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WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTOM. DELAWARE. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1929 ELEVEN BIGENTR YFOR GLASGOW FIELD TRIALS muiiiiiiiiiiuiiii niinnmminm oiiihiiiiiiiiiiih aimntiiiiiuini iiiiiniimiimiiii Dtavolo and Dr. Billy Score In Day's Turf Features Pointer, Setter Field Trials at Glasgow Today DIAVOLO TAK ES BOWIE HANDICAP Whips William T and Display With Comparative Ease to Cop at Pimiico PTMLICO. Md.. Nov. (AP) On good track. Dtavolo, carrying the silks of the Wheatley stable, scored In a common gallop In the Bowie Handicap at a mile and a nail, here today. The big chestnut "colt, son o: Whisk Broom 2nd, was never to bet ter form and ne showed it by nis easy v .clary He carried 127 pounds, was under stout restraint lor a mile, moved into the lead when ready and simply toyed with his field. It was very popular victory and both horse and jocked received a big hand when they returned to the scales. By ' his victory the Wheatley stable's earnings for the year were increased by $9375. The distance was run in 3:33 1-5. W. E. Caskey, Jr.'s William T. was second and W. J. Slamon's Display was third. The start was good out ot the Banr stall gate and the field was at the post only a minute. - Streamline rushed to the front with Genie second and Bateau third. Display was last and Dvavolo next to last. Passing the stand the first time Bateau led by a head with Streamline second and Geme third. Around the club ; house turn the field flew in the same order but in the back stretch there was a closing up. D.avolo moved up on the outs.de and as they Cashed by the mile pole Diavolo went into the lead and the race was practically over. He increased his advantage to the finish ana won by sis lengths while Wnliam T. beat Display two lengths lor the- place. , The results: FIRST RACfi Purse 11300, claiming;. S-year-o.ds and up, lur.ongs: Sun Chen, S21.30, tB.10, (8.40. won; Spectre, t5.Si, $4. SO, second; Prompter, $5.70, third. Time 1.19. Sturdy, Croyden, Chauanoocnee, Northampton, Dam art Prinee, Mas Breaks, Sr. Hickman, OoJd Piece and Mae Maxim also ran. SECOND BACK Pane !000, The Catan-vttla Steeplechaaa, S-year-slda and ap, twe miles: Author, 910.0V, 4.9, S3-?, won; Lizard. 8.10, $4.00, second; Autumn Bella, ?.(), third. Time, S.59 1-5. Saratof. Endl-c U, Gleeful, Sangamo, Stoney Lonrsome also ran. Santas and Staaey Lonesome fell. THIRD RACE Purse 1300, The Caswell (Pirst Division!, 2-year-oisj, 6 furlongs. Pious. $8.40, 114.30, $3.20, won; Chimney Bweep, $4.00 $3.10, second Forpnry, $5.50, third. Time, 1.14 S-S. First Lady, Banton Rouge, Moine Make Haste, Roko, and OuSle also ran. FOURTH RACE Purse $1300, The 3iyn-tton Handicap, J-year-oids, 1 mile and 70 yards: Sun Shadow, $20. SO, 9U.80, $8.40, von; Electa, $13.20, $5.00, second; Molasses Jane. $3.00, third. Time, 1.45 4-5. Chatover Vandal, Sliver dale and Lieutenant Russell also ran. - FIF1H RACE Pars flO.aoa added. The Bowia Handicap, S-year-oids and P, 1W suilea: Diavate, 4 SO, aa.ao, $2.M, wan; William T-, 60, ISM. second; Display, S2.M-, third. Time. t.3S 1-5. a)Bateaa, Genie, and a)8team Line aiae ran. (a)Mrs. w. M Jeffords entry. SIXTH RAE Purse $1300, (Second Division), 3-year-olds, 6 lurlongs: Ned O., $4.40,. $3.30, $2.60, won; Culloden, $10.70. $9.90, second: Swlnfleld, $3.30, third. Time 1.14. Raccoon, Rain ol Shine, Scared O' Mothln. Malba and Seal also ran. SEVENTH RACE Purse $1300. claiming, S-year-oids and up, 1 1-18 miles: Vacation, .e0, $3.20. $3.0. won; Badger Pace, $24 SO $15.40, second; Ooiden Anger, 4.0, third. Time, 1 49 2-5. Sun Roman, Ruby Keller, Paula L., Play B., Rundale, Dr. Rankin, Blue Darter, Banton and Billy Baughn also ran. Record Field of Leading Dogs Are Entered Cards Defeat Rollers In Night Grid Tilt PROVIDENCE, R. I, Nov. 6 (AP) Ernie Nevers and his Chicago Cardinals defeated the frovld,ence Steam Rollers, 16 to 0, In a floodlight football game, the first ever played In the National Professional League at Insley Park tonight. A crowd of 6900 attended. Nevers was' the all-important factor of the game and figured prominently tn all the scoring. Midway through the second period, he threw , a 45 yard pass to Kassell in the end tone for the first touchdown. A few minut?s later he place-kicked a 23-yard field goal. Then in the fourth period he carried over himself from the three-yard line after a 51-yard Chicago march. pvELAWARE owners of hunting dogs and fanciers In a number of other states will watch with in terest the results of the field trials which will be held at Glasgow tcday, tomorrow and, perhaps, Saturday. The affair, which has attracted wide spread interest In dog circles. Is be ing staged by the Delaware Setter and Pointer Club. Dr. W. E. Harris, of this city, is the president of the organization, having served as its head for about fifteen years. The trials will be open to the public and many dog lovers are expected to he on band to see the performances ot some ot the best pointers and set' ters of the east and the south. The decision of the club officials to hold open entries for the Amateur All-Age Stake until the finish of the running of the Derby clars is expect ed to result In a number of dogs be ing entered on the field during to day. It is urged that anyone navmg a good bird dog enter the competition, as this stake is especially for dogs which have either never been entered in a field meet or have .ailed to win in other contests. All dogs that nave won in the past will be rigidly barred Startine at 10 o'clock this morn ing, the Derby stake will be run This class:fication is fT setters or po nien whelped on or after January 1. 