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The Speakership battle is over. Representative John N. Garner of Texas (left),
who became Speaker of the House when the Democrats organized the body, receives a handshake on the House rostrum from Representative Bertrand H. Snell of New York, Republican candidate for the office. © Wide World Photos The Coast Guard eleven wins the President’s Cup. Mrs. Hoover is pre senting the trophy to Lieut. Edward Roland, captain of the Coast Guard team, after the great battle at Griffith Stadium in which the Marines took the short end of a 13-to-6 score. © Associated Press Photo mmmwmmmM “Hunger marchers” holding their demonstration on Capitol Hill last Monday. They are formed in a horseshoe on the Plaza, with a throng of on lookers beyond. ® Star staff Photo Flanked by a line of police, the “hunger marchers” start their parade from the Cap itol to the White House. © St r Staff Photo. Gene Lauder Tunney, son of the retired heavyweight cham pion, faces the camera for the first time at the age of three weeks. © Associated Press Photo. California girls take their soccer seriously. Here’s a lively bit of action in a match between two athletic clubs at) Bell, Calif. © Associated Press Photo. When Les Maynard hit the “Gyrene” line something gave way. The Coast Guard star is demonstrating in this off tackle smash in the first quarter of that battle for the President’s Cup. © Underwood & Underwood Babe Ruth is pretty good at other sports. He is shown with the first day’s bag at his hunting camp at New Bern, N. C. © Associated Press Photo.