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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Sport Briefs I HUTCHINSON Kan The The nation nation- national al champion Cook Paint Company basketball team of Kansas City rout rout- routed routed routed ed the Carey Salt quintet 36 38 to 31 here Wednesday night The score was 24 to 9 at intermission but the locals rallied in the second half

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Dr. J. H. Rogers III [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Dr J. J H. H Began III m Dr J. J H. H Rogers of the economics department of the University is 11 ill with influenza He will not arrive in Columbia until the first tint of the week according to a telegram re received re- re received received here yesterday yeater y

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Farmers' Fair Officers to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Farmers Farmers' Fair Officers to to Meet Officers and councilmen for the Farmers Farmers' Fair Pair will hold a meeting at 11 o'clock Sunday morning in the i College Farmer Parmer office Room Boom I West Agricultural Building I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Influenza Germs Are Stolen from Car of Physician in London [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Influenza Germs Are Stolen From Car of 01 Physician in London LONDON Jan 4 A UP A Dam Dam- Dumber ber of glass tubes containing millions millions' of influenza germs terms were stolen byi by I Ian an unknown person from a doctors doctor's automobile today I Authorities feared the might be broken unwittingly causing an influenza epidemic The theft occurred while the doc doc- doctors doctor's c tors tor's automobile was wu parked parted on 00 Brook Street in the fashionable West We End district Dr Brady said II It the tha thief the tubes in a thickly populated dis cUI- district the damage would be serious Hundreds Ja of persons pellOM would run IUD tl De risk of ot catching influenza The theft also may endanger th Gut lives of or patients or at laatt seriously retard their recovery In 1928 there were eighteen lar Is thefts of various drugs and aDd se as' serums rums in London authorities said laid

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27 Lost as Ship Wrecks on Rocks [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

27 LOST AS SHIP SHIPWRECKS SHIPWRECKS WRECKS ON ROCKS Only Six Survive Smash Which Occurred Off Minorca Island Iland MADRID Jan 4 UP rM Thi steamship Malakoff tank sank off Amnon Minorca Island today toda In a atom at and twenty seven of bar hIr craw wen weft oit Jast while six were wet saved The Malakoff was wu driven on Oft the tha rocks off Anthon Ambon last night when th the tha lighthouse became obscure in rain rath and fog for The Th crew asleep in their thur bunks bunka had little chance to escape cape as the vessel sank within seven VIA mm min minute ute s. s It It- was apparent f nt only the thu watch watab managed m to clear the distressed yea vet v sri set The Malakoff was waa built at Dt New N. cattle castle England En I land and was wu of tens ten burden

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Visits National Guard Office Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Visits National G Oward Gurd ar Capt Cap Daniel P. P Jones Jonas accompanied tecI by his hia wife and daughter Doris Darts stopped in Columbia yesterday at atthe t i ithe the headquarters of the JUgi- JUgi t ment of the Missouri National Guard O j It Capt Jones Jon s and his hla family were om o othe the way from St. St Louis is to Be where Capt Jones is 11 stationed They spent the e Christmas holidays in La St. St E Louis lAnds i ty

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

PA A THE po THE COLUMBIA COLUMBI MISSOURIAN FRIDAY PRIDAY JANUARY 4 1529 1929

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Assembly to Get down to Earnest Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

ASSEMBLY Y TO GET DOWN TO EARNEST WORK Committee Naming and Introduction of Bills Next Week PREFERENCES EXPRESSED Clerks Allowed to Mem Mem- Members Members Members I bers of Both Parties for First Time JEFFERSON CITY Jan 4 UP U P The Fifty fifth General Assembly I will get down to work in earnest next week with the appointment of 0 com corn committees committees In the House and Senate to tobe tobe tobe be followed by the introduction of bills bUls The scramble for places s on the House Rouse committees has already start tart started started ed and will UI continue until the ap ap- appointments appointments ap- ap are announced by Speak Speak- Speaker er Jones H. H Parker who yesterday asked Ked the representatives es to express a preference for committee assign ments The Appropriations and Roads and Highways committees are the most popular among the representatives I There was an unusually large num num- number number number ber of preferences for the Fish and Game Osme Committee ...

