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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 March 1942

Enjoy You rHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian _established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the • regular College year bv the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 • et the Post-of£ice at State College, Pa., under the act of March 3, 18T9. Editor ,-_^ggv, Bus. and Adv. Mgr. nass Lehmaa '42<n S_^SPt,: - James McCaughey '42 • -Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie HaU 119-121 South Frazler St. Rhone 711 Phone 4372 _olVtanaging Editor This Issue Dominlek L. GoTab _ABuiatnnt _Managing _Editor This Issue MUt _Dollnjt'er -News Editor This Issue J. Donald L.'Webb - _Pophomore Assistant . _ Jane Murphy Women'_s JEdftor" ThU Jssue Kathryn M. _Popp •C-caduate.Counselor Louis H. Bell 3% Weeping _Aw4 _Wailing -Dear Doc—yVe know that this is the time when personal affairs must be put aside f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 March 1942

La Vie Fraternity and Sorority Group NOW READY EXTRA PR NTS CAMPUS SOCIETIES Also Available PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP 214 E. College Ave. Slate College. P aLadt chance to save! Stage seats for the last two numbers on the Artists Oour.se— Launlr Melcruor, greatest heroic tenor of the ?_W2e»o**§fl _«_Sera _Company, w_^o will _appear on Tuesday, evening. March 31. at § p. rn.; and Marian Anderson, most renowned singer of her day, who will appear on Monday evening. April 13. at 8 d. m. will be sold at the special lax included, at the A. A. combination price of $4.00 ticket windows. Old Main tomorrow and Thursday. Single admissions, providing single seats remain after this combination sale, will be sold only on the night of each concert at $2.75 for Melchior and $3.85 for Miss Anderson. The combination price thus saves the subscriber $2.60 in contrast to tickets purchased singly. Plan to get your combination seats tomorrow or Thursday! _^Jlie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 March 1942

u EVERYBODY'S GOING TO PENN STATE THESPIANS Production 5th Spring HIDE N PEEK "16 Original —with- Tunes" Jimmy Leyden, Jimmy McAdam, Leon Rabinowitz, Bud Mellott and Sally Harshbarger and Their Dancing Chorus of Campus Beauties. Comedians Marce Stringer and Ted Clauss SATURDAY—7:00 FRIDAY—7:30 50c 75c TODAY - TOMORROW Don*-! let a Nazi uniform-keep you from seeing, a swell show with a - IhrHl a minute! .Even the Gestapo .can . be entertaining when they look foolish! Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:45. 8:45 Panhel Committee Suggests First Semester Rush Code Plan Requires Senate Approval Designed to simplify running ov'er three semesters, a code v/ 'hich suggests that coeds be _jiledged within a month of matriculation has been given to the r'enste Committee on Student Welfare for consideration by Panhellenic Council's committee. According to Frances E. Haley '43, president, the Council requests -that the Senate Committee v. mction the plan tor two semester tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 March 1942

Mat, Swim, Gym, Fencing Skiing Managers Elected Waring Keeps Froth Out Of Circulation "If Fred Waring would return Froth's cover cut there might be a Froth published today or tomorrow morning, " Ross Gilbert, worried editor of the Froth, •announced late last night. The picture-cut of the Thespians was borrowed from Froth and sent to Fred Waiting's printing company last week; with the idea of using the same cut on the front of the Thespian's program that is to appear as Frothy's cover. Seventy-five campus shots, two dozen sneak-preview shots of the forthcoming Thespian show and three pages of candid camera snaps of Senior Ball have been printed along with jokes that would have, and did, make grandfather chuckle. Glee Club Offers Benefit Concert Penn State's Glee Club will add a special Red Cross benefit concert to its already full springtime program, it was announced last night by Dr. Richard W. Grant, Glee Club director. Barbara Troxell, graduate in the class of '37, will he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 March 1942

