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VOL. IX. NO. 67
bt-ttrul an Bcvend-nnM .tntlir at the t'eslnfflen nt' Philadelphia,' fi,
' Upiler the Act of March 8, 1870
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. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 30, v1922
Publlihed Dally Ecpt Sunday. Subucrlptlen Pries 10 a Tar by Uall.
Copyright, 11)23, by Publle Ut&ttt Company.
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CORNELL KICKS GOAL AGAINST PENN IN FIRST PERIOD
Hansen, Ithacan Tackle, Beets Placement Early in Game; 55,000 Spectators See Battle
ON HARD LINE
.Debie's Star Kicker Gets
Chance When Hamer Punts
. Out of Bounds
j BIG RED TEAM SHOWS
CRUSHING ATTACK EARLY
Kaw and Pfann Rip Heisman
Line for Cains in Open
BREAKS FAVOR INVADERS
Athletes Frem Lake Cayuga
Fail After Fumble Presents
Fn Irrhlld left end UllcUlcy
Rntlierland left tackle Hiinsen
Oraf ,... left guard Klynn
iiern wiucr ihi;ihj
Kelly right nuard Hella
Thurman.... right tacltle ..Sundstrom
WeRteate.... right end . . . .Goulnlecls
Lntiffden quarterback I'fann
Miller (capt.). left halftapl. Kaw (cnit.)
MeOraw. . . . right halfback . . . .Ramsey
Hamer fullback CaHsHly
Officials Referee Tem Therpe. Cci
lumbla. Umpire C. A. Rold. Spring
field. Head linesmen A. W. Palmer,
relby. Field Judge C. O. Kckels. W.
& J. Tlme of periods 15 minutes.
n- STONEY McLINN
Cernoll ilrcw llrnt bleed In tb? -ili It-1
traditional battle with lcnn en rrmiU
lin rield this nftcrnoen. The etf-tncldc
niachine-llkc thrusts of tlusnnt Itbncnn
h-ickliflil curried the ball into Itcd and
Blue territory, ulmefct immrdlately, nnd
llnni-eii. the snrc-tep.d jd.ioe klcher.
Iioetod it ever the cren.s bur of the goal
(iest8 for .1 points.
The 55,000 spectators were amazed at
the effectiveness of the lllg Ued tenrn'.
htrniuht football. Hut the Pennylvniil
defense wiir tlRhtenlng rlsht nlen mid
the Cernellians had net found it pos.
ihle te score u touchdown.
A break Men nfterwnrd pnve the
(iiakerH the" pignkin in Cernell terri
tory, but they could de nothing worth
Mhlle, and a fumble, n little later en,
put the Ithnennn en Quaker neil, where
Hansen attempted another plaeu klc.t
Cernell Gloomy Leeking
At 1 :00 the Cernell tenm. dresed l''i
the fray, Rtrelled leltiurely tlimtiRli the
northeast gate and te their bench. They
might have been marching te h funeral
m deliberate wok their Ptep and m
woc-begene their expret'sieTi. Ne doubt
(ill Doble, who followed In their wake,
had jtibt finished his pre-gume verbal
The red-jersejed nthleten miietlewj
punting for the most part. Knw and
Hansen received the meHt attention
from the conches. They nveraged ubeut
4." yards with beets that looked bard
te handle nnd high In the nir.
Fer ten minute Knw and Pfann
were put out there te catch kick,
Walter WhotMene, the former Radner
lllsh Scheel lad, doing the booting.
It watt :'i when the (.'ernelllntiH
were marching blewly off the field, n
of them having done nothing much
"It is going te be n bit rough en
my students te play a hitrd game this
afternoon," said the Ilhacnn coach.
"We came from n land of sea anil i.
le a city that pretty much reM'inblei
tropical Flerida.'' which, perhaps. Is
the reason why the, Hig Ued team did us
little persplrnt Ien -producing work ns
tieccssnry in the pielimiuary drill.
