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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. I First Eastern Appearance This Season of Johnston, National Tennis Champion, Is Far From Auspiciou NATIONAL DOUBLES CHAMPIONS BEATEN (Tohnston anfl Griffin Lew to Behr and Murray at ! Crescent A. 0. HATCH GOES FIVE SETS William M. Johnston and Clames J. Oriffln, national doubles tennis eham (ilon. vera defeated br Karl H. Bahr and R- Ltndley Murray tn an exhibition natch at the Crescent Athletla Club at Jliy nidga yesterday afternoon. Tha tuiila went flva sets, with tha aeorta tt, 8 1, 4 , I and I 4. It was Johnaton'a flrat appaaranoa la tha Bait thta year. For tha sak of competition and tha welfare of tha much neglected dotiblaa department of our tennla It la a pity that Hehr and Murray cannot apara tha time to compete In the Eastern dou ble! at Lonnwood this weak. Ware they to play at Boston. It la hlfhly probable that they would qualify for tha final elimination at Onwentiia and event ually meet Johnston and Oriffln In tha challence round for the ...

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. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. Mam Star Ballplayers Have Entered Hall of Fame by Pulling " Barry s" During Critical Stages of a Game STEALING SECOND WITH BASES FULL COMMON 'BARRY' Mnny Other 'Hone' lMnys Have Gained Fame for Host of Unll TosscrR. ANDERSON' AND WADDEMj AMONG PACE SETTERS Ilr JUIOIITSTOP. Without Its full nun'n of "boneheads" baseball would not be baseball ; It would be a mere mechanical device of hlttln knit catching balls. Tho "hone" are the comedy, the light side of baseball : they give the game, Its flavor. All "bone" nre not funny, of course : some hove been very dlostrous. When Jderkle failed to touch second In 1008 It lost the (Hants a penn.int nnd almost wrecked tho career of a great ball player. Hut Mcrkle's play was an ex ception; It really was not a legitimate "bone." I'layers had been doing what Fred did In 1908 for years and Rot away with It. Merkle was caught In a tough place and wan guilty. However, ho was partly to blame, as mil, a nttsburg player, wa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

T " w THE SUN, SUNDAY, .JULY 28, 1918. ? 6 KecorJs o Golfers for Season Indicate Fight for Amateur Title Will Be Open With No Ruling Favorite AMATEUR GOLFERS AWAIT BIG TEST ON MERION LINKS rHiminnry Season Is Over and Championship Is Not Far Distant. HOST OF DOGS FOR DNION HILL SHOW NINE GOLFERS WHO HAVE BEEN IN THE FOREFRONT OF THE AMATEUR RANKS IN COMPETITION THIS SEASON. 3Ioro Than 1,000 Entries, representing All Breeds. Are Entered. BOSTON TERRIERS IiEAD KIIIKHY AND LEWIS AHE METHOl'OLITAN ST A It 3 Tho amateur rolfert of the. country hare had their annual opportunity to prove, their skill In tournament piny, nnd from now until tho national amateur champlonthlp at Merlon In 6cptembr thty will And Rood eompttltlont few and far between. Ths uiual reiort tourneyi will bo rlnyed, but they nro unimpor tant nffalr. which afford little of the stiff opposition which overy atplrant for tho national title need. The flrat (tar Of tho golf season hat anded, and what tins It brought forth? H...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, Ml. Since Uncle Sam First Shied His Caster Into the Athletic Arena His Boys Have Led the World Over the Hurdles e ? OLD GLORY FENCE f" mrTnivn IMMS IN (Mod ,BY THEMSELVES i . Ijffntte fiam's Timber Toppers Cleaned Up in Every Mod , cm Olympiad. JBOB SIMPSON GREATEST JIURDLEB OF ALL TIME ft jPrtip In no branch of the track and JM has America recorded ao many vlo .tortjM or been quit ao successful aa In SilCh hurdling. Prom the my first Undo jllatnmy'g timber toppers have been al- (aost in a class by themselves. In no ntetmtlonat high hurdling competition n which the United States had a cham iBton entered has Uncle Sam failed to iwrlnc home 'the bacon. Back in 1S95 Jn .the dual meet be !tween tho New York A. C. and the 401 A. C tho first International k and field meet Uncle Sam ever Engaged In Steve Chane, that lnnky Ver inont farmer, carried the Mercury Foot to a glorious victory. Uncle Sam has Sdstuc m v. cult nwct(j lit ail Ul urn uiyrnpic tiurdllng compet...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Levinsky, Cross, Gibbons, McFarland and Britt Examples of Great Fighters Who Have Not Won Titles mi i mm Attn Anmlr OnAllIrlUrlo Ur 1 1 just a few famous boxers who ranked with the best, yet never wore a crown. s ARE INFERIOR TO RIVAL BOXERS .Miin.v n True Loader of His fliis Has Failed to Land Title. l.APK OK HITTING POWKK HA HS SOMK n,- THK VRTERA.N. It Is not always the best man who wears tho medals, and this applies with peculiar force to pugilism. Many h boxer who never line been referted to ns even a "nnr" champion has had much more class than the tltlehniier, and ring his tory Is full of Instatiiea n which chain plons In performance have been kept In the background while an Inferior pugilist holding the title gathered In the glory und the cash nnd the other chap fed on huks. The reason f r this Injustice Is not difficult to discern. The fortunate boxer Willi the title realized that It would n-e.in oblivion to him If he go: tntn the ring w'tlt h...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

