SWANSON-35a (p. 10)

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SWANSON-35a (p. 10) - GASINOGENTER OF BEAM'S MAD PLEASUR Pleasure...
GASINOGENTER OF BEAM'S MAD PLEASUR Pleasure Seekers Dine At 10 P. M.;' Then Test Luck At Baccarat By PRINCESS ALI FAZIL United Press Staff .Correspondent DEATJVTLLE.--(UP)--The pleasure pleasure loving races of antiquity left the ruins of eorgeous baths as monuments, monuments, of "their greatness; the pleasure.loving races that roam Europe Europe will probably leave the ruins of gambling, casinos as evidences of thetr wealth and leisure. A few days at Deauville, during the grande semanie, convinces one that where revelers risk a thousand dollars or so on one little chip, as much as eight million francs have been lost in a single nights play, there is sure to some kind of ruin at the end--human or archi- tecutral. During the big season, the Casino is the focal point at Deauville. The Casino is the great flame that attracts attracts the moths, moths from every clime, moths draped with pearls, glistening with emeralds and dia- mcfhds, all dancing and dining and flirting and spending, spending thousands of dollars, pounds, pesetas, pesetas, francs, marks, their money or someone's else, hoping eternally to break the bank. Here the game is' baccarat, for roulette is forbidden. But baccarat baccarat lures them on. All day long the women at Deauville play, some away from their husbands, some still on the husband chase; others free and secure in the regular remittances of

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner20 Sep 1929, FriPage 10

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)20 Sep 1929, FriPage 10
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