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

4 4 4 4 4 4 1 v J Ji I i Something I t New New i iFor For the first time I its it's ever offered to i Columbians Columbians- i I Roasted j i i Ii Almond i j 4 j t Ice Cream i f tf 4 It will be our spec spec- special i ial for Sunday J J 1 CENTRAL i DAIRY j I Phones J ir 1300 i r 4 Taking orders now jj I Ifor for Sunday delivery I BUSY BUS BEE I EE BARBER J I SHOP Open 7 a. a m m. to 7 p. p m. m Saturdays s 's 9 p. p m. m SHAVE E 20 Hair Cut 2 Saturdays Saturdays 3 c ci i N. N St. St 4 2 I GRIP FLU GRIP LU F Check before fore it starts start Rub on inhale on-inhale inhale vapors I VICKS l I J J t o.- o. Columbia Theater THREE TIMES TI DAILY DAIL 9 9 7 Remember Entire Change han e of Program Today On n Stage and Screen v YOUR OR HONEY BUNCH Br CH OFFERS BE CAREFUL ANN ANNABELLE ABELLE Gee she's 01 a m great pat Tuneful airl-Tuneful Tuneful Topical Tunes Tun 5 v t with Ith Rev Kinslow low and 30 others oth n Volume of busness bus n 5 makes mak these th e prices possible possible- t o M...

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

II Today's Market Reports 11 By United Unit Pr- Pr Pr I I I Chicago bJ alo Livestock k Hogs market active aCU 10 higher than yesterdays yesterday's average a shipper hipper demand broad top paid for numerous loads load of lb Ib weights butchers medium to choice lbs Ibs 8 50 8 85 2 X- X lbs Ibs Ibs lbs 8 50 Ib I lbs 8 90 pack pack- packing 1 lug ing sows sow 7 pigs medium to choice hoice 90 Ibs lbs 7 50 8 60 I Cattle calves cals cal s 1000 steers s steers steers' ers ers' scarce and stead steady choice kinds and weights and all grades weighty steers absent best steers ers 1335 cows ws pre pre- predominating predominating ore ore- dominating trade dull and steady i int at nt recent decline slaughter class I good and choice 1500 1300 lbs Ibb 1325 1 1625 1300 1100 lbs Ibs 13 1325 25 16 1625 25 I 1100 Ibs lbs 1350 17 common and medium lbs Ibs up 9 1350 0 lid fed ft d I yearlings good and choice I lbs Ibs 1325 1625 heifers betters good and I choice choice lb Ib down doun 1175 14 14 I II j...

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Fred Wilson Dies in Los Angeles [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Fred Wilson Dies DI in ID Los Angeles I I Fred Wilson formerly of Columbia Boonville and Lexington died I Wednesday in Los Angeles accord accord- according according ing lag to word received ed here yester yester- yesterday day He is survived by his hilS widow I He had been in ill HI health a number of or months prior to his death

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

r. r l. l THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MISSOURI IA AN N I Fv YEAR AR Jil EIGHT S PAGES COLUMBIA M MISSOURI SATURDAY SATURDAY JANUARY JANUARY 5 i 1929 LAST sT EDITION EDITION- EDITION NUMBER

