SOMEONE BLUNDERED, and the next thing the University of Washington football varsity knew, they were out
in a shell on Lake Washington, Seattle. So they rowed for a first down and punted back to the boathouse. Jay
Hornbeak, quarterback, at the stroke oar, thinks rowing's pretty soft, but warns, "Wait until we get the crew on the
ten-yard line. "
FIRST FOOTBALL UPSET of 193! Striking fast when a break of the game put them in pos-
session of the ball twenty yards fro; the goal, Santa Clara's Broncos scored a 7 to 0 victory over
the Golden Bears of California to strt the 1933 season. A record for opening-game crowds was
set, when more than 60,000 pasised trough the gates of the Berkeley stadium.
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ANOTHER OF THE SEAFARING ROOSEVELTS takes to the water. This tir
Delano, Jr., shown here at stroke on the Harvard University crew at the Newell bo
fore starting out for a practice spin on the Charles River with the frosh. Franklin -
at Harvard. He was a varsity tackle at Groton, but has taken up crew at Harvard be
more time for his academic duties. Intern
THEY'RE SEEING DOUBLE at Temple University. Instructors and students, at the Philadel-
phia institution "look before they speak" for the simple reason that seven sets of twins have enrolled
there. From left to right they are: Pauline Roome, Frances Roome, Sylvia Reider, Rose Reider,
Reba Murphy, Henry Murphy, Charlotte Harvey, Frances Harvey; Agnes Bernabei, Dorothy Bern=
abei, Gifford Taylor, Jack Taylor, Nathan Briskin, and Isadore Briskin.
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"NO RACKET ALLOWED!" Whether or not that's the meaning of the
NRA motif in which these co-eds at Cortland, N. Y., Normal School have
decorated their room, they will certainly use it to good advantage when
"quiet hours' are violated by their sorority sisters.
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THREE PAIR! Enrollment at Northwestern University went up by twos when these three
sets of twins registered at the Evanston, Ill., institution this fall. Dr. Walter Dill Scott, pres-
ident, gave them a special welcome. Left to right: Warner and Walter Brandenburg, Dr.
Scott, Geraldine and Lydia McGraw, and James and John Luke.
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ONE-TWENTIETH OF A SECOND is all the time that is needed for this new ser
perform its automatic control of industrial processes. This unusually fast and accura
many possible applications, from the automatic control of industrial machines to the
scopes. It was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, by Dr. H. L.