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"Sunshine" Smith Dies in K. C. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Sunshine Smith Dies Die in ID K C KANSAS CITY Jan 5 UP Mrs Teresa Smith for thirty six years a salvation army lassie on the streets of Kansas City died cUed yes yea yesterday Sunshine Smith as na she was known had sold eold the War Cry C the official weekly publication of the Salvation 1 Army on the streets here for years y ars and was a familiar figure to thousands

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I You are missing opportunities if you do not read and use Missourian Want Ads CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 Cent a Word a Day Bay 6 Days Day For I a Word Phone 55 I 4 I p S. S The Columbia is 18 1 a member gember J of The Tile Association of ot News News- Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers Man Man- i. i paper per agers ra which includes leading news new newspapers papers throughout the country and fr s for tor its ita aim the elimination of fraudulent and misleading classified r r. advertising The Columbia j run as well as every other mem- mem f bee ber r of the Association tatton endeavors endeavor endea or to print only truthful Want Ada and andrt rt will appreciate having h Its Ita attention called to any an advertisement not nt con con- conforming conS S terming forming to the highest standards of honesty honest J. J BABB Investment nt Securities Tnt rna Tiger Hotel lIot 1 First Mortgage 15 6 Bonus Bon s. s 03 04 Exchange Bank flank T Phone 1862 keAL AL ESTATE WEATHERS REALTY...

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M. U. Athletes Start Track Training Grind [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

MU Je ATHLETES START TRACK TRAINING GRIND Tigers Strong in Middle Mid Mid- Middle Middie dle die Distances Is Indication FIRST MEET ON FEB 9 I I Henry Depends on Soph Soph- Sophomores Sophomores Sophomores to Bolster Weight Events With the first meet of the season a few days more than a month off track athletes at the University started their training grind yester yester- yesterday yesterday day without the benefit of a two weeks' weeks period of light work-outs work as has been the custom in past years Coach O inn Henry had issued a call for track men in the middle of December but before all aU of the candidates were equipped the Uni Uni- University University I was dismissed because of the influenza epidemic I I Twelve and possibly thirteen of the sixteen men to win letters last sea sea- season season season son will be available for this years year's I I team The indications are that the Tigers will be strong in the mid mid- middle middle middie dle die distances but weak in the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Stagg Meets some of His Proteges [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Stagg Meets Some of His 4 i I iI I iI k I-k if i I iI f I iI La During the O t f. f i ua ath h s in New Sf Orleans Alonlo MU- MU L ra ru i f ti n. u I TM v men men- mentor m mentor D- D tor met five of his port por s H. H Hr r th they are arc left to right Fred F Walker I of l i I 1 na a I II O O. lit l r i Pace Fafe University of Indiana Indian Coach Stagg Dr Roycroft RoC ro rt Princeton ceton and anti hugo lIuo o nn l tate stat Copyright 1928 NEA SEA Ire Inc In Printed in U. U S. S A n

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Ames in Third Game Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

AMES AME IN N THIRD GAME TONIGHT I i Cyclones Are Favored Over Oyer Iowa lows I I State Teachers Teachers' College COn le leI I I The Iowa State eager cage l will play their I third non-conference non game to tonight t to night when they meet the Iowa lows State Teachers' Teachers College on the Ce Ce- Cedar Cedar Cedar dar Falls court The Cyclones will willbe willbe willbe be favorites to win by virtue of two victories over Simpson and the Tu Tu- Tutors Tutors' Tutors Tutors' Tu- Tu tors' tors two losses to Coe Cos and Cornell Lester LeIter Lande captain and star forward is the main cog in the Cy ey Cyclone Cy- Cy Cyclone I clone attack He was fifth high blah scorer of the Missouri Valley last I year and collected sixteen field goals in the two Simpson encounters this year Coach Menze Mense the new Ames coach has been dissatisfied with the per per- performance performance of his team so far and has been busy the past week in perfect perfect- perfecting perfecting ing an offense tha...

