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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THE SUN VANI) NEW YORK HERALD, TUip, FEBKtlAHY 24, 192Q. t a Cornell's iiints Add $30fi00 io Endowment Futod 'Spring1 Lamb' Jtovojs Tako Plnco in Hotel Atiii(l,Bau cous Yolls. I Water from the Jordan 1 NeW Ballet by Christen Baby Ramsay LONDON, Fob, 2t King George, Queen Mary and other members of tho royal Sam ily attended the christening of tho son of Commander Alexander Ramsay and Lady Ramsay, who waa Wncess Patricia or Con naught, in tho Chapel Royal this aftornoon. Tho water used in christening the infant was drawn from tho Jordan by tho Duko of Connaught when the British crossed tho river in the advance of 1017. Carpenter Is Full of Action Cornell yelled yesterda. it yelled like I ehoulil cay, Wrestralnedly, What, you did not hear Well, then you could not have been.ranywhero near the Hotel Commodore. 'For the punch and the volumo of thatjfell Jostled every piece of baggago In tire Grand-Central checking rooms nnd allied every taxi meter In Pershing Bijyiare no that It be. came ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

1 THE SUN AMD W VQ mxi), XUiMY, PUlttoUAUY 24, 1920, 8 irH Superior Court Knowledge Enables Clarence C PU to Retain the National Amateur Racqwk Championship nm C.1 PELL KEEPS , RACPTO TITLE Defeats S. G. 3fortImor iu Final Jlouml of National CJiampIonshlp. OETS OFF TO BAD START loses First Game, but Comos Back Sttons and Takes Three in Bow BorroN, Fb. :s. Clarence C. Pell ot New Tom, the patlonal amateur rwpa champion, to-day retained hie title by nn easy Ylctory over Stanley G. Morti mer, also or New York, In the Anal round of the tournament which ha been In jrocrei at the Tennis and Racquet Club. Tell a slow lo break Into his stride. Joelruf thfl first came to Mortimer. 9 15, tilt he came back to turn the tables In the second came and ran out his match, IS 0. 153 and 15 S- , . The players, both hard hitters, played name spectacular racquets. Mortimer's epeed was remarkable In the flrot came, l.lu etrokes belnc unfathomable for Tell, wtiote stock as favorite steadily de clined. In ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

I THE SUN MUD- MW YORK HEflALD, TUESDAY, TORTJAEY 24, 1920. 11- v n 0 Twenty-five Mile Road Race Through Ice and Snow Results in Triumph for the 'Veteran Athlete, Frank Zuhd, 2DNA EASY VICTOR IHj SEA liATK MARATHON Ex-Soldier ItunEAway From Opponents in ltaco Over Ico Covered Roads. FINISHES MILE AHEAD Otto Lnal(so Is Second and , Eddlo White Tilled Nick Ginnnnkopulos Quits. 1 I II .!. Hl'J 1 IIJIKIIH l I,,, I,, , f , ,. Marathon Winner and Runners Up. 1 I Marathon road raclne once more nro- Jccted Itself Into Uio limelight of nth- letics yerieroay wun mo reviyai qr tfle flrooklyn-Sea Gate event of twenty. tlve miles, under the auspices of fhp jpfth Company. Coast Artillery Corps, In the eiil Thirteenth Regiment Armory, Brook Is n. Instead of runrimg from the build Ins to the outskirts of Coney Island and return the course woo changed to a sort of Irregular circuit over tho Brooklyn street, and In order to map out the fijll Journey this waa covered tTyfce, with the start nnd finish ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

