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November 01, 1928 - Image 2

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T"THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEM1E

3ER 1, 1928

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Famed Head Cheerleaders Of Past Days Geology Professor difficult problem of the unusual Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
Po sodune formations on Lake Michigan. $4.00 per year. It's worth i!
Are Asked To Attend Illinois Contest Will Examne Dunes He hopes to make progress in his
investigations during next semester
Letters of inquiry have been sent greatest yell leaders and has been - Prof. I. D. Scott of the geology and next summer. Personal
to Lloyd M. "Whitey" Otis, '13M, the custom in the past, an at- department has been granted leave C R TC R
and Carroll B. "Hap" HaT, 'I?5L, by tempt is being made to have some of absence for the second semester WILLIAMETTE U N IV E RSITY:
T. Hawley Tapping, field secretary ex-cheer leaders to help lead the by the Board of Regents to study An' Independent Women's Associ- Engraved-Printed
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out whether they were attending "Hap," besides being captain of Michigan the town girls and those who live
the Illinois-Michigan tootball game the varsity track team was Otis'professor Scott has for the last at Lausanne. It is not intended 0. D. MORRILL
Saturday, in Ann Arbor. successor as cheerleader and was four years been working during the as a "consolation" society bu, to
"Whitey" Otis, head cheerleader also one of the greatest that the odd times in the summer, on the stress social development. 17 Nickels Arcade
in 1913, was one of Michigan's I University has produced. >:Thp At

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TODAY and
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Clara starts
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PARAMOUNT NEWS
ART AND BEAUTY
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