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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

iiy.-,'. .i-'-S'- . Sporting News SECTION 2. BASEBALL. BOXING, RACING, ROWING tin. GOLF. ATHLETICS. YACHTING. TENNIS NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. Copyright, 111!, by the Sun Printing and PuUMtog Auockitton. Nothing Like Variety for New York's TeamsGiants Win Two, Yanks Toss Off a Pair and Superbas Break Even DAVENPORT TWICE WINNER OVER YANKEES St. Louis Pitcher Turns Mc Ginnity's Old Trick in Double Header. HELPS WITH HIS BAT; SCORES, 31 AND 32 t Louts, July Sr. Ton D-ve Davenport, stnr pitcher of the Feds tnat -.ear and one of the big disappointment of the H1 sea ton up to date, pitched I t,nffrd triat "Va, nk re Into, auhtrdaslon ' In both ends of a doubt header at Sportsmen's Park this afternoon. In the cpenlng nffalr Davenport's pitching de cided the Issue In favor of the Federal Ued Drowns by the soore of I to 1. In the nightcap number Davenport's pitch tnf efforts were excelled by Allen Rub eell, but Dave's 'bat turned th tide Ms way. Th score was S to 2. II dupli cated Mc...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

I THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 19M. Church and Davis Defeat Williams and Pell for the Eastern Tennis Doubles Championship at Longwood 2 JOHNSTON LIKELY TO FACE KUMAGAE Washburn and Armstrong Al so Bench Scmi-finnls at 1 Longwood. RCH AND DAVIS WIN PARK PLAYERS TO COMPETE AT NETS National Intercity Tennis Championship Will Be Decided. DWIGHT DAVIS'S PLAN Boston,' July 29. Q. M. Church of Tennis and rolf player who enjoy these reform of the prk nnve ine op portunity thl year for the first time to compete for a national championship. The National Municipal Recreation Fed eration, of which Dwlght F. Davie, donor of the Davts cup, la president, was formed last sprint to foater Inter city competition for thla tltla hi tannla and golf. It la planned eventually to have similar matches In ether branches of athletic. To decrease travailing expenses, an elimination process has bean devlaed, which calla for preliminary tournaments In each city to select Its team repre sentatives. New York's team h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

r THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1M. Big Crowd Sees the Mighty Roamer Run Dull Race and Lose Final Handicap of the Year at Empire City Track LIGHT WEIGHT ! ENABLES BOOTS TO WIN HANDICAP The Sun-Press Racing Chart KMPIHK CITY, Jntr 31). -Sixteenth flar of the atimmrr mfrtlnt ir tbr Umpire ( ll .taring Aeaoclatlnn. Weather clrr track fast. I EXPOSE FIRST IN BALTIMORE TWICE GOSHEN rMlUKK UKnSATS nKnAKi Speaker Is Within Few Hits of the .400 Class 640 PinfT.HACK-Thiw.j'Mr-olili and upward. Selling. On mile. Purw. WM. Tim. i . TmHikv HpRIS Vlvit Ts A PJtohprfl Battle. 1,113-.-.. Al pom. 2f.(. Off. '95. Winner, b. g.. by Oolden MMlm-Lfonalla. HHlKCln.V B ITOItCr UCBIN nrai, IS rilCliern nniin., Owner. C II. KOII1S1NS iriviiia Trainer. John Whalen. Start rood. Won ewlly. rrryinr 102 Founds llo Bents Great Horses, In- . eluding Boamcr. I litdei.' Horae. 50' Little Neaier. "A star (lift 241 Soldier 631 'llalhvliniuoxh wt.i st. 111 4 114 1 t us i . 113 ' 1 437 'don I Cull ncl..., 105 4" v.. 4" Kin...

