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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1921.
0 ljp Cljwiwck
IN ARMY BILL
CONGRESS REMINDED OF DUTY'0101'" iu J'oals- Wasco county's liar
TO MEN UNDER CONTRACT
VIOLATION OF MORAL OBLIGA
TION WILL DEMORALIZE
By United News
WASHINGTON, June 30 Although
President Harding expects to sign
the army bill, he intends to protest
in a written letter to congress
against limitation of the army estab
lishment. The president and secrc
tary of war are opposed to the fol
Reduction of the army to 150,000
men by October 1.
The Borah amendment prohibiting
the war department from incurring
"The bill necessitates a very large
reduction in the army. Expiration of
enlistments account lor half of the
decrease, and I cannot feel jusll
fled to ask the secretary of war to
enforce the dismissal of men en'ist
ed for definite terms of service.
"A moral obligation is involved
violation of which will demoralize
the spirit of the army and may
prove a serious discouragement to
"Tho secretary of iivar will not
seek to create a deficit, but wants
to deal justly with fnlistod men by
having congress make such provis
(Continued on Pase .)
FRENCH CAPITAL WILD
OVER CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT
By Hudson Hawley
(United News Staff Correspondent)
PARIS, June 30. A dispatch thnt
seemed to come from nowhere reach
ed the Paris newspapers 'Wednesday
and nearly caused a riot. It was tc
the offect that Georges Carpeutior
French Idol, from whom .ill the nation
is expecting a magnificent victory Sat
urday, had boon the victim of an auto
Editors frantically sent their report
ers to Mme. Carpentlor, members of
the Descamps family and all other1
who might have known the clrcum
stances of tho accident. They prepar
ed lengthy cables to America asking
Then came a corrected dispatch. It
wasn't Georges at all. It was merely
Jules Carpentler, who happens to be
just a distinguished scientist and a
member of the French institute. He
Is no relation of Georges.
The Paris newspapers were hysteri
cal over the news rrom New York
that the International reform bureau
had attempted to stop the fight. The
"bonehead play," to translate freely
from remarks by the press, was liber
ally derided wherever fight fans gath
erpd in clubs and restaurants and
since everybody Is a light fan today,
the whole city was talking, all at once,
about the affair.
"Mon DIeu," tho comment ran
"can't tho puritans allow the Ameri
cans to have any innocent pleasures
Bureau Chiefs of
Are Unmuzzled by President
j MASS MEETING, NEW DIRECTOR OF BUDGETS, WITH APPROV
AL OF HARDING, INSISTS THAT AUTHORITATIVE INFORMA
TION MUST BE GIVEN OUT.
By Robert J. Bender
(United News Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, Juno 30. Director
of the Budget Charles G. Dawes, on
authority of the president, has utrtp
ped the muzzle of silenco from gov.
eminent employes, to end, If possible
tho fear and hopolossneas wnlch Ions
have Influenced their work In tho ex
Before a mass meeting of hundreds
of bureau executives and In the pre
ence of President Harding and mem
bers of tho cabinet, Dawes Wednes
day afternoon laid down three cardi
nal rules by which ho hopes to gain
unhampered cooperation of govern
ment bureaus In successfully effecting
First, when the director of the bud.
get approaches any government em
ploye for any Information needed In
working out the economic problem,
that employe must Rlvo the necessary
Second, If a government employe
believes be has what be believes to
be reliable information and Is not ask
ed (or It, he Is to present It to the
KIT. im IS
A I HMD
THRESHING OF BARLEY BEGAN
LAST WEEK; BIG OPER.
ATIONS AFTER FOURTH.
With one or the biggest wheat
vest Is now at hand. Great fields of
rolling grain, ripening to a golden
brown beneath rays of the summer
sun, are awaiting only the passage
of Fourth of July for cutting to
Some cutting and threshing of bar
ley was reported last week, but cut
ting of wheat has not yet stared.
County Agent E. R. Jackman esti
mates that the 1921 wheat crop will
approximate 1,400,000 bushels, an
compared to 1,200,000 bushels liar
vested in the 1920 crop.
Starting July 5, harvesting will
start on a largo scale In Wafcn
county, according to Jackman. Skill
ed harvest hands will be needed in
largo numbers, probably necessitate
'ng the importation of some labor
from Portlnnd, ho said.
