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Among the hundreds of prominent spe.ta tors. of the Deiipsey Carpentier battle were (above) David Beiaaeo and one of his most popular stage prot?g?s, Leo? nora Ulrich, erstwhile star of. "The Son Daughter." Another ringside spectator was Lindlej M. Gar? rison (right), noted New York lawyer and former Secretary of War, w1 o is now re? ceiver for the Brook? lyn Rapid Transit Company. hit i r national-Underwood I A GENERAL VIEW OF THE ARENA WITH A RECORD CROWD OF OVER 90,000 Left ? PRINCESS FATIMA of Kabul, Afghanistan, who re? cently arrived in this country from the Ori? ent wearing a size? able diamond! neatly mounted in an all flesh setting in the side of her nose ?? a symbol of the lady's high estate. International Right ? CORNELL'S NEW PRESIDENT. Dr. Livingston Far rand, chairman of the Central Commit? tee of the Red Cross, formerly professor of anthropolgy at Co? lumbia and one time president of the Uni? versity of Colorado, who has been elected president of the fa? mous Ithaca institu? tion. Underwood Right?THE PRES? IDENT SPONSOR AT LAUNCHING. President Harding assists nine-year old Joe Freylinghuysen (his dad is senior Senator, from New Jersey) and his "gang" to christen and launch the Rari tan, a nine-foot vessel to be used on the Raritan Valley Country Club's arti? ficial lake to retrieve misdirected golf balls. Mr. Harding delivered a Fourth of July oration of a single sentence as he broke a beribboned bottle of mineral water across the tramp's bows. Leviek Above ? NEW IN T E R COLLEGIATE GOLF CHAMP. J. Simpson Dean, the crack Princeton player, who by superb golf, wrestled the in? tercollegiate cham? pionship fvom Jesse Sweetser, the plucky young Yale star at Greenwich last Satur: day by 3 up and 2 to play over 36 holes. Dean's triumph came at the end of his col? lege career while Sweetser will have another opportunity next year to regain his lost laurels. Keystone Right ? HURLING HAM FROM THE AIR during the win? ning of the interna? tional polo champion? ship by the American big four?Milburn, Hitchcock, Stoddard and Webb. The chal? lenging quartette won the first match 11 to 4 and the second 10 to 6. At the left is hard-hitting Cap? tain Devereaux Mil burn of the Americans leaving the field draped in blankets after the final match. Underwood'International > Above ? THE ACTUAL KNOCKOUT. Referee Ertle is shown counting out Carpentier, who is making a heroic effort to regain his feet after beintr floored by Dempsey's ter? rific right over the heart. The undisputed heavy? weight champion stands in his corner awaiting the final count of ten before going to his fallen adver? sary's assistance. C. Curtis