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To Head Alpha PI Zeta [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

TO HEAD ALPHA PI Fl ZETA ZETt Dean DeaD Middlebush Elected National President of sf Dean F F. A A. of the School of Business and Public Ad Ad- Administration Administration ministration of the University was 5 elected national president of r Al Alpha Al- Al AlI pha pita Pi Zeta ta honorary social science fraternity at the meeting of the society held heM in Chicago Chicalo during the Christmas holidays DR Scott professor of economics of the University was 05 elected na na- national national treasurer secretary of the or organisation or- or Dr E E. T T. Towne of the University of North Dakota was elected elect ice president Professors Llo Lloyd d M M. Short DR Scott Scotto and E E. L L. Morgan of or the Uni University were ere delegates de to the meet meet- meetings meetings ings representing r the Missouri chap chap- chapter chapter ter r of Alpha Pi Zeta F P. F F. Steph Steph- Stephens ens of the University also alao attended the meetings Unas as a member of the executive ve council...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Prof. Olmstead to Chicago U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Prof Olmstead to Chicago I I. Prof Prot A A. T T. Olmstead of the Uni Uni- University University of Illinois and formerly a member r of the history department at the th University UnI of Missouri will become professor of ancient Oriental history at the University of Chica Chica- Chicago go The new position post Uon is in connection connection tion hon with the Oriental Institute and provide for tor a year of f- f research work in th the Orient out o oX 01 every ery years yean I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Y. W. C. A. Groups to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Y T. W W. C C. A A. Gf 0 pa to Mt Mist t The Y W W. C C. A A. Cabinet will wili hold its ita regular r meting mating m Monday after arter noon at 5 S o o'clock clock In Lowry Hall HaU will meet Thursday afternoon at 5 I o clock IB In Inthe the auditorium of Lowry Hall t

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Returns to Work on Paper [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

TO WORK ON AI PAPER APE J j I W. W B. B B RL J. J M. M 2 Has R j covered cowered from IUn W B B. student in the I School of Journalism of the Uni Vol- University Uni- Uni I in 1925 and now editor of the Mount Washington Mo News Newa I has baa returned turned from Virginia where j he went several weeks ago because of illness Mr will handle the business of the newspaper and anda 1 a brother from Los Loa Angeles D D. R. R will win take charge charae of the editorial and news new features feature Mr was waa a member of I Alpha Delta Sigma advertising fraternity fra tra- 1 while in the University and j from August to December 1035 1925 he was editor and publisher of the 1 Stanberry Mo Herald Mrs Mid yette Pette who ho is 11 advertising director of the News Ne is i. also a o a former form stu atu- student stu- stu student dent in the School of Journalism 1 and is la a member m of Gamma Alpha Chi and Theta Sigma Sterna Phi 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

1 IZ rHE THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY Y JANUARY 5 S. S 1929 1 J I L Side Glances L I I Liw t S k kA A Aw this comes eo easy for me Ysee my fathers father's f th rs r's a druggIst

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Caulfield Has Meeting with G. O. P. Leaders [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

CAULKED CAULFIELD HAS I MEETING WITH G. G 0 P. P LEADERS Says Drys Show Unus Unus- Unusual U Unusual nus- nus ual Interest in Appointments CONFERS WITH LEADERS Buchholz Suggested for Board of Elections Commissioner JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 UP VP Governor elect Henry 8 S. Caulfield of St. St Louis Loula says rs the drys thys of Kan- Kan MS City are re showing an unusual in interest in- in terest In the selection of the new police poUce commissioners for that city The governor elect who is 11 here for fora a conference with ith Republican lead lead- leaden leadin leadin en In connection with his inaugural message said asid no DO Kansas City ap ap- appointments ap- ap would be made until he be UI office Jan 14 It Interest ha has bu been bren focused on the police board appointments ever since Mrs Ira Maud Wilson a modern Carrie Carne Nation wrecked a Kansas Kaneas City sa saloon Ia- Ia soon loon with a hatchet The governor elect Indicated that lie be ae would give live an attentive ear to ...

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Debate Series is Cancelled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

e DIlATE DEBATE SERIES IS CANCELLED With Washing t sad aDd x Off The triangular debate series ar ar- arraD ranted raD d between Missouri Mom Kansas and aDd Washington universities were I S due to the early 5 here bere according acc to Prof Wilbur E E. Oilman director of or ca Following cancellation of the Mis MIl Kansas contest scheduled to S be held in the University Audit risen rima Pec Ec 12 Kansas team wen went weniS S to St St. Louis Lends Washington I and aDd fit St Louts Loots LouIs universities on sue ne- merits in IQ place of 01 a Missouri i 1 S. S team tam on the th schedules o ofee of 01 r tile the L Louis schools achoo A Kansas Missouri I debate at Law Law- x mot before belen th tb end of the first firstS S semester is II a possibility as is a Missouri a. Louis Loua U. U contest at St. St 5 Louis LouII to Prof Oilman The fbI platform wrangle wangle with Washing ton toG has bu been definitely postponed I until imUl the second mound semester and probAbly Ably will be held ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

