Schedule of Regattas
For Bay Area Listed
By Heintz for 1948
By Malcolm Lamborne, Jr.
President William W. Heintz of
the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing
Association yesterday released an
event-packed schedule of regattas
and other events for the bay area
The program disclosed that the
CBYRA had given a sanction for
the first time to the Admiral Rich
ard E. Byrd Trophy series for
Hampton One designs at Cambridge,
Md. It is sponsored by Cambridge
Yacht Club and is slated for next
July 17 and 18.
The annual Virginia sailing re
gatta, which has become the biggest
sailing event on the Lower Chesa
peake, was set down for June 19
and 20, at Urbanna, Va. This date
is tentative, however, Heintz said.
It is sponsored by Urbanna Yacht
Club, Norfolk Yacht and Country
Club, Hampton Yacht Club and
Rappahannock River Yacht Club.
Annapolis Yacht Club's annual
regatta, which attracted a record
188 starters this year, is scheduled
for July 7 through 11.
The President’s Cup Regatta sail,
second largest event in 1947, has
been given next September 18
The complete list of events fol
•on Island Yacht Squadron.
June 13—Love Point-Swan Point race,
G. I. Y. S.
June 19-20—Delta Class overnight race.
Potapskut Sailing Association; Virginia
Sailing regatta, Urbanna.
June 20-27—Fairhaven (Md.) Sailing
June 27—Potapskut S. A. regatta.
July 1—Start of Virginia Cruising Cup
Overnight race. Hampton Y. C.
July 2-3—Rock Hall (Md.* Yacht Club
July 3-5—Hampton (Va.) Y. C. regatta;
Baltimore (Md.) Yacht Club rntatta.
July 9-11—Annapolis (Md.) Y. C. ragat
ta. including races from Gibson Island and
West River. Md.
July 17-18—Gibson Island (Md ) Y S.
regatta for Stars and Comets; Admiral
Byrd Trophy series for Hampton one-de
signs. Cambridge. Md.
July 23-25—Annapolis (Md.) Sailing
Club cruise and regatta.
July 24—Chesapeake Bay Y. R. A. ren
August 1—G. I. Y. 8. Poplar Island
August 0-7—Miles River (Md.) Yacht
August 13-15—Oxford (Md * Race Week.
Including Gibson Island-Oxford race on
August 20-22—Cambridge (Md.) Y. C.
August 21-22—Sparrows Point (Md )
Y. C. regatta; Corsica River (Md.) Y. C.
August 27-29—Rappahannock River Y.
C regatta, including Norfolk-Irvington
race on August 27.
August 28-29—Indian Landing (Md.)
Boat Club regatta
August 29—Naval Academy Yacht Squad
September 4-5—West River Sailing Club
regatta; G. I. Y. 8. Cedar Point race; Nor
folk Yacht & Country Club regatta.
September 11-12—Urbanna Y. C. regat
ta; Elk River (Md.) Y. C. regatta; Mary
land Y. C. regatta.
September 18-19—President's Cup re
gatta (sail); Potapskut S. A. Queenstown
rendezvous and race back.
October 3, 10 and 17—Annapolis Y. C.
October 15-17—Moth Class national,
championships, Elizabeth City, Jf. C.
Queen Will Reign
At Gator Festival
Special Dispatch to The Star
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec.
20.—The feminine touch will be
added to the annual Gator Bowl
football game on New York’s be
tween Maryland and Georgia
when for the first time a queen
will reign over the festivities.
The dope is that she already is
selected but her identity has not
been divulged. It’s assured, how
ever, that she’ll be one of the
prettiest girls in the South.
Maryland and Georgia players
will be presented with 19-jewel
watches after the game, and with
alligator leather straps of course.
Also live baby alligators will be
presented to players on both
teams. The captain of the win
ning team will get a football
bound in alligator skin.
Terp Boxers Will Get
No Holiday in Drills
For Bowl Match
The lineup which Maryland will
send against Michigan State in the
Sugar Bowl boxing match at New
Orleans' on December 29 was an
nounced yesterday by Boxing Coach
Heinie Miller. Barring injuries be
tween now and then, it will be:
125 pounds, A1 Salkowski; 130,
Andy Quattrocchi: 135. Danny
Smith; 145, Rowland Hyde; 155,
Eddie Reider; 165, Bob Gregson;
175, Kenny Malone, and heavy
weight, Lamont Whipp.
