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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 December 1940

Rival '44 Politicians SB _IWMlWBr_'' -'-jfclffinlllftiaB OHN_B. CRAMP '44, Independen PAUL O. _FREY '44. Campus Pictured above are the Independent and Campus candidates for '44 class president, who will be elected-by freshman ,v._oters__pn Monday. Balloting will be held from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ' Tripp To Reveal Social, Economic State Job Trends Social improvements and contemporary economic trends connected with unemployment in Pennsylvania will be presented in a speech given by Louis R.' Tripp, instructor of economics at Lehigh University, " in Room 10, Liberal Arts at 7:30 p. m. today. Mr. Trippe, employed by the Joint State_ Government Commission of Pennsylvania, made a special study of the relationship of unemployment compensation and relief in the state to be used in preparing new - unemployment compensation legislation. Unemployment causes, their diversified nature, and various problems that link unemployment with' Pennsylvania • laws are. listed to be dis...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 December 1940

«S_^S_^5_^3_^5^^5_^5_^5_^5_^.3_^J_^S_^5_^5_^5_^J^^S_^S_^3_^3_^ffl_^K¥ IT'S NOT TOO EARLY TO ORDER CHRISTMAS TURKEYS i\ /* 5 3 •i m y/r . Only 13 Days lb Christmas! II certainly is time to start plaiminf your menu for the Big Feasi . to order the fowl COOK'S _MARKET 115 SOUTH FRAZIER DIAL 791 ¦ "Arms And The Man—U.S.A State: "World In Flames" Nittany: ' "Boom Town" _»i C'MON STUDENTS LET'S CHRISTMAS SHOP There Are Actually Thousands of Gifts To. Choose From At FROMM'S. 1500 Shirts —All Patterns and Sizes—from $1.65 • lOOOTies—From $1.00; : Glove and Scarf Sets From $L50 ~ " . *? ., . JEWELRY. BELTS:. SOCKS, SWEATERS HATS. PAJAMAS . HANDKERCHIEFS ALL EkCLUSIVErYET INEXPENSIVE AT TIE DAILY _COLLEGE "For A Better Penn State" EvUMishe-J 1949. Successor to the Perm State CoIleZian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the •ocular College year by the student? of The Pennsy...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 December 1940

It's Not Too Late To Order Your Christmas Gifts Have Them Sent To YmrHome t\ _&W0UR Branch-Qifice h"A Thousand Gift £ _^Suggestions" 109 ALLEN ST CHARLES' FELLOW SHOP _y_^ _uMU_& et_^ae _WfflkSi: _HKUm WW M$F imMi it 1 « FROM R A & DERICK'S FINE SELEC ION! BABY PANDAS DRESSER SETS HUOHE'S HAIR BRUSHES Exton Bristles Lucite Handles 3 piece . Si.19 5 piece ... $2.49 $1.19 and $2.59 $1.98 to $6.98 wmmmmmr unnr _mammmmr FOR HIM ... i FOR HER ... oodbury — Palmolive Shaving Sets Colgaies Jet by Corday $1.50 and Coty's Powder Compacts Faberge Straw Hat Cologne Dorothy Gray Elation May Factor Trocadero and Cocoanui Grove Cologne both for D'Orsay Cherry Blossom Gabilla Sinful Soul and Foolish Virgin Cologne both for 36 $1 $1 $1 $2 $1 $1 25 00 00 00 00 00 .. 89c $5.00 $2.87 ..97c Early American Gillette Razors Shave Needs 75c to 49c to Gem Razor and Brush ..'. Parker Fountain Pens . .. Cameras, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 December 1940

