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Boats on River by 1930, He Says [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I BOA BOATS TS- TS ON RIVER RIVERBY BY 1930 HE SAYS Money for Traffic Equip Equip- Equipment Equipment Equipment ment Already Appropriated Appropriated Appropriated by Congress ST. ST LOUIS Jan 4 i cUP UP U P Tow Tow- Tow Towboats boats boa and barges will be plying pling the th Missouri River between St St. Louis and Kansas City at the end of 1930 Gen T T. Q Ashburn chairman of the th Inland Waterways Corporation has ha S stated in a letter to J J. J C C. Nichols vice of the Missouri River Navigation Na Association Gen Ashburn said he had been beer instructed by the secretary of Wa Aar Aarto ar arto to order the designing and construe construction tion of barges and tow towboats boats suitable for operation on the Missouri River as soon as sufficient funds are avail aU able The money with which the th equip equip- equipment ment will be provided is included in ii the Denison Bill which carries a provision for additional capital for the Inland Waterways Waterway Corporation authoriz...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I At t the Hospitals I I 1 The following were ere admitted yes ves- Raymond Hemming Mrs Mildred Hoersch Mrs Edith Irion I. I Besse Florence Wil WI I hamson D Df Dea a Calvin William Thompson Thomp on Abe Abo Pollock Mrs Mar Margaret I garet aaret Rolston Jackson Jakson Flotken Ber Bertha r- r rt tha Wolfson Lillian Vener Mrs frs t Ruby Capps and Elmer McMullen j I Gertrude Dieckmann Mrs Minnie Minni j I and William Stanton were eie j I discharged yesterday y i Boone County II Sophia Gordon Mrs rs Julis Gordon Gordor Gordoni I. I i Mrs Ida Vanlandingham Smith Wilhite and Watt Keen were dis dl- discharged dl charged yesterday Mrs Norris Sampson and baby bab daughter r of were dis ha discharged charged yesterday

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

Phone lor tor efficient cf Want Vant V nl Ac Act I mail but effective r l e Missour unan ian n FOR RENT room 5 furnished I I apartment on Rosemary Lane heat hea t and and water furnished garage also ats 0 I three small rooms for light house house- housekeeping housel keeping Call at 1300 Wilson l lX 10 I 1 Tell TEH and sell with th Wa-t Wa Want Ads I I i t tt f ft t it i t 1 I 4 1 i Columbia Business and Professional Directory f I i No matter what kind of service you need theres there's a Columbia institution ready to render that service 2 it Consult this Business and Professional Directory often You'll find it useful J t 1 4 t. t tC t t M f 4 1 REAL ESTATE TYPING r UNDERTAKERS KER BEAUTY SHOP 1 SON SON PLUMBING I j TIGER PLUMBING CO j See BELCHER and GLENN TYPING SERVICE Ave AveI WILLETT WI VV I L L I FOB REAL ESTATE Hotel Botel Tiger Ticer Lobby I Papers thesis manuscripts form Specialties I I Exchange of Property Mrs Mn Tallman Prop I I letters teed Work stories ork for All gradu...

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6% of Wages Expended for Medical Care [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

