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June 10, 1915
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A BREATH OF SALT SEA AIR AND A GLIMPSE OF SPORTS TO BRIGHTEN THE DATS WORK
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"AS HAPPY AS A CHILD" W'tSv ' SSmF J ''' LOOKING OUT TO SEA : .'!
And who wouldn't be? She is one of a thousand enviable ones. Wf'' 'V , ST Hsfe-- Tt "T ''.kK' A pensive moment after tho heyday of excitement on the beach. " ;$
ELEANORA SEARS SMASHING
Misa Soars came to St. Martin's to play in the woman's lawn tennis
championship matches. She is playing today in the fourth round.
AIIOUT TO DESCRIBE A BOW OF BEAUTY IN A PLUNGE
When "lovely woman" prepares for a high dive she presents a sight which may not be
described except by the camera, as above.
MISS SOPHIE NORRIS AFTER SERVICE
She was entered with Miss Mary Williams in the doubles championship,
but was defeated in the first round.
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iL iB W week the Penn vanuy crew haa gan to Pougfakeejai for fiaal traimig The S of S f22S If 22t PR P0U,GHKEEPSIE YESTERDAY
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