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August 17, 1933 - Image 4

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The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

A crowd of rioting Cubans are shown here sacking a building during the wild outbreak of ' en-
thusiasm which seized Havana after Cuban troops announced their ultimatum to Gerardo Machado.

These two women, each contending she is the widow of Captain
E. F. M. Deeds, wartime flier who died in an airplane accident; in
China, met in Kansas City when Deeds' funeral was held there.
Mrs. Betty Deeds (right) said she married the flier in 1925 and lived
with him seven years in Hollywood, while Mrs. Marie Deeds (left)
insisted she married the aviator in China four days before his death.

Illini Varsity
To Have Many
Practised Men
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Aug. 16-Count-
ing noses with the opening of foot-
ball practice only a month away,
Coach Bob Zuppke finds that he can
look to a large group of experienced
players as a nucleus for the 1933
Illinois varsity.
Gil Berry is the greatest loss from
last year's team which came back
so successfully in the final lap of the
season that Zuppke believes Illinois
football is definitely looking up. Pete
Yanuskus, Ack Bodman, Joe Van
Dyke and Bob Green are the other
lettermen who have passed off the
This leaves 19 lettermen, Capt.
Walser Froschauer, Beynon, Craven,
Seamans, Snook,. Abraham, Bennis,
Cummings, Bloom, Gragg, May, Ko-
walski, Petty, Hoeft, Schustek, Rus-
sell, Straw and Van Meter.
There may be one or two losses
from this group but there will also
be Frink, end, who was benched by
an injury. last year, Cook, Snavely,
Platt, Hedtke and O'Neill, who won
letters in 1931.
Such squadsmen as Fischer and
Portman, outstanding backs in spring
practice, Gibbs, quarterback, Mon-
sson, tackle, Chuck Andrews and Al
Adams, backs, oward Johnson and
Bill Kurtz, guards and Harry Palmer,
tackle, will also be possibilities.
Bill Charle, a halfback with abun-
dant spirit but a jinx * that has
thwarted his ambitions in the past,
will return.
Anong the newcomers in varsity
competition talked of are Arvo An-
tilla, tackle, Whiting, Ind., Bill Wal-
ler, end, Benton and Bob Wright,
center, Roodhouse. If George Hays,
Decatur, and Les Lindberg, Lockport,
are available, they are expected to
make strong bids for the back field.
Zuppke will soon-issue his annual
call, urging all candidates to be here
ready to begin practice bright and
early Sept. 15.
CHICAGO, Aug. 16.-Architects,
visiting A Century of Progress-the
Chicago World's Fair-always make
it a special point to visit the Swedish
Building to inspect the wooden model
of the famed City Hall of Stockholm.
It is an exact miniature of Rogner
Ostberg's architectural masterpiece
and was constructed especially. for
the Exposition by the eminent Swed-
ish sculptor, Aron Sandberg.
The model is of cedar, about five
or six feet square, with the tower
between four and five feet in height.
There is music at all home games
of the St. Louis National league club,
furnished by"the Cardinal boys' band.

Police Trap For Kidnapers Of
Factor IsSpr ung Prematurely


Attend Cool GREATER
He bent the law into a pretzel-but a
woman srtaightened him out.





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