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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

Homebred "Pre," Winner of KOHAGAE TO TAKE NEW YORXSTATE TITLE TO ORIENT firiffln, California Star, Loses Finnl to Japanese Marvel in Straight Sets. FACING- COAST TEAM WIN'S DOUBLES CROWN l'Tic, N. Y July 15. Sensational jiliy won the New York Bute champion ship tennis singles for Ichlya Kumaga rf Japan thin afternoon, lie defeated CUrence J. Orimn of the Pacific count on the Yahnundasls Oolf Club courts three Straight Beta, at 8 Z, 6 1, ti. Roland Iloberta and Orimn. the Pacific root team, took the doubles champion hip. 4. 1. S, from William H. McEllroy and Charles 8. darland of Pittsburg. The Pittsburg men were out clitied and the match, from the view point of the spectators, was much Infe rior to that In which Kumagae defeated Orlffln. The work of the Jap In the champion ship round against Griffin waa described by Fred B. Alexander, veteran Interna tionalist, as one of (he best clay court tames he ever witnessed. Kumagne shaved two strong weapons, a deadly pinning ball and the abi...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SDN, SUNDAY, JULY IS, 1818. Where Are the Stars of Yesteryear Since They Hung Their' Spiked Shoes and Running Togs in the Closet? FORMER ATHLETIC CHAMPIONS IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE Famous Old Trnck Stars Arc Scattered to Four Corners of the Earth. r mCK ATHLETICS Jut a Few of the "Young Boys" Whose Fame as Athletes Will Survive Many Generations ARE NOT INJURIOUS Properly Conducted, Competi tive Sports Do Jlorc Hood Th nn 1 fa nil. SO SAY MEDICAL KXPKIMN v i iPiP18! " -.11 IP" .rWl MbbbbbbV WfeLP JbW -Xa Jffv . am- x m V N L2fW -Hr iis&d "YOUNGSTERS" ALMOST ALL ACCOUNTED FOR r onomiR It. UNDBRUOOII. Where are the track stars of yester Mart Whil has Income of tho army of old champions since they huwr their piked ahoea and nthletlc togs In the CMMt and bade a Ionic farowell to nr tlvt participation on trnck and field? Where have the old boys nil drifted to? They are scattered to the four corners of the earth. There Isn't nook or cor ner of this terrestrial globo where you will not ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

' Y snirv trior TtMnAV .tm.V 1f . 'o Former Members of Famous Infield of World's Champion Athletics Not Sparkling- With Their Old Brilliancy SLUMP OF FAMOUS INFIELD IS ONE OF GAME'S MYSTERIES Biker, Coll I n8, Barry and Mc lnnls on Downward Slide. WISH Ol!) MACK KNEW WHEN TO 8BLL STARS tlx SHORTSTOP. Nn topic In baseball haa brought Ibout so much discussion this season as t)i terrific Mump which has clutched ik four members of Connie Mack's famous Million Dollar Infield of the MPpy oys ",n -ncK wni King, nnon stop refers to Messrs. Frank Haker, Jack lUrry, Kddle Collins nnd Stuffy Wrlnnls. tho bulwarks of the wily Cor nelius's Anierlcan League Champions of 1)10, nil. '" nu ivm, ana worms Champions of 1910, 1911 nnd 1913. Un doubtedly this wn tne greatest mneia (if the past decade. Shortstop always coisMcrcd IIiIm Infield the gteatest the tame ever produced. This season the four premier stars of Mack's once Invincible machine nrn as stattered as me tour wintis. uniy Ituffy Mclnnls, t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

