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

_^Arnnouncina—f\^ • BREAKFAST Cv • LUNCH hgt m DINNER 1 C'\ y Coffee Shop W' H 210 W. College Ave. Mrs. J. B. Hughes STATE COLLEGE:. PA f | THE MUSIC ROOM Welcomes You "Qpme In and Get Acquainted" f Radio Service \ - [ * Music Supplies ECORDS Glennland Building Dial mi WELCOME FROSH Since 1896 Graham and Son has been a tradition at Penn State. Stop off at the "A.C." for your afternoon refreshment. • Cigarettes •^P ipes • Tobacco • Magazines • Newspapers & SON GRAHAM Where the Athletes Meet Bronze or Ivory Student I. E. S. Lamps (Complete with Bulb) _IOOK FOR - THIS TAO WHEN YOU _iU« 53.50 HARTMAN ELECTRIC CO Glennland Bldg. Pugh St. Entrance Phone 4007 _SfcS Everything You Want Bread Sandwich Rolls Cookies Welcome Freshmen BAKERY ELECTRIC Call 3121 S. Allen Si 24 HOUR SERVICE IS OUR MOTTOl RESIDES TAXI 112 S. ALLEN ST. DIAL 3421 ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR OUT OF TOWN TRIPS WELCOME, FRESHMEN A Go...

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

relEnvited You i iOri every College Campus thefe is a traditional shopping place for those who seek correct _UiuWsity Clothing and' accessories. At Penn State you will find ft to be Jack Harper. Here's a hearty invitation for you to come|ivand get acquainted with the store that Penn State Men Built. ¦ I * L Tailor Hatter Habergj'asmer "A Penn State Institution" OPEN EVENINGS NEXT TO THE MOVIES We/come, Freshmen May We Help You To Satisfy Your Needs! THIRTEEN COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS Prescriptions Medicines Cosmetics Cigarettes Toilet Goods Stationery Cameras Candy and Nuts Vitamins Dentrifices Greeting Cards First Aid • • Competent Registered Pharmacist Always Your Service At COMPLETE FOUNTAIN and FOOD SERVICE Breakfast—Lunch—Dinner McLANAHAN'S DRUG STORE A Walgreen Agency Store Welcome Freshmen We are prepared to serve your evei need while at Penn State flower y CORSAGES A SPECIALTY STATE COLLEGE FLOR...

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

ENGINEERS AND MINERAL IND. STUDENTS Everydu y Needs Keuffel and Esser Dietzgen, Weber Drawing Materials Keuffel and Esser Slide Rules Weber, Windsor—Newton Artist Materials Marks, Kents, Peele, Standard Hand Books Pen and Pencil Sets Shaeffer, Wahl and Waterman PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY STUDENTS Chemistry Hand Book—Reference Books Remington Portable Typewriter Keuffel and Esser Chemist Slide Rule White and Black Lab Aorons • Pennants and Stickers • Alarm Clocks • Laundry Cases Liberal Arts, Arts & Letters, Education Students • Lamps Webster Collegiate Dictionary Fillers For AH Size Note Books Hammermill Typing Paper National Loose Leaf Note Books • Bound Note Books • Greeting Cards • memory Books AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS • Inks—-Script, Quink, Waterman Reference Books For AH Courses Blotter Pad and Calendar Plain and Dye Stamped Stationery S Goods rti j DO nq m For A <?^ AT THE • e ic...

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

J gars, Cand mag • C S Fountain ervtce Y az L nes L Allen Street _SwiraSiisEiBiSSSitei^^ Sat., Mon.. Tue., Sept. 12. 14, IS ABBOTT and COSTELLO VIRGINIA BRUCE -; in "Pardon My Sarong" Saturday Buck Jones Sept. 12 Tim McCoy in "Riders Of The West" plus 'SPY SMASHERS Chap. No. ? Thurs..- Fri. Ray Milland Sept. 10-1 Betty Fiel 1 in "Are Husbands Necessary?" Thurs. - Fri. Mickey Rooney in Sepl. 10-11 Lewis Stone "The Courtship Of Andy Kardy" Thur., Fri., Sat., Sept. 10, 11, 12 BETTY GRABLE John Payne Victor Mature in "Footlight Serenade" Occasions NITTANY PRINTING PUBLISHING COMPANY a Dial 4868 119 S. Frazier St _^g gg_^v_. < UNION lffitffLABEU> ^^_IBHBBBHBHBHBHBb Mon., Tues., Wed., Sept. 7, 8, GARY GRANT JEAN ARTHUR _{ RONALD COLMAN in "The Talk Of The Town" Hi Frosh We Ckrry A Complete \ Line of I Karmel Korn DELICIOUSSATISFYING—WHOLESOME NEED WE SAY MON! some for yourself! ¦...