188 Several of these young dogs are ready to Klve a fine exhibition. Followmsr the finish of the Derby, th amateur all-afte stake will be put on. The final event will be the nost-winners all-age stake. In whlcn will be seen sucn now-mes as ueue the Devil, Rock Manor bod, koci Manor Joe and Rock Manor 5ica. Belle the Devil is of the string of Rumson Farms, in New Jersey, wh.ie the Rock Manor entries are ownea by Dr. Harris. ' The trials will be held In a 125 acre bird field, which la a part of the recently established game pre serve of the Delaware Setter and Pointer Club. This preserve is said to be the only one in the country which is under the control of a dog club. The land is well stocked witn Bob White quail and many small game an mals. The duPont com nany has contributed 100 ring-neck ed pheasants from tne aufont, experimental game farm at Carney's Point, N J. These birds are expected to multiDly to such an extent that the overflow from the big game preserve will furnish good hunting in adjacent territory within the next few years. DR. IMS" LATON!AFEATURE Whips Mutual Friend and Wood River in The Amsterdam Johnny Ball May Replace Len Ta;seer PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 6 (AP) Len Tanseer, University of Pennsylvania first-string end, participated in a tt ef line scrimmage today and turned his right ankle. Tanseer, who Is expected to be the keystone of the Pennsylvania basketball team this coming season. Is a six-footer. Earlier In the year he spran-f . nis ankle and was compelled to remain on the side lines for two weeks. Dr. Arthur Light, team physician today said he was not so certain Tanseer will be able to start against Slate College here next Saturday. If not Bill RaffeL of Oamden, N. J., or John Ball, of Wilmington. DeL. in all probability the former, will take the injured player's place. Penn players, oddly enough, are not as optomistic over next Saturday's game as they were the Navy contest which Penn won. State College always manages to flash a brillian performance on Franklin Field. Columbia Drills For Tilt With Colgate NEW YORK. Nov. 6 (APK One-hour of heavy offensive drill against the freshmen was the work dealt out to the Columbia varsity today as it prepared for the Invasion of Colgate Saturday. In a lengthly signal drill, following the battering of the yearlings. Coach Charles Crowley alternated Edling and Voorhees at left end. Lislander and Joyce at quarterback and Scott and Moshser at left half tn an effort to locate a logical starting candidate for the three position. The Colgate team Is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. ' 1 LATONIA. Ky., Nov. 6 (AP) The sport today was given over almost entirely -to claiming affairs, which, however, were hotly contested. The form players were in tl.eif element a rule. The feature, the Amsterdam, an allowance affair, was won by the" French Lick stable's Dr. Billy, with Mutual Friend, from L. C. Younz's stable.-' second, and Wood River, from jf. F. Prltchard's stable tVilr-rt ': The event had a net value of $900 to the winner which covered the distance in 1.20 flat. Dr. Billy rewarded his backers at $12.30. Dr. Billy, away fast, was rated along In closest contention to the stretch, where he crowded his way through Mutual Friend and won by a length. Mutual Friend was sent into the lead right after the start, held on gamely and but for being crowded by the winner, might have won. He was second by four lengtns over Wood River. The latter,( racing well up, was forced back sharply on the far turn, but came strongly when clear and was up to take the small end of the purse. FIRST RACB Purse $1200. claiming. S- year-olds and up, 6 furlongs: Governor Pratt, $5.64, $3.04, $2.18. won; Crestwood, $3.53, $2.40, second; Estln. SJ.S6. third. Time. 1.20 3-5. Manuelita, My Hobby, Tom Cagrwin. and M!ss Jlmb',1 also ran. - SECOND RACE Purse $1200. claiming. -year-olds and up. lurlongs: Rio Panchita. 6.74 $2.78, $2.42. won: Tannic, $2.58. 