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2 New York Tribune
The winning smile of Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, wife of the Governor of Massachusetts and Republican can? didate for the Vice-Presidency. -Mrs. Coolidge be? fore her martiale, in 1?.0(>, was Miss Grace Goodhue, and taught school in Northampton, the same little Bay State village in which the Coolidges now live. The greatest of all race horses, Samuel 1). Riddle's marvelous Man o' War, ?jockey Kum? mer up, photographed just after having given the most sensational exhibition of speed ever seen on the racetrack one mile and three furlongs in 2:14 1-5, at Belmont track a week ago yesterday, which bleaks the world's rec? ord by 2 3-5 seconds. Mjm o' War's owner recently refused a quarter of a million dol? lars for his wonderful three-year-old. I Left ? Secretary of the Navy at the bat. And, judging by the broad grin, he's knocked the horsehide out of the lot in this friendly little game with his sons at their Washington h o m e. Note that (as in most everything else) the Honorable .Josephus \bats cross-handed. h. ,I.StOII< I ?Vic Right ? Paul? ine M o s b y Coleman, of Wash ington, pretty grand? daughter o f Colonel John S. Mosby of Civil War fame, who yesterday un? veiled a 25 foot granite shaft in her gran d d addy's honor at War renton, Va. V e t e r ans of Mosby's fa mous com mand attended the ceremo? nies. Above?Like the rest of the country, Ni? agara Falls has gone dry too ? at 1 e a s t that's the impression one gets from the above unusual photo? graph of the Ameri? can side of the fa? mous cataract. Knit. I .( Hi thirl Right A hundred thousand California fruit g r o w e r s ;-? e lected Miss Violet Oli? ver as the prettiest girl in the state and sent her to the Chi? cago Convention to spread raisin propa? ganda among the vis? iting delegates. A? iistoin Above?West Point's larg? est graduating class. 272 strong, spick and span in their natty summer uniforms, are inspecte?! in a Commencement Day re? view by General John I. Pershing, class of '86. The General and his staff are shown passing between the lines of the finest drilled military outfit in the world. Below--.). B. Cullom, .Jr., of Pennsylvania, winner of th. highest honors in West I Point's Class of 1920. it ?</. Worta hit, ,??i,,,??/ Fifty-seven employees of the Watervliet arsenal comfortably perched along the sixty-nine-foot barrel of the heaviest _un in the world. "Big Sam," jus; completed, weighs 1,700 tons, is the first wire wound 10-inch rifle made in the United Statt?*-.. and will he used for coast defense work. The rifle, costing $200,000, can hurl a 2,400-lb. projectile ?1 miles. ? ..,-.. ?ZTEf? ? % s. ?? > ; y. l?rtni?'e;,.,: //,, . .... ct?-terj %?'"''/-?!..>,? (' / / &? .v .. .. c XJoor? jf?t _ - "Dear 'Sallies'?Here are our 'old clothes.' Good luck! Signed- -White House Sheep." So read th ? cards on the two great bags of wool shorn from the Executive Mansion's famous flock of sheep and presented to the Salvation Army by President Wilson. i???/ ... ?.i l?g tit?"New York's most picturesque ceremony in honor of Flag Day. Over 2,000 school children make an ofli cial pilgrimage to the Goddess of Liberty and are the guests of Lieu? tenant Colonel 1. M. Madison, com mander of Fort Wood. Bedloe's I*-! and. The children recited the pledge of allegiance to the flag, sang the "Star-Spangled Banner," were taken to the top of the famous statue and afterward visited the radio station and the soldiers' barracks. < <?????. Left?Just had to print an? other picture of Mary and Doug. This time the mill? ion-dollar smiles of th. nvwlyweds register au re? voir as they sail for Eu? rope on a In-lated honey? moon aboard the S. S. Lap? land. '?"'? -?"?"??-?