The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 4, 1938 · Page 4
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 4

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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'roim THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938. » (•) m (« (•) (•) m an (*''«) fin W) OH(• Happenings Of The Day Told In Pictures ASSOCIATED PRESS PICTURE NEWS WHOLE WORLD TO FORMER WORLD CHAMPION. Jack Dcmpsey, are these three shown in their New York home. Dempsey's wife is the former Hannah Williams, who quit a hit show, "Hooray for What," to be with her family. Children are Joan, 3, and Barbara, 15 months. 'EYE ON THE BALL, SON 1 doesn't mean golf when it's John T. Allen, Cleveland pitcher, who won 15 consecutive games last season, telling his son Johnnie, 2, a fundamental in baseball. But Johnnie figures that pitching starts from the ground up, so he keeps a sharp eye on his dad's footwork. The pair had a practice session at St. Petersburg, Fla. ACROSS A SUNSET S KY, JAPS CARRY 'RISING SUN' empire conquest deeper into the territory cf China. These Japanese troops, symbolic of the ever-onward march of Japan are seen carrying a dismounted field piece over a small bridge not far from Shanghai. FOR LOVERS OF HORSEFLESH at the livestock shows in Palmerslon, New Zealand, there's always the horse-jumping events, mixed in with cattle judging and the parade of blue-ribbon winners. See how the horse stretches out to clear the hurdle. FAVORITE on London stage is George Robey, dressed here as the clown, Grimaldi. NEW WEST- POINT superintendent, Col. Jay L. Benedict, has been chief of staff of the eighth corps area at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. ZEAL IN NEW ZEALAND annually wins for four young farmers a free trip to the Royal show in Australia. Here's the stock- judging contest at Palmerslon North, New Zealand, where competition in the judging events is unusually keen. Palmerston is near Duncdin on the south island. PRUNE shade was used for embroidered velvet evening coat from Scbiaparelli of Paris. Osprcy head-dress is of bright green. FOURSOME IN THE '400' colony at Palm Beach, Fla., includes, left to right: Gloria Baker, heiress; George Vanderbilt, her half brother; Horace Holland and Mrs. Vanderbilt. MUSIC IS MATTER on hand for Violinist Albert Spalding who, with his wife, sailed for European concert tour. PEACE ON EARTH hopes George Lansbury, British labor leader, kissing granddaughter as he leaves on peace mission. 'SHINING' WITH A CAPITAL S made society'!, \pple" dance at a Palm Beach, Fla,, club a success, especially when Mr«. Seymour Shonnard, jr., did the "shining." , NO ONE SLEEPS IN THIS LECTURE on basketball being given by Coach Dave McMillan of the University of Minnesota IT Ki.ivprs'lie bones will give Gophers an undisputed Big Ten championship. Minnesota and Illinois lied last year. Left lo right, ilaycrs arc: Gordon Addition, Paul Maki, John Kumlla, Martin Boick, Bob Manly. SLIP OF FIST BY FRITZ TOOT would spell wo. for general inspector of German auloroads as he introduced Chancellor Hitler to oldest of the autornads workers.

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