12 28 ' second; Kustal Khan, $3.24. third. Time. 1.30. Master Maid, whisk win. Gettysburg, Americon, Linda Archer also ran. THIRD RACE Purse $1200, 2-year-old maiden fillies, 1 mile: Pig Leaf. $3.96. $2.82 $3.10. won; Taystee, $3.04, $2.44, second; Lunacy, $2.64, third. Time. 1.51 3-5. Interior, Prineesa Era and Count Down also Bowling BANKERS' DICKfIN LEAGUE STATS TAX DEPARTMENT Rice 104 86 73 383 Kession 73 M 88 244 Truss 68 8 76 341 Koffler 78 105 87 348 Parry 132 127 87 148 Total 493 801 1881343 CENTRAL BANK Ollt 73 64 78 315 Brtdia S3 S3 Ungerbuehler 73 66 138 Calloway 118 77 103 298 McKinnoa 62 12a 85 272 Cherrlcka Sit 138 117 137 TEXAS RACING GETS UNDER WAV Totals 38S 77 4481313 EQUITABLE TRUST CO. McDowell 4 133 141 188 Dullng 8 IIS 113 328 Carney 85 124 124 133 McLeod 83 88 113 388 Ray lit 100 87 lis Total 483 S61 587- WTLMINGTON TRUdT CO 1631 Wright 1J8 106 101 365 Bancroft 107 101 S07 Wier , 81 78 100 25i Hausine 14 150 ill tot McConneU ISO 142 IIS 418 Total 853 175 5281756 FEDERAL TAX OFFICE Harrington 64 71 88 323 Rlc 65 83 59 312 K-ng 88 82 101 281 Hartmaa ........... 116 aa lis na Thomas Kg 135 108 343 Total 451 478 492 1331 SECURITY TRUtfi CO. 67 88 81 236 Houston 117 8s 52 2S5 Cower 122 -64 117 323 Canon .. 7 63 85 337 KeUeiier . 2 122 si m Arlington Downs Meet Without Wagering Opens; Quick Return Triumphs AKUNGTCN DOWNS RACE 1BACK. Tex.; Nov. 6 (AP) The apon nere got off to a good start with the running of the Inaugural Handicap, a seven furlongs run for norses or au ges. Quick Return, from Miss D. Par vna siaoie, making his first start since racing at Jovington, was first to pass under the wire after a good ride by M. Knight. Mix Up and Prince Pat, from the Three D's stable accounted for second and third places, respectively. Steve rvrnnnn had the leg up on Prince Pat, while O. Laidley rode Mix Up. The race was run in 1.28 1-5. It had a net value of 90C to the winner. Quick Return, slightly outrun early moved up fast entering the stretch and drew out to lt, by three lengths. Mix Up alternated In making and forcing the pace with Jack Haskel, but could not withstand the fast fin-insh of the winner and was second by two lengths over his stable mate Prince Pat. Tie latter rac vs.r.io in third position throughout Jark Haskel tired badly after leading to the stretch and finished far back in eighth position. There was no warerins- nn tH re sults. The weather was cloudv ani track slow. the Total 417 443 436 1356 BESCILES LEAGUE ROSIN Car i7 S4 1An ... Oevinm 120 lau 145 385 Taylor 120 133 132 38t Sen SlltS ............ 18:1 17.4 3in uft McK 1.4 179 18 J 55u Total 77 757 1442375 RED H. Cooper 174 Ul 145 sni. Staving 130 ... i4 agll Jooes lo lta 143 ari narawica 221 12u 341 Shally 123 us Sni nu Clayton 184 12o 304 Total.. 878 823 7553456 INTALLIBLK newea 157 138 187 4M "oetu 15$ 174 153 4 White ., 187 155 l.S ill Jackson 147 ... i 2b B nanagan 160 184 14 4 auen 126 ... 126 Total... 837 777 SHARPSHOOTERS 8002384 Wahl . Weldin Whaiey ....... Massey ........ Borem ...... Total........ Kelly ... Palfrey . OrMfltha Simmon Blind ... Total. ... 175 167 138 480 .... 2M 169 lo3 27 .... 138 150 120 406 .... 156 149 153 45) .... 150 145 168 463 .... 123 780 7303333 CELLULASE 128 152 165 446 .... ..... 177 147 161 485 148 199 174 521 156 155 193 504 ...120 12 120 160 730 773 8132316 HERCOAL Le 120 151 148 420 Mason 120 120 Jones 183 193 132 i2t Muuiolland 144 161 148 a.vi uoraie 138 169 164 474 aacvey 130 160 29 b Totals 703 804 7733283 TURPENTINE Kennerley 144 190 igo sit Nagler us 133 150 42 Lautenkloa 191 163 177 621 Smith 132 192 172 49 Whitehead .. 160 163 153 465 Total 763 840 8332435 HERCOMXTE Good .... 191 148 158 49'. Gibson 120 120 124 364 Berry 162 130 140 432 Darlington 122 144 145 411 Wodliey 149 170 188 607 Totals..... 744 712 755 2211 HEaCrLES r.IRLS' Dt'CKS EVANS Burton 7 ilmore ................................ 50 Malone ................................... 54 Wearer 53 Clark 60 Evana 73 Hurlock 54 Total ..............421 MURRAY Murray 73 Reese 7 Ferguson m ..........117 Bonwill ....................... ........i. 67 Armstrong , 50 ind 100 ."" RACE Claiming, three-year-old. and uo. liooo. t r. ...... ' HZ?TJ t'.""' .Br;0,P- ond: Kin? Halma" ...a i-a. uiDOoiu. Hearts 7 J . nou- Junior-s Nurse, atormy Port. Bull Pun. Uonn'i OLn-'v, t Verdevale. Mike McDonough, San An'onio also ran. DERELICT YACHT FOUND NEW YORKER'S PROPERTY Owner Hears Crew Left Ship In Sinking Conditions NEW YORK, Nov. 6. (AP). derelict schooner yacht report t. sighted 16 miles off Barnegat, N. J. tonight was Identified a short time later as the property of Frederic P, Humphreys, New Vork Yacht broker, Mr. Humphreys said he had been notified that its crew of two men had abandoned it In a sink'ng condition early today off Atlantic City. N. J., and had rowed a-hore. Mr. Humphreys, who is head of the Humphreys Shipbuilding Corporation tt Keyport, N. J, said his yards at Keyport received a message this morning from the coast guard at Atlantic City saying Captain Jensen of the Gray Goose, the dere lict schooner yacht, had reached there with h s assistant by boat. The message said the two men had reported the yacht sinking, but gave no account of what