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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

TO,- 4j, y. " THEVSUtt AND NEjW YORK HERALD; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19&). FIFTY-THIRD SHOW 'f Resigns Cabinet Post OF WATER COLORISTS Paintings by Older Members of the Society Viewed With Host Satisfaction. "PATH OF GOLD" PLEASES Presumably Hudson Bivcr View by Oifford Bcal-It Is Most Effective. , . J HIT n I III BSSSSSSES3flBiBjji' v -sp-? The eye rests longest and with most satisfaction at the fifty-third annual ex hibition of the American Water Color Society upon the works of men who already have achieved reputations, such as GlfTord Beat, Chauncey F. ( nyder, Haley Lever, Paul Dougherty and the late Alden Weir. Oh, most particularly the eye rests upon the water color land scapes of Mr. Velr, which have a mel lowness and an easy Intelligibility not always to be found In his oils. But of the rank and fllo of contrib utors little that is hopeful may be urged. There is an Immense usage of gouache to be noted, with the usual opaqueness and heaviness In the hands of the Inex pert: th...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Z iHi!) SUN AND BW 1 .1. SOCIETY EMTERTAINSK i AT DAYTONA RACES France Under a New Cabinet xukic ntitiAhn, sundae, ITOftUAKY 8, 1920. Bcherer. OHOSES CHUNK JUUWiWf. II j & utomotilc Evcnf Bring To- ? . frcfhcr International Tlirontr r " '. s of Sncctatorg. It. MEASURE CRAFT IN RIVER V iff Many Yachts Drop Anchor at (ho Clulj Hotels Crowded With New Arrivals. f'l: Tiiytova. PTa. Yth. 7. As toon as $ "'A. G. De la. Mater, director and man- ( aer or the New Toric Automooiie As sociation, wired to the American Auto mobile Association that the date was , tinea jor we iri oi un ' 'on ihe beach all Daytona, society folic end wlnttr visitors becan to arrange parties for to-day. The Daytona beach automobile races brine toeether the most International thron of spectators that rather anywhere in America. All of the hotels had to arrange for capacity houses for tsls week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Foster. Mm. Will iam If. Earle, Mrs. Fred Hovt, Mr. and Urs. O. H. Hathaway and their son, Mr. and Mr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

?JrT THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAJLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. rFIoof 15W 34 Sti TENNIS SWEEP FOR LONGWOOD SQUAD Jloslon Racquet Welders Tnlto Five Straight From Heights Casino. TENNIS RULES' FATE f Mm BANKS FAIL Leading American Candidates for- Davis Cup Team TO STOP SHOOTERS X. y. A. C. Members Carry On at Travers Island Traps. STILL IN DOUBT Optional Try-outs in Hantlicai) Events Only Small Consola tion for Committee. HAKTB DEFEATS MATHEY J. P. DONOVAN IS HIGH FOOT FAULT "WILL WORRY ft ' " i.t 11 '- '" 1 1 , - i" t i 1 1 . .. p . 1111 i i i : LongWood Cricket Club Makes Sweep of Tennis Matches With Heights Casino ' 1 ,. 1 vt Visitors Clinch Dual Moot Vic tory Willi Four C6n tests Still to Play. Tmgwooil CrlcketS Club of Boston made a clean sweep of Its tcnnlj imtrhps with the HpIkIus Casino of llrooklyn on the hitter's Indoor courts eprda tahlnit five of tho nlno inatches wheiluled for tho two days' nifot that winds up this nfternoon. Tint iwrformnnco clinched the dual meet vic tor...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOjRK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 190 11 r w 1 V SJfl . ,, Mmm Thnrmwhbreds. Hachneus and Other & ' LADY SWEEP WINS THE JUNIOR DERBY Beats Field of Good Three-Year-Old Sprinters in Fea ture at Havana. , IEADS CONSUL BY NOSE Carmody Guides Yorltville to .Victory in Fourth Bacc Nepo Scores. Bftchl Veirtteh to Tns Scn axo Ntw Voce Mould. IUtana, Cuba, Ftb. 7. Lady Sweep Won the Junior Derby Handicap, a sis furlong sprint for (hrM-year-olds, at Oriental Park to-day. Her victory was a popular Jnc Sho was coupled with 11 Us Patty as th 'W. V, Th raves entry. Tlio favorite. Clearing Up, proved a bis disappointment Sho failed to finish In the money. Miss Sweep was never far from the nace and when It came to a drive she responded gamly and got up to. win by a nose, with Flrrt Consul a fength and a half In front of Horace Lcrcn. Yorkvllle aded another race to his al ready lone list when he galloped off with the fourth event He ran very Im pressively, defeating the S to 5 f...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Rp 71 i 'THE SUN AND mW VORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Fifty-four Different Breeds, 1,612 Actual Dogs, Representing 2,780 Entries, to Be Benched at Westminster Show Dog Show Entry Is the Best in Many Seasons Pacific Coast, Canada and Middle West' Exhibitors Will Be Prominent in Westminster Kennel Club's Exhibition in Grand Central Palace. 1 International Match Season's Golf Treat lly JOHN G. ANDERSON. America's Greatest and Largest Dog Show On This Week Br FRANK p. DOMJ. America's greatest annual canine con tress, tho forty-fourth renewal of tho Westminster Kennel Club bog Show, viii uo staged in ina arena central Palace, from Wednesday to Saturday, and with 3,780 entries -representing 1,612 actual does the capacity of tho large miliums win be taxed to the ut most to find rooms for all the exhibits, tho eleven Judging rings and exercis ing spaces. The show will have to be bioltcn up and the benching cover three floors, so that exhibitors In, more than one breed and the handl...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

