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v Z FRIDAY MORNING THE SH RE VEPORT TIMES APRIL 5. 1929 n NATIOHALKTS i ' ' ., .; Cantonese (perioral Deserts and j Opponents Pour Through , Gap ' ' Hankow. China. April (). Ths Nationalist government was vie tori-oua Thursdsy in IU first serious clash with rebellion t the province!. Wuhan armlee, led by the chiefs ol U Kwangsl military group, collapsed before the had over begun to defend Hankow and were retiring all along tas line.1 Martial law was declared in the city. This result seemed Inevitable when General Feng Yu-shlang, who held the balance of power between the viva armies, remained "on the fence" and Hupeh generals declared thelt neutrality In the quarrel between the Nariklng government and the Saangsl party. , Tha final disaster for the Kwangsl armies- cams Thursday, when . the Cantonese general commanding the ssventh Wuhan division went over to the Nanking causs and left a gap in the Kwsngsl line through which the government forces were pouring Thursday night. .. Nanking troops are expected speedily to reach Hsnkow ss the whole of tut Wuhan forces are retreating In confusion. Thw Nanking government is said to be doing lis utmost to secure the protection of foreigner, but there Is Alarm as to the possible danger from ihs retreating Kwsngsl soldiers. -, ..V o . , Missing Child's Body . Found In Nebraska Gordon. Neb., April 4 (VP). Ths body of Melvln Reeves, six years old, lost tn a snowstorm nesr here three weeks ago. was found Thursday night by a neighbor four miles south of the Reeves ranch. . Earlier in the day a party of high school pupils bad organised a posse to look for the body. On March 13, the boy had gone to a pasture In March of a lost mitten. He never returned. Hundreds of men. including 300 Indiana from the Pine Ridge reservation, had searched days for tho body. Snow 10 feet deep .filled ravines and canyons on the day the child was lost. , . o 40-Y ear-Old Australian . Leads Pyle's Marathon ' Havre De Grace. Md., April 4 (yp). Herbert Hedeman, 40 years old, Australian now living ' in Mew York. Jumped into the lead in C. C. Pyle's "blister brigade" today, finishing first In the 37-mlle lap from . Wilmington, Del., to Havre De Orace. Hedeman covered the lap in 4:44:45 and advanced from fourth place to first In total elapsed time standings. Paul Simpson, Burlington. N. C who had been the leader, finished seventeenth and dropped back to fourth position. Finishing in a tie for second plsca with OUI Wsnntlnen. New York Finn, John Balo, Passaic, N. J., policeman. Strengthened his hold on second place. Balo and Wanntinen ran the Up tn 5:03:82. j BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer SAENGER 1 ". TODAY ONXY 10c-25c 'Passionate Love on a . Tropical Island! 'WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOUTH SEAS" With MONTE BIX " and RAQLEL TORRES COMEDY "NEWS' Venus Theater J I . TODAY ONLY K. 3 COM! Sststwp TODAY ONLY GLENN TRYON and-' S PATSY RUTH MILLER In 2 "HOT HEELS" 8 COMEDY t0c-20c NEWS 3 "The Patsy" BARRY CONNORS . Friday Saturday April Admission $1.50 '3. tfite Its m . , Large Scores Made In Grammar School Games Two one-sided scores resulted In tho second day's play la the "Y" Grammar school baseball league Thursday at Betty Virginia perk. Tbt first gam was bstween South High lands and Alexander, tho former winning 30 to 1. Borne of Alexander's best players were unable to get In the game yesterdsy so the team la expected to make a better showing hereafter. In the second game Park View overwhelmed the Jewella team 30 to 4 by heavy hitting and the steady pitching of Cooper. Two more teams, Barrett and Hops street have entered the league and these teams will meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Betty Virginia for the only game of the day. Loyalty Team Win Indoor Baseball Game A single by Ted Bounds in the ninth Inning with three men en base and two out. gave the Loyalty class of tht Central Christian church a 8 to S victory over the Baptist tsam tn f race for tho church Indoor base-b-ll league Thursdsy night at the local "Y." The contest wu only seven Innings but at the closs of the seventh stanza the score stood at 6 to 6. The Baptist squad scored a run In then naif or tne aevsntn in order to tie the count and they did so when E. Oakss hit a single and on two errors rained third base. A sacrifice by Mc- Nee' scored him. McNeil wss left ou base when J. Oskes filed out to third bsse. vn the opening contest of the program the St. Marks team ran rough shod over the Comrades clasa of the Central Christian church winning. 