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Tuesday, August 6, 1912
WHERE SHALL I SPEND MY SUMMER OUTING?
"A Few Suggestions About the Famous Spots for Your Summer Outing"
The following announcements of California's Hotels, Sanitariums, Health and Summer Resorts will solve your vaca
tion problem. Literature and, valuable information will be furnished at our Free Information Bureau or by writing direct
THE ENCHANTING ISLt
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are delightful months at Avalon
KSC VPU THE HOT WEATHER
and spend your outing at "THE
ISLE OF COUNTLESS -WONDERS."
Most equable cool dr
summer climate in Southern Cali
THE ISLAND A'lLLA AND
CVNVAS CITY are beautifully
situated under shady trees and
close to stores and all amuse
ments Very moderate rates
The sports at Avalon are many
Yachting motorboating, swim
ming, deep sea fishing, mountain
coaching and climbing, tennis.
B WD CONCERTS EVENINGS BY
FVMOIS SVNTA CATALINA
ISLND MARINE BAND.
Sportj 9-hole Golf Links Buy
tickets direct Ask your agert
for !p"ci-J low round trip rates.
Bid:?- Los An
SPE'SD VI GUST
Offers large outside rooms
with every modern conven
ience Splendid marine view
Larce grounds. Overlooks the
Ocean. Golf. Tennis, Motoring,
Horseback Riding, Surf Fish-.
?.. tj,t,s. Txirtrr Pleas- i
ure Pier, Beautiful roads for 5
mntnrmir. Mammoth iaixi .
House and. other diversions.
WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS
to Frank H. Cammlngs, Mgr
TO LET: 1000 APARTMENTS'
For families COMPLETELY FURNISHED FOR
HOUSEKEEPING BETTER THAN HOTEL
LIFE MORE COMFORT LESS EXPENSE,
spotlessly clean, coolest, most homelike, large
cmtmdsall locations. OnlvSlO toS90 menthhr
No carfare. T. WIESEND ANGER
408 W. Sixth Street, Los Angelei, Cal.
NO MOHEY REQUIRED
Owners would xphange close-in
nrotiertv on Oregon street just south
of Overland for residences.
APPLY JW S. OREGON ST.
OPEN DAT AND NIGHT
FOR CHECKER PRIZES
The Annual Tournament of
the American Association
Opens at Cedar Point.
Cedar Point. O., Aug, 6. One thous
and dollars -In prizes will be distrib
uted among the winners of the annual
tournament of the American Checker
association which opened here on Mon
day, according 'to an announcement
made by M. D. Tectzel, secretary of the
This money will be divided so that
$675 will go to the winners of the
major tourney and $325 to the winners
of the minor tourney.
The games will continue ItH August
J 7 exclusive of Sundays. The players
-v. ill be at the tables daily from 11 a.
m to 3 p. m. and from "$ p. m. to 9 p.
jim stewart bests
New York, Aug. 5 Jim Stewart, of
Brooklyn, outpointed Luther McCarty,
the Springfield. Mo, heavyweight, in
a 10 round bout at MadisonSquare Gar
den last night. It was a clean, fast
fight throughout Stewart having the
greater experience, outboxed his op
ponent, but McCarty's showing justi
fied the belief that with one or two
more fast bouts he will show to better
advantage. Stewart weighed 263 1-2
pounds and McCarty 20u 1-4
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"THE CENTER OF ALL SUMMER AT
TRACTIONS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES"
The coolest and most delightfully situated
pleasure resort; on the Pacific Coast. Large
cool outside rooms "Wide verandas SDa-
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Jjtt pleasure resort; on the Pacific Coast. Large 'j-TSg fc- fll
cious grounds to
ment lined tennis courts on grounds Pri
vate dressing rooms for guests who enjoy the splendid surf bathing di
rect in front of hotel Long Beach offers every outdoor sport and
amusement Hotel Virginia is noted for its excellen-e in cuisine and ser
vice. Write for August and September reservations to Carl Stanley, Mgr.