i 6 OF WAGES EXPENDED FOR MEDICAL CARE Doctor Bills Go High High- Higher er as Salaries Increase U U. S. S S HAS DISPENSARIES Annual Expenditure by Average Family of Four WASHINGTON D D. C If C.-If If the old adage that an apple a day keeps the he doctor away is to be relied upon there should be a boom in the ap ap- apple apple ap- ap appIe pIe market m for typical Americans are spending approximately 6 per percent percent percent cent of their annual earnings for medical attention This has been brought out by a survey y just com com- completed completed by the Bureau of Labor Sta Sta- The Bureau used its own L large staff as the basis of the sur sur- survey vey regarding the results as rep- rep representative representative for clerical workers gen gen- generally generally because the Bureau staff In In- Includes In- In eludes s practically all classes of white t collar from messengers messenger m to t I expert economists and statisticians What Wha t further is brought out by bythe...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Officials Accept Terms of Bandits [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I OFFICIALS OFFICIALS OFFICIALS- ACCEPT TERMS OF BANDITS Rebels Get Land and Im Tm Immunity t From Mexican I can Government I MEXICO CITY Jan 4 UP President En lio Portes Fortes Gil ail has no notified no- no notified the military chief of opera opera- operations operations operations that the Mexican has accepted the terms of or surrender asked by the th famous anIous bandit Ben Ben- Benjamin jamin Mendoza Mendota Mendo a surrendered ered with 1200 of or his men Grants of land will ill be issued to those among the rebels who wish them and each rebel rebil will be given ten dollars when he turns his rifle ril over to t the authorities and fifteen dollars for his horse Mendoza had asked land grants and immunity for his men Agents A of President Porte Fortes Gil Oil OilI I are negotiating with rebel bands in lii Jalisco Jal and Guerrero It was under- under understood understood understood stood today that t- t tl government hopes to end fInd banditry within two months through negotiat...

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

1 4 THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY FRIDA Y JANUARY 4 4 1929 u. u News In the Field of Sport SpOTt 1 H s sie ie J JI I Salesman Sam Sa I E. t Of 11 1 t PIN AIL C- C AWL Nt T S 5 e. e f tS KO KD OlER O r Th es e.'s CRIM IN iLL ThRE 1 OU PITt NT eE o E T E etE cpus AUSE s LATe N HUH 14 Ef Eft Lr t I fr c L' L T q 2 Freckles kies and a nd His Friends By 11 l I 1 LIFE I I I Ii FELL DJ FRON POOP OU D A A OLD O r j S. Bo i J P rL A LLA Lo s 's r 8 BEg us i-us UP i 1 i r a Aua I JUMP t S t I 00 I a q Ii t I Jf i J I r- r tL II Y NT OW e flU I I. I L f

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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

IIII I Mainly About People I. I ilu Vivian Curnutt of Pawhuska I Ie home after ne e u. u to her today the Christmas holidays III t with ith her h r sister Mrs H. H M. M I Oarlock 1619 University I Mr Ir and n Mrs Mrs- Jack Farrell of Bev- Bev irly riy Hills visited at the home of or His Ruth Farrell here her the past pt week ST ST. Mr r. r and Mrs rs Farrell Farren are driving ing j to their home after aft r spending in Chicago holidays Jr W. W j. j Halverson of the Oregon Agricultural A I College Colle e is the theof theof theof of Prof W. W A. A Albrecht th h William am Street Str rt J. J A. A Logan Lopan Lo an B. B Mumford Dunlap ard and Sam M. M Jor- Jor Jora Jorn daD a n were in Jefferson on City yester- yester day attending the annual meeting of the State Board Boa rd of Agriculture t ure Dean F. F B. B Mumford was to at at- at I tend a meeting of the State Fair Board today in Sedalla Sed a 11 a Tonight at 8 o'clock E. E A. A Logan and C. C E. E Null will broadcast the I Decem...

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Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

II Real Estate Transfers I J. J A. A Douglas and wife ife to Albert Mahnken Lot 31 31 Stones Stone's Sub Lot 1 Guitars Guitar's Sub and Park Add Co Co- Co- Co lumbia 1 E. E Opal Vaughn to Myers Conley-Myers y-My y rs Bank acres N 2 1 NE 4 1 35 50 13 1000 Alex AIx Keith and wife to John R. R Pascoe and wife 80 acres acre 2 Wl NE 4 1 51 17 2139 2739 acres E part NW 4 1 51 17 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 I J Cent a Word a Day 6 Days For a Word Phone 55 The Columbia la Is j a member Bomber of The Association of News News- Newspaper paper per Clarified Advertising Ad Man Man- Managers I agers which Includes leading news news- newspapers F papers perl pera the country and Is IM for ita I aim attn the elimination of or fraudulent t and misleading classified cla I advertising The Columbia nan aa II a well wen aa cc every e other mem mem- member me m- m bet ber of or the Association endeavor to print only truthful Want Ada Ads and will wUI appreciate having ha lt Its Ita attention called to any advertisement not nt con- con to the highest standards of ty J. J G. G BABB BB Investment Inv Securities I Tiger Ticer Hotel lIob First Mortgage l e 6 ri Bonds 03 Exchange Bank Phone 1862 REAL ESTATE p WEATHERS REALTY SPECIALS LS PHONE 2 WHY PAY RENT when wh n you youcan youcan can tan buy a new room 7 brick well located on the South side only britt bride well bent bent- lo...

