The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 29, 1937 · Page 7
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1937. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERS10WN, MARYLAND. SEVEN f>ti)®®i>i><i>(i)<»®®i)®®i>®i>**t«*®^ I Happenings Of The Day Told In Pictures ASSOCIATED PRESS PICTURE NEW c A LIBERAL IN WAR. torn by forces which surround her family, is portrayed by Actress Ethel Barrymore in a new Broadway play, "The Ghost of Yankee Doodle." A LEATHER LUGGER. ROSEBOWL B O U N D is California's hard-drivjng halfback, Sam Chapman (left), shown going places in a big way in the annual "Big Game" against Stanford.which resulted this year in victory for the Golden Bear? and the right to play an outstanding eastern opponent in Pasadena New Sear's Day. In this unusual action picture, three Stanford tacklers are attempting to bring do-.vn the brilliant Berkeley back. MORE THAN FUR AND FINERY surrounding Britain's royal welcome to young King Leopold of (he Belgians (left) was attributed by observers to the political and commercial importance of his official visit lo London. Here he rides with the Duke of Kent (right) lo receive the Lord Mayor's welcome. : *E>BARKED HIS WAY TO G LO R Y andabright red medal. Early one morning in Chicago, Tober, alert little terrier, smelled smoke in the room. So insistent a barking and whining he set up, that his master and mistress and many other residents of the apartment building awoke in time to extinguish a fire. So the Illinois •>B*-«!?6^( Humane Society awarded him the badge. FOR TIRED EYES. strained by hours of scanning volumes at London's famed Sunday Times book exhibition, Diana Mannering, beauty winner, offered relief. •?F,Ot)R; R.USiS I A' ; S F.L YING ,¥OLG A.,B-OA,T f HWEHfc*i, monster clipper ship, larg- ;7«st ever constrnrteil in America, was launched itttheGlennH.jM»rtin company's Baltimore plant. :;-Roiim for 48 passengers is provided in the air leviathauiwhose 63,OW pounds are borne on a wing span V of<H7 feet. 1 Its four 1,000 horsepower motors are capable of carrylng-the ship at a speed of'140 miles an hour from New York to Moscow non-stop. GERMANY'S A C E of speed in the air is Chief Engineer Wurster (above) of the Bavarian Motor Works who recently flew a land plane at 381 miles per hour. i H E B AJtT'L'EtS,, ILLNESS to cairy on the papal duties. 11 ' Here"isj an exclusive Associated! Fress photo of Pope Pius Xf, his TfHjE .OLD FALLS, THE NEW RISES as balloons most recent portrait?, which shows clearly the strain recent poor burst'into the news. Top is an old "sausage" type hag which broke health'h'as'imposed'upon him Just a year ago thei pontiff was cnli- away and was'wrecked in eastern France. Bottom'is the iT?S. ArmVs 'cally ilirbut rallied against great odds. . away and was'wrecked in eastern France. Bottom' is the U; S. Army's new motorized type being tested'successfully FIRST AID TO DOCTORS is this new microscope with lamp attached, invented by Dr. ,T. Pick of Vienna. During operations human organs can be seen, enlarged 700 times. BACK H 0 M E in the U. S. is Screen Actress Marlene Dietrich after a tour of Europe in which she omitted Germany, where she was described as a "traitor." ANOTHIR GHOST GALLOPS the gridiron* of nil•oh, tan jrfan after "Red" Grange, He to Wild Mil De Com**nt Xabove) of Chicago'* Awtta nigh school. In six giatai tin anmav •m iMfcnlMjniIMpotato to beMMflw Mtfaft kMdtWMiw PROM THI PAST HI BROUGHT A REMINDER to New York's bustling crowds to fear OkrMMW seals and aid a campaign against tuberculosis. Into Manhattan's already ' ltlMclanili(,ofabeir«ndi|lw,sho>t l ofatoir*ct«er,gMrowed!fri ~ AFTER SHANGHAI IT'S THE 'SHAG' or the 'Big Apple' of Jananete dancing that amuses these soldiers of the Rising Sun who rest on Shanghai's outskirts M China* retreat toward Nanking. Here's a guard detachment resting in the tnus and getting a atarty laub Ml tt ta< Dertonnawe of a buddy. But most trocpt did not wait long Wore poshing ahead M • wide I rent M *>• {•odfis of *'thc tTootf cftvth* took •• A MW liMfli ^' K

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