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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

i&W sgg& .gun WEATHER FORECAST. ' Snow or rain to-day ; to-morrow, unset tled; fresh northeast winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 49; lowest, 33. Detailed weather report! will bo found on the editorial Page. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND BUDUnBS. VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 157 DAILY. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, .'.SfW.fXSw to, n. THREE CENTS ON TnAINB AND ELSEWHEIWl T. HAYS SPURRING LEADERS TO ACT SOON ON TREATY .National Chairman Goes to AVnsliinton to Advise Quick Ratification. COXFKliKXCES TO-DAY Expects Cr. 0. P. Senators to Art nu Crisis Created by (irey's Letter. I S1I.EXCK AT WHITE HOUSE Kin? S s Lodge Programme Willi Slight .Modifications Will 15c Successful. facial f'upafh to The Sum and Niw Tobk ItCH'.D Waphivitmn. Feb. 3. A crisis has tin ri-....

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THESUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. Incidents exactly aa oho had testified at a mooting: yesterday In tho Prince George- Hotol, New York, -with Samuel Uercer and another man, whoso name ehe could not remember, but who, eho ( thought, wna Mr. Hrody. Later it was nhown to have been Martin Conboy, Both men nro counsel for tho Statp. ! "Why did you ko thero?" Mr. Sted- man ankod. "For tho purpose of testifying, neninst Mr. Solomon," MlfSa Chlvcra answered. "At whose reijupst?" "Well, In Rnswer to a letter I wrote to Hpeakcr Swcot." "Why did you wrlto to Speaker 6woct7" "Bccnuso I think It was tho duty of nny American to tnko Oio stand ngalnft ono who has committed trea son akalnst his country." During the spring and summer of 1917. (ho wltnesn said. It was her cub- torn to go across tho street to the . Socialist meetings. At that time sho , wild, sho was seventeen years of ago. , Later sho corrected her original state mcnt by saying sho was now nearly eighteen, Mr....

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN -AND1 IftEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. . V ALLIES FROWN OH KING IN HUNGARY Decision That tlio Ilnps fcirgs Will Not Bo Tolerated Ilcnssurcs Smnll Nafions. STOrS UK ACTION ANY MOVE jludnpcst In tended to Unvo Arclululio Joseph Designated Kinp l)y Xntionnl Assembly. (stint tnMt Dnpatch to Tnn 8cn ind Saw YniK tlllAMt, foiyrtjM. 'M' rotnt.1, TariSi Kb. 3. Self-rtetermlmtlon for Iljnuary lierenfter will bo limited re tards hr choice of rulers. An ofllclal pjnmun!(iiic from tlio Council of Am fciiwdors declared that the restoration cf the HaiwburR dyimsty neither would M recoKnlzpil nor tolerated by the prin cipal nllifd rower. The Ambansartnn' declaration In In tfr.dft not only for Hungarian consump tion, but in deemed ntcenpnry as well In order to renssure tho small nations pur roundins the Mapryarn. Cwlio-Slov.-ililn, jjuroania. Jutjo-Slavln, Austria mid Po land all wcro exhibiting s'ns of dl! milrtude and concern over the Krowlnjr nieinarclilrt movement In Hung...

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

THE 'SUN rAND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY '4, 1920. I SHORE DUTY BIASSED ' SIMS; SAYS DANIELS K Continued from Vint rape. tnrndatlonR for officers and men In the Armed Guard Service," Sir. Daniels be can. "Only six lull been recommended to me, If llils bad noj been done by tlie , Secretary of the .Navy the mandate of Conarem would liave been Ignored and pome of the bravest yoljnff men In tho i world war would havo none unrewarded. "Upon furlher oxnmtnntlon I wan as tonished tit llnd that only 119 enllnted men out of the fiOO.OOO In flie navy dur I n a thu war were recommended for any lilch honor. I kuvo orderH again to the bureau of navigation to make further tudy and give me a list of these splen- t did men who without naval title or com mand hud reflected ulory upon the navy, i As a result of this very limited study, pot yet complete, for there aro other .heroes In blue Just as brave, thlrteon en listed men who wpm awarded thu Dl- tingulahrd Servlco Medal and sixty-eight ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN. AND NEW., YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY , 4, 19.2Q, Hofmann ghes a recital al Carnegie Hall on Su nday afternoon, February 8th HOFMANN us r""&-ir A -xv twx. ...... i s f iajn u To th6 President of the Aeolian Company Myjdear Mrfflremaine: 7 1 am sending you, by MrJSchaad, the first of my completed Due Art Rolls. The moling of these rolls has required hard and painstaing wor and I have spent many hours on each different composition, but I am quite confident you will agree with me that the results justify all the effort made. These rolls correctly reproduce my phrasing accent, ped' ' aling and, what is more, they are endowed with my personality. Yes, incredible as it may seem, I have succeeded in actually embodying in , these rolls that subtle something, which, for want of a better term, we call personality. They are indeed my actual interpretation with all that implies. As you know, before I entered into an agreement to play exclusively for the Duo'Art, I made a very ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