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

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. 1 When Considering Baseball Traders You Must Accord the Leader of Our Giants the Soubriquet of David Harum BIG BASEBALL JACKSON BROKE IN . WITH MILL TEAM PLAYERS WHO HAVE FIGURED IN THREE FAMOUS DEALS IN WHICH HERZOG PLAYED A PROMINENT PART TRADES ALWAYS . I - 1 v- - f - trZAW4S ? r.---- 1 New York Manager Has Es tablished Reputation as a David Jl arum. HEHZOO HAS FIOUKEI) IN FOUR BIG DEALS r snonTSTOP. The scene Is at a winter baseball Meeting, nnd three club owners are Mn with their heads together discussing the high price of gasolene. A few seconds later a rwarm of reporters flock around the trio, and the tip Is sent abroad that "Britten Is tolng to trad Whoila to Hempitsad for Whatsat and Hermans In turn will send Atahlm to Drltton In xchange for an option on Dontchemo." The veteran reporter may sit bnck and arr.lle, saying pessimistically, "Leave them hun around. Nothing aver hap pens In baseball any more." But things do happen In baseball, and U...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY SO, 116. America's Leaders of the Yachting World, Both Among Men and Craft, Are Ready for N. Y. Y. C. Annual Cruise I Y. Y. C. FLEET TYPES OF CRAFT IN N. Y. Y. C. CRUISE COMMITTEE REPORTS WILL STAGE SHOW RESULTS OF CRDISE IN ANOTHER TOWN Mifce Sweeney Is Kins of Running High Jumpers NEW JERSEY WINS PLACE ON CIRCUIT V READY FOR ITS ANNUAL CRDISE! rr.ii. if Fuiii mis Orgranizn li' N Will "Rendezvous on Tuesday. FAU"pi CITS WTLL AC, A FX BE AT STAKE t.r'f Tuesday aflcrtioor. the hlr. f-: 'he New Turk Tkibt Club will raft,- r.ti Cove for the annual eru'.e vb r take the craft a far Ituszard Itnj Altbnuc'. the nm win ! mlnu Itcso Hte and anlti. the twe lilr sloop that tr bull! to flnlend th Amf rica Cup UtiTJ!: Fiuunruck IV.. & acne of races tlx: wp t.iok pla-t oc account t.f the tout tr. Euroit indications pnin to f u.ciier.1 flee, nf aniline craft laK:tt par: :r the uu from port u '-t Tire Kii'-f : e!vt nru fort fooler d'j' it ' v .nter hn v-onde-fully tt cnute...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SDN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. World's Lightweight Championship Crown Will Likely Be Shifted When Welsh Meets White on Labor Day WELSH RAPIDLY LOSING GRIP ON WORLD'S TITLE Is Holding On by Amazing Tenacity White Most Likely Successor. JOE OANS LEADING LIGHTWEIGHT BOXER jr TJOD VaWJUltAJfe St to not ejnlfkery that at tha eortrtn Mon of tha bout between Freddie Welsh, the holder of tha world' lightweight title, and Charley White, eeretstent ohal longer for tha championship, tha crown will ta ahtfted from tha Intellectual doma of tha Briton to tha marble doma of tha Chlcagoan. It la trua that Welsh haa for retire upset the calculations of thosa who have pe.rlodlcnlty consigned htm to tha Queensberry scrap heap and has held to Ms title with amailng tenacity. Al-1 though ha haa been outpointed and teaten In numeroua no decision contents, jet ha haa managed to either keep on hi fe et to tha end or hna receives timely assistance from a roferee with rever enca for a champion. Tills was tho...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY SO, 1MB. hreatest Thoroughbreds in America Are Waiting for "Boots and Saddles " at the Historic Saratoga Race Track !)RF LEADERS! 10 BE CROWNED II SPA TRACK reparations Complete for Greatest Equine Corona tions Since 1907. HOrSAXDS OF HORSES EXTEKED IN STAKES KM f.nce the aaniMT tt HIT, wrun mus&t w the antth of Ita tern tn ea country, baa the antletpattoa of th un of Boot ana naaaw at saruota E:il rush a Ur imoiuj lorera of the Eoroui'hbred aa It haa thla year. F"or ifrtij practical norwman ana mm ana ism who Know nouiinc aoout tne Tine c:r.t of a noraea comormatitm. but ,lo leve him Juat the aarna, hav been nrJrif with unconcealed aacerneaa the Bsirc of to-morrow, the day on which . fmoue trark at the Spa will be ferrn open for Ita aummer meetlni. jsej: anticipate tne irraateat radror :.J is th! State alace the halcyon daya the turf when the late William C hrv.tno mkde the meeting there aeeond ts to Epeom with Ita world famed C'll.h Derby And they have re...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. Vacation Days Time to Get Acquainted With the Scrappy Black Bass and the Fighting Pike or Pickerel JULY-AUGUST BASS ! IT'S TIME TO FISH, MISSIONARY WORK ; BREAKING WATER IS BEGINNING EARLY TO PRACTISE SPORT THAT LASTS THROUGH LIFE. AND PICKEREL TIME, FOR CONSERVATION i BASS'S USUAL TRICK When on Vacation You Aro Sure to Be Near Fight ers' Haunts. Sminies, Porch, Haws and Cat- j fish !!;iss Itite Host During I Vacation Days. I Karly Trout Law Called Un-lAnpler Should Then '1 1irn-.T I juste Value of Flicker Fish Off IN Italnnro. Explained. j Says Kicrl. .METHODS OF LI'IUXA 'KM SPORTSMAN'S!! I P (WOWING COI'RT IN MOUNTAINS RIGHT TIMB TO .si'lllkl, fly I.nm nllCAD. No matter where you tnk il vacation In tlila broad lnncl jvii nr sure to locate irar the haants of cither b.us, pike or Pickerel, nit thrtu species being muny to u degreo If caught by true uportlng methods. If you are n tyro nt the aport the follmving point, will assist you In having genuine p...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