The apricot crop in Wasco county
is also a record breaker this year,
Packman said. Ho estimated that the
:rop soon to bo harvested will yield
approximately 500 tons or first qua!
Peaches of the early Mayflower va
riety are now being shipped by Was
o county growers. The bulk of early
loaches are being shinned to Port
land and other cities inside the state.
A portion of both the peach and ap
ricot crop is being niaikotcd through
the local branch of tho Oregon
Growers' Cooperative association.
Summer squash, beans, carrots,
cucumbers, turnips and beets aro
among the vegetables grown local
ly that are now being shipped to
the Portland market.
GOVERNMENT PLANS FIVE
NEW T. B. HOSPITALS
By United Press
'WASHINGTON, Juno HO. Secre
tary Mellon today announced that five
new tuberculosis hospitals for world
war veterans will be,,constructed im
mediately. The hospitals will be lo-
catod in various sections of the coun
BANKER REFUSES TO ANSWER
QUESTIONS IN DIVORCE
By Harold D. Jacobs
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
POUGHKEEPSIE, 'X. Y Juno 30.
Rumors of contempt proceedings
against James A. Stillman were heard
here today, the second day of the se
crot hearing in his dlvorcu suit.
Stillman's reiterated reply to neaiy
ill questions asked him on tho wit
ness stand was:
'I refuse to answer on tho ground
that It might tend to incriminato me,"
This would be the baeis if Mrs. still
man's counsel decided to ask that tc
be cited for contempt.
IHo mado that reply to such ques
tions as "Is this your photograph?"
and "Who christened your yacht Mod
esty?" Lawyers for the defense admitted
that they expected to get littlo from
Stillman, who sat mopplngi his bald
head with a handkerchlof as ho stud
ied tho questions.
director of tlio budget, being assured
Third, any government employe who
Is interrogated and holds back any In
formation and the director finds it
out, tho employe will bo deprived ol
It is a revolutionary system, parti
cularly to th o.o who know Washing
ton, and strikes at tho very heart ot
the tlmo honored bureaucratic resist
ance that has withered so many ef
forts al administrative economy
Dawes knows Washington, for, as he
explained, he was once a bureau chlct
himself when controller of the currcn
cy years ago.
Tho important, even dramatic, point
of his long talk to the division execu
tives was the appeal, emphasized hy
the president, strengthened by play
upon tho emotions of his listeners and
tho picture of this nation "with mis
ery and destltmlon stalking" within
its boundaries, lor classified employes
in responsible positions to arise from
their submerged state.
"This problem must be solved b;
(Continued on Pie i.)
RAILWAY LABOR HEADS GATH.
ER ON EVE OF WAGE CUT
MEN WARNED AGAINST STRIK.
ING BEFORE REFERENDUM
Ity Unit oil Pi urn
CHICAGO. June 30 Rail union
leaders from all over tl.o nation were
pouting into Chicago today on the
ovo oi tne J 2 percent cut of two
million tail employes effective to
The leaders will then give" their
answer to the action of the United
States railroad labor board in "slash
ing 1 100,000,000 I roni the annual pay
roll of workers.
Tho big problem confronting the
union leaders is how to hold the
men in lino and prevent a li?up of
tlio nation's transportation facll
IJ. M. Jewell, president of the rail
department of the American Federa
tion of Labor, has guarded against
!l strike stampede, I
Jewell, in a letter sent out to the
membership of his organization, cau
tioned the men against "walking
out" without authority from head
quarters. Ho said any member so
doing "might as well tear up his
Returns from a vote In Jewell's
union showed that the majoiity ol
the membership is in favor of ro-
jeeting the wage cut.
Tho constitution of he organiza
tion of the four big railroad brother
hoods, which aro not affiliated with
tho American Federation of Labor,
provides that the hoads of the unions
voto first (Whether to accept or re
ject the cut. In case of rejection
there will bo a referendum.
