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The American Wightman cup team, captained by Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, plays Great Britain at
Forest Hills, N. Y., Aug. 4-5. Helen Jacobs is one of three veterans on the American team. The British
team includes three newcomers to Wightman cup play and among them is Mary Heeley, star of Eng-
land. The invaders are counting heavily on the ability of Dorothy Round, Wimbledon finalist against
Mrs. Moody and the first woman to take a set from Queen Helen in six years.
Numerous disorders in which scores were injured marked the spread of the strike in southwestern
Pennsylvania's soft coal fields. National guardsmen were moved into the area under orders of Governor
Pinchot. Maj. Gen. Edward G. Shannon (at right in upper left picture), commander of the Pennsyl-
vania national guard, is shown in the strike zone when he made a survey of the situation. With him is
Maj. Kenneth. Momeyer, commander of the troops in the field. Upper right is a machine gun nest set up
ne r Brownsville. Below is a general view of mine strikers picketing a road leading to a mine near
Henry Goff Sells First
Novel To Galleon Press
Henry D. Goff, an alumnus of the
University in the class of '23, was
back on the Michigan campus this
week for the first time in 10 years,
having just had his first novel ac-
cepted for publication by the Gal-
Mr. Goff, who is affiliated with
radio station WSUN as dramatic and
continuity writer, has titled his book
"David Grows Up." It is a portrait
of an adult man's mind in the mak-
ing, treated from a sociological point
of view. Mr. Goff makes his home:
in St. Petersburg, Fla.
HE LEARNS SLOWLY
CHICAGO, Aug. 3. - (1') - Mrs.
Mary V. Linton who alleged that her
husband Patrick had deserted her 61.
times, decided to give him another
chance. She therefore asked dismissal
of a separate maintenance petition.
Earline 1eth of Los Angeles
won the title of "Miss Ocean Park"
in a beauty contest in which more
than 100 girls participated. Now
she will seek the title of "Miss
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hours ending 7 p. mn., 76.3# at
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hours ending 7 p. m., 57.7 at
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Temperature at 7 p. m., 64.2.
Precipitation for 24 hours end-
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Total wind velocity for 24
hours ending 7 p. m., 134.1.
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