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E. W. Robinson Defeated by His Father and by Harold Clark
- Bosworth Drops Two Van Wickle Gaines to Eddie
Clark Dr. Zarbnan Leading Second Division Annual
Meeting Adjourns for Another Session Friday. , ,
, Fine rooue was played on the courts
of the National Boque association on
, Wednesday, and the second day of ,the
33d annual tournament brought ita
surprises. The chief of these was
Champion Everett W. Robinson's tem
porary lack of form at a number of
critical stages,' which cost him his
game with Harold Clark, present lead
er of the first division, and again the
match in which he met liis father in1
the afternoon. Playing , at times his
usual steady, consistent, well calculat
ed game, the champion occasionally
failed to put through some easy shots,
and these slips, with the opportunity
they gave his two watchful opponents
to get him safely wired up, were the
factors in two defeats that will make
it hard for him to become dangerous
to the championship contenders. Yet
if he "comes back" .in the games that
are to follow, there is a fighting
chance foV the young champion and
with their hardest games -before the
other leaders it is too early to predict
the outcome of the week.
Harold Clark's Chances Look Good.
Harold Clark, however, at the pres
ent standing, seems to' have the odds
in his favor. His record of games won
and lost and the brilliance that at
times marks his always careful game
j indicate that he has a splendid chance
' for maintaining his present winning
stride. His games with Loue Stockwell
of Norwich, who is among the most
promising of the younger players, and
later against Frank H. Foss of Willi
mantic, who entered, the tourney on
Wednesday after a lapse of several
years,- gave him. opportunity to show
his skill with mallet and balls, but it
was the contest with Champion Rob
inson that brought out his fine points
of technique and his headwork. Be
tween the two experts there was little
margin as they made the circuit of
the arches with their two balls, but, a
margin of steadiness while Robinsjn
missed a couple of fairly easy ones
brought the Springfield player in to
the stake the winner. It was one of
the decisive battles of the tourney.
But when Harold meets his brother
Eddie, and when the Clarks meet Cox,
there are quite likely to be further
Eddie Clark in his 'opening games
Wednesday displayed the same ac
curacy of eye and boldness of shoot
ing that has returned him champion
three times before. . H. T. Webb, who
himself is no mean player, had hardly
a chance before the almost faultless
precision of the Springfield roquist.
Clark took one ball around to the last
arch and the other to the cage before
Webb had much more than started the
game. The latter was frequently left
in embarrassing positions which his
best caroming could not get him out
of. Eddie Clark had less difficulty in
his games with Foss and Stockwell.
It is only fair to say that the Willi
mantic player is handicapped by his
absence from the game for several
seasons and by his lack of preliminary
practice. In the old days he could
wield the mallet with the best of them.
He did succeed In trimming Charles
Jacobus on Wednesday, while Webb
evened up his defeat at Clark's bands
by taking one from Foss.
Downed the President.'
A most interesting game to watch
was that between President William
son and W. C. Rodman, the Philadel
phian, Wednesday afternoon. It was
a peppery affair, on the surface, at
least,and the veterans were doing their
best to show the onlookers roque as it
may be played. A very even game it
was, .too, and warm were the con
gratulations showered upon Rodman
when he finally disposed of his
t doughty antagonist. It happened to be
Mr. Williamsons' second defeat, his
chain of victories being broken whn
Charlie Williams a little earlier settled
the championship of the District of
Cohrmbia by taking the balls away
from his worthy fellow Washtagton
ian. With the start of the Van Wiekle
play in the evening, a new element of
interest entered into the tourney. And
in the first night's play carried on un
der weather conditions that were oo
pressive in the extreme. Eddie Clark,
the defender, demonstrated his play
ing power more conclusively than ever.
He took both games after the best
roque that has been seen on the
courts. The only drawback was the
combination of temperature, humidity
and rain, and in spite of the circum
stances the crowd at the js, Rockwell
street grounds . was good ""sized and
appreciative of good playing. Tubha'
band, with Director Swahn 'leading,
gave a well selected programme, and
it was announced that this evening the
continuance or me van wickle games
will be marked by the observance of
business mens and club night, with
music by, Swahn's orchestra and Mas
ter Harry Allen, the five year old cor
, nettet. "
Clark Leads for Van Wickle.