m, Q -h t ,. IW W V 1-" W mvmm !,.., a-j w i fj m. j i j-- ,, X n i ' ' - i ' ' "'" " i I. Fishing Through the Ice Gives Fun to New York )Anglers---Neu)s and Gossip of the Boxers-Cards t7" AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE ) I PICKEREL FISHING GIVES ANGLERS FUN Tom Mix and Tuna Taken at Catalina. ) LEONARD HOPES TO KNOCK OUT DUNDEE Queries, Answers and Problems for The Sun's Card Players BARGAINS r i. I- Reason Now On In New Yorkj State Streams and New England Waters. FEBRUARY BEST TIME A Scrapper Putting Up Fierc est Fight Whon Frost Is King. Br nonuiiT page lincoi.iv. Pickerel fishing through the fee Is now en In Maine, New Hampshire, Verniont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecti cut and In New York State. "Here Is one fishing for pickerel with rown perch for bait. You look into his pall with wonder an Into a summer pond, aslf ho kept summer locked up nt home, or knew where she had retreated. How, pray, did he get these In mid winter? Oh, he got worms out of rotten logs, sinco the ground fror...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

TSE SUN AND NEW 'YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. ALL READY FOR BIG BROOKLYN SHOW rasscngcr Cars and Trucks Will Bo Shown in Big Armory. The ninth annual exhibition of the Ttrooklyn Motor Vehicle Dealer Asso ciation will open at the (Twenty-third Ilfftment Armory next Saturday nlrht 'When the door of the big armory are thrown ore tho motorcar enthusiast nill see the belt and the most interest lnc show ever clven Jy the enterprising organization. There are nany exceptional things connected with the comlntr exhibition. First It is Kolns to be a combined pas renter and commercial cor ahow, and tint In Itself makes It worthy of notn. When the commercial car first began to form part of the life of the commun Ky it was believed possible to hold u separate show for business vehicles. After trying It for several years the Vehicle Dealers Association came to the conclusion that, although the commer cial car was absolutely imperative In the life of the borough the general pub lic was no...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

w mi 9 I If ... 10 2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, 3UNDAY, pBRUAftY 8, 1020. HO BUSINESS WITH SOVIET RUSSIA (Packard Company Takes Ex ception to Statements Made 1 Before Senate Committee. One of the Fine New Porter Models. "If this man Martens flays that the Tackard Motor Car Company has a positive desire to entor Into export rein' tlons -with Soviet nussla lie Is an un mitigated liar," says Col. Fred Card-. way, export manager of the lacxaru Motor Car Company, regarding the re cent statement to the Senate foreign Relations Commfttoo by the so-called , Ilusslan Ambasiador to tho effect that j n number of prominent American manufacturers wore eager to do busi ness with Soviet Russia. Tne PacKard Unix. r. fntininv HrftflCll tll8 1181. "The 'commercial department of the) JRlfiaian Socialist Federal Soylet C-overn-mont began their overtures last July. , ...ivii n letter from their De- trolt ofllce." said Col. Cardway. "They began by stating that Soviet Itussla was tntereted Jn the purcha...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

