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The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

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(By The Associated Press)
Secret Service Men
Smash Counterfeit Gang
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.-( P)-Secret
service agents today completed a
roundup of seven men and a women
they said were responsible for half
the counterfeit money being circu-
lated in the country.
Captain William H. Houghton said
the group supplied bogus money to
Operators in Baltimcre, Kansas City,
Cleveland and other cities and to
sailors who passed the bills to Amer-
ican tourists abroad.
The defendants, all New Yorkers,
were booked as,:RoberteRosenthal.
26; Anthony Rizzo, 23; Vincenzo Con-
iglio, alias Jimmy Conti, 37; Frank
Poppalarado, 31; Eleanor Poppala-
rado, his wife, alias Eleanor Struck-
hoff, alias Mickey Hogan, alias Mary
Pinto, 34; Edward Wagner, 48; Pom-
peo Perfetto, 43; Louis Bianco, 41.
'Gracious, No!'
Says Jim Farley
AKRON, O., Aug. 4.-(iP)-James A.
Farley, chairman of the Democratic
National Committee, declared tonight
that talk of political reprisals against
those who defeated President Roose-
velt's court reorganization proposal
is a "piece of moonshine."
"This administration is concerned
with bringing back and perpetuating
prosperity; it has no time for ven-
dettas," he told a meeting of the sum-
mit county Democratic organizations.
The Democratic chairman said Re-
publicans are circulating the story of.
coming reprisals.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)

Major Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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New York ...........63 29 .685
Chicago .............57 39 .594
Boston.......53 SM .589
Detroit.............52 39 .571
Cleveland...........43 47 .47
Washington .........40 49 .449
St. Louis...........30 62 .326
Athletics..........27 ..63 .300
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 11, Philadelphia 7.
New York 10. Chicago 9.
St. Louis 5, Washington 3.
Boston 8-6, Cleveland 6-5.
Games Today
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Washington.
Cleveland at Boston.
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Lawrence Arnold Bickford (above)
was co-pilot of the Pan-American-
Grace luxury airliner Santa Maria,
which aerial searchers said they
had located submerged off Colon
breakwater, near Bilboa, Canal
Zone. Ten passengers and three
crew members were aboard the
plane, but searchers said there was
no sign of life.

Nine men working near these tank cars at Whiting, Ind., were injured
when an explosion and fire at the Sinclair Refining Company's plant set
them afire. The 10,000 gallon capacity cars, shown at the ,height
of the fire, were being loaded at the time.

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Donald Horst, two and a half years old, and his mother, Mrs. Otto
Horst, wife of a well-to-do Chicago hotel operator, were only two of a
number of parties who figured in what first looked like a kidnaping, but
now appears to be a baby mix-up. Mr. and Mrs. John Regan admitted
to police they snatched the boy from Mrs Horst's arms Tuesday night
but claimed' that the child was theirs, born when they were not yet
married and given to Mrs. Horst by Dr. John A. Rose, the attending
physician, 15 minutes after the delivery. A birth certificate was filed
claiming the boy was the Horst's natural son, and Mr. Horst was notified
that he was a father, police say.

Yesterday's Results
Chicago 2 Philadelphia 1.
New York 4, Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn 10, Pittsburgh 7.
St. Louis 7, Boston 6.
Games Today
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Boston at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh,
Read Daily Classified Ads
TYPEWRITING
MIMEOGRAPH ING
.eromptly and neatly done by expetz-
:nced operators at moderate priew.
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State Street

While her father, John 11. Hayes, 33, of Mahwah, N. J., prepared to
fight extraditio'n to San Francisco where a warrant has been issued
charging him with stealing her from the home of her grandmother,
little Patricia Ann Hayes, 28 months old played at a Chicago orphanage,
unmindful of the battle for her custody. The little girl is shown here
playing with her "air automobile."
Good Only Friday, Augus 6, 10 A.M. to 6

foreign countries, who would like to
see a first-class consolidated school
plant are invited to join with this
class. Please leave your name in
Room 12, University Hall, or call Ex-
tension 673, or meet the class at the
school about 11:30 a.m.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre: "Ac-
cent on Youth," Samsen Raphael-
son's popular comedy, will be pre-
sented tonight by the Michigan Rep-
ertory Players. This play will con-
tinue nightly for the balance of the
week. There are a few good tickets
remaining for each performance. The
box-office is open daily from 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
Tickets for "H.M.S. Pinafore": This
popular Gilbert and Sullivan operetta
will be presented next week by the
Michigan Repertory Players in col-
loboration with the School of Music.
The advance ticket sale has been un-
usually heavy but there are some
seats available for all performances.
A special matinee has been scheduled
for Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.,
choice seats may be had for this per-
formance. Please make your reser-
vations promptly.
All married students are invited to
a weiner roast Friday afternoon spon-
sored by the Michigan Dames. The
group will leave the Michigan League
at 5:15 p.m. for Loch Alpine. Cost
for food will be about 20 cents per
person. There will be transportation.
for those who need it.
Comprehensive Examination in Ed-
ucation: All candidates for the Teach-
er's Certificate (except graduate stu-
dents) are required to pass a Compre-
hensive Professional Examination
covering the Education courses pre-'
scribed for the Certificate. The next
examination will be given in 10221
U.H.S., Saturday, Aug. 7, at 9 a.m.
The examination will cover Educa-
tion A10, Cl, special methods, and
directed teaching. (This notice does

Rex Martin (above), of the Unit-
ed States Department of Commerce,
was one of the 10 passengers
aboard a Pan American-Grace lux-
ury airliner found submerged off
Colon breakwater, in the Panama
Canal Zone. Martin, whose legal
residence was Carbondale, Ill., had
formerly served as secretary to Rep.
Kenneth Keller, of Illinois.

HAMPSTEAD
PLAYERS
present
MASTER
PETER PATH ELIN
at the
OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATRE
Hampstead Lane
August 5 & 6

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Stanley Hollis, 12-year-old Boy Scout of Cambridge, Mass., is shown
holding 22-months-old Francis Leavitt, whom he caught in his arms
when he saw her fall from a window 20 feet from the ground. His
quick work was credited with saving the baby's life.

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not include School of Music students.)
Men's Education Club Picnic, Wed-
nesday, Aug. 11. Portage Lake. An-
nual picnic and fun fest. Leave main
entrance of University high school at
4:30 p.m. Men needing transpor-
tation can be accommodated if
prompt in assembling at U.H.S.

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