Prince and Peasant: Rub Elbows at Churchill Downs to See Kentucky Derby.; Men and Women Prominent in Affairs of Nation, Movie and Radio Stars in Throng., Daily Racing Form, 1934-05-05


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PRINCE AND PEASANT Rub Elbows at Churchill Downs to See Kentucky Derby Men and Women Prominent in Af fairs of Nation Movie and Radio Stars in Throng LOUISVILLE Ky May 4 Prince and peasant rubbed elbows here today as thou ¬ sands of the advance guard of Kentucky Derby visitors crowded this home of Amer ¬ icas greatest horse race The Derby folks began their annual pilgrimage to this hos ¬ pitable southern city early in the week but today they literally swept down upon it borne here by train plane boat motor and even by the inevitable horse and carriage carriageHotel Hotel accommodations for those who have not yet made reservations are available at no figure Hostelries have hung out stand ¬ ing room only signs long ago and those who had not the foresight to make their reservations early will be left to their own devices as far as shelter is concerned Even quarters in rooming houses are fetching presidential suite rates ratesIncluded Included in the list of those who made Derby and hotel reservations are many high in the affairs of the national government motion picture and radio stars barons of industry and commerce horsemen and horse ¬ women and just plain people peopleRepresenting Representing the national capital will be Postmaster General James A Farley Gen Hugh S Johnson keeper of the Blue Eagle Mrs Henry A Wallace wife of the secretary of agriculture and Mrs Woodrow Wilson Lawrence Robert assistant secretary of the treasury and Dr Walter L Treadway sur ¬ geongeneral of the United States Bureau of Public Health also will be here from Wash ¬ ington ingtonThe The pulchritudinous Mae West Clark Gable and Hal Roach the director will head movielands Derby delegation while among radios featured stars will be Morton Downey Paul Whiteman Graham McNa mee and Ted Husing HusingBIG BIG BUSINESS REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDBig Big business will be represented by hosts of thoroughbredloving patrons as will the horse racing sport itself itselfGovernor Governor Ruby Laffoon of Kentucky will be the Blue Grass states most honored guest and he will head a large party coming from Frankfort the state capital to see the running of the classic Governor Laf ¬ foon will present the trophy to the winner of the Derby DerbyAmong Among the prominent visiting box holders are Gov Ruby Laffoon of Kentucky Post ¬ master General James A Farley Maj George L Berry of Tennessee Maj L A Beard of Lexington Col H M Howard of Dayton Ohio LieutGov A B Chandler of Kentucky Col George G King of Cincin ¬ nati Judge W W Lewis of Harlan Ky Judge A W Young of Morehead Ky Mayor Bernard Dickman of St Louis Senator J N Camden of Versailles Ky and Maj T C McDowell of Lexington Ky KyMrs Mrs Payne Whitney Mrs Isabelle Dodge Sloane Mrs Frank J Heller of New York Mrs Joseph Leiter of Chicago Mrs Joseph M Madden of Lexington Mrs S E Cole man of Indianapolis Mrs George B Cox of Cincinnati Mrs Thomas J Regan of Chilesburg Mrs George R Wendling of St Louis Mrs H A Uhl of St Louis Mrs Hugh Wallace of Washington Mrs J B Crowley of Charleston W Va and Mrs F M Saufley of Richmond Ky Continued on seventh page PRINCE AND PEASANT Continued from first page Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield of Lexington Miss Mollie Cullun of Tulsa and Miss Char ¬ lotte MacMorran of Michigan MichiganC C V Whitney William Woodward Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt Cyril De Cordova John Hay Whitney William Ziegler Jr William J Baird George H Bull of New York YorkJoseph Joseph E Widener of Philadelphia Vin ¬ cent Bendix H P Joyce Charles W Bidwill of Chicago Desha Breckinridge of Lexing ¬ ton Henry Oliver of Sewickly Pa Urey Woodson of Owensboro Ky F B Patter ¬ son of Dayton Ohio James F Barton of Indianapolis J A Brennan of Bellvvood 111 J Frederick Byers of Pittsburgh PittsburghBruce Bruce A Campbell of East St Louis Nor ¬ man W Church of Los Angeles R G Cooper of Cincinnati A H Cosden of South Hold L L John F