7i 4r '?rtp 2 WES SUN AND WEW .YQflK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY fi, . 1020, ' 11 H. A. C.C.WILL HAVE A FINE NEW HOME Hig Organization Has Out grown Old Quarters and Will Movo May 1. After twenty years In ono building, which tlio automobile Industry his now outgrown, the National Automobile chamber of Commerco will movo on May 1 from 7 last Forty-second street. uhlch hua been to tho automobile In duttry what 2$ Broadway has been to tho oil Industry, to tne new Merlin' Itockwoll Building, at Madison Avenue unci Kortyslxth street The fourteenth and fifteenth floors of tho new building will bo occupied, the bulldlns plans providing not alone for ample room for the new departments and rapidly expanding work of the chanr ter. but for a board room twenty-eight by flfty-three feet, with a vault celllnp nineteen feet high, to comfortably seat 'ii people. This room will be offered to other automobile associations requiring Urge meeting places, so that It will be a rtntral headquarters for all a...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Ms: 2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1920, - - i .mmmbMBMMBMMT ", J i ..m m I I t BAST AND YEST TQ MEET AT.BELLEAIR 31, IC. Kerr and George R. Balch lead Golf'Tcunls. STAR "PROS" MATCHED Hohcrtson and Hutchinson to Play for $1,000 a Side'. SpcM Vtipalch to Tns BtH and New Toix IlEHlLD. " Bxluair Heiohts, Kla., Feb. 7. At tho present moment Bellcalr can oftcr CpK players and enthusiasts more In the way of entertainment than any resort In fyb country. An event that Is bound to attract attention from one end of tho United States (o the other l tho coming itum match "bitween the East and the West. This will bo the first time that ucn a match has ever been played, but from tho Interest shown ao far It will not be the last time, and It Is safe to ay that golfers hero can look forward to this event each year. Hamilton K. Kerr of New York will lead tho Eastern forces Into battle, and Oeoreo It. Balch, formerly president of tho Western Golf Association, will head llie Wester...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

ECTICHT $ i4 pAges. ' tm AND NEW.YORK HERALDfcMr r Ik, NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1$2Q.cpvtw, wo, v a sun-aui carnation. MISS HEWITT FINDS ROMANCE IN AND OUT OF WORK IVilh Incubator She Supplies Chickens and a Bakery for Needy in France. Decorated ly the French fo Ecconstruction Work, She Is to Bo Married. ,' f This Is a. atory of how a chlckon Hi lit a bakery and la a, sidelight on a unique achievement in one of the most war battered sections of devastated France. The work is that of Miss Lucy Hewitt, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rlngwood Hewitt, . whose en gagement to Professor William Burke Belknap of Louisville University was announced on last Tuesday. Achievement is characteristic of members of the Hewitt family. Before Miss Hewitt, granddaughter of Abrum B. Hewitt, familiarly remembered aa Mayor of New Tork, and great-granddaughter of Peter Cooper, merchant and philanthropist, was old enough to develop a bent, older members of her family had Stepped into the limelight o...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