After conferences of tho leaders of
individual unions tomorrow all rail
heads will get together to present
a solid front If possiblo in settling
By United Press
TOKIO, June 30 Tin Japanese
League ot Mations society today an
nounced that it has adopted a reso
lution favoring arrangements for dis
armament through an Anglo-Japan
ese-American entente. Resolutions al
so declared that the society did not
consldor that tho Yap award reqali
W, W. CHIEF SAYS
HE WILL RETURN
"BIG BILL" HAYWOOD SENDS
CHUMMY MESSAGE TO
U. S. ATTORNEY.
Hy United News
CHICAGO. Juno 30 William
("Bill") Haywood, I. W. W. leader
who lied the United States to avoid
serving a prison sentence, will re
turn to this country July 20, he
piomlses District Attorney Charles
In making the piomise "BUI" got
qulto chummy with the district at
torney. Ho sends this cablegram
"My dear Irlend Clync:
"Will leavo lioro Lily 12 and will
arrive In Now York July 20."
"Haywood has an awful lot
norVo calling mo 'Friend Clvne.' "
MUTINY OP CHINESE
FOREIGNERS FLEE FROM
KOWj SLAUGHTER OF
My Unlteo Pcm
HANKOW. China, Juno 30 Tho
foreign population Is fleeing from an
Impending mutiny of Chlnoso troop.i.
A thousand) Japanese troops pi 'in to
remain In 'the city. Various provin
cial governors aro taking advantage
of tho two China governments to
put armies into the field 'oi Hi i
purposo of looting. Thousands of por-, must Immediately accept tho White
sons were recently killed In lootmgj. award In tho boundary dispu'e win.
Troops are reported to had .sediCosta Rica, Secretary of Statis
machine guns on refugee trains kill
E1ES OF WORLD
FOCUSED ON JERSEY
The attention of the world is riv
eted on Jersey City. People In every
part of the world, the following mes
sages reveal, aro watching the out
come of the Dempsey-Carpcntio '
TOKIO, June 30 Popular belief
here Is that Dempsey will win. Lit
tle Carpentler money is offoied.
.MANILA, IP. I Juno 30 Demp
sey is commanding odds of three to
one. Small amounts ol Carpentler
money offered have been taken.
CAPETOWN, South Africa, June
.10 Britishers continue to lay their
money on Carpentler, although re
ports of Dempsoy's c3inlltlon have
RIO JANIEBO, June 30-- Brazil is
backing Carpentler 100 percent.
Dempsey and American money can
not get odds here, lloth lighters aro
familiar to all Brazilians.
BUENOS AIRES, June 30-Scnll-incnt
is evenly divided between
Dempsey and Carpentler. Argentine
is supporting Carpentler, with Brit
ish and American colonies leading
In the fight dispute. Canpentler
backers aro demanding odds.
SYDNEY, N. S. W June 30 -Familiarity
with American boxers
causes tho odds to lavor Dempsey.
ROME, Juno 30 - Dempsey is a
two to one favorite here. Although
Italians seldom bet on prize fights.
wagers on this fight have been uii-
prceedontod. Large numbers of per-'
sons want Carpentler to win. Racial
1 prido Is chiefly the cause of this
LONDON, Juno 3D England be
lioves that Carpentler has an even
chance. Fight interest Is now at
fover heat. The general public favors
Carpentler to win, although money
is quiet. English people believe that
Carpentler is marvel of the age.
"Although ho is dangerous If he
lands, ho can't hit Carpentier," a
sport follower said, showing a pic
ture of Dempsey.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 30 Motion
picture stars, almost 100 percent fa
FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF AP.
POINTMENT MAY COME
By Raymond Clapper
(United Press Staff Co-respondent)
WASHINGTON, Juno 30 William
II own id Talt has been chosen lor
chief justice of tlio United States
supremo court. Final decision to name
him war reached today, It was learn
ed on highest authority.
Taft Is willing to lake tlio prist, hit
Iriends say, and I'resfdout llaidlr.:, i
known to have been made nwa'o o
This leaves nothing in the way ol
the Inrmal annoiincoiiinnl ol the Talt
appointment and It may ho mado to
day. Tlio last step In tho decision to
name Tuft wu t lor Attorney General
Daiigherly to formally recommend nim
to the president. This lias boon done.
It is iiudorKiood, and tho rqcommcndn
Hon Is at the White House.
ALHir his appointment Taft is ex
peeled Immediately In begin to !'a
iniliuiizo himself with tho cat-en be
foro the court.
Ho will also have to appoint a tie'
chief cloik to replace Iho Into Jainc
Manor, who died shortly after tin-
late Chief Justice While.
