THE MICHIGAN I)AI IY
W I T H R O D A'N D R E E L -Michael Lerner surveys his
day's catch, two broadbill swordfish caught off Nova Scotia with
rod and reel--a difficult feat because of swordfish's soft mouth.
These two weigh'ed 303 and 388 pounds.
W A G I N A W I G-jimmy Limnios, who thought to win a
pigtail contest at N. Y. Children's Aid Society by renting a blonde
wig, met his match in Contestant Mary Poloshjian. She' exposed
the trick before Vyvyan Donner, the contest judge.
Q U E E N-California fig grow-
ers had a queen, shapely Dolores
Hunter of Fresno, to reign dur-
ing California Figarden Day, as
part of the jolly events at Fresno
L A W C H O IC E-Walter P.
Armstrong (above), 57, who has
been practicing law in Memphis,
Tenn., since 1908, is new presi-
dent of the American Bar Asso-
ciation, named at its convention
in Indianapolis. He succeeds
Jacob M, Lashly of St. Louis.
O U T 0 F T H E W E S T-As comely a lot of cowgirlsas ever rode N. Y. ranges will appear in
Madison Square Garden rodeo. Left to right, and -all contest winners: Marion Rich, 18, Miss West
Texas; Ada Perner, 19, Miss Arizona; Jean Claussen, 18, Miss Northern California; Betty Goodan, 17,
Miss Southern California; Marcellaise Rich, 19, Miss Texas; Mary Mercier. 19, Miss Sun Valley.
P R E P A R E D N E S S P O L I C Y--window Cleaner Al Oromaner (standing), who scales sky-
scraper heights in Rockefeller Center, N. Y., never meets any thugs who want to argue with him on
a window ledge 20 stories up, but that doesn't mean Oromaner isn't prepared. He's a ju-jitsu expert
in his spare time and can handle almost any opponent. This is but a uractice session.
C E O R CI A N--Active in
child welfare is Mrs. Pleasant I.
Dixon of Americus, Ga., candi-
date for president, of American
Legion Auxiliary, which will
choose officers at its Sept. 15-18
convention in Milwaukee.
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