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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1928, Lubbock, Texas                                 í ,, . . i'f^f • -  " ■ V * . V  'The Sunday Edition of The Lubbock Horning Avalanche and The Lubbock Dally Journal  THE SOUTH PLAINS OWN NEWSPAPER  Atmlanrije-  VOIi. 2, NO. 45  LUBBOCK, TEXAb, SUNDAY, JULY 22,1928  <*> MEANS "BY ASSOCIATBD  Downpour Brings Needed Moisture To Piai:  ♦ 4 ^ 4 ♦  ♦  Love Bolt Ban Appeal Ends Before Supreme Co  ---- . <?-----:-------—---:-—:--a> - :- • —.  Highest Court, On Vacation Refuses To Consider Plea  Ruling Mrans That Cnun— tics In Which Nftnu-s : Barred From Ballot, Willi Noi Ri; IìoUmtimI by j  \CTION MANDATORY, ! JUDGES TELL LOV  Vacation Torni Set hy ('oust it utiun With N«> Pro-vision Induttori for Spc-riiil CnuKÌiin ati<-.j)N.  • n, « • «'■. « AUSTIN, . .»uh 21 -Sor <»llcfl At Smi'h h<ti'.ers> runr.ni? fnr «-tat" "fijfi tn Trsiii. irf» Sa'urdav  without lesa'. tr^our«' tn conn-ip*-whirh barred thwr nam««  irwn the Jviiv "¿a primary election ¡»allot SfT^u« 1  fhoy have «•fuvfd to MM port the IV:nt>cr;itJs Prc-^ft.Mitul nomine«»  The court fiKht of one of ihem r<nri Iyj\t. candidate ior Iteulman» pnviTTinr. fnr a roundmorv iniuiir-uon requiring that hii n«mr I* i>rmtrii on the Cameron count*-hwHol ended in defeat late H*tur< day beforr the Hint* Supreme Cotirt The <v>»irt told bow's counsel At a roiifeietH'e in rhamtxl i that i( '"•»Miti not eomkier. d*iriw U* current vaiatirtn period, hi* «turni*«! «tn**l from lower court tlecUioav anUrtrt him.  Tìm» means thut Oemnrr*t»c r«*»». Mttteemen in C*m*r$p. Weiib, Val- v *rde »nil atoo rr-  BOY INJURED BY LIVE WIKE HERE  Hr>iRnd Tacr. Il yeur. "iti whs painfulty i»i;ire<t veftt»rdHV mortimi when he tfHH'lvri .1 Ur,» vtrp the corner of Avemie K. mid 13th Street whrr" a Itimbrr vard Us belng torn down  'Ihe y< ut!» tmirlwd t!i<* «ir« and v.'Hs epparen'.lv tiiftwjì tropi I the building on whifli hf «ai | 'atuiUiK Hin wrut ai«! # v-r^l jfKar,* Uì hi>? iwwl wr.-f hrnk-n j and trt h«i r ¡t:otp> w:;  j ih." ch)n «nd jnw j He cftrrifil tn « iffai ,.:irv tjirlttrn bui n I' fi ;<it<i  n»fttic«l a'd hfld ci\ f n  Suspicion Turns To Cabinet Head In Obregon Quiz  1  !**rtr*J to hn* und t»-«  ííduh Wíím.» »Iii »hh ht- <i  umnf tor (iowr-Mid Mr»  billot*. Art km.  Mm? Wrt^Kjw»^ in  First Speech Of Smith Delayed Bv Radio Difi'irulty  (¡•Senior HarS lnt«'ini<cl '!'<» Annoimrr l'lan» 'Poriav Hut Trotjiilr Will» H««>k-r ( , CImtKi-I His Plan.  ALBANY N V »ulv 21 DH-aj «(irksn? om! rwdl'i hrof.l-nt«.-tmsi r\rrans^n"«n'" an» drlnvinit a fm»i as tn the d»«^ lot  (iweriw Rmtth's »»otj/imtion «ml U mny V befnr*» dpflnur  unrnnmc^ment of tlw time CAn >>n mad«  Thr Pemormti«- |>it?sid»TUia,! nom-n»fe h#d cxoecfHl n> dlwio»* plnn» for lu* tv»t if »cat ion, by unnormw. bur it® «atd today thta *'M»td bf : miirxv^JWt* duf to innbllitv to mufcr  1  MitUfurtcrry raidio iirrfcnirfment.i  Smith «rid hi> t»oUtlr)U hf«t"n»n!s wnt ft Hoflk-up m» that  hi* ftr-eepfitner *pc«rh. which wdi btt  Finger Prints Will Be Made Of Pro Violators; Agents To Wear Uniform,  Mexican Minister of Labor May Be Grilled Duo To Charges He Is Responsible For Assassination.  MEXICO CITY QUIET BUT TENSION EXISTS  Body of Great Hero Taken Rack to Sonora. W r here (;re»«teri by Sorrowing i'row(Is of People.  MF.XIOO t^m'. July 31.—The 'n^rninfftt ih cnru.idprinn an of -in!