had happened to it. Jensen, the message said, report ed that one of the yacht's small boats was 'lost" on Tuesday night and that they rowed ashore In the other. NEGRO WOMAN ELECTED TO BOARD OF EDUCATION CLEVELAND, Nov. 6 (AP). A daughter of negro parents who were born, reared, and married In slavery, Mrs. Mary Brown Ma. tin, tonight held the honor of being the first negro to be elected to the Cleveland Board of Educa ion. with votes from only 12 precincts of yesterday's elec tion uncounted. Mrs. Martin was leading her nearest opponent by more than 3000 votes. Mrs. Martin, born in Raleigh, N. C, 50 years ago, not only Is well educated herself, but comes from an unusual negro family. Of her six brothers two are doctors, two are lawyers and two are dentists. She herse'.f has been a school teacher In Cleveland and In the South for sev eral years and Is a graduate of the Cleveland School of Education. Of Mrs. Martin s four children, one is a junior at Ohio State University, one a freshman at Western Reserve and a third is in high school. I am proud that my parents were "he ! horn In alavcrv ' Mrs. Mlrtln said. because of what they achieved. Sera tchedCri tie. Mars. Chance. Champ De Total 474 Flanagan ... Missimer Harrington . Bradley .... McCullough Horgan BUnd Total ...... McCULLOUGH . 59 . SI . 72 . 72 . 56 . 81 . SO 432 SECOrm RACBClalmlng. 61000. 3-year-':lont-Prerred. Won; P.qute second: Thelma L. third. Time 1 14 8-5 Lady eeth. Eirceaa. Baaea": Dixie Darllna. Natal Mill. Engene OSul-Utst also ran. THIRD RACE Claiming. 8100. th-ee-on. won: point Loma. second: Mat Hun-year-o'ds and ap. furlonn Simon Renter, third. Time 116. Tommy Lad. Magdalene. Bocaratone. Nif'y Nltie, Kukul also ran. " Kukul left at the post. ' Scratched Short Price. FOURTH RACE Inaugural. Handicap, purse 31200. all ages, seven furlona Quick Return, won: aMia-Up. second: yo 1 Mint. Smring Princess. Sun Ood -A-eiO' -S-I Si t emti pjim. lad asuj,i Sankan. jrk H'kell also ran. a)Three D' Entry. Beached THeae. FTFTH RACE Claiming. purse 11000. "ree-years-oId in up. six fur!ont Prank o. won; dWalkikl. second; Lor Dor-alas. thtrd. Time 1.17. Ob-a. Mavor Walker. King at Arms. Talledeaa. Top Cook. Mis. Les'er. Al Sabath. Broomoney Somers Gale. Weathervane, Dodle Lleght. Hotzln also ran. Too Cook wlthirewn after rtJine. to Txt. Scratched Well Turned. Athrr. Ooiden Laura. SIXTH RACBClalmlng. nurse 11000. 4- year-o'd and up. one mile and a six teenth CroiMartanls. won. Jim Bell, second. Open Hand, third. Time 1 51 2-5. Rus- ell Gardner. Swet Mand?. Seventeen Sixty. Jarone'te. Parole II. Btoneaee. Al ma. Tecate, Turauoise. Uncle Jay also ran. ecratcneo colonel campus. Villinova Will Miss Two Regular Players VILLINOVA, Pa., Nov. 6 (AP) Jack Highfield. third string right half back and Tom Connelly, fullback, ap pear to be the only two men Coach Stuhldreher of Vlllanova College will not have ava'lable to use In the Buck-nell football game next Saturday at Scran ton. Highfield has a recurrence of an old shoulder injury and probably will not be used. His speed may be sorely missed as he is the fastest man on the squad. Connelly will not play any more this season, a broken bone in his right leg has relegated him to tne sidelines. The remainder of the team Is In great conlit on. , Gillespie will be at his old post in the backfield. Johnny was held out of the Oglethorpe game to allow his injured elbow an addi tional rest period. It is Coach Stuhldreher's Intention to start hli second stringers. Their showing in the other imes warrants this conf dence. Offensively they are almost on i par with the varsity, it is only with the other team holding tne ball that they lack the regulars strength. MAN LOSES BY A NOSE DURING DRY AGENTS' RAID PEORIA, HI., Nov. 6. (AP). Fred Jones played hide and seek with prohibition agents last night and lost by a nose. The game started when tha ra;rfre in ihs cufeA nf rttwlr hunters, poked the nose of their boat Ween" vis':t tbe'ardi?e hme inm Kovon m i Tsianri rinum river i ew d-ys after the divorce was from Pfnria Jonfi? tnnlr thpm li. i granted. DIVORCED MOTHER DESIRES CHILDREN Mrs. Franklin Hardinge Ac cuses Divorced Husband of Illegally Keeping Sons Charges Sergeant Troy Weems Offered to 'Ransom' Boys to Mr. Hardinge KNOXV7XLE, Term.. Nov. 6. (AP) Charges of attempted blackmail. extortion and broken marriage con tracts were exchanged today :n the court battle to decide whether Norman and Troy Weems, Jr., shall remain In custody of their grandpar ents, tenant farmers, near here, or in the Chicago home of their wealthy stepfather. The six and eight-year-old boys were led from the court room when their mother Mrs. Fanklin Hard inge, took the stand to accuse their father and her divorced husbanf. sergeant Troy weems. of accepting money upon his promise to deliver the children to her. After her testimony was conclud ed Judge H. B. Webster overrulrd a motion to dismiss th; suit, and ad journed hearing until next Tuesday Mrs. Hardinge, seeking to take the children from Weems' parents. Mr and Mrs. Jos ph Weems, also charged that they offered to "ransom" the boys to her present husband." If he would give them $5000 In cash." Counsel for Weems, here on leave from Fort Benning, Oi., replied to her charge he had visited the Hardinge home and accepted $525, by asking: "Isn't it true that Mr. Hard!nge paid that money to Sergeant Weems to keep Sergeant Weems from suing because you had remarried while you were still manried to Weems?" 