THE MICHlIGAN DAILY
BA B Y PL A Y S P E E K A B 0 O--The world being what/#t is right now, one can hardly blame
the baby waliaroo for sticking close to mama. Family is at Fleishhacker zoo, San Francisco.
D 0 U B L E T R 0 U B'L E 0 N T H E. T U R F-Two jockeys in Green Cheese Steeplechase at Belmont Park, N. Y, spilled after
third jump-Jockey A. Bauman (behind his mount) who'd been up on Kiflmalock (5), and Jockey H. Cruz, dumped by Buck Langhorne.
TA N K T E S T-One of the 28-ton M-3 tanks now under mass
production at Chrysler arsenal near Detroit rambles along on its
75-mile test. The 20-foot-long' tank mounts 'four, .30 calibre
machine guns, a .75 mm. cannon and a .37 mm. cannon.
A R C H I V ExS-This is Solon
J. Buck who as new archivist of
the United States will be respon-
sible for the preservation of im-
portant records. He succeeds Dr.
R. D. W. Connor.
M I C K E Y 'S BEST G I R L-Few of the 'other women at
the 21st birthday party of Mickey Rooney, film actor, in Holly-
wood, goo quite the rush this girl did; she s Mrs. Nell Pankey,
Mickey's mother, and a fine dancing pair they were, too.
E Y E S F OR E A C H O T H E RCoyly, Paulette Goddard
a eyed Charles Chaplin during visit to a Hollywood night club.
C. A. R. C H I E F-George
A. Gay (above), 93, of Nashua,
N. H., was elected G.A.R. com-
mander-in-chief at the group's
diamond jubilee encampment in
Columbus, 0. He's an ex-sailor.
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