Talt will be the tlrst man In hlstori
to have held the ntllco of piOHldein
and chief justice, tho two most pow
orful in the American government
Talt will bo tho ninth chief Justice
Ho may havo tho deciding vote in
many Important cases Involving valid
ity of picketing Injunctions, tho con
stitutionality ol tho anti-child labor
tax, anrl the hardwood lumber and
tniKt cane. Involving tho legality of
open price associations All tho.tc
canes were oirloiod re-arfjued folio'.
Ing tho death of While.
PANAMA MUST ACCEPT
WHITE BOUNDARY AWARD
Ity United Pre
WASHINGTON. Juno 30- Panama
Hughes will tell Fore.'gn Minister Gar '
uy or Panama. It was stated today.
FACTIONS ON EMERALD ISLE
SEEK AGREEMENT OVER
OE VALERA CRITICIZED
LEADER'S DEMAND THAT UL
STER'S PREMIER GO TO DUB
By Ed L. Keen
(United Press KtuTC Correspondent)
LONDON. Juno 30. -Ireland's fa
lure ia expected to ho do'ermined hi m
seiics of seciot meetings which mav
show the way out of (lie piosonl blood
For the time being the British gov
ernment is out of tho argument. The
two Irish factions aro concerned with
the question of whether one man
shall speak for all Ireland or' whether
Sinn Fein will concede Ulster the
right to Its own spokesman If peace
'.conversations with tho government
De Vnlora roused a storm of critl
cism lij writing the Ulster premier
Kir James Craig, jvaclieallj demand
ing a preliminary meeting In Dublin.
Sir James' reply refusing such a
meeting was iinlicipnicd.
There war- .some disquiet, many of-
I'lcials believing that the Irish 'ques
' t ion war. tar from settled. Others,
, knowing of Hie secret conference
which led up to Lloyd George's open'
Invitation, believed the remaining dif.
llculties would bn sweni ,iw:v im i..-..
vato and the way cleat ed lor a peace
gathering, with both Ulster and south
INVENTOR DYINu FROM
STRANGE THROAT MALADY
Hy United Prima
LOS ANGELES, Juno 30. -Harry
Cox, Inventor of the dry roll batterj.
is near death here, suffering from ,i
mysterious throat disease. I'liysleians
are applying nullum in an effort to
save ills life.
ROADS WILL COMPLY
WITH STATE RATE RULING
Hy Unlturt Tress
PORTLAND, Juno 30- Northwest
railroads will comply mill) tlu Wash
ington department of public works'
orrler suspending t lie intrastate rale
application authorized by the Inter
state commerce commission, It was
learned here today.
Only a mandatory oidor by the In
terstate commerce commission can
now pi event one of tho biggest rate
tangles in which the roads have ever
participated, olficlals decline.
TO UNITED STATES
GREAT BRITAIN AND JAPAN TO
LET THIS COUNTRY
By A. L. Bradford
(Untied Pichh Stiilf Tort )Ui'iii'lriiil )
WASHINGTON, Juno 30 (liict
Britain and Japan will leave to III-
United Ntatos Iho til'Hl step loivanl
disarmament, according I" a siaie
men in authoritative diplomatic clr
cIoh here today.
This altitude of the llrsi and third
naval powers of the woild i un
derstood to have been mado plain 'o
this government in tlm iompoiimim to
(be diplomatic f'.eleis , I'leiiilont
Harding pin lor'li.
Pi lends nl disui uiament win
cheeied today as the iiisiill ol he
developments during tli U.-ii 21
llnurh on Hie dis.ii iii.iiim iii qil'M.iu'i
HOUSE AGREES ON
FAVORABLE ACTION TAKE! ON
MEASURE IN CONFERENCE,
PASSED TO SENATE.
By Uimod Pim
WASHINGTON, June 30
poac resolution was today brmtgb'
a step tieateiv to enaetmoiit when
tlm house passet,' on tho muaiuro in
a conference report. It now goon to
the nun ate iwhero prompt action is
expected. It 'hen "oett to tin put !
dent. v.'Iioh- Mnajuio uiil end mh
I he confeieiiie irpor' i-lmwed u
vote or 20'. to yj HcnroHDn'a'i.-
Kelley of Mi'hmin was the only
publican to oe against i
CONSIDER AUDITORIUM CIOUT fAMQ
BIDS TONIGHT NHII MINO
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
CALLED TO LET CON
TRACT. 'For the purpose of opening Lids for
the construction of the new mur.Ie p.l
auditorium, plans for which have ul
ready been drawn and accepted, a
special meeting of the city council
will be held tonight, in the council
chamber. A number of contractor.-.
have submitted sealed bids on the
construction of the now audltoi ium.
