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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND iw YUUv Hiu ID, bL)iLA, hLLCbl 14, 1920. 15 Independent Art . Show Teaches a Moral Lesson rippnnt Aro Chocked by Jan nncso Taintcr's "Work Called "Hell.", The pictures aro .hung alphabetically t the Independent Art Exhibition, on tne roof of the Hotel Waldorf, and are placed In a winding labyrinth of alcoves. Isltors begin (dutifully with, the "A'a." f.nd before they have learned their "D's" hnd "Ca" they have) been confronted with so many wondera In tho way of ( ublsm nnd In tho way of new nudes n tides this year, It seems, ar Inclined to extreme stoutness that only the most eorious thinkers can hold out against tho prevailing' hilarity. Hut nrogresslns through the alcoves the laughers and the light minded are suddenly chilled and the marrow is fro zen In their hones, and this by & picture, r IllUlUi JJ.Ultt..., ...W (UUUb bvuiwuviim ma whole iliowl It is a work called ' Hell," and It Is, there cn 1 bo no doubt of that. It Is by KcecM Tamazoe, a Japanese, and tho sp...

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

16 THE SUtf AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920, HOOVER BACKS SIS ! ON FOOD SCARCITY .Tells Senators of Monaco to , Allies, but. Avoids Plac ing JHnmc. ADMITS PERIL TO , CAUSE Kays Germans Might Have , Won by Cutting Off Sup plies With U-Boats., Boec'ol l Tni Sun w New obic IImam). Washington, March 13. Presenta tion of further charges by near Admiral films, alleKlnB that the European war 'was prolonged by failure on the part of i Secretary Daniels to cooperate properly In the alllcJ naval policy, was Inter rupte;! to-day when Herbert Hoover took the stand before the sub-committee of the Senate Naval Committee to explain tjle allied food situation in the early part of 1917. Ills testimony was taken nt the ?u& cestlon of Aclmlr&J Sims, who osscrted ' tut Mr. Hoover would substantiate his charges that enormous losses of rtlllod shipping through German submarine at tacks almost brought a German victory nnd Hint these losses, Involving food and var supplies, were due to ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

-It THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. 17 DAVID JAYNE HILL ARRAIGNS WILSON I, Declares President's Attitude Toward Treaty Is Opposed to Constitution. SENATE'S ADVICE 1GNOKED Futile to Refer the Question to "a Great and Solemn ltcfcrcndnm." T)r David Jayne Hill, fo.tijierly Am- bassador to Germany! ns the principal tjwalwr yesterday at the- Saturday non ijartlH.in discussion of tho National He publican Club, delivered a masterly ar iwiirnmcnt of President Wllson'H uiicoiv f ltutlonal attltudo toward the iienco treaty nnd the covenant of the League of Nations, and showed how futile It would be to refer the whole mattor to what the President has called "a Kreat nnd Folemn referendum" In connection with the national election next autumn. Ladles' day brought out ono of the largest attendances that have been drawn to theso club luncheons. The 'heme was "Hack to tho Republic and Itspresentatlvc Government." "In frrtmlnc tho Constitution of the T'nued States," said Dr. Hil...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

1 II' i V hi li 5 U.S. TO (JET HAMBURG i LINE'S SHIP ROUTES J'lan for American Compiiics o Talio Tlicm Over Is Uc ' iiiff Trepnrcd. PitOrOSAL IS APPROVED Scnato Commerce Commit tec Takes Favorable- Action Af ' tor Executive Session. By tn Amoclaltt Vitts. Washington', Mimli 13. A plan un ilir which American steamship com jmnleB would take over nml operato with American ships tlio sixty vro-war world Irada ioute3 of tlio ilombme-Amcrlcnn Line Is boinff worked out by tho Ship lnc Board, subject, It la understood, to the approval of tho German company. Tho proposal wan approved to-day by tho Senato Commerco Commlttoe, 10 to 4, after Chairman l'.iyno had explained It In executive) wision. Thorn was an Apparent difference of opinion iiinonif committee members as to tho exact plans of tho board, but both Senator Jones (Wash.), chairman of tho committee, ntid Mr. l'ayno in a jmbsei.uent state ment ald tho bo.ml would not be n jiarty to the proposed arrangement!) with the HamburB-Atnerlciin...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