tHE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. Boxers Possessing-Defensive Skill and Ability to Hit Hard Have Made Greatest Strides in Pugilistic Field MODERN PUGILISTS GROUP of noted pugilists who represent distinct types in classification of boxers JStecher and Lewis Siill DIVIDED INTO 3 DISTINCT TYPES Looking for Their Pm Omaha Promoter Sets a Fine Example in Refusing tol Light timers, lint Clever Itov era: Knockout Hitters tind Shirrct's. Settle Up Until Wrestlers Resume Their Bout and Reach Decision. I r-A dflfc. JPfe 1 L-3'M l&tik A & 1L-- 1 TOl'XO flIHFKO MA ST Kit OF HEFK.NX1VK SKIM. ii tiii: r.rr.n t. rYom tho time uf l-'lgg In the prom tit flghters have been of throe tllxtltiotl vn types: the man possessed of defen sive skill, who depends on qulrkticss of foot, eye, 1ip.h1 unit hands to prevent n opponent Inflicting damage, and nt the same time deliver eultlclcnt puii'sh tnent to cnnblc him to win his contest th tighter with enough boxing ability to uccessfully nvolil attack, nnd...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. From Pre-ReVohtionary Days New York Has Ever Held Foremost" Position in American Thoroughbred Racing A WEALTH OF ROMANCE IN TURF HISTORY Tains of Days When Holies Ran Knur Mile Heuts Hero. ECLIPSFS VICTORY ON UNION COURSE Be It frolic, fight or finance It'ii Amer ica to the fore. An In other bram-hta J tt spin America ion mo cstah l.'shed Its world supremacy on the turf, and with the wnr abroad rnttlnir down the supply of thoroughbred stock our pn. sltlnn nt the top will not even lie ehnl lenjred fnr mmiy yearn to come. Sonic of England's leM. Includitiic thnt fine horse Short Oran., recent winner of the Empire City Handicap, liavo been Im ported to supplement our own royally bred lines. Just ! America lend the world In rue-Inn, po ilnee .Vew York lead the country It wan In the vicinity of the metropolis that racing got Its first mart on this jlde of the Atlantic, back In lt4. This city nnd vicinity have had more raiermitses and tracks than prob ably ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

8 ? 2 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. Hints on How to Catch Sharks Now Terrorizing Summer Resorters on the Long Island and New Jersey Coasts SEASON OPEN FOR GAME BLACK BASS Where to (Jo on l.onjr Island, New Jersey Mid Xriirby lystnte. CATCH LIMIT lo A DAY Th season Is now open for black bass, tha most sought for fteh water fish In UM American waters. Ttiere Is practl , elly only one eiceptlnn to the general Ml and that la (h Lake (teorire Sea . tOB does not beitln Until August 1 1 In Nw York Slate, waters all black 1 bis must t ten Inches In leiiRth to be raUlned, and the limit la fifteen f.-ti a day to one angler, When two or more are flshlmc from th sams boat, t went) -Aw tl-l may le taken and kept Tear aflr year It Is hirder to et good black bass flhlni l-cause th'e r locking of streams do not keep up wltn the treat Increasing army of arutlers and newcomers who find this pastime Only the other day Tlir. S.-N men-l"11 ,h n'M. tlonel the fact In a parnKraph that .i'uba. the (Julf ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

News of the Summer Resorts Theatres Fashions Real Estate Gardens School News THIRD section TWELVE PAGES. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. Copyright. 191, by tht Bun Printing and Publishing AuociatUm. NEWPORT'S SUMMER GAYETY BEGINS BROOKLYN ADVERTISKMRNTS. BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. Much Entertaining During the Week-Purchase of Grey Craig by Mr. and Mrs. Jordan L. Mott Arouses Interest Notes of the Social Doings TIIE announcement during th week that Mr. and Mrs. Jordan 1 1. Mott of N'ew York are to Join the summer colony here wan received with pleasure, for they hnvo may frlrnda In the colony. With equal pica u re was the announcement received that they have purchaaod "Grey Craig" In Mlddletown, which they trill ue an their summer home after extensive Improvement have been made. These Improvements have been arranged for by Mr. and Mra. Mott, who have been In Newport dur 8C the week with Alllsoa V. Armour on Ms yacht. "Grey Craig" In Its day hns been one have be...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