Reider and Malone are Southern
Conference champions. Malone hav
ing won the heavy title last year
while weighing 175*4 pounds.
The Terp mittmen are getting no
Christmas holiday, but remain at
College Park to work out during
their usual vacation time. In fact
a workout even is scheduled for
Christmas Day. The team will fly
to New Orleans, leaving on Saturday
morning. Workouts are scheduled
on Saturday .and Sunday at the New
Orleans Athletic Club._~~
Charles Town Results
By *h« Associated Press
FIRST RACE—Purse. $800: claiming:
3-year-olds and upward; about i'/t lur
BettyBane (Gonzales) 12.80 5 40 3.80
Graymar Ann (Barnes) 10.40 fi.20
China Toy (Weber) 4.40
Time. 0:51 Vs. „ L
Also ran—Saucy Boy. Ethel Morse. Tar
nalo, Isle ol Man, V Dorothy.
SECOND RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim
ins: 3-year-olds and upward. 1,. miles.
Co-ed 'Baird' 4.00 3 - -.-0
Wale' Signal (Baluja) o.80 -.80
Chalpre (Drury) - ou
Time. l:51*/a. , .
Also ran—B:g Ado. Thormond. Kid
O'Sullivan. Ann San and Pan Dominate.
(Daily double paid $31.)
THIRD RACE—Purse. $800: claimina;
3-year-olds and upward; about i iur
Hard Loser (Miller) 4.00 2.80 2.80
Busy Moments (Lombardi) 8.-0 4.-0
Taubman (McKinney) o.ou
Also'ran—Clipman. Buss, The Huntress,
Demaris. Setting Trick.
FOURTH RACE—Purse, $1,000; claim
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BULLDOGS BEWARE — Maryland’s quarterback, Vic Turyn,
(right) gives the ball to Lu Gambino on a handoff as the Terps
practice for the Gator Bowl meeting with the University of
Georgia in Jacksonville on New Year Day. Maryland leaves by
plane at 9 a.m. on December 26 for its first bowl ganfe;
—Star Staff Photo.
Terrapins 7-Point Underdogs
I n Gator Bowl, Says Tatum
By George Huber
The hard part of Maryland’s prep
\ arations for its Gator Bowl football
itrip is over, and Coach Jim Tatum
is his usual self in claiming the un
; derdog role for his Terrapins against
'Georgia on January 1. “We've got
a good chance against them, but
' that school never has lost a bowl
game, and they should be about
j 7-point favorites.” That 7 points is
! just about the way the odds-makers
"We've got a backfield just as good
as theirs, though, and we'll give
them a tough game,” adds Sunny
The Terrapins finished their local
practice on Friday with a long and
tough scrimmage session under game
ing; 3-year-olds and upward; Charles
Ringalong (Barnes) 17.<50 7:80 4.80
Rolling Water (McKinney) 10.40 8.60
Arch McDonald (Vesseli) 8 60
Also ran—Hiccup. Edmar Jotan. Grada
tim. Miss Broarlwood and Singing Sun
FIFTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: allow
ances: 3-year-olds and upward 6>/2 fur
Ranter (Mosby) 5.40 3.00 7.60
Joes Favorite (Law) 3.00 2.80
Bold Boy (Baird ( 5.00
Also ran—Balbar, Hezekiah. Peace Fleei.
Flary. Merrily Go.
SIXTH RACE—Purse. $r.700; allow
ail ics, ii'jcai-uius miiu up«whi. nuwun i
Comedy Player (Miller) 3.00 2.40 2.20
White Easter (Law) 3.20 2.20
Celebrity Miss (Baird) 2.40
Also ran—Louray O'Neil. French Nine.
Robert E. Lee, Tap Lightly and Secret
SEVENTH RACE—Purse. $1,200; allow
ances; 3-year-olds and upward; about
Talcum Spray (Miller) 7.60 4.20 3.60
Miss Prime (Snyder) 8.20 4.80
Tet Boy (Barnes) 7.60
Also Ran—Night Strike, Magic Trick.
Westing and Wisette.
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. $1,200: allow
ances: 3-year-olds and upward; V/\ miles.
Bonziah Seniah (Miller) P.60 6.40 3.40
Veteran (McKinney) 6.40 4.00
Oles Gal (Austin) 3.80
Also ran—Halgas. Pretender, Winged
Heels. Gallant Doc.