ThE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. Fightings and Frolicsome Black Bass May Now Be Taken in Long Island, New Jersey and Up-State Waters WANT TO TRY SCOW ! FISHING FOR BASS? Hero's How It Is Done on Dcln wnro Klvcr at Present Time. WOMEN ACTIVE IN OUTDOOR SPORTS i Aiiffllii, In Piirtieiilnr, n Pas time Enjoyed by Mpinbers of the Fair Sex. SEA FLEET URGED "A-L-L AB OARD!" FOR FISHING TRAIN Scenes on 5:il0 A. M. Special for Wreck Lead, Where All Are Acquainted. WOMEN ANGLERS AS SKILLFUL AS MEN IN HANDLING ROD AND REEL TO HUNT SHARK Angler of Experience Tells Thrill of Going After Tisrcr of Scnif. THE OUTFIT REQUIRED IHG. CATCHES RECORDED SPEGfATj OUTFIT NEEDED WOMEN EAHLY IMSKIts 8 I I r ARotm. Banculi., Dutchess County, N. T July it. Tho writer has noticed numer ous Inquiries In the Rod and aim ml timn asking for Information about fresh water fishing, and for the benefit of those not familiar with this branch of angling and who are desirous of spending a vacation or taking a trip Into tha...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

News of the Summer Resorts Theatres Fashions Real Estate Gardens School News sm i x SECTION 3. TWELVE PAGES. Utt NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. cwhm. iu, m pmriM fuM! amohmm. LENOX COTTAGERS HOLD EXHIBITION OF LARKSPUR Sweet Pea Contest at Bar Harbor Won by Mrs. Robert Winthrop for Second Time-Women Enter Season Contest for Golf Trophy Lenox, Mam., July St. Midsummer tin brought to Lenox the last of the cetttgew ami throughout the rcalon there have been many anclal activities. A serlee of gold piste dinner, meetlnga to view unci dlroura various specimens of garden flowers, afternoon teas, fol. lowed by bridge whlat and an occasional dance at the take Mahkeenac Boating Club, have been Among the affairs of the week. From Canada have returned thoee who go to Cascupedla legion annually for a few"weeks flailing. Mr, nnd Mrs. tilraud Foster, tllrnud Foster, Jr., Mlsa lltlolse Meyer. Ml as Oertrude I'arsnns, llrown Caldwell and hie eon George CaMwrll are among thnae who paased a part of ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916: SOJOUNERS MERRY AT ASBURY PARK READY FOR THE PRESIDENT For Two Months He Will Have Hip Executive Offices at Ocean Resort.- AraVRT Park, N. J July 22. While President Wilson will have his lummtr home at Shadow Lawn, Anbury Park will Me more of the Chief Executive than any other resort, owing to the fact that the executive office will be located here. The announcement nave an unex pected hut entirely weh-ome Impetus to .....i..,.. - .. a .i.. . - - " " summer period. The resort already finds Itself preparing to entertain the President, lirobably for two months or more, dur ing the warmest political campaign tn the country's recent history. Spacious quarters for the President' offices have been leased on the fifth floor of the new Aabury Park Trust Company Budding, on the most prominent corner in tne business section of the town. Only the larger delegations that are expected to visit Mr. Wilson this summer will go Hnrry Smith of Ynnkers and Itlchard to...