tfv THE) . SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUfiSDAX, FEBRUARY 24, 1920. in m 'Wfl 1 IIS 1 . " 1 1 1 1 f5sbv. illl THE STOCK MARKET, L " 1,1 11 1 -jTK?.? in ! ii Maury Rogers & rAuchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trado 28 Broad St. Onlnir to tha holiday 'yesterday the New York. Stock Exchango waa closed, l'or tho convenience ot readers Satur day's closing bid and. asked prlcea oro reprinted. Did. Ask. Aim Kip sM Your Investment Opportunity municipalities, and industry. All are now securities on MATIONS. 1 1 commerce all need money, offering their terms so liberal that every thinking man has the strong est incentive to save and in vest to the limit of his ca pacity. The judicious selec tion of securities is a matter of knowledge and discrimina tion. Our eipericncc of nearly half a century is at your service Send for Crcular No. Conjervatlro Investment l68j Bonds Spencer Trask& Co. 25 Broad Street, New York ALBANY ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YOKK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 31920. 4 IX t TOBEV ft KIRK ebtadhbhBd ma MDreKSSN.T. BtOOK KXOSAKea Hmer. Therms little South Porto RicsSdiir Mi. Havana Tohiccs 5s 1922 United Lead Deb. 5s' 1543 25 BROAD STREET NEW YORJC PRICHITT . CO. JIB W YOKK STOCK. SXCHAKOl INVESTMENT SECURITIES SIXTY-BROADWAY MEW YORK. CITY Hartshome, Fales & Co. MemSers "Naa York Stock Extfanti 11 rciejlaas TOO Bttetil to Tat Sun Am Nsw York XUbsid. WXBUlNffrON. Wb. is. Comrrcsa was ftsksd to-day by the Reserve Board for J now powers with which It hopes to solve me expansion of credit problem and dis tribute equitably tha country's credit resourced to legitimate business enter prise to the exclusion of speculation. The boara'a olana tor restoration oc normal credit conditions, as outlined ln the report, generally provide for appor tionment of the country's credit re sources among borrowing or discounting member banks on a basis fixed by the board. Any crodlt given by a. reserve bank I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOIIK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2L 1020, 11 1 Canadian Opportunities for American Investors WJth tho American dollar nt a premium In Canadian ex change, buyers in tho United States can purchaso from ua Canadian Government and Municipal bonds of unquestioned 'chnractcr to yield from C.40 tp 7. Securities which wo offer arc payable, principal and Interest, in United States funds. Write for our February Pond List S 2-24 Wood, Gundy & Co. Incorporated 14 Wall Street New York Toronto London Ens;, Montreal 9tt?y8Slttaal CM fnnnnrnnn TtAAifn DESPITE EXCHANGE Canadian Securities AT 15 Discount G. Your American dollir buys 91.15 in Canada. Q Wo will be glad to tend dealers a list of high pads government, municipal, public utility and industrial, mute principal and interest on which are nayable at par in the United states. q Deducting 15 from The Montreal market price of these issues, makes them re markable as bargains. Write at once while this tem porary exchange premium ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

.tT' t 4f 18 THIS' S.CJN .AND NEW tdfril HER, aTOPAY, WRUAfiY - 24, 1920, IT OF THE WORLD SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL i P- w r ' - d ' 9 mi ' 4m PARTS HOTEL FIRE SPOILS 'BIG BILL'S' PARTY Is Uiirncd Out 1n Mario An toinotto on Evo qf Qry Birthday Cololiratibh.! . The apartment of Internal Revenue Collector "nig Bill" Edwwdi In the Ho tel Mario Antoinette, Blxty-stxtri street ml llrcailway, waa wrecked early yc terd.iy mornlns by a tiro -which de iiroved nil Mb porsonal balonrtnga. ln- ldlntf a number of silver cups and at least ISO meaais ana aunetio prizes won in Ms college days a.t rrlncoton. "Big mil" waa captain nna star or tho clunv tlonrhlD football team of 1899 and 006 of tin' beat nil nround athletes who ever ent to rrinccion. Mr. Edwards was to have celebrated Us forty-fourth, birthday yesterday afternoon witn a party in. ms suite. He till Invited many frlendc, Including sov ml city oiucinis. ssunaay evening ail t!ie arrangements were completed nnd lio Mt the lmtei at mianignt t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

