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VOLUME 39 PART 2 Editor, Kenneth G. Patrick ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1928 Business Manager, Edward L. Hulse]

NUMBER 49

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Do the Tassels Tear in the
Tussle?-You may believe it
or not, but these are members
of the Harrow football team
in the tight little isle of
Britain. "Do they play soccer
or rugby?" we asked both the
Underwood boys, but neither
knew. We know full well
that they do not play the
American style in that rega-
lia. Well, anyway they are
all dressed up and they must
play something or other.
(Underwood 9 Underwood)

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Stiff Arming Spirit Tacklers-John
(Coop) French is quarterback of the
Penn State eleven. He is a brother of
Walter French, a star on the Philadel-
phia American League baseball team.
(Penn State Collegian)

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Who Will be The Purple Queen?
-Each year The Syllabus, the
student annual of Northwestern
University, conducts a contest to
determine the five most beautiful
girls-the Queens of the campus. It
is our privilege to reproduce-and
yours to view-the likenesses of two
of the leading candidates of pulchri-
tudinous honors-Jane Olson (left)
and Katherine Chase. Miss Olson,
'29, prominent in athletics and
school committee work, is president
of the Pan-Hellenic Council. Last
year she was May Queen and a
member of the Syllabus staff. She
is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Miss Chase, '29, carries the distinc-
tion of being the first woman editor
of Scrawl, the Northwestern liter-
ary magazine. She is a member of
Alpha Xi Delta.
(Northwestern Daily)

A Great Leader and a Great Dane-The
great leader is Captain Arthur French, of the
Harvard football team, and the great Dane is
Queen, the team's mascot. Vic Kennard, a
marvelous kicker in the dim Crimson past,
presented Queen to the team as this season's
mascot. -It was once considered funny to
point out the dog, but, as this publication
reaches only the intelligentsia or thereabouts,
that is not necessary.
(International Newsreel)

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Colgate Students Remember Me-
morial Chapel-Chapel attendance
is still compulsory for four days a
week, and, while -the faculty allows
fifteen cuts each semester, the zealous
Senior Governing Board frowns on
the absent ones if they are in town.
Student meetings and football pep
rallies are allowed twice a week-so
you can see things are not so bad,
after all. (Colgate Maroon)

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"Just a Student Prank, My Dear!"-No one is really dead.

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