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Gene Tunney's Retirement is 1928 Feature [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

GENE TUNNEY'S TUNNElS RETIREMENT IS 1928 FEATURE Only One Title Change Takes Place in Boxing YEAR ON WHOLE IS DULL Rickard Loses in Promoting Champion Champion- Championship ship Fight The retirement of Gene Tunney as champion of the heavyweight kingdom k was a feature of one of the he t most uninteresting years in the history of boxing Aside from Tunney's retirement only one title ti tIe changed chang d hands and andew few f ew of or the divisional champions placed their crowns in great Jeo Jeo- Jeopardy Jeopardy jeopardy pardy during the year Tony Canzoneri champion of the the featherweights f for seven months struck a nemesis in Andre Routis of France and lost his crown In addition two other titles are aren in n dispute the bantam and fly fly- flyweight flyweight flyweight weight crowns The New N ew York State Athletic Commission recognizes recognizes recognizes Bushy Graham as flyweight champion champton and Izzy Schwartz as the head of the flyweights I IThe The National boxing ...

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A Winner Gets Rewarded [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I f A Winner Gets Ge ts Rewarded I jP I A 9 I I I f I Heres Here's a scone scene nt every professional golfer likes Ultes Uk to take lake part in in a scene I showing Horton Smith young youn Joplin Mo golfer being awarded the first first money for winning inning the Catalina Island laland 1 land open tournament D. D M. M kenton J Is shown giving the cash to Horton II or ton and below is Ia L shown Ibon an inset of the I winner who led Walter Hagen Ila n among others to ret get the top prize

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"Cage' Popular in France [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

CAGE POPULAR IN FRANCE Basketball Now Beginning to Com Corn Compete Compete pete With Football PARIS UP Basketball practically cabby cally unknown in Europe a few years ago is beginning to compete with 1 th football as a popular p pular French sport Football has lias by no means lost any of its support The trend toward basketball is fathered for purely eco ceo economic economic I reasons The space required for a basketball court is about one one- tenth of that for football Further Further- Furthermore Furthermore more basketball can be played in indoors in- in indoors indoors doors and is most frequently Fi Finally Fl- Fl nally basketball requires fewer play play- players players ers era and to small groups this is an advantage Enthusiasts of the game predict that the difficulty of finding a place to play football in Paris will mean in a few years more Parisians hs play play- playing playing playing ing basketball than football

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Delay's Intramural Entries [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

DELAYS INTRAMURAL ENTRIES Stank cm ski Announces Time Limit Extension Until Tuesday Time limit set for independent and fraternity entries in the intramural handball and basketball tournaments at the University because of the in influenza in- in influenza influenza epidemic and the early clos cbs closing cloSing ing of has been extended to next Tuesday Anton in intramural in- in intramural Intramural director announced this morning Teams of twenty-seven twenty fraternities and one independent teams have al already al- al already already ready entered the basketball tourney Twenty-seven Twenty fraternity and thirty independent teams are booked for handball competition

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Women's Basketball Meet to Begin [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Women's ns Basketball Meet M et to Begin The intramural basketball tournament tournament tournament ment for women will start Monday A meeting of the managers of the j entering teams will be held Friday afternoon at t t 4 o'clock in the the Women's i j 1

