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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

BBSmr. AOTrNBWTOTCK TOT ALB, SUNDAY, KEBRUAUT, T, WW. .-. Dr. t? , ! ' NEW SWEATERS TAKE RANK AS LATEST GARMENTS OF LUXURY Brilliant Offering Promises to Give Women Their Heart's De sire Tunic Type, an Outstanding Move, Made in Checks and Colors,Trimmed with Leather, Oilcloth-or Cretpnne. woman cnti approach the com- Mtbpti with a disccrnm? eye and f.-capc the Importance of knitted gar inentt It' appears that wo are !n for a season r sweaters do luxe. The garment has id its ups and downs. It has flashed hi Vine vtotni with a discernin.- eye nnd h.'..i..M ...... oe 01 lne c"rlous ,asn,u" ' or l" e"oc" taken on bUa during the war. and It la, , ( feKfi . i.id out of fashion like a comet. H tuiBjScotland did her beat to make the gar wen relegated to the commonest usage Intent fasclnajjng. even the Oriental coun cil lifted to the apex of foahlonablcllfw. trios bet up.th.ilr qualities of wool, anil a TaJhlon and patriotism cut down Its p.-o.jwomun finally considered herself well uiji tion...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

if-,' THE STJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUABY I, 1020. hvhK rAUnrUL uin fWLU rvCLA munis inn owv o jyius Midwinter and Earty Spring Models of Gabardine, Tricolette, Satin, Crepe de Chine and Taffeta Appear in Interesting Variety. rVSniTAPS there Is no type of dreaa fwhlch has ever Riven more .comfort and general satisfaction to women of nil degrees than the one plcco dress. This Id undoubtedly a truism and yet it can not be dwelt upon too often by Its benj- fleiarles for fear that if they do nqt rec ognlze their blessings on apme evil day the useful little one piece frock may be snatched awaj from them. Fashion Is proverbially a fickle dame. but after centuries of hlh handed and -nprlciaua proceedings with her votaries It was a merciful dispensation on her part to decree the reign of the one plcco frock nt a time In. the affairs ot women when life moved for them In a swift and almoa' overwhelming flood of public and private activities. It was, and Is, a time In which a typo o...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUX AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1020. VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF A WEEK IN THE WORLD OF ART Arthur B. Davies' Exhibition Paul Tribe and His OpinionsCom ments on Various Things. Sralttrv holds thn nlnttt however, and that's the main thlntf. Those who do get Into tho room will res tho I'ikiuia looKins very well. Whother tho stylo chanees or not. tho A. n. Davies doesn't. "Character never chances, as I am always Kln?, wcard lew ot tho fact that Bchopsnhauef said It "'aV i comparatively unimportant whether Davit is a modernist or not, inco he was from tho boglnnln a genuine poet, a ffrat class colorlst and a delightful iiuiiuvr. iic iK a modern, however, In Pile of hit Interest In thlnss Greek, tlnee he speakct In the lincunee of the day, and mvu ma cuior, too, is modern. It 18 CUrlOUD hOU- tlllS now onlnr h crept Into the modem palette, and no- utur miowh now it camo or from where ny ncviiY ii. JicuniDi:. Arthur B. Davies, who wems to Iiavo hii.n ft lanir lime awav. has mm h...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY T, Itiffl. 3 VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF ARTlMEETINGS OF WOMEN'S CLUBS HELD (OQNTINUpD FROM PRECEDINO ' PAGE.) Jaets and the broad expanso of London, (he Imposing grandeur of Norham Castle and tho homoly plcturcsqucncss of' barnyard, tho tragedy of the Delugo and ttt actlvitle&of flounder fishermen these and jidmcrgua .other., contrasts may be found iri'.tnoi'ff-Hrihti. Thoy constituto n play upon tho whole octavo of emotions hat may bo sounded In the soul of roan rj the beauties and moods and assocla tlons of landscape. Thero arc points of Interest hero foe many minds, for many Viewpoints. From the technical standpoint tho "LI her" Is of the highest Interest In Its subtle and delicate gradations. It represents the most' extensive usti, ever mado of mezzo tint fon landscape art Tho controlling In- nuence. wnioi). xurncr excrasea on me mezzbttnters appears In proofs with writ ton and drawn' corrections In pencil by Turner. Some . of the subj...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

