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November 05, 1933 - Image 10

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CO-ED FOOTBALL! That is what hockey has often been called-at least as it is played by the fairer sex. While the men of Drexel Institute, Philadelphia,
are attacking the tackling dummy, the co-eds of the Pennsylvania institution are out on the hockey field, and here is the 1933 varsity team. Second from the
right is Olga Assante, captain, and in front of her is Josephine Landis, coach.

SCHOLAR, STATESMAN, and EDITOR, Raymond Moley was photographed as
he was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by Baldwin-Wallace Col-
lege, Ohio. Dr. C. W. Hertzler (left), head of the sociology department, and
Frederick Roehm, dean, are shown placing the cap and gown on Dr. Moley.
Keystone View Photo

"THERE'S MUSIC IN THE AIR" an old song goes-and it is put into pi
State College. College, fraternity, and popular songs are played thrice dai
ton Carillon as the students go to their classes.

HORNING IN on another of man's
privileges, Miss Virginia Fellows,
blonde co-ed at Butler University,
brought her big, brass bass horn to
school and demanded a uniform-and
got it!

in N o r t h Carolina HAIL I
football circles, Mid- erine Br
get Verble is the dy- the grad
namic five-footer who versityt
stars at half for Da- lowship
"RAISES" AND "CHUTES" may not mean much to the uninitiated, but vidson College. tution.
to the students at the Michigan College of Mining and Technology it the Col
means that he must spend days underground "shooting" a raise, while -_FIFTEEN YARDS is the usual gain for Halfback Shanahan of the University of Pennsylvania grid warriors. He is shown Winona,
his buddy takes down the data in his field book. The raise is an inclined here rounding theFranklin and Marshall right end for a gain in the opening quarter- of the Keystone grid- battle played in
ore chute in a Michigan iron mine. Philadelphia. Penn won, 9 to 0. ineanami'l-News Photo

[TALY ! Miss Cath-
adshaw will soon join
luate body of the Uni-
of Rome under a fel-
granted by that insti-
She is a graduate of
llege 9f St. Teresa,
Keyptone View Pnot

HERE'S A NEW ONE! Before the annual pants rush between
sophomores at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, they stage a pre
-called a disc race-to get in fighting trim for the later contest. '
pants are girded to their bodies to prevent strippingIn,

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