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June 02, 1940 - Image 10

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I'll 141Al1 t iI CA NiDALI L Y SUNIiDAY, 31

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Future looks bright for Porter Vaughn., University of Richmond
(Ya.I sentior and. southpaw who's agreed to sign with the Athletics for
$8.000O. At Whe other end of handshake is F. W. 'Boatwright, university
pres identt.

With the nation's new emphisii on a huige defense program, the
crack ROTC unit at Valley Forge Mlilitary Academy in Wayne, Pa.,
welcomies review by Inspucting Officek' Lieut. -Col. Gilbert S. Blrownedll.

1ove of the sea seems to be as inherenti in JameF- lw Itoonsellt as in his father, the Vr,,irio, for he re iS
Jaikmu1ny (i:vin))aoar'd :h"i:;new sloop, the - Ila11f Moo 5)hich plaee, !d second in A V16 eA'imr Sanr Il iegi. It
Wn ithe first rice fOr the vcsse. The W'4ings, ,dwide! '. Wcrd thirdLis at the right. Note the billrowg"ania-
ker,; of both slutols.

Hfere's how A,, least one student
picketed the classroomn of P'aul P.
Cram, Harvard history.,instructor
who is strongly in f.vor of Amier-
icamn ir dto the Allie, Tihe students
refused to give their 11,nws, wore
gas masks.

Sumner T.. Pike (above), Maine
l{jmYh(ian noninated by FDR to
the Scurnities Exchiange (Commis-
,iwacs a World War coast ar-
ti~lcry captain.<

Queenu of at national air carnival
to bec staged at Wrirn la, Ala,.,
Jame 1, ,-will 1be Evelyn ILynne,
Alabam1a.11t-bo rn singer-ct. She'll be
entbromed by Stedh am Acker, car-
nival cdirector ind manager of the
mnunicipal airport.

"OUTB LACK THE LAST BLACKOUT!"
Ifvi, i i o'ofthe iposters distributed ithroughoutthe hoawa< V;iiaIn
ti lasprelimiryr to a "blackout" pIlanned for May 23 as patrt of
L nrie S t 's reh a1 of defense drills. One portion reads: "As citizens
of hawitaii this, is our opportunity to show our military services hlow we
canl cooperate in the defense of our Territory."

At controls of his new 75-horsepower helicopter sits Ivor Sikorsky,
51t, Russiaon-born aeronautical engineer, whose demonstrations at
Bridgeport. Con~ included vertical takeoff and landing. A variable
pitch "windmill" rotor lifted and let down the craft; two tiny rotors
in rear' of fuselage acted as elevators and a third, as the rudder.

When the Southwest ceelbrtes this year the 400th anniversary of
Coronado's search for "seven citie s of C ibola paved with gold," scores
of citie-s in New Mexico, Alrizona. Oklahoma, Texas will re-enact frag-
ments of the C tlIi tadorces Iii ory. Thes~e little +Cochiti dolls (matte
by Indians) are ready to ard to the festiveness of the occasion.

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