RECORDS FALL AT ; A. A. D. TITLE MEET Cornell ITurdlcr Smashes tlio World's Mark in the 70 Yards Contest. The thirtieth annunl Indoor clium I'lonshlp ot the A. A. V. took plnce Inst ulsht In the Twenty-second ReRlmont Ainiory, and tho fixture was marked by nil tho striking features of a successful track and field meet. The only drawback was the weather, nnd still despite the howling blizzard the building was packed. Thoso who came early were well re paid for their promptness by having tho satisfaction of seeing tho worl'd'H record equalled In tho 60 yard run. The au thor of the feat was Lorcn Murchlson, fit tho New York A. C who stepped the dlstanco In tho fast time of 6 2-5 rconds. These figures equal tho world's best mark and about a score of others and Kolng back to the days of Lon Myers, forty years ago. Tho blond haired filer from tho Mercury Foot won bv a scant yard from Harold Lever of tho Vnlverslty of Pennsylvania. Jole Ray furnished the thrills In tho 000 yard run by winni...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND FEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH H1920, i I 1 1 I It $ I f i SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 23 SHIPS f Steamships bound .west SlIOWrt-BY EVEfr NUMbERSi STEAMSHIPS BOUND EAST SHQWH BY ODD NUMBERS. QUEBEC MONTREAL --giDAMIOTUKU Spring1 Ttush On in Earnest and Many More Heady to Travel. 1 - The sun will have cro?aeil tlic line before u largo part of tho twenty-thrco liners bIiowm on the chart have reached their destinations, usherlnfr In. by oal tndar at least, tho vernal season and probably plcasanler weather at pea. AlthouKh Mrlrie Is six daya away, the rush to Kuropc has becun In earnest, bvnry one of the tlfteen phlps bound east havliiK cabins filled chlelly wltli Amer ican tourls'a and representatives of bust . ncss houses. Only a scarcity of ships holds back a multitude that is anxious to fro abroad. The populace afloat, east and west bowui, will not lack for news of the world ashore, as tho United States Naval Communication Service, through an arrangement wi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

TIES UP 22 SHIPS -All the Coastwise Vessels From New York Arc Held Up.' SHIPPIMNEWS. Coi)J(iiued from Preceding Page. StTothflllan (Ur), I.'uw. Manclifitci-0 uiur., fltm V. CL'ftoIA 'iP-Oiinnnt Hrnmhlr Co, xvHfi '?rt Jttelton Hri. ItepmiU .Auckland, llmiton, Acs Tunc i. Kdre At iW MUX DEMAND ,?1 AN HOUJt Employers Willing to Compro mise Unions Threaten to prencl Walkout. Sp Coastwise shipping In the I'ort-of New York wua stoppeil yesterday by n strlko or 7,000 longshoremen. TwcnljMwo ships wero iieid nt tholr piers. The Old Uo minion, Mnllory, Clyde, Savannah, Mor can and Fall Kiver lines are tied un. Tho International Longshoremen's As- foclatlon is mit for U an hour and J: overtime. After a strlko six months ago tho men won a wngo pcnlc of (3 ccnta, with 11.50 overtime, Friday night l.y unanimous vote they decided to strlko again. All was quiet nlong tho pier tied up v Hie strike. Tho rain and later the enow Kept the men from withering on the streets and tho steamship companies Mn...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

XXyfa i Altractiern Are PHtQot-Srric "FJp,)nfnr nn Other Side, Please." All Gone! Store hours ,9 to 5:30 The elmhn cn the 34th Stmt ilit of Ah MUlnf b not up h 'J The elttatart en the 35th Strut tide eni In Ihi tear, homer, ictll accommodate ell pat- ttntttt ulthlnt htaat far at the elthth floor, Betxttn II A. M. and 2:30 P. M. en exprm eletatar on the MJ&jffi,l ttop, Utattn the Main Floor and Re,taurant. WHAT COULD BE MORE SIMPLE? Store hours 9 to 5:30 Tklt JittppoMlnt ultimatum may h etoliti at eur PUBLIC SERVICE BUREAU uhere M teati for many ItaJlnt eltractlont man ht had AT BOX OFFICE PRICES Scah en tale up to 5:30 for itenlnt performances and up to I P. M.for mtlintu. i30fyit Main Flaw Balcony, 31th StmCSS , Herald 34th te 55th St. Easter Showing of New Modes in Women's Froas nn Square bBW, The New Blouses Georgette blouses with two-tone pastel ribbons. NEW and becoming effects in "V" shaped, round or oval necks, with short sleeves make these blouses most desirable for suit...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