Gulfstream Park Results
By the Associated Press
FIRST RACE—Purse, $2.400: claiming;
3-year-olds; 6 furlones.
Eorderman (Feath’ston* 10.30 4.00 3.00
Radio Gunner (Scurlork) 11.00 0.50
Linwood Blue (Turner) 3.50
Also ran—Shore Patrol. War Wise. Blen
v- Shockoe, Cordon. Ray O'Sullivan.
SECOND RACE—Purse. $2,700; allow
ances; 2-year-olds; 7 furlonis.
Zorlel (Kline) 15.90 7.30 4.70
Approval (Featherston) 6.10 3.40
Merry Tudor (Welngart) 3.40
Also ran—Donna Grace. Wee Clootie.
Lady Marilyn. Friedy. Lisa Lee. Dusky
Tiger. Peace Bird.
(Daily double paid $09 )
THIRD RACE—Purse. $2,700: allow
ances; 2-year-olds; 7 furlongs.
Airfield (Woodhouse) 8.40 4.90 3.00
Madgescarlett (Duff 6.70 3.60
Fiery Sun (Hansman) 2.80
Also ran—Burt's Reward. Quatrefotl, Gee
Tee Cee, Joe Olsan, Maxmar.
FOURTH RACE—Purse. *2.700; allow
ances; 3-year-olds and upward; 6 furlongs.
His Grace (Snider) 15.90 R IO 4.50
Boxie (Cliggett) 15.10 7.00
Syntet (Featherston) 4.30
Also ran—Heliotrope, Mesl, Black
Tweetle and Valdina Decoy.
FIFTH RACE—Purse. *2.700; allow
ances: 3-year-olds. 1A miles.
Count JL (Snider) 12.50 8.20 3.50
I Vlnsfurlough (Wolfe) 4.00 2.70
One Atom (Knapp) 3.10
Also ran—Ned Luck Corsican Sword.
Alvin's Mom, Lou Aldrich and Longhorn.
SIXTH RACE—Purse. *4.000; allow
ances; 3-year-olds and upward: 1,’. miles.
Resplngo (Stouti 4.70 3.20 2.40
Iodine (Woodhouse) 6.40 4,20
Tweet'a Boy (DuB) 3.60
Also ran—8ubllme. Donna's Ace, Bell
wether, Kay Gibson, Klngarvte.
8EVENTH RACE—Purse, *2,400: claim
ing: 3-year-olds and upward: 1V« miles.
Valdina Sentry (Richard) 9.80 4.60 3.40
Bob’s Birthday (Weingert) R.RO 4.10
Dave'a Boy (Turner) 3.70
Also ran—Aero Jack. Rose Canyon. Top
Secret. Marine Sweep and Gainer.
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *2,400; claim
ing: 3-year-olds and upward: 1A miles.
Admiral’s Call (P'body) 11.50 5.30 3 Rn
Overtake (Featherston) 3.60 2.90
Raffle House (Stout) 5.10
Time. 1:405*. ,
Also ran—Pete's Kid. Misml Rose. Shifty
Sue. War Spy. Potomac. _
New Orleans Results
(y the Associated Press
FIRST RACE—Purse, *1.200; allow
ances; 3-year-olds and upward; 6 fur
SUdonna (Lamb) 5.20 3.60 3.00
Dlavolaw (Martin) 6.60 3.60
Whyso (Dlppollto) 3.00
Also ran—Paprika. Sunstorm, K Dorko,
Try Flight and Rare Back.
SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.200: allow
ances; 3-year-olds and upward; 6 fur
Delorah (Calvin) 6.60 3.30 3.00
Generals Aide (Aueustino) 6.60 4.00
Rnln Prince (Guerin) 4..0
Also ran—Leapolino, Fleet Imp. Old Silk.
My Julie. Expeditious and Genies Mate.
Dally Double Paid *29.00.
THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.300 allow
ances: 2-year-olds: 6 furlongs.
Richavoo (Schoulty) 7.80 4.80 2.80
Singh (Baird) 9.00 4.20
Grand Entry (Moon) 3.00
Time. 1:13%. . . „ ,
Also ran—Bold Harry. Crystal Dodder,
Pirturesoue and Good Hostess. 1
FOURTH RACE—Purse. *1.500: allow
ances: 3-year-olds: 0 furlongs
Antique (Porch) 6.20 3.40 2.80
Bullwagon (D’Augustlno) 3.60 3.00
Temporary (Keene) 4-20
Time. 1:13%. , _ ,.