Dinner Delay Spectator
Turkey dinners, which always scent
most appropriate when held nrettud the
neon hour, must have delayed the mnjer
portion of the crowd., (iraduate Man
ager Ernie Ce.ensj said thnt every seat
lind been sold and that policemen, press
men, Hide-line spectators and players
would ntak.5 n total of 55.000 wntclilu'.'
the battle. Yet, at 1:110, when the
Cernell band appealed at the northeast
unto, the stadium wns net nearly one
Tite musicians from the college en
I.nke Cayuga were red sweaters and
while trousers nnd hats, anil made, a
striking appearance, The Cernell cheer
leaders were en the job, and the noise
ilnrted at once. (Jratluntc Miningcr
Herry. of Cernell, arrived In the press
box nbeut this time, and his comment
Continued en Paia Klght, t'etntr 'li
MeTaggart Again Displays Geed
Horsemanship at Bewie
.Hewie, Mil., Nev. .'10, Johnnie Mo Me
l'aggart again dlsplujed his old-time
term in winning the opening nice at
Hewie today with Helpiirlzeiiin in the
two-year-old dash. Mabel K. was
second and Geld Mount third. The
winner paid 7.U0 for a tWi-deur
Anether record crowd like that of
hmt Saturday wns at the truck twhi-
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MAI C. I. BIDDLE
Noted War Ace Will Marry Mrs.
Katharine Keep, Widow of
DATE NOT ANNOUNCED
.Majer Ciinrlet .T. Hlddlc. Philadel
phia htwicr and' one of tits most noted
of Aineriutn Hying aces, wilt marry
Mrs. Knthailne Keep, of Chicago and
Mrs. ICeep, nit at tractive eung
widow, w.ts the wife of llenrv 1. Keep, i
who Uut Ins llli in the win. ue, was
(i feiiiMil.-.'-iiiiii'il eiViuer and was killed
'liiiiir-C the Argonne 'fight lug.
The engaen.eiit of Majer Hlddlc and
Mis. Keen has net been announced of
ficially, tp her family Is in mottling for
the death of lier.ftiljier, .luitjcs l.e (lett-
lire, el .New iirleaiis. out most et me
intliDate friends of the Middle f:iniil.
which Is widely known socially, huw
he.'itd the news.
Mrs. Keep cities et" n family of so
cial ilMiticti(U. A brother. Arinanil
l.e (iendr". a Princeton graduate, t-ev- I
oral jcars age was a star 'football end, I
heltig given all-An.erlcan rating for two'
Mnjer Hiddlc. who is associated wlh
his fntlicf. Chailcs Hhlille. in the pr.tc-I
tlce of law, makes his home at Anda
lusia, P.i. King Albert of Hclginm I
made him n chevalier of the Order of i
heep'tld for hli exploits during the1
Majer Hlddle bad been grndunted
from Princelen and the llaivnrd law
school hefeie the wilt', lie joined the'
Aincrii mi ambtiltiiiM' In Maich, 101 1.
nnd later en end the aviation school of
the French army. He first wns n mein-
l,er of Esetnlrille "" of the I tenon avia
tion force and then of thj l.'tfnjette
In the American seivhe be was com cem
immiler of tint Thirteenth American
Pursuit Kiiundrnu. and Hiinlly com cem com
inti!ideiof the Fourth American Pur
suit Greup, leiisis'ltig of four stiiind stiiind
tens, lie became an ace August 10,
11MS, when he bietight down his ftfth
enemy plane near Nancy. Paring his
service lie wit" credited nflicinllv with
seven planes ami uneHielnlly with many
mere whli h Ml within (he German
Mnjer Piddle uiiiies of n lighting
fcini'y. In lh war of the Ueuilutlen
his grralgtentunele. Captain Nicholas
Hlddle. lest his lire in Ihe blowing up of
the Randelph. Anether great-great
uncle. Commedore .lames Hlddle. was
irmmeiided for bravery during the war
of 1S1-. A grandfather of Majer Hhl
ille w.ts cited ler gallantry in the Civil
Maier Hlddle Is a grandson of the
Inli. Charles Hlddle. He Is a grettl
nephew uf the Inte .ledge Craig Hlddle.
