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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1940

I A Private cessary to meeting expanding needs. The Regular Army service need not be temporary, but a permanent career. "Soldiers and officers of the Regular Army are almost continually going to school themselves, to thoroughly know their own jobs, or teaching others to be better soldiers. A modern army is so complex it needs many special ists, experts, and mechanics in practically every trade, craft, or profession known in civil life." stration 1,800 Students Will Enroll In Armory On October 16 The College will conduct its own draft registration for undergraduates and graduate students in the Armory on the October 16 registration day, a specially organized committee was told toy President Hetzel yesterday morning. The registration has been approved by the Centre County commissioners and will relieve students of the necessity of going home to register. The commissioners later will forward the registration cards to the students' home districts where they will be handled b...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1940

, Junior Editorial Board—John A. Baer '42, R... Helen Gordon '42, Ross B. Lehman '42, William J. McKnight '42, ftlic* M. Murray '42. Pat _Nagolberg '42, Stanley J. PoKemr_* ner '42. Jeanne C. Stiles '42.... , Junior Business Board—Thomas W. Allison '42, Paul M. Goldberg '42, James E. HcCaughey '42. T. Blair Wallace •42, Margaret L. Embury '42, Virginia Ogden '42, Fay E. Eees '42. UMN AUT TIME 10 THINK ABOUT THOSE NEW FALL SUITS AND TOPCOATS Yes, students, those cold football weekends dre. on the way, Be ready to . enjoy the exciting contests in well-dressed _cdmfbrt. Stop hi at Smith's today. You'll be amazed at the prices ... . all clothing is Tailor-made and at no extra price. You'll also find that, .our merchandise is of the . highest quality and the latest style arid design. Look over our sairiples today. CLEANINGPRESSINGREPAIRING SMITH'S TAILOR SHOP NEXT TO.POSTOFFICE THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, establ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1940

The Penn Stale Players Present "Margin for Error" A DAD'S DAY SPECIAL Schwab Oct. 5, Tickets 75c STUDENT UNION For Dad's Day ORDER NOW There is nothing that will please dad quite so much as some little, useful remembrance. Give him a real manly gift so that Dad will always remember Penn State. CIGARS CANDIES PIPES CIGARETTES "MIX WITH ATHLETES AND COACHES" GRAHAM & SON ESTABLISHED 1896 And in the future... DAD'S DAY ALUMNI WEEKEND PLEDGE DANCES (WEN DANCE TEMPLE WEEKEND HOUSEPARTY Neat Appearance These All Demand A HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED In Case of Emergency, Use Out Same Day Service PHONE 3461 STATE COLLEGE UNDER THE CORNER LEWISTOWN PARK BOB CHESTER and His Orchestra THURSDAY. OCT $1.00 Tax Paid College Pictures Sen! To Leading Magazine Pictures of this campus compiled by Florence E. Held '41, have been sent in to College Bazaar, a quarterly magazine issued by Harper's Bazaar. Miss Held was named college editor...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1940

ITALIAN SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALLS AT y Thursday, 5 to 8 P.M I WTSYYVaV flKT V f J — — I SPENCER THACY —in— "EDISON T;H£ IAN" Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 Y._aftT TrNTca _rnnsv t I — — — . Belie Davis, Charles Boyer RACHEL FIELD'S 6('IXlt TIBS AND HEAVEN TOO" with _JFoffersr Lynn, Virginia Weidler UECLA PARI/ pi? Miles East of | \ Bellefonte " * America's No. 1 Band GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday Night, Oct. • Adm. and Tax $1.25 Dancing 9-1 ROUND TRIP TICKETS 7Sc Each Bus Leaves at 8 P.M. Returns at 1 A.M. Tickets On Sale At The Ticket Office Above Corner Room /' Columbia _Pichires present "%. Gary GRANT-Martha SCOTT _^ . TiHHE HOWARDS _, - OF VWtaNlA J Sir Codric _JQ\J_0 _»X Hicharct "5 HARDWICK£( WW) CARLS0S Alan W _TljM o/ Paul MARSHALL C .U_* ) KELLf t Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 The Penn State Players Present _'"_laram for Error" Hitler's Happy Hanging Schwab. Oct. 5, Tickets 75c Student Union Detroit Beats Cincinnat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