850 III Write for chart. picturing 18 beautiful styles. It describes advantages vf MARVELOUS PATENTEB FILTER Win. Demuth & Co., Inc,N. Y.C _iK w u \\% _ao >,i \_N -X iw «tf (j >&*^ aw «»» _« • • • h bov _^ : . SEA & BERICK xt to Bank Clock" TEE DAILY COIiLEGIAN Back In "Nineties" "For A Better Penn State" _^ 77/^ XT . Established 1940. Successor to the Penn. State Collegian jCl YulOY y VI CIS JTlCl/l_^OUT _established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. y O Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the -tfoijular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania ¦ Stat? College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 -at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 3, 1879. Editor ._^sSSfc_^ Bus_. and Adv. Mgr. Bass Lehman '42 '**m<&* James McCaughey '42 •_48dttotial and Business Office Downtown Office . Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 March 1942

AB O/®* _& _* > For An Evening of Dancing with Ultra-Modern Music Played By RAYMOND SCOTT HIS QUINTET 27. 1942 and HIS ORCHESTRA ' Rec Hall Dancing 10-2 March 2 I NT E it r IIA TERNI TY B H, Mm mm WOLFE FLORIST *«-«-« Glennland Buildina Dial 2217 _^xJ_&_r James Wolfe Class '39 See US For ... All Your Printing Needs NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co Dial 4888 119 South Frazier St Nittany Matmen Leave For NCAA Tournament ( ourlmen Return Home With NCAA Sidelights Penn State's basketball Lions returned home yesterday afternoon with a few sidelights on the Eastern Regional playoffs, which were held in New Orleans last weekend. According to newspaper reports of the tourney, Dartmouth and Penn State turned in the two surprise showings. Before the playoffs began, "37 collegiate coaches picked Illinois to win the title, while 15 others tossed their lots with Kentucky. Dartmouth got 10 votes and Penn State only one...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 March 1942

Rides Wanted RW—To Philadelphia for 2. L. April 1. R. April 2. C. Ted. 2960. 2 tch 25,26 RW—To Phila. L. Sat. noon, 10 a.m. R. —Sun. eve. Call 3166. Ask for Lynn ; Itch RW (2)—To New York City. L. Wednesday, April 1. Ret. Sun. April 5. Call 4933, Gene Weinstein. 2_tod 25.26 DW _^ prina _^ /_rccessoried • Hafts <• Bags <• Gloves • _Bloisea • ' Costume Jewelry _^mcLtt 123 S. Allen St. CLASSIFIED SECTION LOST—Will person who took • brown _gabardine coat by mistake_, in Sparks Bldg., please, call Lundy,'2982. 2tpd'24, 25 M. OUR 45th SPRING PRODUCTION V . \< -2 .J _ I n f ••wwssww- i '* y-v_^v WS_^_BBftfc. ¦ .., _r_^_xtis V: . '_^ Penn State _kesmans Presen "HIDE 'N PEEK" sar Leon _Rabinowitz Ted Clauss Jimmy _Leyden ml* March 27—7:30 P. M, March 28—7:00 P. M . "_»& *_w TICKETS ON SALE AT STUDENT UNION Particular People Prefer - . ... _Oitr • Corsages Order Early For IF Ball U: MAREMOR'S 222. W» Beaver Ave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 March 1942

Waring To Play 450 Vote On Honor Men Leyden's Song Krouse Named Spoon Man Baird_, Doherlyr Peters Lehman Also Selected Back in 1914 the songs "Victory" and "Nitlany Lion" by James A. Leyden, Sr. were good enough to be used as College tunes. Now "Nittany," a Thespian tune by James A. Leyden, Jr. '42, is good enough to be broadcast by Fred "Waring. • Waring selected the song from those sent him by the Thespians from their show "Hide 'n' Peek." He will play it on his regular program at 7 p. m. tomorrow over a national network. . This will be the third year that Waring has played a new Thespian tune. He is also planning to play some of the other numbers at night engagements. Besides playing Leyden's new song which may soon become one of the College songs, Waring is ar ranging to publish a Thespian program of the musical scores of four or five numbers from "Hide 'n' Peek." Students will get a chance to hear Leyden's newest at the show in Schwab Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Friday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 March 1942

