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Senator James W. Wadsworth of New York photographed while riding in Potomac Park. His groom in the background. Mrs. Grafton Minot, who is following in the footsteps of her grandfather. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, and taking an active interest in politics. Mrs. Minot, daughter of Mrs. Augustus P. Gardner, has addressed many republican gath erings. National PIm.i... Rev. Billy Sunday takes a "sawdust-trail" pose on the steps of President Harding's offices at the White House. Billy is accompanied by his manager, Frederick W. Rapp. * * Miss Viola Dana, popular star of the silver sheet, calling on President Harding at the White House. She was accompanied by her mother. Miss Dana made her theatrical debut in Washington several years ago with Thomas Jefferson in "Rip Van Winkle." She later starred in "The Poor Little Rich Girl." X.itiniint IMn.to / Dr. Richard B. Moore, chief chemist of the bureau of mines, who is in charge of the new cryo genic laboratory of the bureau, where extensive experiments are being conducted to lower the cost of production of helium gas, used in dirigibles. National l'lioto. STAFF OF THE GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL flint" Second annual ball of the Alabama Society, held at the Willard Hotel recently. One of the features of the evening was the minuet, with the dancers in colonial costumes.