17 9. St. Marks crew has a hard hit-t ng tsam. Von Porat, Risko Will Meet In Boston Arena M.a, Wnrfc Anrit 4 (nnlvenal Serv. Ics). Under ordinary circumstances, a match between Otto von Porat and Johnny Risko would not excite mors than a snrug or. tne snouiaera sua anninn. . hut these are ntrso'rdlnary days In ths . hesvy. WSlgnt nosing ouiinm. buhuiim coming, with its Bchmellings snd Paulinos and ctnarseya, ana no om to fight them. In consequence, everybody who is anybody In the boxing business wilt be at tho ringside wbsn ths lanky Norwsgtsa and the bouncing Clsvs-lander square off at the Madison Square Garden tn Boston tomorrow night. The profession alone ahould fill up one-quarter of the house. Von Porat has become important. His recen victory over Tom Heeney .iii him tan.nntch card airatnt anyone. Matchmakers and promoters from all over the country were flock ing Into Boston tonignt to irik Dullness with Herr Otto. Von Porat is an 8 to 5 tavorm tn looal betting circles. o Athens Cagers Win In National Tourney Chicago. Ills.. April 4 (e.The Athens, Texss, tsam went into the quarter finals of the national high school basket ball tournament here tonight by defeating Naugatuck, Con., 34 to 31. - - Tho big Texana were complete matters of the situation through practically all the game. Thomsen To Succeed Coach Francis Schmidt Fayettevlllc, Ark., April 4 (IF). Fred C. Thomsen, assistant to Frsncls A. Schmidt, athletic director and head coach at the University of Arkansas, will succeed Schmidt when the veteran leaves for a post with Texaa Christian university, it was announced Thursday. Thomsen Is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and participated In football, baseball and track at the Hunker school. After graduation, he coached, teams at Oothenburg, Neb., high school. Since coming te Arkan-sss. hs hss been head coach of track and assistant In other sports, o San Antonio Indians Get Toledo Intielder San Antonio, April 4 (Pi. The San Antonio Texas league Indians have signed Inlltlder Gilbert Mulleavy of the Toledo American Association club, the Express was Informed tonight in a telegram from Bunlne&s Muunger Conner at Gullport. Miss. Mulleavy played list season with Raleigh of the Piedmont league. Miss Turpie Eliminated , In North-South Tourney Pine hurst. N. C, April 4 (LP) Two women golfers Thursdsy night survived ths formidable opposition of more then 100 other fsmlnlns msshle wielders who Monday salllod forth in quest of the north and south open title, and Thursday they wtu decide the championship between them-elves, Glenna Collett, perennial golftng threat and national champion, by virtue of her thrilling victory Thure-day over Marlon Turpie of New Orleana, will meet Virginia Van Wte of Chicago, who routed Edith Quler of Reading, Pa. Glenna was sxtended to ths limit to eliminate the little southern champion, and did not win until ths last hole. She ahot a brilliant medal round of 78, while Marlon required only two additional etroksa. They played the first nine on even turms In 41. The decisive Inward ouroey w t negotiated by the providence, R. 1., girl in 37, and Ml.is Turpie took a 33. l Miss Van Wis ellmina'eri Miss Qule In the rsther easy Cast. ton of five and three. sssggsBssmssme-mmmmamst WRITE BOX. . Bsminols, Okla., April Das Moines Western league total tested the Chicago White today, o to 4. In the toot witn tne nig league team. ts aag garnered but nine hits off ol Kola heuser and Dsiley. A homo rua ay Wsltsrs, Demon outfielder, with tw on bsses cinched the game. Clancy and Reynolds, Demon players, also accounted for home runs. Meftaln and Dugan worked on ths mound for Chicago and Hoiabauser and Dalsty pitched for Dee Moines. " IE" Donie Bush has had plenty of troubles with his Pittsburgh infield and now it sems that he is due for more alt is not well with "Pie"' Traynor. captain and most valuable member of the Inner works. In a game late last summer, Traynor suffered a hip injury. Unable to get going at training camp thu spring, he underwent an X-ray examination and it i evealed a spinal injury. long rest was prescribed for the Buccaneer vaptun, but a long layoff on Traynor"a part would thoroughly disorganize the Pirates, eo he refused. That Traynor is going to play despite the injury is good ney, : to Pittsburgh fans who regard him as the most popular member of the Pirates. He may not be able to last the season through, and he may.'Ot he able to play 'ith the ability that tas made him as good a third baseman as any in the game today, but his presence alone brightens Pirate hopes. Manager Bush may usi Traynor at shortstop this summer. For the past 10 years he has played third base, but with Shortstop Glenn Wright out of the Buc fold he has been working there. However, should young Stroner fail to please Bush at third base Traynor may be moved back there and another shortstop named from Adams or Bartell, L- sm Tl rMim nit ! LAST. TIMES TODAY STAGE SHOW 3:00 7:30 O N ,T H E 8 T A G E L Y,M 1 E THE MLSltAI. ju ja say's' J M at at CHITTENDEN MELANGE with EDDIE AND Bin COMPANY PRICES A 1 II BARGAIN Wj H Matinees 3Sr Nights SOc Children 10c 0:30 P. M. D A I L V STILWELL Presents MAN I A" i QUAE DEBROW SINGING O I G L O R I AND O V B DANCING PEACHES ADDED HIT: BYRON A FRANCIS: TWO-STEPPI NG KDIs KEN MAYNARD "THE LAWLESS LEG I O N " A G RIPPING, THRILLING WESTERN DRAMA COMEDY NEWS New Show TOMORROW ON THE ST'AGL "ATTA GIRL" iOYFLL MISICAL COMEDY ON THE SCREEN WILLIAM BOYD IN "THE COP-' HEAR Every Character TALK! NEW TALKING SENSATION! HEAR VOICES NEVER BEFORE SCREENED! They ALL TALK! 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