'Tt Is not," she answered. The next i icstion was whether she me. Hareinse while she was cashier in a Mismi, Fla., cafe and married him last year, before she was divorced from Weems. She saki t Nashville attorney told her she was "automatically dlvo-ced" from Weems because they had been separated 13 months. Mrs. Hardin-re te-tled she and Hardinge lived apart while Ann Livings on, Oklahcma dancer, sued him for breach of promise, and remarried after a Nashville co"rt hd tflvorced her from Weems. She said WORLD BANK GROUP BANSSUPERVISION Refuses to Control Deliveries in Kind in German Reparations Payments Suggestion is Made That Certain Nations May Lose Interest Altogether BADEN-BADEN, Germany, Nov. 6 (AP)The conference for establish ment of an International settlements bank tonight after long debate de cided that It should have nothing to do with supervision of deliveries In kind In German reparations pay ments. They Informed the deliveries In kind committee that any supervisory function Is incompatible with the spirit of the International bank. JUDGE ASKS SPEED IN G ASTONIA TRIAL Testimony Proves Corroborative of Story Told By Previous Witness Cripple Says He Saw Whieler Fire Shot Into Truck G ASTONIA, N. C, Nov. . AP). . Witnesses before Judge Pender A. McElroy, sitting as a committing' magistrate in the invest. gation of the death of Mrs. Ella May Wiggins today pa sed through the witness box to give evidence largely corroborative of that given the first day of evidence taking. The chief Incident of the day oc curred this afternoon when the Judge, plainl? irk:d by the long and tedious cross-examination by attorneys of IS Should the deliveries In kind com- I m:n held on bench warrants on mlttee decided that the supervision f DcpiTtZ hitherto exercised by the reparations I that the examinations be srjeeded uo. committee must b. continued in some The ludze . is sitting in a SDec.al form, then It will be up to the sec-! hearing In an effort to bring out evl- ond Hague conf -r:nce on reparations dence to point out the slayer of the to wrestle with the problem. The . woman who was killed when an anti- committee was visibly depressed by Communist mob chased a group of the decision of the conference and Bessemer City men and women mem-wrnt straight to d'mand when the bers of the National Textile Work- next train left for Parts, where their I ers' Union out of Gastonla and bade hijackers and was ready to defend the Isle when Informed they were federal agents. Then he invited them ashore. The raiders discovered a 500-gallon still, arrested three men and looked arcund for Jones. He had vanished, The investigators Jumped into boats and lowed abou', flashing lishts over the water. A beim of light flashed on a nose protruding from the water Eereath it was Jones, lying in the shallow water, weighted down by is heavy clothes and apparen ly rlid to be dragged from his icy niding place to a warm Jail. STUDENT PILOT PLUNPS 50 FEET TO HIS DfjATH HASBROTJCK HEIGHTS, N. J.. Nov. 6 (AP) Henry Forgeits, a student pilot, plunged 50 feet to his de3th at Teteboro Airport today. The plane in which he was flying with an instructor h't a downward current of air wh.le banking. Lieutenant G. W. West, official of a new standard fMng service, who was flying with Forgeits, piloted the plane to the ground. Two versions of the accident were given police. ' W'tnesses on the Mrs. Hardinge said Weems signed an agreement bind'ng him to del'ver the children if his parents agreed. He asserted he signed an agreement binding him not tb sue H3'x31ne-Mrs. Hardinge denied that and Weems announced, outside the court room, that "slr.ee she denies it 111 sue Hardinge anyway." cessions are neld. M. A. Traylor, American delegate had attempted to compromise on the problem. He submitted a meror- rand'-m in which he said that under the Young plan the bank could not escape a certa'n amount of respon sibility of svpervls'on and suggested that It could appoint a committee outside its director oate for such a soecial purpose as suoervislnng deliveries in k'nd. Although there seemed general support In priciple for his suggestion it failed of adoption becaouse of the zeal of the conference to keep the bank out of politics. The possibility now exists that certain governments, notably Great Britain, which is not strong for the international bank, msy lose lntere altogether or suggest politcal c- trols which may prove embarrasing to the bank and run counter to iae Young plan. 