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April 05, 1939 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-04-05

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4,
Floor Spin
Robert Mathers of Cornell
University whirls Joseph
Oloss of Lehigh Univer-
'I sity to win the 121 -pound
match in the annual East-
em Intercollegiate wrest-
University of Wisconsin's Milton Padway
(above) soared 14 feet, I % inches to set a
new indoor pole-va ultin ~ record at the an-
meet, while Robert Sears
oint, performed many spec-
Hazel Trotter, junior home economics student at South Da- tacular stunts to win the paraUel bar event in
kota State College, won top honors in the cow milking con- the Temple-Army gymnastic meet. Acme
test held as part of the college's annual Little International _______________________________________
stock show. CoIIeg.dte Vi9est Phomo by Syverud
Wici
Look al
of Dou~
Miner's Lamp Is Crown Dead Eye Davey Scorns Pro Career Acme
Mary McCrae is the first daughter of an Davey O'Brien, former Texas Christian University quarterback,
alumnus of the Missouri School of Mines would rather spend his time making future O'Briens out of
to be elcted St. Pat's queen for the miners' youngsters attending Texas Country Day school where he has
annual celebration. accepted a position as coach, than cash in on his football glory.
Youth Experiment Proves Successful No. I U. S. Isolationist Tells Collegians His Plan
Major General Smedley Butler, former commander of the marines, told the
Southern Illinois tate Normal University has a cooperative, self ~ conference on the American foreign policy at Wesleyan University that he'd
see to it that James Roosevelt son of the P resident and a lieutenant-colonel
in the marines, would hght in t~e front line trenches "if his father starts another
oney and attendclasses made available by the university. The 4 ~.4
classes prepare them for future study, an opportunity which war . Acme
many would not have had because of their limited early school-

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