Ire SECOND NEWS SECTION EIGHT PAGES. Late News Editorial Financial AND THE NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920 comw,i, ovntsun.iie,ii cotton. U.S. FINANCIAL AID TO EUROPE DEEMED VITAL Frederick Gootleiiougli, .British Banker, Discusses Kconwnic Situation. POINCARE SAYS if : 1 , Noske's Men on Guard in Berlin Before Revolution. FRENCH LAW TO COMPEL LABOR TO ARBITRATE , , Government Measure Strips Unions of Every Weapon of Defence. GERMANY MUST V , I GERMAN PLOTS DIVIDE ALLIES Treaty, Jle Contends, Be comes Scrap of Taper Through Intrigue. .DISARM FIRST, SAYS LEFEVRE French Minister of War Re plies to Wilson's riitirgp. of Imperialism. COOPERATION IS NEEDED America Has Too Much at Stake to Withdraw Easily, He. Asserts. M'flal Cable Denpalch to The Run and New YniiK Hkiui.o Copyright. 1JJ0. by Tilt: Si'X ivn Nr.w Vomt Ilr.RAir, Lonpon, March 13. One more of nnglnnd's greatest bankers to-day n(ldeil his opinion to tlmt of other financial leaders previously quoted In Tiir Sr...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

O iTO OFFER EGYPT HOME RULE IN 1 MILNER PLAN Mission About to .Itcturn ! From Cairo With Scheme ' for Autonomy. BRITAIN TO KEEP CANAL Expect Thus to Offset Xntion i alisl Asritation in Favor of Bolshevism. Bprtial ruble Dopntch to Tin 8c aD Nsw Yomc HeiiO.ii. CopyrioM. 120, b'j Tur. Scs inp Niw YnK llHAtn. 1 Cairo, March J 3. With the near ap t..i, i.or,i Miinor'M mlRslon leav- JJiVl&V,4 mwi" ........ inff for London, after gathering a moss of evidence regarding Egypt's Government, her wishes and needs, f tho correspondent of Tub Hvs and. New York Herald was furnished with an authoritative outline of tho new Egyptian Homo Rule measure which Lord Milncr is expected to urge I'ar llamont to enact. Lord Milner, It waR said, will recom mend that the protectorate over Egypt ho abolished and that she be accorded a full measure of autonomy, with cer tain ministries, such as education, Agriculture and the interior, to be handled entirely by Egyptians, while England will retain control of...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

TFT ilk! SUN AND NEW ojIv .(ALU' M, .S-0. a 'DEAD SISTER' TALKS TU fllKS. DH KOVEN A't'w Hook Out, by Jlusiciaif s , Willow, Shows llelicf in Messages From Unseen. UUVHEI) I5Y 1)H. HYSLOI Mme Iigolistie Snobs Exist in Kllier Spirits Switched s by Teleithone Central. ,. -mik" which Mrs. Reginald do ; wi bHeven were received by lu-r ti i.i spirits of her relatives ami f ul- iiimI nre proof of cplrlt eom tn Mi.'.itliiii arc recorded In her book. Clnuil of Wltnwep." published Inet v . K by I) I I union & Co. They ttlve ii i than the customary Information n. to iow (Ample live and what they c! i "ti the "other Fide." ' i r.- Is an Introduetlon by nr. James 11 1 1 slop of the American Society for I -m 'i.ilosloal Research. Ho vouches f 'lie motives and sincerity of the v ! a::d says that Mrs. Vernon, itv Ii j tii of most of ttic revelations. Is ifo of n New York business man v 'h nit taint of professionalism and v ik her services without payment f I is an effort of love. Mi- de Koven ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