-UW 8 THE SUN,' SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. HE HEALING WATERS OF THE PINE TREE STATE BERKSHIRE SEASON NOW AT ITS HEIGHT Important Ucnl Estate Pur chases Show Growing Pop ularity of Hills. Lenox, Mna . July IS, With tbe warm wave prcnd over the rnunlry and the humidity nlong- tho Miore, there cam the his "drive" Into the hilts. A aeaaon which had been backward because of the cold, rainy June suddenly opened to Its fullest, and the Herkahlre filled up almost overnight. Vacation daje nr rived Imultaneously with the hot wave. Br every train were groups of arrival deposited at the Uerkablrc stations, nnd atltomobllea form an almost continuous precession. Boards of health meet or riving travellers, and If accompanied by children they are Interrogated as to des tination and health conditions. So far tfcar his been but one case of Infantile paralysis In the hills, the country seem tat to act aj in antidote. Some of the cottagers who have been t .their country places since May have one to Canada,...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. 8 BREEZES BLOW AND SUMMER SUNS ARE KIND DENTISTS ADJOURN VJ.1 Mr"- K' Hughes. Mr. and Mm. K. Gillespie, Mr. and Mra. U Wilkinson, Mr nnd Mm. a. Fowler. Mr. and Mr. I Wallace, Mr. and Mr. I Ketcham and Mra. U I'ratt. Mr. and Mra. William Ijiwrence of New York, with a paHr of ten frlenda. arrived at Mr. and Mra. Jamea Graham's cottage In a tallyho on Wednesday afternoon from Bernardavllle. Those who occupied seat en the tallyho were Mr. and Mm. K. Maxwell, Mr. and Mra. K. Thompson. Mr. and Mra. II. Keller, Mr. and Mra. K. Plerson and Mra. U Maxwell. AT ASBURY PARK Xorement on .Foot to Etoct Avdltorinm to Seat 10,000 In the Main Hall. . 8 ifjotT Pa, N. J., July 18. Tha Iimt Marion of tha New Jersey Pen Ml'fleelety, which brought together mora oaa 1,100 dentlita from all parta of tha I ttate waa concluded to-day at me Bearn Casta0. Many prominent members of At profession from New York, Phlla lilaala and elsewhere made addressee lorlnf tha convention, whic...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. LAKE PLACID YACHT CLUB SEASON OPENS William It. Lyman lteclortcd Commodore Proprnnimo of Events Announced. T.akk I'laciI), Jf. V.i July 1G, AinoiiR oilier things done ti Insure the protec tion of sojourners' licrc the Lake I'lncld ttlioru (li tiers Association Installed thin week a lung motor In the clubhouse, of tin- UiUc 1'IhcU! Ynoht Clul. This life saving device will lie constantly In ser A ire for uc In onsen of supposed drown lug The flrohout eftnbllshed by the Hoolnllon two yearn ngo on Lake I'I.ii'M li.is already saved thousands of 'dnllarH worth of valuable property from I Ii'ilrih-tloii. ' Tha choice of officer at the annual I Scenic beauties men nc "f the j.-vcht club on Monday retained in tlie reelection 01 i. ommooore 1 William H. I.yman, Vlce-Cominodore Ilarne T Hull and Secretary and Treas urer William J. M-oiivlll. tioorce A. Stevens Tsas elected chairman "f the tiie-nlx rshlp committee. Major Hamilton lion an, I' S. A., retired, cha...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. MANY TASKS FACE THE GARDEN MAKER THIS MONTH 3 Otm tftt.ftti Drttet, PtbSttni Gutters aid the (nltklnf huchu to teell kept teuntry Aomct ani ttttta. 5W66D-K1LLCR RTila weeds qidckly easily cheaply Bennanentlr. It gets down to till) ilitpcat toot. One application tlmt'n nil. Coat concentrated. You mix with JO times at much water. Apply with Brink ling can. Uaed all over the country uvl by eMe for beautifying streets anil hy hading railroads ou thousands of milts of track. Quart can (cnrttt IM sq.ft.) Me CaUifioin (rorrrj r00 sq.ft.) . . .S1.S0 tiaUimcan (JrtitMrztra) Si. no Order nmc for immediate ihtpmtnt. "lilut Rook" of further facts, on request. ATLAS PRESERVATIVE CO. rwDt.H. m Liberty street w NEW TOltK CHRYSANTHEMUMS Hardy colors: pink, rose, jellow, bronze. Indian ml, crimson, violet, wldto; strong pot plants: will bloom this fall: 20 for 11X0. prepaid. EDWARD WALLIS, Berlin, N. J. RHODODENDRONS Washington State Flower, col lected from the forest...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