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

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. KEESlESiststststststststst vkJMl MPff' t-Sw cr.H sBLB rrVjT T X" y i n V tfyi lt 1 1 III I j-. ytW " '' if - - .v'v WM r ' ' -Jli jh Hl llHHlBilk IB 'm kH The Misses Betty LAKE GEORGEBATHERS WELCOME CITY FOLK Great Hush to the Cooling Waters Follows Approach of the Hot Wave. Lxr rjnonne. N. Y., July 22 The ' contlnmd hot weather of the past two weeks has sent trent (locks heic In an fltort to find a i-uol tspot. All day long the many good lieaclvs alonij the lake lire simply black with bathers. i M. Paul Phllippotviiux, the French ; trtlft. and his wife, together with Nlnn , Marguerite Pratt of New Orleans, tiro , tleimln .h Al,.n.,.,ln lt,,l..l for the ' ttrpplng at the Algonquin Hotel for the , mmmer. The Lnke (Jeorge Country Club di rectors held a luncheon to-day, and In tho fierniMin fast hydroplane races were run off tinier the direction of Coinnuxlore a., L. Judson, president of the American Power Una! Association. Mrs. F. K. Pei lody of New Y...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

' ,ir t 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. - 1 V i 15. COTTAGE DANCES AT 1 LAKE HOPATCONG , 1?oiiiu1 of Social flayptv .Trrxp.v Bpnort, Never Morn flrilltant. Ml TjAki: HorATCoNo. N, J.. July 22. The A Mst neek of delightful weather has brought targe Influx of summer visl .tor. l thin charming reaort, which la approaching ltn height. The. lake In tarnitgril dully. There ha been much , entrrlu nlng, and a:nong the hostesses who lwe contributed to the pleaiure of th rottagerB by dinner and coach ing parties are Mr. and Mrs. I Talma ge. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs. T Kempeon, Mr. and Mra. O. I.athrop. , Mr. and Mra. If. Lawrence, Mr. and Sirs. F. Kowler. Mr. and Mra. I II. Hpauldlng and Mr. and Mr. IV U Llv Itigrton. On Tuesday the Invitation tennis tournament on Mra. Herbert Reynolds' private courts will begin. The follow Ing contestant will engage In match games on that day and the following: Miss I Psrsons, Mis F. Morse. Mra. L. K. Thompson, Mra. A. Wlltlnaon. M. Csrpenter....

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

S THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. MIDSUMMER DAYS IN THE FIELD AND FLOWER GARDEN . KILL THE WEEDS end tuttets 15 WD-KILLR tJO noli auiekly ully cheaply penstnrntly. It gets down to the deepest footi. one application that'a all. ComM concentrated. You ml with 30 time an much water. Apply with nrtnkllng can. I'aed H over the c mm try used by elUea for beautifying streets end by leading ratlroadi on thousand of tnllos of track. Quart can (rwert ISO it, ft.).,. ,t0 flatten ran (enter too . ft.), .11.40 i iMm ran (JretQht mra). , .,$6.00 Oritr nine for immediate ihipmtnt. "Blvi Deck" of further fact, on rui(. ATLAS PRESERVATIVE CO. knl. II. s liberty Itml yntw tork RHODODENDRONS Washington Ststs Flower, col lected from the foreat. 25 collected planti. 5 to 10 inehea, $1.00 100 Planti. by prepaid parcel poit, 3.75 Traniplanti. $150 per doiro, poitptid. Potted Planti $5.00 per 100. JOEL SHOMAKER, Olympic Nature Nuraery, Nellita. Washington. -f ruit picki SShSI nSf IpmI am HMM btttttfl!. Kau...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. i WHAT DO SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS SPELL EHot ' ' ' j'' A 8 a sequel to the celebration of the Shakespearian tercente nary, which brought to tho rture a an Inevitable Incident of the celebration of this SOOth annlvcr MTT many productions of the r-oet's plays, Tils SfN 1 able hero to clvo the opinion of a number of managers M to whether or not Shakorrcare really does spell ruin. Rome of tho productions this seoflon have met with the most satisfying financial returns. Jrhaps the season of Sir Herbert Tree vai the most sttcccse-ful. But the Shakespearian performance of the present yenr have been more prosper mm then usual, which -was probably to expected In view of the Interest routed by the various celebration of the anniversary of tho (poet's birth. It wan the opinion of manager mm to the enduring popularity of Shakespeare that Tnt Run's the atrtcal reporter set out. From the managers their belief as to these polnte was sought; Can Shakespeare be 'made to...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