«! tnvestiRRtlon of charRcs by ohmron mipportrrs thnt Ltils Mo-ron«" 1 , minijet«!" of Ia)»or. vw In a mfHMire rcsponWblr for the nssttsst-nation of the prrstdfnt-eloct, news-Ijaper* declared tonight  Authorltlp« arc p*i»ectiU!y con-rrn»<l. It U waid, wifh tho d«*l»r-utton of ConRre&5nian Soto Y Gam», afrrarian leader and clow» friend ;of tit*» lati» crneral. that "Morones j muM ko or thrrr will be actual :  war" !  ; Itis ajwerted thnt Roto y Oama i j ntwl o'hpr l^^d^rs at th«• Obrrgon 1 bioi'k may br Mimmorwvt beforp a' court to parov* stati-menti at-1 trib»it«f to them that Moroni and | laiior lewiors oppo»fd to General ; Obrrsjoti anc "phvehologicaHy r«*- '  1  ^pinnftbtc" for hi* nKMiwlnatlor» "hy : ' raujflng ait »n'i-Ohmgon atmos-: ' phrrt «'hifh mtlMrtw«! Jew ti* i Jj^oi! Tor»!, h ri.iUT!ous fanatic, to' ,kHJ htm."  Figure in "Hobo Trip* Tragedy  i  Stringent Check on Violators of Law Is Planned  <Rv A*«icjafMl Prr»«)  WA8HINOTON, July 31—^Plans to fin rot print all prohibition law violators and to place prohibition aj?ents doins road wjrk in uniforms so fhey ran be easily Identified wer» announced today by prohibition Commissioner Doran.  lrereatter prohibition violators «111 face a stringent system of measurement* and identification teats, the purpose being to make old offenders easy to watch. The system standardised by the American police chiefs association will be adopted in its entirety and Harry Niles. as  Torrential Rains Fall In Lubbock And Over More Than Two Inches  News Flashes  (By Associated Pressi  Endorses Raskob Stand  WASHINGTON. July Sl.f/P)—The stand of John J.. Raskob-. chairman of the Democratic National Committee. for repeal or modification of the Eighteenth Amendment, wis endorsed by John P. Costello. Dis-i trict of Columbia committeeman, in his reply to Raskob's query sent to ; all members of the committee In re  distant chief of police of Portland, > . „„„  Oregon, will have chaw, of  thelr attlUlf,c toward pro "  worki He has been loaned to Uir ,  n,oluon - _  prohibition bureau to put the ncv.», * .  n . , . . « identification brsncli into effect. : K»gnls to Uypsie»  Recerd« Will Be Quizzed I PRAGUE. C7«choslovaWa. July 21 Commissioner Doran declared that i i^Pv—Emulating the recent example in addition to finger printing and ! of Hungar>* and the earlier ones of mraatirlnf the prohibition law vio-1 Russia and England, the Csechol-lators. that ths records of each of- lovakaln goverment today "granted  fender nroçld bo submitted to the department of Justice to ascertain if  they sre wanted for any other law 1 are in force, tourists no longer will  see'the caravans of the' Tiigany on the roads of Bohemia and Hungary.  NEA Clcvelond Bureau  Violations.  The uniforming of the dry ««cats doing road woifc #as one of the chief accomplishments of the 6-day conference of administrators her* which ended today. The action was taken because heretofore the dry agents could .not b* easy Identified and many motorists - when Stopped were unable to "tell gt * glance  for Love. s«id ooly t»«>e now   u  UiAt Lo*t «to'/"*t»T<i will wril«?  hK name on the balloU.  pnmary Hwstion only •>ne wrtc henw, Hjnm b«eou«ht the Supreme Cwirt S*lurd«T sfiernontt ••» fnuMdif Love'» npnltcatkm for «n« "f emir from the Court of Oh i! Appeals ecUinn «»- fMn Anto-mw T»»!« dectdon upltrid the C»m-«ron CfHinty dwsnct roiurt in rc-fmiTw? to rnmin the county Demo-«•ralte oommHtr^ frrwn printing *he ♦•niksi «ithout l^ovev name. The "ujwrm* Court hiw bwm on var*-iioti *ince July ) r>t»h* t»vi mem-Chief Justice C M Cure ton  *¡»m Hnem* tt*m delivered ior the jvU*pK of the itati-  ÎTL?