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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

CUTEX GIFT SETS BUGLE CORPS" KIT A new version of the zipper case. Now has' four Cutex preparations . . . in addition to implements. Available in genuine leather and longwearing lustrous _Bengaline cloth. _»_ftifc_««_jS# Smart, New _DEVILBISS ATOMIZERS Beautiful new styles — cry stal and hobnail glass bottles with mesh covered bulbs . . . tall and slender, short and squatty. 50c Up §^.50 *a £' PINAUD Apple Blossom COLOGNE The _fragrant scent of orchards in Spring-time in novel ball top fia-Kjjffl_^_ffi^* , "* '*-'' on.' Packaged _WmMM in gift box. 3 Ounces 49 c 6 Ounces 79€ Other Pinaud Gift Items Priced From 97c To 51.19 ¦ MM £8 WM ss FOR ALL at ••• M COLLEGE, PA A -X :k _HBB _• GIFT TOILETRIES I She'll be thrilled with a lovely gift of Evening in Paris toiletries in a variety of blue and silver combination gift boxes. Many with silver, blue or red ribbons. Gift Sets Priced at ¥ $lto$15 .5 in Paris" w 0 0 m* STATE _•...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

JACK HARPER If It Is A GIFT for HIM We Have It! Uncle:— English Pigskin Wallet, Dobbs Hat, Woolen Neckwear from Scotland, Wool Socks, Manhattan Shirt, Manhattan Pajamas, Hickok Koin Knife. Nephew:— Irish Linen or Swiss Print Handkerchiefs, Fownes Gloves, Scarf and Glove Set, Wind-Proof Jacket, Foulard Necktie, Pajamas. Grandfather:— Silk and Wool Tie, Interwoven Socks, Linen Handkerchiefs, White Manhattan Shirt, Button Front Coat Sweater, Wool Muffler, Wool Lined Gloves. Sweetheart:— Lounging Robes, House Slippers, Alligator Gabardine Coat, Overnight Bag, Traveling Case, Robe and Pajamas to Match. Father:— Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, English Wool Socks, Imported English Flannel Shirt, Fownes Gloves, Muffler, House Robe. Brother:— Wool Plaid Scarf with Tie to Match, Sport Handkerchief, Flannel Robe, Regimental Striped Suspenders or Belt, Sport Jacket, Ski Accessories. —OPEN EVENINGSMAN'S GIFT FROM A MAN'S STORE A TO** ft Hatter Haberdasher - Tailor W. College Ave., S...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

FIGURE AND HOCKEY SKATES SK1IS—POLES—BINDINGS SLEDS-HOCKEY STICKS SOX AND CAPS FOR THE BOY SCOUTS UNIFORMS-KNIFE FLASHLIGHT-COMPASS HUNTING EQUIPMENT WOOLRICH COATS AND SHIRTS HUNTING BOOTS-CAPS _^ RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS HUNTING KNIVES-AXES iffs For HER G STATIONERY IN GIFT BOXES PLAYING-CARDS-CARD TABLES BOOKS AND BOOK ENDS COOK AND RECIPE BOOKS MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENCI COLLEGE SEAL JEWELRY L SETS PICTURE FRAMES-PHOTO ALBUMS DIARY WITH LOCK AND KEY DESK BLOTTER PADS PERSONAL STEEL LETTER FILE CALENDAR MEMO CASE CIGARETTE CASES-WOOD-METAL LEATHER DESK LAMP-BED LAMP ROYAL AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS KEY CASE AND LICENSE HOLDER PHOTO ALBUMS-ADDRESS BOOKS 1Y mIWP^*i iPiflWl l il iiii | WlffiT 'h ^^^ mB' \ _0 s* » COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS 7 ;f A w_^_w _** _** + • * * _AAw**_t*w_^+w*^e rr BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES 111-115 ALLEN S T " *_C**_Vs_\ * %M0 \*m & You Can Get it at METZGERS The L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

