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HANDY FOR THE PRESIDENT NOW
11 f J
Golf links at White Sulphur
Springs, W. Va., where president and
new first lady of the land can now
tramp the green together. Below is
the president as a golfer.
The man who talks the least fre
auently says the most,
NEW DETECTIVE CHIEF
TAKE PLACE TODAY
There are now three candidates for
the chief detective's job. So far tha
mayor claims he has only heard of
one of these.
They are R. S. Baker, a secret
service man who refuses to handle
strikebreaking work through his
agency. He is endorsed by Miss Har
riet Vittum and other clubwomen.
Lieut. Larkin is another prospect.
The detective sergeants want to see
him get the job. The last is Nick
Hunt, endorsed by State's Att'y
Hoyne and favored by the mayor.
Mayor Thompson will hold a con
ference with Chief Healey this morn
ing. The appointment is then ex
pected to come out
James McKeever, of McGuffey, O.,
although totally blind, drives his own
automobile when somebody else is in
the car to give him directions. He
has taken the automobile apart and
put it together again without assist