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ZIP! HERE'S A HOT ONE, BUT YOU CAN BET
THIS GIRL WILL GET HER MITTS ON IT!
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(Copyright, Underw ood & Underwood.) .
No, you guessed wrong! This isn't
Ray Schalk in his new spring White
Sox togs. The young person who
catches a ball with the professional
air of the star American leaguer is
none other than Eleanore Sears,
Fox's "million dollar film," unan
nounced as yet, is half completed.
Herbert Brennon, who is directing
Annette Kellermann in the picture,
began work last August -
Boston society girl, who amuses her
self at Coronado Beach, CaL, practic
ing the great American game. Miss
Sears is also a tennis star and several
times has been reported engaged to
Harold Vanderbilt Each time the re
port has been denied.
Tom Ince's production, "Hell's
Hinges," featuring W. S. Hart, has
taken Broadway by storm. New York
critics claim it is one of the best films
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