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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 November 1942

Penn State Scores 13-7 'Upset' Over Disappointing Quakers Sparky Brown Scores Against Quakers Sparky Brown, Nittany Lions number one tail- lowed Schoonover's blocking Of a Penn punt, and back, is shown here scoring from the one yard Bob Davis' run to the one-yard line. The score line against Penn Saturday. The run, registered put the Lions ahead 6-0. Van Lenten's placement 10 minutes after the beginning of the game, fol- converted 'a moment later. Brilliant Defensive Play By Lion Forward Wall Puts State Next To Boston College In last \ By BEN BAILEY _, ' Penn {state's "Boy Scout Offensive" turned out to be a Frahkh'n Field Jamporee Saturday as more than half of Coach Biggin's traveling squad1 'entered-the game to earn their -merit badges- by cork-ipg-, 13 to 7, the.already bottled Penn powerhouse. '-'•' ¦ '- .._' _Outweighed nearly 16 pounds per man,.State's underrated? forward walrfepulsed drive after drive throughout the game; forcing the Quakers to; be 'content with mld...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 November 1942

Less Than a Week Let! to Gei Your Dale for Jr. Prom-Sr. Ball featuriita Charlie Spivak Sweetest Trumpet in the World) (The B" - JUNE _HUTTEM -GARRY SIEVENS "THE STARWfl $400 Tax Included MlttlNG 9 NOVEMBER 2® YOU MAY USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN ANNIVERSARY Sa STARTS WEDNESDAY LADIES' and MENS WEAK We are celebrating our Men's Store's birthday but we are including the Ladies1 Department LADIES MEN Reg. to $35.00 Reg. to $14.95 Dresses $9.75 Res. to $10.95 Dresses $5.95 Odd Jackets .. $7.95 Reg. lo S25.00 Suits $18.95 Corduroy Goats $14,95 PLEAS Suits $26.95 Reg. lo $29.50 Suits $17.95 Reg. to $8.95 Trousers $4.95 Reg. 55c Hosiery 3 for $1 Odd Jackets .. $7.95 NOTE! MERCHANDISE FROM OUR REGULAR FALL STOCK ... NO EXCHANGES! ALL SALES FINAL . . TERMS CASH! sketbaH Schedule _Ml_^leason Gar_^2jfcTilts 5—Wash, and Jeff ft—Susquehanna .i5hrBuck.n»_Usa»; 6_~-Newt "VTor-ki3J. 9—Temple; -, .ir« 13-_^Syracusei: is?.. 15-tt_* Carnegie Tech 16...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 November 1942

for a Semester for Only $_.o5 The Daily Collegian THE CHECK-OFF):... if All-College Cabinet Approves the Expected (lass Dues Reduction ''.:'?:¦ (UNDER $ fees will 85 Added to your • GIVE EVERY STUDENT A DAILY PAPER • GIVE BETTER COVERAGE OF LOCAL AND NATIONAL NEWS • ASSURE CONTINUED DAILY COVERAGE OF VITAL RESERVE NEWS AND WAR FLASHES _• fees, the Collegian will remain a student organization run by students for bit of information possible in these uncertain times' THINK and VOTE YES With the addition of only $.85 to your the students of Penn State. You need every for the check-off.. LY COLLEGIAN THE DAI BUT WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HIRI TODAY - WED. - THURS Also CARTOON 'The Daffy Duckeroo" WOMEN IN SPORTS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiii _mitiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiir IM basketball practice periods been scheduled tentatively for are scheduled for this week, accordin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 November 1942

LATE NEWS FLASHES! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiii LONDON—Confidence in an Allied victory in North Africa was expressed here today in the light of reports from the North African front of Allied victories. American troops clashed with the Nazis and forced them to retreat along the Mediterranean coast near the Tunisian border. MADBI D—General Francisco Franco today ordered partial mobilization of . the Spanish army_, navy, and air force today in view of a last desperate attempt by Hitler to prevent the Allies from moving troops and supplies into North Africa. Franco assured the Allies that he understood their purpose, and would not resist Allied moves. L O N DO N — American Flying Fortresses and Liberator bombers today attacked a Nazi U-boat base on the Bay of Biscay, and also destroyed several freight trains and oil tanks in the same vicinity. They destroyed six enemy aircraft on the ground, and all planes returned to their base without any...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 November 1942