on by refraining from taking _gS^^^_g^^^_ggg^^_8_^2_©& it bulbs or breaking branches. ^^^*_M ^^^'_^_K*^^*_-*~*_r _^_-*^^**^^^*~*r ^*^^^*~^^*^"r *--_™f ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ A GIFT OF LASTING '& meg _^ w PLEASURE V/ _v e- /£*_4 MUSIC _> & Evei one likes music j /0 ™ /V or a record _^cr_. _£_fe enjoyed all ' _<_£iS cords, player year '1 a radio, will be ound. Radios Record Players AH The Latest and Best Records for All Musical Tastes #5 _#4_&& RECOUP _m _jsf_^j'MiliP_^ BffiaSBBia VICTOR RECORDS_^S_^ In the Glennland Bldg. State College ¥ _sfZ \ _^Zzrlll_&_LjW _^ w $$&_r Take A mo Tip From Santa This year give useful gifts, and you know that nothing is more appreciated than shoes. Almost every man needs another pair of shoes or a pair of slippers and whoever heard of a woman who couldn't use another pair of dress or sports footwear? Be...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

*«_£-*» Christmas Merry 7"o You <_^_o insure a Merry Christmas and a and to _r Happy apd safe gifts for the car complete winter New Year, give useful and let us give you a check-up. OBRVAN'S SERVICE STATION SOUTH ATHERTON ST. DIAL 0822 ^^^^_SSJ^^_ESKEasuSKB MERRY CHRISTMAS i V t and that will mean busy days for.all. Get I[ a$I r clothes cleaned now, and save time you while you are at home l I HILAND SHOP ' h74• ' • I 2201/, S. Allen _^_gw ' gg_£_> _ts ir-;; _^iriif^^irii _^j ^^^^^_MriB _S I GLOVES POCKETBOOKS COSTUME JEWELRY • s • GIFT ROBES Chenille Swede Cloth Cotton Quilted Satin Quilted Corduroy HOSE SWEATERS BLOUSES SKIRTS UNDERWEAR • GIFT HOUSECOATS 0 Satin Crepe Silk Jersey-Printed Silk • • Sho Early P Smar Shop 123 S. Allen State College _t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ SANTA SAYS... For that Holiday Spu it add color to your table with frui...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

n _s (* _%k ^««M« «>- GIFTS This volume of so fin-lined' Iovq* Ilness holds Evening fn Pari* Perfume and Face Powder. «i J2.25 ?r \ She'll be /kS§_s3!_WJT _^_mijkV jfflib thrilled wllh ^^_SS_^_Lg^^_y._iQ^/ Ihb gift ser that ^^ _SsSsSsj_^SEffiO'' contains Eveningtn Pnrl>^^^!?-5?ii_^_Byiilhk Face Powder, Lipstick, _^ Perfume, Talcum and Single Vanity. $5.00 OTHER GIFT EN5EMBUS, 95c U $13,011 Mary Brown Slips, Gowns and Pajamas Rhythm Slips and Gowns Van Raalte Nylon and Silk Hosiery Bags, Gloves, Jewelry Formal and Day Time Dresses PATERSQN HOSIERY SHOP E. College Ave. State College _4^^^^i^^^^^^ s^^^^_m_&m-4_^ Suggestion for Christma Give Your Photograph—You'll Be Surprised How Reasonable They Are A_ Lasting Gift That Only You Can Give You Still Have Time To Arrange An Appointment DIAL 2345 PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP 14 E. College Avenue State College _^_Wfc tie* COATS BLOUSES Reversible...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

PFNN STATE'S TRADITIONAL NIGHT OF FUN Harvest Bait WITH THE PFNN STATE ARISTOCRATS IN THE ARMORY DEC. 6 WHO WILL BE THE 10 (Tax included) HARVEST QUEEN? Dancing 9-12 Nittany Quintet Defeats Susquehanna \n Second-Half Scoring Attack, 47-18 : M ii i \ S v v ;<"T-'VfO-.? _jttKS St i ->'.- '¦" "A t£>' ;-¦? : GOOD START—John Lawther's varsity cagers coasted to an easy 47-18 victory over Susquehanna lest night as the Lion coach started his sixth season at Penn State. _Ramirt Paces Lions With Ten Points By GORDON COY After playing through a listless first half, Penn State's varsity basketeers came back strong in the final two periods to defeat" a veteran Orange and Maroon quintet from Susquehanna University, 47-18, in Rec Hall last night. Led by Phil Templin, who took scoring honors for the night with 12 points, Susquehanna held off the Lions' attack in the opening _qutxter. John Egli, Penn State guard, dropped in the first field...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

