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October 24, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-10-24

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TIHIE1MICHIGAIN DAILY TUESDAYVOC. 24, 1 93

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NOSY BYRD DOG-Other fields looked greener iso this sled dog on
the U.S. !nt;e'ri Department motorship "North Star" which will acecoan.-
pany the "Bear of OaLkland" Carrying the Byrd expedition to Antarctica.
Both ships are at Boston.

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MOMENT ]MUSICALE-A composer's rant interest i h edto
of hi:: own work is writt+E=n in the, face of Jaromir Weinberger. (let as
he hears his "Blible Poetn " played n an el mri organ by Pietro Yo.n.
Mr. Yon is ivell known as the organist of St.. Patrick's cathedral, New
York. Mr. W'einrberger. a Czecho-Slovakian composer, has lived in this
country sine January,,1939.

PRIDE OF YANKEE DOODLE-To help Uncle, Saam observe Navy -Day Olct.. 27, the Destroyer Downes leads
Battleships New Mexico,, Maryland, Tennessee, Oklahoma, California, Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Idaho
and Mississippi through waters with 400 planes overhead.

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WATCH DOGS AT SEA-U.S. battleships, such as, New Mexico, Maryland and' Tennessee (right to left),
are named for states; surbmarines are named for fish', minesweepers, for bairds.
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MAN WtYENT TO THE MOUNTAIN-Snow-capped Mt. San Jacinto towers above the siphons used to carry
Colorado river water sonmc 240 miles to Los Angeles and 12 other cities.

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