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SATURDAY, APRIL P q, 1939A

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FADE THREW

SATURI)AY, APRIL 29, 1939, PAGE Th2Rfl!

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"Oh. what a pig!" seems to be the exclamation of Thomas E. Dewey, Jr., six-year-old son of New York's
famous district attorney (right), astounded at an exhibition of porcine gluttony as he tilts the bottle of milk
into the mouth of a pig belonging to a circus clown at Madison Square Garden. Younger brother, John Mar-
tin, age 3, sits on his mother's lap, not so much impressed.

Peek-a-boo, who are you, seems to be question of this inquisitive
pekingese pup, whose eyes fairly popped out when she came across a
pair of ducklings in the home of her owners, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
13. Whimple of Portland, Maine.

Mayor LaGuardia of New York (right) spared no words or gestures
as he welcomed Crown Prince Olaf and Crown Vricess Martha to
America. The royal couple arrived aboard the Oslofjird, which had a
collision with a pilot boat just off Ambrose light. A two-month tour of
America has been planned.

Posies were presented to Dr. Josef
Goebbels by members of Cairo's
German colony during propaganda
minister's visit.

Not a worried look was in evidence as these young recruits read the news in London that the government,
for the first time in modern peacetime history, had announced that all boys between 20 and 21 years of age,
would be drafted to boost the armed strength. A recruiting officer is at right. This photo was radioed from
London to New York.

So big is the current recruiting
drive for Great Britain's territorial
army that stations and information
bureaus have been set up through-
out London. Here a youngster gazes
in wonderment at the sign which
points the way to the recruiting
office.

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A new guessing game appeared in Washington in the form of post
cards to political correspondents, listing specifications of the "logical
1940 Republican candidate," but gave no name. Next week came the
came on another card-Senator I. Styles Bridges (R.-N.H.), shown
above.

President Roosevelt upset mili-
tary precedent by selecting a. brig-
aidier general, George C. Marshall
(above), to be professional head of
the expanding army during the
next four years. Marshall will suc-
ceted Gen. Malin Craig as Chief of
Staff when Craig reaches retire-
ment on August 31.

He's a pippen, this new pitcher
of the Philadelphia "A's". Right
handed Henry Pippen is fanciest
of "A's" new crop.

Pillars of the Polish Corridor are solid against any threat of German aggression. Poland, recently included
in a British-Freneh guarantee of protection, nevertheless is taking no chances, and with Nazidom eyeing Dan-
zig and the Polish Corridor, armament and maneuvers are the order of the day. Here are anti-aircraft guns
seen at recent maneuvers.

With an axis to grind, Mussolini played host in May, 1938, to Hitler,
welding the alliance of two dictatorships. Reportedly a bargain was
struck; Hitler renounced Italy's South Tyrol and was to have a free
hand in Central Europe and Czechoslovakia (which he absorbed in
March, 1938); Duce's sphere was to be the Balkans; Italy took Albania
in April, 1939.

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