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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1940

Cabinet Approves '44 Election Code; Voting Dec. 16 Complete approval of the freshman election code, submitted by H Leonard Krouse '42, chairman o_) the Freshman Elections Committee, was given by All-College Cabinet, last night. Dates of freshman election day, Monday, December 16, petition deadline, Friday, December 6, and freshman mass_'meeting, Tuesday, December 10, were also granted. A major change in _ the election code as suggested by the election committee extended the time oi voting. The polls will be open to freshman students from 9 a.m. to Sp.m. through lunch and dinner hours. The election committee also revised the code in regard to political publicity. Formerly, posters were distributed by each party and automobiles were used for vote solicitation. This year, a ll posters will be printed by the committee and no automobiles will be allowed to be used for political votegetting. For the first time in the history of freshman balloting, two-year agriculture freshmen can cas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1940

ihe Peoples Ch Custom Tailored TOPCOAT Voting is over! The choice —Custom Tailored topcoats. In sporty tweeds, Shetlands. smooth Coverts, or Camels hair. Each an individual success. See them today ... MO from $2 Suits Sport frbm3 $l Coats $ Slacks from _Sjmifh'S_; _Guarantee All < _Cleaning, ¦ Pressing, ; Tailoring I _Ejxpert K _JV,orJcyiat Reasonable .Prices H_^i _^ i^^-^\{^^&imR _si^}k— Beaver Aye. XHAL.2162 State College em tip * M_0 wu fa* SWB u & _%lfcgSatt ~>_-^^ tfi k trv-hie phioved tmJ_>Hir>n<tnf »y sM _&Z4 >^. - A _^rZP' L"' * ' «^^**V**i* .' t _yw '_^W _s _^ _w coEkLoxen in._^e_«e ry;^wajik ?&PSe ; gfl_^i_^i _ggs ,_{_i»_feo§e -quality stands, out. _*_YqU ;welcomeft its taste a_^a_^ts. after-sense of refreshment; _Vr3_B ¦ _vuS _Af _T _^_%F-RP_#_H«_#_^ 5 AJ U-Sj_^E t_,H Cola Co. by Bottled under authoritr _pf....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1940

Fraternity House Managers Lei Us Move Your Furniture to SOPH HOP ForReasonabJe Hales Call MOVING CO _PATfRSpN HOSIERY SHOP ,1,36 E..COLLEGE; AVE. jSTATE_._COIAECffi_^PA V7r - 9 _%_& illfaW Wh ¦ ¦ gSgsSg taut oi Out Fun et'4dJMP Life Social _« Sports Delicious Chew D OUBtEMlH* 6_UW «f 1 velvety _. smootkness . . : _DOUBLEMINT GUM. nW en : oy illg, this refaesh-¦ _lust see ior you _tseHHow_^_oyxu ^^^Q m I8_& is inexpensive , diaestion, .too . G\?M MP . ._W_^_BBffpe_^_TO_^' . ' _o_^_OOfiltWIH_^P _^W0_$_&_$_^ sassiSii _• 'IWlffgO'_^lftP-ji_^ _yfW _aWair IfflHUtlaU _Hmwfftfw for 5HERWIN & WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES IMPERIAL WALLPAPER When-In Our Store Ask For The Free Yardstick WEBER PORTER & WANTAJNDE! If you want a ride, or want passengers on your next trip. .-Take advantage, of the Daily_^Colfegian's new jspecial _cplumxu ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1940

I_&_CffiR&_£&**_f»* 9'*>on ot California* * Most 6ntanlic and rAdv.fentur.aus> fcra ^¦MmWmmWZ /1$#TYRONE , \MF POWHI _^ V _jJi V W .(Mow 0«'ng'•""_¦ "JBSE JAMED^^^^_P_^ V'^^_f_^mimS _^ m MM*" _' ** _ , v;_#lll ^^^^^ Linda Darnell V._A _^_-« _aSS ninCf Wanted and K1I/CJ offered Insertions for this column cost 10 cents and must be received at the Collegian Office by S p. to. the day pre ceding publication. Only the essential facts, destination, time of departure, and name of student will be used. Code: R.W.—Hide wanted. P.W.—Passenger wanted, L—Leave; C—Call. " R.W. Phila. L. Wed., Nov. 27 after 10 a.m. C. Lewis ' 4028. Penn State Thespians Again Present. . . 4? A MUSICAL REVUE WITH THE THREE STOOGES. MARCE STRINGER. GLEE CLUB. THE CAMPUS OWLS. AND A DANCING CHORUS OF CAMPUS BEAUTIES November 15 and 16 Friday Night—50c 7:00P.M. Saturday Nighi—75c TICKETS ON SALE AT STUDENT UNION _TUirecnsv r"TJTr»av I " P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1940