; ,-'... jyii 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. THE SUMMER SHOWS i iSlEEN IN Li:tNf)ltK I'LiUl'II I always fr.mli. I.:iit we'U she wait Kindly tillliiB the world how f'lp hr ame fninoux and till the time few piTMiNi even rucpectoil that nhc was in the trust lilt renowned. Now fhpn .(tint as uenerously rIvIpk advice, to dtl.. This Is a x.unple of it: 'My tness.iw to youne irls is that tlirv work h.ird very hard. 'The stapp calls for work of perhaps n hrnltr character than any other form of employment that a ulrl can do. Kor esaniplp, were t tn carry you throuch n day with my present oc rupa::m, ou would Ilnd me breakfast lap early: making a visit to the con turner; lieclnnlns: rehearsals at 10;30; ppendltiK fifteen minutes for luncheon; renewing rehearsals until .I o'clock at nih'lit. laKlns a hasty dinner: back to rehearsals at ,S l, M , and then to my hotii room to study my part. This In no flnecure. Let no young Klrl Imagine that Kolnt; on tile Mate has merely luxury ami ease as I...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. ' it 3ut It's Only a Rumor and Mean J, while the Summer Frocks De- mand and Deserve Attention ly ELEANOR HOYT BRA1NERD. T HB air ta full of fashion rumor. Over in Paris ths makers of modes are prepar ing for their openings and the se .reU of those preparations are be- tag guarded almost aa oarofully a the ' secrets of the War omce, but teaks i .will occur, and ao one hears scraps of -prophecy, whispers concerning long "Skirts. First Empire waists, trslnod ysrsning frocks, plaited street skirts and many another detail of dress to corns. Just how reliable these whlrpers arc remains to be seen, and Just which of the modes experimentally launched at I the early openings will develop Into an ' accepted fashion also remains to ho aeen, but i the meantime women are i .wearing the clothes that spring edicts sanctioned and wonylng very little .about Parisian plans. It Is tho buyer, , the manufacturer, the merchant, who I do the advance worrying. But tho summer...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

9 VARIATIONS IN THE INDISPENSABLE WHITE TUB DRESS THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Now It Shows Originality in Pockets and Girdle and Is Made in Many Materials Bt ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. TIIK separate lull skirl has wajs been n summer essential Willi n few such skirts of sturdy type but snowy whiteness end a plentiful Hpjly of tltigcrir blouses running from tulloiod linen to embroidered nnd laro trimmed batiste, organdy or vollo, u woman Is prepared for many summer occasions ml cnn easily keep Immaculate, where one piece tub frocks of sheer cotton limply fall her nml one piece frocks of linen prove too warm, Ho the tailored white tub skirt of pique or wash corduroy or llnoti or cotton cord Is nn established and val ued Institution: but this summer tbp separate skirt mentis far more than usual. Where It Is built up of the familiar stuffs II takes on new clever rlglnallty In pockets and girdle, and It la made In many materials that earlier reason did not know and In many ways that hnvo ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

