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THE STAR'S DAILY PICTORIAL PAGE
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, P. C., TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1922. ' m Waller Haeen, who won the open championship in England, is "treated rough" in his fir?t appearance in thi? country after his return. With his partner. Kirkwood, he was defeated at the Westchester-Biltmorp (iountry (Huh by Bobby Armour apd C. S. Butchart. Photo shows gallery following the players. Copyright hy Keystone. wE7->T,w:<.^w.-eitf J 11,1 nail mhii?rru'imMf ii"i?iiHirrmnmnmwr Irish military leader, Gen. Rory O'Connor, who was raptured with the surrender of the Four Courts in Dublin, talking with Countess Hunkett and Gen. Oscar Traynor before the bitter struggle. Photo snapped at the grave of Wolf Tone, Bodanstown cemetery, County Kildare. Wide World Photo. I I. oH W mimw i Ten Washington high school girls wearing sweater* made l?v themselves which won prizes in a contest just concluded. The first prize winner is seventh from the l^ft. the second is next in order- and the third is on extreme left. ' Copyright l.v I nd. r?.,od A rn*??d The beard that onre was Ireland": pride. Darrell Figgis, poet, novelist and Sinn Fein editor, at the po!l> in Rathmir.es, a suburb of Dublin, during the recent Free State parliament elections, in which he was an independent candidate, with his famous beard neatly trimmed, after three youthful members of the Irish republican army had entered his home ami hacked away the once luxuriant growth. Wide World Photo tsllliM Brothers united after fifty-eight year?. They are John J. Kealev, seventy-one. and Michael F. Kealey. sevent\-four. both veterans of the civil war. They lost trace of each other and were finally brought together in New York by the War Denartment records. r,,i'by Keystone*. 31,b. . f i* Here we have Georges Carpentier, who once aspired to the heavy weight title of the world, as a movie aetor. Ho ha- forsaken the squared circle for the time being and now appears as a French colonial I?eau Brummel. Note the wicked lorgnette! Wide World rhcto A quirk dismount to save Iii> life. One of the thrilling incidents of the annual hill climb in southern <!;i!ifornia. Ten thousand persons wit nessed the "cycle-busters'* climb i*k>\vard. copyright by r. 6 A. NolaMe statesmen discuss Hague conference. Among them are Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain, Premier Poincare of France and Marshal Pelain, surrounded by members of the British cabinet after a luncheon at 10 Downyig street. London. Wide World Photo L "l.tiriosity killed the cat*' ir an old saying, but Hannah, mascot of the L^. S. S. Man land, now at Yorktown, Va., was willing to take a chance. She was determined to see what the photographer saw in his camera, and she found out. , lr S. Navy Official Photo kss- ?* 1 ' "" ^ A triple wedding was celebrated at Louisville, Ky.. a f"?v days ago. Two of the brides are >i.^t*?r?. The ' third bride and one of the bridegrooms are sister and brother. ?'??i>yripht by i miprwond & t ndonrnod On U?e ronsmittre to jreet visitors at YcBovsto.ic ? rtaljonal Mark's golden anniversary are Grandpa and. Grandma Wcodccuck. 'i'he two are a special delegation to welcome tie - joangilers to Uncle Sam's gre^t giajgrouAd. Tho'.photo-jhowt-Grandma and-Graiad^a making-friendt, Copyrlstt kr Underwood <k Underwood, Wallace 3eiri, itlar cf the movies, and bis family. Mrs. Reid's ?tag? name as Dorothy Davenport- Tha yoiD/~4w is William Wallace Reid. ir. t n ? , 0- -s r Lad;, Astor says '"Hello" to the Princc of Wa^cs upon !.u ratarn from an oishlmanth tour. Thou , - sands of Englishmen gathered at Plymouth to greet the British hefr to the throne. Copyright bj - - ~ ? '