JLsJf XUi.0. u THE SUMMER SHOWS T.IJ SUN, JOYS 1 EATON, (3r3ACE I HILL rT THE. PASSING T HE theatre managers arc pre- paring their campaigns for the COmltlC Se.lSOtl. ItllS n slugu- tar fart that thcio 1ms been In evciy case a disposition on the part of thin or that Impresario who has published his plana to announce that owing to the auccess of the theatrical season which has Just ended he la going to Increase hla enterprises Mill further. Not every detail of this work N known aa yet. but It In possible from the an nouncements already made to derive an idea of what the most important f the producers are to do. The plans of Klaw Erlanger for' next season are Incomplete at this time. Some of the productions they will make arc as follows: "Little Miss SprlnRtlme," an oper etta, with music by Emmet Ich Kal- man. composer of ".Sari," and "book ' by Guy Bolton, from tho original of Marten Brody. with acenlc equipment by Josef Urban, will bp produced with ; a company Including Oeorgc MncFn...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

. , X Hill OUiNi OOinl, u NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE WORLD OF THE PICTURES V kfUIIMlA JtiV 1 1 l MRS. ANNA PERRY, who at 89 haa the dlstlnotton of be ing tho oldest emotional ac tress In the movies, haa cre sted so much comment by her re nwrknble power of varied facial ex pression In Thomas II. Ince's master piece of fllmcraft, "Civilisation," at the Criterion Theatre, that Mr. Ince Is jilnnntng to feature her In a two reel picture to be produced In Culver City in 1017. Mrs. Perry Is the oldest resident of Octnn Park, Santa Monica, Cal. She hn two sons In the "movies," both of whom appear In "Civilization" and aro ve!l nblo to support comfortably their mother, but Mrs. Perry In her younger days wns a stanch advocate of wom an's economical Independence and be lieves in living up to her convictions even after having pasecd the three i core and ten mark. For a number of years she haa been singled out as n remarkable "type" by the most prominent artists In America, having posed for celebra...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. SPORTS CRAZE REACHES A CLIMAX IN THE SPORTS HATS a- 111 if Inspiration for Summer Millinery Drawn From All Quarters of the Globe and From All Periods The Result Is Amazing Diversity in Line, Materials and Trimmings Br ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. TUB fashionable world and the would be fashionable world lire sports mad this summer no; thut la not quite true: tIJiy are sports clothes nmil. As for the sports themselves, ono lay care about them or may not Bare about them, may go In for them or may merely sit In a sludid spot Ib their Immediate vicinity and drink .ool things out of long glasses In Which cracked Ice tinkles frostily: Ut one must dress the part. That la the important, the essential thing. Just how and why In this year of fcnxlety a tide of dress gnycty and udaclty has swept the country It Is difficult to understand. Perhaps the kports clothes are a protest, a des rate effort to lighten the prevailing Bloom; probably they nro nothing so rational; b...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. 9 WITH FLUFFY FROCKS GO FRILLY CAPES Br ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. COATS lmvc been Inllatod to di mensions warranted to nuniu tnoda'o the fullest nnd widest of frocks; lint to make assur ance doubly Hiiro, tho designers have given us capes capos that Impose no limitations on tho width or Isiuffnney of the froika worn umkr them. A emit overfull and ehnpclcss does fcsve a bunchy nlr, but u capo what does rnu e.pcct of u capo but frill uud flare? And how thoy do frill and flnrol Kvcry great Kreneh dressmaking hou-c has ent over eapts, some 01 thrni comparatively simple, somu of tin-in got gcotisly clulsitatc, mid Amcr li.m designers, (jiilck to accept thu hint have added innumerable mode of their. ii. ; A majority of the capo, both lm-' jiorttd and ilotmsttc, ale designed for dressy wear. It la the llulTj nnd dab. , erale frock that will tint Htalld crush-, Ing and for oidlnary purposes of street, , motor car. sc.. u looso coat 1m more i practical and sati...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

