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ROMANCE AHOY!—Right cut of a Conrad story sails the 'Penang, three
masted bark which left Falmouth, Eng., recently under secret orders. Photo shows the vessel running before the wind with all sails set. International Illustrated Newt iHeC. .■ —.- — •• __ ...£ . . . ■ . * •• «f ! L * SIGHTSEEING TOUR- M Here s Shetland pony just landed in Boston from S.S. I Norwegian touring the I Hub City in taxicab—and m liking it. The little animal is property of Mrs. Olive Forbes Harland. of Milton. Mass. International Newsreel JUST BEFORE HOP-OFF — Here are just a few of Class “A” entries in Transcontinental Air Marathon on tarmac at Roosevelt Field. L. I.. waiting for the starter's signal. They'll make sixteen stops on way across U.S. International Uhmrltrd Kews FAIR BUCCANEER '——Here • Miss C. Pierson. Rye. N. Y.. society girl, all dressed up for the Pirates' Ball on the beach of the Westchester Biltmore Country club. iBtenuti**] Nmwi STAR KICKER —Photo shows John Gripp. Fordham half back. as he ap peared in first kicking practice of the season. He is one of team's main stays. both on offense and de fense. lotenuuoiul Ne*ucH REFRESHED—Here’s Roberto Robert!, Italian aspirant for Gene Tunney’s crown, coming out of the water after a swim on beach at Southampton. L. I. Double Robert was victor over King Solomon in first of elimination bouts. Internationa) Illustrated News pm »- —i r F AST MAIL SUB WAY—Thirty miles an hour is time your letter makes going from New York proper to Brooklyn via the new pneumatic tube. The mail subway crosses Brooklyn bridge and is most efficient of all city delivery systems. Photo shows Postmaster Albert Firmin watching an employe operate the a p p a r a < us Isscr—limsl Illustrated New* MMWIPI—W »| imilMHP’lffllUl 'I' II1' Ml P mm 1 miTiWli is in !!■■■! .***. . - _ 'QUEEN OF THE AIR"— Striking photo of Junkers monoplane in which Charles A. Levine DIDN'T fly the (Atlantic. Photo was taken during test flight of plane over Le Bourget. France, where Bert Acosta and Mabel Boll still await favorable weather for take-off. Charley himself is en route home— On g liner. laurutnuJ Nistrsi ft CUPIDS TARGET — Mn. Julien St. Charles Cheque neau. the former Adelaide Kip Rhinelander, who is re ported engaged to John L. Thomas, wealthy New York er. She obtained a divorce from M. Chaqueneau recently in Paris. Internatioastl Newsreel r;r* RECOGNIZE HIM? — It* none other than our own Tommy Loughran, light heavyweight champ and as pirant for Gene Tunney's discarded crown. He is shown in uniform of George town university football squad. laicmuioasl Ncvwet) if?**-'•**•■- tyjwpnt.. vTi'. •iW' l5P FREE NKNEESY—Wouldn t the “bloomer girl” of the cycling nineties get a kick out of these modern athletic costumes > The picture shows Fay Weldon and Helen Pritchard in training for Eos Angeles bicycle races. 7 9 Ittcrnueusl iiimuitsrf tftws.