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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, July 27, 1929, Image 13

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THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. SATURDAY. JULY 17. 19M Features From Footlights And Filmland Wilder ’ s Classic “ The Bridge of San Luis Rey ” at Loew ’ s Stale Darolta. Jane Wlnton. Henry B. Walthall. V Emily Fltiroy. Tulljr Marshall. Mitchell Uwii. Mikhail Vavttch and many other* of not* are In the cast. The vivid ecene In which th* great bridge brraka don. with a a etructure two hundred feet long acroea a deep chasm, the Impres- ■lve and awe-inept ring cathedral ecene. and other vivid\ details fill the elaborate romance. Hpeels] lighting and photographic effects, designed to carry out th* spirit of the original story. Inten ­ sify Its sffectlvcness under Bri ­ bin's deft direction. Cedric Gib ­ bons' impressionistic settings ar* also poWsrful factors in lb* effec ­ tiveness of th* stirring drama. This new Metro-O#dwyn-M*ycr production, vrith Us Impressive and spectacular settings and Intense dramatic theme. Is one of the moist talked-or pictures of the season Di ­ rected by Charles Brabin, It Is played by a huge cast that fairly bristles with famous names. Rac ­ quet Torres. Ernest Torrence. Uly JACK DONOHUE You've got to be good to dick in New York.\ That is what anybody who knows his \Main Stem\ will tell you. By the same token the tkme per ­ son will tell you that Maurice Chev ­ alier. idol of the French and Brit ­ ish stage, \clicked\ In New York recently when ho appeared for his first personal performance in the United States at the Zlegfetd Mid ­ night Frolic, You Broadwayli* very likely will go one further and say. \That lad not only clicked, he whirred and Perhaps no game la subject to such Inconsistencies In ’ Its devotee's ■jankaasgoir. It seems Impossible recuperation Is a alow progress. Thara Is no doubt that he will be .among the leaders when he does effect a cure but the problem now is Just how long It will take him. Golfing form cannot be denied and he seems bound to reassert himself In tha golfing firmament Smith Doe To Regain Form What It takes to bring a blast New York audience to its feet yell ­ ing and cheering. Chevalier has got H* Is a genius, a marvel In the art of entertaining. Here Is what tlTe Evening Grap ­ hic said the day after his appear ­ ance at the Ziegfeld roof show: \Every number was received with fervent), handclapping, and has not been so long nor Indeed so consistent. After his brilliant play during the winter months this past year he travelled with th* Ryder Cup team to England and while bo did not sdntlallate In play there or during th* British Open he subse ­ quently won th* French Open In impressive style. Since coming back to these shores however be failed to display the golf he showed earl ­ ier In the season. Thoso who hoped to see a Jones-Smith finish In the National Open were slightly dis ­ appointed but perhaps another year may bring this very thing about. • Two years ago Farrell garnered the honors In seven Important medal events, stopped only by the National Open. last year be won th* National Open and started Im ­ mediately upon a barnstorming tour which has so sapped his phy ­ sical endurance that be has bocn unable to reach his former form again. He thought he was right In the Metropolitan Open at Lido and so expressed himself before Uie tournament. The results of his playing however were far from re ­ assuring. It may be that he will regain his form before the POA championship tournament' ' taken place but his golfing nerves will hare to be cured before that will Champions of four countries Xiave sent in their entries Including\ho one and only Bobby Jones. The others are djtR. .Somerville. Cana ­ dian champ^Pu Cyril Tolley. British Amateur champion and Jack Wes- land. French champion. The eigh ­ teen holo rounds at the start of tho tournament ar* always a struggle for the top-Botchers and no doubt many of tbf, leading amateurs ar* glad that Ray Gorton has not signi ­ fied hi* intention of taking part. Golf followers will remember him as the man who played Jones even up for eighteen holes last year only to lose on the nineteenth. Farrell 1* • the hlfch tensioned form of golfer who puts everything be has Into the game while he is playing and a result he tires easily and so fatigues himself that his Mr. Hultmas Is 27 years old and has been actively connected with association work from boyhood, j having served as a boy member and . a volunteer leader and also as part < time secretary of the boys' depart-1 ment of th* city of Buffalo where , ho was bom. Appointed a councillor of the Buffalo Y. M. C. A. boys' camp in 1921. he shortly afterward* was | named assistant boys* physical di ­ rector of the Buffalo Central j Branch Y. M. C. A and was later named as boys' physical director. He served in that capacity until entrance to Bpringfleld Y. M. C. A. Collage in 1922. At college, be participated In all Frederick W. Sherman, Late Resident of Rye, Leaves Land; Personal Effects Interest In parcel* of land and personal effect* are left to friends and relatives of Frederick W. Sher ­ man. Stuyvesant avenue. Rye. un ­ der th* term* of hi* will filed here o me o' K un ' l B ob i R ich FR i ENPS POME t>lBP 'TtSTlDDY, EM HE A im ' FERGIT KuWL B ob IM HE WILL, NUTHE.R-- ---- HE MAME H im a P ole - barer at PE F ome 'AL// Maude Rockwell, New Ro ­ chelle, Divide* Estate and Personal Effecta By J. MILLAR WATT HAVE YOU ©OT A VALET — On the Stage* \ZIZZ ” BLACK and Stage Band — WITH — The All Colored Revue “ EBONY SCANDALS ” 25— Colored Stars —25 LYDIA HARRIS America's Daughter of WOPOLOGY ’ Golfers Find Consistency at the Game * A Difficult Thing By FRANCIS OUIMKT , Former'Open and Amateur ChompKn Walking the River Thames arr- 1:00 — lUeketwn Orchestra, ill — BeturrUx — VftireooSrv 1:40 — ilerllna Burnley. *on*«. B:oo -A1 Duke. »coci “ Innocents of Paris ” at Keith ’ s Features Maurice Chevalier Classic On State Screen DOLORES COSTELLO ic “ THE GLAD RAG DOLL ” A Vitaphone Sound and Talking Pictures AND FIVE ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE SUNDAY — TWO BIG FEATURES— CONTINUOUS Clara Bow in “ THE FLEETS IN ” AND Mont) 1 Banks in “ A Honeymoon Abroad ” Also Kino grams, New* and Metro Movietone Base s MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY LEE TWINS AND COMPANY HULTMAN NEW ADDITION TO Y.M.CJL STAFF! Assistant Physical Director Hut Had Extensive Expe ­ rience; Was College Athletic Star Announcement of th# appoint ­ ment of J. Russell Hultman as as ­ sistant physical director of th# White Plain* Y. M. C. A, has been made by Frank Gardner Smith. Last Time* Today HOOT GIBSON is \POINTS WEST ” A Great Star la A Great and OUB GANG C \Wiggle Your Eara\ Sm. July 28 (Cimtmmm) Two Features to » i Aniigjj \TOE RIVER PlftATF* and PAWNEE BOX la \TOE THRILL CHASER* SERIAL Mon., Toes.. July 21-M BEN LYON in* \DANCING VIENNA ” THE SONG OF LIFE Of 9200 T — —

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