5 Want W Ads A give I SS feme 59 You are arc missing opportunities If you do not read and an use UIe Missourian Want Ads TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE NOnCE WHEREAS Rosa L. L Edwards a widow by her certain deed of trust dated the day of March 1018 1918 and recorded in the office of th Recorder of Deeds of Boone County Missouri in Mortgage Record Book at Page conveyed to the theun undersigned un as trustee the following described real estate lying being and situate in Boone County Missouri wit to-wit Ten 10 acres the east half balf of the west half of the south south- southeast southeast east quarter of the northwest quarter of or section 10 10 Town Town- Township Township Township ship Forty-eight Forty 48 Range flange Twelve 12 In trust to secure the payment of ofa a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described and Whereas said s d note is due and un unpaid un- un paid default having been made in inthe Inthe inthe the payment thereof Now Nov Therefore in pursuance of th...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Question Mark Refuels [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I The Question Mark M k Refuels I S SS t tI I 5 S 'S Sd t t SS S I 5 S 4 m This photograph taken tak n from another pla pi a ho hos vs the big army transport Quest n Mark refueled in mid-air mid during its attempt att to set sd a world record for sustained flight bt a as it flew new between bet n Los Angeles 5 and San SaD Diego Calif CallI Gasoline and oil oU are transferred rr-d rr from the supply plane plan flying above by means of a long hose hOlle MaJ Carl Spitz commanding officer of the th Question QU Mark is directing dirr the transfer at the lower end of the hose

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Will Attend Inauguration [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I j I I WILL ATTEND AnaND INAUGURATION National 0 Men Here Rere Asked to Ceremony Cere Brigadier BrI Gen OeD command command- commanding ing IDI officer of the Missouri Nation Nation- National al 1 Guard issued an order Jan 2 for foran all aU officers of the organization who could make arrangements to be present at the inauguration of the governor at Jefferson City Jan 14 The be governor will be inaugurated at noon that day Officers have not DOt received a de de- detailed de- de detailed tailed program for the occasion but there will be a reception to the gen len general lenera oral eral era public at night and a meeting m of the SIO officers of the Missouri National Guard Quant at 2 o'clock in the afternoon Capt Roll Rolf Raynor of Columbia who is I president prem of the Missouri National Guard Association has called celled a meeting for the election of officers Later in the day Col J. J P. P Williams will have a meeting of two fifty-two officers of his regiment The Field Artille...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Baker Tells of Building Program [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

BAKER TELLS OF BUILDING PROGRAM Explains How Economy Curtailed Expansion of State Schools By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 Practically all the funds appropriated for forthe forthe forthe the University of Missouri and other educational institutions by the last General Assembly and afterward held up by the governor have been released Gov Sam Baker Bater said in his final message to the 1929 General Assembly here Thursday afternoon Gov Baker spoke of the comple comple- completion completion tion of the new building for the School of Law at the University as asan asan asan an example of the building program carried on during his tion Lion The work was facilitated he said by a gift gUt of from Frank R. R Tate of St. St Louis which sum was matched by a similar state The is a memo memo- memorial memorial rial vial to Mr Tates Tate's son Lee H. H Tate In the interest of economy and because of the shortage of funds the building program for the various anous state institutions w...

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Reapportion Bill Approved [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I REAPPORTION BILL APPROVED I Measure Would Take Tak Away Three of I Missouri Missouri's Seats in Congress WASHINGTON Jan 5 UP I A reapportion bill to change the al allocation al- al allocation location of members in the House according to the change in population population population tion of states during the last twenty I II years was favorably reported by the House Census Committee The com corn committee committee vote on the bill bUI was 7 to 6 The measure seeks to take Con Con- Congress Congress gress gresa seats away from about seven- seven seventeen seventeen seventeen I teen states and give ghe them to eleven states in proportion to population gains pins in the last twenty years yea 18 Cal Cal- California CalIfornia California would gain six congressmen the largest gain proposed Missouri would be the heaviest loser three Congress seats being slated to go Majority Leader Tilson later an announced an- an announced flounced the bill bUI will be taken up Jan 10 He said he wou...

