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October 28, 1928 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-10-28

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A Movie Star's Daughter Mops Up. This dainty tar is
Miss Frances Rich, of Los Angeles, daughter of Irene Rich,
the well known and stately moving picture actress. This
was snapped on the Smith College campus where Miss
Rich is a popular undergraduate. It looks like a property
mop to us.
(Underwood and Underwood)

117,000 Fans See Notre Dame-Navy Grid Clash in Chicago. Chevigny
of Notre Dame making an end run in the second quarter of game against
Navy in Soldier Field, October 13. The largest crowd ever to attend a football
game turned out to witness this colorful intersectional struggle.
(Pacific and Atlantic)
(Below) Don't Ponder Any Longer. The one wearing the blanket is the goat.
(Pacific and Atlantic)

Seeks Success Where Missionaries Failed. To gather
material for his Doctor's thesis on anthropology, 23-year-
old Cornelius Osgood of the University of Chicago will live
for fifteen months in the desolate Great Bear Lake region
beyond the Arctic Circle and attempt to win the confi-
dence of the weird Hareskin Indians. Two missionaries
were murdered by these Indians in 1912. A Northwest
mounted policeman brought the murderers back to jus-
tice. The only other white men to penetrate the country
were the famous Arctic explorers, Steffanson and his
companion, D'Arcy Arden. (Underwood and Underwood)

Prizes for the best action
and still picture published
each week.
We pay for all pictures

Prominent in Yale Activities.
Joseph E. Lowes, Jr., of Dayton, Ohio,
known as Joe in New York, New
Haven and points north, such as
Northampton. He is a member of Chi
Psi, business manager of the Yale
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