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The Michigan Daily, 1933-11-05
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News in Picture and

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Volume II ANN A14RO . MICHIGAN, SUNflAX', tOVEMAER S , 193:

HEADS TOGETHER in a huddle to plan their next grid campaign
ers of Fordham University's backfield are shown above, namely, M
sky, Pavlicovic, Harlow, Cawling, Sarota, Pepper, and Gallivan.

WHY, HERE'S
ELMER! While the
editor of the Harvard
Lampoon, J. P.
Broadstreet, y a w n s
in the luxury of ease,
Elmer Lampoon, the
janitor, lays aside his
broom to tell us a
thing or two. Mascot
Ibis is looking on.
International News Photo

FOLLOW ME! cries Bill Cherry to the Ohio State University gridders, and
you'll have no trouble diving over that line. Here's one Cherry that cannot
be treed when it comes to pulling stunts to pep up the Hoosier rooters

DUMBEST CRACK of the week is rewarded by
Creighton University lawyers by giving a derby
to the freshman who makes it. Here is Rosemarie
O'Donnell autographing Bernard Vinardi's win-
nings.

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TO AVOID possible Nazi demonstrations, Prof.
Albert Einstein left his liner and entered New York
on a tug. He was en route to Princeton University,
where he will spend the winter in academic seclu-
sion-and research work. Keystone View ftoto

CAMEL'S

COSTLIER TOBACCOS

BOLD, BAD PIRATES invaded the Unive
vania to take part in the ball for new wor
affair sponsored by the women's governme
introduce freshmen to their seniors.

Copyright. 1933,
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company

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