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Grenda and Walker, 1:40 4-5; paced
by automobile, George Kraemer,
Swim B. B. Kieran, 23:164-5.
Rowing With tide, James Stans
bury, 4:28; eight-oared crew, Malta
Crew, 4:30i. "" --
Running Professional, W. G.
George, 4:12; amateur, Norman
Tabor, 4:12 3-5; indoor amateur,
Abel Kiviat, 4:181-5; relay team,
Long, Lyons, Burke, Wefers, 3:31 2-5.
Roller Skating Flat track, Rodney
Peters, 2:46 2-5; banked track, Clar
ence Hamilton, 2:27 2-5. Ice,
straightaway, Norval Baptie, 2:08;
amateur, indoor competition, Bobby
McLean, 2:35 4-5.
Motor Boat Disturber, 0.58.
Ice Boat The Dutchman, 0:41 12.
Pacing (Gelding) Frank Bogash,
Jr., 1:59; (mare) Dariel, 2:0014;
(stallion) Dan Patch, 1:55; to
wagon, Dan Patch, 1:57; under
saddle, George Gano, 2:10; with
running mate, Flying Jib, 1:58;
teams, Minor Heir and George Gano,
2:02; in races, fastest heat, Directum
Running Horses Caiman, 1 :33 1-5;
hurdle race, Governor Boyd, 1:47.
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PROVES UNCLE SAM HONEST BY
MAILING TEN SILVER DOLLARS
ADDRESS" "PASTED ON
THE OTHER SIDE.
Federalburg, Md. Henry P.
Wright of Aberdeen is perfectly sat
isfied that Uncle Sam is honest.
For ten years he has mailed a sil
ver dollar at Christmas time to his
sister here. This year Mrs. Mary
Fleetwood failed to get the dollar at
Christmas and she started an in
quiry, but yesterday the dollar
turned up. It had only been delayed
in the mails.
Wright puts a 2-cent stamp on one
side and the address on a slip of pa
per pasted on the other.
In the ten years that he has been
sending these unique remembrances
to his sister not one has been lost
If you don't believe it try the
SUBURBANITES! HERE'S YOUR
SCHEDULE PASTE IT ON WALL
Same old morning,
" " place, ,
" " breakfast,
" " chase;
" " bunch, v
" " lunch hour,
" " lunch;
" " afternoon,
" " job,
" " six o'clock,
" " mob;
" " station,
" " walk,
" " supper,
" " talk;
" " slippers,
" " game,
" " routine!
" " same!
"Sir," said the barber as the gent
with the skating rink cranium set
tled himself in the chair, "shall I part
your hair?" "Yes,"" answered the
patron, "please part it in the mid
dle." "Very well, sir," responded the
barber, then he paused and, in a
puzzled manner, scratched his head.
"And shall I split the extra one to
make the part even?"