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October 25, 1940 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1940-10-25

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B E C I N N I N C O F A R A I N B 0 W-of special interest to honeymooners is progress of the
Rainbow bridge at Niagara Falls, scheduled for completion in 1941 to replace the Falls View span that
collapsed in 1938. Here are the first concrete arches taking form 200 feet above the famous gorge.
The familiar "Maid of the Mist" steamer puffs along daintily at the left.

AND PUDDING, T O4O?-There may not be any chop-
sticks around, but there's going to be rice a-plenty at Crowley,
La., when that town stages its annual rice festival Nov. 7, with the
aid of this young rice-eating enthusiast.

A FRIEND, T H I S TIME.-Over at Fort Dix, N. J., Pri-
vate George Tucker of 44th division, 71st infantry, shows Private
Edward Burke how sentry duty will operate. Soldiers must be
clock-watchers, where those "hours" are concerned.

M U S T E R I N G M E D I C I N E-The American Red Cross
will muster medical technologists for possible defense duty, and
these men, seen in Washington, are coordinating this rgund-up.
Left to right: Harold Atkinson, director of Red Cross enrollment
of medical technologists; Capt. J. A. Bain, medical corps, U.S.
army; Chief Pharmacist J. C. Fagan, U.S. navy.

W E S T P OIN T-Command-
ant of the Presidio at San Fran-
cisc, Brig. Gen. Robert L.
Eichelberger has been named
superintendent of West Point.

DUCK SOUP-where Pilot
Robert Ullman of Britain's
R.A.F. goes, his pet duck goes,
too, even if that means a stay at
the swanky Ritz.

KEEPING A LI NE ON C O A S T L I N E-Racing to his plane, Lt. C. R. Bender of neu-
trality patrol station at Elizabeth City, N. C., hurries to investigate an unknown ship 70 miles off shore.

UH i O R -Youngest member
of the U.S. senate is Joseph H.
Ball (above), Republican and
former newspaper reporter
named to succeed the late Sen.
Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota.
Ball is 35, takes the "youngest
title" from Sen. Rush Holt"

C 0 U R S E C H E C K U P-No sooner does an unidentified
ship appear in American waters than the neutrality patrol swings
into action. Here, at Elizabeth City, N. C., Lt. R. L. Burke (right)
plots-a course for Lt. C. R. Bender to follow, in locating ship.

P A T R O L P L A N E A T W O R K-An unidentified ship off North Carolina gets the once-over
by a U. S. coast guard plane, part of the increasingly-vigilant coast guard neutrality patrol.

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