Mr I l have been een taking ta ar the dM warm sun aun for their heir last 1 Sew few of rest The president elect will win go 10 to Washington from Hampton Roads to begin a series of political confer confer-

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Poultry Judging Team First [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

POULTRY JUDGING TEAM nAIl I ML K U. U Gr Gre Awarded A. A Trophy at a aC Chicago C. Contest Coated The University of Missouri poul poul- poultry poultry poultry try judging team placed first in ex exhibition z poultry judging at t the u. Mid Mid- Midwest a Midwest d- d dl l west t Intercollegiate Poultry Judging Contest held in the Chicago Chicalo Coil Coli Coliseum stuns seum during the holidays and Del was waa awarded a silver cup J. J 3 O. O Wilson won 10 in cash cub for forI I sixth place in production judging Members of the Missouri team were ware W. W C. C Bute A A. L L. Farmer Fanner l J. J O O. Wilson and C. C E E. Rhode The Thet t team was coached by Prof E. E W. W Henderson of the poultry depart depart- I mint ment I The contest consisted of three t see sec sections exhibition judging production judging and an examination on the standard of perfection In the ex ez- exhibition ex- ex and aDd production judging flee fin classes c. of four birds each were placed by the contes...

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Two Hurt When Car Skids [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I TWO HURT WHEN CAR CA RIDI Dr S a. II 8 Fester sad ad adI I Dr S. S 8 Poster and aDd daughter Katherine Catherine of tile the National Home at Leavenworth Eats Kan wen were badly cut and bruised when the tile car cai in which they u. were ware driving skidded into a ditch about t four miles east oi ot l Columbia on GO Highway 40 to this mom morn morning ing at 1010 Katherine Poster received a severe scalp wound The Posters Patten were on Oft their way war U tel Leavenworth by bJ way wa of Kansas City when the accident ocean occurred ed They I were attempting to climb a hill bill when Ith the car ear skidded turned tumid entire around and went into a ditch A passing motorist brought the tM 11 two tc tg the Boone County Hospital here bars The damage dama on the be car ear is II esti seti- seti estimated mated maWeS at about MOO

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Houston with K. C. Advertising Firm [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I With WhIt K C C. Thu Prank Frank B. B Houston who graduated from the School of Journalism J ii Ix 1933 1923 is Ia now DOW a member of the be stall of the R R. J. J Potts PotU Company in ba Zeus Kan Kansas ass sas City a firm handling m newspaper arid and outdoor advertising Houston Houlton was wai formerly with th Francis I. I Bennett inc and bd with Jutes Jules P P. Strom and Sous Som Inc IDe Miss lis Mar Man Virginia also o a of the University is II also a of the Potts Potta staff daft

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E. R. Gorden Hasa Influenza [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

E. E a. a 0 Has Jail Earl Kart R. R Gordon Corder general secretary rr of the University Y M. M C. C A A. Ais A. A is 1 confined at borne bome by an AD attack atUd of

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One Killed, One Caught after Mexico Holdup [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

ONE E KILLED ONE lour CAUGHT AFTER MEXICO HOLDUP Third Bandit Escapes Following Robbery of Bank BONDS MISSING Gunmen's Gunmen Car Wrecked at atOne a aOne One Is Shot During rae by Posse W W. C C. Blattner assistant cub cash cashier cuber lee ier of 01 the Pint J National Bank which was wu robbed roI in ill Mexico MaIeO i yeat tereSa was wu a graduate of ot the be class clua of 1918 1111 at the VaiN was employed em at Victor V I Barth Clothing Company during duMa the two years ears be he was here bin s M as Ma asa a student rue bandits ita yester yesterday day daJ ds looked locked Blattner four tow other bank hank employs and aDd several cue cot touts in the banks bank's vault but they managed maDa to in escape In hi a few tow minutes by bJ a screw I driver and aDd monkey wrench which wt had been beeD kept there then for tor such a pur pur- pose poet MEXICO Ho Ko Jan 4 UT J Mex z Mexico's ico's toos first nm bank robbery in Ii seventy pears had bad ended in pitt today wife souse some...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

f L star ss for i. i the CW ee tS' tS edy and aDd Arthur ur Beeman a farm hand baad Whom hem they pi situ was in progress today who be was kIds with his hia car wu to be safe te al although J. J though police poUce ho bw bad had heard nothing from him W. W M. M Hampton of the bank and Carl Car Os Cochrane er r she also were by br M lii ban ban- bandits dita but were en released shortly after Beeman was wu taken Hampton and aDd Cochrane wen were told Beeman would be M freed fn

