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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 19a0. ' 17 ' t CITY HAH POSHING HEW SCHOOL BILLS Craig Appeals to Albany to Tear Great Power From ' ' Ettincrcr's Hands. ILLS LAID TO SYSTE31 Honey Wasted, It Is Said, and Almost 1,000,000 Children Lack Proper Teaching'. TREATY BURDEN TOO BIG, SAYS CRAVATH Germany Cannot Meet Eco nomic Demands. (tptctal to Tria 8nn and New Tobk IIcuid. Aldant, March i7. Tho Burllruramo bills designed to reorganize the J3oard ot Kducatlon and curti tho power of tho Bujwrlntondent of Now Tork'a schools liis tho backing of the Now York city Administration, It developed to-day when Comptroller Crals flled a memorandum with metr.Dera of tho Legislature giving ftrons Biipport to the measures. Tho bills propose amendment of tho education law as follows: Providing for n paid Board of Education of three members In New Tork; requiring that the Superintendent of Schools In any city In the Stato shall perform his duties under the direction and control of the Board ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

i Irt 'If fir If IT. ft ft 18 YANKEES FINALLY BEAT THE DODGERS Timely Hitfins' mid CJood Pitching Give Them S to t Victory. ix' ei i rpun,' I.YWMr SIIOJM'i IN OLD llJIh U-Jl i . I lieu, vrtunii; niripc, Displays Plenty of Speed untli,. Good Control Itutli Miikcs ii Hit. nj WILLIAM II. H.VXXA. TidT.'dnvi'ii t.v.. Kin.. Murcli 27. The Yankees im.de more lilts, lo-dav than ..... it...- .....lira their two immediately preceding Biimrn put together and stopped the fun the DrooUlyns were having with tnem. They bent the Dodgers. 3 to I. and slapped out hits off both Mantuard and Mamaux with somo Hjiproa.h to free dom and frequency. Kven Ilabo Ruth made a hit, which Know how far out of their winter sleep the Yankees came. The frame, was poorly fielded by the American LeaRuers, with mostv of the poorness centring at third base, which station Hob Meuel guarded. Meusel, Peck and Cleleh. with their mkplay. made It a harder game for the Yankee? to win, but tho splendid plti'hlnff of both Ernest ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH ,28, 1920. 19 JUJUPECKERS' EGGS ACQUIRED BY CIRCUS John Muffling Ktfvcnls Secret of Latest Accession to tho Orciitcst Show. IUHEST OF ALL THE BIRDS Mnhcs Its Nest in Boards nnd Thero Honrs Its Young in Springtime. Telephone culls from tho circus. (irI tatcd to tho vcreo or hysteria, revealed Ihtn yesterday afternoon that the dc- tulls of a happening of tlirilllwr, even romantlo Interest, awaited tho arrival of & reporter, and couldn't ono bo Bent, j-leaso to tho clrcua press ofllco In Madison Squaro Garden, just to the right ns ono enters, and adjoining Ui monlicy cago? This request seeming reasonable, a young man of sober, serl nn .ilnnoslllnn and a nasslon for tho un (domed truth was shunted northward to erab tho Item. And this la what no wrote : wiiii thi s.itnnlriv mntlneo ncrform- enco of Hingllng Ilrothers and Barnum t Ballsy was In lull swing ueiore a crowd that Jammed every chink of tho Garden, an extraordinary scene was oc curr...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

Off.' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 20 f i ft" r l i REDS TO ESTABLISH 'DICTATOR' IN H. Y. GREENWICH VILLAGE BALL BOSTON RIOT Imported 'Atmosphere' Has Scandalous Effect. I llosTo.v. March "7. An iittctnnt to I tntiiBfur the ntmpaohero of New York's firi'tinvk-h Village to Huston for one I iilBht omlpd In iHaai))oltitmout for pro- motors and iiicrrymukern. J'ollce blotter .mil court reconls to-duy told bomo of tlip etory. Including mentlim of Ilvo ar- resta of Hnrvanl nnderKraiMntes, a can for jioIIl'o rokcrvos to uuell a disturbance and complaint from "Mme. Sonta," rro inotcr of tli event, that hor room hail l.ecn lobbi'd of $1,100, tlio arjeccds of tliB sale of tickets and collections. The occasion was a bill held 1 1 a fnsh lonablo hotel, attended by theatrical f.i'lt. colleifo umlergraduates, members nf the art colony and others, who -vising to hnvo their film: after the reputed bo- I ht'inlan fashion of Greenwich il!.prs. Vnri.,11. or intentions nf r.id.c...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