He is a nephew et Dillen Hidille. Mrs.
Samuel Hinds Themas and A. Mercer
Riddle, all of Tetresdale. Ma ler Rid
dle's mother w.is Miss I.etitia Glenn.
ATTACKED BY CELLMATES
Prisoner at Second and Christian
Streets Station Will Probably Die
Jehn Celeman, fifty yours old, ISM
Catharine street, was taken from a eel
In the Secetii' and Christian stren
station this morning, whete he was
found Ivlng In a peel of bleed after
having been attacked by two cellmates.
At the Petiiis.ihania Hospital it wits
found Celeman had reeehed u fracture
of the skull nid internal injiiiles, lie
is expected te die.
Celeiuait'H assailants, whp wcie a.1
rested last night en miner charges and
were awaiting n hearing along with
tiie injured man. ine Carrell .McCabe,
Iwenlv-llve jeurs old. Secind street
near Christian, nnd William Conners,
twetitv-three, Mecetnl mill ualiilirlilgi i
t.rraigtied before MagiS'
and held without hall
TEACHER 6UED FOR $10,000
I,"batien.'Pii., Nev. HO.--Karl llelTii.
teacher or Helhel Township, was Hied
. ' 11 ('(III .iiilit"""u i.Mtet'ilai ill helm1
of Kincsl 13, Wolfe, tweho-iear-eld
seu of llnrr.i Wolfe, nf llitinllii, wlif
S.lfges that I lefTii. In piiuishlng him
fur nn Infraction of rules of the school-
room, struck him with clinched (1st,
Flying Ace te Wed
mm?'-': y $ 4 - i
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, MAJOR C. .T. niDDLE
One of America.' s m.et noted avia
tors during the war, who Is en
gaged te Mrs. Katharine Keep, of
New Orleans, widow of an Ameri
ca n euleer killed In the Argonne
Cofall's Eleven Uncorks Daz
zling Forward-Passing Game
at Phillies' Park
20,000 WITNESS GAME
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Catholic High Scheel football tepre-
entative.s ended its season in a blaze
of glory before nil enthusiastic mob of j
L'0,1100 people tliii- mottling at the Phil-
lies' Hall Park. The Purple and Celd I
accomplished a feat that Its eleven hits I
failed le de for live jeats. It humbled
St. Jeseph Prep 'JO te ll. The victory '
gave Catholic llih a clean slate for ,
the season. I'ie victories and four 1
tics was the roeuid of the school.
Charley McKinnej was the here oil
the game. This licet quarterback elec- 1
trilled the big crowd with his brilliant I
dashes through broken Holds. McKiii-
in. si.nri-il tun nt tlit-ee touchdowns anil
booted two of the placement kicks after
the score . '. ,
Ills sensntimml run back of a punt
in the fourth period for his e.'eiid
touchdown leialndul onttef (ilen Kill n
ger. Taking the kick en his own -te-
Jtlld line he sprinted lewiirn me siii.- 1
ilties, straight -artmd two St. Jee
tiieklera and 'fall wiu the only man
between him nnd the goal line. Hy a (
CemlniieU ni ' KlKlit, C11I1111111 Mi j
JEWELRY STORE ROBBERS I
ARE CHOICE IN TJEIR LOOT)
Leave Cheap Stuff en Fleer of Cam
den Shep, but Keep Real Gems
leweltv wetth S10IIO was stolen trout
the Jewt'In Mere of h. I. YiiIhik, SI I
itr.iiuluiii I'nmilcn. hist tilgllt bv
1 (Moves who gained enhance by smash-
list- 1. ul ii rent' window.