10 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. FEATURES OF THE MIDSUMMER REAL ESTATE MARKET RIVERSIDE PARK, POCKETS AND BflSre8l Ht ,y?rr The model of the Riverside MM shown here includei the district JVKRStlMJ UltlVK. ns It will imni'. ns 11 mil from the Hudson Rlvor 1 all the improvements to 11.11I0 by the city and the k inns, L X. when bo in New York Ccntinl Railroad h.ive been completed, n half dozen icars fiom now, may be peon In nnniatiiie at the Crand Central Station The model, which rep resents one of the innM cewtly semi-pub-lie developments that has been launched In this city In a long time, a develop ment which has bene agitated for a wore of years. In to be seen on the mezzanine floor nt the Lexington avenue side nf the bar waiting room. Though It is ninety feet ,10m;. stretching the full width of the waiting roi i-i. It iiYirisctits only the Riverside Dilve section of the West Side terminal Improvement which is to cost I160.0P0.O0ii to complete. Bccotso of the opposition which ha...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

J I THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1910. 11 OLD TIME ATTIC THING OF PAST pinrr Where Family Stored Holies Now Is Children's Section. Tt "f JHIir)itful childhood memory tlll ma)' ne found In old fh lor.fi hemes, where father uses a "mus. ttehf cup" anil a plush covered photo rrh "Ilium with n heart shapcrl tnlr ror tiil bnr clasps occupies n promt tient place on the "centre" table, nays a writer in the Hoatinon Magmtnr, But for tfce most part the attic, as we re rail It. I" thine of the pant, a thin of halloaed memory and romance. Of course there has been a more or )... appreciable movement by certain modern day pseuila poets to popularlxe attics by Inhabiting them and olllnc them i!tictoly or other'" "Rsrret," but lhl l. purely an effort to create an In. lfrt In bad verse. No, attics will nfer be In air.iln. Hut we illtres. The old fanhloned .'tic Well mlsht It hive been called the heaven to which all good and much loted thlnirs went when they "died" nil this happy hunting ground of the ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. PREPARATORY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES 8 Great Importance of the Rudiments of Culture Sub-Cellar of Educatiort Should Be Repaired at Once Where Needed Harvard to Give a Corrective Course in English Next Year. ANNE of the mort vital defects of V J inorqunn (.raining in wnai nogm oe termed tne rudiments 01 cut- i luic at cuiivkc luuunii hlmtelf for a mercantile career it necessary for him to study spcllinir hil handwriting Grammar and the. use of correct Kne lled an another stumbling- block for the' college graduate, ana Wcy remnn so until he dies. 1'erhaps the sumnia cum . laud graduates speak and write, not the king a English, but the best Amcrl- ; NEW YORK'S .PRIVATE SCHOOLS YOITNO MEN AMI HOTS. arnaho scunoi. rem hots. rVMtton. West ?4iid it. llors -nf ' nam all dar. Including Sit'v. Study nil.' rtbCiwrV, Ala. field. Kind's to Colli BWinur r'iiim ta w. a-i T. Pay DepLofNew York Prepjiitorr ."chill Summer aesslon for Sept.fcxxinlnatlonvtA ! atm....

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

1 - 1 or (0 FOL RTH SECTION 51 PICTORIAL - BUM PAGE? vLrllx 21XllL MAGAZINE ' f h YORK, SUNDAY, JULY jr, 591R. J W ,... M fmMv r.Muu, MOTHER'S BOY Photo Ij- KwrMtiJIiin A New Camera Portrait of Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt and Her Younger Son, George Vanderbilt

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

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