Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
13 Jun 1930

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13 Jun 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - June 13, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Little giants the classified advertisements of the Independent have tremendous pulling Power. Read them and profit. Our aim to be helpful to every Good cause to Deal fairly by everybody to keep our columns clean to be constructive. 10th year no. 50, entered As second class matter at Post office at Bristol a. Bristol. A. Friday. June 13. 1930. 8 pages�?56 columns Hye cents a copy. I Jody of infant found in Jox afloat on River a round about town contractors now Jusy on pier for Central Span Concrete Laid in several f o r in s placed for abutment at Maple reach a tin Cracker 1h�x containing the body it to an infant about one Day old was found floating on the Delaware opposite by. Hammy Creek monday night by two Beverly boys. Llewelyn and John Hunt who had Acron Tju by Ream from the they told the Beverly they saw a launch come a new Aminy Circle about of the Creek and then to Ami a i w moments later was Sien float i a on the River. The police ate endeavouring to 11 new in la not h. Beatty rowed Jersey police out of the Mouth ii Psi i Ca in. The Box a ii i hat tin Council turns Down Bracken Post s plea for fireworks permit Day an a night the or in of Drave contracting company pushing tin work on the piers the Burlington Bristol Bridge. The an for and satisfactory Progress is being v a \ made. Work was begun this week on the Foum lation for the Central pier Bris Tol Side that will support one end of tin huge lift Span which will i the Limpet in the world Concrete has been poured for thus other piers and footings Are in for supports at Maple Beach. Poi him an being put in place for the abutment and Long curved Walls that will support the approach to the Bridge at Maple Beach. The heavy Concrete foundations have been Laid. This work is being Dodo by the Yeo construction company. The placing of the Concrete for the piers is an interesting process. Huge barges containing Sand Stone and Cement Are drawn alongside a floating Cement mixing Plant. Cranes pick up great Buck Toful of material and place them in the bins above the mixers from which the mixed Cement is picked up by cranes and dumped into the Bun which misplaced inside the Sheet a piling coffer dams. Pumps free the coffer dams of water. Hie work goes on Day and night. So far All the pier work has been1 done from the Bristol Side of tin River but very shortly work will be begun on the Burlington Side. The Bridge will corf $1,500,000 when finished which is less than a third of the Cost of tin Palmyra Bridge but the will be adequate for All the traffic that will a mass Over ii for some years. It will be 20 feet wide. There is much interest in what will be done about approach to the Bridge from the Pennsylvania Side. I it is essential that there be a connection Between the Bridge and the i Lincoln Highway at or near Langhorne. The regional planning Board is giving consideration to the Highway problem and the state Highway department also is understood to be interested. The present High j ways through Bristol Are hardly j sufficient to carry the traffic that the1 new Bridge will develop. The Bridge company is planning to carry on an extensive Campaign of advertising Whin the Bridge is ready for business in order to attract traffic to the Structure avoiding the congested areas Philadelphia and Camden the Tol route to the new Jersey Points is expected to become popular. Borough Council last refused to Grant poll reworks display the 4th to Robert Vav. Algunde an let Gion ground that a the discharge of the ordinance the night for a july Post. Monday i t. on i ordinance i fireworks in like initial Mio la of Chin the rinds Bristol. La a in effect in Many communities is intended to safeguard property and prevent interfere incl with the peace and Comfort of the Community hut i nicest Cornu unities put Imit re pod he patriotic Bodier to give Holiday Dis plays under Din j iou. I As a result of the Council Deci a Ibn the legion probably will in j forced to give the fireworks display Jat Sullivan s l b id. A huge crowd i attended the do play Given there last year and the Highway was Block i in both directions for some time the legion wanted to avoid the congestion that marked last year s exhibition Aud was convince that a display could be Given at a More convenient