i ftt- f ,ev-"yv V ! News of the Summer Resorts -Theatres Fashions Real Estate Gardens School News SECTION 3. TWELVE PAGES. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916.-rM, m. ir sm wii rwwiw iiwwb GREAT COSTUME BALL TO USHER IN AUGUST AT NARRAGANSETT PIER IIHOOKIAV AH KKTIr.ir.NT. IIROOKI.l AIIVTRTHrMPINT. HIIOOKt.TS Amr.KTlJKMKST. Three Hundred to Participate in Bridge Whist Party in Aid of Village Improvement Association Approaching Hawaiian Ball Promises to Set New Record at the Pier Nir-MiUNrcTT tier., II !.. July :' end Mr. Kol.fr: J Altyn. Hartford, Sojourner! t Nurrajrar.jett I'ler. In ! tonn. . .Mrj. ltor-ert Kennedy. Mlm Ken- common with all the, rest of the coun- I mr, arrived this week for a .hort vtjtt li.ivniond Uclmont arrived to Join lil i ..irer.!. tr. and Mr. August llelmor.t. at tlythe e.i. Hobert I.ce Keeling- of , Vahlngton Jolr.ed his IMer. Mrj Still. !-on llutthln., .tt her cottage on Cath erine street. Mr. Krr.esio (5. Fabbrl lu. been til guc.t of her aunt, Mr. V.inderbl...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

& 2 . 3 t' Ready for the morning ride, Bretton Woods, N. H. MOUNT A IN PHONE I WATCH HILL FOLKS LAKE PLACID FAD! From Summit of Wliitcfacc Climliers) Now Speak to Folks nt Home. IjAKK IM-Arin. Nt Y July 49. Tele- Ohonllij to friends In New York uvl ether distant points from the summit ! of Mount Whlteface, t,!71 feot above 1 the level of the sea, Is a fail of moun- I tain climbers here. 'Hie telephone on the summit, which Is at te highest el- Ttlo:i of nnv ulcphone In the State, wis put there fur the ue of the Stale forest fire observer. I There Is much enthusiasm anions the nnd Mrs. IuvK When Commander woman worker In behalf of the Ued Davis and Mrs. Davis crossed the thtesh Crosn ut Lake Placid Club arid tin j old of their darkened home on their re. hotels. 1'r.der the direction of Mrs. Al- turn from n dinner party the lights sud bert Tevls Kelley of New York the work-' denly blared forth and they found them ers are ylren free Instruction In the art of ; selves In the midst of...