I ENJOY THE COOL SEA BREEZES FROM THE WIDE COOL VER VND VS OF
THE SOUTHLAND'S MOiT POPULAR SUMMER RESORT"
Leae El Paso on the 7tl0 a. m. train and arrive at Coronado the following'
Afternoon at 5:30.
Spend August at beautiful Hotel del Coronado. but a stones throw from the
rhythmic surf Surrounded by its beautiful grounds, of flowers and overlooking
both the Pacific Ocean and Azure of San Diego Bay ft stands-out like a jewel
in a brilliant setting
HOTEL DEL CORONADO Is unexcelled m both cuisine -"and service. Its
guests are extended all the privileges at the FAMOUS CORONADO COUNTRY
CLUB which is a very popular rendezvous. Its golf links of lS-holes are pro
nounced the finest in America. Special Golf Tournaments are held throughout
the season. Hotel DEL CORONADO Is easily accessible to San Diego Bay whose
crystal, transparent waters delight those in quest of yachting, motorboating and
swimming. Coronado offers excellent Surf Bathing. Tank Bathing. Tennis.
Horseback Riding. Motoring Deep Sea Fishing trips and countless other di
versions CORONADO IS ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM MOSQUITOES. ASK
YOUR AGENT FOR SPECIAL ROUND TRD? RATES . FOR RESERVATIONS
WRITE OR WIRE H.W WILLS. Manager. For articulare relftivf Coronadf
Tent City, write J S Hammond. Mgr
HOTEL mSSLYN jgte, IHilTIGK HOUSE !
EUROPEAN. 75c to S2.60
1MEKICAN, 8L75 TO $3.00
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FIFTH AND OLIVE STS- LOS ANGELES
Overlooking beautiful Central Park. Every modern ac
commodation; furnished for absolute comfort; large lob
bies and private parlors. Special summer rates.
B. F. GREEN, Mgr.
Freazied Finance In
By THOMAS S.
ge?l " I Twi -
THE tendency of the times In the b oxlng world seems to be toward "fren
xied finance." Champions of all classes and. near champions feel peeved
unless the promoters offer them guarantees up In the thousands for
soft snaps or any old kind of bouts. The big champions have even advanced
up Into the five figures, no matter -whether It is for n rcnl battle or merely
one of these socalled, no-dcclslon bouts of six to ten rounds, and most of them
are getting away -with it. How it must jar the feelings of John L. Sullivan
and some of the old time boxers, who fought championship bnttles of any
distance for a winner and loser's end, to hear of these title holders of toda
demanding anywhere from 10,000 to 930,000 for their end, win, lose or draw,
for ten or 20 rounds! And who pays for it nil? Why the boxing fans -who
keep them nllve -with their patronage and help to make Idols of them. These
same boxing fans make the champions and the first thing they get In return
for their loyalty is a demand to "cough" up an extra amount of coin to see
these gladiators in an exhibition bout or one of the no-declsion affairs, -which
are often no more than a good workout in training.
Instead of holding the admission price down to a reasonable sum the pro
moters permit the fighters to do nil the dictating nnd make the poor boxing
fans pay the toll. There should be an amendment to the New York state
law, putting a limit to the price of admission to all boxing matches, and the
limit should be placed at &. People seldom pay over 95 a scat to see some of
the greatest operatic stars In the world and surely boxers are not to be plnced
on n higher plane! These 930,000 demands of boxers should be frowned upon
by promoters. Get the prices down to where they belong and the boxing
game will be benefited thereby. It Is nothing but a hold-up game at present,
this charging of 910 and ?20 a seat for some star attraction of 10 rounds, nnd
it Is about time that a halt was crlled.
Champions of the olden days were never permitted to carry things along
with such a high hand and there is no renson nb) they should tlo so todaj.
Nowadays the champions not only demand all the money in sight, but they
refuse to fight for a purse, where the challenger lias a chance, bur n.int the
Iilg end win, lose or drnvi nnd Mile bets are usuall) a myth. I like to see good
fighters get good, big purses, hat not make hogs of tfcemselies as some of
them are doing nt present, f Uv bonc.t challengers a fair -show. The trouble
s thv rh -rtj'-ir i t o 'M ; K thel r on opponents, Ignoring legitimate
chaiicuB.s tulh orvjiir batltuis.
