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Dances at Hotels
Mark End of Busy
Week atLakewood
\ *
blarenee B. Piatt Wins Lanrel j
j House Gun Club Trophy
From F. A. Seibert.
6p*rtal Dispatch te Thi Xbw York Hbui-d |
Lrkewooo, N. J., May 13.?One of
Lakewood's most active weeks closed tonight
with dances at the Laurel House
and the Laurel-ln-the-Pines and other
hotels.
Golf, the principal event being the
spring handicap; the annual classic
shoot of the Laurel House Gun Club and
the Westtnghouae managers' convention
at the Laurel In the Pines were among
the outstanding features of the week.
There were many small funnctlons at
the hotels. Miss Sarah Jamison entertained
a small party of friends at the
Laurel House. Her guests included Mrs.
Stanley Washburn, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs.
Irwin H. Hance, Mrs. Samuel T. Skid- '
more. Miss Eleanor Perris, Miss Sophia
Downer. Miss Lillian Baldwin.
Mr. A. F. A. Seibert of the New York
Athletic Club failed to maintain his
crip on the trophy cup of the gun club
this year. It -was wrested from him by
Mi*. Clarence B. Piatt of Brldgeton, the
.Now Jersey State champion.
Arrivals at the hotels include:
iAurel House?Dr. and Mrs. Walter!
Pox Smith, Dr. J. H. Scott, Mrs. Robert
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raymond,
Mrs. Jack "Williams, Mrs. T. W. Ormiston,
Sirs. J. D. >Calhoun, Mr. Kendall Evans,
Mr. Robert J?. Harlow, Mr. Charles L.
Fletcher, Mr. Wilbur Mack, Mrs. C. G.
Hedge, Mrs. James E. Plunkett, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Stanley. S. Richter, '
Mr. Kerr N. Petrie, Mr. P. C. Pulver,
Miss Florence June Brannlng, Miss
Charlotte H. Rjuge. Mr. Charles Rohe, i
Jr., Mr. R. K. Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. 1
P. Plechner, Mr. and Mrs. WQllam Berman,
Mr. Cllntcm D. Bachus, Mr. and >
Mrs. M. J. Gregory, Mrs. J. Burnside 1
and family, Mr. Robert Rogers, Mr.
Oscar Newton. Mr. and Mrs. F". A. Seltoert.
Mr. Ralph S. Famum, Miss Ethel
Hart, Mr. Benjamin Shaw, Mrs. Clark
C. Hotchklss. Mr. Thomas M. McTerin,
Mr. Robert C. Morris. Mr. J. Hesse
Murpby, Mr. J. C. Fbirrel of New York.
Laurel-in-the-Pine^.?Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Chambers, Miss Helen Y. Morgan,
Mrs. C. D. Morgan. Mr. Gordon K.
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Mr. Henry A. Orlbbon. Mr. W. B. Wise
Mrs. Henry Mlnton, Mr. and iMrs. M. K
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Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Schaumer
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Krane. Mrs. Her
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Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cruikshank, Misi
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Marlborough?Mr. John P. Schenk
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James V. Schraig, Mr. John Anderson
Miss Juline Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. C. H
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Margaret Leonard, Miss Delphlne Deery
Miss Berthe Armby and Mr. S. h. Rlcl
of New York.
Florence-in^the-Pines?Mr. and Mrs
S. A. Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. Jamei
Rubensteln, Mrs. M. Helen L. Farry
Mr. George W. Paterson, Mr. Josepl
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Neurad of New York.
Marlon?Mr. and Mrs. E. Hennessy
Miss A. Hennessy and Miss Margare
A. Hearn of New York.
Monterey?Mr. and Mrs. John O'Con
nor. Miss Marie O'Connor, Mr. H. S
MoCotter, Mr. S. E. Hann, Mrs. S. E
LeGraw of New York.