location Iii the Borough without endangering property of ii v is. A a a 4�?f i Cah. Smi in i Ells k0takians about army flight around world Cap. Lowell1 Smith of the United states army air corps who commanded tin Hight o it he army air planes a iou it the world in 1924 and who is Bow stationed Iii Bristol As the army representative at the Tacony-1 Keystone aircraft corporation gave it met lire j the members of the rotary most Laten sting account flight of tile planes at the of the dub yesterday. The flight was made from the Pacific coast via Alaska Bonsall in township glows fastest. Announcement of tin population of Bucks county As ii6.tlh, a gain of 14,24 2 Over the 1920 population Levi Ais that old Bucks is not standing i still. Examination of the census however shows that most of the growth is in the lower Bucks Reg num be n Saie in township tot exp ample is now the second Largo Community. Bristol being first. In tolls population is 11.hoo, ail ill i crease pm 152 7 Over 1920 in to Saletti j townships insulation is 5645. An increase of 2722. Morrisville is third Jill the county with 5262, an in increase of 1714, in to of it one to Morrisville proximity to Trenton i Quakertown ranks fourth 4 87 4. An increase of 4s2 Doylestown with 4571, an increase of 724, is fifth and Bristol township with 4382, a Loos of 645, most of which is in eluded in Bristol a gain through absorption of the sixth Ward i sixth. The population of the communities along the Delaware River from forr Esdale to and including Morris j understand Villi is 27.hih. Three Omro highs and other. Two townships containing almost a we do not j one third of the total population of for u belongs i the county. If me were to add things. Our i township. Hulme Vilh Aud the pc mid 11 ii j hang to i nes to this group one Linda j an planes that slightly Over a third of the Angels of county population is in the South Eastern Corner. This part of the county should is greater gains the next ten years be n a i pm township adjoining Phila Delphi is certain to enjoy great growth. It will grow much faster it some of the communities already established within the township get the benefits of better streets and eventually a water Supply system Lur it now has flue schools and other i advantages. The same May be said j for parts of Bristol township Croy of Ilion especially which new eds Side a i walk., hard loads and a water sup ply system. As for Bristol it possesses so Many and Van tag s for Industrial enter ii web that the wonder is it has not grown More rapidly. Ten years from now ii will be bigger and busier for ten years will bring remarkable advances throughout this area. Give same one idea Effii i i and the different Peoples fat tily so we Are Send be Are glad hat you desire to up War. For we also have the i Lei Ling and we believe that no in the world can in against this w heartily join you Iii your to build up a world Filiti of peat to make All into one big big out this message to All the Chil a Lien of the world following Yoni i Good example. A your Island is officially known As Taiwan. It lies North of tin Philip a Pines anti is a voyage of about three i Days coming South Horn Japan proper. The Tropic of Cantil inns through the Middle part. The Iti habitats consist of three Iliff rent i Peoples the aborigines numbering i about 138,000 the native Fornios-1 tans whose ancestors formerly j a migrated from China of whom Jure about 3.900.000 and japanese. Although we Art quite different ancestry living together very p j we know in our own j in a Silt i cd. Toms dads and mothers plan Rig dinner and party next thursday the in 195.000 j thus of j we ale now Ace fully. So i lives that it is j to overcome the barriers and traditions and of to every adult who is interested in the schools of Bristol is ii r get i to attend the dinner to be Given under i the. Auspices of lilt mothers and \ fathers associations in the High school gymnasium next thursday night. The members of the Exchange Ami rotary clubs have voted to attend with their wives and it is hoped there will be the largest j crowd of parents Ever gotten together in Bristol. The members of the february and i june graduating classes w ill he fill Hiff Noih i guests of the associations that night. I ill Lull Vicci there will in an entertainment Atter i the dinner and later in the evening there will be dancing. Dinner will begin at 7 of clock and the Cost will he $1.00 per plate. All that is necessary is that those who intend to go to the dinner shall