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Kansas Loses to California 33-21 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I KANSAS ANSAS LOSES TO CALIFORNIA 33 21 33 21 i Cox and McGuire Feature Offensive of Jayhawk Court Team I OAKLAND Calif Call f. f Jan 4 UP The University of Kansas basketball team failed to cope with the speed and deft basket tossing of the Uni Uni- University verity of California quintet and i iwas was WL defeated 33 to 21 here last night I Kansas showed brief flashes of speed at the start of the game and at the opening of the second half but could not overcome the handicap hand ap i I of a 22 to lead lend held by the Coast C ast I five at the half Cox and McGuire guards featured the Jayhawk offensive the former scoring six points and his teammate four Capt Verne Corbin California center led the Golden Bear attack but was forced out on personal fouls after he had made eight points Leonard Stevens ens Bear Bt-ar forward was point high-point man of the lame game nine fth nine points

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Dietz Named Haskell Coach [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I II DIETZ NAMED HASKELL COACH COACHI I Former American All From Carlisle Succeeds John Thomas I LAWRENCE Kan Jan 4 UP U U.- U. William H. H Lone Star Dietz head coach of the Los Angeles Town Club team is the new head coach of I football at Haskell Institute Indian I school I I Dietz Dicta succeeds John Thomas who I resigned The new coach will ar arrive ar- ar arrie rive nyc Feb 1 to prepare for spring i football practice In 1911 Dietz Dieta playing on the old Carlisle team was named on several l I American All teams as a tackle He was vas head coach at Washington State Stati I College from 1915 to 1917 and his team won the Pacific Coast cham- cham championship championship two of or those years ears 1

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Butler Trims Missouri Five by 38-25 Score [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

BUTLER CUTLER TRIMS I MISSOURI FIVE BY 25 38 SCORE I Welsh Stars for Ben Ben- gals With Twelve Points M. M U. U FOULS ARE COSTLY Coach George Edwards Uses Eleven Players Against Hoosiers Playing their second game of the thes season sea s a on last t night the University of Missouri were defeated by Butler University 38 to 25 in a game featured by the flashy floor- floor work of the Indiana five and the frequent fr fouling of Missouri uri Welsh V Missouri forward and Butler center were ere high hiah scorers of ot the evening e with six alx field goals each cacho with Cap White of Butler a close second with 11 points At the th half Butler led by only one point 16 to 15 but when play was wu resumed in the th last half they rapidly I I out distanced the Tigers Butler got the Jump on un the Tigers when h n Chandler scored cored in the first minute of play and then after fter being beina fouled scored d u i tree iree throw Other members of ot the Indiana five hit the j I hoop until they h...

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All-America Star and Finance [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 TI r America All Star r and Fiancee f j t tee ee A fA i. 0 i r Christian Kee Keener r Cale Cagle America All star Lar of or the Arm Army football ss and captain of next years year's team is 15 to wed the sweetheart of his 3 days in Louisiana Miss Marion Marlon Haile Halle of New N tW Roads La I. The couple copie w pictured pie the other day in New Orleans where Calle Cagle spent the be hol I

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First Game for Kewpies Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

FIRST GAME FOR TONIGHT U. U H. H S. S Is Initial Foe Foe- Regular Season Opens Next Week The Hickman Rickman High School Kew- Kew pies piet will open their 1929 1129 basketball season tonight entertaining the Uni Urn University High School on the tho high school gymnasium IY court The game gain will be called at 30 The game rame will be b a practice con con- contest contest test teet for the who will open their conference season sealOn Jan 11 11 at Boonville The squad 1 l has baa been work work- working ing out under Coach R. R A. A Brunk Brunt since the opening of the holidays at Rothwell Gymnasium The U. U H. H 8 under Coach E. E 1 B. B Frye Wye have h ve not worked out since the close of the school ut ut the mem roem- members ben bees of the team have been doing light training in preparation for the game tonight The U. U H. H 8 squad ad does not have a schedule and will play pla only a few games since the school does not have a gymnasium

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N. Y. U. Five Wins Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

N. N Y V. V Y lye Five Wins Win Tournament NEW HAVEN Conn Coma Jan 4 UP New New York University's basketball team won the third annual Yale round-robin round tournament here last night defeating Georgetown 32 to 24 in the final game rame Yale defeat defeat- defeated ed by Georgetown in the first round won a consolation victory over Holy HolyCross Cross 34 M to 20

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