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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1942

VUe* ZJhe Women _there's still. _enough for many refreshing pauses. ™ 1 hey. re Yours For The Using For many years now dormitory coeds have wished for sewing rooms which would be open' to them tor small ordinary work jobs They didn't like the idea of going to home ec rooms where majors slaved over dresses and projects for class. They felt put of pljt . ce, "amateurish," and as if they -were interrupting work that had to be done. .. . When Atherton Hall was built, pressing . rooms were furnished with at least one sewing macjiine for use of women living therel Students .who.were _anxjo'us-to take that stitch" that might 'save nine were; welcpme to use . these anytimfe. "' •' ¦ . '- ¦ dther campus dormitories, not so modern and well-equipped,. lacked such facilities and called for some way to accomplish this work. . It's seldom that a request of the coed student body is answered... and answered with affirmative action. When such a situation occurs, wornen would certainly be exp...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1942

_ZfflStt_&_mpvss _TafyTr~_srW. ^^'_, Fw vmskvm Order mritf! FRATERNITY RINGS G. BMFOUR CO. -at- CHARLES SHOP 109 S. ALLEN STREET Everybody Out for.,. Tfae AG Frolic Music By The _AristoqrQtg mOO 3P_, M. FRIDAY NIGHT Admission $1.10 v Rec Hal! ** _*v Informal ]t _« DO YOU KNOW ¦ ¦ ' •> Days and nights' are getting cooler. Get warm, nationally known clothes at a sale price you can afford. TOPCOATS $7|.95 £1 UP SUITS Sf Q.95 l# UP Come in and see 'em fromm's Undefeated Harriers Preparing For Two All-lmporlant Tournaments Undefeated during the dual- ~~~ meet season, Coach Chick Wern- r\ y t is q • er and his cross-country, team be- ^^ ' OPS l\0.ppCL _OlQ gan preparations last night for _/ r\ • • r\ / two all-important tournaments— //I UeCLSlVe Defeat ' , the 1C4-A meet at New York City _ ft — , . . November 16 and the National BetClS beat _DIGf/nCI NU Collegiate tourney at East Lansing, Michigan, November 23. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1942

39* S ajar Loi and 9i O_^, jara ARRID Can Be Purchased at REA&DERICK •" 'INC_-;\ ALLEN STREET Next to the Bank Clock ^^ _Mp_^lSrr- _Panli ellenic Council Elects _J_*o Hard, Amusing Way, kA„ _^tt. x T a j ¦ AfdferyWmiF_*- Mm ™ _Q»'cer_»_, own _Admor Panhellenic Council By M. JANE _McCttfiftREY Picture ROTC 'riieh' '(oy' ifig'_with their hair, chewing gum, or adjusting their belts .. when at attention! Instinctive army tendencies were reversed in a CODETS class last week when the group stepped off on the right foot after the comriiand "forward mach." An command "forward inarch." An In the confusion, one member found herself 120. paces behind the company. Many stood with feet together rather than at the ¦accepted 45 degree angle. Some faced each other when corhmanded to. execute a "right face." Colonel Edward D. Ardery professor of military science and tactics, who. hopes that this or ganization will make ROTC men look to their laurels, suggested in a recent i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1942

Foresters Must Pay _;ms Charles H. - .Ridenour '43, Student Tribunal chairman, announced last night that Tribunal had ¦ fined the Forestry Society $25 for failure to remove markings placed on campus advertising Forestry Ball. Blue Key Taps 53 Sophomores; Initiates Monday Smoker Held Monday Prior to Tapping .Blue Key, national junior honorary _Society, Monday night tapped 53 sophomores after a smoker held at the Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. , The first part of formal initiation was held in front of Old Main at 12:45 p. m.. yesterday when initiates received blue keys and ribbons. - Men' who were tapped are: • Wrstling: C. William Sick, William C. Masseth, and James W. Payne: boxing: S. Barry Anderson, Howard L. . Schwartz, Kennard W. ' Rummage; gymnastics: Carroll S. Barton, Harvey H. Scheiner, and Edgar H. Sykes; fencing; David B. Robinson, Wilbur S. Credman and Harold W. Benjamin. • Swimming: J. Richard Cope, E. Pirce Roy and Paul L. Bost; ice hockey: Richard E. Yoder, David...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1942