As soon as contract is lot,-it u pHu
ned to start actual coimM-nctlon work
on the big building. The first in..; i1:
ment of the f 11-1,000 voted in bond-,
will lie sold al Iho regular meeting ol
the city council on July 5. It ;.i plan
ued to sell the total bond In-nic in
small lots, as the money Is required.
The bonds bear 0 percent Interest and
ire non-texable. For this reason it
is believed that little difficulty will
be encountered in rale of I he entire
li iiiie, probably amom; local investors
Woil'.men am new engaged in tearing
down the old Wiley hum. which islands
upon the site pui chared bj the city
for tlio auditorium The barn will be
oil the property by July in. About lour
mouths will lie required to complete
work on Iho building, it is estimated
GASOLINE TAX BIG
Hy United Prem
SALEM, June 30 Nearly $330,000
poured into the good roads coffers
of the stale through (lie lax on mo
tor fuels during May.
WOOD SHIPS ON BLOCK
Hy Pulled Picks
WASHINGTON, Juno 30
United Stales shiiinlni: board
I ,lt,rlni,t',v HmI'"ho of 2S7 wooden
i fillip'4 '" RciltlIu' Thunies river and
I nrK lml01-- wl" "'0 open
KABER WILL TAKE
STAND IN OWN DEFENSE
Uy United Press
CLEVELAND, June 30.- -Frauchi
Poulson, attorney for Mrs. Kiitli'ilm
Ruber, today announced lliat Mrs,
Kaber will take tho stand .in her own
defenses. She will tjll of her
lllo with Daniel ICaber. the niardered
husband. She hopes to prove that
she .was driven to insiinlty by certain
practices of her husband.
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE HEIR
TO THRONE UNSUC
CESSFUL. Hy United Press
WASHINGTON, June 30--A lues
sagn received here today by Iho See
liian legal ion announced an unsiic
cosstul at I oin pf to assassinate Prince
Kegeut Alexander, at Belgrade. A
bomb exploded in the air some dis
tance Irom the prince's equipage,
wo, Hiding eight bystaudeiH.
The police an est d the bomb
Ihiower, a former Sciblan soldier.
He said Dial he lii'd planned thtt
crime alone, bill the police believe
I hat has a number of accomplices.
The man drew a revolver when h
saw the piijice cscniie iiiibnii Three
im re bombs were leund uiion bin
person. He Inid Ju.-i leinin d Iroin j
Distinguished Persons Ticket
Holders For Saturday 's Fight
ROOGliVEL FS HEAD LlSf; MOKl.
HUE CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT; PURCHASER". FEARFUL THAT
CARUfj THtY HOLD MAY fH- COUN I LBFEIT.
By Fred 8. Forqinson
(Hulled N'-wh Stuff ( 'on ikiioiid'siit )
NEW VOIUC, Juno 30 A new "too''
list ha: mado its appearance In New
Voik It came from the puhlluil head.
quarters ul .Mad I. Him .Square Garden.
It miiy not mean much m-xt whiter
when society (alien up Uh annual soli
um but for next Huturday Hferii'iou
a' Buvli-V. 30 Hi res, you'll he quite the
iin:'g if your name Ih in the list, as
-id list repieHonls Hume ol Hie l ml
ers in this or that who will be on
band lor tlm )oinp.io Cn )' i.r
The li ,l le ids olf v. n'- M . ml
.Mrs Nl hoi. i.i Long it on h. ( nli.i.e: m.'
Mrs 'I'heoiloie ItooKincI'. Keiiiil' .i.wl
Mr.. Itoorevelt From thnro on. it
;illl;., J(. judged that the bunking
foii-hls, uc'oih, automobile ni:inul';i(
tnnr ineiub(i nt Hie cahiuel. poll
iiii. in ;i .,(.ai, it ti t leading rupra--i
tn.it im i,i jq.ifii ,iiy ovory buai
in ;.! "Hinuy hud tioeidod to
hold conventions at the mme plum
Uougli -hf luiiiien put die number nl
wi.mcn who v.jil attend the tight a'
r, .me Mr - Ann. Morgan, a ho promot
i i e I, t; r 1 K cl-p- t1(i t la t w n
UKUWU IN IU
EAST TEEMING WITH EXCITE.
