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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. MARCH 2.",. 1940

PAGE EIGHT SATURDAY. MARCH 2~. 1940

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WILL REPRESENT GOVEK-
NOR-Harry Kelly, secretary of
state, will represent Governor Dic -
kinson at the Washtenaw County
Citizenship Banquet next Thurs-
day 'at the Union. The University
will be represented by President
Ruthven.

THREE MAY FESTIVAL ARTISTS-f-Lily Pons, o 3loratura soprana; Artur Sehnabel, pianist, and Eman-
uel Feucrmann, cellist, three of the featured soloist s scheduled to appear in Hill Auditorium at May F''estival.

BRITISH FLIERS RETURN AFTER BOMBING GERMAN BASE:--A British Royal Air Force pilot and his
crew are showni leaving their plane "somewhere in England" after returning from the bombing raids on the
Isle of Sylt, German air base. An enthusi'astic Britain is now looking to an extension of the aecrial campaigns
against German submarine bases in the Baltic. This p hoto was cabled from London to New York.

m FOOTBALL STAR TO WED DANCER-Betty Bauer, 22-year-old
Cleveland professional danicer, and Lou Zontini, Notre Dame football
star, who have announced their engagement, arc shown together in
Cleveland where they collaborated on coloring Easter eggs.

WHERE THlE GOVERNMENT CARES FOR LEP ERS-This is the entrance to the national leprosariumn
--they'd rather it "be called the U. S. marine hospital-at Carville, La. Here some 370 lepers, about one-third
of those believed so afflicted in the United States, receive expert medical care. Nuns of the Sisters of Char-
ity Order nurse the patients.

ACTORS' CHILDREN MARRY-Maxine Jones, 22, photographic
mne+A and d:au.Ohter of cowboy actor Buck Jones, and Noah Berry, Jr.,
;:5, .on of ao vl'I ,ran movie actor and hinmelf a screen jiuvenile., are
vhi a,;a1- ', y anijed for a marriage license in Hollywood. They will
bc : rud;vircl 30, with Wallace Beery as best man.

ITALY BUILDS A FAIR . , . FOR 1942-"No war in 1942" seemns to be the motto in Romne where buildings
for Dtay's "world's lair of 1942" are rapidly taking shape.

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C(HOMXWELLI REBUKED BY HULL-James R. Cromwell (left), U.
S. minister to CaLnada and husband of the "world's richest girl" was
publicly rchbiked by Secretary of State Hull for a strong auti-German,
JW4J- Al speech at Toronto. Cromwell is shown at his Somerville, N. J.
hoinc talling to a reporter.

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HIOLD THAT TIGER!--After a four-hour battle, on a No. 36 cord
line, this l1-foot tiger shark acknowledged man as his master. The
shark was caught off North Bondi, Sydney, New South Wales. Note
the gaping mouth.

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