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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW "YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. 9 BRILLIANT BEAUX-ARTS BALL INSPIRED BY UNQUENCHABLE SPIRIT OF FRANCE Two Thousand Tcl'sons in Cos ttimo at Historical Pageant and Dance. A rare and radiant company peopled (he crand ballroom ot the Hotel Astor last night. Itaymond ot Toulouse, returned from the crusade?, was enthroned In tho Court of lxve with tho Queen of Beauty by his side. For her troubadoura sang and magicians and astrologers performed ttitlr wondrous rites. Catherine de Medici bade the Due do Guise and tho Prince do Conde eheatho their quar relling swords, and they obeyed. The centuries marched along and with them appeared and disappeared Innumerable great figures of monarchical France, full blown with the breath of life. Among them from first to last wandered the Jester. At length, when tho revels faded and the Jester was wondering If this was the end of happiness. Beauty and Romance drew back a curtain and there was the Spirit of French Gayety triumphant ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. With Brocco and Demy ter Out of Race Crowd That Packs Garden Turns Attention to Other Favorites " 1 i - EIGHT TEAMS ARE . TIED IN MILEAGE Urocco Moots "With Accident That Forces Him to Quit the Grind. CHOWD JAMS TUB OAKDEX Allows Disapproval of Goullet by Hissing Him Whenever He Wins a Sprint. SCORE AT t O'CLOCK A, 51. (08T1! HOL'Il.) Tennis. Miles. Ijp. Onullet an. I Mucin 1110 I V.It und Madden 1.710 1 Cnhiirn and Knpvkjr 1,110 1 Iliisete anil Sprlwn 1.110 4 Ijint nnil Chapman 1,110 t Knlr and Mill 1,110 I (iodhler and an Nrrk 1,110 Iftipuy and llonley 1,110 I Ilelln and Mmlonii 1,110 I llowker and Honker 1,110 1 lljron and Markey 1,110 1 Leader. Hani?)-. Hernrd, 1 .01. mlle and t Inn, made bjr (inullett and (irenda In 11)11. With Brocco and Deruyter out of the contest the sprints for points In the six day bicycle race In Madison Square Har den last nlffht were the most spirited of the week. When Brocco quit early in the morning...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. SteWardsf the Jockey Club Keep Ban on Veteran Riders and Appoint New Judge to Succeed Peilengill 5 I' II BUTWELL REFUS A LICENSE TO R1W Yrlonin Jockey Placed Vndfl linn at Meeting1 of the Stowimls. i;v .irnoE APPOINTED r. II. rod enft'ill s JlPidacod h r. f'ornclilson loe llynie Kept on Ground. iiy uuMtY v. kims. ,1i ! i v nulwell, tlio veteran Jocliey. w ,a d.-nled a llceimo by tho stewards of tl-.i' Jockey Club yesterday afternoon In n mrctliiK Uold at tlio officii of the ,!,iUfV Clul), 18 Kast Forty-first street. II. i application waH laid on the tnhlu n. tie recommendation of the license ti n tee, Joo Byrne, Eddie Tnplln, C. ii s Mlns, 'Wllmcr Ward, Charles Corn ,iil Hufus Walcott nlBo wero denied li nises to ride. They liavo been undor tin' u.in for many months. li Travers, Michael Shocdy, Moso Wir.inma nnd Thomas Hodgo wero de nied trainers' licenses. It. I'uttcnRllI, the. aged turfman who lias been Judgo for many years, w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. 