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Rumanians Will
Remain Free, Is
Pledge Of Carol
Repudiates Dictatorship In
First Interview Since
Return To Throne
Proud Of His Work
Sees Strength In His Rule
Amidst Warring Groups
Of The Nation
By JAMES A. MILLS
(Balkan Correspondent of The Associated
Press)
BUCHAREST, July 8 - (/P) - Carol
II, king of Rumania, wants to give
his people a liberal constitutional gov-
ernment, and not a dictatorial regime.
"If I wished to follow the example
of other sovereigns and political lead-
ers," said the 41-year-old Rumanian
ruler in the first formal interview he
Pas granted since his return to the
throne five years ago, "I could easily
be dictator of Rumania. But the
Rumanian people want neither auto-
cracy nor tyranny.
"Certainly I shall never attempt to
force a dictatorship upon them, nor
shall' I ever abolish parliament and
other free institutions, as has been
done in other countries."
The interview took place in the
subdued atmosphere of the king's
private study at the sumptuous royal
palace in Bucharest, while traffic
roared outside in the throbbing boule-
vard called Calea Victoriei, the
Broadway of Bucharest.
Around the king's room, in walnut
bookcases, were thousands of vol-
umes in English, French, German,
Rumanian and Italian - a legacy
from Carol's father, King Ferdinand.
The king wore the white uniform
of commander-in-chief of the Ruma-
nian army. His chest was covered with
decorations. He smoked incessantly.
Most of the time he was sombre
and reflective. But whenever he felt
he had scored a point in describing
his regime, his face became radiant.
He spoke with marked emphasis, di-
rectness and self-confidence.
"When I returned to Rumania by
airplane five years ago, I was over-
whelmed by the warmth and ardour
of the people's greeting," he said. "I
was afraid I should never be able to
fulfill their expectations of me as
king. But from that moment I de-
termined that I would consecrate my
whole heart and being to serving my
country.
"Today I think I can look back up-
on my achievements with pride and
satisfaction. I have worked night and
day, without a single day's vacation
or rest, to make Rumania strong, pro-
gressive, prosperous, and a real force
for good, not only at home but abroad.
"Today we are the biggest nation
in the Balkans, not only in territory
and population, but as regards wealth
and natural resources.
BOX SCORE

As Officer Falls Battling Canadian Relief Riotcr,

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-Associated Press Photo.
Blows from clubs held by rioters caused the death of Constable Charles Miller at Regina, Sask., where
police battled 3,000 relief camp strikers. Another officer is shown in the center of this remarkable picture,
bending of the inert form of his comrade amid a hail of stones hurled by the rioters.
Play-By-Play Account Of Third DAILY OFFICIAL
Straight American League Win BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
First Inning to Terry. Vosmik hit a single over(CtndonPe
National League - Martin, first up, Terry's head and was advanced to in the "Second Floor Terrace Room,"
singled. Arkie Vaughan flied to Bob third when Gehringer singled be- Michigan Union.
Johnson in left field. Martin stole tween second and first. Gehrig There will be an open discussion on
second. Ott was out, short to first, walked, filling the bases. Foxx hit educational problems.
Martin taking third. Medwick struck a hard ground ball at Schumacher, Mrs. Koella will sing French songs.
out. No runs, one hit, no errors. the ball bouncing off his shins, and
American League-Vosmik ground- Vosmik scored from third, Foxx being Students, College of Engineering:
ed out, second to first. Charley Geh- credited with a single. Johnsoji Saturday, July 13th, will be the
ringer walked. Gehrig forced G'eh- struck out. One run, three hits, a final day for dropping a course in
ringer at second. Jimmy Foxx hit base on balls, and no errors. the Summer Session without record.
a terrific drive into the left field Sixth Inning Courses may be dropped only with
bleachers, scoring behind Gehrig. Bob National League-Vaughan walked. the permission of the classifier after
Johnson popped to Herman at sec- Ott flied to Simmons in deep center conference with the instructor in the
ond. Two runs, one hit, no errors. field. Medwick flied to right, and Ter. course.
Second Inning ry forced Vaugha A. H. Lovell.
National League - Terry lined to at second, Geh-
Bob Johnson in left. Berger popped ringer unassisted. was also out, Cronin to Gehrig. Ott
to Gehrig. Herman grounded out, No runs, no hits, a struck out, foul tipping the third
Gomez to Gehring. No runs, no hits, base on balls, and strike into Hemsely's mitt. No runs,
no errors. no errors. no hits, no, errors.
l AmainaL T~aaSimnt ctre k.. - - . . ..Aaia inmm.nrm ~i