HAMILTON ADD WIFE AT THE YAHDERBILT Morgan's Grandson and Bride Expect to Leave for Vffiit to Franco Within Wccfo. Laurens Morffun Hnmllton, Rrnndson of yie Into J. V. Morsan, nnrt his wife, formerly Mm, (lertrudo Wnrrcn, whom ho married a fortnight nRo, have been Jiving quietly nt th Hotel Vnnderbllt slnco Inst Friday. The Vnnderbllt. nt mrk avenue anil Thirty-fourth Htrcet, Is only ft little more than two blocks from the realdence of ..ir. Jlnmllton's parents, lrf and Mrs. William l'lcrson Hamilton, ivho llvo nt No. 32 Knit Thirty-sixth treot. Because of what has been Bald to be n misapprehension on the part of the parents as to tho Identity of Sirs, War ren, they objected to the marriage. Iaurcns Hamilton, who Is nineteen years old, and Mrs. Warren then w.ent to Boston. They wcro married In Now Hampshire, Four days ngo they "dis appeared." It was alternately rumored that they had ono abroad nnd that they had cono West tp scttlo down and nwalt tho forgiveness of Mr. an'd Mrs. TV n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

i 'J 1 . k- i, i . .'. i ' '"?Hr ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 192Q. 4, Set up on the counter I- 100 manufacturers use new patented container to speed up sales Container which is also an ingenious counter display box NLY the favored few among the many U products can occupy the positions which command the attention of pur chasers at the counter. The country's most progressive manufac turers are now enjoying preference in display, because they are using for their products the new Tinsley display container. The Tinsley, on its arrival in the dealer's hands, seems but an ordinary container with its cakes of soap or packages of gum or what ever its contents inside just as compact, just as simple, taking up no more room. But its cover makes it a very ingenious device. The dealer, by the mere act of open ing it, transforms it into a remarkable display box. In its new form it still takes up no more ' room than the ordinary box. For the manufacturer it does away with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 8 .i a! it tint) A Jo ot 1 Jo -ml it ..Q dift UK: JAPAN'S Industrial Growth FjufelffG THE War Japan's industrial capacity was expanded by the addition of more than 14,000 new enterprises compriiing every branch of industry. During the first six months of 1919 alone more than $600,000,000 in new capital was invested in Japanese industry. The Industrial growth of Japan Is second only to thnt of the United States, and. due to natural limitations, is dependent to o large degree upon tuppUcu furnished by American industry. By utilizing the facilities nffcrdel by this corporation, with branches at Yokohama and Tokio, American manufacturers will Greatly augment their ability to do business with Japan. Other Branches SHANGHAI. China SEATTLE PARIS, Franco SAN FRANCISCO OFFICERS Charles A. HolcW President T. Fred Aepcion, Vice-President .Et BMaplw&etAr&Pwy.& Treasurer ' 56 Wall Street, New York Pall' l 'r Cnttal and Surtilu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. . . - - 44 EXPECT BRITAIN TO RECOGNIZE SOVIETS Official Qunrters in Paris Be lieve Lloyd George Has lloaclicd Agreement. jlKPS AIJAXDOX THREATS Cooperative Soeieffrs' Apenis in Paris AVill Lcnvo Soon for Russia. ' t lutftxtih to Tiic Sex aSp Niw yKK Hnuu. ',,vr,".f !!C. all rloktt rtttrrtA. p. i Kt 3 The slrmlnR of r ponce trri mufni Knhonla and the Soviet a vn.'it of Kuetla, announced yes-,-! fr'.'Ti Moscow, coupled" with as (i. ,S r,,m soviet officials that the ,' ii.c- "' pocxls nnd machinery from , ,, ,. (i omintries for-Russian ffraln T " ;. facilitated, has strengthened f . . :)i t'HIef In official quarters here t I'f-Tie- Lloyd (Jeorpe'B plan, for f.. ' r.c r.um Is bared on an agreement tn p au.i f"U-tUm as toon an Rub- nal -undltlon warrants such ac- (p- rf .-arded as t-isnlncant that the k '..nc .-.bandoned their blustering - . smk chips of the Allies entcr . -n.n porta and suddenly have be I ji in their praise of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 44- it , '"in nr n lA.t n i- Kif!ljj!lfMii SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD I : HEDLEY FIGHTS HYLAN'S QUEST INTO HISINCOME Iiiterborouph's President Objects to Inquiry Into His Private Affairs. INTENTION'S INVOLVED "Witness Says More Subways Arc XccdedXo Profit in Increased Traffic. Frank Hedley. prepldmt or the In terborouRh Rapid Transit Company, had a stormy tlm yeeterday as a wit ness at the Board or Estimate inquiry into thp cltv traction situation. When he was through Mayor Hylan's friend ( were sure that the Interborough's . . ),,! fnlled I nope oi an ceii4, i.ri. uv to weather the storm and was sinking fast. Cross-questioned and rebuked sharply. Mr. Medley was made to feel tho full force of the authority of Mayor Hylan. forpfratlon rounset Burr and Comptroller frais. By dint of a cross-examination such as uxually takes plare in police iourtK. Mr. Hedley was led to say that, al though he still holds that the I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

