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THf! OMAHA BFF.: TUESDAY. OCTOHER to. 1322.
MiMer Huggins Will Manage Yankees in 1923-May Trade "Babe" Ruth
for Marry Wills
and liio (Grande
Takes New Turn
I EDDIE'S FRIENDS
Will Re Boss
One of Piddle' Rout linerk. I '
4 KA5UWTA Yoo TfSSs W rE
U.ime Humor say i.oinn
Will Be Traded io New
York for 4Bnl.e" Ruth
and 'Hoi.' Meiie1.
New Tork, OH. Miller Muggins
villi miinnr the New Tork American
league rlub In 1023' If h ere to
oritlnn In the position which he hm
h-lil for the past two season.
Thin was Ihe substiiinti of a, state
ment given the Associated Pre to
ilny by Colonel Jacob ftuppert, tin
Yankee owner, In denying a report
from lh wot Hint Kddl Collin nf
the Chicago Wlille 8" wa lo man
nge the local American club next sea
son. According to Mime report Collin
Him tu corns to the Yankee In a
trade fur Huh MeuscI, outfielder and
Aaron Ward, second bnscmnn, both
of whom played throughout the
world series that ended yesterday, In
mt'lli in to a cnsli consideration. Local
report Included "lliihe," Ituth In the
deal and eliminated Wnrd.
Q. Team niakei n forward pas on
fourth down from opponent's Id yard ;
line, (lunrd of this tenm deliberate
ly Interferes with rli fmiHlvfi player
after crossing- scrimmage line and on
defensive tenm 6 yard line. What la
A. Defensive team gets brill on Ha
30-yard line, first down, 10 yard to
ico. Utile IB, Section J (a). See next
Q. Tram main's a forward pass on
third down from opponent' 15 yard
line. Ourird.of thla tenm deliberately
Interfere with defensive plnyer after
missing scrimmage line nnd on de
fensive toain'a 6 yurd line. What la
A. Offensive team gets ball on da
tensive team's 30 yard line, fourth
down, same point to gain as on third
down. Pule ltt, Section 3 (a).
Q. Team Or. opponents' 40 yard
line attempts Ion forward pa as, on
fourth down which Is grounded on
IS yard line, hut defensive player be
hind his goal-line, before ball strikes
ground, Interferes with nn eligible
man of offensive team. What Is do-
A. Hall Is Riven to offensive team,
first down, opponents' 1-yard line.
Hide IB. Section 3 (It).
Q. Team has ball first down at
mldfleld and runs to opponents' 20
yard line, where sn Interferer holds
a, defensive bark. What Is penalty
and from where Is It Riven?
A. Rule 23, Section 1, says that
penally Is given at spot of foul. In
this case the opponents' 20 yard line.
Penalty for holding Is 15 yards. Itule
16, Section 1. Penalty Is to give of
fensive team the ball on opponents'
35-yard line, first down, 10 yards to
go. Itule 23, Section 8.
Q. Team A limited and kick was
lilooked by opponent behind this
eleven's line of scrimmage. Player of
team A recovered ball behind his line
of scrimmage. Opponents claimed
first down nt this point on grounds
that a punt has to cross line of scrim
rn.ige. How about It?
A. Opponents' claims were Incor
rect as Itule 19. Section 2 (b) clearly
shows. This states emphatically that,
bnl! does not automation. ly go to op
ponents when one of them blocks a
kick by your team. They have to
THE RKST ri-AY TO VSK.
With the bull In your possession on
your own 5 yard line, second down,
near end of game, with opponents
leading by a touchdown, place your
team In a punt formation and then
run a wide end run. You have to
make ground fast now, short plunges
will be of little aid, unless the defense
so obviously places Itself as to leave
a big nap in the lino for a bark to
slip through for a long gain. Your
opponents will expect a punt here,
hence the reason" for your calling a
punt formation. And they will want
you to punt, as It gives them a fine
chance to tike long chunces in order
to score again. Consequently.' they
will have two backs playing far up the
field to bring hack the punt. This
we.ikens their usual defense by one
tim and giiH you tlmt additional ad-
suing in making our run success
ful. t'nder ui h conditions a forward
pass Is soni.'Miirs tried. H succeeds
c;ue it ia r:uely expected. h'ew
teams ever chsno a pan hm so
near llie;r on 1 ne. And such a
la Is only a lt resort. M Is a bet
ter play on th s down than on the en
dtilng ones. bsittii It Is not a last
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From St. Paul
C.iKlmore, Md., Oct. 9. ltaltlmore
won tho fourth game of tho little
world series fiom St. Paul here this
afternoon, "to 3. With tho score
tied in the ninth, three men on bases
and one out, McAvoy of the Orioles,
broke up the gaino with a home run
into the light field bleachers. It was
his second home of the series, he hav
ing broken tip tho first game with
a circuit clout. This victory put
llaltlinoro further In the lead, three
gatnfs to one.
