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October 29, 1933 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-10-29
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FIFTEEN YARDS were covere
lege during the game played wit
tory over the Kentuckians, who i
shown are (left to right) Bartlet
BEST SOLDIER at Rutgers University, Cadet Colonel Philip H. Spitzhoff was awarded the Daughters of '
the American Revolution medal by Mrs. Frank B. Whitlock at the 42nd annual field day of the Rutgers
R. O. T. C. unit, which was given excellent rating by the War Department. fgp

COLLEGIATE DIGEST

d by Tommy Blake after this picture was taken before he was stopped by Centre Col-
h Boston College in Boston. Blake's playing resulted in Boston's one touchdown vic-
nvaded the east in one of the opening games on their schedule. The other players
t, Anderson. Captain Maloney, and Boyd. International News Photo

A QUARTET OF COLLEGE PRESIDENTS were listed among the sixty representatives of ne
lege in the country attending the celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Hav
Left to right: Dr. Ida L. Comstock, of Radcliffe College; Dr. Marion Edwards Park, of Bryn May
Ellen F. Pendleton, of Wellsley College; and Dr. Mary E. Wooley, of Mt. Holyoke College.

THE "FIGHTING HUNDRED", the University of Michigan's 100-piece band, took the field for its first game this fall under the baton of a new drum
major, Donald A. Strouse, shown at the right above. The band is shown standing at attention in front of the Michigan stands, playing the famous Wol-
verine song "The Yellow and Blue." The unit gave concerts at the World's Fair in connection with the Michigan-Chicago football game.

CAMPUS DAY activities which took place at Hood College
in part by this group of seniors at the Frederick, Md., institu
right are: Sara Baish, Mary de Lashmutt, Esther Brittain, pr
class, Carolyn Shepard, and Sarah Maurer.

NEW HEAD COACH at Iowa State Teach-
ers College, John Baker, famed Trojan All-
American, is having unusual success with his
Purple Panthers.
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Application for copyright October 80, 1933 by
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BROTHER OF AN ALL-AMERICAN, Roald Amund-
sen Morton, Dartmouth College halfback, is endeavor-
ing to equal the record of Bill Morton during this year's
Big Green football season. Bill was the Dartmouth star
of two seasons ago.

CO-ED MEMBERS of Theta Phi sorority on
Cortland, N. Y., State Normal have been awa
Wickwire scholarship trophy for their high sc
ments. Above are shown Mabel Jones, left, and
man with the trophy which is awarded each yea

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