rrr tltt AND NEW "YORK. HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, im$-Jf&&ESte. By LAWRENCE REAMER. tttIIL'N reconstruction bcgius in, W (ho theatre, where will its In riueuee be felt first? When the' imblii' erases to rush to the theatre In paying hordes, wlmtevcr tho quullty of lie pierformanee may he, where will iIk resulting vacancy flrnt be visible;? Undoubtedly in the theatres that house, the musical plays, ln.no other speciea of theatrical diversion has the strain, lo supply an abnormal demand been w evident .Utcr the depression fol lowing the outbreak of tho war tho play with music became the most popu lar resort of theatregoers. Apparently i here was nothing else they wanted to ft Certainly there was nothing else ilicy wanted to sec so much. t rcnec tup American stage managers mount the musical plays today ns none if their rivals in other countries. Not ' ,nlv in magnificence, which after all1 may be a negligible quality in thePc, iocesi. but. in spirit, in humor and cer...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1020. POPULAR PLAYERS IN POPULAR PLAYS THAT CONTINUE - - ' ' ' "ii $4, The Greatest Sporting Goods Store in the World Ma&oa Avenue aid 45th SL N YerL 10 '1 ' II ..." ' .. V i' : -v V' . is Mary Pyan in The Sign on the doop" Eleanor Dana, Arline Dewey, Vivian vernon, adelk hart, Anna West and ethel Claqk "in "Happy days ELSIE KA.CK-A.V ij tt.CE ttj MVDJVta a-j4 EVA. EAST SZ), i4 THEATRICAL HOTHOUSE, GREW MANY STARS The Avon Comedy Four Came from That Fruitful Section for Stage Talent, and There Have Been Many More. The Avon i Comedy Four, a quartet of sinslns and travesty mimes, who are ap pearing in "The Passing Show or 1919" and udd much to the hilarity of this now Winter Garden revue, came from the east side, as Joes many another enter tainer on the American stage. , In po'nt" of fact, a considerable quota of the fun in vaudeville and musical com edy hail its orisln in this district. Some of the mimes who have emerged from the! ...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

It AMDIlUBNTi. .1 AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Amusements. 'AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS, DIRECTION OF LEE & J. J. SHUBERT" THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1020, DV.AX U VJn EvsnlngsalsllJ A SALTA'lOItlAL SPECTACLE ...u.KX.,,?rS5 A tert. to. . Stand by J. ii. uv Arum -tiii n.Mn ! ii ii V. .wild? iff "rT. "ViM2 lotin Crone and ' '"" TM..ii?LiSftHTIFi3' nt,'a Mats. I lncoln a 11 day. Thnr- ik K6 VWWrJI cmmiv ..,....: NORAOAYKIivS WIlJWDattl2' EXTRA HMlSRVfi VICT0R MRlY NDA.SPARICS RBRT O'CWR HARID VIZARD EDWARD SEE GEORGE TRABERT I AH ALLURING AR&Ay OF BEAUTIFUL CIRXS TO-NIGHT ?T 1 SKUIGHT j 44 I fl aJ 1 . Eves. 8:13. Mats. Wed. A fl. 3:20. Tbuni, Feb. 13. O. M. ANDERSON'S &Mon..Keb.M. Jt $k tiff we aevue NELLIE AND SARA KOTJNfl. 1IENUV LEWI1. BARR TWINS EDWARD GAL HWMi;S JOtfEl,H LLEV. FRANK DAVIS iDELlJJ DARNELIj AND 40 SEE CHORUS 35 FRIVOL The Matlneea Thurj. and Sat. 3.30. THE THEATOE GUILD PreienU T0LST0V8 GREATEST PLAT POWER of DARKNES...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

TOE StJX AXD NEW YORK IIERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ' WW. y 12 12 5 t . .. . Ill Lf7J m rA. SM r T jnr -s Mat. Dally at 2. JA. 60. 7.V. 3.000 CHOICE A RATS, SOS. Eieept Pie. and Holidays. pAVM!t BROAOWAY AND street TWO I1IG CONCERTS SUNDAY. 2 AND H Engagement BELLE BAKER THE INCOM PA RABLE In an entirely new repertoire if, exclusive Son Second Wcek- WILLIAM SEABURY A Musical Rainbow Colorful In Beautiful Kit, Added Feature Artie Mehlinger & Meyer c, w. filming their own compoMHon. Extra Added Attraction GLENN & JENKINS "Working for the ltallroad.' DU TOR BOYS New Ideas In DanrcH ALGOLEM THOUFE Feituro Extraordinary HOWARD & CLARK In the Musi-al Romance "CHIN TOY" "With MAURICE DIAMOND and MXHTIN Jt PABBRINI .Tick King,' Kuiti ltord, Geo Sun Kl, Helen Smith and a ble tup urtiiu; company k& .Riverside IJ'H.VV At 06 St. Concert! Sun.. 2:15 Jt 8. Week of Feb. 2. Sophie Tucker and HER KINGS of SYNCOPATION THE SPANISH REVUE A .Hn.-mlkh Bone A Disco Divertissement. from tbe Lea...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

