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Vanderbiit Yacht Always in
Lead but Margin More
Than Once Slight
(Continued from page 1)
g eant spread out for miles, but
the contest Itself was . almost
completely lacking In competi
tive thrills. ,
At none but a few stages In
the leeward run through the fog
did there appear the slightest
nn ihat Enterprise had the
situation in command, that she
was the faster and better boat,
though perhaps no better band
led at the helm.
-At times the experts, peering
Intently at the spectacle from
the swaying decks of destroyers,
bad the accuracy of their flews
Impaired by reason of being a
half mile away with fog contri
buting further to poor visibility,
but whenever the state sail
spreads became etched against
the gray or the blue back
grounds, there never seemed any
question but that Enterprise was
In front and staying there very
Enterprise, after the first
mile, apparently was pressed
only once. That was an hour
after the start when Shamrock
.boosted along by a big puff of
' wind, closed much of the early
gap and was no more than 40
or 60 yards astern.
When the same puff hit En
terprise, the defender slipped
away fast. She was well ahead
at the turn, added 100 yards to
her advantage on the first tack
and was fully a half mile In
front until she lost ground near
As the race was sailed, no
particular display of tactical
skill or master seamanship
seemed called for under sailing
conditions that' were distinctly
'ordinary. In the leeward run.
Enterprise simply footed faster,
with all sails spread, and a shift
of the wind made the beat home
a much simpler matter than was
to be expected. It was merely
a long reach, close-hauled.
It was a disappointment In
many respects to the
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armada of pleasure eraft that
bad borne perhaps 10,090 spec
tatorg oat to Ma, all boplsg for
some thrills; most of them eager
to cheer the gallant quest of the
80-year-old Iristo baronet.
M JOKES IS
(Caa tinned from pas 1)
fsl quest of the "old mug" sadly
watched the green Shamrock V
trail the trim white defender over
30 miles of steadily roughening
He sever gave up hope until
the booming of horns and the
scream of sirens heralded the vic
tory of the Enterprise and the de
feat once more of the Shamrock
line that has never known a cup
victory. Then he sat down wear
ily to talk it over.
Hasn't Lost any
Of his Optimism
"something went wrong . with
the sailing motor," he said.
"We'll have to put another in ov
er the weekend and try again. If
I wasn't disappointed I'd belong
in a home for the mentally weak,
but If I didn't think my boat still
could win I'd ship the whole kit
and taboodle home tonight. And
I'm not going to do that.
"The weath did not geat us. I
have a very fine boat, especially
for that kind of weather. Each
boat bad the same weather."
Sir Thomas chuckled to himself
so that the puff of white whiskers
on his chin and the twirls of his
mustache bobbed up and down.
"I am very optimistic of getting
first prise," he announced sol
emnly, "if the last boat is to be
declared the winner."
Lower is Third
In Yakima Race;
Art Hines Wins
TAKIMA, Wash., Sept. 13.
(AP) Art Hines, Denver auto
race driver, won the 25-mile
Washington state sweepstakes
here today. Howard Wills, Port
land, was second, and Art Lower,
In the five mile consolation
event, Clyde Bloomgren, St. Johns,
Ore., waa first; Charles Peterson,
Olympic, second, and Oliver John-
son, Yakima, third.
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Gloom Pervades Session las
Little Progress Seen j ;
Toward Real Peace
( Continued from pas 1.) .
sponsored by the league to settle
on concerted action. He also cri
ticized the failure to codify Inter,
national law and establish Uni
form, regulations fortreatment of
foreigners. He said the spirit of
nationalism 'could largely j be
blamed for these failures.
Turning , to the Briand plan, M.
Motta gave cautious adherence to
the idea of close European colla
boration, but -made it clear that
Switzerland, would insist that the
work of any European organisa
tion must, be within the league,
and subject to its direction. The
non-European nations, he said,
were necessarily vitally interested
In many of -what seem European
problems. These questions might
become world matters of great
import, he added.
William Graham, president of
the British board of trade, bluntly
explained the danger he. believed
Ilea In the world's mounting tar
iffs. He gave what many regard
ed as a final warning from the
British labor government that
should efforts for a tariff truce
fail, England might be forced to
turn to a protectionist policy.
