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Japanese equivalent of "Fire" is yelled by naval officer whose hood
enables him to get orders from the bridge.
Although official sources were silent, reliable inf 3ratants said that thete are the first of a shipment of
about 100 six-ton tanks of World War vintage headed fr Canada. The tanks have been stored at the Rock
Island, Ill., arsenal since war days and were loaded on 4o flat cars along the Missisippi River (background).
They have a top speed of only three or four miles pe loo:t .w and are considered too slow for use as combat
weapons. Canada will use them for training purposes.
- Daily Photo by Will Sapp
New publicity stunt for selling you your Daily is the mirrored bulle-
tin board stationed in front of the library on the diagonal. Here Julie
Chocley, '43, pbwders her nose in the glass that 'mirrors the campus'.
The persistent business staff announces that there's still time to sub-
scribe, so if you like a Daily at your door every morning phone 2-3241
or come to the Student Publications Building.
Madame Chiang comforts newly clothed Chinese refugees after
Richard Bonelli, noted baritone
of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany, will return to Ann Arbor
Dec. 3 for the first time since the
1939 May Festival to sing in one of
the ten Choral Union Concerts
scheduled for this season.
Dick Bartell, Detroit infielder (right), scores the first run in the opening frame of the second World
Series game in Cincinnati, coming home on Charley Gahringer's single. No. 5 is Hank Greenberg, Tiger out-
fielder, and the Red catcher is Jimmy Wilson. Red Ormsby is the umpire. Behind Bucky Walters' masterful
three-hit hurling, the Reds won, 5 to 3 to even the Series.
For the first time in its 40 years, the Bronx Zoo in New York now
permits visitors to feed the inmates, vending scientific animal goodies
in machines like this set near animals most fond of handouts. Above,
Keeper Mike Wolf helps girl get package for five cents. New system
pleases zoo patrons who disliked "smuggling in peanuts" to* feed the
Preparing for a 35,000-foot jump, Arthur H. Starnes, Chicago para-
chute jumper, donned this suit with face mask and oxygen equipment
for a test in the Armour Research Foundation "cold room" at Chicago.
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