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November 18, 1928 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-18

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Teaches English with an Authentic Accent-Miss Eglan-
tyne Jebb, of Birmingham, England, a new-comer in the
English department at Wellesley. She is not wearing a Doug
Fairbanks beret. That's a trick cap which is given away with
certain English academic degrees.
(Wide World)

Harvard Men Practice Plane Living-Harvard has an aviation
club of fifty students with headquarters at the airport in East
Boston. R. B. Bell, of New York City, is president of this club of
embryonic "Lindys." In this photograph some of the club mem-
bers are tuning up their plane before taking a practice flight.
(Pacific & Atlantic)

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Northwestern Junior is Hon-
ored-Warne H. Clancy, advertis-
ing manager of the Northwestern
Daily, has just been appointed to
the National Executive Council of
Delta Upsilon. He is one of the
two undergraduates from the
United States to be elected to the
governing body of this fraternity.
This is an unusual honor since it is
the first time in fifteen years that a
junior has been given a seat in this
council.
(Daily Northwestern)

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The New in College Architectural Styles-
The Arthur Jordon Memorial Hall at Butler
University in Indianapolis, Ind. Butler oc-
cupies a high rank among the smaller univer-
sities, and has excellent buildings and grounds.
(Butler Collegian)

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"Life is Just One Long, Hard Pull, Boys!"-Showing University of Alabama
boys preparing for the problems of life. This is the annual tug-of-war between the
"Shysters" (law students) and the "Quacks" (medical students). A non-combatant
is responsible for the hose.
(Orville Rush)

Columbia Senior
Class Sponsor-
Odette Myrtle of the
White Lilacs Com-
pany, as sponsor of
the Class of '29, re-
ceiving the official
welcome from Victor
Glenn, class president.
(International
Newsreel)

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The Four Mules of the Army-like the Four Horsemen of
Notre Dame-will go down in football history. Left to right:
Bill Nave, quarterlack; John Murrell, fullback; Christian K.
Cagle, and Charles Allan, halfbacks.
(International Newsreel)

THE MNTHIIOL
HOREHOUND
Look for the funny fat man on the Red Bow
ThroatTickle-Stop
it at once with a
Bunte Cough Drop.
Refreshes and
soothes the tender
tissues of the throat.
BUNTE BROTHERS Chicago
Eat. 1876
Makers of World Famous Candies
MENTHOL-HOREHOUND
COUGH DRO N

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