Rides Wanted RW—To Baltimore L. tonight around 5 p. m. C. 2143. 'Return Sunday. RW—To Philadelphia or New York. L. Friday noon. R. Sunday. Call Fred. 2090. Broken Glasses Why worry when broken lenses can be accurately duplicated in 24 hours at moderate prices? Dr. Eva B. Roan 402 East College Ave Opp. Atherton Hall ijSSM _Tkw _y<M a C(_M _fetyea< III'r _^ For Your Tr 'P Home °* Christmas _^ V (n vl-f _^ven _^ _y°uc 'on' _* nave a return portion-of a _§_S_^"9uFWPl ' College Special Reduced Fare ticket... you _$^^§_OT can go home by train on a definite schedule, safely and economically. Fares are low! HERE'S HOW YOU TOO, CAN TRAVEL ON "COLLEGE SPECIAL" REDUCED *ff FARES Students and teachers travel from and to their homes at great savings on these College Special tickets. To make this saving, all you have to do is purchase onejrom your hometown railroad ticket agent before returning from the Christmas holidays. The cost is amazingly low—liberal re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1941

_ifflpilews FMIh_&s... iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiii LONDON—>Great Britain declared, war on Finland, Hungary, arid _Bulgaria! last night. London officials" Said, that the declaration cariieas & _resulFof the three countries; _tefii' _sK_^_tcr. cease their lindeclared'' .war on • Ryssia. A British _ultiriVaitum delivered to the three, capitals expired last night at midnight." ; WASHINGTON—The House of _Representatiyes passed a bill appropriatmgf.eight billion dollars morel for defense by a 309 to 5 vote. "The bill now goes to the Seriate where administration leadersf.hqp e_^tQ' _pusJOt through quickly. ' ::p. f,, tg_^_Rfja,' _;. ;$i,556 ooo,ooo , , will be s'pe_^j;briKliend-Lease appropriations to the Allies. If this _Byi. passes, the, Seriate, the fourteen_>billl6ri dollar mark will have been passed in. Lend-Lease appropriations. " MOSGOW-_^Russian officials declared, >last night that -the Nazi driye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1941

L_^hf'&imad Sketch JFxom One of Our '.'AKS SACRA" Christmas Cards A complete assortment of Christ; mas cards . , . Berta Hummel and fioilywobd . ... A variety box from 5(J .cents ... personalized cards as low as fifty for $1.00 ...' others at 5,c, JL.yc, 15c and 25c. The COLLEGE BOOK STORE 123 W Beaver Slate College ' m - YES 19.8* no _HHB "'"""'_^_s in iiit_'i '1 Ui _^' ' ,(" , „,uim !> .ii^'_,1 _„ Should U.S. Send Planes >i THE DAILY _COLLJEGUN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tin _rtcular College year by the students of The _Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act at Starch 8, 1879. 3S _* il0r _^ _aSm_^ _?_"**• and A<Jy. _W«> Ross Lehman '42 "SfgiP James _McCauphey '43 Editorial and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1941

The First National Bank Of State College member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DINE and DANCE at BLACK HORSE TAVERN _ReedsviIIe SUNDAY SPECIAL Chicta_* Waffled A. E. Bxininger '25, Prop Lion-W And J Battle Climaxes Basketball Clinic; 16 Boxers Advance To Second Round Of Intramurals Three College Games SEEKS TALENT—Boxing Coach Leo Houck is keeping a weather eye peeled for men of varsity squad calibre ' to make their showing ' in the Intramural Boxing Tournament. Six TKO's Registered CAGE PROFESSOR—Under the direption of Mai Musser, Ji_, ead _basketball _riienjtor at Bucknell, prpminent Pennsylvania coaches Will dempnstrate nuinerpus court tactics §Jt the flfjh ' annual _clinjc whicji starjs in _Rec; Hail at 9:30 a. m. today. On A|l-Day Program Entertaining hopes of breaking the two-year jinx that the Washington and Jefferson quintet has held over them, John Lawther's Nittany cagers will battle the Presidents on the Rec Hail hardwpod at 8 o'c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1941