PLEASE MESS V9 1 J Make Senior-Junior Ball a real success by wearing the right clothes. * i « 1 TUXEDOS Single and Double-Breasted. in Midnight Blue 4 si $15 Shoes Shirts • • Ties Accessories • KA L in's kVC M SHOI & u r.-i m xe* HE DAILY COLLEGIAN 'Tax- A B_<_Htat Penn _otats "•_Oi.taliliHhi'd l_'.ltO. Suco'»*ir l„> th-s Penn Shift? C.)ll.'«i:in. K.i. ililialial 11)04. an_.t tin; _Kiiv _f_.nnoe. establbOieii 1887. 'J'uiili'iht"! dnily <%x -nit _Sunilny nml Monday durinit the restulii Ci>Ucrc yeit- _liy the _Htmluntp _nf Tlw Pennsylvania Stat, Oollojic _Rntcred art seeitml-i-las:_* inattor July 5. 19114 at tlK l_*o;;( Offinc at State _Collsse. Pa., under thu net of March S. JIS-'I. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager )?uu5. I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell *44 Managing Editor Advertising Manager _HJnbnrd D. Smyser *44 Richard E. Marsh '44 _<ldil«irial and BuBinena Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 November 1942

OPEN UNTIL 3 A: ML ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS ¦ The NEW COLLEGE DINER WheNiie'Check-off Means • c Every ' _, student gets a paper daily. • Students pick up paper at strategic distribution ' centers. • Readers get continued coverage of reserve news/, war flash es, and campus events. - The College is assured a medium for passing on vital war time notices and announcements. • The Daily Collegian remains - students' organization. an uncontrolled, independent • Every student will pay 85c on his semester fees, _O The College will act as collecting agent for the paper. Students will vote for or against the "check-off'' at All-College elections next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. If you wish a daily paper for the duration, vote for the Check-off. You need every bit of information possible in these uncertain times. Think and VOTE YES! THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "» Anniversary Sale! Now going on! The largest money-saving sale in our history .. of - -«. —_. MEN'S and WOM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 November 1942

Your Date Will IISISI on Seeing Thespians IEW' Streamlined KURFEWKAPERS (Or _fbt Whom the Bell THREE STOOGES featiiAnnus 1 lillE TED CLAUSS JACK. HUNTER BUD MELLOTT with <• Jane _AbramsoB • Midge JolmsoH • Mim: Rheira. • Doris Disney m., 20—-Admission 15c — 7P.M. Schwab Auditorium Sat.. 21—Admission 1.00r—:7P.M. Schwab Auditorium Anniversary. Sale! Evening II /0_^L. I1 "W 'fP 'W_^_k ff_^_t II (¦¦ f g _^ a fl_^_k _rtf II II ^^^ /_tfflT ARRIVED! Beautiful new styles Full skirts of becoming netted creations. Just the thing for . . Senior Ball U PER CENT IFF! Charles Shop OPPOSITE THE CORNER ROOM P'a'ntbel' 'Officer's"" _ftt'sfoHled At T<2<a Healiice M. While '44. 'Phi Mu, _t'._n -needed Pauline E_, Keller '43, Al-jrha Omicron. Pi, an Panhellenic _fc'_ir.incil 'president last evening at 11)0 annual Panhel installation tea_^ )<'o] lowing the rotation system, _ivl.irthn E. James '45, Delta Gamin.i, wa; installe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1942

4,000 Students Have Yet To Cast Ballots Ridenour Releases Pep Rally Details "With student spirit 'up' for the rally as well as for the game with Pitt Saturday, the 'Beat Pitt' pep rally Friday night should be the best the campus has seen for years," Charles H. Ridenour '43, president of the Hat Society Council said last night when he releaseddetails of the rally. With the Blue Band and cheer leaders starting the rally in the Locust Lane district at 7 p. m. Friday, the body will march around the fraternity sector, continue downtown and will termiinate at the Jordan Fertility Plots. Through the cooperation of George W. Ebert, head of Grounds and Buildings, a huge bonfire at the Fertility Plots will be provided for the rally Ridenour stated. Coach Bob Higgins, several members of the team end Captain Lou Palazzi will address the last scheduled rally of the season. In addition to the rally, 'Beat Pitt' tags, similar to the ones used last week prior to the Penn game, have been prepare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1942