notify Roy Fry Secretary of the fathers association so that the associations May know How Many to provide for. Ruth Pennsylvania sen a t ii r s m a y v o t e against measure but f sons wet Democrat in platform strengthens Pinchot the state committee c contest respect Ami love one an an want War any More to the old order of must ii the age of and shop. We Hope All and airships will serve Aspi Ace. That steamship Hie built instead of warships that useful things will he made in place of guns Ami Cannon. As we children grow tip to take our places the new order we shall always Iii our minds the teachings of emperor Meiji. Who wrote his poems to get us regal d s of tin Lour seas As our i politics in i Ive badly my i present Day a disagreement is i nothing else the Senate was sometime today senator Joseph la. Spin the last two it Leith within Aud Pennsylvania seems de. As the write s negro fiction put to of it. A shut we ainu to got scheduled to vote on the Tariff. I Undy who has years wot King on without to re Etc ran roes on after june 15 being Cam Beetle to ii. Plant in keep our gnat in one of the people Brothers and sifters. Club a of t id meeting or. Grundy spent $382.250. Senator Grundy flied with tin stat elections Bureau last week hts statement of Camilu Tigyi expense-1 showing expenditures of $ All of which he gave personally Ai All of which was turned Over Campaign committee. This is $ 5u.uuu More than when the Senate Lait tee Hail its be 382.250. In to hi5 Onie was tabulated investigating common. Shorts in Bristol. Quit by ring Island Kamchatka Tokio various Points in in Hixia India through Europe to England thence to Iceland Hien la my Boston and Seattle. While Cap. Smith told his Story in most matter of fact manner ii a that the flyers encountered dangers and had to exercise ingenuity to get themselves predicament in which they themselves. The flight re the government obtaining a meat Many great out it found suited m two Young men aroused voile comment on Mill Street Early this week when they App ared Iii like Ltd it Ltd hair Short skirts some dozen years ago Bloom ers thirty years ago. Hoop Kirts fifty years ago Aud All other change from what the Public is accustomed to. A Short Quot at present Are regard d As Radical raiment. But if Are comfortable they will in j a. They Are by no Means new. They have been worn by English men it Home and in warm count lies for years. They Are part of the Reg i alar equipment of English fat of scouts Midi scoutmaster. While they j gave some Bristo lians a laugh t his week it is our glows they la in a common As lacquered hair Beton i summer is Over. The playgrounds fund. T there is gratification tents of Bristol tin among a travel flu fund that a undertaken the raising of for to Opuda Tirton of one or j playgrounds this summer. Will cb4u in a very Short those who i. Ii to assist in Ting a place where the Childr play Iii safety and under propel supervision should Send their con i Btu Ion ate some time ago declared that he would vote against the Bill declaring it to in tin worst Tariff measure lever enacted by a Republican con Jan is. . Grundy opposition is based on his belief that the Bill a provides inadequate Protection to i Industry. Senator David a. Reed this week i announced uncertainty As to How i would vote hut indicated doubt that tin Bill was As goo i As the present Tai Iff. His objection to it. Flowered. Is based on the harm he believes it would do through the had effect it would have on our foreign relations. By other words. Senator Reed indexes the duties Are in High just the opposite of what or. Grundy believes. If senators Grundy and Reed both vote against the Bill it is Likely to i be Defeated for the Prospect have been that even with the votes of the Pennsylvania senators the Bill Gist minute details Are now worked out Tor an effective pain against the japanese again this summer according la. Bell director. Bureau of Industry Pennsylvania department of agriculture. The regulations which govern the movement of farm product and Cut the generally infested effective sunday june i students he in Force until octo arrangements for this practically the same As patrols will be stand highways leading Flower from area become 15, and will her 15. The work will he a year ago. Honed along who done has tin tit of school time. Prov id-11 May would pass or n margin of Only two votes. Should it i As to to s lot s Lehman president of popu club or 0 Guy member their Eon a is. Frank tilt travel of the club. Locally will in a in Iii by of by inshore very much information conditions Anil the to function under hires. Abo cil weather ability of plants varying Lempira regatta committee of y. M. A and Anchor yacht club meets i with us Acain. We May expect the 1920 crop of any Day now. Mile around the Vanguard of j a a lies Beetle an area extending 4>t Camden n. J., will children s Day to be observed at m. E Church children a Day will in observed in the methodist episcopal Church next sunday with appropriate exercises morning and evening. At l l a. In., the children of tin i Gill nets and primary departments will give an interesting program consisting of songs recitation.