Senate Moves Spring Finals Schedule In Only Important Calendar Change To Address Pledges Thanksgiving Is Back In Old Spoi Warnock Offers Dad's Day Slogan "Meet my Dad," should be the password for students whose fathers are coming here for Dad's Day observances, A. R. Warnock, dean of men, said yesterday. "Through long experience with Dad's Day programs," Dean Warnock remarked, "the chief hinderance to the day's success does not come from the program itself, but the student." Many fathers return home from visiting their sons or daughters without any introduction to fellow students, parents or other friends, or the faculty, contended Warnock. Only through association with other Penn Staters will the Dads get an idea of campus life and its administration. And above all, these temporary friendships will serve to "break the ice" and prevent Dad from feeling alone and self-conscious, Warnock intimated "After all," the Dean said, "students must regard themselves as their parent's...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Tor A Better Peon Stale" -Successor to the Pe-A State _CoHteiait, estafe-ahed 1904 the Free Lancfe, established 288? YOU'LL FIND LUNCH JSiBESli __j " . *--* •' .-*• , ¦ *."- ,._.'¦ ATM Aliencrest 'III 2 NEXT TO THE DAIRY STORE _iiiiiiiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiintiiimnnmr CAMPUS CALENDAR _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TODAY Senior engineering lecture, Room 110 Electrical Engineering Building, 4:10 p.m. All Engineering School -faculty get-together, Room 219 Electrical Engineering Building, 7:30 p.m. All NYA workers, regardless of whether they took the citizenship affidavit, must take the oath of allegiance in Room 403 Old Main anytime from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1:30 to 5 p.m. This is the last day. Open victrola dance at Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. , TOMORROW: Association of Parents of Penn State business meeting, Room 121 Liberal Arts Building immediately after football game. Foot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

Readers? Alley—Kalian Writers Present Fresh Literary Works This column conductor is still searching for someone who lias ; read a book, praise of which he " has time to record, that. others might share his please. • _____________ Three articulate young men of .Italian extraction have recently brought some fresh and vigorous writing to the attention of the reading public. They are Pietro . di Donato, J_\ Pogano, and John Fante. Donato's "Christ in Con--crete" -(a novel that ' topped the -best-seller list for weeks) Pagano's "Pa'esanos" (short stories) and . Fante's "Dago Red," just off the press, are the volumes that evidence a new strength from an unexpected quarter. Having spoken of the first two • -works, in earlier columns, we now •present' reasons for reading "Dago .Eed," a group of a dozen short .stories in an _autobiographical vein .that will not only delight any one .who lived normally rascally <youth, but add to the colorful panorama of family life among those ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

Revises Dating Code H. Edward Wagner '41,- Interfraternity Council president, who has issued a revised dating code for fraternities. We Women Text Of New Dating Code Adopted Wednesday By Interfraternity Council The Pennsylvania Stale College Interfraternity Council Provisions of ihe Dating Code Member chapters of the Interfraternity Council have been permitted By the Committee on Student Welfare of the College Senate to entertain women guests in their chapter houses without chaperons under a code formulated and enforced by the Interfraternity Council. The primary objectives of this arrangement is to provide beneficial social activities while at the same time protecting both fraternity and College interests against injury resulting from objectionable social behavior. The code adopted by the Interfraternity Council contains the following provisions: „ Unchaperoned women guests are permitted to be present in fraternity houses at the following time: Fridays, Saturdays, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

A Common Expression In Town And On Campus You Can Gel II At Metzgers WELCOME DADS TO PENN STATE Our store is fully equipped to take care of the needs of your sons and daughters in Text Books and Student Supplies of every description. Athletic Goods Cameras — Films Photo Supplies SHOP AT METZGERS PENN STATE 1915 FRIDAY ... "Boy of the Streets'5 Jackie Cooper, Maureen O'Connor Sil In Your Car—See and Hear the Movies I mile west of State Collego ' On Route 322 Popular Food Beliefs Blasted By Ag Prof Contrary to popular belief, protein in normal diets is not conducive to discomfort in warm weather. This is the finding of Dr. E. B. Forbes, director of the Institute of Animal Nutrition. With diets varying in protein content but having the same gross calorie value as the protein content increases the "heat stimulating effect decreases, Dr. Forbes revealed. Six sets of experiments-involving hundreds of albino rats led to ¦ that conclusion, and also showed the reason,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