'FLYING AMBULANCE' CARRIES SICK WOMAN PAIR LOOT PAWN SHOP, ESCAPE WITH JEWELS BUFFALO, N. Y.. Nov. 6 AP. A revolve duel in whi?h a girl bandit was a central figure exciied the Sneca street paxn sUop district tonight. The girl and l.er companion bo h wounded, marie the'r escape in an automobile, taking wi'h them a tray of jewels vplucd al several thousand dollars. The couple, all smiles, entered the store of Max Kantrowitz and asked to be shown engagement rings. While the proprietor was taking the rings from the safe, they covsred him with automatics. After he had thrown up his hands, the girl kept him cov ered while her male companion took from the safe a tray of Jewelry, A passerby witnessed the holdup thrcugh the window and notified Her ALBUQTJEQUE. N. M., NNov. 8 CAP). The mission of an ambulance used as a "flying ambulance" to carry a s'ck passenger who could not have withstood a train Journey seemed successful tonight. On their return here tonight Pilot Bill Cutter and Bert Elackmore reported Mrs. Mary Craft, 69 years old, reached the end of the air trip from here to Sti-Vford, Tex., In better physical condition than she was at the beginning of the flight. The aged patlsnt, snug in a specially prepared cot In the cabin monoplane, slept throughout the Journey the pl'ot sni his companion s?ld and not even the larding rt Stratford pxifeened her. She was awakened 'o be taken from the plane by her son. A Z. Craft, of Strtford. and a physician there said her breathing was good and "very likely better than when she left Albu- qrerque toward Eessemer City September 14. The party in a truck had started to attend a Communist meeting In South Gastonia. Saw Shot Fired The heailng yesterday produced & witness, B. L. Case, who swore that Horace Wheeler, a Loray Mill worker, fired the shot. Case said that ho saw the shot fired and Immediately afterward, Mrs. Wlsg.ns fell. Today several wi nesjes told of seeing? Wheeler at the scene of the occurrence and some of them said he had a pistol. Oniy one of them, however, said he saw him fire. Only three witnesses were heard this morning. The first witness, Charl.s Swops, asserting that he -aw I H. Thompson approach the trusls at a traffic lUcht In Gastonia and talk to the driver. Thompson has been accused by several witnesses of having ordered the driver to turn back Swope also pointed out Wheeler ami" Fred T. Morrow as men he saw on Highway No. 2 shortly after the truck in which they were riding collided with a car driven by Morrow. Julius Fowler, a one-legged man the seiond witness, asserted that he saw Wheeler fire a shot Into the truck. He asserted the shot was fired an instant before the truck and car collided. Case had. testified that it was fired an instant after the collision. Fleeing Men Fired On Fowler also said that he saw a number of men shooting at fleeing men. He said he started back to Gastonia where he had boarded the truck as it was turned toward Bessemer City, and that Wheeler stopped him and forced him to go to a car where another man was sitting. Later Wheeler took him to a second car, entered and drove away and left the cripple standing in the road. Fowler said that he recognized Wheeler in the street here for the first time two or three weeks ago. He said he asked two men to tell him who the man he pointed out waa and that both had said Wheeler. "MV rlrsft'c Triv:!rlflrui hpr de spa're'd cf her life unless she were; He identified Wheeler in the aurt mmmro a nn oWhlrta hilt HlCT I ground declared Forgeits, a Hudson : man Cheiffetz. a pawnbroker next county policeman, who was p'loting idoor. The latter, revolver in hand the dual-controlled ship, climbed : cams upon the pair as they hurried ran. FOURTH RACB Purse $1200. J-year-old maiden nlilts, 1 mile: Susan's Sister. $9.40. $5.26. $4. S3, won; Hannah Biack $10.26. $6.00, second: Pin On. $7.SS. third. Time. . S3 4-5. Miss Sudduth, Little Rumpus, Royal Beauty, and Carry Me also ran. FIFTH RACE- Purs $1200, claiming. S-year-olds anr ap, 1 1-18 miles: Duelist, $5.74, ti tt. $3 0. won: Big Sandy '$3 18, $3.4$, aeeond; Roxie Wei del. $3.80. third. Time. 1 6$ 4-5. High Btonn and Spotlight also ran. SIXTH RACK Purae $1200. The Amsterdam. 1-yaar-olds, allowances. furlongs: Dr. Billy, $12.30. $4.80. $4.04, -woo: Mutual FneEd. $4.28. $2 S8 second; Wood River, 4.SS. third Time, 1.20. Billy Champ. Fiy-iitg Ambasador, Prince Mexican. A.abuia P ay Child and OH Cally also ran. SEVENTH RACB- -Purse $1200. claiming. 3-vear-o'ds 1 1-18 miles: Happy Hanley $11.08, 15 M. $3.12. won: Dollaire. $23.48. $S.8. second: Woodaain. $2.42. third. Time 1 07 4-5. Tommy NucaoSsa Boy. Lamkin Flashing Oem and Mad Star also raa. HAROAN Brown !; Rogers 7 Jones " 53 Boherty 54 Horgan. ... Buckaioo .................. . n Total. .487 8HUsfAr C?nw 120 Shumar M Stroud 87 Brennan ., SO Kennedy ...!!"!!" 