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Missionary Task for U. S., Church Is Told Presbyterians Hear of Post-War Problems at Assembly in Knoxville By the Associtted Press. KNOXVILLE. Tenn., June 1.— Delegates to the general assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States were told today by a layman speaker that the denomina tion would have to send missionaries to Germany and Japan after the war to alter concepts built up among youth of those countries by totali tarian rulers. But, said Paul R. Shehan. elder of the Lyons Park Presbyterian Church, Charlotte. N. C„ America must be sufficiently evangelized it self before it can assume that task effectively. "Our Christ taught that man ex ists not for the state, but that the state exists for man,” he told the gathering. "Since the day of Christ the two concepts have been in moral conflict.” End of Christianity. Mr. Shehan asserted that the con ception of a supreme state and that of Christ's teachings "cannot stand side by side. Adolf Hitler knows that—he hasn't tried to hide it. “I tell you now. that if Hitler wins, it will be the end of Chris tianity in America." Deploring reports to the assembly which showed 1.260 congregations reporting no new conversions or added memberships during the last year and 9.000 fewer new member ships for the same period in the entire church, Mr. Shehan urged stronger support of the church's Evangelism Committee and greater participation by laymen in evan gelistic efforts. 93,000.000 Outside Church. Before the assembly was the re port of W. Norman Cook of Rich mond. Va.. director of the church’s religious education advance showing ”60,000.000 persons in the United States who are unchurched, 33,000, 000 adults still unreached by the church and over one-half of the children ar^i youth of America all receiving no formal religious in struction.” In the 16 Southern States em braced by the assembly, the report continued, there are 46.000,000 peo ple of whom 35.420,000, or 77 out of every 100, are not enrolled in any Sunday school. Scheduled to come to the assembly floor late today or tomorrow is con sideration of six proposals to with draw from the Federal Council of Churches of Christ. Assembly lead ers predicted prolonged debate on the question. - ■■ .—— $10 Pension Boost Voted Veterans of World War By the Associated Press. The Senate voted today to provide a $10 increase in the present $30-a month pension for veterans of the * World War with non-service-con nected total and permanent disa bilities. The measure, which was sent back to the House, struck out a $40 a-month., pension which the House voted a year ago for all veterans of the World Wfcr on reaching 65 years of age. The $10 increase voted would re store one of the few remaining cuts in the 1933 Economy Act, would benefit about 80.000 persons, and would cost the Government about $9,500,000 a yea’-. The rejected general pension for all veterans on reaching 65. regard less of health or financial condition would affect about 15,000 persons if enacted now and would cost be low $7,500,000 the first year. Frank T Hines, administrator of veterans' affairs, opposed the gen eral pension during the present emergency, estimating that the cost would rise above $500,000,000 an nually in a few yearn since the aver-; age age of World War veterans now is 51. Lochner (•Continued From First Page ) our internment at Bad Neuheim to follow the accounts in the dally Ger man press of the trial in Turkey of Von Papen's would-be assassins. It was obvious that the German public was being prepared to realize how Russian agents were trying to un- , dermine the Turkish state and en danger her neutrality. From this, one may deduce that if Turkey decides to cast her lot with the Axis, the day may come when Turkey will invoke German as sistance to ••protect" her from Bol shevism; if she decides to oppose a German march-through. Foreign Minister Joachim Von Ribbentrop may some Sunday morning at day- j break summon the few remaining foreign correspondents in Berlin to the Wilhelmstrasse to inform them that the Germany Army was now on its way through Turkey to save the Ottoman state from Russian Communism, the British secret serv ice and •'American Jewish intrigue.” It is now almost half a year since we last attended the press confer ences in the Wilhelmstrasse. At one of our last meetings there, however, the spokesman was positive in as serting that relations between Tur- ; key and Germany were excellent. Work on Barges Rushed. The Berlin correspondent for the Turkish News Agency told me shortly before I was interned that he was instructed to comment on the German news "in a family man ner.” The instructions came Irom Ankara. But Germany is taking no chances. One of our repatriates on the Drottningholm who came from Greece reported that Germany was feverishly at wwk on the Greek islands in the Ionian Sea building barges with which to effect landings In the Dardanelles. Some 4,000 Ger man workers, he estimated, were engaged in this construction proj ect, besides all necessary native Greek help. The Port of Piraeus, he also re ported. was teeming with activity again, and all sorts of construction was under way. When I visited it a year ago, following in the wake of the conquering German armies, it was a scene of death and destruc tion. The curtain of silence which the Nazis have dropped over Greece is thick and impervious. It is there fore, hard to verify this repatriate's •tory. It seems decidedly to make sense, however. BOSTON. — SCHOOLGIRL KNIFED—Fidelia Briand. 