Foreign News Notes, Aug. 11, 1924

Major E. D. Metcalfe, a temporary equerry to the Prince of Wales, arrived in Manhattan to make arrangements for the Prince's visit to the U. S. at the end of this month. Said he: "His Royal Highness is one of the best men to hounds in England. When you consider that he hunts three times a week and rides as hard as he does, it is surprising he doesn't have more falls. If he weren't the Prince of Wales his falls would not be mentioned as anything extraordinary. I train all the Prince's horses....

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