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November 19, 1933 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-11-19
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"GRIDIRON SAVING TIME" is the new Wolverine theme song. Four minutes from the first whistle, Fay,
Michigan halfback, scored a touchdown in the Wolverine-Maroon fracas at Stagg Field. He is shown here
being stopped after making eight yards through tackle. Final score: Michigan 28, Chicago 0. Acme Photo

CAMPUS RULERS at Bryn Mawr College, leaders in student activities, are, left to
right: Miss Janet Barber, Miss Sylvia Bowditch, Miss Elinor Collins, Miss Margaret
Collier, Miss Rebecca Wood, and Miss Anne Burnett. Each heads one of the six of
the most important activities of the campus of the Philadelphia institution.
Wide World Photo
UP IN THE AIR and cheering for a Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania touchdown, these six
cheerleaders (shown at the left) are t he
drivers of the machine that pushed Penn's
gridmen to victory this season. Acme Photo

ON P A R A D E! The Army Cadets
parade at the opening of the Yale-Army
game (shown above), while the Sailors
march in their spectacular formation at
Franklin Field before the start of the
Penn-Navy battle. Acme Photo

IT DOESN'T TAKE COAXING to make the
sity tooting section yell when Helen Green and
out in front to lead their classmates in the Ora

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