. i Headliners All Presses roared and the newspapers of the country presented one outstanding, story after another during 1933. Among tb most Important news personalities of a year crammed with big headlines were President Roosevelt, Chancellor Hitler of Germany, General Hugh Johnson, recovery administrator; Wiley Post, 'round - the - world flier; J. P. Morgan and Senator Huey Long, now figures in the political battle the senator Is fighting in his home state, Louisiana. Other "Best Stories" Among the other interesting, outstanding and amusing stories of the year were: The attempted farm strike in the mid - west. J. P. Morgan's experience with the midget dur'jig the senate investigation at Washington. The Wyntkoop murder mystery in Chicago. The defeat of Helen Wills by Helen Jacobs for the woman's tennis championship of the United States. Balbo's mass flight from Italy to the United States. The Cuban revolution. Broker's Tip victory by nose over Head Play in sensational Kentucky Derby finish. The awaruin of the Nobel nrb m physiology and medicine to Dr Thomas Hunt Morgan, California Institute of Technology, for his discoveries about heredity. And Mae West The Mae West influence on the feminine form and fashions, marking a return, in part, of curves and robustness. Settle's stratosphere flight. Victory of British team in Davis Cup tennis over th United States and France. The defeat of Tammany hall in New York City by a fusion ticket led by former Congressman Fiorello La - Guardla. The flights by Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Nctre Dame's football collapse, followed by victory over Army. The continued activities of Japan in Manchuria and its withdrawal frcm the League of Nations. The World Economic conference In London. The Century of Progress. The winning of th world's baseball championship by the New York Giants The Mary and Douglas Fairbanks divorce suit. The Pan - American conference In Montevideo. The Paul Lamson murder case In Los Angeles. Connie Mack's breakup and sale of the Philadelphia Athletics' stars.