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September 30, 1941 - Image 8

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PAGE rIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AV. SEPTEMWBER 30. 19t41

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J UB ILANT -- Members of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team let off steam with whoops and yells
in their dressing room at Braves Field, Boston, after defeating the Boston Braves, 6 to 0, to win the Na-
tional League pennant. Pee Wee Reese swings his f eet in the air. Leo Durocher (center right front)
leans back with his arms around team members.

BASEBALL TABLEAU "- To a rabid Brooklyn Dodger fan no
master's canvas could equal this picture in beauty and power, show-
ing as it does the hot-tempered Dodger manager, "Lippy Leo" Duro-
cher in one of his frequent collisions with an umpire. This one is Al
Barlick; it was Umpire George Magerkurth in the Pittsburgh fracas
that cost Leo a $150 fine from Frick.

H E R E 'S T H A T M A N A C A I N-A man definitely not on the University of Louisville foot-
ball team got in on this view of Hugh Wright, Louisville fullback, flying past Hitler-decorated dummy.

D I D N ' T G E T A W A Y-My, my, thinks Stephanie Perske
as she eyes the 286-pound black sea bass caught with a rod and
reel by Sam Rikalo off Santa Catalina Island. The big boy belongs
to the same finny family as little two-pounders caught in lakes.

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NEW RAN K-Brig. Gen.
Frank P. Lahm (abo*e), 63, the
army's first airplane and, balloon
pilot, has been nominated by
F.D.R. to be a major general.
He's a native of Mansfield, Ohio.

HOW' S YOU R AP P E T I T E?-Bread bakedin a Bates
field baker during tests at Fort George C. Meade, Maryland, makes
an appetizing armload for Pvt. LaMarr Starkey, a student baker
stationed at Fort Myer, Virginia. His home is in Mahanoy City, Pa.

C A N' T B E B O T H E R E D--You can just count Sonny
Baumgartneir, 2, among those who DON'T care how the National
League pennant race comes out, but mama, Mrs. C. Baumgartner,
is a Cardinal fan. Sonny slept through a recent game in St. Louis.

PRETTY AS A P I C T U R E-Its columns and dome
bathed in sun, the almost-completed Thomas Jefferson memorial
on the tidal basin in Washington is framed by a part of the orna
mental stone work in a bridge over a nearby canal.

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