"mI? c? 1 n??!3yjnn THE SU AisU IvivK ii, D bl 1 i T20. it-- AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED JB33.1633. KICW YOUIC. SUNDAY. MAltCH U. WO. "TUB Hl'S-HBKAI-D CORroKATIoS, Frank A. Munaey, IT"'?1;.. vin Wardman. Vice-president: w m. T. Vw'id'nV and Tr.a.urer; ' " MJHMTAXI) ritlLT.S. Dally, two rents u ropy In New York rill Miliiirt.. an.! Hire MAIL Kl'nSCKllTlON lUTRS. rt of Mississippi Itlter: One SI J 0n t Vi . v si'nda Y . . n oo " .o i qn DAILY only.. p m) 4 Ml 4.00 '.' 2.1 .4" 11.00 3 kiiN'nAY only UNDAY only, Canada For nil points of the ill"'"'""' niver add M car "r a," ur Sunday editions. kohihon hates. TiAtrY A SUNDAY .S2R.00 13an 12.40 DAILY only.. . . . . . . 1.'J2 '"! SUNDAY onl ' 'I1- . fv All cherkn. nmne ' orders. Ac . to be .made payable to The Sun-Herald, European trillion. uhllshed In rrl every day In the year. Price in Paris 25 centimes, dlly and '"rims ornci:. n avenue de IVOPEKA. . , . , Information concerning advertising rates for tho European Edition may be obta...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORIv HERALD, SUN.LVV STARCU 1.4, 1920. CURB HAS ACTIVE -TWO HOUR SESSION Miirliol Is Featured by Heavy lSiiying of Standard Oil v4 Snnur flnu. TV market for curb Marco was fca. ttunl ly further heavy buying or titand aid oil Ismes. Tho buylni; movomout suited eiMiii alter tho opening and con ii.imI throughout tho short hcmmIoii. 'i'.iri'l.ir.l of New Jersey vim tho muln i if rising about SO itolnts to u. i , high mid at tho top Hlioweil n gain , f o than ltlO points slnoo the decl i i the stock dividend case. Other i s of tho group moved up also. ,miv .ming of l'rulrlc Oil itnd Qua was ,ii ul.tily heavy. 1 1 . iet of tho iiutrkct dlpplayed n. , li ra'jlo activity for a two hour scsi'Mi and, although a- few weak spots wi '. found, tho geuor'U trend was up I denernl Amihnlt sold a point or t.i huner and strongth was shown In Swwns Dominion and Submarlno Bout, Honda vvero slightly higher. Total salea and rango of prlceo fol- iHE LOCAL BANK STATEMENTS Avorago Figures fo...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY MARCH 14, 1920. Munds Rogers & Stackpolc Stocks Bonds Cotton G r a, i n Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 Vandcrbilt Ave. Foreign Exchange, Securities & Currency Sptcial Analytical Circular upon request. E. W. Wagner & Co. Uthtd 1! r.v y. .J .v. r. Chteat 33 New Street Zd) New York ( 14 Ka I 10; ir V '.'OCoi JfjIaUlanei 1SS7, Chicago Stock KicSangt Member ( -v' Corion has Chicago Ajard 0 frail f 14 Kait 44Ih St. ! s.m st ! Court St.. BUu. Miller & 60. .Members NeYirk Slock Exchdnce.' Securities Bought for In vestment or Carried on Conservative Margin, 120 BROADWAY Ersr.ch. Offices 212 FIFTH AVENUE LONGACRE BUILDING N E.C01 42nl 5T iHJROAtJuAV NEWYDRtC Investment Securities R.C.Megargel&Co. 27Pine Street-NeVfciK fJELLWlG&REUTTER Mtmlen ojNeu York Slick Exehantt INVESTMENT SECURITIES 25 Eroad Street, New York Telephone BroaJ 6230 FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MA;RCH .14, J920. 1 German Bonds Wc offer, subject to previous sale, the fol lowing German Munici pal Bonds: Nuremberg Eerlin Stuttgart Munich . Hamburg Leipzig Dresden Eremcn Darmstadt ,uul other civics. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4.'-2 4X Quotations and booklet sent on request. Drafts issued on every country in Europe. Foreign bank notes. C.B. Richard & Co. '. 'nlilmheil 1 s 17 Ti Broadway, New Yorlt 1 1 I I I'lIONi: WHITEHALL 500 7.57 Return On Safe Conservative Preferred Stock C in: any established 45 years I in. "..: lie times dividend re 1, un ucn'.s. Handles product which is daily I I u'in' y. fc'..irds about this security pl,u it in practically the same rvv 11 as .1 mortgage bond - ac. S"t"- sinking fund require ment Price $92.50 and accrued dividend Yielding about 7.57 Circular on Rtqucsl. Scott & Stump Members Consolidated Stock I Milliliter nf New York Imestment Securities MTCI U.IS1S IN 4IDD 1.41 IS Mock Exchange Building pun. uir.i pin v. P...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

I E J' . a. if 1' ! THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. I I 1 if t ELECTRICIANS MEET IN ATLANTIC CITY Now Inventions to Simplify Every Day Problems Arc Soujrltl by Exports. BUILDING W IIOAHDWALK Jorsov Hosort Vast, hissing Cliieairo as Con vent ion IMaoc for Westerners. Bprriil li Tin; Sin ami Ni.w VcniK Hkhai.h. Atlantic Citv, March 13. Many ex pert cK'trU'limn from tlio Wot iire hero following the conference of repre bcntatlvps of ono of tho country'." leail lug electrical concerns. Ah Mated In Tun Si .v and New Yoiik Herald this conference M)U(,'lit to determine plans Undine to expdlltc new electrical In entions to meet present day problems, especially In the' home. Several of the conferees believe that as a result of the meeting certain labor saltit? devices will be exolved In order to make house work less laliorlous to the Inexperienced matrons of the nation who have to fall hack largely on their own resources In view of the dearth of domestics. The conference ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