Groves ami Benton, was started on
the mound, were both knocked out.
Parnham went in for P.altlmore In
the sixth and held the Saints score
lens for the remainder of the game.
Hall relieved Kenton In the ninth.
Seven Clubs Share
in Series' Receipts
New York, Oct 9. The player's pool
Is subdivided iimong' the pennant win
ners and tho club which finished sec
ond and third in each league. As the
Cardinals and Pirates tied for third
place In the Nat onfl league, seven
clubs wdl share in the melon. The
amounts to bo divided among the runner-up
teams are as follows:
Pirates, $.1S2.74. ,
Two Onialia Roys Help
Kemper Academy Team Win
Two Omaha boys, Coglizer and
Truelsen, played on the Kemper
academy football team which defeated
Central college of Fayette. Mo., Sat
urday by a score of 60 to 0.
Games This Week
Koulli llinh ttgitliiHt l.liH-uIn nt l.lnrulu.
tirk nKMint liavlil (ity nt lliivhl lily.
Alllnllt-e HKnfnMt llfntrlen at Itentrlre.
FhIU t'lty asnlnKt Siihlha at hitlM-llin,
tlpthany Hvainst Admits nt Ailnnis.
t'tirlis tMCHinst (Lof.ml Ht or.H(1.
Il.ilflreittt Ms;ntl)t tuitlienhurc at oGoth
enhnrr. Mitilisnn nvNlnMt tlMtwiU st Os4la.
t.riind IjiIhhiI Hguiiist 'iilrhurs at i'nir
bur, WhIioa SKMluit fWraniit st Fremont.
I'swnee t Ity nKnltit Seneca at hrneca.
ItliMiiiitirM aguiimt i'olerhlce at i'oler
hlse. HhhIIiiks aciiiit Kiurlor at Superior.
Ilmtil t it? Mxulmt Inrk nt York.
Srnila SKMlnut Urukrn How nt Itrokca
linker nt I'ltutointli Nnrnisl
Knlrmuuiit nt Knli Uesleysn.
4ulhtteltrn nt Knirta.
Mirlinc nt ttcllinny.
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WITH "HI (M" BAKU.
HAT'S all this Junior business
that's rattling around these
1 If you think these days are melan
choly, you ought to see our nights
They're sadder than second handed
Hut we were reading on a yard of
ticker bandage that Sikl is Junior
heavywolght champion and
Johnny Pundre is Junior lightweight
champ and whst Is It all about
If you ain't good enough to be
champion of something, even If It Is
dfpping your bread In your coffee
Tou oughtn't call yourself Junior
Because that doesn't mean any more
than putting hair tonic on toupees
Everybody likes Johnny Dundee, but
that Junior amendment makes you
think that somebody lias thrown
package of firecrackers into meeting
of Hoy Scouts
And . if we're going to have two
kinds of champions, take back those
Juniors and bring those seniors on,
because first thing you know Mike
Donaldson will claim
Sophomore championship and knock
everybody for 20-yard losses.
Woodmen Lose Both
Games to All-Stars
The Omaha All-Stars won a double
header from the Woodmen of. the
World at Buffaloes' park yesterday,
9 to 6 and 4 to 1.
A small crowd witnessed the game.
In the Initial game the All-Stars
pounded Gernandt for 11 hits, while
the Wows only collected eight off Mc
Uulre, who whiffed 14 batters. Gor
r.andt whiffed seven. Smith's three
The second game was called In the
fifth becausa of darkness. Lang held
the Wows to one hit. J. llazen fea
tured with a three-bagger. Three dou
ble plays were reeled off. McKeagcre
made a spectacular on-hand catch
in the first game.
