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October 03, 1933 - Image 10

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More than seventy-five grid candidates
trotted onto the field in response to the
first practice call from Coach Joe McKen-
ney of Boston College. Above photo
shows the boys running onto the new sta-
dium field after receiving equipment where
they went through limbering-up exercises.
International News Photo'

Max Egbert, Creighton University sopho-
more fullback, is rapidly acquiring his own
special rooting section. A second child, a
daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eg-
bert recently in Omaha. Left to right in
the photo are Max, the new baby, Mrs. Eg-
bert Ernest, 2 years old, and Arthur R.
Stark, head football coach at Creighton,
who is already grooming Ernest to fill his
daddy's shoes as a Bluejay fullback some-
time around 1953. By that time the daugh-
ter, not yet named, will probably be queen
of the Prom.

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The ivy-covered Armory at Pennsylvania
State College is one of the outstanding
landmarks on the campus, besides being
one of the oldest buildings at the college.
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Miss Viola Henry, Cornell University co-ed, is shown here with the cup she received
at A Century of Progress for winning the milkmaids' contest. To win the cham-
pionship she milked 16 pounds and six ounces in the three minutes of allotted time.
Keystone View Photo

When students of the Case School of Applied Science,
Cleveland, 0., prepare for a career in engineering, they
have as one of their courses an extensive study of metal-
lurgy. Here students are shown melting a heat of silicon-
bearing brass in the metallurgical department.

One of the oldest college alumni in the United States, Dr.
James S. Barr attended his seventy-fifth class reunion at
Washington and Jefferson college this year. Dr. Barr is
100 years old, and was reported to be in failing health
when his'class reuned in 1883. He was graduated in 1858.

Harvard's famous crew of '83, which trounced Yale, attending the class's 50th reunion, showed it had not forgotten how to pull an oar. Members of the
class of '83 sprinted up the Charles River, Cambridge, Mass., and down again, as friends and relatives cheered. No member of the crew is under 70
years of age.
Keystone View Photo

Miss Jean Frazer, a junior at the University of Oregon, ruled
of the historic Pendleton, Ore, roundup. Miss Frazer is a da
founders of the roundup, which was held for the first time 23

nental German culture, the German department of Middlebury, Vt., College, under the direction of Dr. Ernst Feise of Johns
conducts a six-weeks German school for high school students and training teachers. Above is a group learning a typical

These co-ed members of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh. Pa.. rifle team have competed successfully in
During the winter months this sport is popular with both men and women on the Carnegie campus.

This beautiful fountain adds beauty and color to the University of Texas Campus. This fountain is one of the few of its kind to be found on the campus
of any United States institution.
Paralta Studios Photo,

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