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Gets Lipton Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Li L Gets Lipton Trophy I l' l It d I ft 5 i It took a Ion long lonK time lime for Harry B. B Greening ri right ht commodore of the th Royal Hamilton ath tub Club of Hamilton Ontario to receive the trophy troph Sir Thomas Thoma Lipton offered last lait summer to the vi winner inner of 01 the North Amen Ameri American Amerlan can an Speedboat S championship but the trophy was received a few days daYI age and now occupies C a prominent place in the thee club rooms rt Rain Rain- Rainbow Rainbow Rainbow bow VI was piloted to on the Detroit t river last summer in the championship races The trophy was a presented by A. A A. A left he heis is commodore of the Association A of America

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Stephens Holiday to End Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Stephens Holiday to End Tuesday The Th Christmas holidays for lor or the students of Stephens St College Colle e will of officially of- of officially close at 7 io 10 o'clock Tuesday evening All students will have to be in Columbia bv by b that hat t time and register with the heads h ads of ff their halls Class work will begin at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Glee Clubs Will Compete in K. C. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

GLEE CLUBS WILL COMPETE IN K C. C Valley Association to Gather for Con Con- Contest Contest Contest test Feb 8 A contest to decide what glee alee club will go to New York for the national contest in Carnegie Hall will wUl be held Feb 8 in Kansas KaMU City by the glee clubs making up the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Glee Club Association Besides Beside the mens men's glee clubs cluba from the universities of Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma and Nebraska there will be clubs from Creighton Ames Alnes ton University the Oklahoma and Kansas state agricultural agricultural agricultural tural colleges and the winners of the state association contests of Missouri and Kansas For the contest the personnel of the clubs is limited to two thirty-two in including in- in including including a ii student director The Th mu mu- music music music sic to be used includes the national na contest song Songs My Mother Taught Me by Dvorak arranged by Smith th a college song and a third song chosen by ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Voiceless, He Will Work On [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

VOICELESS HE WILL PILL WORK ORK ON Typewriter to Enable O. O B. B Whitaker r to Take Part Pan in Assembly By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 Al AI Al Although though silenced by the loss of his hi I voice voi O O. B. B Whitaker npr 1 of Hickory County will take take ta J Jual ual active ve part in the General Assembly making V i heard through the medium me GC portable typewriter ter On the machine at his hia desk deat ID House given to him by unan resolution yesterday Whitaker Wt tate write any comment or no i desires to make during the theof theof ha le 6 of the session Another will permit him to vote by y rakiM his hand instead of responding WiS araJ I ly Whitaker is beginning his S I session in the General Assembly Bt lie I has worked for educational oJ 1 I for rural districts is an expert e I parliamentary par procedure ain lid j a w I watchdog of appropriations T

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Screen Actor Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Screen Actor Dies Die HOLLYWOOD Calif Jan 5 Uj Marc MacDermott stage stae and s actor died in the Windsor Hospital at Glendale today His death which j came peacefully while he was was not unexpected He was waa taken to w the hospital with a stomach die die- order three weeks ago

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

ThE C O LU M BIA MIS MISSOURIAN S O U RIAN F ENTY EAR Ei lT n COLUMBIA L I MISSOURI S MONDAY JANUARY Y i. 7 1929 9 LAST EDITION NUMBER J

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The Way of 'Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Way of 01 Our World I Jl tor fatalities totalled in St St. J for 1928 The Bulgarian war we- wa mini ter Gen has resigned Delta D Tau Delta s home at Dart- Dart was destroyed by lire Jan 3 3 All Au records rECords in the New York g market were ere re broken in 1928 Participation of women in crime tI increasing in ri n t U U U. S S. balloon The international ce is 15 to start from St St. Louis Next N A race horse worth francs u killed by an automobile a in n Prance nce recently The will of William Conroy Pitts Pitts- Pittsburgh Pittsburgh burgh millionaire leaves lea most of be the estate to charity A A Kansas City toy tov manufacturer Juried five years vears for the man who once lent him 1000 two t blows blow A A boxer was killed by wo 1 his opponent in iii a bout at Craig Colo Cola recently Only thirty-one thirty automobiles were ere in the first automobile show twenty enty year yeara eais ago Indians m in fl the United States are worth rth a total of ac- ac according according acco...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

c r AND AND SD SOME HI HUMOR MOR Visitor hI I 1 see you vou have got all allI your daughters da off your jour our lands hands l I Father Yes but hut I have haH to keep their husbands on then their feet