YES, YOU WILL BE UNLUCKY IF YOU DON HURRY AND GET A DATE FOR . . -ON- - > f ¦ . . .- -W FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13fh Rec Hall - 9 To 12 * . Music By The Campus Owls - /_nfprmll WHEN YOU REI11 AFTER CHRISTMAS MORE TIMF—HOME-_^:-of the "College Spectai_^ _jpy IE I SAVE MONEY TRAVEL BY TRAIN Take advantage These special school and college tickets, with their liberal'extended return limits, are a great saving to students and teachers. When you're ready to come back after Christmas, buy one and save money. There are also reduced round trip Pullman rates In connection with these "College Special" tickets. When Spring Holidays come you can use the return coupon to travel home again or use It at close of school. Consult your home town ticket agent or any RAILROAD representative for cost of tickets, return limits and stop-over privileges. — Be Thrifty and Safe—Travel by Tram ASSOCIATED EASTERN RAILROADS Increased Holiday Gaiety Predicted With WSGA Aid "Only 11 more shoppi...

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

IFC Advisers Approve Changes In Constitution • Several. Important changes, that were made in the new IFC constitution-recently, were discussed and_'generally approved by the faculty advisory counselors in a meeting, at the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity last night. • - Accordingto the new, set of IFC rules, the president will receive an annual stipend of $100. In the past the president has-received no compensation. As the secretarytreasurer will have the added worlrof keeping the records for IF Ball, his compensation has been raised from $50 to $100 yearly. The chairman of Interfraternity Ball w*U receive a salary of $150, when in past years the chairman received no set compensation. To further prevent any misappropriations, the. secretary-treasurer will be bonded for the amount of $1,000. The new constitution also contains plans for two affiliated-organizations to be known as the Treasurer's Association and the Caterer's Association. These groups which will be made up of the vari...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 December 1940

_^ ss:_ra_. _^5__a._^5_^5..:s_*_a _ ^^ /." * _Si _ _%«~? _flf . K B I 3 _v < » i* ?___ frtHtfmo_^oofcs if I _ _ « You can be sure that a gift of books is always welcome {£ It's the one gift you can be sure will please. And-you VS can be sure of finding the kind- of books you wantin:_nuT j-: complete stock. We'll wrap it up in Christmas paper K and ribbons and make it really beautiful _ .:::;:- A Complete Selection In Our New Basement Store ER'S KEEL CATHAUM THEATRE, BLDG 5___5S_^3_^J_=_SSS=33=SESSa3_S3!5_5 W4 $2.00 As A Special Offer The Collegian Will Send A Gift Card With Each Subscription — Keep The - Folks :A± Home Posted On Campus News—They'll Be Pleased With Your Gift. - Subscriptions """ On Sale At|f Collegian _Office or " 3 Student Union m _&_T8* Mr J® JBttt I fevwmW This Year (a-ive THE DAILY COLLEGIAN SPECIAL nmimuimiuiuuuuuiiuuuiuuuuiHuiuHuuutiunmuumiumimiuimmiuii COLLEGIAN-A _fliiiiiiii...

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

TRftVRW sWfS fW« OUS WW-.« J? ¦¦ OtlWW COST %* E i# D GREY" ^ _k *r **_T? ««. ' __W^^S ' r _*-*_#*' J ,_^2_^% _^ _idtsSW^^^_Ir^^_M :')Wr ***W*^_K; * •_____¦--=te -* ¦ : --_^m__^?P™^^B^^^^^^' ¦¦¦ f< __p ___£ " m_^k_^MJt _ _ t,r,/&*******^ .- -...:•¦¦¦ * ^^fl_^_jtr ;' _?vi_^_C?v ¦-- ."'-*'"¦••' _^ , ; '¦ -.»-*_.• ¦ •¦A--''"''"' _ . ' -i^' ¦ __&_______. _\d«________l__s Sample Savings _fjff. KMrnM-N_^MH IK^* .__'' One Round Way Trip _._ _i_w _* r ™—««npHE reindeer has had his day," J- says the well-known Mr. Claus. "I'm getting just as modern as the college crowd this year—I'm going by Greyhound and really enjoy my Harrisburg ...$1.80 $3.25 Philadelphia . 3.30 5.95 Sew " York ... 4.65 8.40 Boston 7.40 13.35 Sunbury 1.85 3.3S Berwick 2.45 4.45 Wilkes-Barre 2.90 5.25 Scranton 3.25 5.85 Binghamton . 4.45 8.05 Baltimore ... 3.25 5.85 Washington .. 3.70 6.70 Richmond ... 5.65 10.20 Altoona 1.20 2.20 Johnst...