14 ' - ' ' THE ' SUN" AND NEW YORK .HBRAli), TOEsALy, flpftUARY 24, 1920, OTgiyitas rEa T ,T" 1 - 11 I ' ,, ' 1 rrrrnAT, MTATfc 1 CITY BKAI,, ECTAyR L . , Jgt BKAjTATIC. 1 2Sb2 ""gSUgiggS&gy I I if- 51 ffuiiitao. u. . . . , ... -i ,, h ill s j-y n n m , a. ap i ibuii l v i GRAFTON HOTEL EUJIOrEAN ""IAN . Boom wllh running water. gJ Beam with jjjg. flg Au ronaurva. i oiipr "... HAKIUNTON Mil'-- PROPRIETOR IonK Island. winter vacations in often Impossible f" EJ!. womsn due to the necessity ,?i In dally touch with '" lute pnlh a winter nrstton and winter fame at the Hotel fctof-Ibii r j. 1 r l b too Ii.tD-bul 85 nilnotrs from Wall at. and Time square. Cosey. 'T.n ""IS? rooms and sulles rsnrlng from jr v,tek)v for one and If" TMIjI.i svallable" Inquire NOW it the ' JV""' Km of the bracing sea J'vn,mPiilf2; open flreMifes. Ac Spend OUIt wlB, vicatloa at tbs HOTEL SHELBURNE Phone At thi Sea End of Ocean 600 Coney IiL Parkway, Brighton Beach CryitafLaiieHouse. ?; .V Verr desirable room...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THE SUN' AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920, APARTMENTS TO LET, UflFUR. NISHED. that MU Kt. Btti At. to North River. Central Park West at 86th St. Open for the Reception of Guests. APARTMENTS KROM 1 ROOM AND BA.TII TO AS MANY , AS DESIRED ON YEARLY LEASE., FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED. Rtttaur.nt la Carlo. WILUAM V. INGOLD. ilANAOER, la,t West Slilr. .... I"nr. Shori Leases. ' APARTMENT RENTING CO.. j til West "2d st. 'Phone Columbus 1377. Tu'iiiAOTiv tv . &.toom elevator apartment an 1 .- s 1 1 1 . one Mock 137th tubway; ll monthi Or laierri tl.y iwr momii. Auuuimn villi. l'fvin.V furnished 4 room apartment, nil Mitenlencett, In writ kept elevator build inc Washington Heights; only responsible Mt' with references. Broadway, 40 Sun llf rn I J. Washington Heights. J oji Tl'A HTM K.NTtf OF THE BETTER CLA88, rati of weat tide. Ma HOYl & RAY, SO West Mill .1.1 IVjin. 107 1. llTiU'l" mNfilTliiMOJfr fhTklyn ltllit1 ii'Inrk Ml. Station). Very desirable apart- Mints. nly de...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

r-"'V "JUT V, ''W c IS' s W ,' 16 'ft. .. . . THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920, PERSONALS, ta ths County Court of , Countr of waaimeain, iro'"-- In th mattur of Clfliulallrer, Counljr rarmar, mwnui of tha i dud, ths nm and "r;r:;Bre,nU wxtow or children, or r"n' "p",n" to ttT.l. Th. aaia Thorns! , 8ry fleotland from lrsland hnu'1)".yn years d rsmaln.U th.r. on II bout aio, whon bo wont, It ! Vnltsd Btates of Atmrlca. ., Ssl4 tho Jld diy of D'mr. i (fllfn.J) JOHN I.MA?S.Xnd. l.ouri si meath. iroUnd. f of Mlcha.l rj'.lViIna! my Westrnsatta In Ir( rmr, 1sceidl u.-fy, son Idrtia lf llvlnil of Thorn" "J", if Us abova named Mich"' f'V'0f hli ,.d. th. Mm. nd " nU. th. writer of t IMtrr l,,rnrt 1010. addrsned to Smith, J'1,n?,'rrlB," Doiitny. rhUdJpbU, ao. "Kid pleas communicate wa i" fl 'Inn? LOST AND FOUND. i fcOST-Frldar ey.nln;. 'U"0, fkioar and Wsll . 4 i.,.T nun. way, pock.tbook containing ! dre3 dollars and numerou. PP'ri i of no value except to owner: !"' "r i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. WEATHER FORECAST. Snow flurries and slightly colder to-day; to-morrow fair; fresh northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 43;' lowest, as. Detailed ireatlltr reports will e found on tho editorial pat. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS 1 A,OTncSa VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 178 DAILY. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 192Q.ga'V.?wwSiw York, k. IN NEW YOnK CITY AND SUBURBS. I $13,000CHECKIS 'ARNSTEIN CLUE ' IN BOND THEFT Police Believe ."Muster Mind" in Big Plot Is Not Far From City. WIFE CAOT GET CASH Order on Bank; Dated Feb. 17, Since Fannie Brice Says He "Disappeared." TO QUESTION HER TO-DAY Two More Indictments Arc Returned Against "Biff Ed die" Fnrcy in Case. After It was discovered that Fannlo Brlcc had attempted to cash a check for $13,000 signed by her missing hus band. "Nicky" Arnsteln, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