MARKET FOR STEEL ; PRODUCTS IS QUIET 'o Unrtoringr in Trade as Cus tumors Accept Tonnages Allotted'. IIiM'jO liS Ab ll l'i i Unmoral of Coke Price He strict ions at End of March Satisfies Operators. Piirrini I; Tun Srs and New oiik Humid. tiiumli-rlonim on the middle. (Suit coast and nwiM-nn March 7 Olio of thO ""I1! ""J," ''nil j-aln last nlglit In the Uti I UTMiUt". -unrui -. Uliu ui wiu riio,, ,i, .Middle Atlantic Male and NV ,vpiitH of tllP week was thO publication i'1 t". '"'where. tln weather win fair. It oentsoi un. aa uiu imuuv j roiibMi'rul.ly .-onlcr In thu Mlilille Atlantic nf t'ii annual report of tho United Nlati-n, over tln llmAy Mnunatln rurhw and the 01 ., , , portion of tin. plains static, nnd wanner Rial's Step Corporation, showing tliat In the '.ntml vnllepi aud tho Interior Anitb, . .i i . ,i t.. i..a w"" iPinpfraiuri's much alwvo m'hwiimI wr its earnings, "iter deduction for bed- .e. iM tilt. i.-nr w-t tttni-niinn-s mn. ..i .,,..,,.,. f i,umi-,... ,""up- !' east...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALS, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 22 f SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 4 AMERICAN SHIPS AMONG 21 NOW CROSSING OCEAN 1 1 STEAMSHIPS BOIiHD WEST I dft j I b W i ! SIIOWH BY EVER BOMBERS; NdDMTIW AMANTRC BfcEM ilfflT11 rrUI J ..; STEAMSHIPS BOUND EAST I 1 iffi; TT 1 SH0WH BY ODD LUMBERS, T "SW3 1 sgs Sff- teTHMC; IM : uPgfrf AT B C " fDV fi H J ft L M N OjP CQiRj S I J Tf Vjyi """Disunces in mutical milej The 31 n noli ti ria Is Hound for Hnmljui AVith FooiWuffs and Every Cabin Filled. Tour llnrrs lying the Amoricnn enalCT over t.iffrnlla nro phown on tin- chart to-d,iy. Two, ihP New York (D-ll and tho Manchuria fD-3), nro only n (lay out from Samly Hook, the latter bound for JIamliurt; with n bit? penoral oarso of foodstuffs, every catiin orouplcil and with 1.115 third class p-isnmKors. Includ ing mnny I'ol n. llunparinns and Czecho filovaks. Tho New York Ix on her fcc ond trip In the pawner service between thU pott and JMvmouth, rhcfhourK and fiouthninpto...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