Arrow- 'Handkerchiefs Arrow Shirts Charier irnw _Uttderwmr Arrmrj Tics AMERICAN _ARTISTS GROUP CII1HHASCARDS For Imprinting urn on sale Fraternities - - Sororities Be sore to " see these outstanding cards before placing your order, OTHER IMPRINTED CHRISTMAS CARD 5(01 Im SIP mi tap € ATil 1A. If M TM E ATK E E U11 ,01N G ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES ARROW U«fDEFiWE_*ii ; : _HARROW JfA«Dk.ERCHIBFS FiBIE DAILY COLLEGIAN "F_»jjf ft. ,3i8_i:S(5ir .Penn State" ' JUkI .4 it I . ¦ i*_fif_?_.f L_940. 3_iicC(_itit!or to the Penn Stat-; _CoKwtft'._in <-s;(.nliHnhoit 19<M. _tind thts Fre-* Lance, e.>_talili.ih.>>i 1887. J_'uhltj'heii daily •_jxoepr. Sunday and Monday _during the • x>i;i>1:ii* GolWe year by _tho student:? of The _Pennsylvania _Ulrtlc _Collude. Entered an aecimd-ct._i_*_-_* mntt.r July 5. 193-1 _t>(. (.lie PQKt-oEfi_>:« at State _ColIeiiK. Pa., under the act ol Mm i i _.l, ». _W7!l. s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1942

Games - 'Fun - Dancing and The Se ALL AT c -¥- AG FROLI FRIDAY, 9:00 P. M.-REC HALL _iisikq it mi aristocrats . admission mm , :,t *', /, ; ;_£ < *• -;;,; _?,• _^_iyipmi Vftanu _Wuttet DRESSES You'll be delighted with these young all-American dresses. Designed byyoung Americans and worn by young Americans. Junior Miss comes into her own with Marv Muffets. SIZES 9 to 17 Charles Shop Opposite Corner Room 2nd Pitt*Nittany Lion Grid Game Cancelled; Orange _Gridders Delta Chi Wins IM Football Championship Btfaf Bete Thefa Pi ¦ Proceeds Turned Down ~ On Tally By Pilferer Wemermen Point By Army Relief Group 0ran 9 e Terminal fo JLnx ' Meet _RkMMMJMifiC_^ At Full Strength For State Tilt Unleashing a heavy passing at- Unleashing a heavy passing attack, Delta Chi copped the fraternity Intramural Football title last night, as they edged a stubborn Beta Theta Pi' squad-to a 1-0 victory on the New Beaver Practice field before a howling c'rowd of 200 spec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1942

Blouses.... to Suit Clever advocates of a more varied suit life . . . loads of different styled blouses, solids and plaids, cottons and silks, that make a costume out of every skirt you. wear' them with. . _jrf _^$» _* Kr * mk_&L % 1*3 You'U'-find-it _wise to-_^patronize- _tke SMART-SHOP S. ALLEN, STREE SPECIAL N0IKE h Newspaper- _tabsoribers: Who-Have ' Their _^ • Papers "Mverfed 'Sundays / ^; Sunday papers will not be delivered after Sunday November 1st. The tire, gas and equipment situation makes tMs move necessary . . . We sin cerely hope that it will not he long before we • can resume this to-.-you service Graham & Sons i ¦ LETS PLAN- , - ¦?: ¦ to make it a. W K&SKENB_* .6_M3_QWMNG :W; ¦:_'.""''' at the -.. ¦ ' -. %im\i .,- . mw mm- _wtm PhoneSQBSt We* ZJk<e Women "We Three Were a WM Srt SmIw Mm Heeling fir kU(@di« Of Five Honor Coeds Gosser-Inaugurates room, White Hall. Former offici...

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

Senate Denies Change In Date For Vacation Burden On Traffic Given As Reason The original date for Thanksgiving vacation will not be changed, College Senate voted yesterday. . Announcing the decision, Prof. Jacob • Tanger, department of political science, chairman of the Senate committee in charge of the calendar stated that a proposal to change the vacation from Thursday to Friday was voted down because it would have placed a heavy burden on transportation facilities and would have meant changing a national holiday. Every effort will be made by the administration and faculty to have students attend Friday and Saturday classes following the Thanksgiving holiday, he added. . The calendar for the summer, fall, and spring semesters 1943-44 was also released by Senate yesterday. Because of nearly a month spring vacation , the summer semester of 1943 will not begin until June 7 and will end September 24. The fall semester, scheduled to start October 5, provides for a Christmas reces...