In the opening game for the flmst
Van Wickle, Bosworth got the bails
at the saart and was carvlna- them
around the arches with ease when a
miss gave wiark just the chance he
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wanted to break up the New London
er's game. Clark got the balls on a
close shot and after that Bosworth was
not in the game. Clark took the balls
to start with and ran one around to
the arch coming home before Bosworth
took a band. .
He seemed bent to redeem himself
and carried his two balls, one- to the
third arch coming home and the oth
er to the cage. .Clark had his white
wired up in 'the seventh arch and 'Bos
worth was a. long way ahead coming
strong for home. Then with a won
derful carom. Clark started In a run
that enabled him to overtake and van
quish his able opponent.
Game Put Over to Today.
J. D. Miner of East Greenwich, R.
I., and Dr. Zartman of Philadelphia,
contended for the second Van Wickle
in a long battle wlVh they finally put
over until tonight on . account of " the
rain. The roquists are looKing on with
admiration at the string of wins which
Rr. Zartman, new' this year in Nor
wich has been scoring.
t Summary.
The-" summary of the games and the
First Division Games.
Harold Clark defeated Frank H.
Foss, C. C. Cox defeated W. L. Rob
inson, Loue Stockwell defeated C. G.
Williams, Harold Clark defeated E,
W. Robinson, Frank H. Foss defeated
E. G. Adams C. C. Cox defeated
Charles Jacobus, L. G. Wiliamson,
defeated Charles Jacobus, Eddie Clark
defeated F. H. Foss, Eddie Clark de
feated Loue Stockwell, C. C. Cox de
defeated Loue Stockwell, Eddie Clark
defeated H. T. Webb, A. D. Spellman
defeated E. G. Adams, L. C. Will
iams defeated E. G. Adams C. C. Cox
defeated W. C. Rodman,. C. G. Will
lams defeated L. C. Williamson, W. L.
Robinson defeated E. W. - Robinson,
Harold Clark defeated L. Stockwell,
W. C. Rodman defeated L. C. Williams,
H. T. Webb defeated F. H. Foss.
First Division Standing.
W. L.
Harold Clark, Springfield .V 3
L. C. Williamson, Washington.. 4
A. D. Spellman, Willimantic .... 2
C. G. Williams, Washington .... 2
H. T. Webb Westchester, Pa .... 2
E. W. Robinson. Mansfield Mass. 1
Loue Stockwell, " Norwich 3
Charles Jacobus Springfield .... 1
W. L. Robinson, Mansfield Mass. 1
Edward Clark, Springfield '. . 3
C. C. Cox, Maiden, Mass 4
Frank H. Foss. Wilimantic 1
W. C. Rodman, Philadelphia ..1
E. G. Adams, Kingston, N. Y.. . .. 0
Second Division Games.
W. , T. Sullivan defeated C. B.
Crowell. F. P. Fenton defeated C. B.
Crowell, R, G: Zartman defeated W.
T. Sullivan, F. M. Thompson defeated
F. P. Fenton, J. D. Miner defeated S.
B. Prentice, J. D. Miner defeated C.
B. Crowell, R. C. Zartman defeated
G. A. Sullivan, C. B. Crowell defeated
S. B. Prentice, W. T. Sullivan defeat
ed F. T. Williams,-F. M. Thompson
defeated J. E. Webb Captain H. Wan
ly defeated C. B. Crowell, R. C. Zart
man defeated Jr. M.. Thompson, J. u.
Miner defeated J. E. Webb. J. D. Mi
ner defeated Captain H. Wahly.
Second Division Standing.
W. 1m
Dr. R. C. Zartman, Priladelphia. . 6 0
F. M. Thompson, Danbury 3
F. P. Fenton, Willimantic
Capt H. Wahly, Washington.