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

COMMENTS ON OS LIFE LIFE- I 1 do not think that thit th t all the states states- statesmen statesmen men of the world who have ha solemnly pledged their nations against the in institution in- in institution Institution of war i an ian be called vis- vis visionary visionary ionar idealists Frank idealists Frank B B. Kellogg It is the school as the creative e ex ex- expression expression of the aim of the com Coin which will sO some le da day give a anew anew anew new nucleus to the aimless sprawl of our present agglomerations of I streets and hou the the s s the school in inthe inI I the small town and ind the university um in Iii inthe IiiI the great one one H H G GeUs G. G Wells eUs I

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And some Verse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

A ANt AND Sf SOME SO VERSE ISE What hat ha t to Do If oure YOUre youre you're fill n tired and bl blue le leAnd And Anti Andou you ou dont don t know what whit to do doDo Do If YOU ou can cant fant t oe ee far head ahead a And just wish ish that t ha t you MU youCle Cle dead S Sop op in If your nerves n s r are all nIl a ak k v Then Them i i. i 01 one c cocci ii- ii t ta d di b. i iC C Co iO o walkin Grenville Klc Kle Kleiser r

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$2,580,200 for M. U. Suggested by Tax Board [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

FOR M. M U. U SUGGESTED j BY TAX T AX BOARD I State Dis Dis- Disregards Disregards Disregards regards All Build Build- Buildings Buildings Buildings ings Asked For TOTAL REQUEST Brooks Will Again Go Di Di- Directly Directly Directly to Legisla Legisla- Legislature ture With Plea By a Staff Staf r Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 An An appropriation of for the operation of the Un University of Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri during the biennial period 1929 30 has been recommended to the Fifty fifth General Assembly in the B I budget prepared by the State Tax Commission I i 1 I Ii I I The University had requested four four- fourteen fourteen fourteen teen new buildings with a total cost of None of them was al allow al- al low lowed ed edThe The total asked for the University including the building bunding and expansion program aggregated 7 The sums asked for most of the new buildings are ar identical with those requested but disallowed by the th 1925 and ind 1927 legislatures or withheld...

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I The Weather J JI I For Columbia and vicinity Gen- Gen Generally GenI I fair tonight and Tuesday continued cold tonight rising tem tern temperature temperature I Tuesday lowest est tonight 6 or 8 above I For Missouri Generally fair to to- tonight tonight tonight night and Tuesday somewhat cold cold- colder i er extreme southeast not quite so ro so I cold northwest and extreme north portions tonight rising temperature Tuesday Shippers forecast Cast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest temperatures tonight are expected to tobe t tobe be North zero East E st 4 above South 16 West 16 Weather conditions The storm of ofrain ofrain rain ram sleet and snow that was with us Saturday was over the north At At- Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic lantic seaboard early this morning The cold wave wa the second in the 7 days of January has over- over overspread overspread spread sp ead most of the country reach reach- reaching reaching reaching ing into Florida giving heavy frost Near zero cold...

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Cold Blamed for 20 Deaths over Week-End [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

u. u u COLD BLAMED FOR 20 DEATHS OVER WEEK-END WEEK Temperature Down to 17 Below at St. St Paul THAW PREDICTED HERE Four Above Zero Reported II in ii Columbia This I Morning I CHICAGO Jan 7 UP Tem Tem Temperatures II as RS low as 8 degrees below I 7 zero rn in in many parts of the Chicago I I I fore cast fore cast area arpa were were predicted for to tonight to- to tonight tonight night by b the government weather bureau here At Minneapolis and andSt andI St St. Paul the mercury today had dropped to 17 degrees degre s below zero and was still going do down n I United U n ted Press reports from the st and t 11 twenty deaths attributable to the abnormally cold weather Highways s sm in m many states were ere clogged clogg d by byI its ts I James 55 died of exposure in Chicago Dr F F. W W. Con- Con way wa 75 was killed when his auto uto- automobile a automobile i mobile skidded on icy icv roads near I Logansport L Ind Did Philip Atkinson I was vas found frozen to death at Dead- Dead woo...