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

THE- SUN, SUNDAY JULY 1916. WITH THE CARE-FREE SUMMER FOLK IN VACATION LAND MANY FESTIVITIES IN BRETTON WOODS Collflires and Hotels Fill llnp idly nnrt Mountain Climb-in- In Full Swing. Itr.iiTTiis Woods, N. 11., July t9. With tin- nruoach of August, the While Mountain hotel mid cot'tnge colonies nre lat tilling and many festivities have ),tm pliitit.cd. There. Id uii lilt rr.-t i.tiiirr.nnmn of sports nnd eocl.tl cvcntH 11 the While, Mountains thl week, bcthlehem, with It thirty hotels, hn f,v. olf event nr prises presented by ti, Mount Washington ami Arlington, tl,i' Alpine nhd Highland hotels. Tur ner' Tavern nml the Strawberry Mill House nro donors of priic for the Au ,:,it 1 four 1 ui 11 match play. ,t the Maplcwood. the children's) first i::il sht dance on Wednesday nt the C.i.ii.i anil the hall on Thursday e,veu IM.', are among the important event if the week. At Hie Wuumbek. tln weekly dances live begun and the Mountain View nt' WhlteH"ld, the Sunset till at Sugar Hill, the ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY JULY 80, ?i6.t STOCKBRIDGE HAS RARE FLOW ERSHOW Special AwAiMft for llqst Ar ' listlf Arrnngomcnt, mid llltrliowt Staiidnrd. ' Lksox, Mm., Tvlljr' 2. A ' notnblo flower hhovf, bh '. WipMtrfnt rrcltnl, ev rrnl fleltioii toroptlons nml the. usual number nf illntmi nml lutiche on have InteroMc. tlm coltuKuin In the Herk I.fiioV lu.s tun laruo flower hotv., one llt June nnd oni In October, both under till' illtt'ctloti (if the Unite. Ktockbrhlge Riven n ectlo of emallcr shown, to kin .as exhibit tile Unworn tin they torno Into bloom, nml tniklni; thrxo flower Into ilcrot.itlvn feiiturcn, suitable for ttio KUest chamber, tlic li nil, the dining table, a Rmtftl(pii which brings out the hlghm Jtrtlstlo t.TKtc f the competitor!. ' find nti cshlliltlon aa tills Vn held 'to-day In llio Cnrtltto. The allowing: of 'minimis unfl iicrrnnlnti". nwert pen and lihlnx, were from- in-tny artrdena, but the two apcchtl priced, one for tho most nr Hallo nrrnnirf metit of llnwerK and onf...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THg'tSUN, SUNDAY, JULY SO, 191& ' . 8 ; AMONG THE FLOWERS AND IN THE VEGETABLE GARDEN KILL THE WEEDS flTlilS W6gD-KILL.R Kill weeds quickly easily cheaply ,.rinanciitly. It acts clown to the deepest routs one application that's all. Comes concentrated. You mil with .i) times as much water. Apply with prlnkllng can. I mhI all over the country uted by cities lor beautifying street and bv hndlng railroads on thousands of miles of track Oimrt tan (coters ISO la. ft.),. . . SOc '(lullim ran (rorrrs 600 sq.ft.), ,$l.so j gallon tan ifrtlght ritta) ... .15.00 Orrfrr note for immediate thlpmeni. Ulue Hook" of further faclt, on request. ATLAS PRESERVATIVE CO. RHODODENDRONS Washington State Flower, col lected from the forest. 25 collected p'inti, 5 to 10 inches. $1.00 100 Plants, by prepaid parcel pott. 3.75 Transplants, $2.50 per down, postpaid. Potted Plants $5.00 per 100. JOEL SHOMAKER, Olympic Nature Nursery, Nellita, Washington. TOIl HAt.B Strawberry riant.. Mlnn. an- and Klnmlyke Va...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