Cellei'llng all urlit'les In showcases
nnd drawers, lhe.bughirs went .te a
loom nt the tear and sorted out the
cheap jewclr.i. which was ef en Hint
fleer. A large safe containing mauy
vuliuible diamonds was net tnmpereii
rarilnul Ileuiirrt tint nil Oathellri la at
thMnual vt lrr. Uurphr Ce.. lull.
PENN STATE HOLBS
Pin IN 1ST PERIOD
.35,000 See Old Grid Rivals
Battle en Ferbes
LIONS ARE 0UTRUSHED
Pitt Ptnn Ktnte
Saucr Nft end McCoy
Simpsen. . .. left tackta l.egue
uinrK lftt guard kieck
Sack... i Uht guard... .
f leurlfiy .... right tackle . . .
Williams right end ...
Wlnterliurn .... quarter . . . .
Flanagan... left halfback .
Andersen... ricfit Itulfbuck .
. . Bedcnk
Referee Pr. 13. J. O'Brien. Tufts.
Umpire W. (!. Crewcll. Swartlimer.
Head llncpiimn C J. McCarthy, Ocr Ocr
mnntenn Academy. Field Judge K. .T.
Ityan, Michigan. Time of periods 15
PlttsLurgh, Nev. .".(. 'I hit ly-live I
thetisaiid'snw Pitt and Peiin State h.it-
tle without scoring In the hrst period
of the annual gnme between thi'-c two
nt ierbet Field thls
Palm. Slate's ittarterua'k attenint
ed 11 lle.ld goal from the .".i-yard line
seen after the st.ut of the game but
th ball re'led under the cress bar.
Htv.dek's wnrriei-s resorted te Ihe
lierlnl game early .mil completed one
I pass for a irt'inrd K.tin.
Near the close of the period. Hewitt
pulled eir it 'J. 1 -yc rd rut), pl.tuliug, the,
1 leather 011 State's li'i-jatd Hue, ',
First Period -Pitt
wen the tiis and elected te tnh
the kid; Heiit" kicked off for State.
Wlnteiburii taking the kick and after
running 111 jards passed te Andersen
for the first trick play of the game.
Andersen's ciiine hauls ' te Pitt's 27
jard line before he was downed. Ot
the next j.'ny Hewitt fumbled nnd
Hcntr. fell en the letll for Stute en,
Pitt's .'11-jnrd line. Three line smashes 1
gained ." jurds and Palm tried for
(nutlniiril en I'lixe i:iali, Cetrin thrre
Results of Games
Played This Morning
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Society Felk and Land Owners
Mingle in Colorful Feast at
OPEN HOUSE MARKS YEARLY
' THANKSGIVING DAY FETE
Children Are Present in Num
bers as Thoroughbreds
Strive for Cups
,iarmeiN nnd gentlemen ridei'.'. society
folk in drags nnd rendsters, "flivver"
nnd shining sedan, red coots and "top
pers," work horses with braided manes,
and sleek thoroughbreds lust hack from
the Royal Canadian Herse Khew, com-,
Dined in a colorful picture today at the
annual Thanksgiving hunt, breakfast
and races at the Htidner Hunt Cluh.
Each Thanksgiving Day the Rudner
Htint Club keeps open house, enter
tnlning the farmers of Delaware, Ches
ter and Montgomery Counties ever I
whose lands the hunters urge horse and '
neunits niter the fox en brisk wlnlei
Theie were nt least ."00 present
when the nierrv hunt i-lnli lirenltftxt
began nt o'clock In the clubhouse.
After the bteukfast the races were held I
j en the udelnlng estate of Lieutenant
i Co'enel .1. Franklin McFadden.
' There are some famous races run en
I Thanksgiving Day nt the Htidner Hunt, i
races which are classics in the cur's
horse events. Principal of these are the j
1 Hailner Valley Partus' Challenge Cuw!
race for .t cup presented by Lieutenant
toleiiel McFadden. and the race for tltr
Mnstcr'n Cup, presented by S. Law-
The judges, wearing regulation hunt
ing garb of silk hat. red coat, white
breeches nnd black riding beets gave n ,
touch of bright color te the scene. They ,
Included J. Stanley Hcte. .J. E. Lei
iter, Jr.. William J. Clothier, Jehn
Straw-bridge, Itebcrt E. Straw-bridge,
Charles K, .Mather, Itebert L. Ment- ,
gemery. Lieutenant Colonel McFaddeu, !