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Center of City
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LOS ANGELES, CAL.
rn eproof. New Free Auto Bus. .
lex as Headquarters. Rates $L0O, 5LE0, $2.00
BALTIMORE HOTEL CO.,
Hess & Colopy, Props.
Furnished for absolute summer oemfort-
THE YCUKG APARTRSETS
LOS ANGELES, CAL. (Fl eproof Construction)
Beautifully situated at GRAND AVE, at 17th St.
Easily accessible to all beach car lines, Grand Avenue
cars pass door Close to shopping and business dis
trict Spacious lobbies assembly rooms, billiard
parlor Two, three and four room suites furnished for
housekeeping with every modern convenience. An
ideal summer home. "Write R. Ll CHAPIN. Prop.
the Boxing World
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EATES $1 UP
Room with Bath, $L50. $2.00 and 2.50
per day. Two people, $2.00, $2.50 and
$3 00 per day.
FREE AUTOMOBILE BUS MEETS ALL
Col. E. Dunham. Pres.
Walter E. Smith, Trca.
Parts Repaired Right
Specialists for Aluminum onlj, Alum
I Inum Repair Works, D. Hartman Pro
; cess. F. 6002 I15S S Olive St, Los An
FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
PARADISE ALLEY SANITARIUM
.National City (San Diego), Cal.
Along the lines of the famous Battle
Creek Sanitarium. Come to this Ideal
health resort and enjoy the delightful
summer climate of San Diego County.
Cool sea breezes, no fogs or harsh
winds. Situated amidst orange groves
and flowers, with commanding view of
ocean, bay and mountains. A rural re
treat 5 miles from- San Diego whero
pure air and wholesome food can be
enjoyed by alL Medical attention,
scientific massage, electrical treat
ments, baths, etc.. with board and room
from $15; with board and room only
from $12 Tor folder write H. W.
Soldier Team Accepts Chal
lenge or the Hurley
j Ball Players.
! The sporting blood of the 22d infan-
try Is up. Lieut Halford. manager of
I the baseball team of that regiment,
j declared today to the El Paso Herald,
tlinf- Vic vaiiIH uf..An 4,A nunliAM. -
the Hurley ball team for a game for a
side bet of $500, and that he would play
either in El Paso or Silver City, but
preferred El Paso, as it Is a larger place
and there would be more interest In
the match here.
"The 22d infantry baseball team ac
cepts the challenge of the Hurley
team," he said, "to play for expenses
and a side bet of J500, the .winner to
take three out of five games, to be
played on an El Paso diamond; a com
mittee to consist of Art Woods, presi
dent of the El Paso city league, and
the sporting editors of the two El Paso
dailies, to have full charge of the se
lection of officials and the settlement
of protests, the games to be played
during the week of Aug. 1S-25, the 22d
infantry team versus the Hurley team
as constituted on Aug. 1. The 22d In
fantry team will play only men belong
ing to the 22d inrantry and the Hurley
team to play only men on the Hurley
payroll and belonging to the hurley
team on Aug. 1, as suggested in the
Hurley challenge, all games to be
played under strict National Hague
Lieut Halford, after reading Hurlev's
supplementary challenge today, said "he
would be willing to take hiB team to
Silver City to play if Hurley would not
come hftrp. anrl thnf Via -n.r.,,1 K .roll
ing to allow the Hurley team to name J
v...,. .MU..4WC4 Ui. W4C CUilJIIllSSlOn lO
supervise the games, if the Hurlev.
people were not satisfied with Mr Wood
and the two El Paso sporting writers
he had suggested.
THE PECOS TEAM
Also Wants to Jnow If the
22d Infantry Team
Will Play Again.
Hurley, N. M.. Aug. 5, 1912.
sailor ii .faso ieraia:
Noticinir that the Pecos hnsehnll flnh
is making such a "holler" about the
championship of the southwest and,
being unable to get in communication
with that club. I wish you would araiin
challenge them for September 1 and J
- ior tne iuney ciuo.
