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A N D J U D I T H A C R E E S-Frank McCormick, Cincin-
nati Reds' first baseman named the National League's most valu-
able player by the Baseball Writers' association, rates ace-high
with Judith Ann, his daughter. They posed in New York.
MOUNTAIN HAS A WORD FOR IT--A large "Dux," meaning leader,
shone from the mountain as Mussolini ( ront) reviewed Italians stationed near
the Yugoslavian border.
H E A R T B E L 0 N G S T 0 D A Db Y-As if to bring London closer, Anne Khuner, 5, almost
climbed into the "mike" during a N. Y. broadcast of British refugee children, to England.
M 4O R.Y L I1NG E'R S O N-.Though the election's over,
a Harvest of campaign .cireulars is still being reaped in Washing-
ton by Sen. ity M. Gillette (D-Ia.), ,who's making a study of the
"smear literature" variously distributed.
T O O H 0 T B E 10 W-While northerners shiver in wintry
cold, army flying cadets at Randolph field, Texas, zoom their 450-
horsepower training' plane up to 9,400 feet to get away from the
heat. It was even too warm. at 5,000 feet.
D R U M S T I C K S 'I N T H E R A W'-With turkey days near, vigilant watch for coyotes is
kept by herder and his dog at Forrest Benson's huge turkey ranch near Loveland, Col.
T H E L A S T R I D E-Burial with full military honors was
given "Chilena," gallant mare who died "in action" at the national
horse show, N. Y. With her is Maj. Eduardo Yanez of Chile, who'd
guided Chilena to many victories.
GO O D E N OUG00H N OT T C E A T-Give Joseph Grunz,
a ,New York chef, some spare time and this happens: statuary
called "Nature in Salt" and showing swans, cygnets and a woman.
It appeared at chefs' exposition in Grand Central Palace.
N AZI W A T E R P L A N E-A 700-yard starting rope that's manipulated by a windlass is used
for this amphibian glider, shown in Berlin by its inventor, Jachtmann (above).
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