m Jt. Vol _^J oo csLdteJ iou still have time find that smart but practical dress for Saturday night or those needed accessories—gloves, bags, jewelry, and scarfs. Y&ull find ii ivise io patronize im Shop lSmar * KEELERS THE ONE GIFT PEOPLE NEVE « enough on CHOOSE THEM NOW FOR A COMPLETE SELECTION fvEELIEif_^ _^_athauin Theatre _Buudlnu •« T. _Sitinrt Men WILL IE BUYING-. . . made-to-measure clothes . . i Cui to your individual specifications with style designed with "you" in mind. W. College Ave., State College , i We, ZJne (A/omen I Elect ions Are On—Or Didn't You Know? Political wheels turn: tags, posters, speeches are upon us; and some students apparently still remain oblivious that All-College elections are here. Having voted in WSGA and WRA elections several weeks ago, some coeds feel that their job in a democratic student government ¦ is done. Others, who did hot vote in the women's elections, are in the same lethargic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1942

OPEN UNTIL 3 A. M ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS PeRo November Specials! • BUTTERSCOTCH NUT English Walnuts with rich Butterscotch Ice Cream. m CHOCOLATE FUDGE NUT Full of toasted Pecans — a favorite for three years . . you'll like it! . Serve these favorites sometime soon PHONE 744 STATE COLLEG It's 8:30 *^ ee _^JkeipianS I lew _Review KURFEW KAPERS w at 7:00 p. m< SCHWAB AUDITORIUM NOVEMBER 21 - 22 Friday—75c Saturday— u I. SI.00 BETWEEN THE LIONS By BEN BAILE IM Boxing Contenders Advance To Semi-Finals With the semi-linals in view, eight fraternity and two independent men sought to eliminate their opponents in the IM boxing bouts held in Rec Hall last evening. Starting the bouts with the independent 145-pound class, Whitten and Leiberman danced out of their corners and each kept his distance throughout the first round, waiting for the other to drop his guard. Whitten kept his 'boxing mate on the alert by a series of ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1942

Calling All Frosh! Organization Meeting For'all _iose lewspapeir Advertising . MO mi Business THU _HUR5DAY MOM 9-CARNEGIE HALL Flh© Daily Collegian {-.Click _^ r4i5 C_^ue (capture -_^J_^_ris _^_hreart with one. of our new evening gowns s il95 Paterson Hosiery Shop 136 W. CoHsgD Ave. k ASTMRE HAYWORTH rift _Adolptte MENJOU - Xavier CUGAT _ARRID Can Be Purchased at REA&DERICK INC. - . :; ALLEN STREET Next to the Bank Clock _ffwrra BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HERI Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:45, 8:45 TODAY - FRI. - SAT. *" *,» «% BEAUTV WLJL RHYTHM ¦ F_^_W set to W_^-Jk - ' erome V ' JP - KERH'S / j9_Tj|| | magic li M!8==S![^ music! J J New under-arm _* Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration ARJUD N-.— -- 1. Does not rot dresses or" men's shifts. Does no: irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for ; 1 to 3 days. Prevents odor. 4. A pure, white, greaseless, s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1942

Pep Rally With a "Beat Pitt" rally firing the opening gun, the.last big weekend of the Fall semester, centered around the joint Senior Ball-Junior Prom in Rec Hall will get under way tonight. Members of the committee have estimated that a crowd, of approximately 1200 couples will attend the dance which starts at 9 _p. m. In ¦ accordance with All-College Cabinet's curfew ruling. Tonight's part of the weekend program includes the rally and first night production of the Thespian show, "Kurfew Kapers," both starting at 7 o'clock, and the joint dance, beginning at 9. Tomorrow's features will be the Pitt football game beginning at 2 p.m., second presentation of the ThesDian show at 7, and numerous house dances later in the evening. The dance, high spot of tonight's activities, will feature the music of Charlie Spivak and his orchestra. Well known all over .the country, the band has recently had added to it the entire 'brass section of Glenn Miller's orchestra, now disorganized since...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1942

