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The Cuba Review, Vol. 19: December, 1920-November, 1921 (Classic Reprint)

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National league baseball club here: The appearance in Havana 0f the New York National League baseball players has been enjoyed by the Cuban baseball fans for the past four weeks. The famous home run hitter, ... Læs mere

Excerpt from The Cuba Review, Vol. 19: December, 1920-November, 1921

National league baseball club here: The appearance in Havana 0f the New ... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The Cuba Review, Vol. 19: December, 1920-November, 1921

National league baseball club here: The appearance in Havana 0f the New York National League baseball players has been enjoyed by the Cuban baseball fans for the past four weeks. The famous home run hitter, Babe linth, made his appearance and drew large crowds to the grounds to watch his performances. A three-team league was formed with the Giants, Almendares and Havanas and many interesting and close games were played. Babe Ruth did not make as many home runs as it was expected he would, but he was a great attraction, since he shifted his position from fielder to first base and then to pitcher and again to catcher.

Havana's tourist outlook: From what we are able to observe, this coming winter is to be the banner year for tourists in Havana. Many new buildings have been splendidly fitted up as boarding and rooming houses to take care of the crowds and the hotels are ready for record crowds this year. Tourists will find Havana this winter still more modernized than ever with the introduction of the Palisades Park on the Malecon, which very much resembles the world famous Coney Island in New York except that it has not the proportions. Then, too, the number of English speaking residents of Cuba has increased considerably during the past few years and the inability to speak Spanish is not the handicap to the present-day tourist that it was in years past. Today the number of Cubans speaking English is very large, and with its twelve months of sunshine, delightful breezes, and hospitable, fun-loving people, the Island is fast becoming what has always been said of it, The Garden Spot of the World.

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