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November 11, 1928 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-11

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Where Young and Beautiful Girls
Study Old and Beautiful Books-
The tower of the library of Vassar Col-
lege at Poughkeepsie, New York.
(Underwood and Underwood)


He Says He Was Hit
With a Sky-Rocket -
And he sticks to the story.
This is Forrest (Jap)
Douds, tackle of Wash-
ington and Jefferson, who
recently had his upper
jawbone broken in an odd
accident. This special
mask and helmet was de-
signed by Andy Kerr,
coach of the team.
(Underwood and

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A Mule (Not White) With A Kick --The West Point
Cadet's annual parade in the Yale bowl before the
game is a sight worth seeing. This year the parade
continued after the start of the game with a cadet
named Cagle exhibiting some fancy maneuvers for
the 80,000 onlookers.
(International Newsreel)
Trojan Sophomores Win Annual Brawl-The class of 1931 wins
annual brawl between the two lower classes on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Southern California by 2 to 0. The push-ball contest pictured
here resulted in a tie. It was full of fight but neither team was able to
make any appreciable gain.
(Pacific and Atlantic).




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Typifies Fighting Spirit of
Penn State Lions - Hugo
Bezdek, director of athletics
and football coach of Penn
State College. At one time
Bezdek managed the Pitts-
burgh baseball team in the
National League. He is a
graduate of the University of
Chicago where he starred at
fullback. When he hit the
line, something gave 'way.
One glance at his face shows
that he did not.
(Penn State Collegian)

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Crimson Candidates Propel Leviathan Shell-The
freshmen at Harvard get autumn crew practice under
the vigilant eye of Coach Bert Haines. The Leviathan
ships twenty oars and the runway gives the coach an
excellent chance to study the form of the candidates.
It is really a floating classroom.
(Pacific~ and Atlantic)

Chicago Dedicates Stately New Chapel-
This beautiful building-costing $2,000,000-is
said to be one of the finest examples of pure
Gothic architecture in the world. It is the gift of
the Rockefellers. It was dedicated recently to
the spirit of good will in religion regardless of
creed or sect. It has a seating capacity of 2,000.



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