Colorado School of Mines Summer Session July 6—Sept. 2 Engineering Courses Equivalent to Half May Be Completed a Semester s Work Chemistry; Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Petroleum Engineering; Descriptive Geometry; Engineering Drawing; Economics; English; Geology; Mathematics; Mining; Physics; Metallurgy. Also Field Courses in Geology, Metallurgy, Mining, Petroleum May 25 t'6 July 8; and Plane Surveying May 25 to July 3 ami July 27 to Sept. 5. For further information write Director of the Summer Session Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. BOTH SIDES WIN WHEN THEY TRADE AT KEELERS in the Cathaum Blda THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. _Successor to the Penn State Collegian ei-rabltMied 1904, and the Free Lance, established 188"! Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular _Colleae year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania _fitats _College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-oflice at State C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 March 1942

o o MAREMOR'S 222 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3151 Fencing Team Chooses Gimber, Riley Captains George A. Gimber '43 and Wallace M. Riley '44 were elected captains of the fencing team for next winter's season yesterday. Necessity for electing two captains arose from the speeded up College program under which Gimber, the senior captain will •have graduated in December, before the season is well started. The new captains will replace Bob Harder, this year's captain and Penn State's first fencing champion, who will be graduated in May. Nittany Wrestlers Arrive At Nationals; Bob Baird Awaits NCAA Boxing Pairings Liorf Captain Appears Ice-cold Coca-Cola is everything a dean, exciting taste... refreshment you can feel... quality you can trust. For complete-refreshment it's all you want and you want it all. Try it. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA You trust its quality In State College Call 3919 * * ¥ * ' ¦ v'' ' ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 March 1942

FOR RENT — 2nd floor room, double or single, for Gentile boys. Call at 625 N. Allen St. 2tpd 26, 27 M. TWO-ROOM Furnished Apartment, first floor, near campus. Suitable for one or two men or couple. Phone 2665. WRONG " SIZE—WuI_7person_ who erroneously exchanged brown suede jackets in- Sparks Building basement, Wednesday, please phone Reds, 4750. Rides Wanted RW—To Philadelphia for 2. L. April 1. R. April 2. C. Ted. 2960. 2 tch 25,26 RW (2)—To New York City. L. Wednesday, April 1. Ret. Sun. April 5. Call 4933, Gene Weinstein. 2tpd 25,26 DW RW ( D—Philadelphia—Lv. Sat. 10 a. m. Ret. Sunday night, C. Adeline, 3166. Leave number if not in. 2tpd 26,27 J HHK y> jp *c_^mffi_^ia»S3_KSt_^-i' 'i _r J HP$U_3 MITCHELLS' Dress Shoppe 120 E. College Ave. Shows at. 1:30, 3:00,-6:30, 8:3 STARTS TODAY The'War is on . . Between—the—Sexes James Thur _liers rollick_, iris opus about, the bookworm who turned ., when he discovered . . . the animal instinct! A Broad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

Interim Thespian Show IF Sing Finals Other Highlights Forgetting war worries temporarily in the midst of a gay, metropolitan Rec Hall setting, an expected 1,000 couples will dance to the melodies of Raymond Scott's "utra-modern" orchestra at Interfraternity Ball from 10 to 2 o'clock tonight, the . feature attraction of the first "big weekend" of Spring. ., Fraternity and non-fraternity men, coeds and imports, and others seeking to drown their care? will also attend performances of the Thespians' Spring production, "Hide 'n' Peek,'! in Schwab Auditorium at 7:30 p. m. today and .7 p. hi. tomorrow; and will still be !'going strong" at dances to be held at approximately 25 fraternities tomorrow night. ", Reminding -non-iraternity men that.they must obtain their invitations to . IF. Ball/_froip. fraternity Then, _Cofchairmen ,'Charles , F. Mattern .'42 . and Arthur .H. Shapiro '42; said that the'deadline for obtaining tickets at Student Union is 5 p. m. No tickets will be sold at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

After I. F. BALL It's The Corner unusual _FHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Colleeian established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. i Published daily except Sunday and Monday dunna' _tn<2 regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 193-4 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _/sSrSfc_*. Bus- an<* Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42<3 ^^K James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St, Phone 711 Phone 4372 Managing Editor This Issue Donald W. Davis. .lr Assistant Managing Editor Milton li. Dolrnger News Editor This Issue Robert E. Kinter Women's Editor Emily L. Funk '43 Sophomore Assistant - M. J. Winter Graduate Counselor Louis H. Bell Friday, March 27, 1942 'The Greeks Have A Way' Tumultuous Nittany valley will assume the guise...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

