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May 02, 1943 - Image 18

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The Michigan Daily, 1943-05-02

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This plane's eye-view of the battle shows how the fleets are dispersed fc
fighting. Students are measuring the distance between units to estimate fir(
power damage. The "admirals" spend much time studying actual battles an
nlannina strateav.

This synthetic sea scene for the benefit of camera fans among Harvard's medical
students is the work of Dr. George Deering. He uses table salt to counterfeit the ship's
wake and cotton for bomb bursts. Presto! A worship under attack from the air.

Two originators of the sea-fighting fad, Dr. Douglas Robinson (left) and Willi
Davis built the first scale battleships. They own more than 200 models that c
used in the nightly "war." Note that fleets consist of cargo vessels as well

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