12 Total 48 , HAGAH Hagan ......... . . Jarrell ".11"!""' Wilson ............. Hill Papperman ... "' Bi nd ' Total .37$ Shikat Easy Winner NEW YORK, Nov. 6, AP Dick Shikat, German wrestler, who has been recognized as champion by the New York and Pennsylvania Athletic Commissions, won his second match within a week tonight in short order. He required only one minute and 16 seconds to throw George Ha-gen. of Brooklyn, in their match at Podge wood Grove. Bill Roper Shakes Up Princeton Grid Squad PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 6 (AP) Coach Bill Roper made a radical change in the Princeton backfield lineup today in the Tigers' first practice of the week. Sam Levine, a former guard who tips the scales at 201 pounds, was sent to fullback and Zundel was sent to halfabck to re place the injured Trix Bennett. Witt-mer and Carey still held the other posts. The Tigers 'had one of their rare scrimmage sessions, ending the drill with 25 minutes of lively action. Signal drill, tackling and work on breaking up passes occupied the Test of the time. Roper was enthusiastic about the showing Levine made at interference In the scrimmage. j Cornell Worki For ' j i Western Reserve Game ITHACA, N. YL Nov. 6. (AP) loi- neU buckled down to hard scrim mage today in preparation for the Weste Reserve game. Coach Gil Doiie sent thr first and second elevens through a long drill and ttie gloomy mentor made plain to th-red players that he is lot underesti mating the strength of the Ohians. Four members of the squad are staging a tight battle for two po sitions. Tullar and Hackstaff re fighting it out for the left guard post, t le Handleman and Kanich make a sterneous bid for a regular1 berth in the bakfield. Scrimmage will be in order again Thursday after which Cornell will take it easy until the game. from his seat, balanced for an in stant on one wing, and then dropped t the ground Lieutenant West, said his student stood up on the cockpit to ask questions pertaining to the operation of the plane and was thrown out .of his seat when the craft banked and rocked as it struck the air dump After an investigation Bergen county air police and county detectives declared the mishap was un avoidable. Johnny Hurley Beats Olson By 100 to 58 Johnny Hurley scored his fifth straight victory in the Aldine pocket biiLard tournament last night, de feating Johnny Olson, 100 to 58. Hur ley had a high run of 15, while Ol sons best string was 13. Hurley leads the tourney with five wins and no defeats Bill MUburn Is second with four wins and one defeat. Charley Cella and Willie Fuccello meet in tonight's match at 8.30 o'clock. British Actress Engaged LONDON, Nov. 6 (AP). The en gagement of Raymond Massey, actor and thea rical director, to Miss Adrianne Allen, one of the prettiest of the younger British actresses, was announced today. The wedding probt- aoiy will take place In London next week. Raymond Marsey is a brother of Vincen.. Masrey, Canadian minister at Washington- Camden Defeats Kennett Square PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Nov. 6 The largest crowd since the days of the old Eastern League, witnessed the opening of the basketball season in Camden tonight when Camden easily defeated Kennett Square by a score of 35 to 23. Camden completely outplayed Kennett Square at all times during the battle. . $100,000 Jewelrv Theft ANDERSON, Ind., Nov. 6. (AP) Two men and a woman escaped with diamonds and other jewelry valued at $100,000 after holding up L. E. Roos, local jeweler, in his store two blo?ks from the police station here late today. The jeweler said he to their waiting automobile. In the exchange of shots which followed, the robbers succeeded in gaining their car, where the girl continued to shoot at Che ffetz while her companion made efforts to start the machine, In doing which he had diffi culty. The girl was shot, apparently in the face, and slumped forward. As the car pulled away the driver was hit in the shoulder. He was able, however, to pull into a busy street and the car lost Itself in heavy traffic PILOT FORCED TO LEAP WHEN MAIL PLANE BURNS RINGTOWN. Pi., Nov. 6 AP- An air mail plane crashed and burn' ed near here today forcing the pilot to make a parachute leap to save his life. An undetermined amour of currency was destroj-ed. The pilot. Thomas P. Nelson, North Pla'nfield, N. J., was transporting a consignment of mall from Cleveland to Hadley Field, Newark, N. J. H's National Air Transport plane caught fire while flying between Numedia and Rlngtown early this morning. He attempted to land at the R'ngtown Airport, emergency ladnin? field on the air mail route but finding tht the plane would fall before he cou'd reach the field, veered it over the Schuylk'll County Mountains to avoid a poslble disaster or property , loss from a crash in a powlated srea. After falllni? to rut out the fl3mes with a fire extinguisher. Nelson made mrachute lean, landing tn a cornfield three miles from here. The machine fell a half mile away. jsaid she would have been unable to survive