WonK-ir Indoor Swimming
Season to Open Soon
The big Indoor tank season for
women will open at Nicholas Senn
hospital with the first monthly closed
meet November 4. Coach Pete Wen
dell of Nicholas Senn has prepared an
interesting schedule of meets for the
season 1922 1923. which Includes six
sochttlnn A. A. 1-. ctiainpionsnip men
to be held on March 31, 19:3, and an
other on June :. 12J.
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Lincoln, Neb., Oct.. 9. (Special.)
Three of the statu conference teams
will meet outslate elevens this week
end. Nebraska Wculeyan tangles
with Denver university at University
Place Saturday. Coach Speer takes
his Peru teachers down to Maryvillc,
Mo., far a battle with Maryville while
Coach Johnston's Doane proteges are
engaging St. Benedicts st Atchison,
Kun., In the opening game for the
Chet Wynne's Midlandors have
picked up the plays Wynne used to
star with Notre Dame and the man
ner In which they put them over
against Ben Koesler's Cotner Bulldogs
Friday placed them in s favornblo po
sition as possible conference cham
pions. The schedule of games for this
N1irftka Central asalnitt Chsdron st
ilrnnd Island agalnjt Kearney at Kenrr
Wayne agalnat Midland at Wayns.
JltiHllliRH aKaliKt Yurlt at Tork.
Path ai;slnnt Maryvilla at MaryvlUa.
1 loans asulnst Ht. Bcinedlcla st Atchi
son. Cutner has an jipen data,
Nebraska Wosleyan auainst Dsnvsr Uni
versity at University Plar.
Huskers Idle This Week;
Will Play Bengals Next
Lincoln, Oct. 9. (Special Telegram.)
Nebraska will be the only valley
team idle next Saturday. The Musker
fans will watch the outcome of the
Mlssourl-Ames game with most In
terest as Coach Kelly's Mlzzou
Bengals are the next attraction on
the Cornhusker's card.- They come
here from home-coming, October 21.
The conference schedule for next
MlRsoorl acatnst Ames st Ams.
Kansas nffntnst Drake at res Moines.
Khtihiis Aggies nKaluat Washington Uni
versity nt St. I.ouis.
Oklanoma sgalnst Oklahoma Central at
Gt-innelt sgainst St. Louis University
at .st. Louis.
Bouts This Week
4i'tnlifr 10 .urK iK. O.) I hunfy
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Oct (titer 10 .lHi Itrltlnn HK'iln-t Jimmy
Krllv, 111 ro it lulu In llHiiina, i hm.
Oi-Uilwr 10 f4n Tunur.v Hrntnt Jwrk
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o-tohP 11 ivtt llmoiit KKiiiiut
SmIIop lrediimn, 10 munil In hcrnn
Oit4ibw 1i Will ( JnrkMin ncnlnNt Mil
HrhttrlHti, IO ruundn In lrlmlt.
Octottrr l'J Jim IWrkHt Hmlimt lnW
limn. 20 rntiml In ltmlon.
Ot tttlrfr I .In k Jitw(tlni nittlntt
Mnrvitn Junr, IO round In Tiirnm,
Oiuififr It lllllv Mi-kft mflif.l lummy
r;ihknn 1.1 muntU ly New lurk.
October li Ulllv Hrllton MKnlnil Tat ;
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l'ldj Wfrlrjuii Saturday
Oniiilia llipli Ti'Hms
Ily It Vf .l'U WAtiM It.
Several Important football games
are on the weekenil grid ni'nu for
Nebraska snd surrounding country
On "Fish Day" the high school
elevens of Cornhusker land will hold
sway, All of Nebraska's high schools
of any lnirtnnre will get Into re
tlon this week, while Ihfi Nebraska
Htatn Conference tennis will complete,
I heir SeconJ lap of Ihe championship
rai' Friday iifli riioon.
CreUhton university tackles Iowa
Wisleyan on Crelgbton Held Saturday
afternoon, whllo Central high and
Hloux Clly lilghs mix nt the HtifTilors'
park. Omaha Terb goes to Hldney,
In., while. Smith High Journeys to
Lincoln. Until games will be plaed
lluslter Show Mnnglli.