Hat Societies To Sponsor Dance For Charity Fund Dante Chairman I NYU Bon-fire Rally Set Thomas C. Backenstose '41, will guide the arrangements for the Poverty Ball sponsored by the hat societies and scheduled for December 20. For 7 p.m. Tomorrow Bulletin A special NYU toon-fire pep rally, reminscent of last year's massive Pitt bon-fire rally, has 'been called for 7 p.m. tomorrow night. The bon-fire will be held on 'Holmes Field with, all hat men cooperating. Plans were drawn up last night by Walter A. Sottung '41, head cheerleader, and Arnold C. Laich '41, All-College president, in. an effort to demonstrate the school spirit behind the Nittany Lion football eleven. Arrangements for a Poverty Ball to be held December 20 and sponsored by the hat societies for the benefit of Mrs. Ralph D. Hetzel's Emergency Relief Fund are progressing rapidly, according to Thomas C. Backenstose '41, who was appointed chairman of the dance committee at a meeting of the hat society presidents Tuesd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1940

ex v . AIjLi 1 tl£ii5JCi Vjcir lv5 _AKJCi ' ATTRACTIVELY WRAPPED FREE OF CHARGE When Thinkinn of Gifts— Think of 14_~i AiiAUlliir_* mimimm _z SOUTH ALLEN STREET % Say, Have Tom Heard The One About The Travelling Oops! J Better Not Tell. If Yoia Want to Know See— THE BALLOON GOES UP November _island 16 at7 P.M. in Schwab And. Friday—5©« Saturday—75c Tickets On Sale Af Student Union IT'S A PLEASURE Wanta buv a Bine for him I Then be sure to choose from our large selection of Kaywoodie_, Friar, Grand Slam, Old England, Royal Bake, Frank Medico, and Yellow Bole pipes. If it's candy you want to _^ give her—make it W-MUnnn'x. Mtirii Lincoln, or Schrafffs. Or how about a Lady Buxton "3-way" bill fold. They are designed ¦ _<V»r» a-irat'-ir _antivii T»_liQiaa nf o iui UD_1 ^*"J »^"'_^ _y_"- _"* « 80_IT0RF BROS. BOOTERY 2182 S. Allen Street _\_w\\\^\\\\, _%\\ _fftJOf ' _tf* 86 is a _*N _FEEEMAN s first _ISSfiK ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1940

sT-? Flattering Frocks For Game, Drydock, Dates Latest In Silks and Woolens In All New Shades Including Pastels. Junior and Regular Sires. Kalin_'s Dress Shop 144 S. ALLEN ST DIM! Wanted and _KII/CJ offered Insertions for this column cost 10 cents and must be received at the Collegian Office by 3 p. m. the day preceding publication. . Only the essential facts, destination, time of departure, and name of student will be used. Code: R.W.—Ride wanted. P.W.—Passenger wanted . L—Leave: C—Call. R.W. Phila. L. Wed., Nov. 27 after 10 a.m. C. Lewis 4028. R.W. Roundtrip New York Thanksgiving. C. Salzman, 307 Irvin Hall. P.W. Washington L. 5 p.m. Sat. C Milatta 851. R.W. Pittsburgh Fri. 4 p.m. C—R. Harris 2593. R.W. New Castle Nov. 27 after 11 a.m. C—M. Wise 895. R.W.—Syracuse L.—Fri. afternoon,C—E. J. Reese, 2324. R.W. roundtrip to to Pitts. L. Frid.. Nov. 22, 4 p.m. C. McNaugton 608. ltodll-15-10V FOR SOPH HOP GIVE HER A Box of Candy Delicious Assortments Latest Magazin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1940

raoi/_Aiiois to Morris Fromm Shoes by _feyotbeii -BOIDIVE AT fromm s Opp. Old Main 114 E, College Ave good CLOTHES _Schoenaman of Baltimore, Md at fromm_'s Opp. Old Mais 114 E. College Ave TEI and KNIT-M CLOTHING Sold At The Better Stores fromm_'s Opp. Old Main 114 E. College Ave UTS _exoibme u fromm s Opp. Old Main 114 E. College Ave Y brand _OOIHB of _IMiCIil SOLD AT fromm_'s Opp. Old Main 114 E. College Ave CONGRATULATIONS to Morris Fromm from IHE MAKERS OF BEST WISHES to Morris Fromm W © I - okmmatioiis Id Moirlsfromm _,MRI WEAR by Adolph Aron & Son IB! WISHES to Morris FramiB avs MWMiLMli to Morris rromm S i in size. Business gicw; the College was expanding rapidly, and the town and student population was beginning a period of great growth. In 1926 _~ the storeroom was enlarged by the building of an additional 45 feet extension. In 1934 FREE FREE FREE To e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