the 17-hour journey by train and automobile to Stratford. PRINCE MAXIMILIAN, EX-CHANCELLOR, DIES CONSTANCY, Baden, Germany, November 6 AP) Prince Maximilian von Baden, last imperial German chancellor, and heir to the giand duchy of Baden, died here today at 5.45 a. m. He was 62 years old. Prince Maximilian hid been ailin for a year from arterial trouble. About three weeks ago he had a far indoors and broke two ribs, neces-sitatine removal from Salem Castle h' home, to the municipal hospital, where his condition "grew rapidly worse. Prince Max, as he was more widely known was called to the Imperial chancellorship in the closing days of the World War, October 5, 1918. At that post he negotiated with Pres'dent Wilson and the allied lead ers the terms under which the armis tice finally was granted, and he an nounced to the German people the abdication of the Kaiser. POLICEMAN WHO PROPvD 'SUICIDE' IS DISMISSED WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 (API- Robert J. Allen, the policeman who made a single-handed attempt to have the McPherson case classed as a murder after a coroner's Jury had listed it among suicides, was ordered dismissed from the police force to day for insubordination and con duct unbecoming an officer. The police trial board found him guilty after fifteen minutes of de liberation $ er evidence that had been capped bv a declaration from the defiant Allen that: "If you ac quit me you will be suspended tomorrow. Allen, whose charges grew out of a threat he made to Investigate the district attorney's office, defended himself. M'T'ran t er Dla MEXICO CTY. Nov. 6 (AP) El Universal Orafico reported today that Estean Garcia, one of the mos-. pDiilar Mexican bu1,fl'hters. had died at Morelia In the state of MfhoacTi from peritonitis which set In after he was gored. Lat of Bordallo) Family Dies LISBON," Portugal, Nov. 6. (AP Columbano BordalH Pinhe'ro. well- knovn portrait, oainter, d'ed tonierht at the aire of 80 years. He was the 7 f - V - - - . . . IT o"ii..njr, Ul.ill r-i KJi. , CLIIlvSI,, reecimizea tne men as navmg been Bordallo family which had given in the store recently to purchase a Ptugal and Brazil many works of $400 diamond. art. BROWNSON ASSOCIATION AWARDS MANY PRIZES The annual card party of th Brownson Library Association was held last night in Brownson Ha". Fourth and Jackson streets, when euchre, five hundred and bingo were played and prizes given to the winners. Cards started at 8 o'clork and after the game, dancing .s -.' oyed with music furnished by Ray Wilkinson and his Midshipmen. The committee in charge was composed of Paul Shockley, Frank Dauphin, Clifford Walker, M. Sullivan, J. Heddan and Thomas Brand. Fowler testified on cross-examina tion that he had been In court a number of times and that he had served 60 days for failure to sup port his wife and family. Women Voters Study international Cooperation Members of the New Castle League of Women Voters met yesterlay morning at the home of Mrs. Albert Rothch'ld, 1910 Baynard Boulevard. where they studied the question of 'International Cooperation." The group considered at length the prob lems of the Pan-American Treaty. The group will have charge of the . program of the regular meeting or the entire organization to be held on November 25. The women are planning to present a sketch at this ses sion entitled. "Mrs. Public Opinion Entertains Guests," through they will present the result of their studv of the Pan-American Treaty and the World Court. The promt will hold Its next meet- Ins next Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Roth- child. The new members' study rtouo me on Tuesday mornlnar at the League neaaquarters. 906 West Ninth street. where the women studied the histoid and policies of the Leaeue. Thev will meet train next Tuesday morning at 10 o'cJo-k to study organization and1 admin'strat'on. It Is announced by the officers that; all women interested in the work of this group make arrangements for attending. ' INJURFH S'STFRS DIE FEW MINUTES APART One Ph'Iarfelphia OI- HalHwe'ea Victim, Ofher Hit By Auto PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 6 (AP) In'uries receivel in accident caused the deaths within a few m!nut?s of each oth?r todav of Helen Shaw, it. ira ner sister, Etnel, 7. wen's dtH was f- rrseric cll- r"Px of an evening of Hallowe'en fun ivtnei was run down by a motor car while cross'nr the street near her hrrt last n'srht. He'en, drever as a cat. was struck ovt the hed. oolice said, bv a boy swinging a stkir filled with stone. "Tit went to school the next day, but had a relare. A internal hemor rhage caused her death. Col. PhPHn Heron Solclde PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 6. (AP) Col. Phillip Heron. 49. army reserve offl-er attached to the quartermaster depot here, committed sukrde by hanging at his home today. He waa a veteran or the Spanish-American and World Wars.

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