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3 t tin AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 5-PART I EIGHT PAGES r,i NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1920. Copyright. IMP. tV TAf Hun and Sne York Herald. PICTORIAL SECTION Unusual photograph showing the alumnae of the Spence School in costume for the ballet "Coppelia." Performances were given last Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday evening at the Hotel Plaza, the proceeds to go to a home for babies. Copyright. Underwood & Underwood. Hunter College girls of to-day clad in their grandmothers' gowns. They paraded Fifth ave nue to aid the college fund. Ieft to right The Misses Hortense Lion, Elsie Gronan, Mary M. Towers, Helen Luckey and Lillian Nicolaus. . Photo international. Nurses' Emergency Council in session to aid the influenza hght in New York. Included in the picture are Miss Mary Parsons, Miss Elizabeth Greeg, Mrs. Anne A. Stevens, Miss M. L. Daniels, Miss May Tolman, Miss Lillian D. Wald. Miss Mary Arnold and Miss Anne Goodrich. Copyngnt, Underwood A Underwood. o At left W. B. Yeats and his whe, recent arrivals in America. The famous poet is here . for a three months lec ture tour. Copyright. Keystone View. At rightr-The windiest corner in the Windiest City in the recent snow storm. Corner of State and Madison streets, Chicago. Copyright, International. rift-. -3. -1.