W. Hlnkle .Smith nnd W. PJunkett ,
The ruiii'M! for the Challenge Cup
wns laid e-it ever Colonel McFadden'.. '
estate. The conditions of the race nie i
that it be ridden ever i, fair Intntln3 i
country, with the ordinary hunting haz
ards. Hrush. streains and fences udded
te the difficulties of the course for te
day's taee. ,,
Entered in this nnd the Matter's Cup '
nice were some et tne nncH thorough
, unfit in the vlcinitv. ninrfi tl.i... iie.t .
Wing, owned bv .Icsepli N. Kwlng: ;
llusKin. owned by C. Mahlen Kline:
Lnkoueod. ewt.ed by It. H. It. Telatid :
Hill WlMtey, owned bv Jacob E. Hide-
way; Whist II. owned by Mr. Clothier. !
and Cocktail and WoUerten, both j
owned by Mr. Tel.tnd. I
Children at Hunt Hreahfasl '
Ihe most co'ispiciieus ligurcs nt the
e children: evet.v
mie who had them 'neught miiiiII sous
and diuighteis along. Mr. and Mis.
David Sharp had their daughters Fran
ces and Sidney with them, both dressed
in heavy coats and caps red wool.
Centlnunl 1111 rnsr The. Cetrmn Thrt
TO HOLIDAY THIEVES
$1000 Werth of Feed
Thlei es rallied 'Pien hteres in lariei
paits of the city during the night ami
stnle ninety-nine turkeys, soenty-fenr
chickens and seieti geese. The poultry
wns vaineil at ximm.
At the Kansas City Heef Company, i
1 ""71 tiermnntewn avenue, thieves took
ten tttrkejs, tltree geese, two chickens j
and two hums. .
rrem the stete of Stnnn.trt
! Hums, trt'jn Hiiltimeie aventte. font teen
tin Keys ami twelie chickens were taken.
ThirlJ -six chleketis were stdlen fiem I
I ihe American Stores Cemian. Chester.
tiit'iiiie and Ilten street. The A 111 a r
Ten Company, Fifteenth mid Slnink
slieets. lest seven turkeys twelve
eliti'kens and a geese.
Forty -id x gobblers are gene fiem the
stme of Max Wei, IS,"" Snyder aventte.
I lurry Friedman. l!-0 West Vetk street,
plaje'd "host" te thieves, who took si
itnkeys and twelve chickens and a whole
Philip Kiaft. 1R'."' West Yetk street,
is mourning sixteen titrkejs and three
QUEEN MARY IS EARLY
Visits Londen Department Stores
Before Rush Begins
..union. Nev. ISO. Uiieen Mary, who
, lnllees in doing her ChrUtmiiH shopping
1 aril, took part in several counter
riisl'i'., jesterilny iiflorueoti when she
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llhllt'U IIIU ' l."ii'i"" " ' Mvpiniiriii ,
Metes te get presents. In many In-
stance she was net recognized by cither
the customers or clerks. j
What the 10 al presents are te
this enr imt at all in the lavish 1
seiije imagined is indicated by her
liiirehni'es, some of, which were nn t
nl.iim cluck, an fitsmcleil clock, small 1
article' of jewelry, Mtatlenerj and lops j
Letter Returns After 26 Years- '
sett Yerk. Net. !).( H.v A. P.) I
letter mailed Ne ember -1. I WW. b
the Anietlcati Credit lndeiiinltj ' Cem- 1
iitiiiv 'f New Yerk te Ceuiuliirx Pitcl.- I
dig t'niiipaii.v in San Kranclsce has been
leiiiincd te the sender b the Postelliee
)eiiarlntcnt. The letter wtts found in a
Ctrelln llettl. rineliurit. N. C. Ooed com cem
ssui'l iuiuhtnt, iiert and comfer. A4v,
PENN 0 0
CORNELL 3 0
PITT 0 0
STATE 0 0
12 8 4 Pn1
GEO. MASH.. 0 -
W. VA 0
DETROIT. ..2 .