ft SHIPPING MIS Continued from Preceding Page, Inks TJitnhcth 00 mile HI! Ambrose noon STth. ft. ne l.ni'iulcr 200 lulled Dot Capo Henry w Lnk,'jCllsworth COO miles n Savannah noon jTkiVralfhUT CO miles 8 Uniterm noon 27th. jike Fluvutina 22 miles S Winter Quarter nn Ifcia'hofwil 80 mllM SW VurtUKa noon 2flth. laW Foucho 111) tulles 13 Cjiimi Henry noon 27lh lake linlnta CI mile SW Hnttrras noon 27th. Uko ulrlli nul Key iwni 2i!tli. (inrno 110 miles S lor 11 i'oH'cy Itock mm '.lull. J. 1.0 MlrllDK 20 miles RW Hattoras noon LaiSUietr 17 miles Nfl Winter Quarter noou rib. i,Le Wilson 10 miles K Key Wrst iimii With. 5;! wol" Hiwcd Tire Island 4:21 I'll 27th. . imio 10 will"! H llntlcriia noon 27th, .H-uwin 42il mlU h H of South Tiihh tvsin 2fltn. ll.roi llmi IK) miles SU Nantucket 10:53 I'M l iiiia ! 111 1 ivi ..iimipr nixin .urn. jltlt Miitn-ltlo 8 mllM SW by V Sand Key noun Voi'iuses "73 miles K Amlirnw i-oon 2iltli. f,..rmun Jlriilgo 131 miles S Jacktouvllle noon Norro'dan CO mile N...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

1 if THE SUN 24 &&fi!afytiCc At.rietiom Are Price Quality Smce. Our Fur Storage Department h at your service-refrigerated vaults, absolutely dry and at the right temperature. We arc prepared to call for your (urn promptly, make any necessary repairs and lcnrc prepare ttorc them under Ideal conditions. Repairs can be made now at rates much lower than those charged durtngthc fur season. fjyKSS Third Floor, 34lli Fireft. Remember! Wc advanced our clocks an hour at 2 o'clock this morning. Our store houra will continue as usual. 9 A. M, to 5:30 P. M. under the New York State Day Light Saving Law. ! 34th to35th SL AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920, i.vnn,fnir- tf imi nit ii li 7i i n iwj uMuzAuif ii TViff v.irnvr "r tktitvt if-Mwnrvfi- '.m. IlltUI f ill I I li III Ml f I ll II if fl V'-i I TT7 u ii n ' f rry JUL O lLa Herald Squire B'way, Bath Rugs Here is a type of bath rug that you will certainly want to have in your bath room. They arc an American made product embodyi...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

Editorial Financial Sports Automobiles SECOND NEWS .SECTION SIXTEEN PAGES. ANJQ THE NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. owri. ' ' Personal News, Facts, Fancies and Brief Happenings Abroad as Told by the Cables EUROPE IN NEW BRITISH BANKER PLEADS FOR U.S. TO AID EUROPE Hopes for Change in Atti tude, as America Is Needed in Reconstruction. PARIS HAS ROOM FQRU.S. TOURIST HORDEDUE SOON Hotel Proprietors Say lie ports to Contrary Are Ger man Propaganda. RATES WILL BE HIGH FRENCH DEBATE A CELIBACY TAX ON BOTH SEXES Public Opinion Favors ''Lux ury" Levy Chamber Ts Considering. Men Who Took a Prominent Part in the German Revolt FLAN TO GET AID OF U.S. BANKERS ft Mooting at The Hague Will Try to Solve Exchange Problem. ANARCHY DANGER LOOMS Xnck of Support Is Delaying Financial Conference of League of Nations. f ml I'lble Detpatch to Tns SrN and New .uk mmt.n. Copyright, UM,,ly The Scn .n Sriv York HrRAiD. 1indo.v, March :!7. Repulsed by r .iter Glass when ho was United .w'ltes ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920.. I00D LEADSIN NEW YORK POLL; LOWDEN SECOND Hanling- and Butler Each (id About o Per )Ceiit. of First Choices. JOHNSON HERE TO FIGHT Delegates lioiii rnnlcdgcd to Chiengo Much Activity in City Districts. r I NEW YORK. Recapitulation of Choices for Republican Presidential Race YHE following is a recapitulation of the choices for tho Republican nomination for President in tho various States from which tho poll Jf the county chairmen taken by THE SUN AND NEW YORK HER ALD has" boon published so far: No. Dle- Vint rite. Oiolce, Hwond Choke Torttn wood State. Alabama 14 Anion , wood Lowden Arkinisi 11 I.owdrn Wood California : Johnnoa Wood Colorado ,-, j Wood Lowden Connecticut ... It, Wool Lotrdtn IMawara t Wood Lowdea fif-orjia IT Lowdtn Wood Idaho I RoraU Wood IlllnoU 51 Iiwdrn Harding Indiana M Watson Wood Iowa tn lymdea Wood (Until 2) Wood Alfa No. Vrt Flnt State, sites. Choice. KeMoctr M Wood Louiilona 12 Wooil Maine 13 Wood Maryla...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

8' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 4 'HUNDREDS SLAIN IN i FIGHTING IN LEIPSIC City Virtually in Ruins Duo to . Ustf of Incendiary Shells ' by Artillery. HALLE PLANTS ALL IDLE Communists Gain Adherents Durinpf the Disorders Am munition From Russia, IrteM ritbU VupattK to Tnn Son and Nbw Yciit Hrwin. Cowright, ISM, Sy Tin Bus 1NB Nlw TOUK IlEBllU. Paws, March 27. A correspondent of Tub Sun ajto Nbw Toiik Herald In the I-lpslc area tclegraplis a graphic description of tho devastating fighting through which Lelpslc, Haljo and other cities In tnat section of Germany have ptaaed. Ths fighting In Lelpslc cost tho lives cf hundreds and two thousand persons were wounded. Two hundred funerals rere held there, last Monday. More than four hundred persons aro known to have been killed In Hallo, whllo thousands were wounded In the fighting there The correspondent was the first out rider to enter Letpslo after the rising. When he entered the city five days ago nd when his arri...

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

THE NEW YORK HERALD. rrhr 7n-nATtTIwoitA'"' .. i. . nroauv Ervln Wardmar.. Ail'-p", aiurer; Ji. Hi f "thTineton. Eecrctary. , ele. coots. sunscp.iPTi'jN hates. JI A 1 1. East of Mississippi HT Ont JJAII.Y nl., i'-no 5." Kl'NDAY only. 'ln'a,. 0o?i1( JlMf-slppI ItlM rf?":Vr"ir d.UT or d.HT hunilay editions. .. ,..,r v i. si-XDAV..tS0OO JW.00 $2.40 J.BO .80 to be 11.0(1 KDSOAY onl....... ?- . tnude payable to Tho Sun-iitr..". Kuropesm Edition. fcBuPAniH omcE, AVKMJa DB from the main New York offlce. 11 cnpfKs. mu,w 11 Assorted Pren Is Su'tl. to the u 'or repub J H..,,aiohe credited to It or noi The ltlfl rew despatches redlted In this paper ana e of tpeelai jjtfpatchei herein are also reserved. If our friends who favor us wit rnanu scripts ami lustrations for publication Ish li hT ri erted articles returned they must la .Kfi"aJt"np for that purpose. fAis- nrsixnss and editorialo!- FICEB. IIUOADWAY. TELEPHONE. 1VOIITII 10.000 The Appropriate Time Tor Mr. Wil ton to Announce Ills Intent!...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 2 DDLNESS SETTLES ON CURB MARKET 'Mter Brief Upward Swinsr Early Prices Move- in Irregular Manner. Th bmrIoii In curb shares mi yes terday comparatively dull and, following a small upward ewlng at tlio opening, prices moved Irregularly. Tlio hltfl.or priced securities commanded tlia most attention, but moved within a tmull range. General Asphalt lost on oarly (tain of more than two points made nt tha openlns, but Rood Inside purchases of Texas Pacific Company ncnt Its pnoo a few points hlgnor. Jlotor Issues attracted mors Interest nd wore, featured by an advance, of more than a point In Italnler Motors to A. new high record. Buying In that Issue, which has been persistent since Its In duction, Is due to tho company's fteady expansion In domestic and for flgn Unci. Homer stocks wcro featureless mrt extremely dull- Mexico I'anuco moved to a now high In tho flrst hour, and Midwest Hoilnlnpr showed a Bain of five points tt tlio clos-i...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