'1. DROPPING KING COST WOOD TWO STATES jlissoiiri nml Oklnhomn Fol lowed Mnnnfrcr From Gen eral's Hand AVngon. yilillT FOR CONNECTICUT I,ooii!inl Wood League Has lippii Absorbed by lire Cnm )iiiirii Comniittcc. M nf 'he boom for Major-Gen. jy ira W "d for the Ilepubllcan noml w i f " rrskldent are waking to tlie ; i i me of the states they thought ,'f i for the General arc slipping T true of the case of thojc ,.,:.t - " had thrown their support tr ' e K,r'C (fe ' ' u mj movement because of , : r John T. King. Since Mr. i A f .t his services no longer i'i-i '(use men consider their j io Wood have ceased and ob iPj' tluf are aain free agents. Th :ne cafe in .Missouri ana in .is Met) as some other States. i':, t'c Mner nana, me presem voa Jr h-pe to pet delegate In Connectl riL u h thy drcUre would not have ,r,'t ' t 'he ijeneral under the King Connecticut Is Mr. King's an I J Henry Roraback, f the State corrffnlttee there. b'e to break up the Kin t in extent as to make It j ' King can...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, .FEBRUARY 3, 1920. 4 i AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED IC33-II33. NEW Toll K. WKDNESDAV. FEU. , THE SUN-HERALD CORPORATION Publishers, 210 Droadway. Frank A. Munity. 1'Msident. . Ervln Wardman, Vlre.presldtnt, Wro. T. Tltwart. Vlce.prtstdent and Treasurer; II. Tltherlngton, .errtry. NEWWMNii rnicrs. Dotty, two cents m copy In New Vrk HtT and suburb imd tbrr wot - herei bnnday, Are rents! elsewhere, ten cent. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATES. East of Mmluippt .Uw One Elt One Br 1111, Postpaid. Tsar. Months, Menth DAILY SUN DAT .111.40 11.0 H.JO DAILT only. 0 4l AUNDAT cnlr ! MUNDAYenli. Canada 00 I I Bunday edition foreign rate. mlLr &n.xT:: H.i? : SUNDAY only 75 t. All checks, money orders. Ac, made payabls to Tha Bun-Herald. to Kurapnn Edition. Publlthed In I'arla every day In the Tr . Price In Parts It centimes, dally ana Sunday. PARIS orrtoE. It AVENUE DX I -open a lnfnrmi'ilA. Mn.r-nl n artrerttllnf Tat for tbe Enrepesn Edition mar t obtained ...

