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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

I * > I GAMMA ! SIGMA PHI WISHES YOU A PHEASANT i. F. WEEKE» *rt _ISBppc _mkmM SwTlWl_^KJi-i, '. _^ .'- ¦ _g^|p#_if ^•• ¦ -. ' ¦ ''•' -' •• ¦ ¦ '••' PfJfPt"'- _W_'-' '" ¦ "'- • ' i iiiiAKHv' ^^_H' /-,',:_":'...' < ' t '¦'¦ ' "¦ - _P_^i p-_^'j'::».-• -.- :-• _P^^S_^_S_^_V*_-"*^ •'• «•* ' • • fr_^y-_^ *<-.'>* .. •.-'''. ¦ ¦ jQ§§^$^''''; •-''• »_S '_: ¦:¦'.',..':., ¦:¦ SaJMlti _fe • '"'*<•' ¦ l_^_u esis _Jr?-ft D .. • ¦ *;¦ ¦;':-•'¦>• ¦"¦'- BETA _wy SIG c Week . ^•ili.-lV-_^ «*• Penn Slate Chapter «•<«<• .-» fciKVJ-, es<r_*:-..*< _Acdcic EXTENDS ITS f||_0!NeS _GuesttOn Our Campus To The Many This Weekend _; ~ _- "._p _'_- < Defense Training Shingles Ready (Continued from Page Two) H Baer. Gabriella M. Bisignani. J Elizabeth A. Bower, John W. K Boyle, Sara Ann Barr. Willard B. g|| Birtley, Abraham Baker, David HI N. Back, Jane...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

MF/&f _CfrOP£Mrff We Want To Know HOW IS YOUR COLLEGIAN' DELIVERY? No matter ihow hard a newspaper may wish to please its readers it cannot do so unless each morning's edition is delivered. Because of numerous changes of address, new subscriptions, and filing errors there may be some irregularities in Daily Collegian circulation. We wish to correct these errors as soon as possible and ask your cooperation. Our Office Will Be Open If you do not receive your Daily Collegian inform us at once. We will do our best to insure delivery as soon as legitimate-complaints are received. Staff members have been assigned to special office duty at the following hours: BUT CHECK THESE 1_. Did you renew your onesemester subscription? 2. Did you report a change of address? 3. Did you report the correct address? 8:15 a. m. to .11:45 a 1 p. m. to 5:38 p. m 7 to 9 p. m. Monday . m. Monday through _Saturday Monday through Friday through Pridav The Best Time—4 p, m. to 5 p.m....

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

ATTENTION FRATERNITIES Make Porter and Weber your headquarters for paints, wax, and other supplies for repairing and decorating your house. Painting and Repairing Estimates Made • tmlm & Weber 123 S. FRAZIER PHONE 2793 33 Fraternities Host To 400 IF Guests (Continued from Pago Two) Walker, Carolyn LeWorthy, Marian Boughner, Mary Cogswell, Grace Goodlin, Ruth M. Storer, Mary Thompson, Thelma Yager, Shirley Gauker, Marorie O'Dell, ¦ Phyllis Sherr, Betty Simmers, Barbara Foriey, Peggy Clark, Ann Gregory. Louise Saunder, June Daniels, Frances Howell, Delores Wargo, Pat Patton, Pat Malone, Deane Curry, Kitty Vogel, Betty Story, Helen Massie, Jane Ammerman, Barbara Herkness, Virginia <Ruch, Connie Lynch, Alethia Krecker, Pat Kuenyli, Louise Le Gorre, Ruth Krimmel, Joyce Magnuson, Betsy Ann Peach, Patricia McDaniel, Bobbie Longenecker , Caro- Moore, Margie Roberts, Fellmuth. Phi Epsilon Pi •Deanne Levine, Jackie Dorothy Miller, Mary Yoder, lyn Fisher, Kay H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1942