18 year-old schoolgirl of subur ban Woburn, who was slain today by a man who stabbed her as she fled along the Charles River bank in full view of apartment dwellers in the Back Bay section. (Story on Page A-l.) —A. P. Wirephoto. Radio Companies Win Review of F. C. C. Ban On Chain Broadcasts Supreme Court Rules Firms Are Entitled To Hearing in Case By the Associated Prose. The Supreme Court ruled today that a three-judge Federal court in New Work had acted Incorrectly in dismissing suits by the National Broadcasting Co., Inc., and the Co lumbia Broadcasting System, Inc., to enjoin the Federal Communica tions Commission from enforcing re strictions on chain broadcasting. Chief Justice Stone delivered the 5-to-3 opinion holding that the com panies had a right to a court review of the commission's order. Justices Frankfurter, Reed and Douglas dissented and Justice Black did not participate. The F. C. C. contended the regu lations did not constitute a “final order” and hence the broadcasting companies were not entitled to a review at this time by the three judge court. Charles E. Hughes, jr„ son of the retired Chief Justice, and John T. Cahill, attorneys for the companies, asserted that the F. C. C. regula tions barring exclusive contracts with affiliated stations already had caused the networks “drastic dam age” and they were entitled to a court review as quickly as possible. Joining in the Supreme Court ap peal were the Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society, which owns and operates Station WOW in Omaha, and the Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co., which owns and operates Station WHAM in Rochester, N. Y. The Mutual Broadcasting System, Inc., intervened in the litigation on the side of the F. C. C. Rt. Rev. P. T. Rowe, Bishop Of Alaska, Dies at 85 By the Astociited Pres.. SEATTLE, June 1.—The Right Rev. Peter Trimble Rowe. 85, Epis copal bishop of the missionary dis trict of Alaska, died at his home in Victoria, British Columbia, today, his diocesan office announced. He wds the oldest living active bishop in the church. Head of the Episcopal Diocese of Alaska since 1895, Bishop Rowe was called "the bishop of all outdoors.” A pioneer among teachers of Christianity in that region, he had to travel bv canoe in the summer, and on foot over the frozen wastes in winter, to reach the Eskimos, In dians, adventurers and other trail blazers. The great gold rushes only served to make Bishop Rowe’s task more difficult. In addition to teaching Christianity he was obliged to ped dle it among the people in com petition with interests other than religion. With his own hands he built the first church at Nome during one of the rushes, then continued on to Fairbanks where another church was erected. In a rush for gold at Cordova the bishop followed and there became a competitor with saloon men in bidding for the only lumber available. The bishop -g’ot it and built a clubhouse for the men, destined to be the only coun ter attraction to 14 saloons. Bishop Rowe made his first air plane flight in August, 1926. being piloted from Nome to Tigara by Noel Wien. The bishop was inclined to apologize for this flight, explain ing that an urgent call from an Eskimo village led him to under take it. At 82, on a brief vacation in New York, he looked back to his 43 years in the North, recalled gold rush friendships with Jack London, Rex Beach and Tex Rickard, and re membered preaching several sermons in Rickard's gambling place in Nome. Committee Approves Colpoys The Senate Judiciary Committee made a favorable report today on the nomination of United States Marshal John S. Colpoys of the District of Columbia for another term. The nomination probably will be I La Follette to Force New Senate Vote on Higher Army Pay Will Act to Dismiss Conferees Insisting on $42 Top for Privates By the Aisociated Pres* Senator La Follette, Progres sive, of Wisconsin gave notice today that he would press a mo tion to discharge the Senate con ferees who have opposed a House move to raise the pay of Army privates from $21 to $50 a month. The Senator told his colleagues he intended to seek to discharge the committee, which has stood by the Senate vote for a boost to $42, and force a Senate vote on acceptance of the $50 House-approved figure. The legislation also raises pay of all men in the armed services up to and including second lieutenants and those of corresponding ranks. Senator Johnson, Democrat, of Colorado said he thought it would be impassible for the Senate con ferees, who wound up a session last week in a stalemate with House conferees, to meet again before Thursday when Senator La Follette will have the first opportunity to make his motion and seek a vote on it. Senator Johnson said he and Sen ator Austin of Vermont, the as sistant Republican leader, weie the only members of the Senate group of five in the city today, Senators Reynolds, Democrat, of North Caro lina; Hill. Democrat, of Alabama, and Gurney. Republican, of Soutn Dakota being absent from Wash ington. Army-Penn Football Game Moved to Philadelphia By the Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA, June 1.—The Army-Pennsylvania football game will be played October 31 at Frank lin Field instead of West Point be cause of tire and gasoline rationing, H. Jamison Swarts. University of Pennsylvania athletic director, an nounced today. Mr. Swarts said athletic authori ties of the two schools had decided to transfer tie game to Philadel phia because the city is more ac cessible by train and other existing transportation facilities. The game is the fourth in the present series of Penn-Army games and will be the third played at Franklin Field. The Cadets won the first game at West Point and Penn the last two contests here. The transfer gives Penn only two games away from home, Yale and Harvard. T raff ic (Continued From First Page.) the bill by the Senate, on the ground that the District's revenue outlook will not stand any added obliga tions. The House bill totals $56, 137.000. Mr. Lusk also plans to urge a