AMERICAN WINS FRENCH LEGION OF HONOR
PARIS, Nev. 30. Today's official Journal eeiuuiiu tlij
nomination ai, Knight et' the Tcglcn et' Honei of. Paul VertUer, oi ei
Snn Tiauciace. The award is made for "marked 8"i vices leu
dcrccl te France."
EXPLOSION ON TANKERS KILLS TWO INJURES THRF.C
SOFIA. Nev. 30. The French taakei City of S.'i a, fiem
Batum for Marseilles, with a cargo of benzine, caught file and
exploded in Beurgas Harber today, killing two mtu and seiieusly
injuiing- thiee. The surface of the entire haiber v;as aflame na
the benzine escaped from the vessel's tanks.
VIRGINIAN FATALLY HURT IN LONDON BY TAXICAB
LONDON, Nev. CO. ?ank Lecompte, of Richmond. Va.. fa
tally Injured b c taxicab in t?ie flaymarket, was a victim c.i
unfamiliavity with, the Enjjlhh tralfic niles by which vehielts
pabs te the left, the Corener was told today by the cab driver.
Leceinpte, he said, -was loekiiifi' In the vruug direction when
&ti uck. ' The driver was exonerated.
POLICE SEARCHING FOR PATROLMAN'S SLAYER
COLUMBX'S, 0. Nev. 80. Police me nkltig a tinnl srmc:
t?d.iy"fer the fewrth member of a land rf automobile li.-umiU.
who shot and kllltd Patroiniae Xeehlcr and wounded Coipe'nl
Fiitldlc In a pistol tattle hen Tuesday. Squads 0 police wu
heaicliinp the thickets atar Lilly Chapel, twenty miles wet of
hcie. where fwe mesabeis of the gang- were captured and cne''
killed. It is the. belief of Police Chief French t'lat the fourth
man dif-cl fiem exhaustion, and that his, body will be fcuu.l
ONLY ONE MINE WORKING IN HAZLETON DISTRICT
HAZI-LIO:?, Pa., 3Jev. 30. Only one eiithiau'.e ci..-.l uiluc
01 the thirty-seven saived by tne Hazleten and Sahauey divis.er
of te Lehigh VnTlcy' Railroad was weiktd today, acejuLuy te
rtl . uceTvcd at local headquarter.
FAMILY FLEES FIRE
Father Awakens Children as
Flames Sweep Twe Hemes in
North Reese Street
S150 IN MATTRESS SAVED
Scleral persons nev lempeiled te tlee
te the trret In the r night clothes
shortly after 4 e'clci' this morning,
when lire damaged the lientes of Jame
Mcfiurr. .'HlUO North He:' street, and
Jaieb Yoes. J102U North lteie street.
The refctte bv several tlremeu of Sl.'O
In notes which fell from n mattrets
tessnl from the Mctittrr home was one
of the Incidents of the lire.
When occupants of the houses fled
te the street they were wrapped In
blankets and coats supplied by nelfh-het-,
who also aided In sniing furni
ture. The lire started in the home of Mo Me
(Suit, and spread quickly te the dwell
lug of Yoes.
MrOiirr was awakened hi clouds of
smoke pouring into hlx bedroom from
the hallway. He groped hN way te
rear rooms of the house nnd awakened
his son, .lames, Jr., and daughter,
Teresa, nnd (ltd te the street. MclStirr.
after throwing a mattress and several
ether articles out the window, quickly
Meanwhile one of the occupants of
the adjoining house, who rushed te
the street in his nllhtclethe?, had
tuwted in an alarm.