BUY EGIAN COLL NOW WHERE QUALITY COUNTS FRESH FISH AND FROZEN FISH (RISFIELD OYSTERS COOK'S HUTMUH- 115 S. FRAZIER DIAL 791 DID YOU KNOW that the Jordan, soil fertility plots on the East Campus are the oldest Experimental Grounds in North America? FROMM'S Opposite Old Main Leads Lions Against Bucknell LEON GAJECKI-Pe-in State Center Two Veterans Will Miss Grid Opener Tomorrow Peters, Sfravinski Replaced In Lineup Carl Stravinski, senior left tackle, will definitely be missing from the State lineup when the Lions take the field against Bucknell on New Beaver Field tomorrow. The veteran's knee was injured in the practice tilt with the freshmen Saturday and the week's layoff from drills has failed to alleviate the injury. His place in the starting lineup will be taken by Walt Kniaz, another senior who was a regular in his sophomore year. With Pepper Petrella already slated to replace Chuck Peters, Coach Bob Higgins will be without the service of two ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

Inc The Athletic Store* Opposite Main Gate Dial 2158 L C SMITH UPRIGHTS UNDERWOOD PORTABLES SHJir WtfcSttBrf _Attach USED $28 - S32 - _S J8 20 lb. Sub $1.00 500 Sheets 16 lb. Sab S5c 506 Sheets REMINGTON PORTABLES 149.50, _J».50_t$64JO,$W_» Used Machines Priced From $18 to $44 NEW AND USED Bucknell Combination Out To Cage lions Saturday m ¦ _W mm_&mmmz. [Ripple Clouts Homer As Reds Even Series Score Special-io the Daily Collegian CINCINNATI , Oct. 3. —The Cincinnati Reds evened, the World Series score today by trouncing the ' Detroit Tigers* 5-3. ~" Bucky Walters held the Tigers to three hits- as all Detroit runs scored on walks, he .ssuel-C -Jiinmy Ripple smashed a home run; and Walters, Werber, Higgins, and .Greenberg tallied two-baggers. The box score: DETROIT ab Bartell, ss 3 McCos.tey.cf ..2 Gehringer.- 2b . .4 Greenberg, if . .4 York, lb 4 Campbell, rf .. .4 Higgins,. 3b 3 Tehbetts, c .... .3 Rowe, p. l Corsica, p 2 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 October 1940

Here's How to Help Dad Enjoy 'His Day' More 1. Take him to see Penn State defeat Bucknell in football. 2. Give him a real treat for his dinner —a delicious steakr roast, or a chop —from— MILLER'S MARKET FREE DELIVERY 104 W.BEAVER ' DIAL 775 17 Miles East of j_^ Bellefonte America's No. 1 Band GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday Night, Oct. ' Adm. and Tax $1.25 Dancing 9-1 ROUND TRIP TICKETS 75c Each Bus Leaves at 8 P.M. Returns at 1 A.M. Tickets On Sale At The Ticket Office Above Corner Room Who Would Guess This Was Printed In 1916 _.'- ¦Vf-- --•'-', "_- ¦ -_^ -. _^ * cr EMPTY! This building, a unit of the new Natural Science group, is idle fot lack of an appropriation lo equip it. (Reprinted from "The Pennsylvania State. College."—Facts For Your Information As A Citizen of the Commonwealth —Published May, 1916) gcs All Students To Register Here For Red Cross Urges War Preparedness A call for American college stu dents to prepare themselv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 October 1940

Bob Chester Rates First As Soph Hop Band Choice Bob Chester and Charlie Barnet finished in that order as the choice of 550 students who .voted in the poll to determine the Soph Hop band. Chester finished with a total of 165 votes to Barnet's 142, with Benny Goodman rating third. Scattered votes were cast for other bands including Jan Savitt, Reggie Childs, Cab ' Calloway, and,.Mai Hallett. The committee is contacting Chester and Barnet and it is probable that one of the two will be engaged for Soph Hop on November 15. Substitutes PENN STATE - '"Backs: Bailey (24) , -Brown (13) , Day (2) , Dedrick (41) , Gramly (48) , Kimmel (1), Kopach (9) , Krause (16) , Peters (5) , Shaughency (141, Rice (21) , Ventresco (22), Weaver (25). Centers: Brooks (35) , Palazzi (4) , Raysor (3) , Tessieri (32), Wear (46). Guards: Kerns (18), Maslow (15) , Perugini (30), Hamilton (39) , Yoho (11) , Woodward (38). _. Tackles: Engle (29) , Hall (34) , Frketich (36) , Knudson (33) , Pollock (37) , Str...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 October 1940