reduction of $320,000 in the $850,000 allowed by the House for public assistance to families on relief. In the case of old-age assistance he was prepared to argue that an in crease of $60,000 over the past year would be sufficient, instead of $156,000. Wender on List. Harry S. Wender, a member of the new recreation board and active in citizen association work, was slated to testify in support of an increase of approximately $77,000 to give effect to the new law for the co ordination of recreational facilities. Mr. Wender said he would pro pose that in the future the cost of maintaining neighborhood civilian defense work be appropriated for in the District bill instead of by neighborhood subscription. He es timated it would require about $200,000. The American Association of So cial Workers sent two representa tives to support the commissioners’ request that the fixed schedule of relief grants to needy families be eliminated. The association, repre sented by John Charnow and Mrs. Mildred Kilienski. also recommended that the Public Welfare Board be given more discretion to employ sufficient personnel. More Play Facilities Asked. Mrs. Leslie B. Wright appealed to the subcommittee for more adequate recreational facilities for Chevy Chase. A list of eight recommendations were scheduled to be presented this afternoon for the Progressive Citi zens’ Association of Georgetown by Mrs. Oscar Kuldell. They include: Need for renovating Western High School, at a cost of approximately $300,000, including shop facilities for students working on airplane models for military training use; complete the building of all schools appro priated for; a fund of $700,000 for school repairs generally; an increase of $700 for transportation of crippled children and a $300 increase for the education of these children; ap proval of funds already allowed by the House, to expand physical ex amination and training in the schools; provision for additional clerks in the schools to handle the records expected from increased en rollment and physical training. War bonds make bombers to bomb the Axis and lower our taxes. Why not buy some and help yourself? Bulgarian General Executed; Nazis Call Him Tool of Reds By the Associated Press. BERLIN (From German Broad casts), June 1.—Gen. Vladimir Zai nov, former Bulgarian minister of the interior, was executed by a firing squad today after a Sofia court mar tial had convicted him of espionage, said a Sofia dispatch broadcast by the Berlin radio. "He was a tool of bolshevism and its agents working under the protec tion of diplomatic unity,” the radio said. It added that the general, at his death a reserve officer, “never could get over the failure of his May, 1935, uprising,” in which he was accused of plotting the death of King Boris. Two other defendants were con victed. The general’s nephew, Ev geni Tchemlrov, was sentenced to life at hard labor and Theodor Pra shov was sentenced to death. Three others were acquitted. The British radio, broadcasting the stary of Zainov’s conviction, said it was “an indication of the fear felt by the Bulgarian govern ment at the growing opposition of their anti-Russian position. Zainov was a firm opponent of King Boris' pro-German policy and an exponent of close collaboration with Yugo slavia." B. B. C. said 10 others were ar rested with Zainov in April. Youth Forced Her To Submit to Attack, U. S. Worker Says Woman, 36, Tells Jury 18-Year-Old Defendant Brandished Revolver (Earlier Story on Page B-l.) By thi Associated Press. HAGERSTOWN. Md., June 1—A 36-year-old Social Security worker told a jury in Washington County Circuit Court today that she was criminally attacked at her Glen Echo (Md.l home last February 21 by an 18-year-old youth described by his own counsel as a “problem child." James A Anderson, apprehended 48 hours alter he escaped from the Rockville Jail Tuesday night, was pictured by his alleged victim as having broken his way into her home, threatened her with a re volver and forced her to capitulate to his attentions. Anderson, charged with criminal assault, has admitted entering the woman's home, but denied that he assaulted her. John R. Reeves, counsel for the defendant, told the jury in his opening statement that Anderson had been a "problem child” since the age of 6 and was subject to a mental disorder. Dr. George H. Preston, chairman of the State Board of Mental Hy giene, examined Anderson after de fense attorneys filed a plea of in sanity and adjudged him sane. The trial was removed from Montgom ery County on motion of the de fense. The alleged victim told the jury that Anderson hammered on her door between 11:30 p.m. and mid night the night of February 21, and finally broke the glass of the door! leading into the living room and entered the house. She said he flourished a revolver, threatened her with death, was un der the influence of liquor and boasted of his prowess. She said she tried to wrest the gun from him, but was overpowered. _ Court Ruling Puts Custodial Employes Under Wage Law Bt the Assoc 11 ted Press. The Supreme Court decided today that the Federal Wage-Hour Law ! applies to employes engaged in the maintenance and operation of build ings whose tenants produce goods for Interstate commerce. The Jus tice Department estimated these custodial and maintenance employes at 75,000. Justice Frankfurter delivered the 8-to-l opinion, applying to employes of the Arsenal Building Corp. of New York City and the A. B. Kirschbaum Co. of Philadelphia. Justice Roberts dissented. The ruling had the effect of broadening the application of the minimum wage and maximum hour provisions of the legislation. "In our Judgment,” Justice Frank-1 furter said, “the work of the em-! ployes in these cases had such a close and Immediate tie with the process of production for commerce, and