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NEWS OF THE WORLD AS SEEN BY
THE CAMERA’S EYE. MEET JACK KEARNS AND HIS MOTHER. Los Angeles—Kearns is declared to be a victim of a $200,000 extortion scheme in a court battle with Mrs. Mary C. Tenney, also known as Frances Marion Emerson, who declares Kearns attacked her in a Hollywood house. Kearns is manager of Jack Dempsey and will pilot him in his fight with Harry Wills. EDWARDS AIDE TO DR. WORK. Washington—John E. Edwards "who was chosen by President Coolidge as assistant to Dr. Hubert Work, the Secretary of the Interior. BORIGiLUM CASE DROPPED. A'ilantat Ga.—At request of the ptovernor of Georgia, the request for extradition of Gutzon Borglum, the famous Stone Mountain sculptor was withdrawn. He was charged with destroying models, for the Confeder-i ate Memorial. He in turn charges the committee in charge with gross mismanagement. .... INDOOR SPORTS AT THE MEXICAN EMBASSY. z, Washington—The new Mexican Ambassador, Manuel Tellez, enjoying a game of billiards with Manuel Y. DeNegri, Secretary at the Embassy as his opponent. Both are good billiardists. ■' - —• -• - - .. . U_. fV; K RELAUNCHING A STRANDED SHIP. The S. S. Pilton ashore at Sully, near Penarth, England where she grounded a few weeks ago. A concrete slipway is being constructed and it is hoped that the vessel may be relaunched. ■■ t - CAR WRECKED IN CULVER CITY SPEEDWAY RACE. Tvos Angeles—Ahe wreckage of Frank Elliott’s racer follow ing the crash which resulted when Elliott tried to avoid crashing into the car driven by Stuart Wilkinson. Both machines wese wrecked and the drivers escaped with minor injuries. ».i^ iTMuiio Mrrr“i ■■ ---- 1 1 ■ OLD INDIAN FIGHTER WHO FIRST COMMANDED GEN. PERSHING. Capt. Henry P. Perrine> now vaca-\ turning at Atlantic City who was in command of Troop F, 6th U. S Calvary at the time that Lieut. Per shing reported for duty July lt 1886.