After JR. PROM sr: ball It's The Coiner unusual One Man's Meat "No, Woody (short for Paul I. Woodland), I won't do it." we told our dogmatic editor with temporarily assumed bravado. "You heard me. I mean, you want to get paid, don't you? I mean, what would you like to do?'" our genial editor asked, "I just don't wanta write a gossip column, I want to be like Cassius, and say funny things with big words like "inauspicious," and "iconoclastic," and anyway I don't like exclamation points, and fraternity pins, leave me cold. "I wanta be like Pegler, or Clapper, or even Cassius. I wanta be profund." Whereupon, an onlooker muttered something about that "being as apropos as a _burlesque chorus made up of Dean Ray, Pete Highsmith, and girls don't-have-fun-after-one-o'clock Dotty Brunner." "Okay," Woody finally agreed, "you can have the Friday morning slot—that'll give you all day Thursday to work on them." The similiarity of the heading of this column, "one man's meat may ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1942

"A HOME AWAY FROM HOME" STATE DINER THE PENN WILL BE OPEN AFTER BANC UNTIL 3 00 A. A BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HERI FEATURE SHOWING 1:30, 3:30, 6:45, 8:50 —NOW PLAYING— BETTE MS and her new co-star PAUL HENR who matches h«r every emotion,if» _, By the " ^&S lg_^_Jk ft with CLAUDE- RAINS • gums cmpw-mnitagSd) I IM CHASE • 0!««t*f H IftVING WH*R • Halt by _ifuSMe &«4_i_, w.w _mcm _ruMmm. from IM Howl to «H_» Htalai (tout It's fl AlllSf For The Week-End-Your Date Will Insist On Seeing _£ « »£ KURFEW KAPERS -featurina THE THREE STOOGES _4_» * Ted Clauss Bud Mellott Jack Hunter WitL _• MIMRHEIN * DORIS DISNEY _• MIDGE JOHNSON _* JANE ABRAMSON FrL. 2&—Adm. 75c P Schwab Auditorium * ¦ 4 Sai., 21—Adm. 1M0—7 P. M. Schwab Auditorium Classics Prevail As Music Hour Continues PSCA "tunes up" for its second Friday 4 o'clock music hour in the Hugh Beaver Room, Old Main, this afternoon. Miss Ag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1942

Shop at Metzger's Serving Penn State Since 1923 [00400 DUPLEX DECITRIG SLIDE RULES DRAWING INSTRUMENTS NEW SWISS PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS EMfiLENf MACHINES Only $45.00 ll6HT W£IGH _Rebuill Typewriters-No Priority Rating Needed 1. C. SMITHS - UDERWOTOS - REMINGTONS A Common Expression In Town and On Campus "You Can Get If at Metzger's" MME NT! WEEKEND COMPLETE... « ¦ ¦ , ' ENJOY A MILKSHAKE CLIFF'S-. 145 S. ALLErf STREET »¦• Soccermen Meet Temple In Season's Final Tesl With its final test of the 1942 season waiting on the fields oE Temple University, one week and a day away, the Penn State soccer team is working itself into shape •after its toughest game of the season, a 1-0 win over Navy. Dr. Leanness' Owls have compiled an enviable record since their opening defeat at the hands of West Chester, 2-0. High point of the Cherry and White season is a completely one-sided 7-0 trouncing ,of Bucknell. It might be noted with profit that the Lions had trouble taking a 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1942

Up Today 's Line & NEW BEAVER FIELD—2 P. M Officials: Referee—W. D. Maginnes, Lehigh. Umpire—B. Goodwin, W & J. Linesman—D. B. Fawsett, "West- A R Williams minster. Field Judge—-C M. Waters, PENN STATE PTJ LE WALTERS 86 LT SCHOONOVER 76 LG _MOBILE 61 KY LE 22 RT BAKER 37 RG ANTONELLI 28 LH RH CHELKO JOE 12 FB COLONE 40 42 FB SAKSA 10 CLOWES 32 LG MATTIOLI 30 LT DURISHAN 36 LE SOTACK 12 Pitt Substitutes PALAZZT (C.) 52 RG JAFFURS 63 RT MOORE 72 RE DAVIS 81 QB CENCI 23 QB WEST 14 RH ST. CLAIR 10 LH DUTTON is Penn State Substitutes Ends: Van Lenten (82), Baierl (85). Robb (83). James (88), Leonard (87); Tackles: Kerns (77). Pratt (78). Sweitser (71). Shellhamer (38): Suhey (62), Perugini (67). McCloskey (66). Mover (65): Centers: Wolosky (55), Meriella (53), Brooks (54): Backs: St. Clair (10), Joe (12). Durkota (14). Weitzel (36). Skuta (18). Tucceri (24). McFarland (34). Williams (25), Pearson (16), S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1942