was therefore so much an es sential part of it, that the employes are to be regarded as engaged in an occupation necessary to the pro duction of goods for commerce. • • • "To the extept that his employes are engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, the employer is himself so engaged." Justice Roberts asserted that "the power of Congress does not reach the purely local activities in ques tion.” Each concern owned a building which was rented out to manufac turers of clothing transported in interstate commerce. Rehearing Petition Filed In Harry Bridges Case Bt thr Associated Press. A petition for a rehearing before Attorney General Biddle on his or der for the deportation of Harry R. Bridges. West Coast leader of the C. I. O., was presented today to the Justice Department by Mrs. Carol King, Mr. Bridges’ attorney. In her petition. Mrs. King said that although a leeway of 30 to 90 days was customarily allowed for surrender in deportation cases, the Attorney General had ordered Mr. Bridges taken into custody and de ported immediately on a telegraphic warrant of deportation. Mr. Biddle ordered Mr. Bridges' deportation to Australia on grounds of membership in the Communist party, which the Attorney General declared was an organization advo cating the overthrow of the United States Government by force and violence. Mrs. King said she filed the peti tion for a rehearing as "the only procedure now open for review of the evidence in the case.” Mrs. King said that while she was in Washington last Frida# confer ring with the Justice Department to seek reassurance that the customary time would be allowed. Maj. Lem uel B. Schofield, head of the Immi gration Service, was personally taking the papers in the case to Philadelphia and had telephoned Mr. Bridges’ San Francisco attor neys ordering them to surrender him immediately. Racing News Today's Results — Entries And Selections for Tomorrow Racing Results Charles Town By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. $500: claiming. 3- year-olda and up; 4*4 f"rloint Sonoy H. (Bocson) 21.60 5 40 3.20 Menny B. (Kirk) 3.60 2.60 Blue Gander (Herandeil 2.60 Time. 0:50V Also rsn—Rolling Crown. Pilate * Dream Taut. Analogy and Sweet Henry. SECOND RACE—Purae, $500; claiming; 4- year-old* and up; Charles Town courts. Remolee (Smith) 4.20 2.60 2.40 ! Navigation (Palumboi 4.20 3.00 Bill K (Bocson) ‘ 3.00 i Time. 1:16*5 Also ran—Charmlne Boy. Duchess Del. Grist. Satin Marie and Town Car. THIRD RACE—Purse. $600: claiming: 3-year-olds. Most Alert (Palumbo) 8 20 4 HO 3.20 Washed Out (Smith) 6.20 6.4o Thtnbsalot (Kirk) 6 2o Time. 1 163? Also ran—Oswell Chioshot, Sampler, Arthurs Sword and Tin Can FOURTH RACE—Purse. $600; claiming; 3-year-oldsj 1miles. New Pace (Palumboi 6 20 3.60 3.00 Grandiloauent (Root i 6.80 3.ho Camp Meeting (Wright) 3.60 Time. 1 46 Also rsn—Specialist. Bright Erin. Col lege Widow, G. C. Hamilton. Timenetta. Delaware Park By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE— Pur.-e $1,100 special weights: maidens: 2-year-olds. 5 furlongs Little Wizard (McCombai 3.10 2 70 2.5o Wessex (Schmidli 3.50 3.in Lord Win (Wielander) 5.00 Time. 1:01V Also rsn—Pilate's Heart. Bad Actor Amplify. Catsllp. Bold Salute. Identic. Conowinto. Old Ship and Hawkwood Deper SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.000: claim ing; 4-yegr-olds and up: 6 furlongs Bright Ctmp (Wttneri 16 go 8 60 6 60 Tetra Rock 'DecamUllsi 50 10 10.10 Davltt (Dattiloi 21.80 Time. 1:14V Also ran—Radio Wave. Big Bot Blue, Helen Spot. Exarch. Grandeur Stevada Whistling Dfck. Primarily and Dan Cupid (Dally Double paid Ml 30 > Belmont Park By the Associated Press. FIR8T RACE—Purse. $1 5oO claiming: ‘.'-year-olds 5 furlongs (Juvenile course' the Watch iThompsoni 6.90 40 2.an Regal Boy (Zufelt) 3.80 2.TO Samhar (Longden> 4.9u Time. 0:59 Also ran—River Wolf Water Pearl. Toss Up. Meneithet, Senate, Ample Reward. Bachelor Boy. 8ECOND RACE—Purse $!,(O0: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward t> furlong,. Miss Daunt (Arcaro) 6 40 3 80 2 90! Kentown tJamesi 6.30 4 50 ! De leer (Izmgden) 8.00 Time. 1:11*3. Ladles First Sun Ginger. Lady Water loo, Little Davey. (Dally Double paid $43.60 ) THIRD RACE—Purse $1.(00: steeple chase. maiden 4-year-olds and up 2 miles Alcadale (McMillan) 11.60 4 an out ■ Bold Stroke iMageel 6.00 Out Sir Bluesteel (Bellhouse) Out ! Time, 3:49*5 Also ran—Kmc s Quest. FOURTH RACE—Purse $1 500 claim ing. 4-year-olds and ud 6 furlongs Coupon iThomosom 6.40 3 40 2.80 The Fiend (Coulei 4 50 3 lo Liberty Franc (Wahler) 2 60 Time. 1:113-5 Also ran—-Cousin Nan. Carvale. Royal Taate and Happy Home FIFTH RACE—Purse *1 500: maiden colts and geldings: 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs Dove Shoot (James' (10 4 To 3.30 | Count Fleet (Longden) 5.90 4 20 , fBupermont (Oilbert) 7.10 Time. 0:57 2-6 Alao ran—Devils Thumb Tracelett*. Moreno. aNoonday Sun blye for Eye Sedgemoor. Quls. fBright Remark. aLazy Tongs. Rurales bPartido. (Vacuum Clean er and Bully Good * aManhaaset Stable and Greentree Stable entry, biting Ranch entry. (Field. Suffolk Downs By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purae. $1,000 claiming maiden 2-year-olds; 4‘a furlongs. Pictograph iSeabO) 6.60 4 40 3.20 Marcella K iBrunelle) 17.60 8 60 Faille (Mora) 4.00 Also ran—Valdina Banner. Miss Cold. 1 Beau Brummel. Lady Chancing Fatal Hour Pond Thoughts, Camp Brill. PUatan and Bold Eye. 8ECOND RACE—Purse. $1 200; claim ing: 3-year-olds: 8 furlong? Ballyarnett 'Seabol 13.20 6 40 5.00, Castlendge lAtkmson) 4.60 3.00 Sr.arleyow (Pmnegam 5 40 Time. l:124j. Also ran—Shemite Brave Sir. Dennis ; F. Stell. Girlette. Mad Crusader, Fay1 Mate and Tripped (Daily Double paid $60 SO.) THIRD RACE—Purae. $1,000 claim ing 3-year-olds 5 furldnia Buzrle Jr. (Snyder) 16 20 6 60 4 60 Uefetehtt (Dennis' 4 00 2.80 Moonmlas < Deerinr) 4 80 Time. 1:01S. Alao ran—Come Down Silver Tip. Val dina Rip, Time Out. Atafa, Isfhan. Lincoln Fields By th( Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse $800 claiming 4-year-olds and up 7 furlongs Forfend (Brooks) 7 60 3 80 2 *0 Jackorack (Craig' 3 70 7 40 , Lewistown (Littenberger) 3 70 Time. 1:79*5 Also ran—Valdina Boss Monk s Memo Song Master, rloy G . Marbold. Havana Lad. Another British Ship Sunk Off North Atlantic Coast (Earlier Story on Page A-S.) By the Unedited Presi. The Navy said today that a small British merchant vessel had been torpedoed off the North .'dlantic Coast more than a week ago and survivors landed at an East Coast port. The Third Naval District in New York annnounced that survivors took to lifeboats and a check showed that of the crew of 40 only one had been lost by the torpedo ex plosion in the engine room. After the three lifeboats had moved a few hundred yards away from the stricken boat the sub marine surfaced and fired several rounds from a deck gun into the cargo vessel. The submarine came alongside the lifeboats and the survivors were given two bottles of West Indian rum and were asked whether they desired cigarettes. The submarine commander was told no cigarettes were needed and then the submarine moved off and fired another 20 shells into the freighter. When the cargo vessel sank the submarine moved away and disappeared. — Gen. Olds and Mrs. Auchincloss Apply for Marriage License ' An application for a marriage 11 I cense for Maj. Gen. Robert Olds of the Army Air Forces and Mrs. Nina Gore Auchincloss, daughter of former Senator Gore of Oklahoma, was filed at District Court today. The application, filed by J. Roy Thompson, jr., an attorney, gave Gen. Olds’ age as 45 and Mrs. Auchincloss’ as 38. Gen. Olds, one of the Army's dis- \ tinguished flyers, was in charge of the Ferrying Command until March, when he was assigned to the 3d Air Force, Tampa, Fla. The license ap plication gave his legal residence as Fort George Wright. Spokane. Wash. Gen. Olds is a native of Woodside, Md. Mrs. Auchincloss, whose address was given as 3114 O street N.W., is the former wife of Hugh D. Auch incloss. She is prominent in Wash ington social circles. Both Gen. Olds and Mrs. Auchin closs have been married twice pre viously, according to the application, and both got divorces in Reno, Nev. The Rev. U. G. B. Pierce was listed as the minister who will perform the ceremony. Mr. Thompson told re porters that plans for the ceremony were incomplete and said he did not know when it would take place. Reputed Oden Confession To Be Read as Evidence (Earlier Story on Page B-l.) Justice P. Dickinson Letts in Dis trict Court ruled this afternoon that the alleged confession of Guy E. Oden, 18, to the shooting of his 15 year-old sweetheart, Ellen Reid Can non, would be admitted into evi dence in Oden's first-degree murder trial. The confession will not be read to the jury until after half a dozen policemen have testified concern ing the voluntariness with which Oden gave it. Their testimony prob ably will not end until tomorrow. Entries for Tomorrow Belmont Park By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. *1,500; claim ing; maidens. (J-ybar-olds, 5 furlongs (Juvenile course). Head Over Heels (B. James) _11? African Bun IE Arcaro) - 114 Portress <T. Zufelt) _ 114 Chesateake <M. Basilei -- 111 Cepe May (C. McCreary) _10* Be Impudent (J. Stout) _ __114 Sure Footed (no boy - - 114 Robert F. 'S. Youngi 114 Nom de Plume (J. Gilbert) _ 111 Still Pond (J. Gilbert t _ 114 SECOND RACE—Purse *1.500; claim ing; 3-year-olds 0 furlongs. Aletern (no boyi . _ 110 Time Svelte (B Thompsoni _ - 1"* Gummed Up (H. ShufehJ ... 10* Abrunt IF Zufelt) ... _113 Little Slem mo boy _ 113 xLouisville II (N Coulel— _ 114 xUmbril (C. Wahler) . _ 103 Brown Gal (D. Meade i -113 Stimstopr IB. Thompson! -11* xBrave Friar <C Wahlrri _ 111 Eric Kniaht IH Lindberg)_ 11* Lady Tourist (M Basile) - 1'* Solar Sta- iG. Woolfi . .. ... 11« xBrother Dear <W Day)--114 Refulgent (J. Longdenl -lift Lady Flame (I.. Haas) 110 xGood Company (1. Garsa).- 1(0 Best of All (S. Youngi - ... 114 Bug Boy iF Neves! - 113 Mr. Goose IB James) _113 THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.500: claiming maidens, l-year-olds; 5 furlongs (Juvenile Course!. Sugar Ration fno hoyl _ .114 Parlferda (J Longdenl 114 A'acyon ino boyi . - 111 Exemption (L. Haasi- 11, Junior Eatton <N Walli _11? Good Looking (B Thompson) . Ill Hianne IJ. Breen' _ . 108 Mugs Gam- ino boy). . .114 Propose iB James• ____ 11? Gorse Hul IT. Vercher) . - Ill FOURTH RACE— Purse. *1 500; claim ing :i-year-olds l'« miles. Question Man IJ Gilbert) ___ 110 Smart <C. McCreary). __ __ 11 :i xBlue Nose iW Day)__ .. 114 Marchtc (M. Peters) 113 Retinue 'C McCreary) 113 xWtoodvale Queen (G. Cost) 103 FIFTH RACE—Purse. *5.non added: Meadnworook Steeplechase Handicap, 4 vear-olds and upward about 2'a miles Eikridge (H Cruz' 13!) Loughtrea iF Bellhousei_. - Fin Invader <no boy' 139 Cupid (J Mergler) _ ... 136 Sussex <F. Slate' _ 14!) Deanslaw <J Magee' . _FIT • a Mad Policy 'no boy . _ _ 14" a Good Cha'nce (E. Roberts) 119 Bagpipe fno bov _ _ . l.iii Straw Boss mo bon _ 142 Caddie (H W. Clements' ... Fl.'t Lechlade ij. Penrod' . . . 135 a Mandingham (no boy' 155 a Mn. J. T. Skinner and Rokeby 8table entry •Include! a 3-pound penalty. SIXTH RACE—Purse 87 500 added. Peter Pan Handicap 3-year-olds. l'« mil' Salto (W. Mehrtensi _ 105 Fairaris 'B Thompson) _ tin Air Current (no boy _ 112 Eternal Peace (C. Wah'.en _102 King's Abbey (E Arcaroi ..- 112 Col Teddy (L Haasi _ 115 Colchis (G Wolli _ 123 Trlerarch (no boyi _ _. 100 SEVENTH RACE—Pur-e *1,500: special weig.us: maidens; 3-year-olds and upward 1 mile. Tierce <E Arra.