Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on August 30, 1935 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, August 30, 1935
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ISiP?^"wt^; : ':;\ %l " v:! frfil^ A1LY NEWS, Pflmj)ft . ^ 1n'e.B-etti5r ftttffifi* Srtfofc ilffiosL ^ATTEMPTED TO ASSIST f FRENCHMAN TO r ESCAPE HANkOW, Ohliia. Aug. SO. MV, Investtga'tion by tihinese authorities • -Wtb'-ithg operation Of an alleged ' international espioriage ring in Chirm resulted today In the deten- * "Won 6f four foreigners, including t*o claimed 'to be Americans. The arrests followed closely the trial and Conviction of a man giving his name as Joseph Wal'den, Who was sentenced to 15 years in . prison by the Hupeh high court. Walden who throughout his trial maintained a tight-lipped silence regarding his activities, claims to be a. Frenchman. The following statement was authorized by the United States consulate: "The Chinese authorities informed the United" States Consulate yesterday that two men whom they had, taken Into custody earlier claimed to be American citizens. "A consular official Interviewed the men and examined their papers. As they appeared to be United States citizens, the Chinese released , them Into' the -consulate's charge, true .men are not Hankow resl-i dents." ' SHANGHAI, Aug. 30. W. Inen claiming to be Amerldans ..arrested by Chinese authorities at ' Hankow -today were describsd as Julius ' Lemoke of Michigan, «nd Eugene Brinson of Georgia, by Pel- than- Watson, United States district attorney here, who was advised of ' the men's alleged, identification by qhe United States consular authorities In Hankow. t Lemcko Is reported to -be. a longtime resident of Shanghai while Brinson is; believed to be a recent arrival. According to Watson the .men .fire,bclng..held In the.British , consulate •jail at Hankow.' awaiting the United States attorney!s \orders. Watson believed it-likely "they woulc • be brought, to Shanghai for trial In thn United States -court of 'China: ' Watson said the Chinese said the men attempted,, to . Assist Joseph , Walden' to escafie 'from' the 'CHihese prison during the latter's trial'. ,1 Brinson. 30 years old, gave his United States address as 202 55th § t,, Savannah, Ga., and is said to e -employed here by a chemlca' Concern. '-> - \ Lemcke, 50, a garage employe here, is said formerly to have lived at 164 Addisoh St., Jackson, Mich (By The Associated Press.) National League. Batting: Vaughan, Pirates, .395; Medwick, Cardinals, .369. i Runs: Galan, Cubs, and Medwick, Cardinals, 105. Runs batted in: Berger, Braves 105: Medwick, Cardinals, 103. Hits: Medwick, Cardinals, 184; Herman, Cubs, 178. i Doubles: Herman, Cubs, 44; Allen Phillies, 38. n Triples: Goodman, Reds, 15; L Waner, Pirates, 12. Home runs: Ott, Giants, 29; Berger. Braves, 28. Stolen bases: Martin, Cardinals, 18; Galan, Cubs, 15. Pitching: Lee, Cubs, 15-5; Castle- rnan, Giants, 12-4. American League. Batting: Vosmik, Indians, .352; Greenberg, Tigers, .346. Buns: Gehrig, Yankees, 108; Greenberg, Tigers, 104. .••;.;.. , Runs batted in: Greenberg, -".Tit gers, 152; Gehrig, Yankees, 108. Hi(;s: Vosmik, Indians; Cramer, Athletics, and Greenberg, Tigers, 177. Doubles: Greenberg, Tigers, 43; Vosmik, Indians, 39. Triples: Vosmik, Indians, 17; Stone, Senatqrs, 14. Home runs: Greenberg, Tigers, 34; Foxx, Athletics, 28,; -; ' . Stolen bases: Werber, Red Sox, 25; Almada, Red Sox, 18. Pitching: Allen, Yankees, 13-4; Auker, Tigers. 14-5. Teams In Dixie ' League Play To - 250,000 ffeople PINE BLUFF, Ark., Aug, 30. (JP)— The Dixie league expects to operate (jwo eight-club branches in 1936, JyHltwi Price, assistant to President J. AJVln Gardner, announced. ; Here to attend. the East Dixie " djvisjon play off between Pine Bluff gnd Jackson, P»-}ce revealed that the Arkansas-Mississippi loop is completing a highly successful season. ,jEven gecond division clubs, he 'd, enjoyed their share pf prps- •ity as the eight teams played nearly 250,000 fans during t" .. The enlargement is expected, in the West D>xle league with the Bribable admittance of Kijgore and Qygrfen, Texas, jo membership, •Texas Football I MetsGoFast . .these .orders , Include a. heavy demand for billets to all esritests ,ifie' s Mfeg fame In Atfs- tffi (Sn cm. Sff.'A-bWftltdftift |We in Dallas on Oct.Jl and the" tf4dl- tional Thanksgiving Day gam'e mt College Station, tfr6 Ifedoteg 1«e field. . 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