F. J. Williams. Willimantic .
.. 2
W. T. Sullivan Norwich 3
J. E. Webb, Westchester, Pr.... 1
Guy Sullivan, Norwich 0
C. B. Crowell, Brattleboro, Vt.... 1
S. B. Prentice, Providence 0
C. M. Thompson, Willimantic .... 2
J. D. Miner. East Greenwich .... 4
President L. G. Williamson of Wash
ington called the players in from the
courts at 4.30 o'clock Monday after
noon for the annual meeting of the
association. Secretary A. ,L. Peale
read the minutes of the meetings a
year ago and then on motion of Prof.
Charles Jacobus it was arranged to
have the adjourned meeting held on
Friday; 11 a. m. was the hour decided
upon. The first report read was that
of Treasurer James L. Case, and the
figures that he read were highly sac
isfactory. He reported, as one item,
the receipt of $125 from the Norwich
Board of Trade, and the payment of
the same sum to E. G. Adams of
Kingston, N. Y., for cement borders.
Chairman Horace T. Webb of the
committee on arrangements reported
14 members claying in the first division
and 1'2 in the second. He stated that
the suggestion had been made to score
the games on the percentage system,
by points, and also advanced the sug
gestion, for the consideration of the
members, that the first division be di
vided into two classes, A and B Class
A would include the men who have
won championship honors and Class
B would be for the others.
W. L. Robinson for the finance com
mittee reported things in good shape,
but deferred his figures until Friday.
W. C. Rodman moved that last year's
nominating committee be empowered
to bring in a list of officers on Fri
day, . Rules Revisions.
Charles Jacobus, chairman of the
committee on rules, said that he had
secured from the secretary the names
and addresses of ill the parties inter
ested and he har" -"d a circular Taint
ed and sent tr -h of them asking1
tor suggestions . regard to revisions.
It appears that there will be few
changes as a result of these sutreres-
tions. To 11 out the committee on
rules, which as elected comprised Prof.
Jacobus, C. C Cox, Dr. B. R Veasey
oi -nnaaelphia,W. H. Wahly of Wash
ington and J. C. Kirk of PhiladelDhia.
the last three of whom are not present
this year, as yet, Charles G. Williams,
Mr. Rodman and F. M. Thompson
were added. The Danbury delegate
said that he was not up on the rules,
but the president replied that that was
wny ne ougnt to te put on.
Panama-Pacific Exposition.
Mr. Rodman stated that he had been'
in correspondence with C. G. Evans,
who was here last year from Portland
Ore., and now lives in San Francisco,
regarding roque plans for the Panama
Pacific exposition. Mr. Rodman said
he was going, and it amieared that
there was good reason for going, as
ne nan just Deaten tne president of the
association. Charles . Jacobus -said
that a railroad company was making
a special offer for roque players froia
umcago to tne coast, and this an
nouncement was pleasing to the mem
bers. (Mr. Redman, however, said he
wanted to bo, ay way or the canal.
Secretary Peale read this letter from
Mr. 'Evans outlining the plans:
158 Geary Street,
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 10, 1914.,
Mr. Arthur L. Peale, Secretary Na
tional Roque Association:
My Dear Mr. Peale:
I regret that I cannot take part In
the national tournament this year.
However. I am at San Francisco now
in the interest of the international
roque tournament for 1915. There will
'-tie nearly 50 new courts built within
the next three months in 100 miles of
San Francisco-
I wish you would urge the national
association to do all. they can, for the
international tournament, in the way
ox prizes, medau, etc., and appoint a I
committee for the international roque
tournament as part of the executive
committee of the several roque asso
ciations to be appointed in conjunction
with the International Panama-Pacific
exposition. Also please inform me of
the time most convenient for the hold
ing of this tournament after June 25th,
1915, for the majority of the members
of the national association.
It is the desire" of the members and
clubs affiliated with the Pacific Coa3t
Roque association to make San Fran
cisco in 1915 the greatest roque center
the game has ever known. It is my
desire and intention to edit a small 24
page magazine in the interest of tn
ternational roque if I can receive i
good support from the eastern roquers,
Hoping to receive all possible aid in
the interest of roque from the national.
l am,
Yours with success,
Secretary P. C. R. A.