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

WELCOM FROSH E for latest H AIR STYLE c Lambert Lo LLLSe BANK THE PEOPLES NATIONAL Welcomes The Freshman Class to welcome you to State College and eager to serve all the resources and services at our disposal. We are happy you with Account We Suggest A Checking A Checking Account Provides by check The Convenience of • paying Valuable receipts in the form of cancelled checks fire and burglary Protection of funds against loss by A Means of transferring funds to distant points. , *_w !* SS_^_aMisffetl_^ ' _. 'tSV? Welcome Frosh The Milkshake Store and Restaurant 12$®* _^ Meal Tickets $3.00 and $5.00 CLIFF'S 145 S. Allen St / - FROSH / H B Were Headquai For ters i -2% Latest and Newest Campus Styles Dresses - Skirts SuitS; Slacks , Reversibles Lingerie mm \ _i i r I ***** Paterson Hosiery Shop Ave E. College 134 _^...

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

Welcome Back For The New Colleg You will find here the facilities, the resources, and the co-operation e Year that Iyou need . We shall be very glad our best attention to your lo welcome interests if to make the most of your opportunity if you are or to continue to give as a new depositorare already with us you you NATIONAL BANK THE FIRST Of STATE COLLEGE OF FEDERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION .1! . 9' MEMBER REAUTE HOTEL SALON esnman FOR DATES THAT m s_* m RATE _, ~. **_stJ ¦ * < _^ *?¦_# y and _Shapey ed Hair Cutting t&®*£ -51 ' Over Corner Room Fall Means Football Before and after the game jwe are at your service' with delicious ' .i food at any time .-' FresnrrMn _^_i A "must" on your College /life at Stale is the Post House? for: • Luncheons • Fountain Service • Breakfasts • Dinners We. serve you or you serve yourself!} Meal Tickets $5.50 for $5.00 T...

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

/ & _^_etits - —-~¦— . / the „eA7m _»ch _<i0 v ' ¦ ^~ -_^ _^o_» ;•, 't} ie rvw, "'J _# £>« _^ / r*" 0 % editor , - W £ _^_"«/ i. * . I.-._H.. ; '. ' - : - ' ' r i _; .1 •¦ _> : i. . s I - ,i i. : -i i i ._< FOR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER Also enter subscription for my son or daughter Name Address PRICES By Carrier By Mail Semester $1.75 Semester ...... $2.25 One Mail and One Local Subscription For One Semester—$3.50 £ Welcome ' JspfS-a Frosh.! «_-*_k ^•r We carry a complete line of Nelly Don and Minx Mode fashions Featuring: Dresses, Suits, Slacks, Seam Proof Slips, Lingerie in Munsing Wear MITCHELL'S DRESS SHOPPE 124 E. COLLEGE Mr. Robert Edgerly Circulation Manager THE DAILY COLLEGIAN State College, Pa. Enclosed please find check for $ covering my subscription to THE DAILY COLLEGIAN. Name Address City _- Coeds Hold Power In WSGA WRA Will Summon Following the federal government's plan, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

Late News Flashes... MOSCOW — Russian report yesterday indicated that the So viels were epparenlly holdini their own on both the Sialingra< and Caucasian battle fronts. Thi Russians reported that the Ger mans were being held at the Black Sea port of Noveressisk, ; vital point claimed by the _Naai to have elready fallen into thei: hands. CAIRO — Marshal Rommel'! German desert troops are appar _sntly continuing their withdraw il in the vicinity of EI Alemair after being turned back by th< British Eighth Army. Wendell Willkie in turkey was claiminc i rather complete victory for irw British though it was admitted that Rommel's retreat had been made in good order. CHUNGKING—Rumors circu-.ating among diplomatic quarters lere indicated, increasing tension _between Japan and Russia and :he reported refusal by the Soviets of certain Japanese denands. WASHINGTON — The State Department has just rejected iummarily the protest lodged by he Vichy government against _American bom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