The University of Nebraska eleven
which snowed the South Dakota team
tinder a tit to 0 si-ore nt Uncoln last
Saturday, will he Idle this week. Idl"
as far ns actual game rombat Is con
cerned, but not Idlo as far as prac
tice Is concerned. Coach "Hiinp-Il l'p"
I law smi of the Hunker team and bis
siiuad of assistants will b'i busy tins
week and next whipping the Corn-
honkers Into trim for the llrst Valley
uamo of the season for Nebraska, that i
with Missouri nt Lincoln, lfome-
coming day, October 21.
In defeating Hie Coyotes, tho Coin
huskers showed that they bnvo an
other powerful i football team, one
which may turn out to bn stronger
than the 1921 nvn hlue. During the
game tho II linkers were not compi-lled
to use any of their trlrks of the grid
Iron, nnd It will remain for stronger
rpposition to bring out tho real
streiiptli of (be Dickers of 1 122.
Couch "MiiC""l'.a!drlge, Crelgbton
grldsters showed a marked Improve
ment In their game with llntnllnn
Saturday as compared with the con
test against Dakota Wesleyan a week
HiimliiH) outplayed Crelgbton In the
first quarter, but Hint was nil, Crelgb
ton grldsters dug their cleats Into the
earth In the second period and from
then on battled the I'lpers " on ruru
than even terms.
Crelgbton ngaln has a speedy back
This was shown In the game
against Jlnmline. Lane, Hpelcher,
Manly and Yeohnut are good backlleld
men nnd hapable of holding their own
with nny burkfield that meets Crelgb
ton tbb season.
Iowa Wehleyans Meet.
In meeting Iowa Wesleyan this hint
urduy, Creighton tackles another hard
foe. The Iowtms have, according to
reports, been, playing great foot hall
thus far this season. They have won
their games with goi' scores and
have emerged from the contests with
out any great amount of injuries. Tho
Wesleyans use the forward pass quite
frequently in a game nnd it' was by
this method of attack that the lowans
have scored most of their points.
Couch iKrnle Adams' Omaha univer
sity Maroons, open their season tint
urduy against Trinity collego nt Sioux
City. Adams has a husky bunch this
year and the Maroons are linblo to
chalk up a .victory over the Trinity
Among the state high school teams
tho dope of last week ran true to
form in nil cases except the North
Platte Lexington game. Lexington
climinnted the 1JI21 state champs
when they won by Ihe score of 6 to 3.
Soiilli High Lines.
Fremont High put tho dampers on
South High's championship hopes by
defeating tho Packers in this citv.
1 2S to 3. Several regulars were out of
Sooth's lineup, which accounts some
what for the largo score piled rip by
Tech opened It season here by
easily defeating Clnrindn. The husky
Tech gridsters romped over the light
Iowa train and won with ease. This
week Tech meets Sidney, la., at Sid
ney and should chalk up another vic
tory. Tech will not meet ft state high
team until October 10, when It plays
liuitrlce at Headier.
Central llish battled Shenandoah
(lit. I lllch lo a ti lo 0 tie score Inst
week. This game has no tienring on
the Ni bi.i.ka state lii;h school cham
Pinnship lu.e. Central nnd Sioux
Citv. I.i. tannic nt l.eni:ue park Sat
urday In game which should attract
a, lot of ntienunn anions the younger
grid f.ifi tiiiuihu.
other names among stttu high
si hool tennis whit-h cototiiHiid atten
tion this k in. !, , I,. .!li;,u. nt
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Heinle droll was one of the
world series heroes fur Hie New
lurk .National... He hit like a
house all it In each kiiiiic, lollecl
lug a lolul of four runs and til no
tills for Ihe series,
on Injured List
I helped by ttir. nniioilliri liienl 'of I'm
Kvery iiere nt f entral high Is bo- ; ,,.. i.,.,.i n.,.i i, u.,,M I bun.
Ing strained lo put the best foot for
ward sgainst Sioux City High next
Friday, when Central plays filoux
City High nt. League park, Tho do
fenalvo, largely neglected In design
ing an offensive gamn against Shen
andoah III Ht Week, M being polished
UP by Coach Srluiililt 111 -preprint! inn
for this week's contrHt.
