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PAGE TEN.. /mo DArmr ccnncnoK, COWOTJIL.T. svrx/is, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1930. FIRST GIRLS' FLYING DEBATE TEAM 1 I 'American Beaiflies Hailed In Massachusetts Man Assumes Baronetcy Although they "go up in the air" the members of the women's debating team of Indiana university, win a lot of contests from other schools, since they confine their skyrocketing tendencies to flying. Photo shows them about'to take off from Indianapolis for Columbus, O., where they had a date to debate. Left to right, Prof. L. R. e, coach; Rebecca Whittington, Mae Kivett and Margaret - WiUiama. ' As the statesmen of the five-power naval conferen :e gathered in London to discuss the naval limitation, the American doJegation, accompanied by their secretaries *.nd stenograebera, took Plymouth, by storm with th ir beauty and fashionable attire. This is the first picture token of the secretaries and stenographers on their 'arrival i n England, ,. ; ,. t;i .^. Â·-- Â· - Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· John Harry Lee Fagg-e, year-old chore man, of Pepperell, Mass., whose position in life wan vastly changed! when news came to him of the death of his brother, Sir John Charles Fagge, in England recently. Faggee will leavo for Dover, where he will assume the position as the tenth Baronet Fng-go. The younger son of a nobleman, Fagge came to this country thirty years ago to seek his fortune, and after wandering : around for five yeara settled down 'ia PecperelL. .,, Scotch Baron Frees N. J. Bride FILM STARS TAKE PLANE TO ALTAR Elaine Doloras Cnhbonj popular member of. thfr younger net of northern New Jersey, bees tno the bride of Sir Arthur John Frederick Nicholson, BÂ«rt., ele\ jnth of hia line, member of the Scpttish bar and ownÂ«ir of vast est ites In Â·'Â·the Hijrhlands, when aha viatied Scotland in 1926. Cable i iJlormtttion from Scotland brought news to Lady .Nicholson that tlu (Scottish PoÂ«r haÂ«i been granted an annulment oÂ£ the marriage. SiE'susi.'S'JSs aa MS I Is^^jDrZKr* of women'a British Channel record, as they ap- Ederle's record. Both* the aspUÂ«nts _ pcared at Brighton, Ens., whore Wolffe is train- yean, of aga. Gertnida are 19 $10 9 @Â®0 for iJeath of Stage Star AltMY PATROITCETS VALUABLE WINTER"FLY!NG DATA Sevcntcon pursuit planes end one tri-motored transport ship which made the arduous flight from Selfridge Field, Detroit, to Spokane, Wash., ara making their way back to the Michigan base. Major Ralph Royce, commanding the patrol, believes the flight has been of great Value in demonstrating what ship.s could do under extrernfe winter weather renditions and in showing what improvements are necessary for safer winter flying. Photo shows a general view of some of the planes at Newman Lake, Wash. Rosalie Claire, musical comedy actress, whose 17-year-old ] daughter, Jeanne, has been awarded $10.000 for the death of her mother. The stage stat was killed when the | automobile, j ia which she was riding crashed into a pole at Chicago. (International tlovttrnei) Being very modern y o u n g persons and film folk as well, when Lor*, ctta Young and Grant Withers, inset, decided, rather suddenly, that they wanted to get married they chartered a plane in Hollywood Â»nd flpw to Yuraa. Arte.. where tiw ceremony was performed. el ATf^H OF TH? CITY O5- !ONÂ»OT TO THE DELEGATES THE IOW N KAVAL CONFERENCE As the American delegates to the Five-Power f ))awes, Ambassador to the Court of St. Naval Conference arrived at Piuldington Station, London, they were welcomed by A r t h u r Henderson, of J. Ramsay MacDonald's Cabinet, Picture shows General Charles G. James's; Arthur Henderson, M. P., ileury L. Htimson. (ixwer) This beautiful invitation card was sent out by the Corporation of the City of London for a banquet to the delegates.