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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 09, 1929, Image 1

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Complete Wire Report* of THE UNITED PRESS Ureotttsl World-Wide New* Service WHITE PLAINS, N. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,1929 VOL. 1- t NO. 162 ATHLETICS WIN 2ND 1 SERIES GAME, 9 TO 3; MALONE IS TAKEN OUT FOUR BUSINESS HOUSES ROBBED BY LONE THIEF VIETH SOUNDS KEYNOTE FOR CHURCH GROUP First CHURCHES PROTEST YOUTHFUL BANDIT MALE SHOPLIFTER \THE RED FUG\ Daring Thief* Evades i ™ h, . uj ■**. obtained in Police Patrol, Forces | • Locks and Secures j Over $300 — Pelham | Holds Two' Men as' i “ Screen Burglars\ j | In spite of the'vigilance of ! 'redoubled police patrols. I seeking: to trap the \screen] I burglar, ” a daring thief last 1 night broke into four stores i in the heart of the business | section here and escaped 1 I with loot valued at approxi- Imately $300. Police today! Enunciates Pririciples of Organization at Opening Session of New, York, Religious Dele- itartr — T — EamshaW Blows Up | TO DAT'S LUTE Ur | talmauly *200 In cosh. four! T_ Piffk After F ’VC MOtodelphU Chicago valued at ISO. end also two' , \o J Btobop. 2b __________ *b. McMillan m “ bln “ . Singles Score t hree h *** ct ________ ■*. English ie Intruder aecured *25 In all- 1 r> ___ Cochran, c ---------------- 2b, Hornsby In a bag In the tala In the K U n S rOT 1-.UDS Simmons. It. ------------ ct. Wltoon » Of A- KaU S3 South Lexing- Blake and Carl80n 2 “ lb ' --------------- avenue. The aafe waj not 0 „ , . , « Miller, rf, ■ “ « olepuaneoo ed. Follow Malone Into Pyksa, *b. ------------------------------- lb. Ortmm Box For Chicago. SSJt. ~ j SSt rsirsrsmzrs'. oior Vaa taken from the cuh reg- j Oct. 9 ---- JlITimj rOXX 8 War Athletic* __ Bishop Bp: Strike one ' club won the second game of called: bail one. ineide: bail two. Looka Forced | world's Series .for the outalde; foul, atrlke two: foul: ban ie Canton Garaem. a Chlneee Athlefir* tndav when he thr »«- Wide; Blabop-filed to Bteph aurant above Goldberg's .hop , p-e “ an. up: Strike oo^called, cloeed. wav .Uo broken Into clouted One of Pat Malone * two , twmBg . toal; on c. thief forced open the coin box fast curves into the bleach- high: Hama touted to McMillan mechanical piano In aearch of ers, Scoring Cochran Snd C ochra ne up: Ball one. laaida; ball L U u.b m £.** * nr,hln * Simmons ahead-of him. It ££ l£ur\l^T«rs enters by W “ FoXX » ** COnd h0 “ er ° f «■ *«- lag lock, on doors. In two of the senes. Ball one. high; tolltwo. (ratted*. .. — -------- , — a through trap door, leading, A fumble by English, his f0 ?? : . b ^? *** — : fer, experienced ba.em.nu into tb* thope. i third 0 f the series, was res- ^ up: 1 rd P ?hTitoi!L E itor^«7nriiu P ^u ponsible for the fourth tally one. lufcSe; .trike one. called; Fox* -V 'or th. Athletic in the 4 th “ “ ° n,ln f “ lb ° prc ^ Hugh — and Thom — Murray were, inning, when Dykes came ID nVH LZZ.tT'* ‘ .. „ ■ on * force play. gather- around Malone white the STehSe.dtecovao Lefty Grove went in for AthtoUe. pound- Jimmy - tb. ■ «*• \ “ “ W.™ B um & w when the Utter um.. euw w1,tJlCt '\f 1\ weighing about 200 paunda^tnd are blew Up in the fifth and the M | ller a' long foul'to lafl y ’ wju^^i^SJgT'rw- cb * eb f n *« u P on autoa m « o at late Cuba scored three runs by''fi.w wtuph took — — thought it of escape If aeen. (Continued on Page Five) ! bunching five singles. would be good for a elngle. the Convention gates Here From AH Parts of State Over 100 Here. From All Parts of'State For Annual Religious Education Conference Enunciation of five princi ­ ples, the foundation of all or ­ ganization work ' sponsored by the International Council of Religious Education, was made this morning by Dr. { Paul H. Vieth*. research di­ rector, who addressed or- -ganization officials of the New York State Council of Religious Education at the Memorial M. E. Chuith. This gathering of official, was the first meeting of a'three-day conven ­ tion being held in White Plains to ­ day, tomorrow and Friday. The of ­ ficial opening of the convention win be at 2 o'clock this aftifaoon at MORE DUE TONIGHT lip-state Contingents Expect ­ ed This Afternoon ; Loual Homes Are Opened Over 100 delegate, registered at the T. M. C. A. this morning for the New Tork State Council of Re ­ ligious Education. A large staff took charge of th* registration which began at 8:30 o'clock and will last unUl late this evening. Th* Rev. Oeorge P. Pay son la chairman of the Registration Com- WAimJSSSA VTAr e. nn/VA«tstn p. m. aad the new cl — Mfleo cigarettes neceealtle* of life as this outalde; strike on*, call — ; bell two, outalde; atrlke two, called; bell Letter From Downer Shows -* nod, swinging al a fast breaking curve tor th* third strUU. Haas New York Newspaper Pres mg Investigation Which v Purports to Show Huge w Profits in Purchase First'Reference to Park­ way in Harrison Was- March 26,1925 Market points and WANTED Republicans Stamp Tammany Brand On Lieut. Gov. Lehman And Children ’ s Court Judg c Main. Murid, „d Ellrodt Cri nnnnn mi limnix On Women's Organization to UlLlLll/ II All 1 u\) 4 & 2 $£ 7 -' BYSASHBDR] WARNING - IMPORTANT CITY OF WHITE WE THEREFORE HAVE THE CHOICEST.

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