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Student Tells of Trip [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

STUDENT TILLS TELLS OP OF TX od Elite DIll tow Cornelia CorDelia Ellis BUis a sophomore at the tM David H. H Hickman High School and I licenser former I student at the Jefferson Ju- Ju Junior Ju Junior nice High School entertained the be student body bod of the Junior High School this morning with ft stalk talk about her experiences abroad a last J year Miss Mill Ellis Bills a daughter of Prof end and Mrs M. M M M. Ellis BUis WillIs Avenue t discussed I u and aDd the the Relate Relate- burp the tile topography of the land the be people their customs C and aDd habits and compared the be city ctt to American cities Breslau is ii a typical German town towa Was Miss Ellis said laid but ha has baa at some sometime time tune or 01 another been bun ruled over by France Poland Austria end and Oat Oer many The rho town is I. located k In the U. southeast corner comer cOmer of Germany sad end has baa made Sade up op of the tile peo people pie of most molt el Ot the UIe neighboring countries 4...

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First in Play Contest [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

5 nan FOIST PLAY W. W Teacher r. Drama L Award A. Mo Jan 4 Was rot Ota Ot Chrt ber of ot otI I has bad won tIM first in inthe the set one pur 0 im sa 1 T a according to an all MH m re re- I hers here today toda by bJ J 1 Craig Instructor in in AD dramatics at M the u. I Central Missouri Mt College CODI The contest was try by the he drama league MIll Christopher wee was graduated l led frost from the tM here li last spring end and Is teaching t dramatics the be high school r

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Local Firm Entertains [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

LOOn LOCAL IJ ys 1 5 c. c C- C s Ohen D end endA A If turkey t. dinner for the theand and abd famines of X I C. C I Son was given last Jut in me tile l I company's show abow The dinner L I was followed foU by a dance in JD the be room show with mute by a tt- tt place orchestra attended the annual tar tar- tarkey key dinner which was postponed I this year because tilt of sma the employee at Christmas

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J. O. Veatch Visits [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 J. J O. O v. v I J. J O. O B. B now BOW pro pee Ifor of seth soAM at Michigan P ste legs Iese spent yesterday in ID Cada Mr Veatch by his kIs wife and daughter was warn returning to toI I this hie home bome in Lansing bush sitar after Ia a visit with his bill brother wile who lives la Webb City Otty y I t

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 TWO TW THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 4 4 1929

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Borah Defends Peace Pact in Senate Duel [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

BORAH DEFENDS PEACE PACT IN SENATE DUEL Says Treaty Will Not Involve U. U S. S in League REED ANSWER Leaders Fear Senator Is Isto Isto to Delay Vote Vole WASHINGTON Jar Jan 4 f U UP P Republican a aid id Demo Demo- Democrats cratz plied piled Chairman Borah of the foreign relations committee with a barrage of questions today when he reopened the Senates Senate's debate over o the War Anti Treaty WASHINGTON Jan 4 UP Peace And war were the twin vin sub sub- lecta of discussion in Congress today when the Senate resumed the Borah- Borah Reed fencing duel over the anti war j treaty and the House took up the army appropriation bill The na navy bill bIB rested on the Senate shelf to await disposition of the peace pact The congressional sc scene was w In hi di direct th- th contrast to that of ot the Senate ten years ago when Senator Borah of Idaho and Senator Reed of Mis Missouri were planning the sensational defeat of the Versailles Treaty which embodied the League of Nations To To- Today...

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