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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. 1940

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WEDNESDAY. MAY S. 1940

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His face tense from the ordeal
of a long trial, Henry Cawthon,
ga,agemnan, is shown in court in
Atlanta, Ga., as he was given the
maxim r-n penalty of 12 months
on the p 1ublic works, six months
in j'.i0 and a $1,000 fine following
his conviction in one of nine flog-
ging C.Is S.

Massachusetts Democrats may
well he concerned since glamor-
ous Miss Camilla White (above)
of Boston was chosen "Miss Re-
piibiican of Massachusetts" at a
SuFfolk County G.O.P. rally. She
captured the male vote easily.

This picture, radioed from Berlin to New York. shows a heavilf
banidaged British soldier in a hospital aboard a(German warship, ac-
cording; to the British cens-or. The whereabouts of the ship was not
W sclosed.

be~e three men were announced in New York as winners of Pulitzer prize literary awards. Carl Sand-
burg (left) for his books "Abraham Lincoln: the Wa r Years," won the $1,000 prize for a distinguished book
of the year upon the history of the United States; William Saroyan (center) won the $1,000 prize for as
original Atmerican play with his "The Time Of Your Life"; aiul John Steinbeck (right) won the $1,000 award
for a distinguished novel with "Grapes of Wrath."

Mrs. Gladys G. Lowe (above) is on a sit-down "strike" in the
school auperintendent's office a~t lighlandville, Mo. She said she
wouldn't budge, until she has "justice" for her son's smashed nose.
Supt. Stanford Knight said the boy's nose was broken in a fight with
two other bays and that he considered the incident closed.

This ten-ton stainless steel plaque which "symbolizes the collection
and distribution of news and news pictures" was unveiled at the en-
trance, to the Associated Press building, in New York City, by Kent
Cooper, General Manager of the Associated Press, and Nelson Rocke-
feller, President of Rockefeller Center. The five men depicted are work-
ing with camera., pencil, wirephoto, teletype and telephone.

The dluck which stayed with 22-
yeax-old Harry B. Wilson (above)
through the Spanish Civil War
deserted the Albuquerque, N. M.,
youth somewhere on the snows of
Norway. HeIc was killed in action
while fighting as a volunteer with
Canada's famed Princess Pats
regiment.

Not all the baseball "Deans" are Dix and Daffy, for here's Arthur
Lovill "Chubby" Dean. who's been pitching baseball headlines for the
Athletics. A Native of :Mount Airy, N. C., he used to pitch at Duke.

(ncr- rovecnl Berlin sources say that Copy; bagen is "preparing for steady lblackout," urge
sitrip(-,; like these, on fen.ders for safety on dar-k st~reets.

Flanked by the tugs that maneuvered her into position, the new U.S. aircraft carrier, Wasp, is shown, at Quincy, Mass. The 14,700-ton, 739-foot
carrier is nearly 18 months behind building schedule.

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