12 44- Why You Should Consider Underlying Railroad Bonds T)UMN(i recent years prac J tically no bonds of this typo lwvo been issued,-chiefly for the reason that most of the mortem nro closed. It to likewise rare that bonds of tho high-tfriule issues, owintf to their wide marcin of safety, nro disposed of by investors in this country. Low rato.i of cx change, however, aro bringing on the market, at very attrac tive price, mno of tho few bonds still held in Europe. We aro in a position to offer to in vestors from time to timo very choice underlying railroad bonds. Simply ask us to place your name on list No. 1G87 to receive offerings. SpencerTrask&Co. 25 Brond Street New York ALBANY liOSION CHICAGO Members Now York Stock Kgrlianno NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES, 1020. 1910. 1018. J?ay'fl snlOfl 1,426,403 UWU 373.003 ZB,IVO,..U I FINANCIAL NEWS X m r(AMMT7Mm Y?r to date 61.033,547 M.S0W Stocks Continue to Advnnco nnrt Finish Gene...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. 13 TAX EXEMPT ANNUITIES Age -15 Yield 64 Age 50 Yield 714 Age 55 Yield 8'4 Age GO Yield '912 1 r r 1 t Agcua iiciu Age 70 Yield 13i2 INCOME FOR LIFE (UARANTEEI) BY ONE OF TUF STRONGEST FINANCIAL 1NSTIW- TIO.XS IN TUF WOULD. I ' 1 .11 ul lvt.uK upon Ap. pliu'itiun. KOBERT A. SASSEEN, n . New York. LAYS HIS LOSS TO DOW-JONES ERROR .Inlllet Sues for $2,210.75 lie wuiscf of Wrong Iteporfc of Stock Dividend Hullnir. ROADS GAIN IN NET OPERATING REVENUE Figures of Larger Lines Up $37,923,815 in Year. coi'sim 1, 5HKI) TKST !Te.....-i 1 i j 1 iTiriiumii wecinros .miswiuc Due o Tii('X)licnl)l( .Menial AlxM'ralion. An net Inn to mover diiniHi;e of IS 31J.T,"i for I . itiai-Krt last Monday nfi the rcault of. nil 1 1, I Selected Securities 5 to 7 When Fi'lcctiiiK invest ment: choose bonds with principal and interest pay able in New York, Mon irt iil or London, having an international market, al .is nei!Otial)U'. Tl'py may solve your ox 1 liaii...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

mux I 14 4-f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. OILS ADVANCE IN OUTSIDE MARKET .Upward Trend Continues Be Small Jlcactlons Due to Profit Taking. spite T'adin; In curl) stocks was featured. jc'i relay bj sharp advanco In l!ie oilc J A'irr lrrBJlariiy I" the firtt hour an! & 'i.o j'!f..iml appeared for all Icailln: . ,. and before the cloe advaneen oi 1 to almost 10 polnt.1 were made. More t uttida buying vn raported and. ulihoucii there, wan connldcralile pro- Usslunal prei-mro near the eloie. which Mf) Mn T(,( ,,' iesult(.d in email reactions', me upward (rend continued and final prices Eq ually wire near the top. The mnrkc''s outstanding feature was i r rue f almost 10 polnta In General J"" inter H T a .i,.-iii l-'urti.er ,idvanc to new high i '" sJ..j C Itu-ls rc made In the Standard Oil j fStUi ,fnll a (nsrr l;roup. In whlcii gains oi more muu 9 I ,.n nt Itere mad. I'lk Hain touched a new high for this move, due W Prince fen t I! W Rand Mlii" 3) J IIM Warrio...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

