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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER
PHILADELPHIA; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922
WEARING TUP Yl'LETIDE SMILE. Mis Ma-i
McGettigan hrd armful of gifts at end of jcs-
tcruay's shopping tour.
JUST RETURNED FROM HONEYMOON IN
BERMUDA. Resy Bill Ryan, National L?ague
pitcher, and his bride, formerly Miss Anna Reidy,
an old schoolmate
WOMAN STOWAWAY nearly get away with at-
tempt te enter United States She is Freda Khncr-
hemann, who was dscetred six days out from
Germany, concealed w the Pittsburgh's held.
MR. BENJVM1N BAYARD AMELU,
ADAMS, chairman of l'enn geccennan, pi-l;..l
Rotary Cl'ib Santa for Ail-Stai team
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THL OLD WING FEELS THE SAME AS EVER.
Uepu 1 r' nalian and Christy Mathewson, once
'aii'i Innnt players, photographed at recent
Nati-nal League Conference in New Yerk.
SPECTACULAR FIRE IN BUFFALO, New Yerk, continued te rage, despite
efforts of fire department. The whole northern section of the city wns smothered
with dense clouds of smoke from blazing oil tanks.
ROWING CHAMPIONS QUIT VESPER BOAT
CLUB. Paul V. Costelle, national singles scull cham
pion, and Jehn B. Kelly, former world's champion
single sculler, resign following former's suspension.
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AN EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPER. Miss Mary
Chalfonte had her hands full when caught by the
came: a yesterday.
BUYING CHRISTMAS STAMPS FOR HIS
HORSE. Olllcer Leuis Mayas purchased some ler
Beb, fiem Miss Rese Cortelyou, daughter of
FAIR COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY BASKETBALLERS. Miss Sylvia Slifer and
Miss Mildred Jennings, play guard and forward, respectively. The feimer is a
graduate of William Penn High Scheel, and the latter a graduate of Erasmus
Hall, Brooklyn, N. Y.
BUYING THE CHRISTMAS WREATH. Pave
ment merchants are reaping a rich harvest sell
ing Yule-tide novelties.
COACHES TWO FOOTBALL TEAMS FROM
WHEEL CHAIR. Heward G. Cleveland, of Mo Me Mo
deseo, California, although paralyzed from the waist
down, attains great success with his two teams.
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gent, seriously ill
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OVER THE HURDLES AT NEWBURY STEEPLECHASE. The runaway !s pictured taking the
lead at the last Jump in the Juvenile Selling Hurdle Race at English meet. A large and enthu
siastic gathering of racetrack fans thronged the ceurcj at this event
AT PEKING FALL RACE MEET.
Captain A. C. Smith, American Naval
Attache at Peking, and Dr. Jacob
Schurman, the American Minister
MI1-- HELEN WAINWRIGHT, one of
hf '!(. uti -t of all-around women
CAN YOU RECALL THIS BIT OF OLD PHILADELPHIA?
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THE BEDTIME STORY BY RADIO. Little Billy
and Frank Uphoff, listening te the Sandman story
broadcast from Davenport, Iowa, at their home t
Kerbaugh Street, Philadelphia.
MISS A1LEEN RIUGIN, among the
leading American women swimmers
GENERAL M. G.
d"nt of Cuba, lucent
arrival in U. S.
M A S A N 0 HANI
1IARA, slated as new
Japanese ICnvey te U.S.
LNTERTAINS STAGE FAVORITES OF BYGONE DAYS, at Christmas party. I ermcr stnrs, res
idents of the Edwin Ferrest Heme, guests at the matince poifennanco of "Geed Morning, Dearie,"
at tht Ferrest Theatre, jesterday. The hostess, Louise Greedy, feature player U that theatre,
is pictured above among hir guests.
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A BROAD STREET SCENE IN 1905. This herder and his fleck of bheep, once a familiar
fw would net be ambling along Bread street in such a peaceful manner nowadays. Con Cen
trfiuted by Newell Studies, 255 Seuth Sixth street. Send u3 your old Philadelphia photographs
DID YOU EVER TRY IT? Much skill is required te beceme an expert en the long wooden run
nels, but the pkasure of ski-ing is well worth the effort it takes te learn. Above is a beginner
learning te eki en the snow-clad hills about Quebec
THE LITTLE BRIDESMAIDS WORE LONG PURITAN FROCKS -t n, w,i,iinn- of Mr.
.,. -, .,.s ,, vjiuicii, uirecuy nxter tne ceremony
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