The Daily Call
Tessa George; Editor-in-Chief
A Mad World and It's Inhabitants
The Monkey Trial
The Worst Insult to the United States In Its History
A Scoop From Helen Wills
Helen: Glad to be here Tessa!
Tessa: So, tell me a little about yourself.
Helen: Well, I was born on October 6, 1905. I grew up in Centerville, CA. I attended the University of California, Berkeley. I married twice. I am so involved with my career, I don't focus much on anything else.
Tessa: What are your tennis achievements?
Helen: I won 31 Grand Slam Tournament titles, 7 single titles at U.S. Championships, 8 singles at Wimbledon, and 4 at the French Championships, and 2 gold Olympic medals.
Tessa: Wow! When was your first national title?
Helen: When I was 17.
Tessa: What is your playing style?
Helen: I like different styles, I like to keep my opponent on their toes.
Tessa: Do you have a certain expression you show while playing a game?
Helen: Haha, well not that I notice. But people have told me I'm very serious and focused.
Tessa: Helen, it sounds like you are in love and proud with what you do. I want to say congrats for all you have accomplished. It was great to talk with you today, thank you for your time!
Helen: It was wonderful being here, thank you for having me!
"The States" Historical Forecast
The Gilded Age
Nickname: "Golden State"
1 in 4 residents are foreign-born; 30% U.S. Latinos, 40% U.S. Asians, 16% Native Americans
Nickname: "The Lone Star State"
The Chisholm Trail lasted 15-20 years. Cowboys brought cattle through the trail. This trail was 800 miles, that's San Antonio, TX- Aboline, KS
Capital: Santa Fe
Nickname: "Land of Enchantment"
Third largest visual art market in Taos and Santa Fe, NM
Roaring 20's State
Nickname: "The Grand Canyon State"
7 Wonders of the Natural World: Grand Canyon has 5 million visitors annually. It is 15 miles across at its widest point.