-o' _ ins Reaper's Blade iA. Rcbertaoni._113 Raj Kumar 'D. Meadci 113 Blitzkrieg (B Jamesi _ 111 Trierarch (J. Stout) .._ 113 a Enter (R Neves' __ 113 a Larrup iR Naves) _ _ 113 Pharatheeti (L Haaai _ 113 Dream Fox (no boyi __ 113 Fairymant (J Gilberti .._ 120 At Which (F Zufelti __ _108 a w. E. Boeing entry. EIOHTH RACE—Purse. 41 500. claim ing. 4-year-olds and upward 1 . miles Happy Hunting <J Longdeni 113 Tex Hygro (no boyi 108 xGeneral Mowlee (L. Lovertdge) __ 1"9 a Rackitack (P Longdeni .108 Irish Echo (J Stout I . 114 xTrimly (E Crowtheri ..._ 109 a Present Arms iL Hats) _ 113 Specily (F Zufelti . __ 114 Roman Governor (E Arctro) _114 Mythical King iE Arcaroi _114 a C S Howard entry xApprentice allowance claimed. Fast. Detroit By the Associated Press FIRST RACE—Purse. 4900 claiming 3-year-clds and upward. 8 furlongs 1 chute 1 Lochiea __ 106 xThe Anvil_103 Swell Chance . 114 Inviting . _ 10R xLiberio 106 Leading Actor 111 Valding Gnome 108 8haker-Man _111 xlUka __ 108 Saxons Pride. 108 Orcua _111 Anahuac _111 SECOND RACE—Purse S9O0: claim ing. maidens. 3-year-oldt. 6 furlongs (chute) xMr Sam _108 Beau Catcher . los Smartest Yet - 108 xLady Sponsor. 106 Paniluna . 108 xDisclare _ 106 K. Cookie .. 108 Nancy's Baby. 108 xjust Rainey . 113 Bit O Brown . 108 THIRD RACE—Purse. 4900: claiming maidens; 2-year-olds: 4*.a furlongs Thunder Bow_110 Bright Novet 113 Better Try _113 Kate’s Silver.. 110 Thale) ___113 Meadowbrook . 116 Air Corps_113 All Charm _11.3 Plying Ritg . 110 Tango Time 113 Plucky T-ddy .113 Mattie Sue _ 111) FOURTH RACE—Purse *1.10n claim ing: 3-yegr-olds and upward. 8 furlongs (chute'. xSumatra III 105 Polaris .111 Justice M 115 xMilk Punch. . 106 xRemote Control 11" Aerial Toy 109 Briargn .. 113 Hi Gold _115 Doll Baby 108 FIFTH RACE—Purse. *P0" claiming: 3-year-olds 8 furlongs (chutfi. Miss Victory . 106 Itchin' 103 Cureagal _1"6 American Lake lug Sorry Nok _1('6 Saww-ood . 106 xOood Lady _10] Joann _10.3 Girlie Star . 103 Precision _117 xTourist Lady 101 SIXTH RACE—Purae. 41 500: allow ances, 3-year-oldg and upward: 8 fur longs (chute'. Vegas Justice.. 112 Exploded .. 112 Anxiety .. 107 Gold Princeaa.. 94 Runaway Boy . 112 Pomiva _107 Sarah Loraine. 104 Try Fin_ 99 Army Song_114 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *900: claim ing: 3-year-olds 6 furlongs ichutei. xStar Whiz 106 Checkerboard 106 Loretta Rice 109 xMagic Power. 106 Valdina Alden . 106 Royal Minuet. 106 Get Good _111 xMisslam 101 xProper Gal_101 Cactaceous _106 Town Clock . 112 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim ing. 3-year-olds and upward 1 mile and TO yards. xMoonish . 10« Ching Ling 11! xBosky Del! 112 Reigh Me 111 xHoney Boo . 10H Anita Chiquita 111 Scandalous 111 Betrothed 111 Knock Knock 09 Kantaka . 111 Sparkling Heel ion x Apprentice allowance claimed. Slow. Suffolk Downs By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse $1 ono claiming maidens 3-year-olds: B furlongs. xDilly Dilly _ 110 Seaman _ 120 Loulans _. _ 115 Dishaven_ 120 Liberty Patsy 115 xPal _ 115 Valdma Captor. 120 Bacomar 115 xMine _ 115 Sound Effect 120 Briar Gal _ 115 xDepwii 110 Snow Tint ... . 120 xWar Orphan 115 xEquiplay_ 115 Bidder.. _ 120 SECOND RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim ing: 3-year-olds and upward: 0 furlongs See See . 109 Dark Level 114 xTravis L_ 112 Opportunity. . 104 xBig Chance_ 109 Sun Idele 109 Grandeem_ 109 Copin . _ 114 Cadet Bob _ 11T Flying Emblem 114 xBelmar Arra.. 104 Take It . 114 xChanceRun .. 115 Missy Greenock 109 xMorstep_ 104 Maegay _. 109 THIRD RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming 3-year-olds and upward: B furongs (chutei \F1y Gent__ _ 112 xEight and Six JOT Blumere _ 112 xWise Counsel 109 Last Frontier.. 112 Maydla ..117 xChatter Gal 104 Lady Lyonars. J12 xMaeline ..109 Sun High .114 Dinner Jacket 120 xValdina Lord . 109 Big Stakes 114 xBlue Leona_110 Posterity .. 114 xOld Whitey . 109 FOURTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim ing: maidens: 2-year-olds: 5 furlongs. Stolen Sweeta 111 Miss Vogue 111 Character Man. 114 Hy-Nickev __lis Bostonlte ..111 Trust Buster_114 Bus Girl 115 Noslen 114 Valdina pledge. 114 Blue Eva-113 FIFTH RACE—Purse. $1,500: claiming 3-vear-olds and upward: B furlongs (chutei xTime o- War.. 105 xCharltable .. 112 Two-Ton Tony . 114 Allegro _114 Cbe.rm Bracelet. 105 Lassator _114 Off Shore_112 Star Boarder_114 xPet _103 SIXTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming, 3-year-olds and upward: « furlongs, chut* Becoml.v . 112 Knitetta . 112 xRed Meadow. 112 Miss High Hat 115 San Stefana . 112 Not Yet 115 Brown Dancer. 102 Short Cake .. 120 xCantenip 115 Jackele 112 Miss Sungtno 102 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. 51 500: allow ances: 3-year-olds: 1 mile xTide's In_102 xMtsflying_inn Pal reals_107 xCatcall _lots Ask Me_107 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. $1,000; claim ing: 3-year-olds: 1A miles. xDaisy . 105 xBIg Parade _ 105 Plucky Muffin. 113 Batik .. 110 Two Ways ._ 105 Qalla Court 110 xMack s Mfa* _ 105 xBoiled Brisket 105 xNo Dough ... 105 x Apnrcntlce allowance elalmed. Fast. Delaware Park By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. *1 100: claiming maid ns; 2-year-olds. 5 furlongs Can Time .. . 114 Pickwick Arms, lit Modesa Lad_ 1J7 Bell Soma 114 Brass King-11" xElizabeth K _ 100 xMataco _ 110 Halcyon Rock.. 121 Guerryton _ 117 Oak Queen - 114 Pxnamerica 114 Go Wes' _114 Lightvale _117 Triple Sun _114 Flint Seth __ 117 Verv Quaint _ 114 June Quest_117 Rough Honey . 114 SECOND RACE—Purse. *1,000; claim ing; n-year-oids. o lurlongs. a Kay Dee Kay 10H Happy Gallop- 113 Miss I. Q. _. 108 a Jack Buck .. 113 Distant __ 111 xBavardia _103 King's Feast . 113 xTour _ Ion Hattie Belle 107 Belmtke _ 111 xTouer Guest 108 Disclose _113 Merrily Go 113 Sallymar ..... 108 Gate Post . 113 Thespian . . 