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October 19, 1941 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1941-10-19

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C I ,I T T E R'-,.Favorite home-
town product of Nashville, Tenn.,
is pretty Dinah Shore, singer,
whio chooses to 'spark1c~ ate this
momnent in a pearl-patterned
light blue dinner dress.

M A R I N E S ' H U T - S U T S 0 N C--U.S. marines who preceded regular U.S. army troops to
Iceland set up these forms to provide huts for the regulars. Marines also finished the huts.


T 0 S E E' !-Never in all her 15 months had Bernice Easley seen such a beast as this,
a. stuffed St. Bernard dog on the midway of Texas "state fair in Dallas.

S P A R K L E.,Elegant jewels
to set off debutantes are ex-
pected at Diamond Ball and
Debutante Cotillion, in Waldorf-
Astoria, N. Y., and social Laurie
Hutch inson (above) is all set.
She has chiffon dress, matching
sapphire,; diamond jewel pieces.

M A T T E R 0 F FtL A T S A N D F A T-it all looks pretty easy-and pretty, too-when the
bicycle-kicking exercise that transforms "fat" to "flat" is being performed by Jane Russell, a movie'
starlet. .She, points out that shoulders must be kept flat on the floor; the idea of the exercise is to.
flatten the stomrix, reduc^ ' U' '!-s, firm. up the calves. R


S T A R T 0Of E M P I R E-Unveiling of Spindletop monument,
-set amid derricks near Beaumont, Tex., on the site of Lucas No. 1 '
a ,usher back in 1901, commemorates the commercial founding of
the Lone Star State's vast oil empire.

L 0 0 K S 0 "K-"Everybody
probably will criticize my
form," remarked the Duke of
Windsor when he golf ed at Elk-.
ridge club in Baltimore. This
was a 200-yard drive from No. 1.

P L A N E C E T S I T S F E E T. W E T 1 N T E X A S--over a 3,300-foot ramp along the hangar line at Randolph Field, Texas,
taxies a basic training Plane that's almost Amphibian thanks to a rainstorm. Randolph is the Armv's "West Point of the Air."

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