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November 25, 1928 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-25

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Lw ivan



Editor, Kenneth G. Patrick


Business Manager, Edward L. Hulse



He Did It In Two Weeks-
Joe L. Bennett, of Urbana,
Illinois, is the best whisker
grower at the University of Illinois.
He raised the aforesaid beard
quickly and efficiently-for which
feat does he deserve any credit?
(PacificP Atlantic)




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Class Presidents Shine as Athletic Stars-Here we have the
chief executives of three upper classes at Northwestern Uni-
versity Justin Dart (left)-senior class-is an outstanding
figure. He has been a guard on the football team for three
seasons, and a member of the track team for two seasons-win-
ning the hammer throw in the Big Ten championships last
spring. He is president of the "N" Men's Association and a
member of Beta Theta Pi. Walter Colbath (center) heads the
juniors, and he is also captain of the swimming team. Twice
has he won the national intercollegiate diving championship.
He also shows speed in the forty yard swim and on. the relay
team. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Frank Baker
(right) is president of the sophomore class. He has gained dis-
tinction by his work at end on the football team and tlad a
remarkable prep school record. He is a member of Phi
Kappa Psi. (John D. Jones)


Along the Midway in Chi-
cago-An aeroplane view of
the campus of the University
of Chicago. The Midway is
a beautiful double drive bou-
levard, and the university
buildings may be seen to the
left of it. Eventually build-
ings will line both sides of
this drive.
(Aerial Photographic Service, Inc.)


eful Gesture-When Cecil Rhodes left a large sum of money to
s for outstanding American students at Oxford University, he forged
iain of British-American friendship. Here we have a notable group
e American Trust Fund for Oxford University Which has been estab-
an Association of Rhodes Scholars. Left to right-seated-Franklin
of the association, and J. Stewart Baker, president of the Bank of
y, in whose office this photograph was taken. Standing-John W.
candidate for president in 1924; J. G. Scott, British consul in New


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