American League- ->mmons srucK
out on three pitched balls. Hemsley
drove a triple off the concrete bar-
rier in left field. Cronin brought him
home with a long fly to Berger in
center field. Gomez struck out. One
run, one hit, no errors.
Third Inning
National League - Wilson ground-
ed out, Gehringer to Gehrig. Man-
cuso, batting for Walker, the pitcher,
popped to Cronin
in short left field.
:{: Martin struck out.
* * "No runs, no hits,
no errors.
American League
- Vosmik was out,
Schumacher to
Terry. Schumacher
having replaced
Walker on t h e
mound for the Na-
tionals. Gehringer
;f grounded out, Her-
man to Terry.
v EP--NONoo Gehrig hit a high
bounder to second and was out, Her-
man to Terry. No runs, no hits, no
errors.

NATIONAL
AB R
Martin, 3b ......4 0
Vaughan, ss ......3 1
Ott, rf ............4 0
Medwick, if......3 0
Terry, lb ..........3 0
Collins, lb ........1 0
Berger, cf ........2 0
Moore, cf .......... 2 0
Herman, 2b.. ..3 0
Wilson, c .........3 0
Hartnett, c ........0 0
Walker, p........0 0
Schumacher, p ....1 0
Derringer, p ......0 0
J. Dean, p ........0 0
Mancuso.........1 0
Waner ...........1 0
Whitehead ........0 0
Totals .......31 1

H
1
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0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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4

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-0
2
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5
2
1
1
1
8
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24

A
0
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Cincinnati now pitching for the Na- Because the railroad pension fund I
tionals and Harnett catching. Harder was declared unconstitutional, rail
struck out. Vosmik grounded out, workers in Houston, Texas, had $75,-
Herman to Collins. Gehringer lined 000 paid into the pension fund of
a double off Collins' glove. Gehrig three railroads returned to them.
hit a terrifically long drive into center -
field, more than 400 feet from the SWIM PICNIC
plate, but Moore ran back and made
a beautiful leaping catch. No runs, N EW PORT
one hit, no errors. BATHING BEACH
Eighth Inning PORTAGE LAKE
National League - Martin ground- Constantly Changing Wwter
ed out, Cronin to Gehrig. Vaughanng

Fourth Inning
National League - Vaughan hit a
hard shot to right field and got a
two base hit when Vosmik couldn't
hold it. Ott was out on an easy pop
foul to Hemsley. Medwick walked.
Terry hit a single, scoring Vaughan.
Berger struck out and Herman ended
the inning flying to Johnson in right
center. One run, two hits, no errors.
American League - Foxx struck
out. Schumacher also struck out
Johnson. Simmons hit a slow hop-
per towards third and Martin, trying
hard for a play at first, threw the
ball over Terry's head into right field.
Simmons was credited with a single
and Martin with an error. Hemsley
hit the ball into the dirt in front of
the plate and was tagged out by
catcher Wilson. No runs, one hit, one
error.
Fifth Inning
National League - Wilson flied to
Johnson in deep left field. Schumach-
er was out, Cronin to Gehrig. Martin
struck out for the second time. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
American League - Cronin struck
-out. Gomez grounded out, Vaughan

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AMERICAN
ABR
Vosmik, rf .........4 1
Gehringer, 2b ......3 0
Gehrig, lb ........3 1
Foxx, 3b ...........3 1
Bluege, 3b........0 0
Johnson, if.......4 0
Chapman, if ......0 0
Simmos, cf ......4 0
Cramer cf ........0 0
Hemsley, c .......4 1.
Cronin, ss ........4 0
Gomez, p..........2 0
Harder, p ........1 0
Totals .......32 4
National............000
American.:.........210

H 0 A E
1 1 0 0
2 1 3 0
0 12 0 0
2 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 4 0 0
0 0 .0 0
2 2 0 0
0 0 0 0
1 B . .Q. Q
0 1 4 0
0 0 1 0
8 27 9 0
100 000 -1
010 00x-4

Mancuso batted for Walker in 3rd.
Moore batted for Berger in 7th.
P. Waner batted for Schumacher
in 7th.
Whitehead ran for Wilson in 7th.
Two base hits -Vaughan, Wilson,
Gehringer, Simmons.
Three-base hit - Hemsley.
Home run - Foxx.
Stolen base -Martin.
Left on bases - Nationals 5; Amer-
ia ns. '7

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