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November 17, 1920 - Image 5

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MICHIG,

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MICHIG I DAILY

ULUIUIU1I ULI UI
MEETING OF EXECU
kITTEE WILL BE
This week should seet
Control of Athletics reac
regarding the status of
according to Prof. Ralpl
chairman of the board.
Aigler had hoped to ho]
of the executive committ(
but circumstances made
Bible.
Practice preparatory tc
call for candidates is con
ularly at the city Y. M

every afternoon sees new men turn- Rochester-TheUniversity of-Roch-
ing out. the larger number of those i : - ester has raised its standards in
now reporting for practice are fresh- scholarship for graduation. Any work
men, but Coach Drulard expects more Minnesota-Husband and wife were rating below 70 is failing.
Varsity candidates to report, even appointed as instructors in the de- Yale-The Yale Daily News and the
TIVE COX. though it is still necessary for the mea partment of romance languages at Colgate Maroon have joined the East-
HELD to pay for the use of the pool. When the University of Minnesota by spe- ern College Newspaper association.
regular practice begins, which it is cial action of the university board of The Harvard Crimson is expected to
hoped will be next week, it is planned regents. The board broke a precedent join the league in a short time.
to issue tickets to tryouts so that only by so doing.
the Board in those who report regularly will beI Illinois-The dedication of the se-
th a decision ated to repo liDartmouth-Each undergraduate at nior memorial chimes was the most
~h dcisonadmitted to the pool. Dartmouth pays an athletic tax of $10.imrsveceon ofte12
f swimming, Coach -Goldsmith, freshman swim- atot asa tltcxo 1- impressive ceremony of the 1920
h W. Aigler, mi Golsit reshan swim- This admits him to all home games, homecoming celebration at Illinois.
. sa h A rin metis on ding a s of b id and out, bu doesnoy - elargest bell is dedicated to Presi-
Prfssryearlings into form Which promises elude admission to games played at dent James James; the second is
ee last week' .st omition fo temVart this carnival and commencement time. hung in memory of the United States
~elat eeseason. It will be remembered that
this impos- last year's freshman team had little Kansas-The freshmen at Kansas School of Military Aeronautics which
difficulty in defeating the Varsity in university do not have the traditional was established at the university dur-
o the official green caps this year since they de- ing the war. The chimes are the gift
atinuing reg- a dual meet, and Goldsmith hopes to feated the sophomores in the annual of the graduating classes from 1914
. C. A., and repeat the victory this year. "scrap." to 1921.,,

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Nanette saw the, violator creeping towards her, leering, crafty,
powerful. At her call a door crashed in and the cabin thun-
dered with the roar of fight as Neewa, the bear, and Brim-
stone, the dog, plunged to the aid of the girl -and the man
went down beneath the ripping, rending, twiting, crunching
fury of their jaws!

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That fight's a thrill that wasn't equalled even
in 'Back to God's Country"
Roaring Rivers and Fire-Girt Forests'- real men and splen-
did women - beasts of play and beasts of prey! They star-
t tle and delight you .as only one other back'woods dram. ever
did.

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AND WHAT A STORY!

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Picture it! Raoul Challoner with his wife, Nanette, and her baby lost to the
world in their little cabin in God's Great Wilderness-happy in their hiding
place free from law's injustice, their only friends a big black bear and a wolf-
dog. Then comes O'Connor of the North-West Mounted to take them back.
And as man and wife, bear and dog, start down on the trail that leads straight
to the gallows their whole wide world bursts into flame.
A forest fire so real that it staggers you! A battle through so fierce that it
awes you. And a finish so fine that you'll cheer it!

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