State's Hew Cheer Introduced at last night's pep rally, the new "locomotive" yell will be led by the College 12-man cheerleading squad at this afternoon's game with Bucknell, . The cheer, as it has been_^_evMed_.'is:: , . _- Ssssssssssssss--. , .. BOOM' Rah! Rah! Penn State . Rah! Rah! Penn State Rah! Rah! Penn State • Rah.' .Rah.' Rah.' Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! • P-E-N-TST State! ¦»' Air Raid Warning May Come During A Football Game Workers Asked To Carry Arm Bands At All Times Preparing for any eventualities, even to a, daylight air raid during a football game, the Centre County and Campus Council of Defense has issued orders for Civilian Defense workers to keep their arm bands on their person at all times. Air raid protection authorities feel that, a raid signal may be flashed from the Harrisburg center during: a daytime public gathering in the near iuture_^.and'hava ¦accordingly "given warning j to workers. The alert will be a surprise, and may even come during today's ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1942

First. _Hatiomal.- Bamk Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE DAILY COLLEGIAN . "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1901. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _durinfif the _veuular _CollcKC year by the students of The Pennsylvania Slate ColleRe. Entered as second-class mattr July !>. 1934 .it the Post-office at State College. Pa., under the *ct ol _Ittarch 8, 1879. Editor _^BBSs- Bus " and _Adv - Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 _^SBiBS_^ Leonard E. Bach '43 _Managing Editor Donald Webb Hows Editors Sully Hirshhci'it. Jane Murphy Assistant ManaKinB Editor ... Steve Siniehnk {Assistant News Editors — T.ee Frccdmnn. Lee Learner .Advertising _Manager Pbliip V. Mitchell _Assistant Advertising Miinairoi- John D. Neel Graduate Counselor Louis H. Bell Saturday, October 3. 1942 The Art Of Cheering When the Nittany Lions take the field against Bucknell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1942

» • ¦.. LOYAL AND TRUEHAIL ALMA MATER WITH HER WHITE AND BLUE With the opening game of the Nittany Lions, interest and loyalty to the team is running high. These State College merchants are sponsoring this space to give our team a big send-off on a Victorious Season. LION SCHEDULE GOT, 3 OCT. 10 OCT. 17 OCT. 24 OCT. 31 NOV, 7 NOV. 14 NOV, 21 NOV. 28 BUCKNELL .. LEHIGH CORNELL . COLGATE W. VIRGINIA SYRACUSE PENN PIT* PITT Y_^fir NITTANY NEWS CO. PUGH ST, RADIO SERVICE # CLARK MOTOR CO. JACK FROST O'BRYAN MOTOR CO. J|r FRASER COAL CO. _i _' KAYE'S KORNER _^ CROSS ROAD RESTAURANT CENTRAL PENNA. GAS CO. H. E. NORRIS. CABINET WORK But Lamdrf Problems? HOi Even a Freshman soon learns how to handle Laundry Problems—just send your laundry hpme by Railway Express — and have it returned to you the same way. You'll find it's really no problem at all. Low rates include pick-up and delivery at no extra charge; within our regular vehicle limits, in all citi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 October 1942

Best _Wishes For a Goom Time From' the Pennsylvania State Chapter / Rh.o Thetci Phi Alpha Wishes All Complete F. Guests A Weekend lion _Oridders Clash With Bisons En Season Football Opener Today ¦ (Continued from page one) _Jiis running mate, are sure starters. But in reserve, Higgins has three top-flight subs in Leo No-Tiile, Steve Suhey, and Reid Mc-Closky. With sophomore , star Johnny Wolosky out of competition with a twisted knee, it looks as though Captain Palazzi will have to _w'houlder a majority of the play at the center position. Untried reserve material is present; however, in the persons of Orient Marf._elia, junior reservist, and Bob (Brooks, 185-pound senior. In the _backfield, the scoring punch will depend on the running and passing of Sparky Brown, and the line plunging of Jack Banbury, -Cliff St. Clair and giant Aldo Cenci will do the backfield btocking, as well as occasional ground gaining. Only experienced reserves in the backfield' are Bo...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 October 1942

Slate Speech Head Prof. Joseph F. O'Brien, men's vai'sity debate coach, was elected to the presidency _v of the Pennsylvania Speech Association in the state-wide organization's . annual conference in Harrisburg Saturday. Mass Meeting Opens Campaigns Tonight Candidates To Speak Taylor Starts First Motion Picture Work With. M-G-M Studios Having signed a moving picture contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios in Hollywood, Donald Taylor, '42, former member of Penn State Players, started work on his first picture yesterday, according to a telegram'received by Robert H. Hen-man '44, this " past weekend. Taylor passed his screen test early in the Spring, but when he faced possible ' induction into the Army no further tests were given, Herrman said. Spotted in a further _shoeing of his early test, Taylor' was changed to; what Herrman called, "a pretty boy." Further details about the- picture and his part have not as yet arrived. ¦^Taking leading parts in at least eight stu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 October 1942