.1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1920. 18 STARS APPEARING IN OPERA, CONCERTS AND RECITALS THIS WEEK 7 ...n.,,,. i ',,-.13 Uft lo Right: Mit Frieda Hempel, with the Oratorio Society; Miss Irene William,, Society of American Sin8ert, Park Theatre Mit Mary Garden, Chicago Opera Company, Lexington Theatre; Mi Evelyn Herbert in "La Boheme," Chicago Opera Company, and Mme. Maria Barriento as Gilda in "Rigoletto," Metropolitan Opera Company, Metropolitan Opera House. MISS GARDEN AND MISS FARRAR, ARTISTIC RIVALS, DISCUSSED V. J. Henderson's Interesting Comparison of the Attain ments of Interesting Prima Donnas of the Chicago and Metropolitan Opera Companies. By W. J. HENDERSON. in thn iuIxikk of Mnrv il.-mln art now thrilling with their mtnual natures. That singularly Interesting personality is once again pervading Ler- tacton avenue, and the columns of those newspapers to which our little group of serious thinkers, and one or two arch Jesters like Mr. Iluneker, contribut...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

141 THE SUN AND NEW .YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, TWO. Great Metropolitan Musical Celebration v to Begin Today and Continue All Week Churches to Start Seven Day Festival with Oratorios and SpecialProgrammes Institutions, Musical, Social and Charitable Organizations, Manufacturing and Other Business Houses as Well as Public Schools to Take Part in It Music Show in Grand Central Palace, So wldo-reachlnc fcaa the brflaeneo of music become In New York lhat a week has teen eet aside toclnnlng today to cele brate the great advance In the art of tone tliat has taken placo In recent year ano to rail the attention of the city generally to the many musical activities that centre fn Manhattan. New York Music Week will open today with a series of gala concerts In the thea- rcs, the concert halls, the Metropolitan Opera House and the Hlpporome. Thero will be pc!al musical services In almost all churches. Quartets of excellent solo tits havo been specially engaged at some churches. Oratorios ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY T, tm 15 ALCOHOLIC JOKES AND ROLES NOT ABOLISHED WITH ALCOHOL Henry Lewis Confident Both WIH Be Greater Favorites Than Ever with Audiences, at Least Until Present Generation Expires. "WTrnt (i to b th fatft of prohibition joke now th&t prohibition It ututlly In tYirct'" "What I to become of the actor noted ' (or his abllltr to lako ho rola of a tipsy citlten returning In tho cold Bray dawn tn an Irate wife after an all night's oklrmlah with the These two questions wera toned at Henry L'ls In the Forty-fourth Strcot Theatre, where ho Is appearing In "Frlvoll um of iw ono dy WC4k 114 n' plied that there was alight chanco of the Vilcohnl'c Jokes and roles perishing with feie beverages themaelves. f "One the liquids aro inaoceaalble," said lur. Lewis, "comment on tho fact will i.mtirac more laughing- posilbllltlei than liver before. Man la quick to laugh at hla twn trials and tribulations when he sees Them duplicated on the stago. Do you...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

rmn m and new yohk herald, stxnday, February BAUER 1 on tne Ampico From Records Made Abroad and,,Scientifio ally Adapted for That Instrument., jVfl SCRIABINE jQ) U aCN ) 7yff( Who cbarois with the beauty of his pianistic art. If7 Wv (1 V 'yjy sustaining bis great European reputation. Mil x. Exclusively Ampico 'A rtists Only through, lite Ampico may the playing of these pianists be heard outside of their public appearances. The y-liave played for no other reproducing piano. ryjl h TOl generally known that these famous and beloved artists and mm. II infers play the piano fas delightfully as is .shown in the records thev nave made exclusively-tor tuc Ampico. 2 A. few or the many Favorite Artists WBo Ideally Inter pret the Music Which Every One Loves. Levitzki I pi 1 lr nnnrrwiv llv wvnp i.ATvnnw 1 The Incomparable AMPICO fteprodueityf Piano IT has been said "If there were an Ampico in every home now containing a piano, America would be the most musical country in the world." ' In every...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920.-Enr - BY 29 IS SET FOR AMERICAN HENLEY RACES Khilris Cup Event 3rny Be Combined With the Keatta. COUMHU MAN PltOTESTS Seeks Knrlier Date Kecanso of Conflict With Ex-' niiiinations. ARMY FIVE DEFEATS LEHIGH BY 23 TO 22 i Fast ana Interestintt Game Won 'by Cadets. Speciat DtipaM to Tin Sex and New Tom IUmiP, Wear Toint, N. Y Jan. 31. The Army matched victory from' Lehigh at basketball to-day during the Inst two minutes of play. Tho cadets won n fast and Interesting contest, 23 to 23, John ona sensational toss from tho middle of the court nnd Whltson'a foul goat giving the Army a margin of ono point . l when Tom Thorps blew the final whlstlo, The Eastonlans flashed a vyill drilled quintet, their passing and Moor work being excellent. Daniels and Lees both went out for too many personal fouls. Tho teams were tied at halt time, 10 to 10. Maurcr for Lehigh nnd DanloU nnd Johnson for tho Army starred. Lineup: Army (U), Lehlih !). Johnson Itlsht forward D...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

