From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for Sept. 26, 1911:
- "The largest film of moving pictures in the world will be shown at the skating rink, Thursday, September 28, at 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. It shows the complete construction of the EMF '30' and the Flanders '20' in the Studebaker factory, from the pig iron to the finished automobile. Everyone interested is invited to attend. The University Engineering school should attend in a body. Admission is free."
- "As a great surprise this morning it was announced at the Baker inaugural that the trustees of the institution had given the school $100,000, thus clearing it of all indebtedness. At the same time a campaign was started for a half million dollars endowment fund."
- "A charge of using profane and indecent language was preferred against Mrs. Susan Buriss in police court this morning. She pleaded not guilty to the charge and will be tried tomorrow morning. The trouble is said to have occurred in North Lawrence several days ago."