Babe Ruth Stops at Coram

Port Jefferson Echo
November 17, 1923

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On his way home from Riverhead, where he had played baseball last week, the great "Bambino" Babe Ruth stopped at Heene's Coram Inn and gave a dinner and reception to Miss "Babe" Schein who was the chief hostess. Miss Schein is also the great batter's secretary.

After some good "Eats' prepared by the culinary expert, Mrs. Heene, dancing and merrymaking were indulged until the wee hours, when the guests departed for the Great City, determined to return soon again.

Amongst those present, besides the mighty Babe and Miss Schein were Jack Scott, Harry Hesse, John Fae, Paul Dietz and wife, Mr. Savage and wife, Miss Lillian Russell, Mr. Press, Miss Helen Russell, Mr. Sweeney, Mr. Hupfel, Carl J.Hayser.

E Heene had the reception rooms tastily decorated with fall wildflowers and oak leaves, which made a pretty contrast with the latest designs of sport suits worn by the ladies.

As Babe Ruth and some of his fellow players met with an accident on their return from Riverhead last Friday night, they were compelled to stop at the Coram Inn for dinner. One of the men named Scott, had an appointment in New York, and hired J. Baczinsky to take him to the city. Accompanied by Will Wittschack, they motored in, returning on Saturday.

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