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DAILY HEWS, FBKDEBICK, MD., WEDHE8DAY, DECEMBER IS, 1*51. Snappy Snapshots Gleaned By Photographers All Over The World One-Bag Hit Can't Remember Losing A Football Game Gay Miss Paree When G. O. P. Chose Chicago For Convention v_ Ashland (Ky.) high school's football team, the "Tom cats." are champions of Dixie for the !931 sea vn. The school has been undefeated in football for seven years. The 1S31 team is .shown above: fron: ro-.v. left to right--Instep. Johnson. Captain Overley and Craig, members o! the backfickl; back row. left to right--Nicholas. Raajey. Slone, VYs goner. Giimm. Marsha!! and Ellis, linesmen. ' "Grace, beauty, conversational ability, clothes". . . Smiling Mile. Elaine Jourde (above) has ail those, according to the Jury of French artists and theatrical managers who chose her "Miss of 1932" recently. Married Holding their flrst full seeling since just after the close of the 1928 campaign, members of the Republican National Committee are pictured above at the Washington conference which chose Chicago as the site of the 1932 G. O. P. convention. Left to right, standing, en :he platform, are James Francis Burke, genera" ca-jnse!; Senator Simeon D. Fess of Ohio, national chairman; and George DeB. Keim. secretary. Senator Fess is shoivn is inset, upper right, as he delivered a "keynote speech" in praise of the Republican administration. Â· Â· It was the deer that made the home run. txz Babe Ruth had scored a. hit that was good for one bag Just before this picture was taken in the woods "necx Cam? Bryan, N. C. The Bam- tano is rosghiA? it to keep In trim for the 1932 baseball Say's He'll Play Strong-, former New York University football player, is shown above with! his bride, the former Miss Mabel AaaÂ«-rson. shortly alter their marriage a; West Haven. Conn. In U. S. School Jerry Dalrympie, An-American football end. Is shown above in the hospital at New Orleans as he laughed at reports that he wouldn't be able to play WKh Tuiane against Southern California m New Tear's Day, because of * kidney ailment. "It's nothing, absolutely nothing." he said as he munched a. hearty rnea!. $50,000 Smile (Photo by Acme INDIANS FACE FAMINE!--With roads blocked hijrli with snow as Hie aftermath of the worst blizzard since 1SOO, 3OO mission workers nnd Indians at the Xav.ijo mission in Granndo, Ariz., are said to be facing death for lack of adequate shelter in zero weather and food and fuel supplies. Here a group is shown abont to slaughter sheep for sustenance. ; Royal" Nurse Seek Wealthy Woman's Kidnappers Yoa'cJ snile. too. if you had just won $50,000. A good-hearted boy-iriend gave Tbeima Kartman. of Los Angeies. a ticket or. a Britisi: race. A cshlc- grasi sctiSed hsr that her ticket had her S50.0OO. She's a s-e-Tcrapher. Billionaire? "Princess" Jear-Je Broker. 20-year- old daughter of Charles Broker, "Xing" of northern Alaska, is a student nurse at a Berkeley. Calif., hospital. Her father amassed a fortune in the far trade, but stiE prefers to live at Point BajroT. the northernmost post in Alaska. Quick Change GusSavo Calles, 13, shown here, son of former "President Plutarco Elias Calles of SKexico, has enrolled as a student at a military school at San Marcos. Tex'., to prepare for a course in agriculture "in one of the American universities. The boy's father is now secretary of* Tar a; Mexico City. New JSox Coach Mrs. Neil Dor.nclly. head of $3.000.000 drcssaiakin:: concern, was released by a gang of kidnappers a; Kansas City a^ter they '.;.::' :-c;cS i:cr captive for 34 hours and had threa:c::ed to put her ryro cut unless ;h;-y -.verr paid a ransom ol $75.000. Mrs. Donnrliy us i-hoirr. above at. the Tr. -vith ;-,?r husian!. Paul F-, at the ri;ht .Vtxnf. am-: f-raior Ser..iÂ«-?r J.\nic--- Rcec. be'.-r.v. Kccri acted as attorney Heiress, 15, Fights For Mate Paul Rib5ett barely had tiase to toss Sevest--four-year-c!d Stefaso Bo- EifaciD hspes to exchange sis job as a, par ? : s-eeper ir. Cr^on City. N. J.. for the '.-.is of a bi!!:QEaire some day, He ha? ia;d cla;rr.. in his naise aad tlTat of five restive.-, to 75.000,000 potzds Etcrlis? .-.n::h King Francesco ,C3a'jc:3 Bor.r.t-t ol Madagascar trans- .ferred to Lorjicr. ."rom the Indian Bank o* Calcutta 100 years ago. and change to bassetba".". scsivery ie- .'ore the can Â» -_ v .e hoops Tis sounded at UniTvsrsity of Pennsylvania. Rib'jeU is shown above reacy for another cage campaign. The husky Quaker football fr.rl is a deper.dable basketball guard. He is one of Pennsylvania's feÂ« three- sport athletes. A business rnnn who has been a-sray from rnajcr l^gue baseball several years is coaiisg back rsert spring to see what he can do with Lew Pocssca about making the Chicaco White Sox a pennant contender. The feilo-- is Biil Curiningharr.. atcce. former o-ot- f:elder with the Ntw York Oiarts. Bill ;s a Sar. Prar.ciscar. asd a^ old cr.isy of F^ssecA's. "VVell, here's luck, Sill! Beatrice Rircl.iv P'lc'.serf". 15. daughter of wealthy John C. Barclay o; Mon'clair. N". J . appeart^d in TOUT: and helped her t--ic'smar.-l'.ufband, Bevis T. Pickcre'L r.\iss- bond f.ir later appearsr.ce nn an abduction c'.-.arsc preferred by her father. She sUd down 3 sheet and cs^-ipcd from home recently. The above photo was snapped as ihc couple Â·a'cre rounited in court. Jack (ardent!y: Be mine. dear. mine ferever. Jii!: Oh. Jack, how dreadfully old-fashioned (Piioto by Acmej WHY THE PRESIDENT PROPOSED A DEBT HOLIDAY FOR GERMAN was ciplained by Secretary of State Henry I/. Stimson when, as he is pictured here, he testified before the House committee on the moratorium. Seated, left to right, are Congressmen James W. Collier of Slissis- sippi, chairman; AVUlis Han-ley of Oregon,^nd AHen_ T. _Tre--idyray of Massachusetts. . (Photo by Acme] RATIFY THE MORATORIUM!--This was the plea of Undersecretary of Treasury Ogden I,. Mills, right, as he testified before the House Ways and Means committee, of which James W. Collier, left, is chairman. They are shown during the committee bearing. (Photo by Acme)" "GOODBYE, EXGT,.VVn: w --After Â» residence of nearly three months intention, where he attend- el the round table conference, Mahatma Gandhi leaves for India. He is shown departing witfc Mrs. Xaidn, Indian poet. ~ "