Would also like to call the attention
of manager Halford. of the 22d in
fantry, to the fact that Silver City Is 1
wining 10 pay expenses ior tnat ciuo ,
if they -w ill cover our side bet the 1
game to be played in Silver City.
Would like to know if the 22d In- '
fantry will give us a week date in El ;
Paso In the near future. I
Thanking you -for favors. I am yours
truly, R. T. Dorsey.
Captain Hurley Baseball Club.
ON THE TOWN LOT
Eager For n Game.
Here is an amateur baseball team
uhich wishes to play any team, any
time and at any plan;. It is the Van-
ntnnc and ITmlnn PnmflT. i. Hi m.in.
jTB PLAY BALL
I Bl E PRIZE
iaor and tip wishes a rpl from the I
Ii Fjs. P the f" 1 " b A team '
i ai. utu 1 umdUui team,
Schools, Colleges and
THE S YN DIEGO ARMY and NAVY
i attention. The THOROUGHNESS
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"Work. Distinctive Out-of-door classes, bathing and boating during the entire
rear ' The home training combined with military discipline These should
appeal to Thoughtful parents Write for illustrated Year Book
CAPT. THOS. A. DAVIS, late Sixth V. S. V. Infty, PACIFIC BEACH, CAL.
McGraw's Scouts Specializing
On Pitchers For Spring Trial
Purchase of Demaree and
Bader Is Announced, and
Lines Out For Others.
COMBING the underbrush of the
minor leagues are several scouts
. ,'- who are on the trail of young
pitcher for the New York Nationals.
"Kb," league is too small to be explored,
no Mltf so humble as to 'be Ignored,
ond no jirlce too big i the goods are
delivered. The Ivory hunters have
been fanning the Jungles for many
weeks, and now, with drafting days
less th&n, a month away, they are
springing "their traps.
Manager McGraw announces the
purchase of pitcher Al Demaree from
the Mobile club of the Southern league
and of pitcher Bader from the
Uallas club of the Texas league. Larue
Klrby, the Michigan bearcat, is already
on the job. Demaree and Bader and
some others may show up in the fall.
But the whole mob will be In Marlin
next spring. Possibly a dozen new
pitchers will be inspected.
McGraw has carried the Giants
along on the pitching of Mathewson
and jlarquard for a season now. The
other men hae turned" in victories
frequently and the work of Ames,
Crandall. and Wiltse cannot be over
looked, yet it is Mathewson and Mar
quard who comprise the backbone of
the staff Tesreau is making rapid
advances, but McGraw could use two
Johnson Names Three Duskies
To Fight For Discarded Crown
By Ed Curley
JOHN Arthur Johnson has told us a
few days ago that he was through
with the world's heavyweight
cnampionship. That sounded great
and everybody shouted with joy,. Not
that a single soul believed the Lii'
Artha was doing anything but kid
ding but simply that it was great
Now John Arthur has gone and done
it. Instead of letting all his inferior
rivals scrap for the crown he pro
claims that in his opinion yes sir, in
his opinion Sam Langford, Sam Mc
Vey and Joe Jeanette are the ones
really worthy of being considered as
Talk about your color line stuff
Why the above trio couldn't be seen
two inches away on a dark night Oh!
for a dark Abe Lincoln to rescue the
poor "White Hopes."
This will be Interesting reading for
Tommy Burns, who is having a crown
made and getting ready to hike east
to defend the title which was given
to him by Jeff of course, we mean Jim
Jeffries, not little Jeff on the other
page. At that our Jeff could have
done as well as Jim. but that's no part
of the story.
The question before the house is.
Who is this guy John Arthur Johnson
that gives away something which he
docs not possess? Again. Tfhy not lift
up the downtrodden "white hopes" and
treat them kindly. Lastly, doesn't LH"
Artha know that April 1 is eight
John Dundee was married a few
month. Now, slant the difference,
shackles Jonny fought whenever he
felt the spirit that was about once a
AND CLUB STANDINGS
Won. Lost Pet
New York 32
St Louis 32
Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St Louis.
New York at Detroit )
Boston at Cleveland.
At Cleveland R.H.E.
