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November 18, 1928 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-18

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Blue Grads to Span Sphere-That's only another way of
saying that John K. Colgate (left), New York City, and Stewart
B. Riley, North Attleboro, Mass., recent graduates of Yale, are
on their way around the world. Their itinerary will take them
to South America, Cape Town, Syria, Persia, China, Japan,
Honolulu, and San Francisco. They will return after ten months
of travel.

Just One Flanagan After Another-Carnegie Tech boasts of
twins on its football team. Latham Flanagan (left), who plays end,
and Thayer Flanagan, a halfback. Both are first string men. They
are brothers of Hoot Flanagan, who was a star on the University of
Pittsburgh eleven from 1921 to 1923.
(Carnegie Tartan-R. P. Hay)
A Muddy, Scoreless
Tie-For the second
-time in two years Cor-
nell and Columbia bat-
tle to a 0to Otie. John-
soni of Cornell is seen
carrying the ball in an
end run during the first
(Wide World)

Flying High at Michigan-An aeroplane view of the beautiful buildings and
grounds at Ann Arbor. The Lawyers Club-a law school dormitory-in the
foreground; the new University Hospital in the right background; the new
Architecture Building in the right foreground. The beautiful hills of the Huron
Valley beyond.


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