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November 19, 1950 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1950

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S W E E T M U S I C - A German youngster fingers a toneless piano, made of sugar, at Berlin
exhibition where city's leading confectioners put their works on display.

FILM . H O R.S E S SHOW TRICKS OF TRADE - American Humane Associ-
ation members watch six-horse "runaway" wagon perform during association's Los Angeles conven-
tion. There's actually a driver in the wagon with reins controlled through a. slot in front of the
vehicle. Object of the exhibition was to show association members that film animals are treated kindly.

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R E D A N N I V E R S A R Y I N C H I N A -Pictures of Mao Tze-Tung, Communist China's
boss, were much in evidence in Peiping parade on first anniversary of Mao's regime. Picture was ob-
tained by Eastfoto, New York picture agency, from China Photo Service is Red-held Peiping.

K A Y O I N G A- P IL L BOX --M/Sgt. Ray C. Smith of Los Angeles uses a blazing flame
thrower and a white phosphorus hand grenade to show how~to knock out pill boxes. Demonstration.
took-place during maneuvers by 40th Infantry Division at Camp Cooke, Calif.

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TO P S I N T O W N -..- Ironworker Andrew Vernon gets overhead view of New York's famous
skyline as he adjusts temporary television antenna atop Empire State Building. In center with spire
is the Chrysler Building. In background is the East River.

RIVER CROSSING-FRENCH ARMY STY L E Recruits at French army
camp in Montlhery, near Paris, crawl along cables strung to simulate a river crossing.

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O N T A R G E T-Smith College archers pose in Northampton,
Mass. L. to R.: Susan D'arrah, East Orange, N. J.; May Collacott,
Mentor, O.; Peggy Bond, Wilmette, Ill.; Pat Kelley, Mt. Vernon, Ind.

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