President Williamson referred the
matter to the committee on arrange
ments, to be reported on Friday.
Roque at Chautauqua.
- This letter from John N. Tavlor
describing the flourishing condition ol
roque at Chautauqua, N. Y., was lis
tened to with interest when read by
tne secretary:
Chautauqua. N. Y., Aug. 10,1914.
Mr. Arthur L. Peale, Secre..
M. R. A. of America.
Norwich, Conn.
, Dear Sir and Gentlemen: Enclnanri
hand you two checks, viz: one of five
uoiiars, as my usual personal contri
bution towards expenses of National
tournament, and one of two dollars.
annual dues of Chautauqua Roque
ciuo to n. li. a. j -i
By separate - mail am sending you
also a photo of one of our four
roque courts, of which we will next
year probably build another one or
two more. We are also now corui
tempiating - Duudlng a roof over one
court to b fitted with electric light.
The club feels, in view of the per-
tection of our new plant of .four courts.
all with concreate borders and abso
lutely regulation arches of one half
inch tool steel wire, "Every arch
Duut like a battleship," that it should
be illustrated in the new rule book to
be issued this year. Should there be
any expenses in connection therewith,
will thank you to notify me as we will
De perlectly willing to pay a reason
able amount for said illustration.
Chautauqua Roque club also begs to
call attention of players to our courts,
upon which there will have spent ap
proximately, five hundred dollars, in
the two years of 191S-1914, giving us
one of the best and most nearly per
feet roque plants in the country, and
to invite players to make Chautauqua
their summer headquarters. Our
courts are situated in a natural ravine,
on the edge of the old forest and en
tirely surrounded by its trees. For
years past there has not been a day
(rain excepted), on which it was not
delightful to play so far as temperature
Is concerned. The thermometer here
seldoms gets higher than eighty-five
degrees and the Roque Ravine and
brook of living water running through
it, is noted as, "The Coolest Spot on
tne tjrounas, " in warm weather.
Chautauqua itself is fourteen hun
dred feet altitude and seven hundred
feet higher than Lake Erie, which is
only ten miles away in direct line.
Trusting you' wil call attention of
Roque iplayers attending tournaments
to these facts and will also give the
subject illustration mentioned herein
your caretui attention, thanking you
also in advance..
Very trulv yours. '
Newark, N. J.
Secretary Peale said that he had ac
knowledged it and sent the greetings
of the National association.
These two resolutions were present
ed by Prof. Jacobus, as chairman of
the committee on resolutions, were
greeted with applause and were adopt
ea witn a rising vote.
Norwich, Aug. 19, 1914.
Whereas, in previous years, there
has been, with reason, some lack of
complete satisfaction in the condition
or preparation of the courts for Na
tional Tournament play, and
Whereas, this year, we are trying to
the full rich pleasures, of improved
and satisfactory courts and
Whereas, this great change has been
secured to us , first by the generous
action and interest of the mayor and
board of trade, and second, by the
skilful labors and untiring devotion,
and most liberal offer of our esteemed
delegate, from Kingston, N. Y., Mr. E
G. Adams, therefore
Resolved, that this association puts
on record its heartfelt appreciation of
the successful action and efforts of the
city s representatives, and our King
ston delegate.
-Whereas, This National Roque asso
ciation has, in its annual meetings in
this city enjoyed for years the wel
come of it's citizens and the much es
teemed favors and advantages of the
public press, therefore at this, our 33rd
regular annual meeting, this 19th day
or August. 1914
Resolved: That we. the several del
egates hereto, from Various sections of
the country, desire to express our con
tinuea nearty appreciation of every
thing that has been done in our in
terests, and thta we shall again carry
away with us happy remembrances of
this meeting to cheer us through the
year to come as we occasionally re
view the memories-of the pleasures.
and the genial friend she has rained
at our several reunions in this, the
Rose City of "New England.