Soph Hop Co-Chairmen mm 1^^ # Bie '¦"' '*" . .4 _fe $ ;-x . _^_$ S__ _ ¦ ¦ ' '_^' __*-: - '_.Hfe.' ^___r * _SsS______f. * J «• WILLIAM P. McFADDEN '43 EUGENE R. YEAGER '43 Year's First Bon-Fire, Blue Band To Feature Pep Rally At 7 Tonight Lakh And Sottung Urge Large Attendance Final arrangements for the year's first bon-fire pep rally to be held on Holmes Field at 7 p.m. tonight have been made and a huge turn out is expected, it was announced by Walter A. Sottung '41, head cheerleader, last night. In an effort to demonstrate school spirit behind the Lions, Sottung and Arnold C. Laich' '41, All-College president, drew up hasty plans and expressed the belief that in spite of the possible conflict with the Thespian show tonight the rally will be a gigantic success. With the starting of the bon-fire promptly at 7, the Blue Band and cheerleaders will collaborate in building up the pre-game spirit of the students. Amplification of the rally has been arranged to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

S_£_o_§ _ K- £ 8_S3 3 H _^ Colonel Emery Leaves Penn State After Two Good Years The departure of Colonel Emery from the miliary department here is a real in_*> to the College. This truth will be best apprec_'ated by the seniors and faculty people who had experience with the ROTC unit before Colonel Emery took charge in 1938. Whether because he has sons of his own or for some other reason, Colonel Emery understands college boys and how to handle them. With understandable good-nature he did for the ROTC unit here what no previous amount of army brow-beating had managed to accomplish. The last two years are probably the first that Colleg ian has passed without launching a front page attack on the ROTC unit, the way it was conducted. <md its very existence. that added up The Colonel did the little things i_^e cut out the old, unnecessary armv high shoes, reduced the cost of the ROTC text, allowed class cuts, gave each student permanent member...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

Topcoats and Suits REDUCED 20% to 35% Although Fall Is Now At Its Height. Out They Go To Make Room Fdr The Christmas Merchandise. The Prices Speak For Themselves. - " ¦ 1 TOPCOATS Tweeds-_^-Shetlands—Coverts regularly $30.00 regularly $35.00 ¦ NOW $22.50 - NOW $27.50 SUITS Tweeds—Shetlands—Worsteds regularly $25 and $30 regularly $32.50 and $35 NOW $19.50 NOW $24.50 _iti All-rations At Cost: ' Men'. Apparel Terms of Sale: Cash Z46.S. Allen St.v State College Remember I Dial 842 FOR A FULL EVENING'S SUPPLY OF CLEAN. PURE CRYSTAL C_,EAR ICE FOR ONLY 25c DELIVERED Ask For The Hospitality Pack HiEfiside fee & Storage Company VACATION ECONOMY Send your Luggage home and back by handy RAILWAY EXPRESS! Readers Bring Their Causes To The Editor In This Full Page Forum Inquiry Trip Head _ficanC and he spends it over a coke. We who went on ' the New York Social Inquiry Trip last" week went with no attitude of pitying curiosity or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

Fraternity Caterers TREAT Your Boys To The BEST Serve Them BEAVER BROS Breads and Rolls Dial L-w»town-791 SUNDAY RATES TYPICAL NIGHT AND _f___al-_-\ from «_Js__i_. 1_& > STATE COLLEGE _^1 FOR 3-MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION CALLS Coed Hockey Till Set For Today Teams of selected coeds will battle in the annual Army-Navy _^_amt to climax the fall hockey season or Holmes Field at 4:15 p.m. today. Betty L. Ze . igler '42, WRA intramural manager, announced last night. In _>case of rain, the game will be postponed to 10:15 a.m. tomorrow. Probable starting lineups are: Army: Forwards — Frances M. Angle '44, Eleanor Cloud '43, Pauline Crossman '43, Gertrude L. Hellmers '41, _Bernice M. Maurer '42, Pauline M. Rugh '43, Mildred M. Taylor '42; Halfbacks—MUdred Cookerly '44, Mary~>V. Devling '43, Adele Levine '44, Ethel'M. Patton '42; Fullbacks—Janet V. Holmes '42, Grace L. Judge '44, Marie L. Kulp '43; Goalie—Ann Sheffield '44. Navy: Forward...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