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

For The" Game! _5K 4 You'll cheer for ike team and you'll want to keep warm while you're at it. Ifi m m w- Wool iuffJers in solid soloirs and' _argyie it-. ; signs "from ¦ ¦ ¦ _tl - .G|i • Woolen, Leather, _©_Joires from .. , and Pigskin _/ $106 _^ Ell O _HTQ MFM'_^ _3111111 il III nj IiIIaH ¦_$ 1111111: _Tfjt Moitje _#f Hart, Si-AjaCijeir _S Mar* YOU' CAN'T BEAT '" The CORNER Ul'liLSiLG Weslminsfer Foundation Bulletin Board Ob You Believe? "Freedom of Religion Means ] Freedom, From 'Religion." We,. ZJlie Women Will They Revive Pre-Inductioe Courses ... (Continued irom page one) orientation; Physical Fitnessprinciples of personal hygiene in eluding sleep, eating, and exer cise; Markmanship—'Ave hour: practicum, theory and practice and Command—ten hours practicum, school of the soldier, squad and platoon, and training in formation. • • Cooperating in the program are the department of Military Science and Tactics, speech department department ...

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

HEHHilM ahb _SOMS WHERE THE ATHLETES-MEE I Eaclh cota= 51, 000,000 Get Your Date Now * _fdr mi lut mmmi mice OF-THE-YEAR Sir Ici Jr w a t li 5 I ' Charlie Spivak _' Soccermen Embark This Horning For Middy Game; At Full Strength Owl Game Switched Dale of the Penn Slate-Temple soccer game has been switched io November 28, according io an announcement by Neil M. Fleming, graduate manager of athletics, last night. Originally set for November 21, the contest will take place one week later in Philadelphia. The postponement gives the Lions three weeks to prepare for the tussle. After ihis Saturday's game at Annapolis, the hooters have no further game scheduled before the Jilt with the Owls. Betas Defeat Tekes To Tie AGR For Bowling League Lead Beta Theta Pi, led by Tim Giles, fought its way to a tie for first place in the Fraternity Bowling League last night by taking three close games from Tau Kappa Epsilon, 765-704, 775-692, 875-792. Giles won high sc...

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

_f _xf _V>^^_W>*_y_^_W_><_'_>_v_6^^>^_. <^^^^^_6_^_g^^^ SI.10 (Most Unusual Dance This Fall) IIB _l/AU. AG FROLIC FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 6th I.Wu-m: _liy fta- _MMST06MTS (Informal) _OOB NEWS KUHLA8H the Eye Lash Curler We were fortunate in ob taining 24 Kurlash curlers while they last, one dollar EIEA &. _DERIOL faic Allen St., No** to Hunk Clock ¦UY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HERf Shows at 1:30. 3:00, 6:45. 8:45 I ERRdt"*^l ^^^tEXIS -' FLYNN SMITH I _Qam^^J /'/ i \ \ /i/VWw _LOCKOUT' 1 m V yV»r V/ - \ \ K Sl«l of _^ . ¦ a WARNER BROS. _Rctuft. «« , I'_™,toW, _j l MUX CARSON - AlAN HAIE 0«>ci«i o, RAOUL WALSH • *.••¦. m< w »~«-t u-r** •lid H«_ica _McCfM . 0«Md UN" IMW._J J«*« J _CwbaH Positions In Defense Available To Coeds, Brill Announces Coeds Elect Levin,, Miller To WRA Posts In Finals Boa.iri Epulis (four ; to _feoifc toi»j _Kinol balloting by a total of 590 coed:; in yesterday...

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

Galbraith Warns Army Air Corps, V-7 Lists Close Students Musi Travel To Harrisburg or Alloona All students who desire to take the mental examination for enlistment in the Army Air Forces next week or who are interested in the "Navy V-7 program should file their names and obtain application papers by noon today in Room 243 Sparks, War Service Advisor Robert E. Galbraith has announced. . • Galbraith stressed that when the Harrisburg Aviation Cadet Examining Board and the Philadelphia Naval Reserve Board for V-7 come this week, it will be for the last time. After that he said, students will, have . to travel to Harrisburg or Altoona to enlist in the Army Air Forces and to Philadelphia or Pittsburgh for the Naval Reserves. Examininations for the Army Air Force Flight Crews will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and if necessary Friday of next week in Rooms 401 and 410 Old Main. The first examination will be given at 8 o'clock in the mornings, another at 1 p. m., and if necessary...

