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ggBnmsr treat- headway- as-it
fetched the top,
As the node of the-submarine
appeared above the surface, the
vessel took a sudden 'lurch and
the eight men were thrown helter-skelter.
and "bottles were dashed against
the sides of the vesseU
Nose first, the Cam shot out
of the .wajr; like a giant whale
until the vessel stood" upright
with more that! 80 feet of its hull
in plaih view ,
Slpwlyi! righted itself, the en
tries were stajrtfed and tjie, sub
marine glided to its moo'rings.
Mjraculo'Cfs was the escape of
the eight men, Several of them
were slightly .bruised, and all
wire badly shaken up,
The Carp was undamaged.
In telling of the experience,
Ensign Smith said :
"The dive wis the deepest 'that
ffny submarine has taken. We
dropped our anchor into the deep
est part of Raccoon Straits, and,
pumping water into our tanks,
few the vessel downward. We
ai$i not notice that our anchor
c;hain had become entangled with
ffie lighter cable.
"We left the surface at 12:16 p.
m.and reappeared at 1 :45-p, m.
THe Carp fulfills all. the re
SBtrements of the government by
S , CHEESE RECIPES
Nut and Cheese Roast
a. One cupful of grated cheese, I
nuts,-1 -cupful of br?d crumbs,
2 taWe.spobnfuls of chopped on
ion, 1 tablespoonful of butter,
juice of half a lemon, salt and pep
Cook the onion in the butter
and a little water until it is ten
der. Mix the other ingredients
and moisten with water, using
the water in which the onion has
been cooked. Pour into a,shallow
baking dish and brown in the
cupful of chopped English wal-
ROLUNG BONES "FINE"
BUSINESS, ' -
John Dean - was fined 25
"bones" and costs and Frank
Walker was fined 35 "boijes" and
costs by Judge Beftlerjn Clark
Street Police Court j5ii$ morning '
for rolling the bones, v
But the kind-fcthcy, rallied were
nothing like thc kind they were
fined. Oh, m& ncrl The Jatter
were large, round,' silver dollars.
The former were just ordinary
dice no, they "Were better"' than
ordinarydice they had tmly the
numbers 1, 3 and'5 on them. .Fine
chance to rotfseven.
That's what caused trouble.
Walker says he drifted down
to Grant Park to fish. He had
with him about $90. He was en
ticed into a "crap" game. He also
says he soon caught on to the
fake-dice, so he took them. Of
course, that is why he had them
on his .person when arrested, "
Walter- Stanton and John
Hogari were arrested with the
other two, but were later dis