Passed unanimously by a rising vote.
Proposed Honorary Membership,
Treasurer James L. Case brought be
fore the meeting the idea of having
an honorary membership. He consld
ered it a good plan and thought that
there were men in Norwich and other
cities who were enough interested to
become honorary members at $5
year. He made the suggestion
that the necessary steps -be
taken - so that the matter might be
voted on at the adjourned meeting and
it was so voted. At s o ciock tne meet
ing went'out until 11 o'clock on Friday
To Be Organized Under Direction of
Captain James Ward.
Ocean beadi is to have a regularly
organized life saving corps. Capt.
James Ward, state organizer for the
United States Volunteer Life Saving
corps, is in New London and is to
organize the corps.-
Captain- Ward has been sent by
the national headquarters to pro
vide dangerous fcathing spots with
life saving facilities. Ocean beach, as
the place where the great majority of
bathers go, is selected as the first
place for the organization of a corps.
Buster Elibnsky has been selected
as commodrore of the corps. Elion
sky is at the beach practically all the
time. He is a powerful swimmer and
courageous and already he has, several
rescues to his credit.
The plan is to secure by popular
subscription funds sufficient to estab
lish and maintain this corps. The cot
tagers at Ocean beach will be solicit
ed first, because they are naturally
most -vitally interested with their chil
dren bathinsr daily always exposed to
Next to Woolworth's 5 end 10c store
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the natural risks, such as drowning
from cramps, etc
It is planned to establish the corps
this year with the idea that when the
summer season opens next year there
will be established and well-equipped
corps ready to render scientific life
saving service.
It is not believed that there wili
be any trouble in securing volunteers
for the corps at the beach. There are
a number of young men there, expert
swimmers, who have said on former
occasions that they would volunteer
If a corps was organized. Many of
them ahve saved a number of lives inJ
past seasons.
The plan is to have one or more
life savers ton duty all day.
The Power. Behind.
Russia may persecute the Jews in
day of peace, but when the money
chests of the world's bankers are
needed the restrictions are quickly re
laxed. London Free Press.
Bridgeport The Splitdorf Electrical
Company of Newark, X. J.. has brought
suit in the Civil Superior Court
against the American Cyrlecar Com
pany of this city for $12,000 damages.
The plaintiff claims that amount was
loaned to the defendant on July 27 of
this year and it has not- been paid..
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To the Automobile
uving Public :
The 1915 Buick line Is to be
considered before you purchase, if
you desire to do justice to your
public. ,
Model 24-C Runabout .-. . . . $ 900.00 '
Model 25-C' Touring Car : $ 950.00
Model 36-C Runabout $1185.00
Model 37-C Touring Car $1235.00
Model 55-C Six Cylinder Touring Car $1650.00
This line of cars will compete with any model in price
and quality in anything marketed for 1915.
The same announcement was made for 1914, and if
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that the above statement is correct. ,
Telephone 929 Norwich, Conn.
op -
Takes great pleascre in show
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and fit, and we have them
Would-be-Burglars Were Operating,
But Were Scared Away Nothing
Taken. f
When the store of A. S. Spalding at
no. 57 Franklin street was opened on
Wednesday morning itwas found that
an attempted burglary had been made
during the night as the glass in ooth
tiicfrcr.t and back doors was found
broken around the locks and at the
front door the stone thai had been
used was found on the floor.
A padlock on the backdoor prevent
after they had broken hte glass, but
there was nothing to hinder them
coming in by the front door. As the
cash register wa sf-mnd intact and
nothinp else in the store had been
tout tied, it is believed that they must
have been scared away before they
go: in.side.
The wou!J-h;irg:ars left nj clue.