-, dialogues a the. At 7.4 5 p. In., a children. Day pageant a the glittering Gate Quot will be presented by the pupils it All departments. Quot the glittering Gate is the Story of a Little boy and Little girl who very much dislike going to be ii ool. Gradually Iii Woodland and Field they come to know the inner life of the Bird Flowers and Woodland creature and find out that even these go to school pupa Ting them selves to live More useful lives and. After their example they Delight themselves with the Happy thought that they too can go to school. 1872 the methodist Epis Church has observed Chii Day some time in the Spring a ally summer. This most import-1 anniversary was made official by Quot since Copal a ten a or i ant Anniv the general conference in that year. Offerings from the Observance of children a Day Are Given to tin Stu to Dent loan fund of the methodist i episcopal Church. The total income of this fund during six decades derived from children a Day collections from Loans returned by student borrowers has reached $5,502,-053.00. During these sixty years 29.660 students have received Aid from this fund. Last year a total of $288,805 was Loam to 2,655 students total was the largest sum that be n loaned during any year Iii history of the fund. Children will be baptized at morning service. Parens Are Quested to meet the pastor at parsonage at 10.30 a. In. At a general regatta committee moing 4 1 tin Young men s association and the Anchor yacht club Belli in the y. M. A. Clubhouse it was decided to hold the two Day water regatta on saturday August 16th, and sunday August 17th. saturday August 16th, the Young menus association will in the Host club to the Middle states Canoe racing association and will sponsor j tie National championships on that Day. I sunday the 17th, the Anchor yacht club will hold outboard speedboat races. Local events As swimming and diving will be held. The general committee is composed of tile following Charles a. I Tellyer chairman Albert a. Bailer i Franklin Smith a. V. Morris Edward Dougherty and William Bown. Sub Corn Mitless Are being appointed Ain will he named at a later Date. The races will All finish Oft of the Anchor yacht club and from Early reports from outside clubs it will be Success and will Boom Bristol As people will attend front other a Lupus the ii a by int Este Region this year. A Region about five Miles wider than that of list year despite j the Breeding of parasites Ami the spraying of fruit Ami Shade Trees. Tile raising of Sweet Corn is almost impossible within the infested area since the tmetle�?T8 ravages i vent pollen Zavion and tin ears therefore do not mature. The damage done by the Beetle in gardens Ami along the roadsides is too Well known to need comment. Every person living Iii the infested Ana must regard it Ashi linty to trap Aud kill As Many of tin �?~st4 in St As possible. The Delaware River. There was mild interest the statement of or of the new Jersey agricultural Experiment station that the Delaware River from Trenton Down. Is too polluted to by Safe Tor ing. Our Young the Delaware so out suffering ill it not going to in frightened out of the water now. The fact that we have few cases of typhoid to raise a doubt As to it for. Rudolfs exam will not do to ignore lath folks have swum in Many years withered that they Are had very would seem the accuracy nation yet it from such an authority fortunate in having in which a statement Bristol i flit Lent water department not Only supplies the Borough with an adequate Supply hut by filtration and chlorination gives us a Safe and palatable Supply. We also can take the thought that a it to the pollution of tin Stream Jour sewage disposal Plant i innocuous the effluent that enters j party. Were All the town on j democratic satisfaction in Are not adding since renders and