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Junior High Cagers Play Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Junior High Play Pia Today Toda The Jefferson Junior High School r basketball team was to play the Ernst Simon High School eagers this I afternoon at Jefferson City Clyde Ficklin coach accompanied the team

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LeMert Back to Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

0 LeMert LeMen Back Bad to Chicago Fraud Frand L. L LeMert Le Mert left yesterday afternoon for Chicago after a sev sev- several sevI sev- sev several eral days' days visit with his parents Mr and Mrs B B. D D. LeMert Le Mut Mert and rela rela- relatives relatives relatives I tives here Mr LeMert Te Le Men Mert will in resume his work with the water resources branch of the United States Geological I cal Survey

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Bowling Alley to Open on Feb. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

BOWLING ALLEY TO OPEN ON FEB 16 I Columbia Recreation Co to Have Eight Lanes in New Building With a team sixteen sweepstake tournament selected from the ty-four ty leading bowling teams teama of I Kansas City and St. St Louis Lout ached sched scheduled the Columbia Recreation Com Cons Company pany will win open its ita doors on Feb Peb 16 The new concern is Sa under UDder the management nt of J. J O. O Williams and aDd will be located in a new DeW building at a Eighth and Locust streets street New equipment U Is to be installed in the building which will win be ar ar- arranged ar- ar arranged ranged on the order of the leading leadIn bowling alleys of the country Eight I I alleys will be installed in the alley ane room of the building which U is 50 10 by feet Seats Beata are to b be provided in tin this thiA room for n. n 1 The concern is to be at as modern modem as it is 11 possible to make mate it It Mr Wil wn- Williams hams liams said yesterday y There will wW be bea bela la a la...

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Sport Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Sport Briefs I ST. ST LOUIS The The Chicago Chicago- Loyola basketball squad defeated St. St Louis University 28 26 in an overtime gases game here last night The score ecore at the be end of the first half was 2 to 3 J for Loyola

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Kewpies Victors over U. H. S., 9-8 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

VICTORS OVER U. U H. H S S. S 9 8 Hickman Hi kman H. H S. S Gagers Win Game Last Latt Night by Free Throw S. S The Hickman High School 8 hool Kew- Kew pies pl opened their cage eI season last Ian night with a 9 R io to-B to victory over th lbs University High chool The be game tame started oft off slowly 1101 and boys boI teamed seemed eel to be getting the feel fee of the be court It It was a closely doIel guard guarded ed ad contest that kept referee Tock Kirk of busy U. U H H. S. S scored first when Alex Alex- Alexander Alexander ander playing center cener hooked booted in i a iringer aringer ringer after four tour minutes of play pia Wilson had bad previously failed fa ed to con convert vert a free toss toes but followed after with the second field goal pi Alexander made good load on a free toe toil and the first quarter dosed closed wit Witt U. U H. H 8 S. leading dial 1 3 to 1 I after efter Christ Christman Christman man maD who had bad substituted for I for m the failed to ma...

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Change Made in Mat Meet Date [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

CHANGE MADE IN MAT MEET DATE DATS DA TB Sec See Taylor to tc Referee feree Tiger Ticer Match Mat h Jan 12 The Missouri Illinois M met mat meet m t formerly tarl scheduled tot for tonight t. t hai baI been set to Jan AI 12 13 Taylor eec ec Tyler r. r sports I O s lit editor of the tat Dee Oes Motha Rag Reg liter win will referee ref the meet An elimination tournament t ti to de de- I It C I 1 I side eide berths bertha for tae tha at a will wUl begin Monday ft win wm M ee se Tuesday The TIse of ef rf till fee teem team Will rm be ebes Is t. t tournament by bJ to la Iu year years n II ter tel men Eugene aa J. J J J. J a Q aMoore Moors Moore B. B Wealth Westfall sad and O. O 9 7 pe 1 Hawkins to Is in good I ir the special weight nal eveet Ha Re Rethe the only one ODe winning la In last meet mett with and aDd I X believe fei will wUl make mate a better Ml MN on sen than last kit year amid Fisher tahe coach of at 1 JL H. and aM University Rower K It E. E are an tree in their events It Fla...

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Hoosiers Trounce Tiger Five, 242-29 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

HOOSIERS HOOS TROUNCE TIGER FIVE 42 23 Tilt With Co fera of ot Big BiC 10 Title Second t Defeat for M. M LU U U. ID The University aI Os bourn of tto tl u r of 01 be 1 tn TID meseL beaded toe the II d five fhe Its Ita atadea defeat del in Ill In at 08 many nights ns bing the 42 a to be as Ington last Jut night 1 The Tigers gers an aft i sea eon with a toi ova mer rIn the Old at of Kansas p ed eel by br Valley ftUer I Ift ert to is strong for tilt the Big I Mg n tl ria of ibe Mate u detests aeed r M as an aD of at weeke part pan of the be Mi ot Ra Indiana and aDd Butler had the r of D eer we p tit put them In to trim tiba for fee t had bad d only th bs p. p with

