__________ ______THE MICHIGAN DAILY
POCTURE NEWS; C
FRIDAY, MAY 9,
C R A D U A T 1 0 N E X E R C I S E S-Trainees, among largest group of selective service men ever
tur-ned to duty in the army, display their prowess in "graduation" services at Fort Benning, Ga.
They're from New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
D R E S S R E V I E W -The entire cadet corps of the U.S. Mili-
tary Academy line up for full dress review at West Point, N.Y. Approxi-
mately 1,300 participated.
L I N K-.Margaret Sullivan, queen of Carnegie Tech's spring car-
nival, adds the link of the class of '43 to class chain, in accordance
with annual tradition.
0 U T-Thomas Benton (above), noted Ozarks painter, has lost
his, job as a department head of the Kansas City. Art Institute. Re-
cently he labeled museums "graveyards of art run by pre~ty boys
with delicate wrists and a swing in their gait."
1 D E A S I N C L A Y-Alois Lang of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
works out his ideas for an original woodcarving with clay. He
finds clay more convenient for developing ideas, but turns to wood
for final work.
T I M B E R T O P P E R C A S U A L T Y-With other contestants all around him, Jockey R.
Beatty falls from A. A. Baldwin's Mavis at second jump, suffering an arm injury during 12th running
of Virginia Gold Cup race at Warrenton.
H E A D S B. & O.-Roy
Barton White, 57 (above), presi-
dent of Western Union, is new
head of ,B. & 0. railroad.
F O R E C A ST E R--Secretary
of Commerce Jesse Jones
(above) believes national debt
will reach 90 billion dollars.
A D o P T E D-Mohawk Indians from the St. Regis reservation
at Hogansburg, N. Y., adopted New York's Lieutenant Governor
Charles Poletti (shown holding pipe) into the tribe in a recent
ceremony at Albany,
I N T H E U N E X P L 0 R E D -Byrd survey party pitches camp at Mount Rea, 285 miles east of
Little America, on reaching edge ofhitherto unexplored regions.