_^ _Arn _^rnvltatlon Freshmen—I am taking this opportunity to wel come you to Penn State invitation to visit me at . . And am extending an any time. Of course you know that your personal appearance means a great deal here at State . , . and as graduates have said for 30 years, "For College men, Fromm's have the biggest selection of smart nationally advertised clothing, furnishings, and shoes in town— and at the right prices, too." Come in and browse around, lilorriA _Zrromm College Book Stor and Record Shop _*m |-<EGS Leave to inform the Students of the College that a Complete Affortment of TEXT BOOKS, both NEW and SLIGHTLY USED, may be Purchafed at the STORE on Beaver Avenue near the Allen cresL We trust we shall be able to give Satisfaction to all who may Please to Favor Us. for the ngnt tning m college shoe styles see our fine selection of ROTC SHOES We have an excellent line of approved ROTC shoes built for both their style and their comfort. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

FOR YOUR 0r ' _aT ¦_€ USED & NEW ALL COLLEGE COURSES \rAs_> ? _^ _^ Ar tists ^*S_* Su pplie s Drawing Materials Rental Library College Supplies * * * GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING YOUR TEXTS Room 8, Carnegie kail Freshmen and Sophomores Are Required To Attend FROSH It Pays to Spick and Look Span a good start _*1 §F » Frosh—get off to this semester. If you cannot get new clothes, let us clean, press, and repair your old ones. We also have a quick dependable laundry service. _SS Let Us Help You Keep Well Dressed College men demand well-cleaned and correctly pressed clothes for that "smooth" look. ¦ Safe A s The Hiland Shop & _» 2201/_s Allen Si. Dial 3171 MEETING OF ALL COLLEGIAN SOLICITORS TONIGHT Choir, Glee Club Fry-Outs Monday Preliminary try-outs for positions in the College Choir and tho Men's Glee Club will be held in. Carnegie Hall, 7 p. m., Monday. September 14, the mus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS Official Gym Uniforms-Golf-Tennis-Baseball-Swimming-Fishing 'Penn State Sport Shirts-Jackets-Hats Etc. CAMERAS-FILMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES Etc Playing Cards-Card Tables-Greeting Cards - Magazines Post Cards - Luggage - Hand bags-Gladstones-Trunks-Brief Cases-Bill Folds SHOP AT METZGERS 111-115 Allen SI PENN STATE 1915 Slate College, Pa TEXT BOOKS-Both New and Used-STUDENT SUPPLIES-SLIDE RULES-MECHANICAL DRAWING MATERIALS Stationery With Penn State Seal 45c and up Student Desk Lamps Fountain Pens-$1.00 to $15.00 Blotter Pads Loose Leal Note Books 35c to $7.50 Parcel Post Laundry Cases Penn State Jewelry-Pennants-Stickers Alarm Clocks-Watches in Town and on Campus A Common Expression You Can Get It At METZGERS" FRESHMEN! WELCOME TO PENN STATE RUSSELL LODGE 424 W. Beaver Ave ROOM and BOARD Showers Phone 3237 Bischoff Plans Extensive Intramural Program course befoi-e they are eligible for entry. _^ Glennland pool will be the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

Dorotny Gray Liquid Leg-Show $1.00 Way Indirect :_3_A STUDENT LAMPS Three different intensities of light to,suit your needs. Tiltable shade directs light where needed. Only $1 mm _^Mw_^ m^^_8_$ 3-Way Bulb, 25c Extra College Seal STATIONERY Old Main Seal 24 sheets' CQC 24 envelopes D*f Hammermiil Bond 24 _Sheets £QC 24 envelopes \ )V Economy Box 36 sheets with seal _«7QC 24 plain sheets •«/ 50 envelopes Miners Suntan Make-up Liquid f0c-25c-50c Dorothy Gray _Vi Price Sale $2.00 Size DRY SKIN CLEANSER . $2.00 Size SALON COLD CREAM . . $2:00 LIQUIFYING CLEANSING CREAM $1 » This Offer Is Limited. Buy Now !! Elmo Photo-Finish Make-up $1.50 HERE'S _REAL VALUE CASCADE F0UNTAM PEN Two-tone gold point, irridium tipped for long wear. Lucite section in barrel tells you when ink supply is running low. Has many features of more expensive fountain pens . . . yet its cost is surprisingly low. One Day Only Wednesday 89c While Slock Lasts...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