4 Fin ul
J. HOPKINS.. 0
V. & L 7
3 4 rvi
Billy Cox Leads Large Field in
W. .1. Cox. of Mercerlmrs Autilenn.
wen the annual Aineiiinn Ititci-'clielns.
tic errs.-count rj 1 hittiipieiiship tun this
mnrn'ng 01 er the titular course in Pair
mount Park. In addition te winning
the tmlltldun! honors the Merrcrnbiug
Scheel alii succeeded in lulling the
Menu) Illinois., nosing out the Hutchinson
, 1 1 1 ah Scheel, of Hutchinson, N. "i
I Cox dashed into the lead nl the iery
! start of the race, closely fellow oil h.t
1 Lewis, of Hilffa'n High Scheel; Shaw,
of Hutchinson High; Steppaeher, of
Net theast-High, and OITciiiiiiiiscr, of
I West Phillv. At the (iirnrd avenue
bride1 l.ewi'i spin ted .mil drew up en
uen terms with the Merccrshuig slat.
The two raced nhi-cicit for llficcn uu.' uu.'
enly te lime Cox feicc slowly Inte the
Head. lie never ( 'leaded thereafter
anil cressp.1 the f mlly let) yards in
tne lean or i.ewt... ,
Cox Is one of the best harriers oier
del eloped by Jliiini Cnrrnn. Last )ear.
in this annual Thanksgiving Day classic
lie illusion secetnl. Mine tlml iiay he'
bus net lest a race. It. Swede, of the.
lameuH Swede famil.i of Norrlslewn,
whh the second MrrrersburK limn te
nnish, eraasing the line In fifth place. I
ta.TSM 0trsttfs, CsIiemi rsr
WINS TITULAR RACE
TO QUIT NATION
Kept Prisoner in Palace Plea
I te Leave Country te'
GEORGE TRIED TO SAVE
FORMER CABINET CHIEFS
Britain Acted Alene in With
drawing Minister Frem Ath
ens, Benar Law Says
THREE GENERALS ARRESTED
I Condemned Hellenic Ex-Premiers
Calm as They Faced
Hj Asiec'atrd Pfcas
ParU. Nev. ,",0. King (Seerge of
I 'Srrece Is virtiinIK n prisoner in tin
j pa'ace. says n Helgrade dispatch te the
The correspondent nserts that ths,
, King made strenuous efforts te atop ths "
'eciitien of ihe former Cabinet minis
ters and nsketl the .Tnge-Slav nnd Ru
manian Ministers te act in favor of the,
condemned men. Ar n result he found
himself in centllet with the Oonntes
( Invent nient.
After the execution the King ex
pressed a desire te leave flreece, but
his wishes i ere opposed by the Oovern Oevern
ment. Mhleh took steps e prevent him
fiem leaving Hie palace,. He, Is pnly
allowed te ce persons n. whom,, the t
Cabinet has cenndene'etlie dispatch
1 Venizelos, former Greek Premlcrt is
quoted hy a special latisaitnc ceri-e-
sieident nf t. 'Information ns follews:
"I deplore the tragic events thnthavi
' taken place in Athens: however, they
ate essentially a matter of interior peU
' icy. .Should Lord-Ciireii publicly stig stig
uiatize In my pre-ienre the acts of
Athens I should be under obligation te
l-ondeit. Nev. .'.(). (I Jc A. P.)
flreat Hritain noted without consulting
her allies i:t withdrawing Iter Minister
I 'rem Athens after the cteettlens of the
1 former 'Jreek hljli effiiia's. Prime Mln-'
Ister Hntiar law liifeTtied the Heuse of ef of
iVmmeus teduj In answer te a ques ques
lien. ! Aked what step Creat Tlrltnin liaH
1 taken te iiioient the executions nnd
'wh.i the (leierniucat had iDtervned. he
"I tntd .Vestenlay that his Maje
ty's' tieveriinicnt had urged the tlreek
1 (iovernii'enl net te permit execution
of the fet mcr Ministers, and warned
them thai If this slop were token w
lieiihl withdraw en,- representative.