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

FEE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Fae A. Sattec p.ana State" )V _iiiliilicl HMO. Su<»:bi«p to th-> Penn Stat* _Collegian, _n._biiiUnhcil 1901. _nn_<l th.> Fr_« Lance, e.Unblishu_.i 1387. P>_il)U,"hml daily erKcr. il; Sunday and Monday _durinu _ths jvmiliir _Collrate ye.ir by thi_: atudeuU of The Pennsylvania IJt.il.fl Coltese. _Entered an aecaml-cioas mattr July 5. 1931 lit ' .In! Post.-oCCici! at. State _Colteite. Pa., under th<» act oi ).1mi-':Ii *i. 1870. Editor _^_BBSEte_^ Bus - _and _Adv - M 9 r " Gordon Coy '43 n «_$!J§BPB> Leonard E, Bach '43 lidil-oriat and _BuainwM Otfica Downtown Officii Carnegie Hall 118.121 South F razier St. Phone 7U Phone 1372 )<»itorinl Staff—Women"" Editor—Louise M. _Fuosa 'lfl; _| y|_iiiiai|in« Editor—Herbert J. Zuknuskns '.43; Sports Editor—DoimJd W. Davis '43; _Assistant _MannKinnr Editor—Dominiek >, Colau "43: Feature Editor—David Samuels '43; Nfwa JMilor—Robert E. Sqhooley '43; Assistant Spor...

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

First National Bank Of State. College Member of Federai Deposit. Insurance Cor$_wratihm Chatter With DON DAVIS Sports Editor The Right Choice When we returned from West Virginia ast Saturday night we couldn't help but wonder what reaction that fateful day's defeat would have on the team for the Syracuse game. We certainly could glean nothing from the team on that long trip home. Conversation was stricty taboo that night. Our own opinion was that the team would react in one of two ways. Either they would continue to be downcast (which we didn't believe for a minute) or they would bounce back into the fightenest team we've had this year. And the latter premise has been very much the case. Tough on Scrubs It has been a lough week for the third and fourth squads up on the practice field, what with the varsity scrimmaging in savage style both Tuesday and Wednesday. The only way to lick a tough team such •as Syracuse is to get mad enough to pick a fight with anyone who wears a...

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

New - _Move! - Beautiful SOUTH AMERICAN RAIH SIEI $1.00 A Dorothy Gray Set ot Cologne and Talcum in the South American fragrance. DOROTHY GRAY PRODUCTS IN STATE COLLEGE ONLY AT IE/A k DERI'CK, be Allen St. Next to Bank Clock If Think... Use Our ? ? Students.,. Readers.. use this paper s classified columns to great advantage. The services it gives are many though the space costs so little. Something Lost or Found . . . Use The Classified: It Pays CALL 711 ASK FOR The Daily Collegian W e* ZJke _lAJonten Everyone Attends, Evervone's _Haoov Ellen H. Richards Will Initiate 14 Ellen H. Richards Club, junior home economics honorary, will initiate 14 second-semester sophomore women at 6:30 p. m. Monday. Margaret K. Ramaley '44, acting president, announced. After the ceremonies, a banquet in honor of initiates will be held in the home economics Maple Room . . M. Janet Carbaugh '44 is banquet committee chairman. Those who will be initiated are Sophomores ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 November 1942

AA Committee Meets To Choose Three Candidates Final Elections Set For November 23.24 Nominations lor the three student-held Athletic Association offices will he conducted hy the AA Nominating committee tomorrow, with elections scheduled to follow November 23 and 24, according to Bernard A. Plesser '43, present AA president. : The nominating committee, consisting of athletic coaches, team captains, and managers will meet on the Bast balcony of Rec Hall at 4 p. m. tomorrow to select nominees for the posts. Candidates for the offices of AA president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer must possess all of the following qualifications:-an All-College average of 1 or higher, one varsity letter, and status of a second semester junior. Duties of the president of the Athletic Association include voting for athletic team managers, announcement of election of managers, and representation of the group on All-College Cabinet, Penn State's student governing body. Vice-president'of the AA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 November 1942