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Grocery Store Closes Doors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I racers store torf C loses Doors The Th grocery store of Robert Rogers at Eighth Ei and Cherry s streets reels closed clos d 15 Its doors today

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Stresses Need for Repairs in M. U. Buildings [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

STRESSES NEED FOR REPAIRS IN MU M. M U. U BUILDINGS Visitors' Visitors Board Wants Extensive Program of Construction URGES LAND PURCHASE Suggests New Auditorium and Completion of Main Mam Library The necessity of or wording wo ing out some system of revenue by which the ever eve Increasing financial needs of or the University can be properly met Is 1 stressed sed in the annual report of o the he Board rd of Visitors a commission ap ap- appointed apI ap- ap appointed pointed by Gov Sam A A. Baker to I study and investigate conditions at ath atthe atthe the h educational institution I In recognizing anted aneed a a need for liberal appropriations toward upkeep repair r pair work and new buildings and equip equip- equipment equipment ment merit the report suggests digests that at least one-fourth one of the amount necessary necessary necessary essary should be appropriated at this tiis n of the Legislature and one- one fourth by each of or the next three thre Legislatures Leg so that w...

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Church Conducted in Home [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

CHURCH CH CONDUCTED IN HOME I Services n to Br Bt Held Every ry Sunday in InI Residence of Joseph Forsee I Services and Sunday school were i conducted yesterday afternoon with preaching at night by bv the Rev G G. GP P P. P Cordry at the home of Mr and I Mrs Joseph Forsee on Pannell Street The Rev Mr Cordry and Mrs Cordry have recently returned from fromI j I Marshall Mo where they have been Een visiting visiting Mrs Cordry's Cordry s parents The I Forsee residence will be the perma perma- permanent permanent nent place of worship for the Rev Mr Cordry and arid his congregation Uon I Services Serc Ser c s and Sunday school will be conducted at 2 30 o lock clock o every Sun Sun- Sunday SunI Sunday I day afternoon and preaching will be beat beat at 7 45 o clock o'clock on Sunday and Fri Fri- Frida day da evenings Prayer meetings will wil willi I be held Tuesday nights i

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Local Couple Weds [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I OCAL LOCAL t COUPLE OrPLE Ol WEDS Johnson and George Barnes Married Saturday I Miss l Genell Germell Johnson John on daughter of Mr and Mrs Irs Frank Johnson North Ninth Street was married i Saturday afternoon at 6 o o'clock clock to toI George George Barnes of Columbia The I ceremony took place at the home of the t he Rev R W W. S S. St St. Clair Dysart I Street Sf r rt Tin The couple will lull move r soon oon to to Mr Barnes Barneo farm near Halls Mr Ir IrI I Barnes was until recently a fIreman i

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New Home for Farm House Fraternity [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

H I. I i u New Home For louse Farm 1 House Fraternity rT t I 1 T 1 1 r t t t I J J. J i w Architects ArchItect's ts drawing of the new Dew Farm House Honse fraternity home bome which will be bs bIlt en oa e ba Arena Aven en an city lots Noa NOL 10 and 11 ninety Dl et feet east of Providence Road Roa The will be three and aM will wW ac ae- accommodate se- se twenty eight persons person The cost ost will W be

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AID Given to 291 Families In' Past Year [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

AID GIVEN TO FAMILIES AST YEAR Welfare Society's Re Re- Report Report Report port Shows Work During D ring 1928 1063 PERSONS HELPED Group Also Recommended Expenditure of Con- Con Conley Conley ley icy Poor Fund I Two hundred one ninety families containing 1063 persons received rec l d aid from the Public Welfare Society during 1928 according to the annual report of the society In carrying out its work the society made 1935 I visits to families nearly tele tele- telephone i phone calls and conducted more I i I tha than n 2000 office interviews I I I In addition to the money mon y which I the society itself expended the Con- Con Conley ConleY 1 ley by Poor Fund was as expended upon recommendation of the society ty This his fund helped needy n y families of Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co Columbia lumbia to the extent of T. T I J J. J E E. BoilS Boggs general chairman of 01 the finance n committee oj the y n a at ent u l ted ted y d declared cl fI that the administrative expenses of th...

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