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November 18, 1928 - Image 11

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A Gripping Spectacle-Half-Nelsons, ham-
merlocks, toe holds, and other grips are turned
out in large quantities by this class in wrestling
which has been snapped in the De Pauw gym-
(The DePauw)

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Two Tough Birds to Hit-Here are the two
leading candidates for All-American fullback
honors from the Middle West. They are Mayes
McLain, (above), the Iowa Indian, and Bronko
Nagurski (below), the iron man of the Iron
Range of Minnesota. McLain is a Cherokee
Indian who made a great name for himself on the
Haskell Indian team of 1926. Nagurski is said
to be a second Joesting and is sometimes called
the Pulverizing Pole. They met in deadly
combat recently, and while Iowa won by the
score of 7 to 6, it was hard to choose which was
the better man of the two on that day.
(Underwood & Underwood)

Gains Highest Honor at Smith-Margaret Palfrey,
of Brookline, Mass., has just been elected president of
the Student Government Association at Smith College.
Students consider this as one of the highest honors an
undergraduate can attain. Even a casual glance shows
that Miss Palfrey has much to recommend her.
(Eric Stahlberg)













Receives Coveted French Decoration-Dr. Samuel
W. Stratton, president of Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, was recently made an officer of the
Legion of Honor of France. He was made a Chevalier
of the Legion of Honor in 1909 because of his great
services to science and mankind and for his work as
founder of, and first director of the United States
Bureau of Standards. The new honors were conferred
on Dr. Stratton by J. C. Joseph Flammand, French
Consul at Boston at a meeting of the M. I. T. faculty.
Born at Litchfield,, Ill., in 1861, he received his degree
of B. S. from the University of Illinois in 1884.
(The Tech-Harris P Ewing)

Gridiron Hero Makes
and Sells Hash-Biff
Hoffman, captain and star
back of the Stanford foot-
ball team, makes hash of
his opponents. He is now
doing this for the third
year, but this is the first
time he has tried to sell it.
He has recently opened a
lunch room and soda foun-
tain in Palo Alto, and he
expects to make money
serving edible hash with-
out cleats. Should Buff's
customers Hooversize
their food?
(Pacific 9 Atlantic)



Three Crimson El Quafis-Which
when paraphrased into everyday
English means that this picture shows
Harvard's best cross-country runners.
From left to right-J. B. Lee, '30;
J. L. Reid, '29 (captain); and Leslie
Flaksman, '29.
(Harvard Pictorial)

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