IT J -uS'.-. PUNT OUT IS ELIMINATED IN GRIDIRON GAME llndicnl Change Makes Ex tra Point Easier After a Touchdown. COPE FOR TlfE TR0 Jfpw Kulo to Protect the For ward l'nssci' Minor Changes. Tho Intereolteglato Football Utiles rnnunlttoo concluded Its session nt the. 11 tol Biltmoro yesterday, and ono of the most Important of the many changes imposed was tho elimination of tho punt out after tho touchdown. In the game ti"t fall it practically W.U1. mean a tally (if seven points for every touchdown, for i!vo will bo very little to hinder tho making of tho fxtra point following the coring of a touchdown. Tho interpretation of tho new clause n'lows the sldo maklpg.tho touchdown to -jlaro tho ball anywhere in front of the goal posts. Kven should tho touchdown ho made at tho angle of the Bidellno tho (.poring sldo is at liberty to bring the kill right In front of tho goal posts and p'neo it at any distance near or far for tho frco kick. It was decided that the touchdown scpro should Tcmal...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

lightweight Boxing Class GLENEAGLEti A NEW iOLF WONDERLAND Course Amonpr Scottish Hills to Have 883,000 Open Tour ney Next Month. AMKItlCANS MAY COMI'HTK Inen Will Kind Opportunity to Make Ac(iiaintnce Witli Heather and Whin. lly KKIIK N. I'KTHIi:. oiencaRlo: That Is tho name tliat conifa icndlly to tho toncuo tip of many Kolfprs Sn (lie I'ultol States those days. It Is thn latest links sensation In the lenlm of coif, nnil although It lies far. fur away nmonK tho hills and heather of Konnle Seotinml, one notes that In the nllHitei'iHh nolo chatter It Pw;i takes prevalence of St. George's Hill and Poal. uhcie the Ilrltudi open oluinplim.slilp li to ho Htaed. In a country where the royal ami ancient trama has been developed by Krailtial stages from the shinny stick period of the Khepherd lad, through tho re.siKHitlve eras of the feather hall, Riitta anil rubber core. aiene.iRlea has made Its bow In manner distinctly American. It has rome Into the HmollRht without any ajiology for beln...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

3 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, , 1920, i Impression Grows Among Fans That McGrau) Has Batteries Strong Enough to Make Great Drive for Pennanj M'GRAW MAY FOOL GIANTS' CRITICS Has JJeon Quietly Kccruitiiif,' , or the JMg Championship Drive of 1920. THEY DON'T DARE TO PASS BABE RUTH Young Baseball Players Who Are Learning Fine Points of the Game at San Antonio Under McGraw. ..TEAM THAN EVER Times When Managers of Home Teams Are Swayed by Attitude of Crowd. Hobbie PriMlit is His Nino Will He Fifrhtlnj? It Out for ' Pennant.' (;))!) HATTERY MATERIAL NEW CHOP OF HAYEKS BEST INFIELD SINCE 1010 Jlnnntfor Cim Depend on Five , Supei'l) t'ntclicrs and Five Sturdy Pitchers. Wilbert Robinson Says It Will be Along in a Year or Two Gossip. Pitcliiiifr Cannot He Surpassed and Catching Has Hccn 1 Greatly Strengthened. II y I1AN1EL. Fn to Tub Sun and New Youk lli:nui. Sav Antonio, Tcx., March 13. Critics In nnd outside of the cnmi) of the Hunts may And fault with tho general r' gnme...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

IBB ' A ft THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. The Trout Fishing Season Opens in New York on April 3NeWs, Views and Gossip of the Kennel World It' TROUT FISHING TWO WEEKS OFF Ojicn Spiimuis Limit mid fn fell in New .Enirluml and Mid dip States. HINTS OX SETT1XO HOOK Flack Line Must Never He Given I'nloss Desired to Give Fish Liberty. II) IHCIXU'S. Troutlng begins Iti Maine as soon as Hie Ico is out ami In other New England State as follow: April 1, Now Hamp Milro and Connecticut; April Rhode Island: April 15. Vermont itml Massa chusetts. In the Middle States the open dates are: April 1, New Je rtcy ; April 3, New Y.rk; April 15. Pennsylvania. In all States except New Hampshire, tho legal length Is 0 Inches; In N w Hampshire, 5 Inches. The pound limit, (.perilled t.y Individual States, Include: 10 pounds, New Hampshire and New York; lj pounds. Maine: 3 pounds, Ver mont The number limit follows: Maine. IS ; New Hampshire, 8 : Massachusetts. 25; Connecticut, SO: Now Je...

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