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November 04, 1928 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-04

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Leads Crimson on Gridiron. A. E. French, a member of
the senior class, is captain of the Harvard football team.
French is prominent in many campus activities. He is a mem-
ber of the Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770, of the Pi Eta
Club, a track letterman, and-last but by no means least-
president of the Student Council.
(Harvard Pictorial)

"Dogs For Defense-Nothing For Tribute"-A group of Smith Col-
lege students and their famous "man-eating" dogs. It is said that these
members of the canine intelligentsia are trained to bark at men only. The
dogs are in the foreground. Left to right-Frances Rainey, Bobbie Con-
nelly, Eleanor Reed. Sitting-Betty Roys, Helen Sanderson, and Abbie
Beldew. We understand a well trained dog is worth thousands and thou-
sands of dollars. (Underwood and Underwood)

(Bachrach-Carnegie Tartan)

E town athletic field.-

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