AT THE • ore. euc nc. _**x OPEN EVENINGS OPPOSITE MAIN GATE PHONE 2158 PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY _SIODEMTS HANDBOOK DRAWING KIT LAB APRON SLIDE RULE STENCILS TENNIS RACKETS & BALLS GOLF CLUBS & BALLS SWEAT SUITS OFFICIAL GYM SUITS STATIONERY-i-PEN—PENCILSLAUNDRY CASESALARM CLOCKSDESK PADS ENGINEERING STUDENTS DRAWING SETS—K & E—DIETZGEN SLIDE RULE—K & E HAND BOOKS T-SQUARE & BOARD ANGLES & CURVES PENCILS—ERASERS New and Used uisiae Ice & Storage Co Phone 842 WELCOME FROSH v'f S V ,% YOU CAN DEPEND ONUS I**' L for Satisfactory Laundry Service LAUNDRY PENN STATE H20 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3261 er a crystal-pure, ci'acked ice in the Hospitality Pack Cool Drinks-For Yom Refreshment. 60 Candidates Report For Fall Football Practice Soccermen To Resume Practice Sessions With their first contest with Gettysburg, October 3, less than a month away, Coach Bill Jeffr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

'Attend Rally, Says Ramaley All freshman and transfer women are reminded by Margaret K. Ramaley '44, acting WRA president, to attend the WRA Sports Rally scheduled for White Hall gymnasium at 2 p. m. Saturday. Pauline Grossman '43, WRA secretary, will serve as mistress of ceremonies, as she starts the program by introducing WRA officers. Following this there will be a presentation of skits by club and intramural representatives dramatizing various WRA activities. After students are given the opportunity to sign up for clubs, the program will continue with folk dancing, a tour of White Hall, and will close with serving of refreshments. ' According to Adele J. Levin '44, WRA activities chairman, clubs will set up booths, identified by signs, around the gymnasium. Prrictice for skits will be held in White Hall at 10 a. m. Saturday. Immediately following the rally, WRA is planning to initiate new students in the art of "how to become a good Penn State overnight hiker." A group wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 September 1942

She's Bett r. * Special in expose of the actual methods used by Hitler to _sprerd the defeatist philosophy through France! "DIVIDE AND CONQUER" ALSO—— "HOBBY HORSE LAFFS" NEWS AND CARTOON > ' \/—' - 9 Subscribe NOW! /+. _^ • Student Union • Collegian Office • Camnus Solicitors IHE DAILY COLLEGIAN $1.75 for Semester Remember—October 10 is the COLLEGIAN DANCE Music By-PENN STATE ARISTOCRATS Admission by Collegian Dance Ticket Only The Daily Collegian Carnegie Hall A Subscription To Please Charge Nam Address Price—$1.75 Payable _iOctober 17, 1942 At AND I P"» _A »^80Ng IHIS IHEM11E I _% : v ¦ - • Thurs. - Fri. • When a straying husband "whiffles" with a female wolf . . . should his wife burn? ¦ Trc HUSBANDS /'St FACULTY MEMBERS Charge your Daily Collegian subscription. Just fill out coupon and send by campus mail to Collegian office. Mr. Robert Edgerly PSCA Forum Will Organize Mac Hal] W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 September 1942

Late News Flashes... LONDON — British warships and planes pounded the Island base at Madagascar heavily in an effort to lessen the defenses of the Vichy-controlled island. It is reported that the U. S. government has .given its consent to the major assault. NEW YORK CITY—Fritzi Zivic decisioned Red Cochrane in a tenround non-title bout in Madison Square Garden last evening. Cochrane's low blows in several rounds added to his defeat. LONDON—King Leopold of Belgium was offered his freedom if he would negotiate with German officials in establishing the Nazi form of government among the Belgian population. MOSCOW—-The defenders of Stalingrad are being pushed back slowly toy the large Nazi offensive drive. The Germans are now concentrating their forces on a frontal attack for a quick and decisive victory. LONDON — Prime Minister Churchill stated that the British government will offer no new compromise to the Gandhi clan. The treaty presented by Cripps of several months ago was the fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 September 1942

