Defendant published in a newspaper the picture of the plaintiff, Alta Woolf, under the headline, "Sued for Balm," and above a caption to the effect that "Mrs. Ruth Felgenauer (above) 11002 Nelson Ave." had been made defendant in an alienation suit. To the plaintiff's libel action, defendant demurred. Held, the trial court was correct in sustaining the demurrer because, in its entirety, the publication was not calculated to lead third persons to believe that it referred to plaintiff. Woolf v. Scripps Pub. Co. (Ohio, Ct. App. 1930) 172 N.E. 389.