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

ce The Way of Our World Ii IiI I Scientists count ten billion stars in inthe I I the tbs milky way W fe In Baltimore there th re is no period of I pice ke for buying 1029 1929 license plates It Chicago restaurant owner says 4 blondes eat less than brunettes A University of Chicago C calo in the theW W mt year received gifts ft totaling Corn beef hash was served at a dance in New York New years year's Eve there were more deaths and few few- fewer fewer er births in New York City during 1998 1928 than 1927 An year old Civil War veteran wu was the Ute last person to get a divorce In Reno in 1928 The talking marathon In New NewYork NewYork NewYork York City was a financial failure its Au promoter says A Pennsylvania man took poison en a dare at a New Years Year's party and diM three hours later In quest of wild men with lith tails tans I Marquis of Japan ar arrived ar- ar rived dYed In hi Manila yesterday A Chinese boy won on three prizes in n the radio construction exhibit held fetid i...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Jc w AND AND SOME HUMOR Sylvia Good by mother II Mother Wait a minute dear I Please sign the Visitors' Visitors Book before I you go 10

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

1 COMMENTS ON OS LIFE LIFE- By and by we shall come to a time when the human race will have no isolated ignorant groups groups Mrs Car Car- Carrie CarI Carile i rie ile Chapman Catt I The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do dowell well wen and doing well whatever you L I do without a thought of fame L J Longfellow

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And some Verse Men [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I F AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE Men M n nIn In me past pat present future meet To hold long chiding conference i My lusts huts iu usurp the present tense And strangle Reason 1 in his seat I i i My loves leap through the futures future's r fence I To dance with enfranchised dream feet ft t. t In me mf the man cave ca man ve-man clasps claps cla ps the seer I And garlanded garlande-d Apollo goes Chanting to Abrahams Abraham's deaf ear In i m me the th tiger sniffs sniff the rose rosr ro Look in m my hearts kind friends and S tremble Since there your our elements el assemble Siegfried Sassoon I

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K. E. Hudson is Named to Professorship [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

i K E. E E HUDSON N NIS IS NAMED TO PROFESSORSHIP Appointment Made by Executive Body of Curators Today NAYLOR GRANTED LEAVE May 3 and 4 Set for Interscholastic Meet Here Kenneth Eugene Hudson was ap ap- appointed apI ap- ap appointed I pointed professor profesor of art the appoint appoint- appointment appointment I I ment to take effect Sept 1 1 1929 by bythe bythe the Executive Board of the Board of or Curators Meeting in St. St Louis this morning Leave oi ot absence was granted to Paul B. B Naylor extension assistant professor and state extension agent for six months effective Dec 1 1928 The date for the annual Inter- Inter Interscholastic Interscholastic interscholastic scholastic Meet was fixed for May 3 and May 4 1929 The following nR were appointed to the teaching staff of the University i Robert L. L Davidson assistant di director di- di director director rector of the Extension Division with rank of extension assistant professor sor Dorothy H. H Postle instructor in psycholo...

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Goose Hits Auto; Will be Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Goose Gome Hits Auto Will B Be Dinner r PLATTSBURG Mo Jan 5 A UP A careless wild goose that flew into the windshield of the automobile of ot C. C R. R Young will provide pro the Sunday dinner r rI for Young and his friends friend The ThE- I windshield ld was knocked out by bv bythe bythe the he goose which fell against it it from the air late yesterday

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I 0 I I 1 The Weather J 1 For Columbia and vicinity Snow followed by generally fair tonight and Sunday much colder lder cold wave temperature 8 above tonight zero Sunday For Missouri Mostly fair west w st cloudy east portion probably snow extreme east Sunday fair much colder tonight and east portion Sun Sun- Sunday Sunday Sunday day cold wave tonight temperatures zero to 5 below west and north 5 to 10 above southeast portion Shippers forecast Within a radius of miles mUes of Columbia the lowest temperatures are expected to be zero to 5 below west and north 5 to 10 above south and east Weather conditions The morning weather map shows a variety of weather Almost any kind of weather er one would care to experience Clear kles with zero and subzero dominates the upper Plains and Rocky Mountains The middle and lower Plains the Missouri Ohio and Mississippi Valleys have abundance of snow sleet and rain And thun thun- thunderstorms with heavy rain sweeps the he Gulf QuI region from Brownsvi...

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