1 * 'THERE'S NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN * except t t BOB CHESTER And His Orchestra "The Nation*s Newest Sensation" MIGHT AT SOPH HOP REC HALL Couple—$3.85 Tax Included Semi-Formal _*W. j *. _> ^"^_£ : * _; . v-% '"*/**>* •¦ --_'.-».. 't . . ¦?¦*,_,.•.-•- ,! . f" *¦•¦!.-* '*\ '.' - V * .- * - '' • ' ' • - <5; '~ ,_y 1940 DECEMBER 1940 I _SHSSHS[ ___i ¦¦4 5 6 7 _raHHHH 1711181119120 ?D ^BSSSEila ¦¦i_^T_^ ui_^ifi lil[20l[fll[22lfi3 Speaks On Defense I '_^Ws «^_% \\* m Dean Edward Steidle of the School of Mineral Industries, urged in an article for the Collegian that our government carry out certain vital plans regardless of who wins the European War. Freshman Election Code The complete freshman election code as approved toy the All-College Cabinet Tuesday night has been released today by H. Leonard Krouse '42, chairman of the Freshman Elections Committee. FRESHMAN ELECTION CODE ARTICLE I Time...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

For Pure Wholesome Milk Call MEYER RD I 4220 Let's get acquainted Step in and have a cup of our delicious y_> _NESTLis HOT CHOCOLATE Served From Our \t*' " _- Temperaiu.e-Conlrolled. J|» CUP CHOCOLATOR REA & DERICK'S Next to Bank Clock A PERSONAL GIFT YOUR PORTRAIT TO HER Penn Stale Photo Shop 214 East College Ave. ~ Slate College, Pa A\ m_*_g% &?** US_&j y _, is? *^^«4t_>^Hi-li^_il-i__$ ** _?_£>*^^!iBiSrw "_-'g'iilW 4 _? _fB _mmmX - ¦ i- - _i-Hffl_-__l » **^_2_«11 _*~ _v _^ _*££|J!_« '^____l^^8 s_^^^^y_ _ !__^^V'>!!_s tie MacMitchell For IC4-A Harrier Honors Monday NYU Runner Promises T Hits Comeback Trial I _Pa "J„C_^ lain S f, : To Succeed Cunningham . ___ __= _-__=E __=^^ For NYU Harrier Ace ~* ¦ _ :¦*_• '________________m___________-_____HR3_£___l Hailed by Glenn Cunningham as "the runner to do the fourrminute mile," Les MacMitchell, last year's NYU IC4-A champion will be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

Pasteurized Milk and Cream HAMER'S DAIRY Phone 859 Fun Directory—OR , What Goes On In State Colleae The Weekend Of November lo, 1910 .* L Soph Hop with Bob Chester Friday night. 2. State, N.Y.U. footbal_. game Saturday afternoon. 3. Grand opening of Drydock Saturday night. Miller's Market Free Delivery 104 W. BEAVER AVE. DIAL 775 Formal or Semi-Formal to SOPH HOP She'll- Enjoy Those Beautitul Fresh Flowers In Her Corsage From MAREMOR'_. 222 W. Beaver Ave. . 3151 Temple Coach Denies Making Newspaper Charges Mr. Dick Peters State College, Pa. Dear Mr. Peters: I received two marked copies oi "The Daily Collegian," and I cannot blame you for your letter in the, paper or your attitude in the matter if you can, really believe I made such idiotic statements as I have been quoted as having made. Believe-me. I have, the highest regard _foi Bob ' Higgins and Penn State Colege. Neve., have I stated to anyone that' Penn State or Bucknell scouted us in any way other t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 November 1940

LOST ANYTHING! HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL! WANT TO RENT A ROOM! LOOKING FOR A RIDE? 711 AND ASK ABOUT THE _$y CALL REASONABLE CLASSIFIED AD RATES IN THE DAILY COLLEGIAN IMPORTANT NOTICE WILL THE PERSON WHO LOST THESE WHILE LAUGHING AT THE LAST PERFORMANCE OF THE BALLOON GOES UP' PLEASE CLAIM THEM AT STUDENT UNION. BY POPULAR DEMAND The Penn State Thespians Again Present 'THE BALLOON GOES UP' Tonight and Tomorrow Night at 7 P.M. Friday— _; _Jataito]|_fetf5i TICKETS ON SALE A± STUDENT- UNION - -. __$ Transferred i° " CoLAmbrose R. Emery, head of the College military department for the last two years, has received word he will be transferred to active army duty. Colonel Emery May Leave College To Has Served Here For Two Years Wants Gift Suggestions _SMenls Believe li Absolute Peace By Student Opinion Surveys AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 14.—Unlike U. S. publ'c opinior, majority sentiment among _college students today holds that it is more important for the United St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 November 1940