lit &at U, tho possibility nmcRiUm. that event Uiey Intend to put oil thlr speakers In Uie floM. at on period of th ounpalsn or another, and .ft1 ?a,ftB tUpubllcan party pleds Itself to with draw America from the I ,n STpoMlbte, If it U not raUfled their Itabt will ta to insure that It shall not be tfutttd by the new Congress and admin istration. WILSON'S NOTE ON " ADRIATIC CABLED Officials Unwilling to Call It s Ultimatum. tptdal to Tjurflert d K " Hiuu. Wabuiwotoh, Feb. 21. The nnal draft cf the note of President Wilson In re ply to the Entente Premiers on the Adriatic Urua wai cableJ to night The cote was forwarded to both Paris and Imdon. but preaentaUon, according; to the State Department, will bo made In liondon by John W. Davis, the American Ambassador to Great Britain, as noon as It la decoded. There la marked unwllllncnoa on Jne part of SUte Ifcpartment officials to ad mit that the new document Is In any sense an ultimatum. This word tney avoid, and likewise they ahun a...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. PARIS SOCIALISTS WOULD JOIN LENIHE 31, Loriot Urges Adhesion to (lie Soviets by Trench Party. 31'LirLV BANKS OF GROUP Subject Will, Ho Dcbntert ai National Congress Hold in Strasbourg. tcia! Cable Petpatch to Tub Sun and Xrw Von Herai.p, Copyright, UM, by Tim Bra iM Nbw Yowc Hebaid. I'aris, Feb. 24. French political cir cles are discussing the Bcnrntlonal pro posal made by the Socialists at the CongrM of the Federation of Socialists el I'.irlH for unqualified adhesion to the Third Internationale, or Moscow Com mune. Once more the ranks of this turbulent organization are npllt asunder 0)i tut- l"ue of Bolshevism, and those . iu day before yesterday were consld cvd extremists and Bolshevists have Utn dethroned and replaced by cxtrem IstJ of an even redder hue. M. Loriot, popularly known aa Lentne'a ipokesman, now Is on top in the ranks of the Socialist party In Paris. lie Is urging a platform of adhesion to the So viet, as aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

i THE SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 192ft 1,000 WELCOME NEW ITALIAN ENVOY HERE Baron and Baroness Avczzana .Gncsts or Italian-America Society at Dinner. TALKS FREELY OF FIUME Ambassador Denies Aim of Im- perldllsm Tells of IHs ; Country's Finances. thousand members and ttUn&t of the Italy America Society welcomed to Now York with a dinner last night at the Hotel Aster the newly arrived Ital ian Ambassador, Haron ncrrnno Avexiana, and the Barones who s a,n American woman. Socially the affair was brilliant. A delightful feature was the stmrlnsr of MIm Claudia Mutlo. sup ported by the Metropolitan i Opera chorus Snd orchestra, conducted by Ju es SettL Charles K. Hughes, president of the eoclety. presided and delivered the ad drew of welcome. The Ambassador In r: ...... ..o.t ih Vlume Incl- ms response uk" - dent and the economic and financial condition of Italy wiin a usual to one clothed with high diplomatic After sketching the gallant part hU country played in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

sr. rM'f'rwfc . -m .1 w THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1920. MILITARY TRAINING OUT OF ARMY BILL jtepulilican Lenders Agree on Separata Legislation on Scheme Next December. ACTION DUE tfO POLITICS Steering Committee Wants Consideration Deferred Until After Xntionnl Convention. tuiNCTOX, Feb. 24. Universal military c-alulns will be omitted from. ,1,, House army reorBantiatlon bill and tf tho subject of separate leijlslatlon at tho next wsslon of Congrcns, beginning In December. This was agreed upon to-nlElit by He publican leaders and Itep ruentatlvo Kalin (Cal.), chairman of M Hoise Military Committee, after to (U' it Informal conferoncos. The agreement is looked upon as dlmlnatlng nny possibility of Republi can action In tho Houso which might be Interpreted as a stand on universal train ing In the Presidential campaign, and vlll leave tho party's attltudo a possi ble subject for consideration In framing the platform Members of the Republican legislative, fleerin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

M I 'J 6 4H- KACSTAY ASKS FID, FOR ASH REMOVAL I- Appeals to Aldermen forS270, j 000 to Hire Motor Trucks' for Work. necent inowstonns have hampered the Street Cleaning Department to uch on eitant that It will require J00 motor trucks for forty-five daya to brlnt the department' aah removal nchedule back lo normal In Manhattan. Brooklyn and The llronx. The ashea and traah piled up UohtT curbs and In the alleys of the three borouh amount to not less than - 40.000 cubic jardn. That condition of affalri waa disclosed omclally yesterday when Arnold B. Mac Stay, CommUaloner of Street Cleaning, applied '? he Board of Aldermen for an impropriation of 270,0O In upeclal revenue bond with which to hire the motor truck for the work. The city ba jiot the truck. Because of the larire r.umber needed. Commissioner MacStay , Jd. the -estimate of the cent of their aervlce la based upon $0 a day a truck Instead oM!5 paid hitherto. The fact that the request wa referred to a com mittee to be taken up a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