^ S^^ì^^i i^tol. wilt be beni by th, vot.rr,  tn nil «utes  Uie KituAttoM today »»Uh ■ n**w*mr*TtMn, Qm*rwm Hmítíi ind»«ited he «« twrt enttrely with »h* pr*w**Mt m«wf»». m far tn perfecüne mdfe» armr^e-.menttife But .Im did not go m fnr m to make It appear that tn hi* judgment he mm bedn<r dlsranml» nabed «cmimt. He - was reminded there was either-a requirement in law ne m reculaUoti requiring all candidat«» for political office to have equal opportunity to wline fjtclhti«  GovwrtKir Smsth e*prea»fed. the  Fooling of Uncertainty , 'ervades the Country  ! Return infix OT) Omolrn. Nob. with th" body of his chum. James Berawld. I Cleveland  _________ _____________________________'dr^,  Mu'th »old how the tvV had fóught a mllmad agent In the Tò owwuouie '«ite- dlfflcutty-  : riftrttnewc in thf varis at Ashland. Nrb. and how hi-s chum. Gordon *k,^  Odroi . of Chinato, had full^n to 111.« death beneath the wheels of a MEXICO CITV. JJiay 21 1 "^'K' 11  »a a Mrs Or r. .»otially promir.rnt in Chicago, is pictured  Mexico City and the country con- I »hove, with Jierwaid to the right at the top and Conrad Barth. rail agent tinued peaceful today but there was | *hom Mr« Grlnor t i-tt.n^ for S5Q.OOO, shown below. Berwnld. unaware « «renerai tension among the pro- ? that .his fnrnri lwd br-i n killed, retraced the route of their bummmir trip  ------ 1 to Cleveland, then returnrd for the body of voung Grlgor. BarUi dcmcY,  Srr OBREGON. r»ge 5 ì h«* knocked (irieor <»:i the trmn and under the wheels.  Wade, manager of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, who was here Saturday.  CzechorSlozakia Ok Pact.  PRAGUE. Czecho Slovakia. July  ACTRESS DIES  Sr» 1.0VK APrRAU r*s»> 5  Militia Group^To Reach City Today  P.iirht-y Mwnberji of I.ubbork National Guard DeUch-menta Are Due Bark from Palacio».  Srf SMITH SPEECH 5  FIND MISSING PAIR  i ;  SMALL HYTHE. Eng., July 31 m —"No funeral gloom, my dears, when I am gone."  Mien Terry, famous actrwa, has bad her wuii. for beauty and peace and k>%in« tenderness surrounded her as she toy this evening to her fhuM sleep within the quaint old ] farmhouse which she had known |fco Jong as .home. Couple Thought Murdered . Th? noted actress received her Found In House i lart and greatest call this moro-, ing and di*d tranquilly, stuTmund> NDRRierroWN. Pa„ July 21 tJPi -; by her lt»*«d ones. Willi her were Undlo' U. Hussey. novelet and: h«r daughter, idith Oralg. her son. chemist, and Mrs. Or»« Tftiiow {Edward GordOR Craig, her brother. Saveur, of Amt«rl. Pa., wlw> police:; Charles Tetry. and her favorite Huiaht after Hiwsey » wife. Or. Vtr-1 niece. MU» Ottve Terry, itinw Alvare« Huswy said she kiibsl  ; Utem. were found alive and w^» i»»{ BOLT HITS HOME ■a bungalow at LambertvUle. N. J. ---—.  T.. ThT7r.un«h S  ......Xll^^L^  lo 'i Slight Damage at M. M.  ROflKNBERCV Te* 21- Oupreo RGSidefKU Kmhiy UiMoek Natioosl Guar**-' ^¿jOma b» Oo^l WisU« ;   K  -  tnen including members of n«kl miJ^Liu".' Lt««<ning 1 Um home of Mrs  toUlim Battery O Servk» balterv m»l «i S»t wX»  M  ^ »W Browiway at  and band. wlU arrive home aboard .»•«< ^JfJSS ali w whTtlii « o'clock iMt evening, el-  « special train whloh will ii^r ihoSd b" no serious damage resulted.  Lubbock ftt Surniay nw^ ^ZJ^J*™^ The bolt of lightning, which  Captain Harold R Griffith »n'i  a A^^JlL" struck during heavy downpour  rear detachment of »> men will nr- against them.  arming' SPEAKlNti POSTPONED  Sunday will be Master Sergeant T.j ---  a King, Of Lwbbocw». high ma*» MmIUv»« Addrcaa Set For »• the Wth Division for member- Thuntdnv Miirht  ^htp on National Rifle team, Tfcs „L.  