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November 29, 1940 - Image 8

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FROM OUT OF THE BLUE---3nce part of a Nazi bombers this pro-
peler sticks up horn-like from a coal shed at Hornchurch, England. Main
part of the plane was 250 yards away.

M A I D S A N D M E N I N M E X I C O-University of Mexico students, bearing banners that
read "Philosophy," "Engineering," etc., took part in a national holiday parade at Mexico City.

SOUTH OF THE BORDER-A Mexican girl in native
garb seems to have charmed U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Josephus
Daniels, who helped dedicate a schoolhouse near Mexico City.
School is memorial to Bronsom Rumsey and Daniel Roosevelt.

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I T S A D U T C H W A R, T O O-Both Dutch men and planes, like these Dutch Fokkers with
Wright whirlwind motors, are helping Britain patrol her shores and escort convoys.

K NO W S T H E AN S W E R --And what is this?" Phil
Miller,-gun expert and trapshoot manager at French Lick Springs.
Ind., seems to be asking his prize setter puppies. And, judging
from the response, the dog gets a grade of "A."

C R ID I R O N " C R IND '-Thanks to a studious friend,
Esther Hunt, Harley McCollun, Tulane U's Alt-American tackle
011939, hopes to throw his scholastic difficulties for a loss. His
grades made him ineligible for play:this year.

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C R I E V E S #N O M 0 R E-Soon after the death by bombing
of his friend, Lydia King, a dancer, the. Sultan of Johore, 67,
married Marcella Mendl (above), 25, a Rumanian, in London.
The sultan is a fabulously wealthy ruler of a Malayan state.

L O O K 0 U T A B O V E-Ability to climb a mile a minute is
credited to above Curtiss Model 21B, shown at St. Louis, Mo.
Four machine guns can fire through propeller discs, and the low-
winged plane carries provision for oxygen equipment.

N E X T ?-speculation con-
cerning next U.S. ambassador to
Great Britain has focused in
some degree on Marshall Field
(above). It is believed that the
present ambassador, Joseph P.
Kennedy, will not return to post
in London.

R O P E T R I C K S-Seamanship for Britain's sailors includes
plaiting of these ropes for use as ship "fenders."

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