Member ftssocioted _Golleeidte Press Distributor of Cblle6ioleDie>6st "DETOUR" Nol It fcasfl't affecled_, the ever _sjO0} f ailing_^ _%_J_4J^^^r?^l_^_oSw _passport necessary is your MATR1_CULAT10M CARD. So celebrate State's football opener in nautical style under the efficient _lommaad of-5KIPPER BOB CAPTAIN WORT HOTEL MARKLAND BELLEFOHTE PA. THE DAILY COLLEGIAN ."For A Better Penn State" Successor to the 5_WK State Collegian, established 19P.4, .and the Vree * *-ance , established 1887 WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINE5 CHOCOLATE COATED - COCONUT COATED PEANUT COATED Being Made" RAISED SUGARED PLAIN "Watch Them H. and W. DO-NUT SHOP 117 S. PUGH ST Drive-In Theatre SATURDAY . . « STAB _REPORTER" Warren Hull. Marsha Hunt Sit In Your Car—See and Hear the Movies 1 mile west of State College On Route 322 THE MANIAC Saturday Morning, C_^tob er 5, 194_Q Published daily except Sunday _erZ *_£*&&&&¥ ft8 •regular C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 October 1940

OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service Amoco Products R. F. STEIN Motor Company INTRODUCING THE . . . itality Pack Hasp For Parties — Picnics — Unexpected Guests — And All Occasions Yes folks, it's just what you ve been wanting! The HOSPITALITY PACK gives you a generous supply of that good, crystal clear, taste free cracked ice packaged in a specially treated water resistant kraft bag that ends all dripping worries! And remember the ice is extra select quality, washed, absolutely pure and ready for use. HOSPITALITY PACK NO FUSS—NO MUSS-NO HUNTING CONTAINERS Just ask for the HOSPITALITY PACK and you'll' get this deluxe package for only 25c delivered/ So why use those home made cloudy ice cubes that often taste of the foods in your refrigerator? Get quality ice and convenience with the HOSPI TALITY PACK. ' & STORAGE COMPANY HILLSIDE STATE COLLEGE DIAL 842 N. PATTERSON ST SUNDAY DINNER—$1.00 BROCKERHOFF-Bellefonfe HOTEL DINING 12:00 io 2:30 6:00 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 October 1940

fDEMMA GIVES THE BOYS ffari- #_iiiSPiM «? ? niiDDiki UUKolN . .. Girls. .. GET YOUR DATE FOR THE FIRST FORMAL! CWEN DANCE Friday, October 18—White Hall REX ROCKWELL DANCING 9-12 ADMISSION $1.00 PER COUPLE Tickets On Sale Next Week ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTATE COLLEGE 1 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I ¦ i I wrnv _rrrps _wrn I L_. • 1 VIOLENT A DMJLN TURE! _iSTfRNER with WALTER BRENNAK Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 i _IWi/ _\_11l AI JL-. « <tt£jiA<ut<£i...mNoit\ QiMkuMt.. .MEN LIVE) mn mm l MriHTt a v TTTPcn * -v i" Margaret Sullavan James Stewart, Robert Young "TIME MORTAL STORM" Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 I TODAY ONLY _( PETER LORRE "STRANGER ON THE THIRD FLOOR" Detroit Beats Reds 7-4. In Third Game Special to the Daily Collegian DETROIT, Oct. 4 — Displaying the same climax punch that won the American League pennant, the Detroit Tigers scored six runs in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1940