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

THE SUN AND NEWX YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1920. I wmwm AT CHARITY BALL Tiim' Honored Entortaininc'nt i.ivfn for Nursery and Chillis Hospital. JIWY DINXEKS PKKCBDB Gnv nior Detained ly Illness, I ii ii!.-l!ov. Walker Itcprc m nt Him at Waldorf. A f 'roldent In tha record of -,. society, nn nnnual fixture ' n elxiy )ears, was relisted ., the Charity Hall In tho !, . '.toria for the Nursery and C . .i,.sj.nal. Fully two thousand ..ended the ball, which earned. for the beneficiary. i revented Oov. Alfred E. 5. ! Mri Smith from attending i- . , k the Brand march, which, aa ir ,-t, was the openlns formality, n, , .....rs place was taken by j, t a , Harry C. Walker, who ex-r-ew -. e regrets of tho fiovernor and t , ;resslons of tho ball as fol lilW. , ernnr and Mrs. Smith had fc, mhc forward to this occasion ft- weeks, and deeply regret that t. -. and concern over the Illness o- -- n their family prevent them c 'i this interesting occasion, - social and charitable history, I tn,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 1 -1. M. I 100 Securities idling at attractive prices are lilted or de scribed in our Februaty offering iheet. list Kill be sent upon rrtxttsl TkNationalCity Company Main Office: National Ctty Bank BIJ UttivnOScs: Fifth Art. & 43rd S CtntrrmCtnl Cftts in ttrr 10 Cl'fri Empire Gas and Fuel Company Convertible Gold Notes of 1924 8.75fc Yield At Present Quotations cl Secured Large Earning Power Attractive Conversion Privilege FINANCIAL NEWS - AND COMMENT Another Wave of Liquidation Bcsults in Cancelling1 of Jlecont (jtiins. STOCKS HEITSE TO II ALLY NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PklCES. Tuesday, February 3, 1920. Hay's sales Vear to date 1)20. 1,052.1X5 2J.174.727 r-eioilnr.n DM. I .tik. 2ji"; 30H 3!'U 40 7814, 78 IM Hi 1' 2 4H, 47H S3 . S7 02 I 91 SS 83 1H4 120 10 I. Hales. IBf, 1919. 332,006 12.419.0IS lOOlAilnma Kxpress j 30 Low. I Clor l. ( tor- 1018. 487,474 16.230.073 -Set Chaste, Weakness Centres in llitrh! "Sj'liv Priced In...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

m r THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920, 15 f We have orders in National Casket Slock & Rights American Piano Com. & Pfd. American Caramel Com. & Pfd. City & Suburban Homes Semet Solvay Colombian Emerald T.YON JlJ fi COMPANY Hhocstnuinb SxuritJesl SO PINK ST. Ground Floor), N. Y. Tel. John 85f. r Graham, Parsons & Co. 135 Chestnut at. Philadelphia 115 Broadway New York Investment Securities Deal in and Purchase Issues of Municipal Bonds Bonds, Notes and Preferred Stocks of Railroad, Utilities and Industrial Corporations of Established Value. Rtclor 9112-5 ROA'DS'TfffflOW" SDPERFLUODS LABOR Collecting Equipment Also to Be Problem Af tcr Itcturn of Companion. HAS BEEN FAR SCATTERED Compromiso Rail Bill to Bo Re ported Back to Congress by Con forces. Larger Dividends In Canada Make your money work more efficiently. New Booklet with par ticulars of attractive offer ings sent on request. CAMPBELL, THOMPSON & CO. Canada Life Building, TORONTO,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