t, - -i r, 1 T,! Trtr't'Jt n r-i i r ti ,t a ' " SUMMER THEATRES i 1 SEEN in the I bbbbbbb I jhLi ' Bl II HK. HK.t. sm bbbbbV. yni'V)l bbbbbbbbW bbbbbbbbs' 1 Mil AITROirOR much has been said and written on the question of whether English actors now In thla country are deficient In patriotism la declining to return to their native land for service In the armies now Struggling In Europe, the subject has never been settled to the satisfaction of every one concerned. There are un doubtedly English actors In the United States of military age. There ure also English actors who have been here1 but are now proving their loyalty to Oraat UrlUln. Here Is an Individual case of inter eat. Lionel Walsh, the Kngllsh, artor who was well known here, died In Prance serving his country. The fol lowing letter has been received by Charles Dllllnghum from Kobert Walsh, brother of the deceased officer: "Mr Diun DnxisaiiAH : "My brother Lionel wus badly wounded In the b!g attack of July I and died 'rum hi...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

wl ' ' 'THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY. 80, 1916. - 7 GLIMPSES OF THE PLAYERS WHO ARE SEEN AND NOT HEARD mmw . .. T iHK prlre curiosity among play manuscripts submitted to the atrical producing firms has un doubtedly come to tight In the offices of Madison Corey nnd Joseph ltitor. All producers lire generally flooded with such useless material, each specimen more weird and wondrous than the one before, nnd many of them are Impossible enough to be extremely amusing. The one uneartlud by Messrs. Corey nnd litter belongs to the latter class nnd was submitted to thnt firm as a possible medium for Mrs. Klske. The manuscript was en titled "Helen from the Monastery" nnd was composed In four wonderful nets. The first covered four typewritten pages, the second eleven pages, the third and fouith eight each, and entire play could bo acted twelvo minute." : The opening of the first act, ipioted verbatim, was as follows: "The scone Is a dusty roadway, before tho gates of u munstery. As the curtain rlsc H...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

3 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. WOULD Despite Designers', Les Jeune Filles Modes Are Essentially Girlish By ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. TUB girls have been lucky this year. For that matter, they ore always lucky, elneej youth is theirs; but the fashion makers nro not always kind to them and though by virtue of their youth they manago to have charm, even when unbecom ingly or Inappropriately dressed, tho Average French designer's recognition of youthful claims begins with tho twenties. For him neither tho "flapper" nor the plump elderly woman exists. He has always, In his mind's eye, fem ininity young enough to bo slender and charming, old enough to bo chic, even a bit daring. When ho has created a mode for this siren, his task Is done. Adaptation Is business for lesser talents. Ianvln does take an Interest in youth of all grades and, occasionally, any one of the famous houses may toss a tribute to tho jeune titles; but, this season a very largo percentage of the frocks designed for the...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

. S j THE SUK, SUNDAY, JULY 80, IMS. 9 VEILS, FRIVOLOUS, BUT IMPORTANT Average Woman Does Not Treat Them With Consid eration They Deserve and Never Guesses the Im portant Part They Might Play in Her Toilette B HtXANOR HOYT BRAINERD. A nil- Is n frivolous thing l"vm nt lit! most titllllnrlnti II iml.lf possibilities of coquetry, ttnd !. i mnt knowing. It In ii fiut tir.ni '.if' . I ! ( 1 1 )(i ti t hit of niulnrlt. Arii' vrt tin' average woman never trin i with luilf the oiuiHidi-rtitlciti It rimerves. never rvoti faintly guesses at Ihr .tniHirtiitit part It might play In hrr wiMti It keeps her hulr from fly I Thr rrrncli mndlntrn very often ' 1 make their vrlln Ititocral narls nf their , hath, or If Hit- velln rr not perma- ticntly attached tn t lie ImtK clioour them with thr Individual hats In view, fiOl thorn with thr ImtK itml Initiate , thr buyers Into tin- most effective wnyn nf wearing thr veils with thr hats, Koine New York milliners show thr same Interest In vclllnp; but nn ...

