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October 22, 1933 - Image 12

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CHARGING FULL SPEED ahead and right into the camera, here's Georgia Tech's first string backfield limbering up before the start of one
of their strenuous practice sessions. Left to right are shown Davis, halfback; Galloway, quarterback; Phillips, fullback; and Martin, halfback.
Martin, a sophomore, is developing into a sensation in the southern league, and is a baffling triple threat to Tech's opponents. Keystone View Photo

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A FAVORITE among the sports at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods college is rid-
ing along the many paths that lead through the area surrounding the college.
Above are shown Catherine Bruening, Vera Fullaytar, Frances Courtney, Helen
Moynihan, Capt. Lancaster, riding master, Dorothy Ball, Frances Love, and
Marguerite Reiss.

SCOTLAND'S IMMORTAL BARD is
honored by the Robert Burns Club of
Washington University, St. Louis, and
they have placed this fine image of the
famed poet on their campus. A student
must be a lover of Burns' works to qual-
ify for membership in the organization.

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UP, MEN, AND AT 'EM! And roaring defiance the Alphas and
Angeles Junior College battle one another in their annual mudfest
Milliken is shown with Eddie Epstein, captain of the winning Alph
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HOBO DAY and beards go together for men at South Dakota State College, for
no male student on the campus is allowed to shave for many weeks before the
annual hobo celebration at that institution. These collegians have not shaved
since October 6. This is the only college in the United States to have a Hobo
Day as their homecoming day.

DIXIE'S BEST BAND has the added distinction of having one of
beautiful coeds as its sponsor. Miss Margaret Walker, above left,
heart of the 90-piece University of Kentucky band, and a prominen
on her campus.

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ARKANSAS' QUEEN is Miss Nancy
Yarborough, the pick of University of
Arkansas men from among all co-eds at
the southern institution.

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SENIORS ONLY! And woe betide the underclassman who desecrates the hallowed boards of
the Senior Bench at DePauw University. Here the seniors loll between classes and noon hour
to settle the politics of the campus out of caucus. It is actually at the center of the campus and
is the center of campus life. Some study there, some smoke, some sit and think--and some just
sit. But they must all be seniors!

TWELVE STATES are represented in this group of Monmouth College co-eds, and
they all live in Sunnyside cottage, a dormitory for women at the Illinois institution.
From Massachusetts to Colorado, they have gathered in this one building for the
remainder of the year.

FOOTBALL CHORISTERS! Moleskins and vestments are a matter of we
apparel for Ohio University's "football choristers," Clayton Kessler, left, and F
Both senior linesmen on the varsity eleven, Kessler and Hilbert sing in the un
choir and in an Athens, O., church on Sundays.

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