Also ran — Fraternise. Lease Hold.
Alareigh and Starry Cant.
FIFTH RACE — Purse. *1.500: allow
ances; 3-year-olds: 6 furlongs.
Tulane Cheer (Schoults) 8.40 4.20 3.00
Gallant Foot (Badgett) 6.20 3.20
Final Curtain (Moon) 2.80
Also Captain Dorsett. Atomic Age.
Pokolote, Stoekett Trace and Staging.
SIXTH RACE—Purse. *5'.000: the Peli
can Handicap: 3-year-olds and upward:
Fleet Ridge (M'tg'ery) 10.60 4.00 3.20
Dockstader (McTague) 4.80 3.60
Bodens Pal (Keene) 2.80
Also ran—Take Wing, Dorothy B. Jr
and Pomps Gal.
SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *1.500: allow
ances: 3-year-olds and upward; 1,’. miles
Gold Regnant (Porch) 7.40 3.40 out
Camps First (Schoults) 3.40 out
Silver Pride fBadgett) ' out
Also ran—Lost and Found. Not True.
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.200: allow
ances: 3-year-olds and unward; 1,‘. miles.
Huguette (Baird) 28.40 9.40 5.60
f Kantar Run (Holstein) 8.00 5.00
Up Front CKeene) 9.80
Also ran—Crasy Horse. Ground Signal.
Rotate, f Pertlnastic. Count Chant. Fergies
Ariel/fjlucd*. Lestabert and Outsider.
conditions. The boys now are home
on a short Christmas vacation prior
to reassembling on Friday morning
for the flight to Jacksonville. Final
action of the squad before breaking
up Friday was to elect End George
Simler as captain for the game.
Coach Tatum indicates he'll stick
with pretty much the same lineup
as won seven, dropped two and tied
one for the Old Liners during the
regular season. The starting back
field probably*will be Vic Turyn at
quarterback, Lu Gambino and Jim
La Rue at halfbacks, and Harry
Bonk, fullback. About the only
change indicated in the line is that
Tom McHugh may go at guard in
stead of A1 Phillips. McHugh is the
Terps’ place-kicking expert.
Bad w’eather and a muddy field
have prevented Tatum from stirring
up much fancy stuff for Georgia and
apparently he plans to stick with the
same split T mixture that proved so
successful during the regular cam
Maryland's main threat, of course,
is Halfback Lu (Twinkletoes) Gam
bino who accounted for a total of 904
yards along the ground in 10 games
this year. That made him the coun
try's second leading ground gainer
in total yards and his average of
7.23 yards a crack made his fourth
' hart in ♦ n f /Jnnavtfnant A 4 A
[the little passing he did, it made him
17th in total yards via both ground
and air this year.
Maryland has other runners,
though, such as Turyn, La Rue and
Johnny Idzik, and it’s passing at
tack, as engineered by Turyn and
Joe Tucker, is not the world's worst
i Georgia has had its emphasis on
passing this season, with Johnny
i Rauch's deadly heaving second best
I in the country to Mississippi's Char
ley Conerly. This air-minded Bull
dog fired the pigskin 18_1 times and
connected on 98 occasions for 1,352
jvards and 10 of Georgia’s 28 touch
| downs. Balancing this tossing.
I though, Is Maryland's top drawer
pass defense. The Old Liners were
jthe Nation’s third best there, per
mitting only 40 completions of 132
tossed against 'em. The average air
gain against the Terps per game was
only 44.6 yards.
Chief Umpire Renamed
SALISBURY, Md.. Dec. 20 f/F).—
! Hans Horsey of Millington, Md., has
been renamed chief umpire of the
Eastern Shore League, President
Dallas Culver has announced.
