The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 17, 1938 · Page 3
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 3

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, January 17, 1938
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MONDAY, JANUARY 17,1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. .THREE * <$ Happenings Of The Day Told In Pictures ASSOCIATED PRESS PICTURE NEWS PLAYER'S SLIDE INTO GOAL DIDN'T C 0 U N T for the Detroit Red Wings in their game with the New York Rangers, won by the Rangers, 4-1. H. Kilrea missed a drive for goal and slid into it (extreme left) while Rangers' Goalie Dave Kerr flattened self on ice to stop the puck. There were some 13,000 fans at the battle, played in New York's Madison Square Garden and the game was alternately dull arid exciting. The Rangers played a good defense. OVER THE FENCE WASN'T 'OUT' for England's prime minister, Neville Cham- ) berlain, whose shooting eye and wall-clearing stride were good during a recent shoot. TRANSPARENCY is virtue of oiled silk fabric ski suit worn by Barbara Whitehcad at Plymouth, N. H. She says-it's really warm. WHAT WATTS? is frequent query about 14-foot bulb atop the 130-foot Edison light tower at Menlo Park, N. 3. 'JChe wattage is 5,200. FROM THE SKIES COME VOICES of pilots talking, by radiophone, with Operator ' Gordon Hamilton at Newark, N. J., airport where more than 250 planes arrive and depart daily. Planes are often stacked up to 10,000 feet waiting to be moved dowmyard for a safe landing. NO MOVIES for Marian Hepburn (above), 19, says this young sislcr of Katharine. She's taken a temporary job with the United Federal Workers -of America. She's a Bennington college junior. PUTTING THE FINGER on nautical niftiness, Ann Rountree holds with one finger a 10-pound outboard motor seen at the annual motorboat show in New i'ork. The show, with latest styles for the marine-minded, is at Grand Central palace. WITH THE PATIENCE OF AG E, E/Ab r a h a m studies chess move during a game at White club pavilion in .Hastings. England. IN THE SWIM AT MOSCOW POOL was French champion, Roger Heinkele, about to dive. French and Russian experts recently competed in a swimming meet at Moscow. Note the judges' stand. TO THE PEOPLE would Rep. Louis Ludlow (O.-lnd.) carry question of war. His "war following referendum" bill was recently defeated in the House. KEEPING THE FORD CHIN UP seems to be pho- toghapher s aim, as Edscl Ford sits for a picture in Washington, D. C. •THREE R'S' IN THE NEWS INCLUDE » "'"« of India, the Maharaja of Kapurihala {!«((), who celebrated the diamond .iubilcc of his accession to the throne. With his son, Tikka Sahib, the 65-vear-old ruler watches an elephant procession, rich in splendor, go through streets of Kapurthala, Punjab, ...RULERS, IN THE PERSON OF PETER, boyish king of Yugoslovia, helped bring gladness into hearts oi chilli-subjects by distributing sifts at the royal palace in Belgrade Peter, who is only 14,. became king after his father Alexander, was »ssassinatcd in Marseille, France, early in October, 1934. ... KOYALTY. SUCH AS THE DUKE OF KENT, traditionally serves as natrons of England's hospitals and charitable institutions. Above, the Duke of Kent talks with Hugh BloAeld, 6, during a tour of London's Fever hospital, of which the duke is a patron. Hugh, a typhoid patient, is from Croydon. ...RIOTS MAJftlN* F41RIS "«•»§••** Premier Chwitempi' determined •Borto «• »£*•»« try troubles and and a "code for toctal *»«." Stri»«f» •» «w rubber plant In Paris, where a wtMM iis«e« t^'f. if*!"* --? reported wlllhu to acecvl *«lnaUry MMIfi«»« (MM.

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