FORIL n SURE SHOT \-.nt*_i, j That Gets Quick Results use the COLLEGIAN ¦ i_?_X 8' _M CLASSIFIEDS TONIGHT! The Gayest DANCE Of The Year Harvest Ball WITH THE PENM STATE ARISTOCRATS IN THE ARMORY An Informal Dance—Come and See the Harvest Ball Queen Crowned $1.10 per couple (tax included) Dancing 9-12 vUe ZJhe Women A Big Thought Plus Action May Prevent "Today the tendency of government in the United States is toward state socialism." With that remark a professor ended his disr cussion. Students closed their books and left the classroom. Not one so much as blinked. They have probably forgotten it by now. Whether this particular statement is true or not, lack of reaction to matters directly affecting them is typical not only of the student body but ailso of.the general public. It is a clear indication of Mr. General Public's apathy toward situations affecting his life. After tendencies become realities, people might feel "antagonistic toward them. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 December 1941

WMrfoits Advanced Students Retain Same Status; »_i i Uniform RiiiTfor False Although the United States is at war with Japan', the national government does .not expect to change the _^ status of basic and advanced ROTC students, Col. Edward D. Ardery, head of the department of military ysoience and tactics, 'revealed last night. Dispelling rumors that the campus-would be turned into an armed camp, Colonel Ardery explained that ROTC is not a- part of the regular Army and that there will be no. change in . the present system.- '" "I believe that students will receive no more added emphasis in their classroom instructions nor will they be compelled "to take more hours of military training," the colonel stated. "The army has a careful arid tried plan of instruction, and this sudden crisis- will not affect it," he added. Advanced and basic ROTC students will not be; asked to. wear their" uniforms except during regular class periods, Colonel Ardery poihte_^ out in answer to a repor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 December 1941

THE Mitt tttLLEGtA "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940u~ Successor to the Penn State _Collesiaa, established 1B04, and the Free Ipnce, established 1_&8T. - Published _dalls except (Sunday and _. Mondayv _durtojt ,_jth_» regular College year by the _studejnts of; Tfre _PehnaflTWi* State _Colleger, Entered,«« second-olasn taattpr July 6, 1B84 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., Under the act at March 8, 1879. • MBSi _I9&S 1S«®» _&a _KAJW% : 1 .— l. . _jfvx. Editorial .and .Business.Office - .- - Downtown.Office 818 013 Matti Bite. 119-121 Sbtfth _Frweier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 — - rr> : <«*—TJVomen'StEditor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42: _Managlnfti.Bditor-_^- JVhn, A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Fat Nagelberg '48; Feature JEdltotfe-WUliam ? J. MoKnight ',42: t._News./_Bdtkfe Stanley J. Po|CeJnpner '42*. ,Wort)cn's E8atura._AEdltort -TTAU«e Mj Murray-'r42j.lWoitren_'_s _Spotfji\Sdltor—R_, Helen Odjtdo%M2. Credit .JHanager—^_aut _TAi ; GoW...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 December 1941

Between _ffeiks ¦ With ._^ijwAGELBEHG _t Sports Editor n_^_Tniffth.uifr._MHmiTfnnnfiMMfHiniiiiHMhu'_ntffiiiMt A« _*U».- * - > ,. J* ' i . • tribute To Henry • - As far as;;wp:and "anyone else wliS ..Wlthessea-.the. Orsen Welles thriller in Rec Hall _SatunlSy _9l$$ i _Q_$e ..: concerned_^ Washington and _. Jeffersou . can,.write _ its . own ticket , oh any. P<*nn...State, sport schedule, and,.;.b . e,more than welcome. Saturday.we.were _fortune ite, enough to ( see not only a great _basketball. game but one of the greatest, .display ' s of collegiate sportsmanship. _^ ; The . author of this display _,wa$ none other ._tfiSn Pete "Fats" Henry; all-time All-American, _tackle in his football days at W ,& J, aridnow graduate _manejger of athletics . at that institution_, where _6ven some Penn State rooters we're willing to concede the Presidents a tie and permit the game to go into an overtime period, Henry admitted that his team's final .goal came after the whis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 December 1941

u for all collegians . CLEAN NEAT CLOfHES PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3261 .« _? n m _mistmas xk your old friend _$_^M^? Ihis time I'm coming to you With a timely shopping tip ... JDrop in at your tobacco store Take a look at the handsome way Your Christmas Chesterfields are packed. > You never saw the like Of these swell gifts . .. Big ten package cartons Cartons holding four tins And brand new this year Milde^^¥ jT Better-Tasting //-£% ... that's why _J[l>A 'Cliesterfielc i Special greeting cartons Holding just three packs. 1 his year It's Chesterfield For more pleasure than Anything else you can bu_> For the money. prrlaht 1941. Liccett & Miens Tobacco Co \AJe Zske l/Uomen Our Chins Will Be no ijnanges (Continued _ithm Page One) up carelessly a college education with no definite place for you in the army is a mistake. Your leadership here will be of greater help." - "Roll, up your ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 December 1941

