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October 11, 1941 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. OC

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NEWS

RENOLD'S FIFTH -- Here are Sen. Robeit R. Renolds, 57, of
14orth Carolina, and his bride, the former Evalyn McLean, 19,
Washington heiress, just after their marriage at the palatial Wash-
ington estate of the bride's mother, Mrs. Evalyn W. McLean, owner
of the famous Hope diamond. The marriage was the Senator's
fifththe bride's first.

N A V Y C A P T A I N--Shorts-clad because of heat at the
Navy's first football workout .n Annapolis, Robert S. Froude of
San Bernardino, Cal., watches his team-mates. Froude, the Navy's
captain, plays end; he's 23 and weighs 175 pounds.

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PAT R IOT IC PUGILIST - Joe Louis (left) whn expects to be in the Army soon, listens closely as Lieut.
Richard Lynch (pointing),explains-that this-1905 field piece in front of Camp Grant, ll., headquarters
is used for morning and sunset salutes. Grouped around the heavyweight boxing champion are a few
of the camp's thousands of soldiers. Louis opened his exhibition tour of Army camps at Camp Grant.

FLEES PANAMA - Arnulfo
Arias (above), Nazi-minded Pres-
ident of Panama, fled to a Cuban
exile a few hours after his cabinet'
banned the arming of U.S. ships
under Panama registry. After
Ernesto Jaen Guardia served for
a few hours as provisional presi-
dent, Ricardo Adolfo de'la Guard-
ia was sworn in as president.

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G R A N D P A A T 3 3-Passing out cigars, Frank Alessandro,
33, of Rochester, claims to be youngest grandfather in New York
state, since the birth of Samuel Fasone, Jr., Aug. 10. The boy will
benbaptized Sept. 14, just before mother's 16th birthday.

L E F T H I S M A R iK-A mere 40,000,000 years 'ago a rhi-
noceros made footprints that have just turned up in this 600-pound
sandstone slab unearthed in the Hat Creek basin near Lusk. Wyo..
by a paleontological field party of the Philadelphia Academy of
Natural Sciences. The "rhino" is now extinct, say scientists. Left
to right at the slab are Jon Dixon and Edwin Davis.

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