such Al to tin River. Were in. Both sides of the River equally care of sewage there would be no complaint about conditions. Philadelphia is especially backward in its sewage disposal and i tin de Laware bring a tidal Stream May be polluted As a result of Conin Low by t Tol. Pass the question albe3 w hat president Hoover w ill do with it. There Are reasons to believe that the president will veto the measure chiefly because it is not w hat lie summoned Congress in extra session to enact a Tariff for the 3 Benefit of agriculture hut instead is a Bill that already has aroused great resentment abroad and May in expected to decrease our foreign Commerce. Within the state there Are some raw spots to be healed. Pinchot. Who won the primary contest for the governorship failed to a t his Man. S. Van Brown elected As chairman of the state committee last saturday. Senator glumly lined up with Pinchot an. Went Down to defeat 77 to 37. General Edward Martin being re elected state chairman. The remark mad at the stat committee meeting by both sides do not indicate much brotherly love among the political leaders. The democrats too Are in a mess. The adoption of an unqualified Day wet platform by the Democrat in state committee has been followed by Defiance by the democratic priss. For the most part. The demo tats As a whop object As seriously today to Imp Iii labelled Quot the liquor party Quot As they did in the old Days a i i Cooko per were prominent Pinchot will get a votes As a result a but Mihi generally infested area just As s Kin As the beetles make their App Ara Nee. While the Road patrols will pay particular attention to violations involving the transportation of farm products Ami Cut Dowers officials explain that Check its will Al in made on the movement it Nursery and ornamental plants Sand soil Earth compost and manure the movement of which is regulated throughout the year. Inspectors will be stationed at several sloping Points and at other convenient locations Iii the territory to Tome certificates movement of the various Cin Uran Tine products when All the editions of the regulations a he Road patrols Are not to Issue certificates. Property owners living in the arms of heavy infestation ate being urged to Spray their ornamental plants ail Trees during june Iii order to give the plants full pro i Section from the Beetle during summer of delayed the Spray be less effective and possibly too entirely. An application arsenate of Lead is la a ails for spraying can from county farm agents or from the state and Federal japanese Beetle offices. Infested for the i Collare met authorize tin will late of route recommended. Be secured areas along River indicated for Deposit of dredged material i Ful in disposing a ill a lit loin a Many attractions at Riverside William Powell in Quot Street of Chance Quot will be seen at the Riverside theatre saturday afternoon and evening. There also will in a Harry Langdon comedy. Quot the another chapter of the serial Quot Ace of Scotland Yard Quot and a Novelty act a tin . Monday and tuesday Bessie love Abd Charles King will in seen in this Quot chasing rainbows a a musical has comedy film. Walter Kelly Quot the theve to Inid Ami Paramount a Good will message to the children. From fir. George t. Fox we have received a Welcome Goodwill mrs a off iced a dental Cai Formosa to tin. Children of the world. It came to or. F of from one of the real needs of mrs. Setti Limhi Billa former Lough is a dental Bristol Young lady related to mrs. Board has most Lincoln Lim and the Leibfreid Lam needed has room sly who sent it to or. Fox with thesis assured of the request that it be printed in tin local dentist hut local papers and also handed to with which those in charge of the Public and comparatively parochial schools. $5tm. Is the Independent is glad indeed to j possible print this message. Surety there is or two greater need for Goodwill than for deserve anything else of a Only had uni of the Versal Goodwill there would in no relations wars no jealousies no selfishness. We should in fact have the Milieu How his voice got that Way. Hun. And while one Dos not expect Franklin Gilkeson dropped in the Neil Benium within the lit Tim in a no a with Ilu Hor clinic. The school of the equipment for the clinic Ami cooperation of the it lacks funds to conduct the clinic. A Small Sun. About shod hint to it be that sum in a Day w Hen in the lot of of the action of the state committee. Its hard now for most people to recall who the democratic