FLORSHEM SHOES JAYSON SHIRTS J ARM AN SHOES SHOBLE HATS SEE OUR WINDOWS FROMM'S OPPOSITE OLD MAIN CBAFT FALL SUIT For That Collegiate Look lam. You'll find your requirements in our large selection of * Skirls • Sweaters Blouses Anklets Accessories m You'll find it wise to _< l patronize the Smart Shop chins U _^ expenses P% When You Wear A _- PENN STATE PLAYERS GET ACQUAINTED SHINDIG TRYOUTS FOR ACTORS, TECHNICIANS ALL CLASSES Monday, September 14 Auditorium 7 P. M THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Boiler Penn Slate" _Established 1940. Successor to thta Penn State Collegian, tstablifitied 1904. and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during thi regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania ?tate College. Entered as second-class natter July B, 1934 at the Post-office at Stat* College, Pa., ender the act of March 8, 1879. Editor -fi_@B5fc_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 **$_&amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 September 1942

SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS Uniforms - Golf - Tennis - Baseball - Swimming - Fishing Penn State Sport Shirts - Jackets - Hats Etc. Official Gym Efc IMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES CAMERAS-F Playing Cards - Card Tables - Greeting Cards - Magazines Post Cards - Luggage Hand bags Gladstones - Trunks - Brief Cases - Bill Folds SHOP AT METZGERS 111-115 Allen St PENN STATE 915 State College Pa _tf i * Both New and Used-STUDENT SUPPLIES-SLIDE RULES-MECH ANICA DRAWING MATERIALS TEXT BOOKS L Stationery With Penn State Seal 45c and up Fountain Pens-$1.00 to $15.00 Loose Leal Note Books 35c to $7.50 Penn State Jewelry-Pennants-Stickers Student Desk Lamps Blotter Pads Parcel Post Laundry Cases Alarm Clocks-Watches in Town and on Campus Common _Expression A "You Can Get It At METZGERS" FRESHMEN! WELCOME TO PENN STATE nininn Spot Make This Your isiiiuiy _S_^tate _oLJ lner f_^enn (Home Away From Home) 130 W. College Ave. State Colle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 September 1942

FOR YOUR TEXT BOOKS USED a NEW COLLEGE COURSE ALL C Drawing Materials Artists Supplies Rental Library College Supplies * * GET OUR PRICES B EFORE BUYING YOUR TEXTS _rtiR^^_shWB_^iifffegigsaaasj * _ ¦ . -" _. v .-.-L - -.— Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 7:00, 9:00 • Sat. - Mon. - Tues. • THEY'RE ALL OUT FOR WIMMIN! _ffi_^_T_^'i* r _tWMWWSw with VIRGINIA BRUCI ROBERT PAIGE NANN WYNNE LEIF ER_1CKS0R Extra Are you a whisperer for Hitler? See . . "Mr. Blabbermouth" also "Parachute Athletes' V Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 7:00, 9:00 • Now Cavortinq • _eerf of/_fa _vigSS* • Special An expose of the actual methods used by Hitler to spread the defeatist policy _thrcfugh France! "Divide and Conquer" ALSO — CARTOON "HOBBY HORSE LAFFS" Welcome to State How To Get the Most Out of State Remember your studies come first. Keep them up with good study habits. After this is done, try to get as mu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 September 1942

5-Day Pledging Total Reaches 463 Although still far short of the all-time high set in last Fall's rushing season, fraternity pledging lists reached a total_^f 463 yesterday after five days ofpledging. Leader in the pledging was Pi Lambda Phi with 20, followed closely by Phi Kappa Psi with IP new men. Lists were not yet' complete as five fraternities had not reported to Student Union and indications were yesterday that the final total would approach the alltime record. Other leaders were Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Sigma Delta, and , Phi Epsilon Pi with 17 each, Sigma Alpha Epsilon with 16, and Delta Upsilon_, Theta Kappa Phi, and Alpha Sigma Phi with 15 each.' The pledges according to their houses follow: Acacia: Robert Dinoff, Stanley Kruger, Richard Morgan, Jack Rolin, Leonard Weidner, James Atherton, Jack Ennis, Alfred Lovell, David Sims. Alpha Chi Bho: -Wilson Brown, John Bryer, William _Farraghan, James Griffith, Donald Surtizere, Robert Ruth. Alpha Chi Sigma: Robert Booth, Edward...

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