Whos Who Among the Texas Derby Crowd, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-22


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WHOS WHO AMONG THE TEXAS DERBY CROWD ARLINGTON, Texas, April 20. Despite the inclement -weather, leaders of the business, social and political world witnessed the Derby day program. Among tiiose noted in the vastgathering were: Lieut.-Gov. Walter Woodul, Sen. Ken Regan, who acted as governor Thursday; representative J. C. Duval, Coke Stevenson, speaker of the house; former governors Williams P. Hobby and James E. Ferguson; Sen. Clint Small, of Amarillo, Texas; Secre tary of State Gerald Mann,- Hull Youngblood, Sah Antonio; John T. Jones and Mrs. Jones, whose brother Jesse H. Jones, is head of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation; Vincent M. Miles, regional director of the National Resource Board; Marvin C. Nichols, Mr. arid Mrs. R. J. ODonnell, Interstate Amusement Company; F. O. Starz, Duke Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mueller, Mrs. Guy Waggoner, Mrs. P. M. Kebort, Mrs. W. T. Waggoner, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Waggoner, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Armer, Dorothy Cowden, Mr. and Mrs. Amon G. Carter, Mri and Mrs. Jack Farrell and daughter Patsy; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davies, Mr. and Mrs. B. Landerson, Roy Westbrook, Clay Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Clay Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James McCurdy. Others included James Owen Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. F. Kirk Johnson, Mayor Van Zandt Jarvis, Mr. and Mrs. George Fairtrace, Chief of Police Henry Lewis, Lieut. Bob Dysart, Ranger Captain Tom Hickman, Gen. A Rodolpho Casillas, General and Senora Jesus Jayme Quinones, together with the entire -group, of visiting Mexican army and civilian poloists; Cajt. Early Shaw, Capt. Ted Voight, Col. M. Breen, Mexico City; Maj. Bill Long, Capt. B. Newman, Capt. and Mrs. J. Hardy Neel, Mrs. Dorothy Griffin, Shreve-port; Mr. and Mrs. James Staley, Roy Schooler Cameron, Frank Weatherford, Mr. and Mrs. N. Edward Beck, Dr. J. McLean, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Nick Petta, Ben Keith, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ashe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Harrison, Otto Schubert, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Hudson, and Fenton Baker. CoL R. B. George, Judge and Mrs. Julius G. Reeder, E. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Himril, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Childers, Clarence Scharbauer, Claude Duffey, George Bi McCamey, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beyhan, Frank Farley, Mayor Altaian, Arlington, and the council chambers; Mr. and Mrs. John Collier, Jr., Jack Holl, Charles Cotten, CoL Charles Patterson, Gen. Louis Davidson, commanding officer, Texas National Guard, cavalry brigade; Harry Battlestein Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Freedman, John Davis, Mayor Oscar F. Holcombe, Houston; Brady Steele, R. Bruce Carter and B. F. Orr, Houston; also were among the big crowd. Dr. and Mrs. J. Alvis Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaziri, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker Williams, Dr. Joe White, Dr. Hodges McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Mrs. J. B. Googins, Dave Gpogins, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Edwards, Miss Betty Edwards; former city manager W. Edy, Dallas; Sheriff Smood Schmidt, United States Marshal L. R. "Red" Wright, Judge Bruce Young, Sheriff Carl Smith, Tarrant County; Cecil Lively, Babe Thomas and Tom Daly, Clarence Clarke, Charles Waring, San Angelo; Capt. John Smith, Robert Farish, Houston; Jack Caton, Houston; Dan Hudson, Houston; Pete Crespi, Dallas; Pearl Beckman, Velma Tomlin, Ruth Miller, Mr. A. B. ,Spain, Mrs. Bud Ellis, Mrs. Trav Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spruance, Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bob Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave OKeefe, Curtis Fishburn, Teil Fiorito, band leader; Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Pierce Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry, Miss Eleanor Goddard, Miss Marousia Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murray Doyle, O. Goodwin, with his mother; J. O. "Nick" Carter and others were visitors. Among those noted having made reserva- Ti tions and enjoying luncheon in the Texas" Jockey Clubs xlining rooms, terrace and mezzanine promenade were J. Belcher, Morris Berney, R. N. Ballew, W. F. Crawford, Carl B. Calloway, D. M. Craddock, H. C. Campbell, D. A. Coffey, Capt. Mike Day, Miss , Helen Hiett, Robert Lightfoot, Phil Reuter. Elwood Sachsenmaier, D. M. Mangold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maddux, J. B. OHara, Jack-Petty, Miss Margery Roberts, M. S. Reed, Austin; Raymond Russell, Alex Thomas, Sid Richardson, A. M. Rhodes, George Smith, W. A. Sniffen, Miss Sniffen, J. D. Sneed, Mrs. Sidney Smith, Roy B. Smith, F. St John, C. K. Taylor, Mrs. G. Treatman, Joe C. Thompson, John L. Young, J. Willard, Edward White, George Womack, S. Walter, and Orville Marland, Oklahoma; Ed. Shel-ton, Miss Margaret Duffey, Bill Mayfield, Frederick Patterson, Edward Collins, William Dunning, Mrs. Phil McCann, Mrs. Hilton Dabson, Jack McCrary, H. Locklear, Capt Ted Voight, and Capt. John Smith, United States army, Joe D. Evans, Houston.

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