m For BAIL JK _< _m^>m _w und HOUSE DANCES Make your affairs this weekend and every weekend more enjoyable by* making your drinks cool and refreshing. order your supply clean cracked, crystal-pure ice in the ' - ¦ •' ., "HOSPITALITY PACK" HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE CO, T OW£ mi l/i/e. J_«e Women Packed Away 'Til Armistice Day—We used to say, "Oh, big weekends will come and go...," tout this year we're singing a different tune. We've cut it down to "This weekend will go"; for student government authorities have said that this will toe the last "for the duration." This one.. .Junior Prom-Senior Ball.. .is the last of a long line of successful, prosperous big weekends. •We've listened to everything from "moonlight serenades" to "music of yesterday and today" and last night we started our last fling with the "sweetest trumpet in the world." For about 14 big weekends, we've won the pigskin contest of the day. We've entertained im...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1942

X • DRINKS _f • CIGARS &SONS GRAHAM Serving Penn State Smcte 13% AFTER WE GAME.... ;---... STOP OFF FOR THAT REFRESHING PRINK AT THE " "A. C." AND FOR YOUR DANCE... KURFEW KAPERS (or FOR WM THE BILL TOLLS) Hits New—Ifs Great--HUmM."'! r ' Starring ' It s Terrific!!_j _"; _': _«iiill THE THREE STOOGES 47 I* Ted Clauss Bud Mellott Jack Hunter Featuring _* ' MM MEM JA1E _ABSlAMSOiN OOftrSDISHEY MIDG JOHNSON PRESENTIIi -THREE WW CAMPUS HIT TUNES #>•*• • '- • .'BMate _Woogiie Harlem # WheroYer You Air® i .-* _^w • Stubborn Satairdav — _Adtamissiom _Sl.QlQl — 7 P. M. — Scliwalb Auditorium f r BETWEEN THE LIONS By BEN BAILEY Rhode Island Stale, Indiana Rale As Favorites In Harrier Tourney •Bill Button, senior half beck on Charley Bowser's Pitt football team, has gained 1270 yards—670 yards rushing, 590 yards passing—this year. _IfvJBill gains 75 yards against the Lions today, he will have surpassed the allrtime Pitt yarda...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1942

IPIUJIBU_® ADDRESS SYSTEM _ifoir mm CALL Jiim Pease vm Fraternity Rings For Christmas L_. C. BALFOUR CO The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LARRY - GHENT President LARRY FARIES Secretary Haverstick_, Keefer Win Annual WRA Scholarship elude Charles H. Ridenour 43. raincoat in Mac Hall. Key in [Patricia MacKinney '43, Earl F. pocket. Call Joy Levine, Watts Brown '44, Jacqueline E: Falloon _*46, Jayne C. Dewees '46, and Richard S. Kurtz '43. Mrs. Emma G. Welch, instructor in "home economics, is faculty advisor. Political Parade (Continued from Page Two) - the voting of thousands of students through 26 hours of balloting, and then conducting the long vote tabulation. Of course there might not (be quite as much work involved as there is on the well-heeled dance committees that must see to it that Fleming's office signs up a dance band, but we still believe at least NYA rates would be justified. It would make i...

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

'1 V I Pittenger, Stephens Take AA Offices Inauguration Set For 5 P. M. Monday Thanksgiving Decree * i i ;ft In an effort to keep ' students and faculty members in State College during the coming Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, President 'Ralph D. Hetzel has issued the following letter: "During the Thanksgiving weekend the College will be in full operation except for Thanksgiving Day. The nature of the accelerated program•' ¦ makes' " 4his- ¦ necessary. Only three weeks -kiter the current semester will end, six weeks earlier than heretofore, and students will return to their homes for;the Christmas vacation. Student Travel Unnecessary "War agencies of our government have asked that all citizens conserve rubber and gasoline by eliminating unnecessary automo bile travel, • and that travel by train or bus on weekends and holidays be limited to necessary uses. They have indicated very clearly that-holiday travel by college stu-: dents is not considered a necessary ...

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