West Hartford--A carrier for the
mails has been secured in the person
of Benjamin Lifshitz, of No. 7 Arthur
place. Hartford, .who has been award
ed the contract. He is to receive
$1,100 and the time extends from Au
gust 24 to the 30th-of June, 1917.-
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I ACT WFClr This is the last week of the August
LfiJ 1 H LLh Sale of Blankets. This Sale includes
upwards of two thousand pairs of Blankets, bought from
the best manufacturers in the country, AT AN AVER---AGE
REGULAR PRICES. Following is a brief list of the
values offered:
Cotton Blankets-Wool Finish Blankets
One case of Cotton Blan
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Sals price a pair
Two cases of 10-4 size
Cotton Blankets August
Sale price a pair
One case of extra large
Cotton Blankets, value J1.25
a pair August Sale price
Wool Blankets-Some
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25 pairs strictly All Wool Plaid Blankets, in variety of hand- q j
some color combinations, value $5.50 a pair August Sale price ?U.uO
Better Grades of White Wool Blankets
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Here Are Two Extra Special Offerings
$8.50 Blankets at $6.45
50 pairs 'of size 11-4 fine
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Manufacturers' Sample Blankets about 20 pairs of the finest kinds
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is fully one-third less than regular prices. (
In order that everyone may have an equal opportunity to share in this
money-saving occasion, we. will upon payment of a reasonable deposit,
store any Blankets bought during this Sale until they are wanted.
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Hair Dressing, Mar.
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anything to Orocerlea, Can Goods,
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drop In to the little store of.
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Headquarters for Cigar and Smokers'
Graduate Veterinarian
Bailey's Stable, 371 Main Sb
Phone coanectioii
We still have a large assortment of
the different grades left over, and at
greatly reduced prices, which we will
be pleased to show you.
Mouldings and Cut Out Borders to
match same. Also Paints, Muresco
in white and tints, and general assort
ment of decorative supplies, including
Papier Macho for halls and vestibules.
Orders received for painting, paper
banging and decorating. .
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Ths COAL That Please
58 Thames St. Phone 402
Tuesday was the 62nd birthday of
Morton F. Plant of New .London.
It was originally intended that the
anniversary should be marked by
his marriage to Mrs. Selden B. Man
waring, daughter of Mrs. Rowena
Cad well of No. 147 Sigourney street,
but the date was changed and the
wedding took place in June at East
ern Point
& PHlchell
Size 11-4 Woolnap- Blan
ket, value J2.00 -a pair tf OA
August Sale price..'. '. pU
Woolnap Blankets, 11-4
size, value $2.50 a pair ?1 Q?
August Sale price l.UJ
11-4 size Woolnap Blan
kets, value $3.00 a pair
August Sale price
Remarkable Values
White Wool Blankets, pink
and blue borders, value Ci'T QtT
15.00 August Sale price..
I $12.50 Blankets at $7.95
One lot of high-grade fine
quality. Single Blankets, in
a variety of Solid Colors,
value $12.50 Auswst Sale I US
- Couch Throws, Etc
One lot of Blanket Bath
Kobe Patterns, in a splen
did assortment of color
ings, value $2.00 Special
Size 72x90, strictly all wool
Couch Throws and Slum
ber Robes, value $10.00 CROC
Special price U.OU
We are headquarters
for Confectionery, Ice Cream and Toda '.
Water. We carry a complete line of
Stationery and Souyenlr Postcards. '
Jy4TB Baltic. '
Rogers Domestic Laundry
A Specialty
Tel. IU
Chestnut Street'
You Can Get Your
Thank you;
C. S. F
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Sells the Ralston Health Shoes'
.otlil2iff Better In the Market, .
219-225 Central Ave.
43 Broadway, Central Building
Telephone 341-3 J -
Machinist and Engineer.
St:n Engine Repairs. -
G. E. HODGE, '
127. Franklin Street
Particular attention given to Gen
tlemen's Driving Horses. TeL 19
Miss Alys Gregory, assistant organ
izer for the Connecticut Suffrage. As
sociation, sailed for Europe last Satur
day. -Miss Gregory is well known Jn
this City, she together with Miss Emily
Pierson, Stat organizer, have Just
completed canvassing three of. the
large counties of the .State, and Miss
Gregory fells that she is, much in need
of quiet and rest.
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