MENT OVER DEMPSEY
CARPENTI ER GO.
EXPENSES WILL BE MILLION
DOLARS; BOUT STARTS
AT 3 P. M.
By Henry L. Farrcll
(United Pic.ss Bluff Correspondent)
NEW YOI5K, Juno 30 Gotham
and Us across tlio river neighbor,
Jersey City, today seethed with ex
citement over the Dcmpscy Carpen
Willi work over In tlio tialnlr.g
rampa of Jack Dempsey and Georges
Carpoiitier, the seono of activities
shitted to the battleground.
New York could gobblo up a mil
lion oiil-of-towJiers without It causln
a ripple on Iho surfaco, but tho
hotels tho pulse of the city re
ported a great wavo of incoming
fans. Hotels in tlio "Hoarlng Forties"
were crowded and tho outlying dis
tricts were getting plenty ft over
flow. On the streets, iu tlio hotel lob
bies, oven in tho always crowc-1
subways there was notning but talk
of the light. Increase In betting
activity was reported in tlio financial
district, where the champion was
still a three lo one favorite.
Work on the stadium in Jorsoy
City mas progressing more Blowly
than expected. Tlio contractors may
not be able to turn tho big plno bowl
over to Tex Rleknrd until lato Fri
day, Tlio ring, eighteen teet squaro
inside tlie ropes, was completed to
day under the supervising eye of the
New Jersey boxing commission.
Unless a IS-hoiir rest adds a fow
pounds, Dempsey will light at 192
and the Frenchman at 172. Both
are through with their training and
will rest until they enter tin ring.
Dempsey will spend tne ovo of the
battle In Jersej City, but no one
has been able lo learn whoro ho
will sleep. Carpentlor will remain at
his Manhnsset farm and motor to
the arena Satuulay around noon.
Rickard's announcement that the
stadium had been built to accomo
date 'JljiOO spectators Instead of
iifi.000 as was first planned, throw a
bomb into tho ranks of tho scalpors.
On many of the street corners whoro
the speculators hold forth, fifty dol
lar tickets can bo purchased for
$5r, nowhere approaching tho flUO
and ?12n that the "specs" predicted
they would get. Cheaper seats aro
Some of tho sharps predicted that
the leceipts will be around l,fi00,000
and Hint Klckaid will come out of
his venture with a good protlt. Tho
expenses incidental to tlio stnglng
of tho battle aio estimated a one
The weal her biiieau prodlets gen-
eially lair .weather f.nm now "until
July ttli wiili only slight change In
Itickaid announced tho
('olillliurd mi Piicij fi.)
THAN 5,000 VOM CN EXPECTED TO
'r. will be In -t box Then there will
be DotiKlat Full banks, J. P. Morgan,
Vincent Amor, Henry Ford, Perev
Kiv lieicllri . Attorney Gonoml Daugh
ertv, John McConnacIc, Goorge Cohen,
.Inline, W. ('nll'rtiih and o on and en
on for throe lone mllogruph pages.
Mteinwhiltt. while t lie uocloly list
may h entirely aa'l. fled us lo Its
ntl'.ei . iiueu: mess Is gi'uving among
the pioli i.iriat Thete wero two linos
at l he Gaidcti Vrtlnenda, III (UID'ltne
wen tlm,. buwng tickets. In the other
wen iln.se who !a I bought tickets and
it' !.' bringin'? tin in biifl; to sou
ii"ihnr ihc.i hud h real card of ad
ii ihoioii ni a coiiuterloit. One man
way said d. Iihvo shown up with a
el of coiinlerleit J&0 tlokottl whlilll
railed tor seals in apneo Tux Kleluird
had Intended renervlng for himself mid
a jxiily ol friends. It was quite u
shock when he was (old tho tickets
wero rountorlolt. Tho ourly estimate
was that thoro wore 5.000 counter
lull in keth out. This nieiiiu 5,000 po
tential tights In addition to tho main
go, which explaln.i why pence loving
iint'i) are li.ulni; their tlckota verl