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PI >V---—- V ' ' " . ; _ _ _.- i i i THE VILLAGE SMITHY—For more than 25 years. Mrs. Annie Club has conducted a “smithy" on the outskirts of London Though she is 63 she can swing a 14-pound hammer as well as any man. The photo shows her at tier anvil. intermitinnui xvwsSwi ACTRESS IS HOME—Elsie Ferguson of the American stage is shown as she arrived on S.S. lie de France from a vacation on the Italian ^ Riviera. iBleniatkmttl N*w-n-«-l r | <;V. RESCUED AT SEA— Above is air mail plane catapulted from S S lie de France and forced down into a choppy ^ sea. the photo being made at time of rescue by Scilly Islands fishing smack. Left. Pilot De Imougeot. International Jllu*tr:<t*<l New '■ A mi \ ■Hi ON ADVENTURE TRAIL—This striking photo shows S S City of New ^ ork. of Commander Byrd's Antarctic expedition, passing through Gailiard cut in Panama scanal cn route to the South Pole. Two-score followers of the little ted gods who comprise crew expect to remain in frozen wastes for two years Wit r* tioiml 111 a strait-*! «* ] MONSTER O F AIR—Stem view of super-dir.gible Count Zeppc':n as she rose from han gar at Friedrichs hafen. Germany, for her first trial flight. The big ship will go into trans-Atlantic pas senger service. Iofcrnptlon:il Wu>r*M l ^ -1 » I I WINS HAZARDOUS SWIM—George Schroth. former American water polo *tar. is shown winning annual swim across treacherous waters of the Golden Gate. He negotiated mile and a quarter through tide in 56 minutes 31 seconds. Inrrrnntlnnn! IHiuKrttml NVw* - -- ■—-— rr . 2 '* T U. ■ . j, ... x f ■: • , -k . *>= > ALMOST EXPLOSIVE! —That’s what a spectator remarked after seeing . Karel Kozeluh. famous Czecho - Slovakian tennis pro. in action at Forest Hnlls. L I.. tourney K." as he is familiarly known. . is a player who hasn't a weakness. Inti'rnntloiiiil Krwwrvet •... "W 1 * V "| 'i .2 3 SllSi BON CAMARADE — Here i* Lieutenant George* Sea-’ ptni. blind French war hero.j he appeared upon arrival in New York en route to the American Legion convention in San Antonio. Tex He t* France * only official repre sentative to the convention* I oteniat lf»uat News red QUALIFIES at golf— Pretty Virginia Van Wie. of Chicago, snapped during round in which she qualified »n National Women s Golf Championships at Hot Springs, Va. Miti*runtli»hat Ai'«r»nrl .. r" • ' *-.X """'y • ....»■' * f > 3 B'.’k tO°K PLEA&W^PLEASt,j£ ph .. . ' ~ : tL£sz Sar.o^r^t'lLT"** i £■ ?"* be influence the little *£5& 3 ,Wn,ly gr0UP'