Curry of New York L A Downs of Chicago W J Dickinson of Michigan City Ind Charles T Fisher of Detroit J B Graham of Detroit Ben John ¬ son of Bardstown Ky Louis Lee Higgin of Lexington E J Hughes of Springfield 111 Paul Morton of Lexington T D Taggart of French Lick Springs Ind J I Patterson of Dayton Ohio Stanley Reed of Washing ¬ ton C B Shaffer of Chicago R J Paisley of Cleveland P W Seiler of Pontiac Mich P P Cross of Chicago Don Williams of Wadsworth Ohio OhioW W F Wiley of Cincinnati R C Enos of Chicago S C Allyn of Dayton Ohio D W Brooks of Memphis Tenn Howard Cook of St Louis G D Crabbs of Cincinnati R O Bean of Dayton Ohio Richard J Barr of Joliet 111 Armitage Brothers of Indianapolis F J Costello of Baltimore Roy Carruthers of Chicago H D Crooks of Chicago J J Daniels of Indianapolis Frank F Doak of Pittsburgh W S Elkins of Atlanta O M Edwards of Pittsburgh R I Fisher of Fort Wayne Ind William WilliamA A Fisher of Detroit G I Frazier of De ¬ troit W F Klain of Lexington LexingtonJ J M Hartfield of New York B B Jones of Berryville Va Stuyvesant Peabody Otto W Lehmann F N Leopold Chicago Ike Lanier Clifford Shinkle of Cincinnati Silas SilasB B Mason of Lexington George MacLeod of Buffalo Frank J Navin of Detroit George D Pratt Morton L Schwartz Keats Speed A B Krock H H Helm of New York YorkRichard Richard J Reynolds Winston Salem E W Smith Pittsburgh R Brinkley Snowden Memphis T J Pendergast Kansas Cityj Maurice L Galvin Covington Ky KySherman Sherman Goodpaster Frankfort Polk Laf foon Covington T C Bradley E R Brad ¬ ley Thomas Piatt Phil T Chinn J Edward Madden J Cal Milam Lexington J R Gatewood Lagrange Ky A J Lapsley Harrodsburg Ky G P Roberts Marion H F Gary W George Johnston H S Ley man Frank P McEwen Cincinnati Tyler Munford Morgan Field FieldH H B Scott Lexington Edward F Spears A B Hancock Paris Ky Frank B Thomp ¬ son Owensboro Ky Edwin B Tower Mil ¬ waukee Thomas H Wall Ashland Dan Tal bott Bardstown Ky Daniel Apthegrove St Louis Byron H Burns Williams H Mitchell Cincinnati C W Hay Frankfort W Y C Hunt New York J H Louchheim Phila ¬ delphia P A Barkey Detroit P A and R J Nash Albert Sabath Chicago J D Reed Oklahoma City CityCharles Charles A Stegner C B Shaffer A J Stilwell A W Kruse Chicago J B Stoke ley Indianapolis C H Strub Los Angeles Theodore Swann Birmingham Ala Curtis Miles New Brunswick N J H T Bryan Chattanooga S S Coombs Frazier Lebus Brownell Combs Lexington Ky F S Dunavent Shelbyville Ky M C Kellogg Richmond Ky John B Lewis H P Head ley Ross Long Lexington T G Pruitt North Middleton Ky M C Burrell Piqua Ohio Hugh B Cherry Princeton Ky R L Gaines Carrollton Ky KyJ J H Mathewson Ashland Ky K G Mc Connell Paducah Ky J C Miller Owens ¬ boro Ky W S Ruhlman Thomas A Combs Barry Shannon Lexington W E Simms Spring Station Ky Moses Straus Joe Terbett Charles F Williams Alfred E Hill Cincinnati F E Vigor Ashland Ky Harold Lion Covington Ky KyAmong Among the prominent Louisville box holders are William B Harrison Hamel A Culbertson Brent Arnold Jr Lawrence Jones Irvin A Bell Henning Chambers M J Winn Sam H Stone Lawrence Jones4 Jr Charles G Middleton Walter H Girdler Thurston B Morton Baylor Hickman Dan ¬ iel E OSullivan Bruce Haldeman J Bt Hilliard Charles F Price William L Hoge Credo Harris C Bruce Head Harry O Gray G Breaux Ballard Junius W Bell W F Blackford Barry Bingham Sevier Bonnie W O Bonnie George O Boomer F W Bradsby J Graham Brown Owsley Brown James B Brown Wiley B Bryan John Buchanan Alex Bush Morton Caldwell John M Callahan W S Campbell A J Car ¬ roll F W Carter J Matt Chilton John M Clancy James T Clark Whiteford R Cole H M Ferris Louis Frank George Cooper John R Downing Walter F Jacobs Darwin W Johnson Boyd B Mahon Stanley Mayer W F Knebelkamp Howard B Mahon Robert Montgomery Theodore E Mueller Adolph Reutlinger W E Ross Ben H Shrader W E Smith Paul Tafel R W Snyder Frank J Walker M J Brennan W D Carrithers H W Coyne J Don Eddie John Epping George G Fetter Jr Paul J Fleming C E Gheens Thomas H Gunther R G Potter T V Ponder J B Partridge H P Thieman Thomas Oliphant J Rey burn Watson Hugh W Young Thomas Young and Arthur L Capp and numerous others

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