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SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CLUB AT NEW ROCHELLE
Watching the billiard game are some of the people
retary of the club, Mr. E. Irving Hansen, chairman,
who started the club: Mr. Reed, executive sec
Mr. Augustus Thomas and Mayor Waldorf, New
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Canteen run by the Red Cross.
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O. P. Heggie as Shylock and Laurette Taylor as Portia in scenes from "The Merchant
The Girl (Lillian Gish), rather than be captured by the Germans, begs her lover (Rob?
ert Harron) to kill her?in D. W. Griffith's new film, "Hearts of the World."
Oh, it s good to be "Fancy Free." and it's bet?
ter still to be Marilynn Miller, who trips through
this melodious comedy in a Marguerite frock
of pussy willow silk.
The very spirit of youth has been caught and
sartorialized into this afternoon, frock of pink
Van Raalte net and pink ribbon shown at the
Fashion Show of the Fashion Art League of
America. pixuto. r..-...-.-.*.nu<_.
To .create an evening gown for war times that
is formal and yet sufficiently informal to be
characteristic of the times is an achievement of
the Fashion Art League of America at their re?
cent Fashion Show. Of Van Raalte net_it's
service is thus assured?it is touched up in
black and gold brocaded ribbon.
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In this picture Sue MacManamy
looks little like a German spy;
nevertheless, that is the part she
plays in "An American Ace,"
Lincoln J. Carter's new war play.
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