10 3 THE SUN. SUNDAY. JULY 23, 1916. 1 FEATURES OF THE MIDSUMMER REAL ESTATE MARKET i J DECAY SPOILING MANY FINE CITY BUILDINGS Changes of Temperature, Action of Gases and Other Chemical Agencies Responsible for Blight to Be Seen in Many Places n- VAVAMU h i:hi.k. It lii pathetic to meet Willi so many xhlbltlntm of decay In various kinds of building stone so commonly used m days one by, and which, ho far ,is that goes, re still more or less: In general use. To' realize 1 lie extent to which decay In Steinways to Abandon Old Home, Landmark of Time When Fourteenth Street Was Musical Centre stone may so. one needs liut walk cases Initial illsnte,:r.ttl"ii ts lorn post through nr-y ancient chuichynrd, such poncd, anil uno bundled ears or more for example- tin ttiat of the famous old ' may pass before serious daaugc Is maul Trinity Church In New York city All j fest. The., agencies of decay may be ths headstones there, dating from 100 'classed ns ortf.uilo. frlcllotiul. mcehnnl years bac...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 191. 11 EXPERTS DISAGREE ON ZONING PLAN Cfdcrafrom Buys Tt Will De stroy VhIiipr Mortimer Says It Won't. SI. CederMrom, real estate expert for lha I'uhllc Service Comm!es!oti and n member of the Ileal Mitata 'lonrd. In having a merry rllanute with OeorRo T Mortimer, prrahlrnt of the iCqultable HulldliiK Company o"er the, proliahle ef fect the proposed zonltiK plan and building liclftht llmltntlon will have, on property values. Mr. Cederatrom rep resents the views of the Ileal Estate Hoard, while. Mr. Mortimer apeak for the elly plan commission, of which he If i member. Mr. Cederatrom say that zoning and height limiting; will destroy reilty values and will plunge the clly almost Into bankruptcy. Mr. Mortimer says It will do no such thins;, hut on the contrary will help and harden realty values. The controversy started with n letter from Mr. Cederatrom to the Hoard of Ktlmst protesting mtalnst tho aonlng plun. In which he said In part : "The adoption of the f...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

12 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JUL 23, 1016. PREPARATORY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES What Is Going On Within Academic Walls Tome School Will Have Latchstring Out All Summer v Modem Language Atmosphere at Middlebury College Wesleyan Enlarges Its Grounds. TO.MK SCHOOL nt fort Deposit, Md.. Is not entirely closed thin summer. One of the cottage on the campus designed for faculty use la being kept Open the entire summer for the reception and entertainment of visitors. nobcrt W. Ttinstnll, hand of the e.lns leal department, mid Mr.-. Tunstnll; Cecil A. Ewlng, head of the msthemiitlCH department, and Mr. Kwlng , J. Melville Arthur, head of the science depart ment, and Mr. Arthur, and Frederick B. Ilemry. head of the modern Inngunitc NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS ttSulsit ttP. s and ant a. . BARNARD SCHOOL FOR BOTH. rMdatnn, Went I42d at Flora mar re aaln all day. including Mat y, study hour, Tsanl, Court a. Ath.neM.KInd g to College. Mr. CARPRNTF.R'S) SCHOOL far BOYS 88-SIS Wee Rod Are. Tei (lot....

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

HEADQUARTERS OF A DIVISION OP GEN. CADORNA'S ARMY IN THE HIGHEST PASS OF LAVAREDO. Drawn by Ludovica Pogliaghi. !g SOS ITALY'S DIFFICULT TASK IN CONQUERING THE TYROLEAN ALPS y 3fegpg''Tfg::fc9 First Publication in America of KP jjff' frr 1 ZSsgrj Remarkable Pictures of Actual LHHiiMaMB ITALIAN ALPINI, COMPOSED OF TRAINED MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS, SCALING ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT PEAKS IN THE DOLOMITES. Drawn by Pogliughl. a SOS MILITARY MASS BEING CELEBRATED AT AN ALTITUDE OF 6,800 FEET, FOR THE SOLDIERS GOING INTO BATTLE. Drawn by PogUaghl. SOS

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