Welcome Back To Penn State Alumnae And Guests from i* NU GAMMA of Chi Omega A Beta Mu Chapter of P H A H 0 M i Welcomes —all-Alums and Guests G to— A Penn State WELCOME Pi Kappa Alpha BETA ALPHA CHAPTER Welcomes its many Inferfraternify Ball Dates and guests and wishes all the visitors to PENN STATE an enjoyable weekend Best Wishes For An Enjoyable Weekend For All from V.I TAU CHAPTER TA D EL TAU D El TA Welcomes Penn State Alumni and Guests for INTERFRATERNITY BALL WEEKEND The Annual Triangle-X Dude Ranch Dance SAT. 9-12 INVITATION ONLY m ** . i ]3i_^ EC E 5 ZETA CHAPTER ._^ I Ml H Kappa Delta Rho Welcomes Penn State's Guests PENN STATE CHAPTER _af DELTA CHI Heads Fraternity Elected For New Term The names of fraternity presidents elected for coming terms, some for semesters, some for full college year are: - ;.. Acacia — Robert J. Thorpe '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

THE TEKES of PI CHAPTER Tau Kappa Epsilon exfend welcome and besl wishes for an enjoyable week-end to Ihe guests of Penn Stale. n >*^i' _«»< »»< «»^«»>»< _i ^^m _^m_* t > ^^»» _i_^_bm i «» _>_m» m*< >^»«* PENNSYLVANIA THETA of Phi Delta The ta WELCOMES INTERFRATERNITY BALL GUESTS GAMMA SIGMA PHI WISHES YOU A PLEASANT WEEKEND Visitors 500 Guests Arrive Today For Festivities With guests pouring into town today for the annual Interfraternity Ball, Collegian has compiled a directory of the fraternity visitors. They are: THETA CHI Edna Hrbech, Wantagh, N. Y.; Gladys Wasson, Franklin; Betty Zonheiser, Franklin; Willa Weaver, Franklin; Marie McCormick, Tulsa, Okla.; Marjorie Carol, Ivin; Betty Astridge, East Orange, N. J.; Ruth Erbchman, Philadelphia; Ruth Leonard, Pottsville; M_, Matire, Pottsville. PHI EPSILON PI Betty Ohringer, Pittsburgh; Lucille Berg, New York City; Alice Smith, Lanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

The ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER * « of v A O Pi WELCOMES YOU to— PENN STATE Delta Alpha Chapter of KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL INTERFRATERNITY BALL GUESTS Welcome Alumni To IF Ball ZETA ZETA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 24 HOUR SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO! RESIDES +TAXI+ S. ALLEN ST. DIAL 3421 . ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR OUT OF TOWN TRIPS Sigm Ch ter ap a of Phi Sigm a Delta Extends A Cordial Welcome To lis Alumni and ALL Other \ \ \ \ fnfferffraferniffy Ball Guests (_B msts Flow Into State College ¦ "' (Cdniixiued from Page Four) PHI DELTA THETA Barbara Miller, ¦ • ' Doylestown; Pat Derr_, Lancaster; Jeari Clark; Pittsburgh; . THETA XI ~~ S>ue JRowland, Arlington, N. J.; Alice _Christenson, New Brunswick, N. J. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Doris Jean Knerr, Harrisburg; Peggie Gaylord, Mtv _; _Lebahpti; Marion • • :Hack; - •: Buckn'ellr: _Ofite Eoench; Pittsburgh; Marie Hirbhs, WilmingtoHj Del.; Barbar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