113 xNote 108 Shepson 113 a Mrs. E. Kolseth and Delmar Farms entry. THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.200: claim ing: :t-year-olds and upward: 6 furlongs ichute i Greek Jurist 114 a Sobriquet ... 110 Eoualize _ 100 xWesley A 112 One Link . 105 a High Cm and 110 Carrie.ge Trade 112 xRldtr.g Light 112 Monday Lunch. 117 Bill s Sister li'O Wise Timmie 117 Atom Smasher 117 a Christiana Stable entry FOURTH RACE—Purse. *1.100 claim ing 4-iear-olds and upward 1.'. mues xBiueetring 105 xToast 104 xDlzzy Dame . 106 xFlying Selma 104 xWIre Me 103 High Arch 114 xWhite Samite. lot Dorothv Pomp. Ill Niton - 111 Iron Bar sPunchdrunk . 107 xMolasses Mibs 105 Cheer Me 111 Spang 110: xBunny Eaby lot} Llavin . It P Fair Rock . 104 xMiss Thirteen 105 FIFTH RACE—Purse. *1.300: claiming. 3-year-olds and upward: 1.', miles, lee Water 117 xRaphael II .. 100 xBelle D'Amour 103 Dollar Bay 118 Phsrien 104 Shadows Past 114 SIXTH RACE—Purse. *1 500: allow »ncf': 3-year-olds 6 furlong' ichutei Many Lands 115 Hard Cracker 113 Nell Mow-lee I os Wind Whither 115 sHard Bar»n los xFree Double 115 xSeamanhke 112 xlndtan Sun . 115 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. #1100: claim ing .'l-yoar-olds. 1 * milcf* xCrosf Tide 11*1 xMichigan Sun II? Fashalong 11? xRecord Flight 16? xMischief Afoot 11'! xChurch Supper 16? Impregnable 117 xRobCoe K 114 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.100- claim ing 4-year-olds and upward: J’« miles Alimony Kid 1J5 alnquirer . 160 Boston Pal 115 Fold Under 114 American Wink lnO xGolden Mowiee lofi Brown Twit 115 xClap Air IK' Slave Charm 110 Psychology 116 Lady Killer 114 xComely Maid 115 aWhitheraway . 116 xrAbmeres . _ Ufl Dulie 115 xRecondite 1"& Eight Rolls 115 cUvalde 117 a T Martin and V Allen entry, c I. Bieber and Mrs E D Jacobs entry. x Apprentice allowance claimed. Fast. Charles Town By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse- $500 allowances 7-vear-olds about 4'a ,'urlonss aTippy . HO i£ii Rinnle . . 113 Tommy Atkins 113 Gypsy Lou 110 Sin Klass 110 Palgene ... 110 Satchel ... lid Morning Time. 113 1 Somewhere_lio Feeling High . 113 Shy Miss .. 110 Chat Hook-ns 113 B ight ’n Happy 110 GrBnny Cake _ 110 a Mrs. M. E. Whitney entry. SECOND RACE—Pur'f $000 claiming 4-jear-olds and upward ”‘a furlongs. Caidon .. .. 115 Sour Cherry HO Settler _ 115 Not Alone_110 xScootie 105 Pnrtet ... .. 115 Gov Sholtg 115 Mintsitka _11” Free Ride _ 11” xOhto Lady 1”5 Blox . ..115 Ardmore n __ ]J5 Little Mowiee _ 115 xGolden Mayne 110 THIRD RACE—Furs*. $500 claiming 3-vear-olds and upward, d furlongs. Bugle Ann 114 Grand Luck .. 114 Lariv Mowiee 114 Pent Fours . 114 Reign Supreme 114 xSusan'a Sally 1 ”3 Zac Pal _ .114 Lennane Ray Light __ 114 Meadow Gold 114 Dividend .... 114 xCrusand 1"” xKiiplacer _109 xCasad _103 FOURTH RACE—Purse. «dOp claim ing 3-year-olds and upward, about 7 furlongs. xBob Junior _ 109 Suegaie -103 Big Bully .. 1! * Gradatim 114 Leaky Roof . 114 xWind s Chief .109 Skittles 114 Freds First . lid Persfhn Queen 111 Falcemere -103 Char.cerian 114 Silver Beam 113 Doctors Nurse. Ill Petes Prince .114 FIFTH RACE—Purse $”00 claiming 3-year-olds and upward about 7 fur longs. Showabal _lid xMr Jim_115 He s Tops_ 10S Royal Crosa_114 xOCleary _109 xBronx XI ... 105 Wtmtme _103 Ler-Lin -lib Discretion _lid xFTelan -103 Indian Sea .. lid Sir Jerome... 110 Paso Grande.. Ill High Bud . ... 11$ SIXTH RACE—Purse. $700: claiming 3- year-olds and upward Charles Town course. xBlue Melody.. 103 Deleharm _107 xMalvois _ loo Oklahoma _113 Gasset __113 xCenterville .. Ill Bob's Pass .. 113 Myrtle M ... 105 Expected Belle. Ill True Pilate ._ 107 Smart Lad lid Pymo _. . lid Step In Fred 113 Terry May .. 105 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. $700: claim ing: 3-year-o.ds and upward 1'. miles xBarraca .. 105 Burner I-a Mae 105 High Blame . UP Danzig . 117 Pep Talk . 117 Virgins Girl 10” xRoving M ss 1 ”7 Grand Court 117 Gold Sweep 115 Play Gold 117 Meddling Mac 117 Gay Sir 105 Hot Man . 117 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. «”<>n claiming 4- year-olds and upward 1'w mile' xWorthownlr.g . lio Jovian 115 xW’ar Sorrow no Elamp 11” Hastings View 115 Alamod* 110 Sir Time _ 115 Lees Jimmie 115 xBoat s Crew 11” Ara-Ornis . .. 11” Tyr 115 Five o Four_II” xldle Night . 105 xSalimatica 105 NINTH <Suo*titute> RACE—Purse $500 claiming 4-year-olds and upward. d'a fur long' Pandoramint .. 110 High and Happy 110 Satin Royce 110 xbon Dash . 11” Pailee .115 Grand W ind . 115 No Fair __ 110 Waugh Scout 115 j xLikely Lad_110 Piper’s Tune lio i War Target_115 xMore Sunshine 105 Resdy-About HO Clocks 115 x Apprentice allowance claimed. , _... _ . i Lincoln Fields By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. $800 claiming ! 3-year-olds: 6 lurlongs xBellcoda_111 xHelen Agnes 106 xLatent _ 10* xMiss Letitia 105 Hadepine_11" xMarada . . 105 Blue Chip _ 113 HillflilT _ 118 SECOND RACE—Purse. $8"0: claiming . 3-year-olds and upward: 8 furlongs I Livery's Cop 118 All Steele 11* xEniset 11" xGood Gosh _ 11" Black Highbrow 118 xTwo Ply 113 . xStray Chord 1"8 Miss Merit . 11:: : xFast Start .. 113 xBlack Flame _ 115 Gold Trophy .. 11S Arched Id" Arrowtraction 118 Johake _ Id" < Sir L . ldO xMaree Advice 1"" Merry Bid_118 x.Michiya 1"8 THIRD RACE—Purse *1.000; claim ing 3-year-olds: 8 furlongs. Blue Garter 100 xBird High 108 Courteous lid Counterbalance i"0 xJames Quest, lid Mulligatawney lid xFeathery . _ 104 xRememberine 118 Gem W. 118 Chief Bud . 114 Urawinner_11" Some Man.... 114 xWest-Ho ... 1"T Epola ... 114 Ariel Bird_1"0 Spy Way_ 11.3 xPaiturf _ 103 Marmac _ 114 _ FOURTH RACE—Purse. $800. elaim ing: d-.vear-olds 5 furlongs Bolo Sis lid Mistress Step 110 Red Crescent . lid Came Liberty _ 11" I Mishtv Lucky, lid Distant Light _ ll"i Lady Mamie 110 Rewarded lid’ Hi Murt 1 1" Lissa 11" | Lower Broadway 110 xRose Bane_107 TOTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: allow, ances 3-year-olds and upward. 