Speaking of a draft for a con
vention agreed upon at the econ
omic conference, he pointed out
that "if there Were a manifest de-
narture from Its practice and
spirit, this effort would break
down and countries, including
free-trade countries, whieh have
given their signatures and sup-,
port, would undoubtedly regard
themselves free to be ria of an
fill mm to
GET GOING MONDAY
(Continued from pace 1) )
Meier is probably the most-talked
of candidate for governor, his
well-known name and the stir le
is causing over public ownership
Sa ie !
of power thrusting bis name , to
the fore. There la little discussion
of Edward F. Bailey and bit
hopes and plans, a certain .group
of wax veterans here Insisting
Bailey Is to be tbe winner in a
widespread deflection from
Metsehah and a refusal to follow
Casual Interviews of scores of
people about town reveal no cer
tainty in their November vote.
Many people apparently are wait
ing for the atmosphere to clear,
for the real issues to appear and
for a better appraisal of candi
dates as far as individual qualifi
cations for the governorship are
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. (AP)
The new commander of Chicago's
crime-prevention committee of as
sociation of commerce members
girded for battle with plan and
philosophy today as he embarked
on the crusade against rackets.
The comander Is Col. A. A.
Sprague, former police commissioner-
and democratic candidate
MIt Is a campaign which con
fronts us a series of battles
nothing less," he said.
"We hall try in this fight, not
a matter of days, or months, but
of years, to know our friends and
our enemy and the ground upon
which we are to meet our enemy."
Then he charged "general law
lessness over the country" to the
unenforceability, of prohibition."
At Fort Smith
FORT McMURRAY, Alta,
Sept. 13. (AP) Major L. T.
Burwash, dominion government
explorer, was marooned at Fort
Smith today with relics of the
Franklin expedition to King Wil
liams Land, while pilots were
prevented by fog from taking off
to return him to civilization.
As soon as weather conditions
Improve, either W. E. Gilbert,
who piloted him into the far
north or "Punch" Dickens will
leave here to transport him to
Edmonton with tbe story of his
- for love of
a Ulan !
Beginning Sunday, September 21 in
HILL W SET
Former. District Attorney
Of Unn is Favored by
Bar, Both Counties
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committee chosen this spring
when the party was organized
here consists of Dr. B. F. Pound,
1380 South Liberty street, New
ell Williams, 335 South 24th
street. Chris J. Kowits, 1851 Cen
ter street, J. S. Coomler, Route
one, Gervaie, Alois Keber, Mt.
A nominating committee was
not named at Albany when the
Linn county republicans were or
ganized this spring and before
Chairman Floyd Cook of the
central committee can summon
the two committees for the nom
ination, the Linn county precinct
committeeman must be called
together and the republican nom
inating committee chosen.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.
(AP) Reorganization ot two of
the government's most Important
organizations tbe tariff commis
sion and the federal reserve board
will become effective next
Two veterans in government
service will become the new
heads of these two agencies. Hen
ry P. Fleteher of Pennsylvania
for many years one of the na
tion's diplomats, will become
chairman of the tariff commis
sion on Tuesday. The same day,
Eugene Meyyer, of New York
who steered the war finance cor
poration and federal farm loan
board through strenuous days,
will take over the governorship
of the federal reserve board.
President Hoover is ready to
name tbe other four members of
the tariff commission in time to
take office on Tuesday, the dead
line fixed by the Smoot-Hawley
tariff act for Its reorganisation.
Thomas Walker Page, a Vir
ginia democrat, who once before
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( J She saw the man J I A
shejoyed mar- f ; f j s
f f ried to her rival! I I
served on the tariff commission,
is the only other nominee whose
choice for the new commission
has been announced at the
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13.
(AP) I. A. Harris lost two wires
in succession in the superior court
Anna H. Harris obtained a di
vorce from Ira Austin Harris,
whom she testified deserted her
April 26, 1926.
Then stepped toward Goldene
C. Harris, who testified she mar
ried Isaac A. Harris in Phoenix,
Aria., November 23. 1927. She
asked for an annulment.
"Why?" the court asked.