'fit :f t " i A. ' f PISE, ' 1 - -If -V. - 5, , , , THE SUN AND' NEW YORK, HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. .'.I . n 5 if .V r'.?' 'if' Makin for the leaders in every industry ' " ,'''.-,..-". ' , g folding boxes We serve the greatest pack age merchandisers of the coun try. Among our clients are: National Biscuit Company American Sugar Refining Co. Hanan & Son Kirkman & Son Johnson & Johnson - Colgate & Company Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling Company Royal Baking Powder Co. Bauer & Black Palmolive Company American Chicle Company Andrew Jergens Company Arbuckle Bros. N. K. Fairbank Company Huyler's Robt. H. Ingersoll & Bro. Beech-Nut Packing Co. Edison Storage Battery Co. Charles B. Knox Gelatine Co. Julius Kayser & Company INTO every American home these pack ages find their way! They deliver their contents biscuits, coffee, tea, cereals, dates, foodstuffs clean, fresh, untouched on the long journey from manufacturer to consumer. Billions of these product...

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

8 44- be 9 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. founded iw-ims- WKW TOUK, WKDMSOM.rKU! TUB aUK'MEfULD LOnl-pBATION. " Publishers. 2M Uroadway, Frank A. Mtrouy, '" V Wra. T :, Vice-president and Treasurer, Ervln nwrt. II. Tltherlngton, Secretary. NEWSSTAND WICKS., Dally, wo eente copy In New 1 w rltraad suburb and r'!!u wKl"53i". nUj .Inhere, ten tCnlS. . .. . ..i MAIL BVBSCMPTlON P.ATLS. JJaet of Mississippi One Pl On,t Year, Months. Month. Jlr Mill, Postpaid. luveri LY A SUNDAY.. IU.00 ! V' JJAILY only ; ' ;o SUNDAY onlv.. . . . . . i ri ns JJAIL UU.NUAI only, wanaua " . "JMipp Her ll polnti west of ."ffViKS !..-- it m . fir rta"V Of Call flunday edition!. rOKEION JIATE3. daily a sunday.. 1:500 DAILY only W ??2 SUNDAY only . All check!, money orders, made pyibla to The Eon-Herald. 140 1.50 to be European Edition. Tubllihed In Prli -r, y .?. "ri I'rlco In Paris ZS centimes, dlly ana "".jL-'Ra office. 40 avenue de L?nHSloB concerning .""j for the European Edition may bs oblimea from th main New ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920, 9 13T Smith College Club Has Dance for Endowment pinners "Precede Enjoyable Kntortaininont nt tlio Plaza to Aid Drive for $1,000,000. There was nn onjoynblo dnnre under 1 aucDlccH uf tho Smith College Club lisi nlsht In the Plpzn for the endow irrnt and building fund. It Is the aim i' the nlunime and students to ratso jj.quH.000. In advance of the dance din ners were given by Mrs. nichard M. .loiirjman. Mm. Honald Lee, Mrs. nwiRlit W. Morrow, Mrs. Harold, I. pratt. Mrf. Kdyvurd A. Qulnn, Mrs. H. F. Mollenhauer. Mrs. Scth Mllllken nnd ctliorp. Among the boxholdcrs were Mrs. K. llaywanl Kerry. Mrs. Edward S. Hark jies., Mrs. Harold A. Hatch, Mrs. Thomas V. Limont, Mrs'. Ocrrlsh II. Mllllken, jlrj. Georgo D. Notmnn and Mrs. Frank ' Vunilcrllp. For thoso who did not dance there were tables for bridge. Many jdunff people who previously attended ilie theatre or opera went on to the col lect dance. Supper was served ut mld- nisiit-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

H3w i'n, THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. 10 44 Edgar T. and Francis S. Appleby Are Beaten at 18:2 Balk Line in National Class A Amateur Billtard Tournament ft re APPLEBY BROTHERS "LOSE COE Edgnr T. Fnlls Before Percy Collins of Chiengo in National Amateur Toimicy, SCOIIK STANDS 300 TO 217 Tcrcy T. Trump Pcfrnts Other , New Yprker After I'plilll Stugglc by 300 to 250. KticM it tiis sex A!d New Tok Hmu. Boston. Mass., Feb. 54. Percy coiuns of Chicago defeated Edgar T. Appleby of o tno fog wnJcn gmn ukdy to bo passed. Johnson, It Is under New York SCO to 247 In twenty-nine In- j stood, held out for Harvey Woodruff, a sporting editor of Chicago, whom rings and Percy P. Trump of Pittsburg ; National League men regard as being too closo to tho head of tho American frlumtAert ocr Francis S Appleby of : League. Tho situation emphasizes strongly tho futility of the system whereby " v.... ,no t0 .50 ia i-lxty-flve In-j the chairman of tho National Commission Is elec...

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