6 as Munds Rogers & Slackpole ,1 c Members N. Y. Stock Excnang N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trado 25 Broad St. Uptown Offtet 16 Vanderbilt Are. 1 Correspondence Invited We invite correspondence on Slock Market commit' mails and all investment tubjecti. Frequent analyti cal reports issued and mailed gratis. & W. Wanner & Co. XltaWthtd IS87. Chicafr I K r. Mock Bxehann Members N- V. Cotton Kzchaug I Chicago Uoari 0 Trail 33 New Street (W) New York It Call Hth St. I Jfad. Av i 4M It. "I 11)5 irl Md Si Im Court St., Broc-klyu. Brancfm " Kelly Springfield Tire Company Mo?itgomery Ward & Co. inc. Circular on Requtit ;H.HENTZ&CO. ESTABLISHED 1854 ', 22 William Street New York 35 Congress Street Boston Members of A'ftr 1'or Stock Exchange h'cvt York Cotton Exchange ' Neve York Coffee and Super Exchange i . New York Produce Exchange 1 Chicago Bosrd of Trade NEW EDITION INDEPENDENT OIL BOOKLET I CONTAINING COMriX.TE REVISED INTOICMATION ON THE MISCELLANEOUS OIL C...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

J - THE SUN AND NEW YORK 'HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. Government Guaranteed Railway Notes We are offering certain short-term railway notes, government guaranteed, at prices To Yield 6.90 Principal and Interest payable In New York. Denomination $1000 each. They may be bought for cash or on the Partial Payment Plan. Notes due Dec. 1, 1922 0G.G4 and interest Notes due Dec. 1, 192494.50 and interest Full information on request John Muir & . 4 AfcmbersNeioYork Stock Exchange 61 Broadway New York Earnings of the Paper Companies Despite the fact that paper prices have advanced more than 100 since 1916, paper companies throughout the country have orders on their books far in excess of plant capacity. An actual shortage of paper exists. The situation is acute. Paper companies, favorably situated in the indus try, are entering upon a period of profitable oper ations which should be reflected in the value of their stocks. A carefully prepared analysis will be senton request A. J. Johns...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

dge Weas Oxford by 4 Lengths in rnnri V .1 I IDGE IS ! t OYER i XFORD EIGHT Crews Row Poor Prom Putney to Hoi-tain 21 Min. 11 Sec. STEEKIXO COSTLY fTarks 82ml Triumph for jilt Blue, Oxford Hnv insr Won 39. table Despatch to Tnc Scs xio New ttni.D. Copyrijaf, lko, ty Tim Sin w YoBK IIkeijd. )N, March 27. London paw two trews In the great Uluo rowing 'this evening, Oambiidge, the Sovico of tho two, winning In Ilea 11 seconds, nearly two mlu iiind the record. However, sho jt at the end four lengths ahead Jarlc Blues. London crowd, despite the poor 'hlch was characterized by bad and tho bitter squailisn .unrcii is trite to tradition, me tators covered nine miles of the nml Middlesex nanus oi tne I, from Putney to Mortlako. By Of a marvellous "grapevine" tole tho crowd at Putney knew at al-; ?ery stago of the race Jmit which n nhend. Also this "grapevine" jh flashed the news of the bad r of both coxswains as the shells fhed llarnes Bridge, throc-qimr-b. mlla from the finish. This tout .m...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

jijijgilMfcff-Ji 2 THE SUN AND NEY YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 192a . ,w.i .1. ja.juiu uuu OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE RELAY INVASION! I), G.l). Hudd, a South African Khodes Scholar, Stnr of fho Team. LEAVE ENGLAND APRIL Hpccial Three Mile Unco for E. A. Montague, ihe Cross Country Cluunnioii. Tho entry or a combined Oxford CamlirlilKo relay team In tho two mile nice at tho University of Pennsylvania e.irt...a; c:i April 30 mid May 1 at once ItndH an international lUvor to tho tivture. and It will bo but a (UtliiK pre- I. iae to a (icat-on bound to bo historic In ii,,- realm of sport. This foam of tho "'Hum" will sail from llnglntiil on April 1 on the Aililatlo, and wi:t be I" oharijo of c.il. A. W Straile JacUpon, tlr Olyinplo :.."0 m"ter I'hamplo'ti and tho runner vim Juct en.itrlied defeat out of the lire lar the lurlt Ulties on their visit of 1014 tit l'ranhliii l'teld. When the DirIIhIi men first consented to niiil.o the trip It was understood that thrjy would essay tho mile relay, but...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