1 mile (chute' Avachance 105 Winamac ._ _ 113 After School .. 11" Inscolad _118 FMjiwara _110 Don Lin n _ 118 Take Wing ._ 118 Sis Baker . 105 Sea Tack _110 Shortening 113 SIXTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming: 4-year-olds and upward: 1.'. miles. Rose Red 107 Mv Shadow 109 xAldridee _111 One Tip .. 114 Uncle Mose 114 Burning Stick 114 SEVENTH RACE—Purse, $800; claim ing: 3-year-olds. 1mi’es xPompim .. 105 xBqjtida ... ino Silk Yarn 1"8 Sir Kiev _113 Ration _105 Alumont _113 Holly 110 Oust _ 108 Auld Lang Syne 108 xPrince o' Mars 1"H Launsgo _105 More Refined 108 Sissie smith 108 xLatter's Choice ion Skipper's Mate. 110 My Myri_108 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. $800: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward: 1 - miles. Virginia Rose . 108 Toms Ladd . 110 Pompton _110 Her Reigh 110 Wicked _110 Torch Marcher 110 Plucky Byrd . lio Duck Stans 110 xLillian Roth. 100 Perplex 110 Formal Dress _ 110 Victory March 110 Tea Ring . 110 xDes Grteux 105 xDoctor Jones 105 Brown Comet 110 Heno Lion . 118 Sam Alexander 110 NINTH 'SUB) RACE—Purse. $800: claiming: 3-year-olds and upward: 6 furlongs. xSancttty _113 Mother's Girl 113 Tripaway _ldo xDorothy Rock 108 Kiltaverse _113 xMlsmark 108 Employer _118 Roman Gypsy. 113 Scarlet Insco._ 113 xFabens 108 Sparkling Gem 112 xCaptaln Fury 107 Momma Mail _ 118 Present Time. 113 xlda 8treng 100 Free Exchange, ldo Victory Drink . 118 Calculator _118 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Selections Belmont Park Consensus (Good). Br the Associated Press. 1— Sure Footed. Robert F , Head overheels. 2— Stimstone. Abrupt, Brother Dear. 3— Propose, Sugar Ration, Exemp tion. 4— Question Man, Blue Nose, Mae chic. 5— Sussex. Invader, Mad Policy. 6— Col. Teddy, Fairaris. Air Current 7— Trierarch, Pharatheen, Tierce 8— Tex Hygro. General Mowlee, Happy Hunting. Best bet—Tex Hygro. Delaware Park Consensus (Fast). Br the Associated Press. 1— Bell Soma, Can Time. Modest Lad. 2— Miss I Q Hattie Belle. Merrily Go. 3— Sobriquet, Wesley R, Riding Light. 4— Bunny Baby, Fair Rock, High Arch. 5— Pharien. Raphael 2nd, Shadows Pass. 6— Seamanlike. Free Double, Indian Sun. 7— Coscoe K, Michigan Sun, Mischief Afoot. 8— Brown Twig, Whitheraway, Eight Rolls. Best bet—Sobriquet. Suffolk Downs (Fast). By the Louisville Times 1— Seaman, Valdina Captor, Dis haven 2— Dark Level. Mor-tep. Copin. 3— Dinner Jacket. Maydig. Posterity. 4— Noslen, Bostonite, Valdina Pledge. 5— Allegro, Lassator. Off Shore 6— Canterup. Short Cake. Becomly. 7— Catcall, Misflying. Ask Me. 8— Batik. Daisy Mack's Miss. Best bet—Dinner Jacket. Charles Town (fast). By the Louisville Times 1— Tippy. Bright 'N Happy. 2— Biox Caidon, Free Ride 3— Zac Pal, Dividend. Lady Mowlee. 4— Persian Queen, Bob Junior. Skit tles. 5— Mr. Jim. Showabal, Wintime. 6— Gayset. Bobs Pass. Centerville. 7— High Blame. Danzig. Pep Talk. 8— Tyr. Lee's Jimmie. Sir Time 9 (sub)—Pallee, Don Dash, Waugh Scout. Best bet—Mr. Jim. Detroit (Slow). By the Louisville Times 1— Liberio. Shaker-Man. Inviting 2— Just Rainey, Mr. Sam. Nanc;. s Baby. 3— Meadowbrook Plucky Teddy, Air Corps. 4— Aerial Toy. Hi Gold, Polaris. 5— Precision. Jo Ann Tourist Lady. 6— Anxiety, Runaway Boy, Amy Song. 7— Star Whiz, Town Clock. Misslao. 8— Betrothed, Scandalous, Reigh Me. Best bet—Anxiety. Lincoln Fields (Fast). Br the Lomeviile Times. 1— Hadapine. Hillflllv. Latent. 2— Sir L. Arrowtraction. Merry Bid 3— Counterbalance. Gam W. Paiture. 4— Rewarded, Lissa, Red Crescent 5— Don Lin Li, Sis Baker, Take Wing. 6— Burning Stick, Aldridge, My Shadow. 7— Holy, Sir Kiev. Silk Yarn. 8— Heno Lion, Perplex, Virginia Rose. 9— Employer. Sanctity. Captain Fury, Best bet—Burning Stick. Myrna Loy Files Suit For Divorce in Nevada By the Associated Press. RENO, New, June 1—Screen Act tress Myrna Lay filed suit here to day for a divorce from Arthur Horn blow. film producer. A private hearing was scheduled for thus afternoon. Miss Loy, who established Nevada residence at a guest ranch, charged Mr Hornblow had areated her with extreme mental cruelty which caused her "great unhappiness and injured l*r health. They #re married June 27. 1936. at Ensenada. Mexico. Propertv rights of the couple were settled by an agreement May 14 For several years they were re garded as the film colony's most ideally married couple. Last fall they separated for several months but effected a reconciliation. On March 27, Miss Loy announced their separation and she came here six weeks ago. - ■ ■ -— China 'Continued From First Page ) reported retaken by Chinese at tacking after the main Japanese columns had passed. The communique, however, ac knowledged the loss of Showchang, 30 miles northwest of the fallen provincial captal of Kinhwa. It asserted Japanese forces which landed on the Island of Yuwan, off the South Chekiang coast, had been driven back to their ship after fight ing in which 200 of the invaders were killed or wounded. Reinforcements Intercepted. In the southwest the Chinese an nounced that they were fighting at the outskirts of Lungling. 25 miles back from the Salween River, the furthermost point of Japanese pene tration along the Burma road. Jap anese reinforcements attempting to reach Lungling from Wanting at the Burma-China frontier, were re ported intercepted. 200 casualties in flicted on them and eight tanks and cars damaged at the outskirts of Lungling. The Chinese said they had re pulsed repeated Japanese attacks in ; the Tengchung sector 60 miles north : of the Thailand frontier between the Mekong and Salween Rivers. New York Bank Stocks NEW YORK. 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