Scwrnl casualties wire the n-snll
of last Saturday's fray, (bus making
I ho Ceninil mentor fall bailt Into the
substitute, ranks for new faces to fill
the vacancies. Cuplnln Strlhllng nuty
bo out of tho lineup for ft couple of
weeks while Perclval and llowell nre
expected to bo over their minor In
Juries In time for thn clash with the
lown grldsters. Mi Deriuolt filled the
signal culling position during practice
last night while Marrow worked at tho
Coach Hill will sen his Itrserves get
Into notion when they meet tho ,lef
frrson High mnrhlno from Council
llluffs In n preliminary game to the
Tho Purple sMiiad was taken
through the old army stylo of calls
thenlcs nfter a short signal drill last
night, nnd Coach Schmidt has made
provisions for somo scrltnmago with
Coach Krnlo , Adams' Omiiha univer
sity proteges before the mixup Fri
day. Leslie Davis Captain
of M(rniii(j;siilc Klcvm
Sioux Clly, la Oct. !). 1,1-sllo Davis
of Linn drove, ! has been chosen
to captain tho Mornlngsldo college
football team for tho 11)22 season.
Davis plays halfback, Is a Junior
In tho college, nnd Is 22 years of Ago.
For tho past two years ho has been
mentioned by officials for thit all stato
team, wmnlng a place on the second
team last full, He weighs 164 pounds.
P're nit I'avllk, Jr., t(l. Wostun. Nob., and
Anna A. Alftiiieck, 'it, Weston, Ni'h,
ltnrv Vnuithn Hutlnn, lit, Omaha, snil
My M. lllessr, 27, Omaha.
,1'ihn Tlilnun, 42, Harlan, In. and
Pnra Jiam'nm'ii, 3tt. Iif Moltips, 1st
Hcrt Hnstrullrt, 22 Ilrcsfnnl. N. E and
Ruth (,', Alhln, 2ii, l')lk fold t. Neb.
Walter r;. Slnvons, 21, fines, Nob., and
Bosnia SchlvnrU, 21, II n llnin, Neb.
Sander Yeilnli St, Oinnlis, Neb., snd
Krlstlatia Kaitn, 211, Omaha.
RotMM-t f!. Ailams. 21, Omaha, and Iola
Hi'llman, 19, pla (irova, la.
,lamm It. Slttis, nvsr 2t, Omaha, and
Hfilen Hlork, over 21, Omaha.
tor lOJ' IyP' I
VS5Si X -MlefVtrtm4
aU 1 ' JA. Uiur Uurlty
I.Vi1r f!ret full Sw TJVV
wviit It i In I !- vV S
null. f !.'.', I i r Mint I .'ii'isl u a1 ''
Cluimp W illiiiK to 1 I.i 1 1 1 filial-
eii)!er NtiM' 'Hud Hitknnl
Will Not Shige limit
I nlil I.Hlf in
NeW tork, '"I. 9- (Hpflllll I--Ilen.
ling that a fight with Hurry Will.
the tu u io r n nl
lengi t for ,1m U
Detnpsey s woibl
Is out of the'
line niton t his ) ear, i
iiiiilingei , Kearns, :
Is Miiiu-onw boaing
fans with n sud '
It tl olltbuint of j
w n r 1 1 k n t a I k . i
Keitriis, win ii the i
New tnrk Slate,
At tl I 1 1 rOlllllllS-
slon forced DeinP'
n y to acre p t
Mills' i lialleng"
lilid sign rlrles
ir ft visionary minimi, iuhimvi-ii ho
II.. .. . . a.
Inverness lo n rrv ininnin.
illn the bout until some lime
Xeeelvlng s license to bold gloVt
molests nt the Polo UroimdH Ihe Iff
puhlli: ,. C.'s represiittiillve says
Mhi'li he lisked Kearns lo agnio In a
dale In October, the latter ii liinnded
it J'lia.iiiiii giiariinl.v, all "f the
tm in, j- lo be posted before Di nipsrf
ctitned the ling with I he negro. m
top of this IllSlir
the I'oln Oroiiuils
for this year on
the ground Hint
modiillons for I11".
could not, be pro-
u n tun inaieri
,; i j barred' until p.iS.1,
j Ken r n now
rrnwis out or nis
Ynr.IJ. shell nnd tells thn
world that Demy,
sey Is ready to light Wills at Ihe drop
of the hat.
Love Affair linds in Suicide
of Maid and Chauffeur
Olimcester, Mas,, Oct. . Locked
in each other nuns In the last (in
brnce, the bodies of Harry A. De
vino of West Philadelphia and Slella
Zelloft of Kreilimd, Pa wero found
early yesterday on the kitchen floor
of tho big summer home of Miss
Caroline Slnkler, wealthy Philadelphia
arllst, who employed them as chauf
feur and maid.
