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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 29, 1940

JAGE SIX SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1940

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Four U.S. warships are shown in the harbor of Rio de Janeiro during a friendly call. Right to left: Cruisers Wichita, Quincy and Destroyers Walke (foreground) and Wainwright.
Most visitors coming to Brazil pass through towered buildin g, home of Brazil Touring Club.

Joking and in good humor, Secretary of Agriculture Henry A.
Wallace and Postmaster General James A. Farley (left) are shown
at the White House just before Wallace announced that he planned to
resign or take a leave of absence without pay as soon as he begins active
campaigning for the vice-presidency on the Democratic ticket.. Farley
is also expected to quit the cabinet to take control of the New York
Yankees.

These four golfers weathered the third and fo';rt h round matches in the National Public Links Tourna-
ment at Detroit and were paired in the 36-hole semi- finals. They are (left to right) Michael Dietz, De-
troit; Robert Clark, St. Paul; Edward J. Furgol, Utica, N. Y.; and Roy Dolce, Denver. Clark defeated Dietz
to take the title yesterday.

This looks like a deliberate snub, by shirt-fronted penguins in
Santa Catalina park.

Pals in an instant were this baby chick and Nancy Ann Berry, 6,
when the girl visited the International Baby Chick association con-
vention in St. Louis. Her home is in Quincy, Ill.; the chick's is unde-
termined.

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To troubled Martinique, French
West Indies island in the Carib-
bean, goes V. Harwood Blocker
(above) as U.S. Consul. He for-
merly was at Mexico City.

Fur-bearing an'mals are in for the supreme sacrifice, judging from
the current emphasis on fur fashions. In this natural lynx worn by
Olivia de Haviland, crepe sections at sides and under arms prevent
bulkiness.

Gen. Douglas MacArthur (above),
.former chief-of-staff of the U.S.
Army, now heads a military mis-
sion to the Philippines and as a
marshal in the Philippine army is
active in strengthening that coun-
thy's defense program.

1940's dizzy paces shames this type of steam engine, granted a U.S. patent in July, 1837, and now in the
Washington office. The girl is Leonore Howe, of Fairfax, Va.

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