10 X THE SUN AND NEW YORK- HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. lecigue and College Baseball Ti MCODNT OK 1ESE YOUNGSTERS Youngsters Who May Star With Giants and Yankees iscli mid IYwster Important! Factors in Itrliiilrilitutiiig Xcw York Hall Teams. StCII IS AX EXPERIMENT inngcrs Cannot Foresee Any Reason AVhy Tliey Rliould iofc Mukc Good. 3 mme, nnd faster than Kewster, who Is 'ipt slow. He la rattier good nt bunting I juiu otherwise shifting tils battlns1 tac kles, and In doing that lie will be helped y li's speed In getting to first base. J Frisch has played football ho was a rip snorting hack at f'oidh.im and his laseball playing shows football traces, ile Is exceeding- quick at petting a ntart. He Is away with a burst of jjpeed, jnake him overrun. It would ! Frank Xlaf 1 ! rn t at TrtTTTirv rim t tv &t? .stv7tti&K ,ssvsbs KM kill INH H II N IA Kill WmWSfmi,! i ! e J, -iMM K X I I 'earns Are Fast Rounding Into Shape for the Busiest Sale pitcher IS LOST TO TEAM of All Seasons...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN ANlJ NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 11 'iij with 'Ml' '! p. DESCENT SOCKERS WIN LEAGUE GAME Staten Island Team Defeated, 3 Goals to J, at Bay Ridge. After a thres months' Interruption by ths Inclement weather the nnnual champlons-ilp competition of the Field Club fioeker League at New York nnd Xtrr Jersey was resumed yesterday n. match hotween elevens repre- oiitinc the Crescent Athletlo Club and tin Staten Island Football Club on tho rrounils of tho former at Hay Hldxe. Consldcrlnc the protructed lay-off, the twenty-two players cnxaged put up a fine, fast exhibition. Tho homo team displayed flomowhat ' tho hotter form and won by the scoro of 8 ironl- to 1. At tiBtC thno tho Crescents led by a to 0. went .. C. (3). Staten Island (1). 1i, iii'in Goal Markham j Ulfht back llewliurst Mienaci. Left lck Macken ii'Bort Ulfht half hack Kentish ,i..-ieunsn Centre half Rauiilng . '.V irm-n I'" ,MI hack Marltai' l .Ik. t - 111,!.... H,nirtf Outside right Vim lainr iyri insid...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

12 4 MEW KENNEL CLUB : DIRECTORS CHOSEN jjitionnl Orgnnizriiion in the rDoffgy World Ifas Plenty of Money on Hand. EJECT NEW DELEGATES Tlifio Offei'inan Will rresido at License CoimniHro Meeting; on Wednesday. n v i-'iiank v. noun MaklriB a related appearance, due to tho rtrlkes in tlio prlntlrtK trades mul paper fOiortnges, tho February Issue of tlio American Kennel Club monthly, tho (iasrtte, was put In the malls yesterday. It contains a verbatim report of tho an nual meeting on February 10, now flrnt made public, nlllioiiKli tho slat of tho hnppenlnss hail been told, notably the Hlmke-up In tho license committee find the selection of Theo Offcrman as chair man. President It. H. llunncwell of Boston presided and. with tho foimer officers, nyas reelected. Newton H. "CtlnB as assistant f eerctarytiea.surer, was elected necrctary-trcasurer. A. r. Vrc denburgh, the former secretary-treasurer, after tl Irty-flvo years of service, has been retired on request with a per manent salary. He...

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