1 v GASOLENE GOES DP h TO 320. A GALLON Corporations Haiso Price io Wholesalers Because of Short npo and Higher Costs. nilTHBR JUMP EXPEOTRD Crude- Oil Production Inadc (jimto to jrccEnonnous Dc niniiils of Motor Driven Cars. I .-.iru.- utemoblllnc, l&Wrf tmllrtj, air jl(ninR nna", In fact, every form of motor driven sport, n well ob commcr rill motor transportation, Is colng to bo Koro costly durlne tho comlne year than ever before. Jloth tho Standard Oil Company of New York nnil the slater .Nev Jersey corporation liavo Increased the ni.lcs.ilo price of Rasolcno two centa j sal .'n, the rlso In prlco being effective fron' ..ist Wednesday. T.i ugh nono of the IiIbIi authorities at IS Hi i.nlway Is willing to stake IiIb reputation by venturing n. personally re corded prophecy, It Is a fairly safe pre dlitiou that tho samo conditions which re iiuotrd thoro as basic reasons for tha pio iit Inerenso will cause prices for tho IneriNiMnRly precious "Juice"' to inount Hill higher befor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

lit 11 4 RESORTS, I.oiii; laliiml. r I It W K V. K Tor nun i.r two persons PrtflM w,, "inning lint Room m ltli prluilx b.iili, KH7..10 ir ilk. j-1 OTEL SHELBURNE f a I "rut of ii run Parkway HltllilllON REACH, N. V. r so m. notes from Ilroadwav; - Kit nt'.u, o I 0 r1 t r l lU'lif, spit'-. oils Vi-I.,ll. 1 ,-v t ', hit!' I ouv, II I'll o ,ti,d "iiifurt. Hrltn for IIo.il.lf I YV t'slcliriter. T B 1 unit-, irlt turns dall. I lly eon- I v, mi lint m the t'oiimry. Winter I i,,nk 1. rill Saildlohorso---Pally .mi n - - Dalit-wit. 1 1101 I I. liitvAi.vivN. , Lnwri-iu-o I'rk. Iiriinxillle. N. V : SSSSTXtEBt 1 New Vorl.. S1IAUUN SWINGS. N. Y. 1 Pavilion Hotel and Collage I OPtllS .llllie '.''i. Koldl-li oil application, j THE ANNEV Adjoining I he l'limuus White sulphur -qirlngs unit li.ltllltig I.'stub llshniflil, opens Aw II 1 1. .'. II HVIOi.NI'lt f- SoN. ! IV II CHA1U. tJi'ii'l Mgr. New .lerscy. PUDDING STONE II . r.ii I (. ' ' I - Ml'. I '," Ull tl ' I M C N J' llooi-ton. N Vtliinlli' ( I...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK . HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. 17 e V llnsliliiglnn Heights, Abort USIli Kl Vtt of Kill At. r.lMJKSIUH DiUVJ-J-HIX LAIIOR I KUIT IIOOMR, TWO DATIIS: rOHSWSHIO.V IMMEDIATBLYj $175 I Kit MONTH. 'I'HONK OltCllAHD Miscellaneous, mv I'd It APARTMENT In iiUMtcrn building ,, niy (irlnlirri sis rooms, three baths. Plana , , information WOOI.LI'.Y, WATKINH fc '' t( inc , t),i rifiu nr. Telephone rLMlSISUKIKUOOMS TO I.KT. . lloiiin. modern npartmrnt; Broadway s,ii.ny nnil bu; private faintly; $8. II, a., s in liprnlil, lli-ralil square, AUK At 91 t 1 . Attraction room, private l-upi" tor Indir Phono Lenox 70.16, MViltslt'i; IHIIVi:, near 127th t. Largo (iiiti'.IiiiI l-oilmom, modern ai.irtmc-nt, ttO . ekn business gentlemen. KOHl.EH REAL i. VI' (TIC orrit'i:, Wl Columbus nv. Phone ( nil. i ') o t i:t ery desirable, well furnished lied Hoi' with private bath, high clan apart i rni married oniiple nr gentlemen preferred: , rr'-nim Box 73C, 1777 Broadway, W ST. tin East ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 March 1920

ii i I iff r il; PERSONALS. rortl.IT 5f. (or n'rfnltlT', unlnftnn K VlWKliM iMtf. 33 We,t d '"fw. Wi-wiil he tdtmiicoHi lo Tii fall 1UTJr.lt L (-'P.. I) Htoada. Sew Wl. V ji - hi III haw hopea. Write. LOST AND FOUNIi. Al'TrtHOniU; SKl.KN. nr.wAnn, tli'lion 1010. r'iltr 0. ,47.".. t :n: i..-ene 4'i.TnS! ihl ' l tewi ifiwul, ii II wa loeled. It f"ir li II, f.th r. diI !KM t.i nl'n iwdiir ,lnlm A. II . 4ii. t.iim, 9I, -r nauiwr ,.'