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

jv t ' " S' , 10 . 3 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, -1916. GREATER, BETTER AND MORE BEAUTIFUL CITY TO GROW UNDER LIMITS IMPOSED BY NEW BUILDING RESTRICTIONS No Longer Willj Builders Be Per mitted to Erect ture Anywhere They Please---Stringent Require ments of New Law I to Govern Future; Development of j Every Section Br (1KOROK It. l OIUJ. i Consultant to the Commission nn allalnc nUtrlctn mill Jtcalrlctloiia Met to III Committer oti the City riti. it. kASRINfl thn zoning nml dis tricting law Is thi gientcst nnd most far reaching thine that tlio Hoard of Kstlinnte Mid Apportionment has ever done." Bald George McAncny, cx-l'reslde nt of the Board of Alderman. "I do not even ticept the pulling Into eilcct nf the 6reat rapid trntislt syrtem." It has ten surprising to find how tunny think Ins people nitroe with Mr. McAncny In i this, believing as tlu-y dn that It Ih 1 Coins to do fur mow tow aril putting orderliness nnd reasonableness Into the atowth of the city thun anything the city baa ev...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

S THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 191. 11 Greater and Better City Under New Building Laws (Continued fro! prrrctttno Topr ) tr pr. lire, f-! W: Mur. vv.uicl linve to tie cut hark : t" pr I ret the elilp :rret, all, we- rvrn a tittle Umrr tliati the I one. mieht he carried up on the ' -if to trny lir!c!it 1'fth Avenue Ilullillnc mlirht to ri:M atorle In heltht, but the . HuMd.ne would have to t cut fr Ktorlen, nit would alo th start' In mm Attn. M eaelritataci a btllne rtreet. The aurroundinra of park ate kept clear a fr at pojt- fir ior rrnitnre, while the navigable waterfront and the frrlcht railway are mde the centre of unrestricted area. A one Fetf further and furthf away from Manhattan the unbroken residential area irrovv larger and larger. !o that In M.me vswen. at the request of the nrojierty owners themselves, the nearest business street where they car. po to a dru store or del 'atessen Is a of a mile away "ul:y two-thirds of the tv,. i . .... . tirra ui me ciy is reMTveu ;or rr. f...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

12 3 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. PREPARATORY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES Clark School for Concentration to Occupy Two Buildings This Fall Principal Clark At- tributes His Sue cess to the De velopment of1 Faculty of Con cerltfatidn:in His Procter.-? WIIHN n visitor stepped Into tho Clark rlrlool, Ml tit West Scv-cnty-llftlt'sfVeet (corner of West 12nd avenue), New. York city, Unlet ml Ill's line Hashed through his mind . Hut pa.ecd Is, nil his fume Tli- very spot Where many time he trlnniplud Is rorisnt, The ilaci wns evieh n contr.is'l to tho 1 nolfly mnitedon described In 'The De serted VHI.ig""rhat ft thousand "why" popped Into alt mind ; and topped out i again a motnrtit later when .Mi Clark, the hlg, forceful principal, tretcl hltn. I "Do yoti know," confersf1 the vlaltor. "I'll hae to change my point of view I I Imagined Hint jnu would l n believer In the rod. Indeed, I full)' expected to . And you friendly to the bUs stick Idea" "nh, no," if piled Mr, Clark, wlth.nl mi...

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