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Jap Soldiers ‘Defend’ Tokio in Mimic Warfare V- Japan ?e s >ldiwear! ns -aiaouflace. o cr:. anti-aircraft and macl.i- from the ma.~euv.i-s vhc-n the city pas umler theoretical auac-K. Thousands vi i-oldicrs tw!; par:. Dramatic Scene Marks Passing of Tennis Crown to Miss Jacobs While 7,000 spectators looked on in awed silence, this was tir* scene that brought to a dramatic finale the national singles cham pionship at Forest Ildls. N. V. i • shows Mrs. lie’ -a \\ IN. Moody sipping a cup of w;*.t< r aftsr t II ing the umpire that, he- a ;se “my legs gave out,” she v-.;* i not con tinue her match with Helen Jacobs. Miss Jacobs, wh > thus re tains her title by default, i iiown below anxiously watching Mis. Moody, and above, v.'uh the tro phy emblematic ol' trie champion ship. I Film Star's Accuser and Children ♦Mrs. Marian Y. Read, who accuses Claire Windsor, blond film actress, iof aiie^atm< the affections of bp^iusband, Alfred C* Read, Jr-*.1,1 tlOO suit now beintr ti^f fljyil JOp*o<>d, is snoint here with ..—‘two^oRjABtin. Cokstanee. •p^KfWMred. 3. Mrs. Read is promi nent in San Francisco and Oakland society. Here s a riant Behind Schedule I One plant that's not working over | time these clays is the famed Cen tury I’lant in The Bronx (N. Y.) 1 Botanical Garden. Four weeks j overdue on its scheduled bloom ! ing. the temperamental exhibit | here is shown as it appeared tar i dily with 66 of its blossoms in j bloom. It still had 534 to go! Blue Eagle Is Her ! . , Mascot The Blue Eagle and Miss Mary Hughes are inseparable. She’s na tional head of the women’s NR A division, and as she stopped in Pittsburgh on a whirlwind tour of the country to organize feminine support for the NRA. Miss Hughe* displayed a style that may becom? popular—a Blue Eagle scarf * “VIKING OF THE SKIES”—IN LAND OF VIKINGS ! ___ _ . After bringing hi- piano to a per fect landing in Copenhagen Har bor, Denmark, at the conclusion of his North Atlantic survey flight. Colonel Charles A. Lind bergh, perches on a pontoon, as shown here, to direct the maneu vering of the big seaplane. Hos tess to the famous visitors from the homeland. Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen, United States minister to Denmark, is shown at her Copen hagen h«>m:’ as she received Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh at the end of their flight. Miss America. ’33! [A figure in the news at 1G is Ma rian Iierjreron (above), the plati num blonde Westhavcn, Conn., high school senior, who was crowned “Miss America of lOotl” at the Atlantic City beauty uage ant. 1 “Striking” Medal For Huey’s Socker m \ I Yessir, you’ll have to admit this j medal's “striking.” It was struck j to commemorate the washroom I gladiator who struck Senator Huey Long in the memorable Hat- i tie of Long Island. On the face of ' the medallion is an unflattering | piscatorial caricature of the I “Kingfish” receiving a poke, from 1 a fist which emerges from a vrash hat in inscription ret ids: [ riy public acclaimJfor a deed ac complished in private;,” After a Momentous Rowboat Parley 1 he spectacle ol two statesmen holding a momentous eomerenco in a rowboat was afforded hundreds of bathers at Riccione Beach, Italy, when Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss of Austria rowed out 10 where Premier Mussolini was swimming to discuss, it ,r icportrd, a central European part. This was the scene as the. little Chancellor (holding coat and hat) and II Duce (in bathing suit) returned to the beach. Exultant over their political and military triumphs, Dr. Ramon Grau San Martin (in white suit) aif^tjol, f'uljjcncio Batista, new chief of staff of the Cuban army, embrace each other after the former’s ele vation to the presidency of the strife-torn island republic. IN “CAMPUS MURDER” TRfJ •4 | Ciuoial |*< inis in the “campus- murder" n. ! . ,\ ^ j Stanford Univ -i.-ity dress sales manas r, • 1 pictures, with Lurnson him •-*'i at left. At shown rakinjr through th- backyard l-nsd ■, c lenjrih of pipe and in which Lanv-- n i mi iny hortly hoi’oi his ‘ hr.tt: 1 .-is home <shown in th diagram San Jose Calif. FAIR QUEEN OF FFF'AV I Queen of the nation’s women golfers a second/";*. ' ginia Van Wie has shown undisputed superior/ the fairway. And how about l,ooks? , Navy Balloon Lands in ConneM --- . .. .. "'O I Winner of the JUd- James (Jordon Bennett m race. Lieutenant Commander T. G. W. Settle, re > 1 year’s title when he brought the Navy balloon he ^ safe landing at Branford. Comb, after a 750-m .^ ' cago. Here you see the deflated balloon and basket - tie and his flying- companion stepped out safely.