Betty Robinson Receives Her Home Town's Acclaim With Modest Smile
Her Home Town's Acclaim
With Modest Smile
They're All Proud--Betty Robinson's father; her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Mills her mother, Betty herself and Louis Golan of the mayor's reception committee (left to right), all registered pardonable pride at the official reception.
CLIMAX OF TRIUMPH--The climax of the triumph of Betty Robinson, Chicago's 17-year-old Olympic champion, came at the banquet given in her honor at the Sherman Hotel last night. Betty is between William Stewart of The Evening American (to the left) and William Saltiel of the mayor's committee.
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