UUe, ZJke vUotnen Don't Smooth Up— THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Khlulil' mlied 1040. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established IflO-t, and the Free Lance, established 1337, Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the WWibir College year by the students oE The Pennsylvania SI.ila College. Entered as second-class mattr July li, 1934 n\, the Post-office at State College. Pa., under Uie act ol M-jrch 8, 1879. Editor ._^SSBw Bus- ai»d Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <_aQS 8_^ Leonard E. Bach *43 Klitorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hal) 119.121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 _lilitorinl Staff—Women"s Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zuknuskas '43; Sports Editor—Bonald W. Davis '43; Assistant' Managing Editor -Dominlck 11. Golab '43; Feature Editor-David ' Samuels '43! News Kditor—Robert E. Schooley '43; Assistant Sports Editor - Hiehnrd S. Stebblns "43; Assistant Worn-em's Editor—"Edith L, _Phnith '4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 October 1942

Have you a ticket io The Collegian Dance? If you don'l there is still time to purchase a Collegian subscription at the Collegian Office, $1.50 per semester MUSIC BY THE PENN STATE ARISTOCRATS Mdanahans 124 S. ALLEN Cod Liver Oil, pint - - 98c A Complex Capsules - - $1.09 Vitamin A&D Tablets 100_'s $1.19 Olafsen Halibut Capsules 100 s - $1.39 Aytol Capsules 100's - $2.29 Olafsen ABDG Capsules 25's 69c Cpd Liver Oil Tablets - - 98c Nalola lOcc - - 63c Brewer _Yeasi Tablets - 89c Vitamin B Rothman Announces Dates For Club's Annual Archery Tournament Florence Rothman '43, WRA Archery Club president, announced last night that All-College tourna ments would take place from 4 to rollment is a reliable indication, 5:30 p. m. Wednesday and Thurs- more and more women are taking dav. advantage of the shortage of men Tournaments will be run off in a Columbia round, with shooting being done from 50, 40, and 30 yards_. One practice end is required for each roun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 October 1942

THE BATHE OF MIDWAY' a MORNING; STAR. TROTWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE MOVED Our Offices Are Now Located at 143 1 Frailer St ¦ur<WAR nomas and stamps-hbrs Lion Gridders, Booters Topple Bisons, Bullets In Initial Tilts PriffcHard Sparks 7-0 Wirt; Bucknell Next Higginsmen Prepare For Lehigh Game Lion Standout . With the Bucknell Bisons safely disposed of—but not until aftet a precarious tussle—the Nittany Lion gridders settled down lasl evening for the first of four days of practice before they meet the Lehigh Engineers in Bethlehem this Saturday. * Reporting back to Coach Bob Higgins, Frosh Coach Marty Mc-Andrew, who scouted Lehigh when the Engineers tangled with Yale Saturday, . indicated that the Engineers aren't going to be as much of a pushover as many at first believed. Lehigh has a powerful outfit that only needs to have the rough edges-worked off before becoming a' really potent football machine," lie stated. Before 10,000 fans- who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 October 1942

Walking, Talking Abraham Lincoln Pops UplnOldMain '44, '46 Presidential Candidates Stress War Programs In Opening Addresses 500 Attend Official Campaign Sendoff Presidential Candidates s m Robert B. Davis _M4 (I) Jack R. Grey '44 (C) S Perm State's Fall semester student political campaign is roaring ahead on all cylinders today. The battle for votes that will be climaxed by Friday's election was officially opened last night by lionald W. Davis '43, Elections Committee chairman, at a mass meeting of freshmen and juniors. Within a few moments after Davis declared -the campaign open, student politicians of both parties swung into action. Publicity representatives of both junior class parties swept through town and campus buildings, putting up posters supporting their cause. A house-to-house "vote drive had begun in one of the town "districts" by 7:30, a class o.1' '44 clique leaders stated last night. Almost 500 students, most of them "dinked" first - semester fre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 October 1942