Hours Announced For Registration In Student Draft Details, including hours, for student draft registration iri the Armory on October 16 were announced yesterday by Edward K. Hibshman, chairman of the College draft committee. Registration hours will be from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Students will be asked to register at certain hours according to the following alphabetical arrangement: A-Car 11 a. m. to 12 noon Cas-Far .... ' ., 1 to 2 p. m. Fas-Hep 2 to 3 p. m. Heq-Lav !... 10 to 11 a. m. Law-M 3 to 4>p. m. N-Rus : 9 to 10 a. m. Rut-Te . 4 to 5 p. m. Th-Z . ' .) ' 8 to 9 a. m. Times at which the different groups will register were determined under the supervision of Ray V. Watkins, scheduling officer, who had Robert W. Russell '41 draw the hours by lot. Students will be excused from classes only at the hours they are scheduled to register. Arrangements for issuing excuses have hot yet been made. Registration hours for which no group is scheduled will be used to register studen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1940

Women's "Editor—Vera L. Kemp '41; Managing Editor —Robert H. Lane Ml; Sports Editor—Kichard C. Peters Ml : News Editor—William E. Fowler '41 ; Feature Editor —Edward J. K. McLorie '41; Assistant Managing Editor—Bayard Bloom '41: Women's .Managing Editor—Arita L. Hefferan '41: Women's Promotion Manager.—Edythe B. Rick«! '41. Advertising Manager—Jolm H. Thomas '41 : Circulation Manager—Robert G. Robinson '41 : Senior Secretary—Ruth Goldstein '41 : Senior Secretary—Leslie H. Lewis '41. <W Pretty pickin' MANSFIELDS Ho other shoe so perfectly satisfies a man's sense of style, bis comfort in wear and Ik. his pride in a welljBsk. made purchase. §i||_St "What more can "lllllllk a shoe do? _WS. $5 to s 650 \Uxtt* MAfetnoAat-ie* _Twwn HatTCR MAfetnoJMW-ie* Tail* *" 114 WEST COLLEGE AVE LION TALES iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Dear Dads: Sorry you couldn't make the trip to State this week...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1940

Now you can get your COLLEGE SEAL... on eig ht useful articles Humidor • Cigarette Server • Wall Plaque • Paper Weight Book End • Auto Emblem • Ship's Wheel • Ash Tray loo I II I ! i and a box top from a package of ¦ MARLIN BLADES Mail $t bill and a Marlin box top to Your college seal in ageless bronze, mounted on beautiful American "Walnut. '_« The MARLIN FIREARMS CO 17 EAST 42nd STREET, NEW YORK ? AN AULD ACQUAINTANCE NEEDN'T BE FORGOT These new _Freemans in rich tan leathers are mellowed by careful hand staining to the same lova- _ttl AA ble lustre that countless shines ctjjLwtf gave to the best old favorites you ever owned. to See our new Antiques. _#_* Jf" y.45 BOTTGRf BROS Entrances fin _Bpaver and Mien White Hall Equips Coeds For Faff Sporfs The potential Robin Hood or Patty Berg needn't be discouraged! White Hall's equipment room can fit the athletic coed for her favorite fall sports. Archerysupplies include 4 portable (and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1940

POTnav riKT.v i ON THE STAGE TOMMY TUCKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA WOMEN'S Campus Boots "Ideal for Rainy Weather9 ' PERSIA SHOE STORE 125 South Allen Street mi ©M HOBODY NO'S! Wdi , Sat* ItJHTE <*3_z ' _$_* :':*»r!t_£T.':'': '_r'-VVflfr Y0DN( MOM _wTSfJjfmflti Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 r.asT TTivrps Tfinav I * _fP_& _mmrn J- i*T1?rk _ _TUTTWCl r — • _Jeanette MacDonald Nelson Eddy —in — "NEW MOON" Definitely Milder, Cooler-Smoking decidedly Better-Tasting, Chesterfield is one up on 'em all Smo_£ers ~ savi that Chesterfield is_' the one completely/ satisfying cigarette? Everybody "_whtf tries_^em like s _Jem; Chesterfield's, right * combination_7ofy Americanjana Turkish tobaccos ' is the" best " that money can buy; _jgjllljg_^ Dq yoursmoke I fl^^^h tHe cigarette that) \ Satisfies # w ? f /A *~ ~ ' > , _°" _> < _s ( " - - s , < , '\ t I I W BETTER MADE FOR BETTER SMOKING Ever...

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