Movie Players Arrange
Carnival for Func
A movie players' carnlvoi for & weel
which will establish a sick and benevo
lent fund for the Fi'm Players Club
Inc., is promised. Leading Easteri
screen stars and directors will participate
In dancing exhibitions and con
tests, athletic games and sports, lnclud
lug a baseball game between womei
stars and men directors, and a pub)!<
demonstration of the actual productloi
of motion pictures showing directors ant
stars at work will be among the prlncl
pal features.
The carnival will be held at Starllgh
Park, 177th street, from June 5 to 10
under the management of A. D. V
Storey, with a committee of the flln
players and a staff of workers and par
ticlpants that will Include the prlnclpa
stars and directors of the East. It wll
be conducted along the lines of th<
annual motion picture carnival held li
Los Angeles.
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>, 'A Master Singer and a Singing Mas- 11
- ter.* " She continues: "The whole mustcal
world that knows Jean de Reeeke as "
' a master singer has unquestionably 8
' known the greatest ot our age, perhaps
even the greatest of all ages. It Is a el
privilege of my own generation to have a
heard this Incomparable artist In his n
i prime. Some of us have heard htm In
his entire amazingly varied repertory of it
' Italian, German and French roles, which V
j recalls the Interesting fact, not too well w
known, that he was the first great singer si
' who insisted upon producing grand opera g
in the language to which the tnuslo had o
{ originally been written by the composer. c?
In INew Tork, at the Metropolitan Opera ir
House and at Covent Garden, London, t<
3 the Wagner operas were always given in P1
Italian, as were the Gounod and Bizet tr
[ operas, but Jean de Reszke sang Don k
Jose, Faust and Romeo in French and m
Lohengrin, Siegfried, Tristan, Ac., In the cl
t tongue In which they were written, with T
t such beauty as well as volume of tone a
that he evoked unbounded enthusiasm s<
. and also rancorous Jealousy, as has been p'
noiea wnen a wen Known tenor 01 uic
time blurted forth: 'Mais, Je&n de ai
Heszke, c'eat la dernlere des prima r<
donne.' a'<
"From master singer he has now ft
changed his role to that of singing mas- 1r
f ter and to the small and select audi- si
' ence who assisted last week at the an- tl
nual audition of pupils at his school si
1 established at the Villa Vergemere In (?
- Nice, the results achieved by his ripened vi
science of voice production and training tt
were a revelation of musical magic, espe- M
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effect In spite of the lnconrulty
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lake up the system. But when such
tuslclans as Louis Ganne, Johannes
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who were In the audience^ express
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f apparently equal and Individual exillence,
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One of these musicians was heard
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erhaps. really know what it means to 4
ain eleven amateurs to sing the Walure
chorus. J find It sufficiently taxes
ly own abilities to train a professional
lorus In Les Noces de Jeannette.'
hese young women pupils stood up In
drawing room without any Illusion of
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latform to separate them from a dis>ncertingly
critical and distinguished '
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Douglas, who accompanied and directed
the musical programme.
"Among the delightful numbers one
picks out haphasard. as arousing enjoyment
and enthusiasm, were Mr. Johnstone
Douglas In a selection from
Verdi's "Othello" and Miss Bilsabeth
Burgess, who la an American with a
trolce of great promise, In the Valse
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the others being wrong."
Rupert Hughes Recalls
and Rewrites Film Play
Trying motion pictures "on the dog"
has come to be a generally accepted
custom. And now every indication Is
that producers are going to follow the
methods of the spoken drama In still
another way?revamping photo dramas
even after they have been running for
some time.
D. W. Griffith added many scenes In
Jhls way to his "Orphans of the Storm."
But Rupert Hughes has gone even further.
He secured the recall of his Goldwyn
picture, "The Wall Flower," after
It had been shown successfully In New
Sfork and other cities, and remade two
eels of It. Among other additions there
low Is a water spectacle in which Col
leen Moore appears aa a gorgeous rum.
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