Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa on November 8, 1925 · Page 24
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Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa · Page 24

Davenport, Iowa
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Sunday, November 8, 1925
Page 24
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DAVENPORT DEMOCRAT AND LEADER "MISS NOBODY FROM NOWHERE" This is "Miss Nobody," winner GOLF CHAMPION Miss Georeianna M. Bi among 10,000 girls from Canada and the United States, in the Cheese Club contest The club has promised to make the winner a famous star inside of a year. She has made a good start, for her ability as a dancer and rare delicate beauty has brought her a contract from a Broadway pro- THE HARDEST WORKER IN ROME Pope Pius XI, who is the hardest worker in Rome, before all others in the morning, and during the day receiv. of Holy Year pilgrims, Vatican officials, foreign visitors ( never having a single minute to himself. Interviews, or alone, always mark some bit of work done. Due to his st ' tution, built by years of mountain climbing, he has been a it remarkably welL MOVING HOME OF FIFTH PRESIDENT A house that was occupied by one of the most important men in . American history, James Monroe, Fifth President of the United States, and originator of the famous Monroe Doctrine, is being moved from . its old-site at Lafayette and Prince Streets, to a lot on Crosby Street ; to make room for a modern 16-story building. Through the narrow ind tortuous streets of the lower section of Manhattan the dilapidated . and shaky brick building can be moved only a few inches a day. so it will probably not arrive at its new destination for three weeks. For the past 16 years it was a storehouse for discarded rags and yesterdays newspapers. A modest little tablet on the second story proudly carries the story of preventing foreign aggression. In this little house Presi who recently won the Senior Women's Golf Association Championship for 1925 at the West-chester-Biltmore course. She had a total score of 181 for the two rounds, giving her the victory by -a margin of two strokes. Miss Bishop was former National Women's Champion. dent Monroe lived and aiea. WILL IT BE "COUNT BUD FISHER" SOON? Bud Fisher, noted cartoonist, sails or: S. S. Leviathan Seaumont, who came here recently from abroad with Countess de I ?'.:.! and the charming Coun A GAME THE CHILDREN LIKE The children shown above have traffic- practice by novel "Step and Go Game," originated by their teacher at the Francis Scott Key Kindergarten in Chicago. One of the girls holds a signal light :o control the cross section street of the school room. The other kiddies . crawl on hands and feet to represent passing autos. On the side one little girl, the "Cop," watches the motorists carefully, sometimes with . an exclamation of, '"Pull over there Ain't no left turn 1 say." ThK children seem to love the game and get practical knowledge of obeying-1 traffic rules. . i VTCffT ... Mrs. Hilder Grader, well-known Hungarian social leader, was quickly followed. When she affected this charming black hat of satin, with Paradise feathers drooping over the KAROLYI'S WIFE BARRED Countess Karolyi of Hungary, who has bees refused a visa of her passport by the U- S. Consul at Paris by orders of the State Department. COOLIDGE GREETS HIGH MASONIC. OFFICIALS The Supreme Council of Thirty-third Degree Masons was received by President Coolidge recently, and the President posed with them for a lew minutes on the White House lawn. BUST OF "MOTHER" DAVISON TO BE UNVEILED A bust of "Mother" Davison, executed by Pietro Montana, u-' veiled at Governors Island on October 3a "Mother" Davison is the official Mother of the Army and Navy. She is the wife of Dr. D. H. Davison and a sister cf Daniel Frohman. The photo shows the sculptor with best. NEW SOCIAL SECRETARY FOR WHITE HOUSE j. Pierpont Moffat, one of the Secretaries of the American Legation in Constantinople, has just arrived in Washington to assume his new duties as officer in charge of state functions at the White House- Mr. Moffat will have charge of arrangements for all official "parties"' given by the President and Mrs. Coolidge. . PRESIDENT OF W. C. T. U. A new picture of Anna Graham, President of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. "1 -MR. AMERICA" PERFECT MODEL PICKED BY NEW YORK ARTS CLUB WinioTd S. Ttrrner. of Nashua. N. H . who has been picked by the New York Arts Crab .as a nrrircl specimen vi manhood, and called America- m contrast 10 the usual ferninine contests, lie is 26 years old, 5 feel 7 inches taB, and weighs 353 -pounds. He i a painter by trade. OUTSTANDING RECORD-BREAKERS IN WOMEN'S SWIMMING DURING TEAR These three girl3 left to right): The Misses Agnes Gcragrrtj- -and Elbcl McGory. of lire New Vert Women's Swimming Association, and Miss Sybil Saner, oi the Illinois A. C Chicago, are ihe oumariflmg Tecc.rd-brca1:ers of the year in women's iwfcnmmg. Amcne the ihcy Mblirbcd 33 oi the new 36 worlds and national records jost accepled. The majority oi the records will be ircrfrnizcd as national marts -onlv. i-me; the mtemational federation receignired only marts made in i-nols 75 iert long -oi more and nrescrihes cotrrsra oi not lt than 50 mctrrs-fw fiis'ances prater than iyn Tnctt-rs. Miss McGary ct 31 rrurrkf.; Miss Gcraghty established all 31 breast stroke TecoTds. and Miss Baorr created all seven marks in the back stroke event. CorrrmandeT Richard Byrd. in cOTi-wna o) the -planes with the McMillan Amic Expedition, baclt m W a'.rinsr,cr.. is corvimiintr hi fflndies in an JiHcmpI 10 discover 1he ccmiinenl winch '.-opposrflly exists near the North Pole. Byrd is corfi3r.it thai land will be icmnd there and 1b;.i planes cir drrigiblrs Dllrr ihr ksl means ir find ii. Phsio t-bows Byr" with his frnccr cm the spct he hopes 10 find the "frozen continent" MORE ANCIENT HISTORY The jaw bone Sampson nerd rrrast have been a twin 10 ibis vt,t ijm Mastodon jaw, of which a jangle tooth weighs 3 pounds, is mr of the largest m exjstence. Pbertr, shows Prof. A. O. Thermits, of tht Geology Department of the University of Iowa, examining the fend.

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