Cleveland 3 5 0
Boston 1 10 1
Batteries: Cleveland, Gregg and
O'Neill; Boston. Bedtent and Carrlgan.
At St Louis R.H.E.
St Louis 12 11 1
Philadelphia 4 16 6
Batteries. St Louis, Powell and
Stephens; Philadelphia, Brown, Pen
nock, Houck and Kapp, Berais.
At Detroit R.H.E.
Detroit 4 10 1
New York 2 9 3
Batteries- Detroit Mullen aud Stan
age: New York, M,cConneli and Swee
ney. At Chicago R. H. B.
Chicago i 7 9 1
Washington S 16 3
Bqtterfes: Chicago, cicotte. Benz.
White, Kuhn and Sullivan; Washington.
GroonC Cashion, Johnson, Williams and
Won. Lost Pet
New York 71 25 .740
Chicago 68 34 .660
Pittsburg 56 3S .596
Philadelphia 46 47 .495
Cincinnati 45 54 .455
St Louis 44 56 .440
Brooklyn 35 64 .354
Boston 27 69 .2S1
Pittsburg at New York.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
- St Louis at Brooklyn.
. NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At, Philadelphia 1st game. R. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 6 2
Chicago 5 7 0
Batteries: Philadelphia, Moore and
Killifer, Chicago, Lavender and Arch
er. At Philadelphia 2d game. R, H. E.
Philadelphia S 6 1
Chicago . . -. 5 12 0
Batteries: Philadelphia. Alexander
and Dooin: Ciicago. Reulbach. Smith
At Boston R.H.E.
Boston 10 13 I
Cincinnati 2 6 2
Batteries Boston. Tjler and Rarl
den; Cincinnati. Moore, Humphries, Da
vis and Clarke
At Brooklj r R. H. E.
BrookUn .. . 4 14 1
St Louit, .. . ... 8 13 1
Batteries Brooklyn. Knetzer, Curtis.
Stack and Miller St Louis, Sallee and
4 C 1
PARENTS, IS WORTH THE BEST
YOU CAN GIVE HIM
ACADEMY gives INDIVIDUAL CARE and
of instruction, ana. above ail, me
or three more strong young men regu
larly. Of the young pitchers who
were taken south last spring none re
mains. Many are called, but few get
in the world's series.
The Giants have been long on qual
ity in their pitching department, but
short on quantity. Last summer Mc
Graw was forced to make some quick
repairs on his infield to win a pennant.
He is quietly planting good, young
outfielders on the bench and he is well
supplied with extra infielders and
catchers. Therefore he is concentrat
ing his efforts on the pitching staff.
Demaree Is the leading pitcher of
the Southern league. He is no raw
youngster, but this is the best season
he has ever had. He has been roam
ing around in the minors About five
years, and once had a brief trial with
the Yankees. No Southern league
pitcher has held the enemy to as few
runs and hits as Demaree. He has
eight or ten shutouts to his credit, and
it Is largely through his efforts tnat
Mobile is in second place. McGraw
helped Mike Finn last spring by con
tributing Jacobson, Gardella and Pau
let, and Mike game McGraw an option
on his pitchers. Nothing could be fair
er than that.
Demaree was one of the pitchers
who shut out the uiants ior tnirieeu
innings in Mobile last spring when the
champions played a scoreless tie with
the Sea Gulls. He is a right hander
with ability to "mix 'em up." and
knows how to work batsmen. His
speed is not remarkable, and he is not
a big chap.
month. Now. slant thed Jfference.
Jonny is roatehed to fight Patsy
Kline next Wednesday at the St Nich
olas Rink, ana two days later he will
travel to Cleveland and battle. Matt
Brock in a 12 round encounter.
Now, as we remarked Johnny only
cared to fight once a month. Now he
has to scrap twice a week.
"He's his own boss."