.,i' Hi-enM- ' Wi ill new mnd SHIM,; p""" n"f " of thlfrei i'III lie (flveo. i-mrajr I' n Uop"1. .15 Jnlm t.. N 0'k f.oc-Loit I'riilar nlrht. Enriun iierlnr to name i-umj. wi'"" r it sn.l Amtterrlam fir,.. Mill It CM". ., lit Wll iiiIk in'I tan; reward. Alexander, ' MRRRU. Itl'.WAUD nj rirton Uln InMr- ) I.. i. ullllll will lean to me ; i at p'roni, operu'lni or un uaaina; . i" r ion motor truiH. No. It. W"J1" will lea.l m tli Idmtltv oi .ICcn v,lnii1tt March '' h.'i'c'n T:Z0 a! M. anJ lo A M.. or of " ' of iDSrr ,euCTV-ii?,VrthVuVi i ..-led I'Mrr Eore i Stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Cloudy and coldtr to-day j strong north west winds; to-morrow fair. HlBhe.t ttmptrature yeerdw, 5Ji lot, ,8. D.I.IW ,.u, . J,, ,M ( A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HEKALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVir NO. 195-DAILY. $100,000,000 IN PLAN TO SOLVE RENT PROBLEM mi MTT.W VnPlT GArPTTPnAV 1T A TintT 1 0 100A . I I , f I TWnr.AIIGHT I British Miner. Demand f WILSON WJNTS (OcmrltMii. U. Hi T BtKtrtU Crfrttltm.) Entered i second claw matter, Pott once, New Torn, N, T. PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS, THREE CENTS ON TRAINS AND ELSEWirERR. riunncial, liealty and La hoi' Men to Join Mayor in Conference. lAltGE FUND PE03IISED 3fono,v Lenders Offer to Aid if Cooperation of Work ers Is Assured. PIIOMIXEXT MEN IX MOVE! Supreme Council Is Assailed by Poincare pARIS, March 12. Former President Poincnre, in his first ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

4-4 4- th onftnal VAX ti l woM.J?' aald ft nxtor Walah. m many ratlflca- tKn " th tKot. . . T?x prtwnt offerlne by Benitor Lwtt rrb.bly rtrrtMnU th last effort to ka tM rompromlMrp chance. If rati firatfon fa'U afur U1 mov- It Probably w (ill (or ood. In jrmlt n th r.e- fornuM to be pat forward the lie-p-.Ui.an ll" ft" that he J...rythlnc tMt could pojilbly be Mkl in the l.nti of fair chance tor ration. If h thi conctMlon the treaty filK It b beauie approximately SmI number, of upubljc. l.morat-rathtr more of the mil stvo tma.t adjust to either sta. Politician on Anxlou. Seat. Ullcal ioikp of the da y wm tta t poIW- .an are increai-incly anxious to keep tho treaty t unimportant in the cam rilrn an Miubto becauie of th now SE? Mr eb.net that the n. Tflrage axendmer.t will be 4optM Vfo" tii.'.n Thre Id ft Kneral belief ?.i he treaty l.me ha. taker, ia "row . eomen. and Democrat, thw will the Ttnuge with the . ' .1.. Mif hplleve the treat eond by RipuWIeani. but h e man ftctor l f l-ee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK. HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. 4- oat INDIANA'S POLL SHOWS WATSON 'AS FIRST CHOICE Sonntor Not a Candidate; llnnliiiff, Johnson and Low don the Only Entrants. 001) SBXTTMKNT STHOKG l.ilwnnls and Marshall Conies 1 n ii f s in Primaries on Dcnio crntic Side. INDIANA. i r.ifd States Senator James E, Wat ton of Indiana Is the first choice of the Kcpuhiicaiiii of thut Stato for tho Preal dnitial nomination, as Indicated by the roil of the county chairmen taken by Tun hi n and Nnw Yonit Herald. M,ijor-Gcn. Leonard Wood runs second tr Senator Watson In the returns re fHed In jplte of the fact that Senator Wat ion lias declared that ho Is not a can didate for the nomination and Ills name rnj not been entered for the prefercn t il prlmao- to be held on May 4, the xotes of the chairmen Indicate that he I- the popular favorite of tho organiza tion In Indiana. c,p Frank O. I.owdcn of Illinois, j-n nior Warren G. Harding of Ohio and .spnntir Hiram W. Johnson of Californi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

