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November 25, 1928 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-25

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The Original Building of a Great College
-The stately Administration Building of
Washington and Jefferson College at Wash-
ington, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1795
and was the original building of old Wash-
ington College. (The Red and Black)





Certainly Not, Boys, That's a Real Rifle-And Miss
Adela Hale, captain of the girls' rifle team of the Univer-
sity of Kansas, can use it effectively when the occasion
requires. In her first year on the rifle team she turned in a
perfect score. That was three years ago-so you can see
how good she must be now. Miss Hale comes from Hutch-
inson, Kansas. (Pacific & Atlantic)


Giving Berlin the Once Over-Andrew Guvenall,
Quincy, Illinois (left), and Newton Nesmith, Wood-
stock, Illinois-graduates of Northwestern University
-are touring the world, using a motorcycle and some
ships (on account of the great quantity of water).
Here we see the intrepid travelers at the famous
Brandenberg Gate on their arrival in Berlin. They
have visited Holland, Germany, and Switzerland.
(Pacific * Atlantic)


Win Sophomore Scholar-
ship Honors at Wisconsin
-Donald Meiklejohn (above)
and Bonnie Blanch Small
have received the grade of
"Excellent" in every course
they have taken during their
first two years, and, as a re-
sult, they led the list of soph-
omore honor students.
Meiklejohn is a son of Dr.
Alexander Meiklejohn, for-
merly president of Amherst,
and now professor of phi-
losophy and head of the new
experimental college at Wis-
consin. Donald Meiklejohn
has won his letter at hockey
and tennis.
(De Longe)



An Alabama Honor Man
-Lewis Smith, of the Uni-
versity of Alabama, in addi-
tion to being student presi-
dent, and a member of Phi
Beta Kappa, is a leader in
nearly every phase of cam-
pus. life. He probably has
more honors than any stu-
dent who has attended that
institution in the past five
years. He is a junior
(Orville Ruah)

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