|Capitol "Capital" Stage Bus Line in a 1922 Fageol of Ohio Safety Coach, CMSTC (UCM) Athletic Team about circa 1925|
Taken in front Dockery Gymnasium on the College Campus
Capital Stage Line Company, Warrensburg Law 1927
See the body differences between the 1924 (4 pages) and the 1925 (5 pages) catalog pages in the first column of the website Fageol Link
The (shorter) cast aluminum cowling is the same as your picture. Early models were built up cowlings but not cast aluminum. See also the factory pictures, cowlings being finished... Fageol Factory -Cowlings 20s RMcC
July 3, 1927, The Sedalia Democrat, Sedalia, Missouri · Page 8
CAPITOL STAGE LINE - Missouri
The bus schedule on the Capitol Stage line, running between Kansas City and Jefferson City, via Sedalia has been changed. The change was made by J. Petroska, president and owner of the line, for the convenience of Sedalians and traveling men. Mr. Petroska stated that it was to his interest to feed the State Fair City with the best bus service, possible and the Sedalia business people. The car from Kansas City to Jefferson City arrives at the bus headquarters, La Moore Hotel, at 10:45 o’clock in the morning, in the afternoon at 1:05 and 6:25 o’clock.
|Hotel LaMoore, Sedalia, Missouri|
The layover bus departs from Sedalia for Kansas City at 7 o’clock in the morning. Along with the bus schedule a new ticket system is being installed. Tickets can now be sold on a through trip to Colorado, California and Omaha, West, through to the East coast, this being connected with the Purple Swan Company out of Kansas City and out of St. Louis. The Capitol Stage company adding three new parlor car Buick buses from Jefferson City to St. Louis via Mt. Sterling, Union, Gray’s Summit into St. Louis, this making it possible to reach these towns, which have no railroad service. The schedule out of Jefferson City is 7:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m., out of St. Louis west, 7:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
|Dr. James Naismith, inventor of the game of basketball with Dr. Phog Allen, right, |
the former coach at Warrensburg, UCM
|Dr. Forrest C. Allen, Athletic Department Chairman|
State Normal School of Warrensburg, Missouri
Today the University of Central Missouri UCM