1 II in 8 1 44 500 SONS OF MAINE TOAST CENTENARY! Jlawiuet m Hotel A nor Mirk Aimhwary of tlif Pi"' Tiff 8ta. MANY XOTAHI.KS IMfKSK.VTj Gov. ,Milllk'ii Aiiiiotinn' piifrt.ioii of Bliiiiii IJoiik Kiei'iitlvc .Mnll'ioii. li-.i (in-! "' vr -"- ,M tUt fladgl. Maitse it of New u fc v. .he nortu bIlr Tir ": Miiti tn i" 7 Pm Tf W.e ? I .Wf tr.e D.t. Ur ' u,.r.. llarr'.ir.. lV.-J.Jr T ' ..r r it... Hoj.i. Ha. Umrt. a-lfT fai.t. V r!W JH'i Ar.1 .fwr I" tuoiai Sui i ri.n.( ,r full rr.te'l o' louire naa darrmg iiHtu" ,h 'h!bm eod of A j.rfcrt ilr- 1'ieiidiug as to.tin - Wiln n K J'ailifr, pfl'lB'. uf the -M.r- so ciety of New VoiW. lam l pie-' tab: were Carl K. Million, 'J&vetnorof ilr,e ir. r. pre.der.t o' he Heine wi' (if Xew Yoth Judf I- B Ka'e DoulI Wigg.i.. J-idge ' J in of t I niiMl Mtj H tii lr M 1 'r- il '''!' i., ni .i Yrt "n at mi..' ll '.! .111.1 I Oll CtHfl't r..rit ft ' wl"r I'iimroii"1 tl.t UUfr di J.-r.lr of JituM . Hlalnf : HudM.fi Maxim, tli K,v N-hral.) Eovi.lon Mr and M"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

RAND WILL PROBE , no Heroine's law Partner Named ns Adviser to Extraordinary ' ' Grand Jury, o ' WIDE INQUIRY PLANNED JiiveStigation Expected to In , elude Others Bcsldo Kilroc, Dooling and Smith. i William Kand, whose experience as n legal practitioner Includes a bit ns rolonel In tho Judpe Advocato-General's department during tho war. was ap pointed yestorday a Special Deputy Attorney-General for tho purposo of actlnc pi adviser to tho Extraordinary Grand .f'irv In Its further Investlsatlon of the A- inxs of three members of the official n aff of District Attorney Swarm. Tn tho words or Attorncy-Gonwal Carles D, Newton, vtlio announced Mr. T:.inil'B ncceptancs or the post, ho has Urn "placed In tho driver's ceat," and h- nnd the panel nro at liberty to bo at rhatcver merry gait they may choose. There was roiiio Intimation that this rait may lead tho Extraordinary Grand .Tury away from tho Criminal Court's r.tilldlns and to other quarters In nn tip town hotel. This Is dun to the, f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. MTW T',RK. SATURDAY. A ctCHl.!'. "nemmtand iuices. j Daily. ! it tpy Mr rw , ill, sad nwrin I arte cwr MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mr MH. lS-w " ..7.. .1 m ' daily k unimt..iii- fjyr fonDej jn tue matter or carrcnt tor IAH.T t.t.,i -w I To... . .1 i.iv ,.. tut IS lil'NDAY 4-7 Tin,. !ii!iduliiiin) .vt-. h. fhnnrht that It ?'ry il.L.y,M ter r I roiiEiov rate. run.- a scndat.'.ikm iirto J. ! i"'DATi-r aii ' fc-' Vs rs,',7ile'' u rnrwo Withe. rM.ti ! "7.? L'V..1',.:!t!; 13 PARM OrnCC J AVE.VTB we i LOPEKA. I&fwtiUen wtrtltr aTlaT ttjj fer tb Cisa Wltleo mr t obttsl ra th miin Nt TfH eSt. mt P"n tj nelMtTttT j et" ' 'd for r?3ttttUon of l , n.m dtii"-! rrtillvi O It f "fit A.l r(fH'. tf r?atIkUeo f jf our frir.Ji bu taTor o "HI; rlsu ni 1 .ar:r'm f piblleitlon tin ricln rusrtM they rami j la cm ttt4 'csj fr ht parj"4. MAIN n'-SIVFJS AVD EDITOP.IAI. OP-1 r'-ES A BROADWAT. TELEPHOSE. j Speaker Seet Kw)1nt to Ee a Little WUon. r.eoett event at AItsnf mate that ; nr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW- YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 192Q. 1 Southern Society Holds Reception