THE JEFFERSON DUO PHI GAMMA DELTA PHI KAPPA PS9 _; '! ;;: V; -''¦?- :^'; _v; : ; _£•*•• ¦{:-¦? . _* i«S.; ; .*#¥•;. ¦¦ . ¦ '-*'.: " i . "' •Wv^^*' '*^ -' fA __ ;_0.!-:-'V.;' - ,;_iVJ V_^_£vl'-\ V-'Y'V'* mi Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity was founded at Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pa., April 22, 1848. The Gamma Phi chapter at Penn State was established January 7, 1888 and was the first fraternity on the Penn State Campus. There are at present 73 chapters located throughout the United States and Canada. At present there are 42 active members of Phi Gamma Delta at Penn State with Irvin P. Thomp T son, Jr. at the wheel. Since the installation of the Penn State chapter, over 500 members have been initiated with many 'greats' listed among them. From the Gamma Phi chapter and other chapters have come such men as, C. W. Heppenstal, Alf Landon, William Seabrook, Newton D. Baker, and Calvin Coolidge. Pht Kappa Psi fraternity was founded at Jefferson College, located at Canonsburg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

_^_S f _ccNi! Dancing To ULTRA-MODERN MUSIC Played By-Raymond Scott, His Quintet, and His Orchestra IS _" W9 ¦ . _'— • W^» r L-. ' •^'g/ t* WHEN ? TONIGHT TIME? 10-2 PLACE? REC HALL INTERFRATERNITY BALL (Penn State's Biggest Weekend ETA mm si GMA EPSILON Wishes THE GUESTS OF PENN STATE THE BEST OF FUN OVER INTERFRATERNITY WEEKEND FOR YOUR IF DATE CIGARETTES • CANDY • NEWSPAPERS —at SONS GRAHAM and Where the Athletes Meet! TORSO HER _pMJfi / . . . Three nations wanted to buy her back ... because it carried . a mighty big secret! Paulette GODDARD Ray MILLAND ELECTED The CHOICE of Everyone in Hard Competition Awaits Gymnasts At NCAA Tourney The Penn State gym team will face a strong field when they compete in the NCAA tournament at the U. S. Naval Academy tomorrow afternoon. According to the contest officials 38 ranking performers have already entered with a few late entries still ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 March 1942

FOR I. F. WEEKEND All kinds of gingei ale and mixers Sandwiches and Ice Cream GLENNLAND GRILL All Night Friday Open Easy to follow this Arthur Murray Step to Daintiness! 8:30 class or 8_»30 date, guard your sweetness and charm the way Arthur Murray dancers do—with Odorono Cream. Non-greasy, non-gritty, gentle, no trouble to use—Odorono Cream ends perspiration annoyance for 1 to 3 days! _t Follow this easy Arthur Murray step to daintiness—get Odorono Cream today! 10p, 39(5, 59p sizes (plus tax). The Odorono Co New York _>. I FUU OZ. JAR—ONtY 39_< ((_Hus lax) D ¦RSP GIVES YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY o or WE HAVE IT ennis GOLF CLUBS WOODS and IRONS from - $2 to $10 GOLF BAGS - -. - $1.50 to $25 LEATHER or CANVAS GOLF BALLS And All Other Golf Accessories • ¦ _^ HERE ARE SOME REM BUYS Bobby IRONS WOODS IRONS WOODS $3 S4 S2 9£$? Jones 9_&_S _^s_^s Ky Laffoon 9_S; Women's Equipment S3.95 S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1942

3 Matmen Advance To Semi-Finals; Baird TKO's Schoff To Gain Finals Referee Stops Fight Midway In Third Round Special To The Collegian Baton Rouge, La., Mar. 27 — Lion boxing captain, Bob Baird, scored a third round TKO over his ancient rival Loren Schoff of Syracuse in the semi-final round of the twentieth annual NCAA boxing tourney held here tonight. Baird will meet Wisconsin's Warren Jollymore to decide the title winner in the _^ final bouts of the 145 class tomorrow night. Baird inflicted a. cut over Schoff's left eye in 1:22 of the third round when the referee stopped the melee. The Lion captain held the upper hand throughout the contest and probably would have won the bout on points if the fight had not been stopped. Baird, the only Penn State entry in the tournament, proved superior in punching power and boxing ability although the bout was close all the way. Jollymore inflicted, the second blemish on Baird's record this year at Madison, Wis., after Schoff had decisioned...

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