Bill Of Rights Heads Library Exhibition In "_Conjunction with Governor Arthur H. James' proclamation designating the week of December 15 as Bill of Rights Anniversary Week, the library will exhibit a copy of the Bill of Rights, amendments to the Constitution, and copies of "American Museum," contemporary newspapers which tell the story of the ratification. 'Selected as being apropos of the times, Mrs. Sally S. Carey, chairman of library exhibits, announced that the exhibit will go on display today and run through the week of the 15. Mixed Drinking Banned; IFC Date Code Proposed New Law Is Stricter; Cabinet To Enforce Bars Mixed Drinking New Code Violations A new drinking-dating code that will be stricter than tWe _, one now in effect was proposed last night at a meeting of the Interfraternity Council. The new code prohibits, any sort of mixted drinking , in fraternity houses, and will be enforced by a faculty committee of three, appointed by IFC, and a secret student committ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 December 1941

APPLIANCES MAKE Practical Gifts Westinghouse Appliances Bendix Home Laundries MARSHALL ELECTRIC CO Glennland Building THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" Established 1840. Successor to the' Penn State Collegian, established 1004, and the Free Lance, established 1887. .Published dally except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College Vear by the students of The Pennsylvania Stats College. Entered as second-class matter July S, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act _sf Hatch 8, 1879. Editor _^m. Bus. . Mgr« Ross Lohmaa '42 _"_^_BSff_* Jamas McCaUgher *«_2 Editorial and Business Office _tknrtitoWfl Office - 818 Old Main Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4872 _^omen's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—'JtJhn A. fiaer '4ti Sports Editor—A. Put Uteelbetg 'it: Feature Editor—William 3. McKnlght '42 _j News Editor—Stanley J. FoKempner '42; Women's _Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42 j Women'sSports Editor—B. Helen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 December 1941

Fraternities ... ¦ Start the New Year right by having the necessary repairs done during Christmas vacation. _ietweeia_. he Lions With PAT NAGELBERG Sports Editor _lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll rhe Boxing Wars _, If . you need more than the brisk fittany Valley chill to remind you hat- winter sports are with us ince again, just- drop- into Rec Hall iny afternoon this week and be offvinced. Even more than the ipening of -the basketball season, he knock-them-down and draghem-out boxirjg_^intramurals. usher n State's 'ih'ddori sport schedule in lair-rasing style. The three-ring: circus of fisticuff skills, and: _laiighs was first intro-Juced here by that noted patron >f- the fight game, Coach Leo rtouck, back-In 1923, which makes this year's tournament the 19th successive" appearance if our arithmetic doesn't fail us. More than my other "athletic • event on the :ampus, once you've had a taste of it, you always come back for anather...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 December 1941

A New Place To Take Your Date! Complete Fountain Service The TOWER HOUSE INN Dining Dancing 5 Miles West of State College on Route 322 AAUWToGive Senior Tea Senate To Clarify Stand On Ruling Margaret K. Sherman '43, acting WSGA president, stated last night that WSGA would clarify its position on Cabinet's drinking ruling at Senate meeting tonight. -Miss Sherman was one of three dissenting voters on the issue of trying mixed drinking offenders before an All-College Cabinet subcommittee. Mixed Drinking (Continued Irom Page One) handled by their respective men's and women's judiciary bodies. It was stressed that groups such as IFC and WSGA will still handle their own particular drinking problems, whereas , the ¦ _Cjabinet sub-committee will hear only specific cases of mixed drinking. In cases of mixed drinking in fraternities, IFC would have jurisdiction over the fraternity, and Cabinet over individuals involved. As stated in the last clause of the resolution, Tribunal ...

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