"In raking this action I1I.1 Mnjei-i.v'-i
(Severntnent ns actuated by tht
general i"itisderiitien that It is' con cen
trftty te the prncllte of civllb.eil rev
eminent te put te death outgoing Mln-
lstcrs rm tit count of the failutetif their
This tntement eioked loud laughter
and cl rs. in which Mr. I.lejd (Seerge
and the ether Ministcrn in the hits
A Keiller's tllsp.-iti-i ftem Athens says
that tietier.-ilti Pnpeula, Deiismnnls ami
Vnlettiis ).,ve been arresttd. (!ener.tl
Ihiiismniil is one of the 1110.-1 prominent
intlllar.i tl-.m-e ip (Srcece. tfeneral Pa.
Iiiinl.-is. nl -ii a former lemmander of th
(Sreik Ai 111,1. wits reported last Septeni-
her te iiaie joineii uin i-aitse or the
reiiliitieiiarIe. lie has served as chief
of the general stalT and wi Ii the Greek
, iiillitnr.i mlsslmi at Cotistnntlneplc, and
lnt Scplemher uii niipeluied emnninn-
'dcr-iii-chlef of the ai-iii.i in a Inst ttq
miccestfttl attempt te stem the tide of
the Tuiklsh alliance.
tlirns. Nev. .'tl. tHj A. P.) Ths
t. ..I.T....f l.t..t.jt.l.K ....... Ill u.l I.I.M.. I..,
si iiiniii.i iiiu..-.... ...i.,.i ii.-,,- ia-i
Tuesday Mint coiuagcetisl.i , ecn jtiun
till, 'e t lit ii death.
The tek's. P.altiils and General
I In 'Jaiie-llc were theli innnecles ns lltey
uk t licit p'. ivi's ill the little line be
'"me the tiring fqijnils.
All icmeMil their huts, except Gotir Getir
11.11 is, who stueil with his luuids In his
t ui-1.1 t.
Str.ttes smlllngl.i lit a cigarette n
he tool, his place, then he handed ths
lh or case te the eillcer In chnrge of
the ceoiitieu ns a sign of his appreci
ation of Ihe hitler'. courtesy and tact
In the exercise of a painful duty.
ThcoleM and Kaltiuwis chatted gaj lv
wilh Geuiinris as the brief final ar
rangements Mefe iitiide. I'loiepapailakls
a silent and lleneral Hndjatiestis
were bis usual nir of nerieiisnens and
The death seulenee was tlolivered by
the 1 niirt -martial en Tuesday, and was
cemiiuuilc'tteil te tlie cendeiuned men. 1
who hml previously been removed from,
. rr II..I. ... .vl.... ,l.j... !..! ...J
XI IIO Mill! M - ..u.,. ... . 1. iri(i.iiii IIUIU
Aierefr Prism, where they had said
farewell te their relntjies.
rremuiii m " " . nnir 1117, an-,
rninistintliiti of the last religious ritei,'
the prlspneis wtire removed , In. eutpmOt
biles le Ihe place of exei-qilen ,near
(i.niill. outside the IJinft of Athens. '
The cendeiuned were luiinactilatrty
drcfscd and Ihev sliewed 1111 emotion as
tl..... tlnliti.fl fiiiln the niftlnrM ' nwA
walked le the square formed by ths.
Malting 'troops, They took places at
equal Ihtcrwils-. each man facing )hj,
11..!.. .. L.......1 tt luitl. an.. mJ
OM II III II' rinii. w, t.,.-,n .urn, BM
refused te be blindfolded. Wlisn tit
-.1 ... 11.. ......'.. .Ml llll f.ll ' .I1T
eriir ! "i' ii .", ., ,w.. .inniw
taneeusly, nnd pliylclns mUi that,
death In each cse hsd come tfstsntljf, .
.s...-' s .wNtirr.?