1 ' II THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEPNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 16 1 l)hn n He Hit flit J' t t ft Ut lib! .$. t Mi .V ' rl k "n "if 31 J?7 .V .(10 & t .poi 1.4 Mil t,J At J1 ' St nt ' dl w til rh' 1j u .'til f f' P' PJi I I sir! mil it'i. 3 s Id' mil m S3 In not mi, 'rc An f r-)t 1T0 1 1 4W AO BO- hWW ISSUE French Government 7 Loan of 1920 Thtie bondi are redeemable at 150$ by annual draw ing starting this year and continuing for sixty yeart. Coupons payable May I and November li Free of French ' Taxes Price $77.00 per 1000 francs Price suijeU hs thany without notice Hem! for Circular 359. Morton Lachenbruchfi Co. 42 Broad Street, New York. QMc?qo Detroit mtndelphla I'HtibW'i The lany drawn-out lawsuit between Island Oil & Transport and Httropolitan Petroleum is neartng a cloic. irouame basis of settlement is giten in current issue of our wttHy FINANCIAL FORECAST which also reciews, among others, the fallowing SKELLY OIL COSDEN & CO. SUB. BOAT ELK BASIN Free on request ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 WSO. IT COTTON IS HEAVILY SOLD HEAR CLOSE Finnl Toiio of Market Is Ensy, "With Prices at Lowest of Sesfilon. IOC AT; SPOTS ABE QFP 55 'MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS HHORT TERM NOTES, 'J jjvorpool Is Quiet mid of Lit tle Tnfliionco on Trnd inp: Here'. The cniton market was unfttlcil nnd fvi riHii yesterday, declining; more tha-n n, rent n pound and finishing the sea fi.m nt the low of tho dny, net 45 to SS pitnH down from Monday's pmlinf?, Vli.it lmlflsli factors that might have tvn ftrefsoii Dymcuninrn cicmcnt vero rfri': liy tho further demoralization of foreign whanse. Woakncsa in a sourl tie .iNo wan a sentimental fictor of not n i nil' power. Liverpool was hardly r.n 'nMu'nce yesterday. Business there , ,,u'.i't, hut 5,000 hales of the spot nril.'lo changing hands. Starting cables, vtuie somewhat boitcr than due, hc ciinc f.isier, At tlio outset here prices were but 5 tn i: points lower, but It was evident Hint die market's undertone wa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. THE 18 VUJJ4JUU, - ----- and Civiliai. Boxing Board JEW Dodmnp Accusation Against Dempsey to Be Investigated by Army, Navy 2 DEMPSEY SLACKER 20ASE TO BE PROBED I Army, Nnvy nnd' Civilian liox h:jr Uoiml to Hold n, For mal Trial. SN THIS CITY' ON FEU. 11 'How Jersey Commissioners In , vitcd to Join Investigat ing Committee. Ilr C1IAHI.UH F. MATIIIHON. fiAfter connlilorlnc the nubject for two W9k the Army, Nnvy nml Civilian! JJpnrd of Hoxlnc Control nan ilpcldedi to ncccilo to thii rtuuBBt of Jack Demp eey, worlds honvywelRht lioxln? cham-; jllon, for n thorouch InvcMlirntlon of . the chnrso by various posts of the Amer- Jean LfBlon that no dodRPd the draft during; ttio Into war. ! "'After the receipt of the mensiKe from sal Bempscy anklnr; thr. bonrd 10 invpuiKmn lh accusation, that Doiiy iitfmiuieu tnke nctlon Ixthuro of the likelihood of the muttor rsnchlnic the court ns a n riuU of the perlouH charges made by thP divorced wife ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

19 L,L"""""" Local Woman Tennis Star, Suffering From Injured Knee, Is Eliminated From Tourney at Heights Casing WI.MI I I - - ' - I , IS M'GRAW KEEPS HIS CLUB MEN GUESSING THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1020. "' , s l Two of the Winners on Heights Casino Courts YANKEE GOLF PAIR 15 TO PLAY BRITONS liugen and Barnes Will Mflttf Duncan and Mitchell in Match. BEATEN AT TENNIS jIinnlionpiMMl ly Injured Knee, One Time' Champion Loses to Mrs. "Waring. yW'ini GOES THREE SETS Eight Women Survive Piny in Tournament on Heights Cnsino Courts. It m.ih Miss Mario Wagner's turn to nipft unexpected defeat yesterday In the trn.tjtion tennis tournament of the Jliighis I'aslno, but It was unexpected only so far as the gallery was concerned. To Miss Wagner herself and some of her friends the result of her match with .Mrs. Samuel V. Waring was no great wirprise. for the former national Indoor i h.imj'iun pl.iyed with a severely bruised knee I hat handicapped her In getting ir umd ti...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

t THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 20 COURT CALENDARS. UNITKII HTATI'.S BIHTftlOT COURT. Kaatfrn DUtrlrt nf New 1,,rV' . . .,. In Room 313. I1' Wily calendar: . HSPW Trn'l Wee CmHl'trry II. .,1 Hi II, (nmpagnla Internal . M'-Mnrran "'.. Admiralty calendar. Prince, . vi.-Hrt Cartserni, .Gyroscope ' . Superior Hkrl slit (.. Inc'A Kuhnle, I"', Am Ammonia '':' lamina i',' 141 pQ.i Ctatfirlil. .1 -Court orena In onm OfPci Building, Brooklyn, at Ji " laninis it'" '"" 'rlmlnsl Calendar. For oil ., t2,S (Rudolph harP" Hrflirrr Rihrelb. itmn A llarnrt Walker Nil'mil I, Pelaner. V H -.li'lin lira"". i r H'liw ah. V S:Flrlcx V H 'ifrnnaii Gold- slaw. ,. , V K Ahrara Chiile. T h Frank Orlsoll. ! 8 Mr Ilnll. V H John Hi'hllftlK S HnreO snioiriir. SiJolMi J bcity Kdw . , 'r David ft I"1'"" Kntilllnlltl I n .Mllirr r R:VI'ltf Tr J" (!) IT H sB.aWator Ban- tt's :John Krusman, illRtAm I)nilti Eradicate (J). IMtiKenllnainl I'"'"' ti s;Deniila Rrnrdoti. V 8;Chnrlrs Rhikun. V R...

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