Leads Lions In Last Home Tilt Today CAPTAIN LEON GAJECKI Probable Starting Lineups Position left end left tackle left guard center right guard right tackle '. - v— . right-end •- -. quarterback left halfback right halfback fullback N.Y.U. Boroff Jovans Cherico Feibish Blonquist Jovans Petereit--*r Wittekind Varmak Bates Tighe Penn State *Parsons *Stravinski Kerns *Gajecki (c) *Mori ?Piatt •Vargo ? Patrick ? Peters Krouse Smaltz home game ?Penn State seniors who will be playing their last under the . Blue and White on New Beaver Field this afternoon J Today Stale Gridders In Last Home Game Its march toward an undefeated and untied season stopped by the sensational 13-13 stalemate at Syracuse last week, the still unbeaten Nittany Lion footbc.ll team will unleash all its offensive artillery at the New York University eleven on New Beaver Field at 2 p. m. today in an effort to remain among the ranking powers of eastern football. This is the third meeting between the two ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 November 1940

<$*_P J- ** -*& _Q_& celebrate the teen-age cos metic debut, lentheric present "Pinx Party'* —an ensemble- oij cosmetic and, fragrance, accesr scries, all scented and packaged: to m.atch. Initiate you* teen-age favorites into the delightof perfumes and- cosmetics by gre_<_seati»^ then* , with one of the "PinK Party" _ejj sernW*^# Phe>6ijre illustrated offers Bouquet_^ Perfume-, Bath _^ow der, tipstjek and Fac&Powde* all in-the delicate but provocative "Pink Party" fragrance. Priced zt-M7S. ©tiler "Pink Party" gift combinations. from 31.50 up. DERICK REA& ALLEN STREET NEXT TO BANK CLOCK Committee on Academic Standr ards meets, 204-Main Engineering, 3:30 _p.m. 4-H . Club, 413 Old Main, -7:30 p.m. TUESDAY: Nutrition exhibit on, "thiamin," 208- Home Ec _buildirg, 8 a, m. to noon. Yes, We Really Meao It Beat N.Y.U. As soon as we say, "Bent N.Y.U.," we are going to hear from a number of readers who will believe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 November 1940

Remember _M 842 FOJ&. A, FULL, EVESWHG'S _SJfPptY OF CLEAN,. _RtiHE, CRYSTAL Ci.EAR ICE FORONfcY 2& DELIVEREDAsk For The Hospitality Pack Hillside Ice & Storage Company THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE _CQUB3E Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THESPIANS PRESENT Soccermen Near Eight-year Undefeated Record As Gaftie At Penn, Wednesday, Approaches 5 ~ | Victory Means 60 Games t WiJhouJ Loss For State According to. the mathematicians, every time the Penn State soccer team wins rnpther game the probability of losing the next increases Tremendously. In . eight years the Lions have raised these odds to an _almost unbelievable figure. Bill _Jeffrey's soccermen have compiled the most astounding record of any _atnlptic team on record. During the past eight seasons, the l.ions haven't dropped a single game, and have played the outstanding elevens in the country. Should the Nittanymen top the Penn squad wher the two teams meet in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 November 1940

BY WAY OF THE HIGH SEAS! The S. S. Markland, _^800 gross tons of Bellefonte, has been _reported by the (CENSORED) war' office to be a ["funster of war".] The flash further StatedV-fThe S. S. Markland as usual is entertaining>vher passengers with gaiety and fun in the unusual way." HOTEL MARKLAND BELLEEONTE, PA _i i _Ti/_mivr 'TTTpe tircirfc I 1UCii _t J.Vi.WX^» - . ). - VVCJ-. i CAME BACK? _^Sftw love a gain...J m WALTER WAHGGR I — _raZtfjtf _tJStVMZtt *& * _^ By EUGENE O'NEILL With JOHN WAYNE THOMAS MITCHELL IAN HUNTER Shows At 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 'rein a-v _nm -v I llillMlil jE _~ _^ ^^^'1 ISslElIgn f8 *_"*- _*UE wi ¦ in* .m pg ?^ « _tfl_^f CIDIfi _J_^_iaS «_Ki WAYNE MOHJUu> _g HI _Swadmx M _ISli WILUftMFR&WIMJH I _^ asm _csStr& I <-_* Paramount _Picture \^^Br Smm _wmSm r M& Si Shows afc 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 I _Trtnnrr tuti-hm _ tttip« I _*_""" _"w " ' I. ...

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