CHARITABLE WORKS CROWD DAYS PRECEDING LENT Cotttoved fren Preoe4lo Peg Mr. McOormack and Miss Garden have donated their services, and as Mr. Charles B. Dillingham has given the nn of the Hippodrome, the men of the lesion are confident that the net receipt m solve all their present difficulties. The honorary chairman tor' the con cert ta Major-Gen. Robert Alexander, commanding Madison Barracks, while the honorary vice-chairman la Commo dore Louis M. JoeephthaL The execu tive commutes includes' Mr. Theodore Do us lis Roblson. chairman; Messrs. Francis LeB. Bobbins, Jr.; Courtlandt D. Barnes, LorllUrd Spencer, Edward C Delafleld, Nigel Cholmcley-Jonea, Mark A. Luescher, D. F. McSweeney, Geo rye Whitney, Arthur W. Page, George Brokaw Compton and David V. Bennett The women's committee Includes Mrs. James A. Burden, chairman; Mmes. Bobert Lee Bullard, George Whitney, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.; Henry P. Davi son. W. do Lancey Kountzc, William B. Osgood Field, Harry Payne Whitney, Forsyth Wlc...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW. YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 9 IN WOMEN'S : CLUBS, FKKDKBICK I.OEURR CO. nrtOOKI.YN AnVKHTIHKMKNTfl. fukiiickicic r.oKSKn a co. Continued from Preceding Paai, Attar. Tho discussion whirl, w nn rr lha rilrftftlnn nf Mm .TMm TLTn tkoble, look plc in the north ballroom. u wb louowca oy 'ropica or uio Day, presented by Mrs, Albt Leon Phrc, ind this In turn bv n onn nnt nlnv Thr Dear Departed," presented by tho iifnaerson vmyna. Tn9cene vnxs laid In a provincial town on a Saturday at t Under thj auspices of a joint com mlttr ot Wcricy House Settlement and Bt CbrlHtopher'a Home a hqllday sonit recital will bo given by Mrao. Mabel flarrlsmi ot we Metropolitan Opera company nt wirnccio Hall on tho nf tcrnoon of February IS. Thu twn Kha.i tic will sbaro In the proceeds. Scats wid twxca may pa obtained from Mrs. Mabel Park Valentine, S7 East Slxty arfond street. On the rnmmliton in chars ore MVa Anna Taylor Jones, rnairman; Mrs. 11m biuriovant, vice chairman; Mrs. M...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

STATECRAFT GIVES WAY TO Jin Society in National Capll tnl Pnnces for Son them Belief. TEHEE BEAUTIES PICKED Misses Nancy lane, Anno Gor don and Frances ildmpson Unofficially Proclaimed. WAsnrNGTO, D. C Feb. 7j In WaMtlngton, where society goes hand In hand with diplomacy and statecraft even with tho common or garden variety of politics life Is never dull, either to those who are part of the cast In the great drama or to those who are merely Intelligent units In the audience. Even If one has occasionally tho feeling ot having eaten the same dinner, danced the same dances, taken part In tho same flirtations, echoed the ramo platitudes for several eternities the re i Is always the sense of vital, aye, even fateful, undercurrents which are sweeping nations and Individuals alike, somo to disaster upon unseen rooks, some to safe and pleasant har bors. Always one has a realising sense of watching history In the making, even when one pauses and turns back -for u glanco at pages In volumes l...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

ill ' i hi 11111111 i ii ii w i bp in ii hi i 111 ii w i i iii mmm mm hiihipmihshwi m i i m wi i ' i in ;v;v (Viy i.;v bv THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, .1920. V, 'r HEATHEN SANDALS AND FANTASTIC SHOES FOR SPRING Conspicuous Place Slated for the Models Paris Wore Last Summer Cuban Heel Revived Round Toe and Short Vamp Trying to Van quish the American Last TirciXR are times In tho history ot women's npparcl when tho accessories become ot prime Importance. It may be minimizing shoes and hats to coll them accessories, but to tho average woman they occupy this place In relation to the larger part of her costume Now and then, as the epochs change, shoes go through a decided revolution. The fact that tho too turns from pointed to round, or from round to fquaro, may seem negllgiblo to tho majority of women until tho subject comes up to them to bo decided; but It is never negligible; it is a question that affects so great a part of our In dustry that to tho men who deal In...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