for Gen. Pershing Mis Margaret Wilson Among: Those deceiving; the 8,00Q Guests. it, t) m 'nr. Sts ami Ncif Yotr Hunan, n AniiiNOTON, JIarch 12. Mies Mar- t ,-t Wilson was nmons Hioec recclv i n the reception given to-night by Southern Society of Washington for i , John .1. Pershing. Dr. Clarence- J. i.,, i,-, president of tho society, and nweiiH and tho Secretary of War a i Mil Baker .i1d received the guests. H' I Mr. Hubert li. Loo wan chairman .f n reception committee. ti. iii ballrooms of tho New Wlllanl ' m nejJ lor the event, which was tho 'argest and njngt brilliant ever given by the society. Tho company assembled numbeiett nearly 3,000 and Included tnn officiate and representatives of ih. Diplomatic Corps aa well as nearly t . entire Southern contingent resident n w asOilngton. Dancing wna a feature of i lie evening. A tiuffot supper vas nwd and Gen. Pershing made a brief a. ..! lie Joi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

McGraw Decides to Play Frisch at Third Base and to Start the Season With Doyle Covering, Second SQUASH CHAMPION pm AND FALLS HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS GIANTS' VEXATIOUS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT IN LONG BIKE GRIND f Giants Sliding for the Bag. PROBLEM SOLVED KcIIv Will Play First Jtosc, Doyle .Second and Frisch Third. FLETCHER AT SHORTSTOP yew Lineup Works Like a1 Chnrni in Game Which fle"iilars Win. fti'l i Tut S" T,c Hons. Sax A.vtok, Texas, warea Frank Friich will Pr third bw for tr-e Giants and Larry Doyle will start sijnt it Htoni. This solution or; V vexJr.g problem which has oett IZZZ'JZSZ'SX of'tal thin afternoon when the regulars UfraiH 'h re"rj!t by a .-tare of c : J tn '. flrt r'r !in' garr In whir!-. . two d:lefor- eve enraged her. McOmw l.rd :p Sis regular mnew T.h ;rg K oi S-rst '. Py.e - t wcond. nv'w sfcort and Frisch ' third KKt-:."r 5w Ven working at IJUt bo Far TllCrC IS NothlHgt s-wt in tr bt-rg drills. Vit not un'.:: ; -.. fterwi has In taka part In. jn TllCm h.CCJ)...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

& Football Rules Committee Meets to Consider Radical Changes in the Playing Rules of the Game THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAM), SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. HOW NUMBER OF PLAYS MY IN GRIDIRON GAME Pni'ko H. Davis Gives Sta tistics to Prove Wide ' Differences. CONDITIONS TO DECIDE i . i Weather, Stylo of Attack nnd Speed of .Rofc'rco Arc Factors. Ilr I'AHKH K. DAVIS. A matter tlmt carao up yesterday be fore tlio Intercollefi-lato Football nules Commltteo nnd which is particularly In teresting to tho general football public n tho proposition of Harry It. Coffin cf ihe 'tHs.i of 1894 of Harvard Unlver niv, who suggested that a football came fiull consist of four period each period limited to forty plays, and not as liereto fnrn of four period, each divided Into fifteen minutes of playing time. Mr. rnitin han nought to Justify his susces i ion by nsscttltig that under tho yescnt sstem of four Alteon minute periods Z Jr ,w ? , E , , that hae been ahead in tho score are Hiero has been a decid...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

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Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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