SS^^h^rth^ JSth^ ^« Clatk ML Mutlican will Writ*, good h«sfth and with u, 0  north side of the city  h^SL In r»H |t»tt at 8:« o'clock next Thursday 1« ™ 1 n^gtit, tp toterest of hf« cam-  Euen ivrry succumbs To Two Girls Killed, Fifteen Injured  When Trolley Careens Down Street, Strikes Auto and Plows Into Store  «'xc»>ii«nt earn JUüalre*  of rain, hit the flue of the house, ijartly destroying it and the stovepipe. lite light fuse was blown.  No blase resulted, but an alarm was turned tn to U* fire department. The loss was considered meagre.  OBREGON BURIED  Body Lowered to Grave Just At Twilight  NOOALES. Am., July 21 »Adjust as the Min dipped into the blue of the Guii o! California and twilight settled over the May river valley In Southern Sonora today, the body of General Alvaro Obregon, slain president-elect of M^xicj was lowered into its grave at Uat-Hbanpo, his birthplace.  Thousands stood by bareheaded and prayers were offered silently and orally for the repose of the man who was Us have become thf first citizen of his country for a second time. Hie silence which followed, as the gloom of the eaily tUght gathered, was broken only by the sobs of the widow and the Gen-. enU'6 seven children.  ACQUITTED OK A««AtXT  DAUiAS, July 21!4>~Jim Arolier, optriai three days on a charge of crimiual ausault, was. acqi|itted by a Jury here Saturday after three minutes deliberation.  Hanj l^M^re,'director of ^ B J  SÄÄ W Muttis .as scheduled to -f" which» fall causeti  fniiSÄ®' W* of  ril »'  injury fK/wtver, u more inconvenant than serknix  night, lati the heavy rsin-  Youth Who Coitfessed Hammer Attack Spends Bleak Day In County Jail  ^L.^Mi* Thirteenth Birthday of Boy, Now Sentenced to State  SJ^  Uie  ^H^nement of th>  School at  Gatesville. Will Be Spent Either In Jail UJ U»e «vent of rain or inclement | , Or On The Way to The Reformatory  Victim» Were Srtuck By Speeding Car And Carried Through Windows of Pennsylvania Store.  w.uhf Uh^M^fì^S 1 !*!} w tide , oí mer asftault upon bit, sunt; will  *&€« J^Ä*^ 6 !? 1 * 1  ciiFW. and ample parttl*» be the joyous occasion that tt  Hie lorai guardsmen and band members left hare tinder the com mand of Captin HaiST« Ori MiSeturdr- * time have  SÄ ÜTÄS JSffih >» ****  Master Sergeant T. ¿TjgST T! 1  ™—  shooting hss msd^ Ätmf of the tomt prominent guardsmen in the  weather Uta sposking will be held  In the district courtroom Thursday j The thirteenth birthday next  night. I Krlday of Tlavis Gilbert, confetwed  ArrancMnenU have been made to and convicted agsaU&nt of A ham» the north aide of mer asüault upon big aunt» will not  was,  yacht race winner  Facing an ungftteitftota t«Ai Jn the SUM Training stoocMor bQya  at Qatesvuis m « ch»inge;of deain< quenqjr growing out oí the eonTessed  A. L. King, asm 14th ' ^  U  "  M   Love Nam« Onâtéil"  BREHHAM. Tex., July name of Btate Senator l^ye, flWídWau» nomination m UCU  birthday «(ter h«re çt enroUte  jiûf u (8undjyf!*dtH& o^qiub Hayinf  Nfthfilh« Irais. u  mmfisa  w-'-'-ï: iwmwéÊmm  of criminality due apparent lr to hereditary tendencies. On order of the court. Or. Batigh examined the youth (or insanity. The youthful 4  were taken from defendant was declared sane by the doctor.  Lived With Unele Flavls had been Utftng In the home of his uncle, J, H. Gilbert, loir the past five yea«/. Friday afternoon be wu plowing Uie ftoXa near . ^ GUbert hwm in the Unto» met munlty, when he went to the 1» ' tp get a drisfc.. TH^ni. ha tdbt «Mit, he beeame poMedi by a cu-tiw» tain to aWke Mr. He said ;a  wwp^pw m  'By A*«oc<a(»<l P.'nO  PITTSBURGH, Pa.. July 21. ~ Two small girls were killed and 15 persons were injured, several of them »criously when a trolley ran wildly down a hill, struck an au-pioblle and ploughed into a crowded store in Braddock. a suburb, 1st* Uxlay.  