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Scribblings About Places and Events of Travel Interest
The British Overseas Airways
Corp. proposes to replace its present
Baltimore - Bermuda flying boat
service with four-engine land planes
on January 15, at the same time
shifting the time of departures from
Baltimore. The new planes will re
duce the flight time to three hours—
a cut of 50 per cent. When put in
operation, Constellation Speedbirds
will leave Baltimore at 7:30 p.m. on
Mondays. Wednesdays and Satur
days. The new time will permit
passengers from Washington to
have a full day of work or other ac
tivities before arriving in Baltimore
for the vacation flight. Dinner is to
be served aboard the plane, and
passengers are to reach the isles
about 10:30 p.m. Coincidental with
the new schedules, BOAC proposes
to increase its New York-Bermuda
Easter comes early in 1948. For
the past several years it has fallen
in April. Next year it will be on
w m no T* » 4Vnnnltt nlnnc
for Easter vacation travel, but also
the date of New Orleans’ world
famous Mardi Gras. “Fat Tuesday’1
—climax of the carnival—falls on
February 10 in the forthcoming leap
The Appalachian Trail Conference
will meet next year for the first
time since 1941. Sponsors of the
2,050-mile Appalachian hiking trail
the conference will convene at
Fontana Village, between the Great
Smokies* and the Nantahala Na
| tional Forest, on June 26, 27 and 28.
Following the sessions, a three-day
camping trip will be conducted
through the western half of the
; Smokies. The date was timed to
| give members an opportunity to see
I the display of flame azaleas, laurel
! and rhododendron.
Daytona Beach. Fla., reports its
hard-sand shore undamaged by late
summer’s storms. So sand-sailing
in the popular three-wheeled ve
hicles is picking up as winter crowds
arrive. Speeds up to 60 miles an
hour are not unusual on the stretch
of bathing sands, 23 miles long and
(at low tide) 500 feet wide.
* * * *
After concluding a geries of Carib
bean cruises out of New Orleans, the
Stella Polaris is scheduled to sail
next May 22 on a 29-day cruise to
Europe. The yachtlike motor ship
will follow its previous itinerary by
way of the West Indies and North
Africa. With sufficient time at each
port for shore excursions, the ship
will touch Havana, Cape Haitien
in the Caribbean, St. Thomas in the
Virgin Islands, Madeira in the South
Atlantic, Casablanca, Gibraltar,
Seville and Lisbon. Passengers will
disembark at Tilbury for London
on June 19.
More than 300,000 contestants are
expected in the Metropolitan Miami
fishing tournament, scheduled to
open January 11 and run through
April 18. Prizes worth $15,000 are
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“plenty of space for Havana’s win
ter season.” These figures were
given: In Havana alone there are
more than 40 hotels, the main ones
having about 4.000 rooms. The wise
traveler, however, will have con
firmed reservations before start
Talache Lodge, a new year-’round
resort on the shores of Lake Pend
Orielle in Northern Idaho, is sched
uled to open early next year.
Early in this century Miami
Beach's smart shopping street, Lin
coln road, was a swamp trail used
by woodsmen gathering mangrove
bark for tannic acid.
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The East Coast Highway Associa
tion quotes F. Elgin Bayless, chair
man of the Florida State Roads
Department, as saying U. S. High
way No. 1 in Florida is open from
the Georgia line to Key West, and
is expected to remain open during
the winter season. The statement
was obtained by the association to
correct information motorists have
received that certain stretches were
impassable. Mr. Bayless is quoted
further as saying that a bridge to
be built in St. Augustine will not be
started until an auxiliary span is
ready to carry traffic.
Scotland’s "gardens with a his
tory” are being opened to the pub
lic as a tourist lure. Many of them
are centuries old, one of the oldest
being Edzell Castle in Angus, a
classic example of the type of gar
den popular in the 17th century.
The grounds of Balmoral Castle,
famous royal Scottish residence, also
is to be opened.
The Fiesta de los Vaqueros, a high
spot in the rodeo circuit of the
Southwest, will run four days in
stead of the customary three. Dates
for the event, to be staged in the
Tucson (Ariz.t Rodeo Grounds, are
February 20 through the 23d.
Some organized tours to Hawaii
are including stopovers at the new
Hana Ranch Hotel on the island of
Maui. The 10,000-acre cattle ranch
extends up the rich slopes of the
Haleakala volcano. Outdoor pas
times at the resort include horse
back riding, deep-sea fishing, yacht
ing, swimming and sunning on the
beaches and hiking along Jungle
The Canadian Pacific Railway will
begin stepping up its schedules to
the Laurentian ski resorts this week.
