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November 25, 1928 - Image 10

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A Close Struggle for Lower
Class Honors-Colgatesoph-
omores defeat freshmen in a
close struggle in the annual
underclass rush. The score
was 152 to 151. Senior society
men-wearing white and
black hats-are acting as
score keepers.
(Colgate Maroon)

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Guide Activities of Junior Class at Harvard
-These are the officers of the class of 1930.
Left to right-J. N. VanHitch, secretary and
treasurer; W. R. Harper, president; J. E. Bar-
rett, vice president. Harper is first-string full-
back and Barrett is a tackle on the Crimson
eleven. (Harvard Crimson)

"Keep Off The Grass"-Evidently tread-
ing on forbidden greensward is a passion
with Smith undergraduates for here we have
a group of determined looking young women
who are known as "Grass Cops." We won-
der just what the qualifications are which go
to make a successful "Grass Cop."
(Eric Stahlberg)

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This Harvard Grad Once Wrote a Check for
$146,000,000.00-And it was good. May we
introduce Clarence Dillon-known as the Baron
in his undergraduate days-head of Dillon, Read
and Company, and a power in Wall Street. He
received his A. B. from Harvard in 1905. After
several successful business ventures, he became
a member of the firm of William A. Read and
Company in 1916, and in 1919 he was elected
president. He wrote the famous cheque men-
tioned above when he headed the syndicate which
bought Dodge Brothers three years ago.
(Underwood & Underwood)

Where Great Engineers Sprout Their Wings-The
striking campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology
on the Charles River at Cambridge. Laboratories, class-
rooms, library, infirmary, and administration offices sur-
round the Great Court (left center). The foundry, power
house, and new aeronautical building may be seen in the
background. At the lower right are the gymnasium,
dining hall, activity offices, dormitories, and president's
residence. (Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Inc.)

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Lions Show Their Heels to Cross-Country Rivals-For the past two years the Penn State harriers have been
intercollegiate champions. This year's team-shown here-expects to hold the title safely. Bill Cox, the captain, has
won the individual honors twice. Dick Detweiler won the I. C. A. A. A. A. freshman title last year-making two
individual champions on the same team. Left to right-Detweiler, Robinson, Pettit, Kavolick, Rekers, King, Captain

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