The tragedy, discovered by a cik
entering the kitchen to prepare break
fast for other servants, followed
farewell party In which liquor figured,
according to the police, and In which
Miss Slnkb'rs' gardener and other
maids joined Dtvlne nnd Miss Zrlloft.
Americans Are Advised
lo Slay Away From Kurojie
New York, Oct. . I'lysses S.
Grant, Jr., eldest son of Gen. Orant.
who returned on the Ked Star llney
Finland with Mrs. Ornnt from a
three months' (rip abroad, advised nil
American to keep away from Europe,
where, he said, they were hated gen-
Nine tenths of the passengers on
railway In Great Britain travel third
J 1 . f'A
(Call !iiel for Uon.IlioMer
to )iin-il lierlifieiites
W illi liii li.ini Sulro
. ( illMlltlilll'l'.
I New Voik, M, . Ths contest n
iiinlrol of the reoi guioiit hni of the
Denver (tin (iisnde rudrosd took
rt new I ill ii when Ihe lllchurd Kiitro
Uoiiiiii llee, iirg.iiilzed r Him Interest
.or the seriiriiy holdeis, Issued csll
for holder of tlia iisid s fust snd r
I funding .'i n r i nit nnd MdJislmrtit
per i .-nl bonds to deposit them With
the i oiiiiinllen well ss certificate
I of id H.el( for securities Hint bats
been di posllril plrvlollsly With Sillier
ilio Piikim or Jl.iiniimm! commit-
T Msmuil I'm I fie find U'rsurn
I'of.r i ii unils v. Ii i h (ni.im'I hJIIi
ilhe Denvir A Jtlu (ir.iiidi, air ts.th
jsi'ikiiig 1'iiril nil of Hie reorifiiiiiriiloil
'of the road, Mr. Hutro s.ild. w.thoiit
rigltld for tll llllesli of IPs
Siillillel I nteiliiMI, cruinaii fir !b'
Slllrn I ollllllllter, Iins lull sed the con.
I m, Hen to ln ft upon Hie Jh'iiVr A
Kin (Irsndr ilrfaiilting on Hi fi''
I liiiyment on Hie rmid s corisollilated
i lion i Is in ordrr (but thn sale of
large bits k of I tan Fui l comiiiiiiy
sim k held by thn road liinv be forced
nnd Hut proceeds Used lo reduce pip""
ln-nii on the road In lb" Interest of
Hie lefuiid'lig and mlJuMmrnl bond
holders, lln iilsn ndvlsed the cuin.
Iiilll 'e In apply to Mm Interstate I 'oiu
iiieri n coiiinin.f Ion fur n public bear
lug fiml Investlgiillun of the entlisj
Dcnvfr .V Itlo flrintde, Western Pa
clfic rind Missouri Pant c hlHlnry and
Inter I'eliillons, past nnd preset, t.
in Labor Conditions
Washington, lief. 9 Increased rm
plo.Miient ws reflected In nil but four
of I ho principal Industries of the coun
try on September 30, over the previ
ous month, nrcordlng to the monthly
Industrial analysis of lbs United
Slates employment service of the Jie
prirlmenl of Labor.
Tho reports dial with those em
ployed In 1,'K'S firms whl'ii usually
employ morn than fiOO workers, or a
total of 1, find, nun. Out of the 65 lead
ing cities, 4M reported employment In
crease during Septemherover August.
Leader in Englinh
Court Circles Gets,
in Bad With Coppers
London, Oct, !. Sir Almerle, I'lti
'.oy, K". C. II., 70, clerk of the privy r
council, most prominent figure In
court circles, cousin of the duke of
Crrifton, descendant of Charles II and
Barbara Wllllres, was charged in the
police court with Insulting women in
Hyde park, resisting arrest and fight
ing the police, and remanded for fur
ther examination on ball of B0)
pounds. Tho offenses occurred In H i
lover Walk near Hyde park on Hop
timber 2!. Three policemen testified
that they watched him half an hour,
In which time he had accosted four
women and ono of tho women came
forward and said that he had annoyed
her and Invited her to go for a walk.
One policeman also said that when
he told Sir Almerlo he was under ar
rest the latter hit him In the face
with a stick and fought all the way to
the police station.
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