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November 12, 1941 - Image 8

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I THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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N U R S E-Bikes are used by
Russian medical nurses such as
this girl, serving in the field
about besieged Moscow. The let-
ters on the kit stand for the
U.S.S.R. in Russian.

V I S IT OQR S FROM M EXICO-Native costumes strike
a gay note for this view of Dr. Victor Manuel Oropeza of Puebla,
Mexico, and his daughter Juana, 6 years old. They were at Louis-
ville attending the Pan-American homeopathic congress.

B U I L D- U P F O R A S A D L E T - D O W N-Trustingly the turkeys at Limberg's farm at Latham, N. Y., approach Olive
Sammonds (left) and Gloria Kronowitt, little dreaming of their fate. Thirty-two states observe Nov. 20 as Thanksgiving; 16, Nov. 27.

W H E A T ST A R TrS T O W A R D S WIT Z E R L A N D-Bucket by bucket, wheat destined
for neutral Switzerland is loaded into a freighter on the Tagus in Lisbon, Portugal. To reach the tiny
inland country, the wheat goes by boat to Genoa, Italy, and thence is sent by rail to Switzerland,
special agreements for this procedure having been reached by the countries involved.

N E W'C O M E R-Burnet R.
Maybank (above) 'is the new
senator from South Carolina,
completing unexpired term of
formers Sen. James F. Byrnes,
now supreme court justice.

'LEG ART' IN HORS EY Y CI R C L E S-with 2 slight bow to a certain movie actress,
Whitinsville, this two-year-old bay gelding, received the Marlene Dietrich trophy for the "horse with
the most perfect legs" at Pascoag Park, Rhode Island. The proud owner is Benjamin F. Lister (above),
sportsman from Providence, R. I.,The jockey on this happy occasion is L. Laurin.

H E R O' S R E W A R D-Heroism displayed by Pvt. Frederick
Gislain of Merced, Calif., who pulled a drowning fellow trooper
out-of a lake at midnight, despite danger from the horse's hoofs,
brought him a citation by Lt. Col. Frederick Herr of the 11th
Cavalry at Campo, Calif. Gislain also brought out the horse.

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