Ti tMICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY
JULY 6, 1940
Barney McCosky, Detroit Tiger outfielder, is shown sliding safely into third base just ahead of the
ball after a smash off the center field wall during a doubleheader zwith the Cleveland Indians. Cleveland
Third Baseman Ken Keltner is taking the throw-in. T he Indians won the second game 2 to 1, and Detroit
took the opener 5 to 3, before a record crowd of over 57,000.
Ion Gigurtu (above), a strong
pro-German sympathizer, has been
named premier of Rumania in a
move interpreted as a supreme bid
by King Carol for German support.
This picture of Wendell Willkie,
Republican presidential candidate,
wearing his glasses, was made at
a press conference in New York at.
which he said the main domestic
issue of the campaign would be
the New Deal philosophy.
Adolf Hitler (foreground, in light topcoat) is shown as hestalked through some of the Maginot Line
fortresses in the upper Rhine region. In background is a ruined bridge. At right is one of the pillboxe,
showing some of the scars of battle. T his photo was radioed from Berlin to New York.,
Dan Topping, wealthy New York sportsman, is shown kissing his
bride, the former Sonja Henie, ice skating and film star, after their
marriage in Chicago. While their names had been linked romantically
for some time, Topping and Miss Henie became engaged just at week
prior to their marriage.
U. S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler (left) is shown on the platform
of the national Townsend convention in St. Louis with Dr. Francis E.
Townsend (right) who told his followers he would not support any
presidential candidate not pledged to keep this country from war.
Wheeler has announced that his name will be placed in nomination
for President at the Democratic national convention.
In The Majors
St. Louis ........
Boston 9. Washington 4
Chicago 10. St. Louis 8
Philadelphia 6, New York 3
(Only games scheduled).
New York ........
St. Louis .......-