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School Children Exam[Illegible] [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

SCHOOL L 1 IT lit b ie the sad dies at it Button School Iob fl She is Ja to Ib w UM till tb per caM ot of 01 boa girls 11 tit are te 4 show how the relation of t. t age as grade In D h bar t last two days Uy abs till barn the weighing 01 of the Ia fourth grade 11 aluik children to bt lit 08 II f fI I per cent of tile th la tt 0 V 1

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Rabbl Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

i Rabbi Rabbi I Hebrew will NW speak before the It Or O. at tt f fM f c cf f- f M Bitting Ufe w. r

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

Am EIGHT THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY Y JANUARY 5 S. 1929 1929 1

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At the Churches [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I f At The Churches Ches I 1 II Trinity Lutheran Sunday school and Bible class will meet at 84 a. a m. m The morning worship will begin at t 1045 a. a m. m Epiphany Sunday will wUl be observed The subject of the sermon rmon win will be taken from John 1 There will be a meeting of the Lutheran Student Council Counell at the theat If f at p. p m. m Science First Church of Christ Scientist holds at College Avenue Sunday School begins belina at 9 30 a. a m. m Sunday aday dy morning services begin at 11 The subject of the Lea Lea- Lean 1 son n Sermon Bermon for this week is God Cod Wednesday evening testimonial meet meet- i Ings In are held at 8 B The reading room and circulating circulating ting uz library located at Rooms 21 Exchange National Bank Build- Build I I lag ing are open daily dally from 2 to W 5 p. p m. m except Sundays and holidays Congregational onal t The Church School will meet m et at a. a m. m m in Room 5 of Lowry Hall HallAt At the same time in the auditor auditorium ...

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Opposition to Salary Bill is Firm in House [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

OPPOSITION TO io SALARY BILL IS FIRM IN HOUSE Yet Indications Point j to Its I ts Passage in 1 Lower Body RURAL MEN AGAINST ACT Governor-Elect Governor and Five Other State Officers to Benefit JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 UP The The Th Senile Seni bill to increase the salary of the th governor gov and five other executive state officers before they assume office on Jan 14 is 1 certain to encounter er strong stron opposition in inthe inthe inthe the House but indications today pointed poin to its passage in the lower body Representative D D. L. L Bales of Shan Shan- Shannon Shannon Shannon non County a Democratic leader lead r rand and often referred refe to as the the- watchdog watchdog watch dog of the treasury is expected to oppose the measure when hen it reaches the th floor of or the House However Hov there seen seems to be strong sentiment on both sides of the th House for the passage of the measure The opposition that may develop will be confined to to the rural representatives who ho...

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To Ask Clearing of Galleries [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I To Ask Clearing learing Ui oi 01 Galleries JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 5 U VP V.P. P Representative William E F. Freeland land majority floor leader of the House has baa served st notice that next n week he will offer a resolution resolution tion providing for the clearing of the lower galleries of the House of spectators There were w re so many job hunters in tn the lower galleries today that members on the democratic side of the House complained they th y were un un- unable unable Unable able to hear the reading of resolutions Representative William Job complained he was unable to hear Freeland speak The majority floor leader said he proposed to offer his resolutions excluding visitors from the floor of i the th House when the body gets down downto to actual work The uThe clearing of the lower galler galler- galleries ies irs was as the only manner in which the work of the House could be car car- carried carried ried ned on two years ago Freeland said Only representatives their rela r...

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Labor in Favor of State Police [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

LABOR IN FAVOR OF STATE POLICE Federation Will Back BackI I I Highway Patrol Bill I JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 UP u P i The iThe The proposed bill for the establishment estabI establishment I of a state police system for forthe forI forthe I the th patrol of highways will be sup sup- supported supported ported by the Missouri State Fed- Fed Federation of Labor and the allied rail- rail railI railway way brotherhoods officials of the thesta I state sta te organization say However organized labor will op op- oppose oppose op- op oppose pose the creation of a state constabulary similar to that of I Pennsylva Pennsylva- Pennsylvania nia and Colorado the need for which was pointed out recently by General Attorney-General Shartel George R. R Patterson secretary of the federation today said his organ- organ organization I had reached an agreement i with uth Safety Council and the State Highway Department De nt to sup- sup support I port a bill for the establishment of state police for the appreh...

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

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