Fresl . Sweet Unpasteurized Apple: Juice (Commonly called Cider) ... is available until Winter sets in. is® Apple Juice Now - conserve.your earned fruit juices lor later. State .. College §ro«®irs can supply you with _j irdto apple -juice. , Appalachian Apple Service. Inc. CAMPUS CALENDAR Today Senior editorial board meeting, 7:30 p. m. WRA Tennis Club meets, College courts, 4. p. m. • WRA Archer y -Club meets, Holmes Field targets, 6:30 p.m. WRA Bowling Club meets, White Hall alleys, 6:30 p. m. WRA Intramural managers meet, WRA room, 6:30 p. m. . ' IWA meets to elect officers, 412 Old Main, 7 p. m. • Prof. Aaron Druckman will be the guest speaker at the Hillel Movie Forum Series, Hillel Foundation, 7 p. m. ¦ College Calendar (Continued from pege one) Agriculture begin. • Jan. 29, Sat.—Fall Semester Classes end 11:50 a.m. Jan. 31, Mon. — Fall Semester Examinations begin 8 a. m. Feb. 4, Fri.—Fall Semester ends 5 p. m. Feb. 4, Fri.—Fall Semester Graduation exer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 November 1942

Dance to the1 Sweetest Trumpet In the W odd Enjoy The Stardust en' - June tint) a) en - Garry iJeven and Se j nior Ba unio PITT WEEKEND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Dancing 9 to 1 _p_^ jndlldi _^ $4J}0 PENN STATE CLASS RINGS ' L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shorn Get Your Shirts Laundered Early for SENIOR BALL Hf Penn State Laundry 320 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3261 Higginsmen Point To Penn After Syracuse Victory; Wozniak's Final Period Goal Wins For Booters. 1-0 Early Middy Defense Thwarts Lion Scoring Statistics Playing his first complete game of the year, Walt Woznaik, used ar. a substitute forward in past games, kept the Penn State soccer team record unblemished _wjien he scored in the final period of play to break a scoreless tie and give" the Lions a hardearned victory over the Midshipmen of the Navy, 1-0, at Annapolis Saturday. ' Completely outplaying Coach Jeffry's team during the first quarter, the Middies kept the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 November 1942

08 _DASBIBDL " ^^ _"¦' L BAHHETT'S * HE (iLA_&S KKV" veronica lake slum mm ALSO _Mamo Molodie Cartoon—"THE SQUAWKIN' HAWK TODAY _lyiBvL_^Hr_^ff w _^ _nPv I Shows at WEDNESDAY f flfi _*_j || J f,. I !| J , , I 1:30, 3:00 THURSDAY _^_J»_bUU I'l 1 if 111 III 3:45. 3:4i _BUV WAR _ISONDS AINH> SVAMPS-IMERII GET SET If s Coming! _KURFEW KAPERS A PR0M-SR , BALL WEEKEND ARRID Can Be Purchased at j_« REA&DERICK inc. ALLEN STREET Next to the Bank Clock 25c POCKET BOOKS Hunger Fighters Paul de _Kruij You Can't Do Business With Hitler Douglas Miller Damon Runyon favorites Long Remember Kantor The Story of Mankind Van Loon Siamese Twin Mystery Ellery Queen Pocket Book of Etiquette Margery Wilson Without Armour James Hilton and over 100 other titles for pleasure or assigned class reading. REA & DERICK, Inc Allen St. Next to Bank Clock Womeai Name Five Hoauor Coeds In Elections Meeting — _TTT~ : Sherman Will Be Bow [al...

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

_^ I _tje _iatly @ _Mfg tatt B _eraasattsszsQ ..___ . i7 VOL. 40—No. 7 _WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1942. STATE COLLEGE. PA. PRICE THREE CENXS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE » .n.. Weather Navy To Swear-In Eligible Students As Reservists Exams And Interviews To Be Ended Today Successful candidates for the Navy's Reserve V-l, V-7 program Who have been "coming in a steady stream" will be sworn into the U. S. Naval Reserve at 4:30 p. m. today, according to Lieutenant Daniel Dean. Dean was also pleased that the percentage of Penn State men who passed the physical exam was so high. Nearly 50 percent of the students who applied passed the lest, as compared to 25 percent in most other colleges. Interviews and examinations will conclude today in 305 Old Main for all seniors, juniors and second semester sophomores who are interested in the V-7 program "Men seeking to enlist in the Navy air force can take their preliminary exam today," Lieut. Dean said. If they succeed i...

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