nominee for governor is. And it will be More difficult As time goes on. Announcement of the census returns indicates that mint grow t v county May he big enough to Mand recognition As a District by itself when Congress reap portions the states in accordance with the 1930 census of such turns out to in the Ca Quot Bucks county will in lined up with some of he r county an congressman Watson a Long tenure of office May in in danger. De con sies Don a i col. G. B. I i is Bury. District Engi nor v. S. Engineer office War department has placed on file in the Borough Engineer s office maps of certain areas along the Delaware River set aside for the Deposit dredged material in connection with the dredging of the 20-toot Channel from Philadelphia to Trenton. The Engineer office has Given notice that it will consider any protects that May be made against the depositing of material on these areas on the g iou i that such deposits would do injury to navigation or riparian rights provided the Pio tests Are made before june 30. This notice is a formality for the areas to in used for tin dumping of ii red god material Are swamps and Low lands that will in materially improved by the Deposit of the dredge ii material. Class Day exercises of Bristol High school june lass held last evening Twenty two graduates will get diplomas tuesday last Dai exercises it the june class of 1930 were held Iii the auditorium of the High school last evening. The program opened with the singing of a sting written by Bess Mcginley. William Leigh was Mas ter of ceremonies and introduced Wescott Smith who read the class history. Anita Nonini and William Moran Sang a duet and the class will and testament was read by Margaret Black. The class prophecy was Given by Bess Mcginley. Folio wed by the class song by the seniors. Presentation of the mothers association awards came next. A prize or $5.00 was awarded Jeanette Hill been the kindest and had most for the welfare of the through the four year course. A prize of $5.00 was Given to William Moran for being the to nose useful in athletics during the present school year. A award of $5.00 was Given to Jacob Tranotti who showed the greatest All around Impi lenient during the school year. Margaret Black received the $5.00 prize for being voted the most useful girl in scholarship conduct Anil time devoted to extra curricular activities. Tin fathers association awards and the winners were a watch to Margaret Black for the highest average during the senior Yar watch to Anthony Burton for the highest average during the senior year prize of $5.00 to the member of the class in the commercial course having die highest average a luring the four years Anita Nonini. Fri n Mcfadden received a i ize of $5.00 for being the Hest All around girl athlete during the four year course. Bess Mcginley received an award of $5.00 for Best work in Tho heme of Konomick department in sewing and cooking. The two Junior High prizes of $5.00 Cash to it i the boy and girl showing Best All around citizenship Ann awarded on the basis of scholarship. Conduct cooperation participation in extra curricular activities and attendance were awarded to Howard Lovett Anil Florence Burton. sunday morning the senior class will attend St. James Church where the baccalaureate Sermon will in preached by Rev. George e. Boswell the Rector. Graduation exercises will be held on tuesday evening june 17th, in the High school auditorium when diplomas will be awarded Twenty two seniors. The Honor students Are i Margaret Black Anthony Burton and Anita Nonini. A i the program for that night is procession. High school invocation. Rev. Howard l. Zepp selection school orchestra Salut Atory Anthony Burton song senior High school essay Anita Nonini mothers association prize essay valedictory. Margaret Black selection school orchestra address or. William t. Han Che song senior High school presentation of Grundy june class Are Margaret Black Horace Davis Hill William William roil lied. To raise is not this a Mallei i the sympathetic feathers and which attention mothers Assn Bristol Tennis tournament to Start monday the present eventually this will hat a Goodwill generation Ami such Den it message it will cont messages As Collis a his for from to the t he the be the or. And mrs. L. Lynch of 240 Harrison Street were guests Over the week end of relatives Iii Elmer n. Schoolchildren of Formosa Cal Lien Ltd Iii Wii. A a a e schoolchildren of formosa1 were very Happy to receive from the1 English schoolchildren