Frankie BurnSj who Is after Johny
Coulon's scalp, postals from Hurley
"Hello! Am spending a fewvweeks
up here to keep away from the intol
erant weather. WIlp. be back vrtien
its comfortable. HopeVpu're enjoying
yourself." . V
All we can say Is thaWwe hopeJt
rams m Hurleyville fofc the neit
month. That s how were enjoying
Leaches Cross has been signeiLun to
battle Young Jack O'Brien ten upds
uua wee& at ui.e ou iiciiuias xuiK,
New York. Young Jack is a full bro'Sfi
er to PhiladelDhlaT Jawn and Is- a ve:
shifty lad. He easily outpointed Wol-
gast recently In Philadelphia and then
made Young Brown look foolish in a
tenround encounter a few weeks ago.
If Leaches covers up then O'Brien
will gallop home; if Leaches tears
loose then it may be different
Willie Ritchie is going to pay some
kid to meet him in the ring even if only
for a second. Willie's grouch comes
all the way from the coast Every
time Ritchie's name is mentioned by
a promoter Willie's rivals talk about
the weather, and then fade away.
Pittsburg S 12 4
Batteries: New York, Marquard,
Ames and Meyers: Pittsburg. Wijson,
Hendrix and Gibson.
San Antonio 64
Austin ........:. 51
Fort Worth 47
At Waco R. H. E.
Waco i ft 5 8
Houston 6 8 1
Batteries: Waco.- Lohman, Jost Ogle;
Carson and Rielly; Houston. Reynolds
At Dallas R. H. E.
Dallas 6 14 4
San Antonio 6 16 2
Batteries: Dallas. Pate and Windle
men. Gibson; San Antonio, Rogers and
At4kustln R. H. E.
Austin 2 3 1
Beaumont 3 S 0
Batteries: Austin. Loomis, Bradley.
Cook and Bobo; Beaumont Corbett.
Peaster 'and Dawson.
At Fort Worth Fort Worth-Galves-
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ten game postponed on aeeeunt of rain.
Denver T l
mm Srfhes ;..... ..WM J
Batteries. Dnver. Healy. Harris and
Stocky Des Moines, Faster and MGraw,
At WIehlta ; E;
Wichita f " 2
St. Joseph ---5T13. s
Batteries: Wichita. Jackson, Jordan
and demons. St. Joseph, Johnson.
Wolrlng and Griffith, Gossett
At Topeka R. H. E.
Topeka 5 12 a
Sioux City 6 10 1
Batteries Topeka, Hornaby and Chap
man, Sioux City. Tohmas and Cadman.
At Lincoln R. H. E
Lincoln 2 6 J
Omaha t 1 S 1
Batteries Lincoln. Haggerman- . ml
Carney, Omaba, Robinson and Johnson.
At Nashville R
j New Orleans ....
At Memphis K
At Chattanooga R.
At Atlanta R.
Kansas Citj i
At Columbus R.
St. Paul 6
At Indianapolis R.
Indianapolis .... ...... 2
At Louisville R.
Minneapolis .... S
MEXICAN DD3S AS THE
RESULT OF HIS INJURIES
Ft. Hancock, Tex.. Aug. 6. Luis Ol
guin, the Mexican alleged to have been
shot by J. B. Bean, on the morning of
July 27th, died here at 339 today.
HOTELS AND RESORTS
It cures, ami 70a renaia eared, w I
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I .Ojuceded t greatest fcidMj irsftw
Why sot Tisit 35ay$rsoa Efofc
Springs first, since jou 'Trill e-restn.
Brgo Modem Hotel. Perfect GT
T. C HcDennott, "The Fsyww4
Faywooa, IT. H.
THE LONE STAR "
Good Music Each Ettenmg
Under Manageneat of
LONE STAR INN
On tie County Scad
61-2 Miles From El Peso
Mrs. Harriet A. Smart
214 Madison Avenue, MElUVflDif'
Corner Thirty-sixth St. IIChTUKIY
Has elegant single or double roosu
with or without board private bath.
Notable for homelike atmosphere.
Reasonable summer rates. Write for
Corpus Beach Hotel,
CORPUS CHKISTL TEXAS.
Opened July Fourth. 1912. Modern
Elegant Fire-proof, operated on Both
American and European Plans. Fish
ing. Boating. Golfing. Surf Bathing.
Private Bath House for exclusive use
of guests. Write for rates and reservations.
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