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WFT1NEMl XV . hip( F.AIRFE 11, 1910
YOU'D PROBABLY LOOK THIS WAY, TOO - With the draft less than two months old, Uncle
Sam's new army of soldiers still lacks the precision that generals dream about, and this squad at Fort
Ord, Calif., encountered the usual trouble with "Shoulder Arms." /
H E A D A N D H E A R T-If Patsy were her mother, Sylvia
Golden, who writes children's verse, she'd probably do a rhyme
about this headless doll. Instead, she turned her over, for repair
and use in some needy N. Y. child's Christmas stocking.
L E S S 0 N S I N M E R C Y-Capt. Howard C. Jones checks
items in a cold-weather rescue unit, one of several used at the
army's medical field service school at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., to
teach the care of soldiers wounded in battle.
SW A P S E A S ON ON IN B A S E B-A L L-with an eye on next year's pennant, the Brook-
lyn Dodgers have acquired Catcher Mickey Owen (left) from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for
Rookie Pitcher John Pintar' (right), Catcher Gus Mancuso (not shown), and money estimated at from
$65,000 to $75,000. A defensive star, Owen is 23 years old, batted .265 last season.
I N C R E A S E-Production of
army tanks on a large volume
basis, to supply the needs of a
stepped-up defense program, is
the objective of this veteran
machinery expert, E. J. Hunt,
master mechanic who directs
Chrysler's tank project.
NEW MEMORIES FOR A
fallen angel seated on a lion as part
M E M 0 R I A L-British sources identify this bomb-spilled
of a memorial to Colin Campbell in Waterloo Place, London.
P R E T T Y, B U T N O T T O A F I R E M A N-Freezing temperatures may delight a camera
fan but they burden firemen. A meat packing plant blaze at Philadelphia helped ice-coat this chariot.
M U S I C A L B O N D-As one musician to another, Jan Pad-
erewski, Polish pianist-statesman, wishes Marjorie Lawrence,
Metropolitan opera soprano, luck on her N. Y. concert that's a
Bundles for Britain benefit. He also bought tickets.
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