your no to age of Goodwill and we Ai filled with i comedy film. Walter Virginia judge Quot Ami sound new a Are booked. Next wednesday Ruth Chatteron Iii Quot the laughing lady Quot will in the attraction. Two talking comedies also Are billed Quot red headed Hussy Quot and the anal allowing of a the lady we wish to come to work and play lies Quot featuring Walter Huston and with you Ami to have you visit Claudette Colbert will by seen to but we must wait until re a bring us some Means of sound d had Ben Quot two thing said Frank night of the Ling bout and saturday yelled some More when the Grundy Man for Republican chairman Wale at ii by player % the results in both the Bristol Tennis tournament will Start on monday evening and continue until june 30th. A meeting was held by the committee last night Ami Nanu s were Iii a n. And a Lutes Anil time for the matches will i i announced. Over Folly have snit Quot jeered the tournament. The. Regular Tennis rules will prevail wrest i in All match Gal and in Case on voice vocal Joy in answering your letter now when fresh Green summer has returned again so Early to our Island. We love your country As the coun try of gentlemen and we hear Many stories about you from our teachers. Committee general Martin contests were As though ramped. Are to blame i yelled too much Londos Shimkat morning i inclement weather games Pinchot j played off at a later Date by the committee. Iii Case that a other or players do not appear on i master the courts at a time appointed they willing forfeit the match to their opponent. I Hollywood Quot and stat will to in of in set Woith a Tore Throat a a the a fun show. At the grand next week Quot the cuckoos Quot described As a a monster fun show Quot with Bert Vvs a Der and Robert Woolsey comedians. Ami �?o1500 other nuts and ,�?� will in the attraction at the Gram theatre monday tuesday Ami wednesday with a matinee monday afternoon. This talking and singing picture has been a great Success Iii the big cities and manager Lynn feels that he was fortunate in being Able to Book it for the grand in addition to this feature there will be a comedy film Quot purely and Fox movie tone news. Saturday s show will he Tallmadge in Quot new York an Aesop fable film and vaudeville Bill headed by Ray revue a company of six people vaudeville acts Are fat xylophone is Jack Iii a sketch. Medal Ami prizes presentation of diplomas. Member of the classical course Anthony Burton Alma Harris Jeanette Leigh Mac Moon Tun no. Scientific course a William wich ser. Jacob Tranotti Westcott Smith. General course a Luther Hilgen Dorf a adore Levinson Bess Mcginley. I Eroy Recs. Commercial course Maretta Doan Ellen Mcfadden William Moran Anita Nonini Virginia Pallone Elsi Rockhill Zephyr still. Y. M. A. Crews to race at East Falls on saturday Norma a Good he Billy people. Blum and Betty members of the Young men s association will compete in the sixth annual Faist flails regatta tomorrow afternoon when they will try their prowess against other Canoe clubs on the Schuylkill River. The regatta is held under the allspice of the fast Falls business menus association the n. A. A. O., a. A. La and the m. S. C. R. A. The Canoe events scheduled Are one Man fresh from1 single Blade one Man double Blade. Night. the future doing so. Those White topped hydrants. Coat of White paint applied i of tops of hydrants in the Hor-1 made the water plugs quite the White Caps also serve a useful purpose they make tile hydrants easier to find at night. The to the Oligh attractive. Cups an medals will the winners in the three Loving cup will in Given of by award j Morton and Sheldon Jin a unnecessary the anal showing of Quot the Golden calf Quot will be made tonight with sue Carol for Brendel Jack Mulhall and others in the cast. I a a next thurs4lay Ami Friday Marion doubles the winners will in awarded Davies will a Gold medals and the two finishing the second w ill be Given Silver medals j of the stage classes. A to the writhe senior Ami Junior singles. Medals go to the Rtin ners in each of those classes. In the tip in seen in Quot not so talking picture version Quad singles and Quad doubles. Other events include rowing swimming. Diving and motor boat races. This regatta is for the Benefit of the greater women a medical College and Hospital funds and is an annual affair. Many member clubs of the Middle states Canoe racing association of which the local club is a member will

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