The trolley motorman McFarruii, was placed under guard U the hospital. He seriously hurt.  Hine of the injured were taken to a Braddock hospital. First reports said that two of them. Harry Levlne proprietor of the store, and Paul Evans, driver of the sutomo-blie. were possibly fatally hurt. The street ear motorman also was among Ute injured.  Goes Down Alain Street.  The trolley careened down one of the main street» of Braddopk while crowds of shoppers looked on. It hit Evans* automobile and carried it Into the store filled with shQM>era. several' of whom were thrown to the (near. ¿C. the shop.  An the trolley ploughed over the street curb pedestrians were struck before they had time to escape*. It was believed that the girls who weee Killed ware walking on the sidewalk and were carried through " front of the store'by the runa-car.  The twites were not identified until some hours after the accident The dead, both of whom were 11 year« old were Cancetto Prestio and Yolanda Batalla; both of Worth • bqdief  i Ufen *frq»f woÉfihé fttaet ear within the wrecked $|ore.  ■» w r*'t.  the' conference decided" that any a?ent doing iHrnd work should wear a distinctive blue cap, on which will be a large shield, with a similar j shield on the coat. ! 'Heretofore agents doing road ! work, could not be readily identified," the commissioner said, "and  21  ■ uPi—Csecho | motorists were in a quandary as to formally accepted I whether they were officers or hign-! r. ay men. The new shields will be j quite large and visible for consider-i able distance and we are hopeful | that motorists will be able to roc- 1  ognise that they are genuine federal officers at a glance. | "Agents have been warned against stopping automobiles promiscuously , ly and have been told that drawing 1 a weapon to stop a car. 'whether It is a suspected bootlegger or not. will result In immediate dismissal.  Simultaneously with Doran's announcement the civil service commission announced that new examinations for prohibition agents would be held soon.  Starts. In "¡Heavy " Then Stead!«« That Continue» Until Hour. -  HMt  3 i^ri^Bl  Rains: Aa-eíOeti«ÉJ*|I' irad;ion,Re|>orta .... válanche fcast Kt -.*. Declaré -.^^.tH  Bpeakingí' a drouth of weeks over most Plains, torrential rahis ...  T  entire area last night in^ oQM^ Of' the , most beneficial downpours of the,yew,-.. • *; < --'  Precipitation, varying frotnjdlgbi shown«., in 'sotne^|iDints;.tCB'i^K|! mated amount of. ttaree inches 7  in. others, covered the area in every dim^on Cram. LfuMopk^ .->:'  Lubbock^ rainfall, eettmifejr ¡at; froiq two and a half Vtteee inohes, was among the 'heavleatrn« ported last -night. Offíciál  , «*it(e«irf the experimental -«tation allowed more than two inches of dowilRMir^ to 9 o'ciQck. The imier gáUi^t^wldelt ' holds two inches, .was ruanig|C£<WWr at that time and" the r^tt' ued for several hours lon|ter«v  v A  proposed state wide bond issue for! ^^^i^jfS^ESi  $350.000.000 for highway work wlil t clpltfttion wlU not  ^  mad<s  be one of the matters of importance discussed át the meeting in Austin Monday of representatives of Texas, threr regional chambers of commerce, aeconJing to Homer 15.  full civic rights and citizenship to all Gypsies. When these measures  To Talk Highway Issue  late todays........ -  Beginning at about 7 <fdedk the henvtestdcrtenpoUrwithessedhera m some time came down in tar» rents', for. mere 'than en ,hour/,then' settled toa steady drissfe "which continued untiL a late :hour'l««t night. The rain wM accomiMutiiad' by heavy overhuging clouds ami a violent . etrotricat dlgplay.' : '»•• Reports ovftir the .Plains hut night sltowed the ralnfiUT^ to: have baen Slovakia today; general the, heaviest, predöi-Kol- j tation to the north and. west Aber-loggs draft treaty for the outlawry j  n »thy reported the heaviest Vfato). of war with the stipulation that  w ;th an amount unofflcUOly Withe treaty does not interfere with mated at from two to threinc#WK  the covenant of the league of Na îiocarno treaties.  BODENHEIM FOUND  Novelist Was Wanted For Probe Into Death  Although only a slight ,aboi»r • was reported at Blatoa, and Pftrt. bus drivers reportod heavy rainfall > spotting all of the' territory be-,  tween bei« and 8t&áer»- *  ;  \  Haü was reported from, Utflefleld  t  i See RADi8» Page $ '  NEW YORK, July 2U/P/—As Max-; well Bodenheim, novelist: who wast wanted for questioning in connection iwth the death of one girl literary protege was located in Prov-incetown. Mass., today, it developed that another protege of his who attempted suicide two months ago had disappeared.  --! After Provi nee town police had to-  So Texas Committee wo man } ™ted him and questioned him about Fvnlninc Ws association with Miss Virginia  Orew, at the request of New York . '.. nt" 1 ',*. « »police. Inspector Coughlin, head of 4   DALIES. July H. w (^^yernor  the detec tive bureau here, and-!  SMITH MISUNDERSTOOD  Democ At A In ,j8t tibial  lledH, On At  , t mm Naí  Committeemen. >  _ tby a»5«acui«d • - î DALIAS. July ai/ ' *  Austin, democratic national com mitteewoman from Texas, said here Saturday.  "Oovernor Bmith's position Is that the prohibition act should be so conotructrd as to make posaible a higher degree of enforcement, readlilug that the present law .1» constantly being broken," Mr*. Sevier said. "As It la today, liquor is illecsll>' «old everywhere there Is a demand for it.!*:  the case closed. Sevier, f^m members  At the same time it was teamed < »cratie jftatkmal a confidential alarm had been sent. W, Wilooa, state < out from the police department for * tipate In. a, meetinc at _ Miss Oladyr Loeb and that her I ust 4 to consider plans for the father. Dr. Martin Loeb, had left for ty's oampiBign In tha Province town to see Bodenheim. ' " ' ''  PRIZE WINNERS TOLD  HINT NEW OIL PÖOL  Possibility of Field In Irion County Seen  i Jl^fWhSat^ Ally %um**  ~ .....it* ^.onenlnt a» oil pool In  MRS, COOLIDCE FISHES  However, She Takes Mong Her Embroidery  6upnu0a,!wi£7"JS  Two fisherman, Utftead of the, us-ual one. started out from Qiwar Island Lodge over the Brule river today in M wk. potd-  tdge decided' suddenly it was time for her to dj? her share in nro> viding a fish and' j«^  ^«^Oh^ewa irudda! wae^holdlh« tm to tti« landing  lJXBm,' '  keep her several):  J^KWff* ft,, ¡jejf,  broidery lOeoK,  Pitai-  Texas. University Student's has ew Poem Jlated High  ,ot tu '  WASHINGTON, .July 21, OW-i«^ Winnen of the calvtn Qoolidge ut-' w  * eraiy ,<soinpetltion coqd^fted an- -wmFì* nually among the undergraduate th* 1  of th« Phi Gamma Delta. • fraternity were announced tierovtoday.  OrganiakUkm to coyer ty to Teiea aqd to. démocratie ticket and coun^ibe graaärt'  it FM  of Texas, for bis poem "The ün- îfj^ repentant Thief" which Was piibilsh- î^, ed In the Ixmghorn, the university literary publication.  The comptition is conducted the fraternity, whose national h^-quarters art in Washington, as a Sï**  to  tributi to président qoolldâe; a  membwr of the Amherst chapter.  NÉW AIR WI#Íní0liÉÍNl^  toppi^îto Aren Enemy çf A   

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