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John Carleton of the Dartmouth Outing Club winning the Beck trophy with a ski jump of 110 feet at Lake Placid, N. Y. The trophy for which this year's contest was held is pre sented by Charles Beck, jr., of Philadelphia. <?.ITo?I?thooiI Ac I'!hJ? rw.kh* i ? " Capt. Sidney S. Eberle, U. S. A., nephew of Admiral Eberle, until recently commandant of the Naval Academy, and his bride, formerly Mrs. Eliz abeth Linnard, photographed iii San Francisco. Capt. Eberle was once holder of the world's swim ming championship. Iiiicruativuft'. Spring hats are makiug their appearance, and this one promises to be popular. Large petals of braid form the crown. The facing is of taffeta and long feathers droop below the shoulder. Clia*. Kibel, frvui L\ & 1*. The smallest dog in the world is claimed to be a Pekingese owned by Mrs. Sid Hart of Chicago. Toy-Sen, photographed on the scales, weighs just one pound. He is three months old and will not get much larger. Ct'iidcrwu'JiI & t'mkTwuod. How would you like to meet this 380-pound bear standing on his hind legs and getting ready for fight? This is what happened to Emory W. Ward, game warden of Millinocket, Me., recently. But Emory hap pened to be armed with a Luger automatic revolver, and one shot did the trick. The newest things in fashions in Greenland's icy mountains. In northern Greenland the woman of the house puts on all the "glad rags," even her daughters being forced to wear more somber gar ments. The fancy fur jacket, high boots and snug-fitting trousers were fashioned by the "Paul Poiret of Greenland." ?Kwlri* O&llowny. Flowers that bloom in the spring on mi lady's bonnet. The hat?even too new to be placed on sale ?is fashioned of soft white leghorn and trimmed with tiny flowers. (0VilliLTWinxl & L'uderwuvd. This spring hat has a crown of straw and a brim of feathers in loosely drawn strands. And an especially interesting feature is the disk of straw which adorns the peak. GUmknvoud & Underwood. Washington children who took part in show and contests at the local riding and hunt club a few days ago. All the youngsters are expert riders and their "stunts" attracted considerable attention from the older horsemen. l>y Si uiin< >ti?