QUAINT Infrfcato Trimmings of Grandmother's Day 'Again in Vogue but in More Economical Meas- - ure Shortage of Cotton nd Other Fabrics Spura Forehanded Women, K . STJTTOSB yon do belong to the !own trodden, picked npon bourgeoisie and have no more protpect of spending February and March In Florida than a stuffed flamingo pond aesthetically on one leg In a museum. Why fret about It? Jrwt apply a poultice to your wounded lt by buying here and now a Bum mer wardrobe or the makings of one and lay It away In preparation for the legitimate summer campaign, which will come to you in dne season ata great Bavins of railroad fore., Shopkeepers and dressmakers agree that more than at any other time in their experience tho fresh summery models designed for Southern wear are being purchased by home staying women to be laid carefully away for midsummer use. Also the lovely and anciently expensive 'cotton fabrics' by the yard aro being eagerly bought by the forehanded souls who have had a, seamstr...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN -AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 0r X. fur (nd VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF A WEEK IN THE WORLD OF ART W Interesting Exhibitions of the Work of George Biddle, j W. Scott Pyle, Claggett Wilson, Gaston Laehaise, ' ! bamnel Weiss By HENRY When on-wt critic meets another art critic coming down the avenue about six o'doclc In tho afternoon the nota eounded in the conversation that results Is not neceesarfly one of jubilation and d ovation of spirit, even when, aa sometimes happens, the jftrrnoon in tho fjaJlerica baa been ut improving one. Tho Jubilation is to be sounded in the review, of course, and In sounded; bat It la mended throagb a medium that has Its own rnlrj for tho projection. In other or&. If the art critic indulges in w many actual chuckles, bo trill not he able to chuckle into tho rev) ear. Amonfr actors, tho "French and the C. W. Kraushaar Art Galleries 680 FIFTH AVENUE On view: the following important paintings by WH ISTLER Coast of Brittany I N N E S S...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDw, FEBRUARY 8, 1320. PRIVATE SCH(30LS, -. - . . Latest News of the Life and i -Spirit Wcarrieolgm wf tttaa T ta gta leata of Msrrniotmt, TsJlJlown, St T, durrox tha ls week cf th Booth of, January. 1" Qe Secondary School the- higheat percentage, it, wna attained by .suss rxuitr waum. in u.o Conet" Biepartaent Mlsa Ethel McCaleb (ceired an, arcraso percemag " in murk the close of the midyear ex Btinatioofl the advanced French puplb care dorliw the week three one act plays In French, and entertained the au dience by their clever and faithful por trayal of Gallic cbaracterlatks. Winter epcrfB etaUlng. aleljhlng and akfins are occnplng the leisure bonra at the Uarytnoont smaenui. in the lnterclisa contest for the baa- fcetba!! championship, the Flirt Form defeated the Third Form, the acore to rn.; jg 17, while the Fourth Form, by an perl or team yfovk, won an easy vlp- toy crrer the Becona mra. f The college book ehelvea hava been enriched with many beau...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

tin AND NEtORK HERALD Ct. jnd . By LAWRENCE REAMER. v WITH the drama which Mls3 Maxlne Elliott selected to mark ber re turn to the stage of her-own land, the Play of the Reformed Mother hcs shown a new twist. "What brought the lady known B! Cordelia Prudence, although her name 18 In reality something else, back to her native land? It was not maternal love, for she had expressed an abhorrence for motherhood tatiUsbe stared hard for several minutes Into it baby carriage. There was do sense of a guilty conscience; since fhe had boldly proclaimed that her career in the various spas of Europe, extend ing over some score of years, had been only the name, not the game. She even lulled the suspicions of an old lover by saying she was poor because she would not receive money under false pretences. Thus was she different from all the other ladles who came back home after a while. - t In the csse.of Stephanie dc Mohrivart, It was not only the game'but the resulting name that made her famous th...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

'THE COPPEkHEAD'lN MANY STARS ON THE SCREEN Milt Norma Talmadffe in "Sbe Lores and Lie," at tho Loew Thea tre. Miss Madge Kennedy to Bo Seen at the Strand in "Tho Bloming Angel." tTha Copperhead" will be the eatnro photoplay at the IUvoll, 'with Lionel Barrymoro repeatlns on the ecrctn the performance of the chief role which he gave on the stage. Charles Malgno prepared tho scenario for Paratnount Artcraft from the play by Augustus Thomas. William P. Carleton, Frank Joyner and Miss Doris Rankin also are In the cast. As a prologue Lincoln's Gettysburg address will be read. Har old Lloyd will appear In "His Royal Slyness." The musical programme win Include Hueo niesenfMrts "American Festival March," with the Rlalto Rlvoli chorus. . Miss Madge Kennedy will appear at the Strand in "The Blooming Angel," a Goldwyn comedy of college days, written by Wallace Irwin. The cast In cludes Pat.O'Mally, Miss Marjorlo Wil son and Arthur Hdusman. In addition there will be a Selznlck feature, "The La...

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