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November 04, 1928 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-04

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Wellesley Oarswomen Take Fall Practice. At least one eight-
oared crew from each class at Wellesley recently took to the water
for Fall rowing practice. The crews work out on Lake Waban under
the personal direction of Miss Josephine Rathbone, of Newark, New
Jersey, the new rowing coach. _

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"On a Tricycle Built for Two." Helen Woods (left) and
Suzanne Kearsley dig into the pre-bellum past for a tricycle
upon which to participate in the annual women's hi-jinx at
the Los Angeles branch of the University of California. It is
said that these jinx get higher and higher every year.
(International Newsreel)


The Oldest Baptist Seminary-Eaton Hall, the home of the theo-
logical seminary of newly merged Colgate-Rochester Divinity School at
Hamilton, New York.


From Breaker Boy to Col-
lege President. Dr. Herman
Schneider, acting president
of the University of Cin-
cinnati, is an outstanding
figure in the academic world.
He offers rare combination of
engineer, scientist, educator,
and administrator.
(J. Anthony Bill)
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Great Medical Center Dedicated. Ceremonies dedicating the new Columbia Uni-


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