R§ #^^^|^^^^|_if|^'i_^ _fef^^''^^ ^^_Myp_^_j), _'^^^^ •_J>—^ War Bomds t%«. _IVII.ICUf nmolMiMlr_.ME. -_* w_* _r > >"_^r > THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" B,.i._ablinh»i liHO. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, cr._Libliahcii 190.1. anil tho Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the i-.-iiular CoUcko year by the students ol Tho Pennsylvania i3l-ita ColleKc. Entered as second-class mnttr July 5. 1931 til the Post-office at State College. Pa., under the act ol _Mfyeh 8. 1879. Editor -dfiBifehv Bus* and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 _^_BaP0, Leonard E. Bach '43 _Rdit.orial and Business Office , Downtown Office Carttejrie Hall 119-121 South Frnzier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women" ! Editor—Louise M. I'uoss M" ; ManaitinB Editor—Herbert J. Zuknuskas '43; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Domlnfclt 1.. Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels '43: News )...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 October 1942

ARRID Can Be Purchased at Hea & Derick s "Next to the Bank Clock" OPENING MITTEN'S DRESS SHOP • Suits t • Dresses • Sweaters • Skirts-Slacks • Blouses • Hats ••- WE INVITE YOU to see our smart, economical clothes for quality conscious women in town and on the campus. Every garment, is up to the minute in stvle and bound to be_'a "hit" this Fall and Winter ... So ladies . . . be sure to put Mitten's Ladies' Shop opening on vour "must" list ... -w_^ Shop at Mitten's for Smart Ledies' and Men's Wear PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen Si. in Charles Fellow Shop _Javvecs To Mmi Alpha Chi Sig, Phi Ep, ¦£_•"*!*!;¦ ThetaXi Win IM Tilts McAndrews Has Squad Numbering Over 50 Phi Sigs Lose Title; New Champs Assured ,' * , With over 50 candidates at his I command, Junior Varsity Coach I.Marty McAndrews will lead his /squad, composed mostly of freshmen, against the B team of Cornell Saturday afternoon on New Beaver Field. Ever since the be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 October 1942

f.m VICTORY Dickey _TP _1 To fill the need created by today's greajt popu larity- of suits, simple dresses, sweaters, and sportswear.. You'll Find it Wise- to -Patronize the Smart Shop i-' .WiB-'EfB '• •.„ With | _- _-> ;-FMI(MlieS«_EHT _£_<.4fubr-LiiiK »_K:_^,-v-l »* MARSHALL G&_EMKUUm ..BX.DG DAMCtIO . ,- . . _'¦ -,• _v ¦ ¦':;¦ . - . j_' '*!>J THEMEtODI_^ STRAINS OF The Penn State Aristocrats If s still not too late to gel a ticket By- pu_^_feasihg a subscription at the - rCpllegiani Of nee sermsten RED HAUL SAT, O0T-3O Vf s DMIN r-dr -'##ii**ltf /iv :_*. -WKB "dPi_^_k 'fr_^ 'WE UK ««».]» 10»!KMW8_'^»*^H_^. _, *» 'S. • ' • ": " >W» 4tt^'-WIMOHI _*_WAWERffi_®US|^_Wrt |« ¦ M*f i -flr"r-V— htr-i iiima jjjjiJ_» ¦ ¦- W"««_vj«'_^W vt\ _<WM _«v *«< HELD OVER ^^ _CTflnrlnn_^HI A W'-l 1 fl I* ' ! ¦'*£'/¦ ¦ today ~ _^ THTTR«_i •' ¦ 1:3 °* 3S3 ° HUT-WAR BONDS AND' STAMPS-HIRI BWOC E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1942

Leaves PSCA Harry W. Seamans, genera secretary of the Penn State Christian Association, has been granted a year's leave to accept a position with the National Housing Agency in Washington, D. C. Seamans, CA Secretary, Dance Ticket carrier, $2-by mail. The "from the campus to the camps" campaign is going into its last Week, with several more organizations swinging_, in line with contributions to the fund. These subscriptions have gone to camps rather than to individual men. By taking advantage of this new offer, you can send all the campus news to your soldier, and at the same time use . the ticket that comes with the subscription to attend the Daily Collegian dance. Come into The Daily Collegian office in Carnegie Hall today and buy yours. New Low Price, AccomDanv Can Buy . your favorite soldier a service subscription to the Daily Collegian. -, The price is now $1, and with the subscription comes a ticket to the Daily Collegian dance Saturday night in Rec Hall. Les Stine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1942