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Drives Own "Ambulance" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

DRIVES O NAM OWN AMBULANCE Man Hurt When hen Car Goes Gon 35 Miles to Hospital FRESNO PRESNO Cal Cat UP With With a Broken ankle fractured collarbone and many cuts cuta and bruises Fay Pay Sheets garage drove his own ambulance thirty-five thirty miles to the door of a hospital here where he admitted apologetically that he was kinda kinds busted in spots and ap ap- applied ap- ap applied plied for admission Sheets was driving toward Fres Free Fresno Fresno no late at night when his car skid skid- skidded skidded ded and turned over He was held fast fist beneath the auto but after a time succeeded in releasing him him- himself himself self and righted the machine with the aid of passing motorists Then Sheets climbed in in stepped on the gas with his injured foot and began a long and torturing ride through the darkness for home He arrived in the hospital at 7 o'clock in the morning

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Locust Paving Costs $7431.93 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I LOCUST PAVING COSTS Work ork Completed by Herbert Ravens- Ravens craft on Dec 27 1 W. W B. B Cauthorn's report on the completed work of paving pa ving grading and curbing of Locust Street from Ninth to Seventh Street shows the total cost of the work wort was The contract was completed by Herbert Ra on Dec 27 1928 TIm THe work was done with seven-inch seven reinforced concrete and the rate per foot for the grading and paving was and the curb curb- curbing curbing ing inI was ten cents per foot i J The amounts assessed asse sed against Ithe the abutting property is as a follows s Building Co L L. C. C Crumbaugh White Eagle Dairy Co J yank ank W W. Dear- Dear ing log R. R M. M Coombe and C C. E. E Coombe William Hirth Frank W. W Dearing and oth oth- ers are Calvary Cah-ary Episcopal Church

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"Mother Machree" Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Mother Machree Dies DiesI 1 CLEVELAND Jan 5 UP Fun Fun Fun Funeral Funeral I eral east services were held here today i ifor S for a mother who inspired the song which an entire nation has sung suni II Mother Machree Mrs Nannie Ball BaU 72 who died Thursday a at Long Island and who is credited with being the mother tin- tin immortalized in that song will be buried in a grave beside that of her herson herson son Ernest R. R Ball composer of the classic it- it 5 ij r i I

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1928 Pig Crop Shows Drop of 5 per Cent [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

1928 PIG CROP SHOWS DROP OF 5 PER CENT Survey Indicates Great Great- Greatest est Loss in South South- Southern ern em States MISSOURI'S TOTAL FAIR Rural Postmen Help Agri Agri- Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural cultural Department With Report The results of the December 1938 1926 1 pig survey have just been announced by the United States Department of Agriculture or operating co-operating with the Postoffice Department through rural carriers E. E I A. A Logan Lo n and Jewell Mayes Mayea operated co-operated in gathering Mis Mis- Missouri data S The report indicates a decrease of about 5 percent in the total pig crop of 1938 1928 as compared with the th fall crop of 1927 1937 Most of the de de- decrease decrease de- de decrease crease took place in the southern states tea I i Fax this past fall faU in tn Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri MiS-I MiS lOur were w re only 3 36 6 percent less than thanin in 1937 1927 while the number of pigs saved laved per litter was the same as last year ...

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Father and Son Killed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

FATHER AND SON KILLED I II 2 I Die When Wheat Stone Co Acel dentally Discharges O G Gun n BLUE EYE Mo Jan 6 UP One bullet accidentally discharged d from a hunters hunter's gun dealt dt death late yesterday to a father lather and aDd his son E. E L. L Gipson and his son eon Howard were we killed when a gun carried by K Y Bowman was discharged ac ac- ac The three were hunting on Little Cow Creek k Stone County

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Centralia Stor is Robbed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Centralia Store Is Robbed Two overcoats two suits and four pair of shoes were stolen from the J. J M. M Waller WaIler Clothing Company store s ore in Centralia Thursday night by robbers who entered the a stor through a coal chute The robbe lt left a clue on which the police POllee are working in making mating their S

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY S. S 1929 11 woo w The News In the Field of Sport

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Christmas is 13 Days Late! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

IS 13 DAYS LATE sek k Orthodox Church Celebrate by Julian JuUan Calendar a MOSCOW Jan 6 5 Tomor UP r night thirteen days daya behind the thet theof theof t of the Christian world la 18 a Christ Christ- ChristEve 5 Eve Ee in m millions ol oZ Russian flies S. S The be Greek Orthodox Church Is still gui to the Julian JuUan calendar hav- hav hayr l r refused to accept the Soviet gov- gov KOVent's nent's ent's action in bringing the Rus- Rus n n dates in line with the Grego- Grego Gregon n n. n reckoning The religious holi- holi 7 i here are therefore thirteen days C r than elsewhere The he government of course takes takesi i official cognizance of this Ortho Ortho- a Christmas Business will be open orrow as 55 usual Absences from C job may niftY be expected e by the hundred thousand however The wl peasant population upon whom re religion ri- ri ligion still has baa a firm hold will win fill nn I the churches tonight and tomorrow I II I to overflowing f i

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