i''i''")'"l4?v, tmeni 0 jtf -3 Per Cent Raises for Dodgers MayGme Holdout Players Fresh Coma VrtSIMMONS-lffi jjAHLEY IS WMEff IN SQUASH MATCH v- Harvard Instructor TakcsPro' Series From Imffc-urgo. T of Yalo Oluh. SETS Twenty Dodgers Signed for 1920 Pennant Race WANTJOREYANKEE A Future Great Rival of Leonard With Steel Blades for Lightwyght-TjUcj sunn mm iOORD AT GOLF RirS 1 Mhw- Amateur Better X floss's 70 by Ono Stroke nt'FJncJmrfit. WJAPS THU TIN. AYIIISTLES Clips Pur Jty Two Strokes on Championship Courso With . Fine Card of 35-31-G9. BftcUl Dopatei to Tub Sis and Stir Tone JItlUD. Vivtuvm, W.'C, Jan. 31 Following on the heels of Alex Won, who estab lished a new low mark Tor the ecuson on tho championship course at Pine .hurst yesterday with 'a 70, Parker W. "Wplttemore of Brooklne went mr tho Ebbets Grants Big Increase to Brooklyn Players Yankees and Brooklyn' Club Announce Train ing Dates Johnson Again in Court. JJy ritBDEIlICIC G. LIED. Charley Ebbets, president of the Brookl...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Ml. TO' SOW 'AND NEWTYORIf HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, j5 iiii 4 ffcar Commodore of New York Yacht Club Accepts Directorship of Boat Which May Be Americas Ctj NICHOLS IS NAMED vjNim MANAGER Rem 'Commodoro Will Direct Affairs on Board Ameri can Sloop. pH0'' SKIPPER ENGAGED tfamtf of Pilot Is Withheld Changes Will Bo Made. It tins been decided by the cup com mittee of tho New York Yacht Club that near Commodore George Nichols shall lie tho managing director of tho sloop Vwiltlc. Early In tho spring tho Varritlo It to tako part In a aeries of races iigslntt tho Resolute for tho honor of dtfenillng tho America's Cup next July rjalnst tho Shamrock IV., tho property of Sir Thomas Upton. In 13H the yachts raced for tho same honor. No selection was made, as the world war forced tho cancellation of tho international contests. In tho races tailed tho Rcsoluto did tho better work. That doc not necessarily mean that the Resolute Is going to do tho samo trick this f prlng. . Many keen judges of ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

! I if jp frHB ,8UK AND NEW" YORK HERAUJ, sujnuax, jhwu ,Mer Ws JVata Wae fa flrftfrg n flffo Record Is Below That: -of 'Babe' Ruth J&RPRISES- fj DODGER FANS Brooklyn Outfielder ' Luis National League in Driving-In Huns. r I" National League Batsmen Who Have Led Circuit in Driving In Rum, 1 'SENDS IN 72 TALLIES figures Show a Great Lnck of Cleanup Hitters in Fuvcnt Major CircuU. Uy PIIBDF.RICIC G. LI KM. nnkivn funii liavo known for some .k.t tn nfvra Hie clever Dodger ccntro fielder, was a mighty sweet iilayer. but . one .who seldom ,ot proper credit tor his aDiiuy. " - .hilSr vn thn rtrook bn fanH renllzed T.-T n,n . hrllllant HI wis the, most useful man In tlio pinch In tho National League owing Aortiriiimr in ilm runs batted In statis tics complied by Urnest Lanlgan Myers A,. mnm rnnn across tho plate lasi season than aW other National Leaguo 'batsman. Tho Brooklyn fielder dro 1n 72 runs for Wllbcrt IloblnHon. 65 witn hits and 7 on outs, liddlo Itoush of tno ItCas. national ...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