"Your honor," Mrs. Goldene
Cole Harris said, "be is the same
man divorced just now by Mrs.
Anna H. Harris. He changed his
name and married me without ob
tainfng a divorce."
The court granted the annul
ment. G. O. P. Leader
Will be Enough
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. (AP)
Rep. John Q. Tilson, eastern
campaign director of the nation
al republican congressional com
mittee, turned to Shakespeare
today to show how he felt about
the likelihood of republican con
trol in the next congress.
"The republican majority will
probably be somewhat reduced,"
he said, "but paraphrasing Mer
cutio's famous reference to his
wound and applying it to the
next congress, our majority may
not be as overwhelming as at
present but 'twill be enough,
Surveying the eastern territory
from Maine to the Ohio five and
down to Florida, he said be saw
no indications pointing to a
change in more than a dozen
All Statesman carriers are lit
tle merchants and charged for
the papers delivered by them.
Failure of a subscriber to pay Is
a loss to the carrier.
but she was the
saw her beloved Ken forced into a mar
hate by his dying mother's demand ...
a marriage With Healthy, selfish, cheating Cecilci"
Ocile knew that Ken loved Ardeth. And Ardeth
knew it! So she waited in the loneliness of
-thwarted love for the hour when she could sae
him from the maddening misery of his loveless
marriage. And when the hour came Ardeth
could only save him at the cost of her reputation
her honor and all else that she held dear!
Wa the price of love too high? Could she pay il?
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no messages. They said they had
radioed their positions at frequent
intervals bat did not know if they
were being received by the plane.
SAMBONGI. Japan. Sept. 14
(AP) (Sunday) Pilot Harold
Bromley and navigator Haroia
Gatty soared out oyer the Paci
fy noin at dawn today, begin
ning a hazardous flight of 4,632-
miles to Tacoma, wasn., in me
monoplane City of Tacoma.
Their take off waa auspicious
for success. After a run of 1,700
meters on the runway built on
Samishiro beach, the great plane
rose easily. The time was 5:0$
Sunday morning, corresponding to
12:08 p.m. Saturday on America's
While hundreds of Japanese
cheered and waved hands in fare
well, the City of Tacoma turned
northeastward, heading out over
the ocean In the direction of Cape
Yerimo, on the neighboring Jap
anese island of Yezo.
NELLIE ROSS SAYS
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Sept. 13.
(AP) Nellie Taylor Ross of
Wyoming, the nation's first wom
an governor, entered the Illinois
senatorial prohibition controversy
tonight in a telegram to James
Hamilton Lewis, democratic can
didate, in reply to reference he
made to ber in an address in De
catur Friday night.
Urging Lewis to take a stand
upon prohibition that cannot be
misinterpreted, Mrs. Ross ex
pressed "keen disappointment
that your able republican oppon
ent Indicates her willingness to
abandon all leadership on the
prohibition issue in her effort to
win a seat In the United States
Lewis in bis Decatur talk was
quoted as saying Mrs. Ross pro
claimed the prohibition question
"a moral one and should not be
taken np as a political issue as it
disconcerts women and leads
them from other questions that
JIM HUM IS IK
In reply to this,
wired Lewis he apparently has
"accepted a republican interpre
tation of my Tiews on the prohi
Vancouver, B.C. J
VANCOUVER, B. C. Sept. 13.
(AP) Vancourer's civic
airport at Sea Island was officially
opened today by Lieutenant Gov
ernor R. R. Brne, - ho flew from
Victoria for the event.
Tonight Mayor W. P. Malkin
switched on the 21,000,000 can
dle power beacon on top of the
Hudson's Bay building. The bea
con is one of the largest of its
kind on the Pacific coast and is
fog penetrating. It shines direct
ly upon the new airport.
YAKIMA, Wash., Sept. IS.
(AP) I. L. Stuckley, Seattle, suc
cessfully defended his northwest
horseshoe pitching title here to
day, winning two out of three
games from Jay Elliott, Cowiche,
and taking two straight from A.
McMillan. Portland. McMillan took
second place, winning two straight
The contestants ended m a
three way tie yesterday and play
ed off the tie today.
The best corn crop in the Btale's
history is anticipated this year in
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