As a starter, daily parlor car serv
ices will be offered over the 100
miles north from Montreal to La
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height of the season, the ski country
will be served from Montreal's
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three trains daily, with four on Fri
days, seven on Satuddays and five
on Sundays. Extra sections will be
added as required.
-Philadelphia estimates that more
■ than 1,000,000 will witness the Mum
mers’ Parade on New Year's Day.
when King Momus rules over his
gayly costumed throng. Organized
marching clubs and musical groups
will compete for $30,000 in prizes.
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The first regular vista-dome train
service began Friday, when the
Burlington Lines started operating
its two new Twin Cities Zephyrs be
tween Chicago and Minneapolis-St.
Paul. These trains normally will be
made up of a buffet-club car, four
vista-dome coaches, a dining car
and a vista-dome parlor-observa
Kingston, Jamaica’s capital, is
building up its public transportation
aiong moaern lines, six new air
conditioned buses, with a seating
capacity of 44 passengers each, re
cently were delivered. Three dozen
more are on order.
For a concise explanation of
why it is a shopper's paradise,
tourist officials of the Netherlands
I West Indies Island of Curacao point
\ out that it is almost a free port.
I Goods come in under a low duty of
! 3 per cent.
| ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
FOR A FINE FOUR-DAY
//•w tyeal'i W—U-RmJL
COME TO THE MORTON
„ entartainment nightly and
a grand Naw Yaar'i Party,
dancing, floor show, tuppar;
no antra eharga . . . Write
at anca or phona 4-5291.
Modified American Plan
Sun Dedri Salt Water Pool
Hof• I MORTON
Rich in the Things That Mika Paopln Happy
Virginia Ava., near laach
RILL I COM, OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
■l A wndtrldM^and
Ij (joodcheer aglow with the festive
| spirit cfthe Holiday %son,
*ne ofAmricdSfinest resort
=}= A Gala New Year'a Etre Party
With All the Trlmmtnia!
Allan Graff Management
111 Jloberf B. Giftln, Mot,
^p|Once again this
distinguished Bermuda hotel
opens its doors to a gala set
ting-after a long period of
war and post-war service.
Old fj-iends of the Bermu
diana will be delighted with
the many elaborate improve
ments—and new friends will
quickly recognize this splen
didly appointed hotel as one
of the finest in the islands.
All of the beauty and ex
citement of Bermuda is cap
tured and held within the
fifteen acres of this complete
resort estate. Here, you, will
find a gay social life and dvery
opportunity to enjoy your1
favorite land and water' !
Cordial Hilton Hospitality
awaits every guest. A choice
of American Plan or our new
Bermuda Plan which in
cludes room and complete
breakfast with other meals
served from fixed price
menus. We suggest early re
quests for accommodations.
HOTEL BERM IT DIANA
A HILTON HOTEL • FRANK A. HeHUSH, Hr
WASHINGTON BESEBVATION OPFlCSl The Miyflower. T*L Dlitrlct 497*
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Ovtrlookiny Ocean at lllinaif Ana.
Desirable Accommodations Avail*
able for Christmas Week.
AMERICAN A EUROPEAN PLANS
Daily Concerts. Open A Closed San Deck*.
JOHN R. HOLLINGER. Gen. Mrr.
NORTH CAROLINA AVE ., NEAR BEACH
CHRISTMAS TO NEW YEAR'S—
A WONDERFUL TIME!
Where our pleasant, restful
and special enter
will help you en
joy this tradition
ally happy season.
JOHN R. KERSET
I AGAIN BY THE SEA f
U From Christmas to Now i
\\ Year's, we have planned a I
u program of festive events. \
J % Tell Us You're Coming! '
| DENNIS I
1 ATLANTIC CITY
1 On lK« Boardwalk at tka Ocaan’s Edga
/ AMERICAN and EUROPEAN
/ PLAN DINING ROOMS
II WALTER J. BUZBY. INC. j
\\ Talapkana Atlantic City 3-2121 jj
A full week of carols and con*
certs, of good fare and gay
entertainment, and a great
celebration New Year's Eve.
ON BOARDWALK AND OCEAN
TO MARK THE
SPOT WHERE YOU
Boardwalk and Avenue
evergreen by day - bright
with holiday lights at night.
Climate tinctured with hol
ly, pine and ocean brine.
with a ‘bang-up’ party New
IVrite your favorite hotel
for reservations NOtV!
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