. ' "t ' Z ' "" - , , ' . . 1 ! - ' British Olympic Council Stirs Up1 Enthusiasm Among English ' Athletes for the Coming Belgian . ENGLAND LOOMS AS One of the Most Formidable Basketball Teams in New York State Queries, Answers and Problems for Card ODR OLYMPIC RIVAL Sudden Appcnranco of Now Brldgo problem No. C68 was an ex ample of getting an alternate to meet either of two lines of defence. Hero Is tho position? I . . II. D. says: Tlio deals trumps, fourth hand two clufl passing. Second hand now bP hearts. The dealer's partner hold clubs to tho queen ten and the fieel Material Raises Hopes of (he Brltisli. two small hearts, nothing ln spades diamonds, itsd goes back to no trumps: bidding' two. , Tho dealer nay It la ft of thejr time was devoted to struggling with contracts that could not bo made, or punishing opponents for taking tho bid away from them. Among other typical cases, this hand camo up in a rubber In which there, were eleven stings to thrco scores bolow tho lino: (9 10 ...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

ma THEf SUN AND NEW - YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY' 1, 1920. urntm nlokes Arrival From ' England Removes Last Obstacle to Holding Big Pekingese Show in Plaza 1 E HERE m PEKE SHOW s. Hunlolic Arrives on Mail- rctania for the Pinna : Exhibit. I TO JJE HKLU TU-31UKKUW J Wcstminfetcr Kennel Club Ob- j . tains Big Entry for An nual Affair. . ny rnAJfic f. dolb. Um TMHn IlimlnV f WenttCOrth hHall. Chesterfield. England, which Is own In Derbyshire, arrived hero on the li Mauritania, last week. Now there will bautln ealllnit for the tvrelftfh specialty to be hem in tho ballroom of th l'laxa Hotel to-morrow. The postponement will not affect any of the arrangements and there Is a large and representative fntry. However, Miss Maude Lelpzlgcr of Bur lington. In- who had entered Ave of her Sunnldale Kennels Tekef, will be un able to attend on account of the death of her mother. She. had Intended to make the 1,100 mile Journey to show in fie East. The proceeds of the Pekingese show re to be dona...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

SOU' AND 'HERALD Jd9rV5fZrt a. LEADERS IN SPORT Bf port in? of Current Events by Newspapers Originated With flnt Dnillcs. Llout. Macy Wllots Will Match English Breed Against All Comers Next October. mm jIOnSK ALWAYS FEATURED i Early Files of These Tapers the Sources of History of Trot tin? ncl Racing. JOCKEY CLUB LUKEWARM Powers That Bo Aro Not En thusiastic Over Contest Un der Heavy Weights. t II r cl'nXBY C. Cit'E. Hie union of Tun Sv.v nnd tho New Tor llrml'1 ' .i noteworthy event In the to'0"-)' .ffportlns Journalism, l'or Iihty-0. ars these .two nowspapors l.e. " I'lnncts and leaders In this iptrial fli-M. wlllch lia" como t0 l0 rcc" einiziO -s i'n" of the Important features cf evciy m."iin dally made for readers ef in'rli'Kcti and spirit. It mlRljt bo fjni i'm' H-c reporting of current sport bS dfiiif and particularly thoao of tho rscfirnK. ti.e road and the nliQ rlns, origins ti'd In it.ff oldest of metropoli tan in-rnjiB tiewppaperi-. flu' was not until the advent of Jo Elli...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Hi sIMAy, mam i m , THE jSUN AND NEW ffiRK HERALD, firojidacSportsmen Call Deer Law Legalized Slaughter BBBBllllllllllislllBBaMBBBaBBllBBBaBB an r TMW BUCKIM, AYS SPORTSMAN Adlrondnckcr States Sligh ter of Deer Under Present Statute Is Sickening. 1 MOOSE LESSON ItECALLED I! C Experiment of PermittinffKill lng of Female Animals a Disaster to State. 1 Van Campen Heilner With Florida Tarpon. Cixrox, X. T., Jan. SI. "What U the State of New Yotts going to do about tha slaughter of Iwr under Uic present 'tor wks WillUton Stanley, eJltor of tK.Sf. iaifrer.ee I'latndcaler. "Lesal lxeiTilauehtcr run rampant" U the way Sir. Manley describes the worklnRs xt the o-called "ono Jeer law." which "permits the gunner to kill a deer of either sex. other than a fawn. From his window Sir. llantey has Viewed the "ataushtered victims of DortsmanshlD." It has been dis heartening and slckenlns lo him. "Every Instinct In the heart of the true sportsman -rebels against d& 'a that makes such thlnss possi...

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