TOPCOATS... Days Are _^_sSKJ Cooler and These Are Suck Fine Buys From $25-00 SINGLE BREASTED and FLY-FRONT in TWEEDS WORSTEDS and COVERTS KALINS MEN'S SHOP Tha Home of Hart, Shaflnsr & Mars ¦PI Mlllill|M I_^OlTel. 1 Shows at BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HERE TODAY FRIDAY aiii'*'- to* £Utl£_fe2 SHE'S THE GAL WHO STOPPED A THOUSAND SHOWS! 3SS &**r of the ISLAND! •S S starring MARGIE HART in with Robert Lbwry Guinn Williams I also ( Japan's Decade of Double 1 Dealing-! I "The Menace I of the w. ~™ _Sn_^B_^B_^HfiBSKeS_&_ssi_?.. m Rising Sun" The Story Of 'La Boheme' Editor s Note: Because so few students are familiar with the slory of Puccini's Opera, "La Boheme," The Daily _Collegian is here publishing the first of two installments of a condensed outine of the plot. The outline appears as it was explained by Laszlo J. Hetenyi '43 who will illustrate and explain many of the themes in 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1942

row Handkerchiefs Arrow Shirts Charles Shop row Ties Arrow underwear a Dance to the melodic |4 strains of The Penn State Aristocrats It's still not too late to get a ticket by purchasing a subscription for the boys in the camps Only _5 J SAT., OCT. 10 REG HALL DANCING 9-12 Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties a Arrow Handkerchiefs Arrow Underwear (Booters-Phys Edders Scrimmage Today I Chenoweth Hurt; Bucknell Here Saturday | This afternoon the varsity will be available for action Satscrimmages with Coach Bill Jef- urday. frey_'s phys-ed major class. Max Starting at the center forward „, ,, , , ,, position, Lombana. was forced to Chenoweth was conf.ned to the leave the game when he Ued telerees. job during yesterdays up ]ame durJng the p]ay scrimmage after being kicked in Although Bucknell is not rethe foot, Tuesday, during rehears- garded as a ser|ous threal t0 the _als. Jose Lombana is back in ac- Lions new three game undefeated lion after a leg cramp which stre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1942

_HmH + + let Us toe You In Your Choice of Foods MILLERS market ^®mk f IB I© lave k Fine JoHmdne Announces 2 Defense \_SSXSJS Ru,hin s To End HE Profs To Talk Classes In Airplane, Ship Drafting fitness Program, Dance At 6 Tonight in State Program fiualilications Indude Immediate Employment 1n view of the demand for women _i, ' _-»w enrolled in campus defense classes in airplane and ship _drafting, arrangements are being »>i,_ule to organize two new classes 11-'tween. October 15 and October SO, according to Prof. B. K. John-;;to)_ie, general course director and architecture department head. Classes will be open to men and ¦ w omen faculty members and townspeople. Only students who ¦will graduate or terminate their ¦college work in August, 1943, will lie qualified to take the courses, J_'rofessor Johnstone stated. Jn. reply to coeds who will gradn lie in May, before the terminal inn _ol! the 36 week's period plan- »iod for the courses, Professor Johnstone tol...

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

Revision Of Hatch Act Now Before General Assembly ' . Bill Permits Faculty Activity In Politics Members of the College faculty and employees will again be permitted to actively participate in politics if the bill amending the Hatch Act, already passed by the State House of Representatives, receives the "approval of the Senate. ' The bill had already been approved by the Senate, but because of slight changes made -by the House, must be returned to the Senate for final approval. The new legislation will permit college employees to run for local, state, and federal offices, participate in management of campaigns, and use. official authority or influence to effect the nomination or election of any candidate for office. : ,; _ Althiugh the amendment would eliminate some of the restrictions now imposed_,on College employees by state rulings, they would still be subject to many provisipns of the Hatch Act which makes it illegal to 'deprive . anyone, of employment made possible by rel...

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