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

1001 GIFTS FOR H M At State College Newest'Mens Shop $elloto ^>{_jop 109 S. ALLEN Headquarters For L. G. Balfour C® CHUM JENKINS. MGR.V TONIGHT iri • • Friday, December 3th Its Bal Forestry In REC HALL :. From ..--__= _ .•. ' I 9 to 12 — Music by THE CAMPUS OWLS if PRICE $1.00 COUPLE—INFORMAL *>¦«< Rmcc Wanted and Sl»J__J offered RIDES WANTED Philadelphia. L—Dec. 21 at noon C—-Hollis, 322 Ath. Hall r Florida. L—Around- Dec' 21. C—Moe, Room 306 Center "Watts Hall r. Pittsburgh. L—Sat. C—McShane, 2471. r New York or SewarpI, (2). L—Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. C—Room 211 Ath Hall, r PASSENGERS WANTED Texas. L—Dec. 21. C—Phone 711 extension 57-J. p Merivale Shoi> 139 S. Allen Street R & D Friday Din ner Specials m _^n__-_. ¦*_£• \ ™ .ji_3***^?_fej_p ¦E «( _ *_Ka WM I Christmas Magic Bathed in "PRECIOUS COSMETIC OILS" and e verso, fa nily _jcenfe . A magically beautiful box V ...lovely Nor...

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

Head '44 Campus And Independent Slates JOHN B. CRAMP Independent i-i _iCB ",l WC <!>1 ""'f "!^' A AM Journalism Fraternity To Hold Smoker Monday Sigma Delta Chi, honoraryjournalism fraternity, will hold a journalism smoker at Phi Kappa Tau fraternity Monday night at 8 p.m. Chester L. Smith, sports editor of the Pittsburgh Press, is to be the principle speaker. Mr. Smith is one of the best writers in his field and is connected with sports .broadcasting at KDKA, Pittsburgh broadcasting -center. _Representatives of newspaper staffs from Altoona, Lewistown, Philipsburg, and many other towns and cities will be present at the smoker and will give brief talks. Entertainment for those present has also been arranged. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _Christmas Service By College Choir Slated Tomorrow . The annual Christmas Vesper Service, a traditional custom-at Finn _States will be presented by the College choi...

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

tPnr Ti**bi>fe _Q00 V/_iitv tLlbOl f M. KWM M. ' 'O • • • _UvV M. VC* Nearest Hat-Man $1 per, plus a can of food Dtp UAH II I I III ' _lif ' ¦ • Th.e proceeds of this dance, sponsored by the hat societies, will go toward Mrs. Hetzei's Christmas Fund. Your IN DANCE..TEMPO AL GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA Wciner Blut— Blue Danube Southern Roses—Voices of Spring Wine, Women and Sapg EmperorWaltaf-_^riist's Life Included Tn: Album C-l_&i* &ECORDS) _*_250 Columbia Popular Albums THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE 129 W. Beaver Avenue The Mountain Lodge—Whole Hog Or None I Although at fund of $2,000 is, available far-use" in erecting an All-College Mountain _Lodged Cdllegian believes the student body should oppose donating this money until it means that a lodge with full facilities will be erected. Collegian, of course, has no real say in the matter but common sense seems to distate that all Students should oppose any plan that will riot erect a lodge wi...

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

Ask For The Hospitality Pack Hillside Ice & Storage Company Fraternities!.... " HAVE YOU TRIED BEAVER BROS . - • NEW BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewislown" 791 nmEr Wanted and kivu 0ffered Florida. One way. —Dec 21 at •noon C—Bill, 322 Jordan Hall. Florida. Christmas. C — Moe, Room 306 Watts Hall. . r Boston or vie. L— Dec. 21 C—Henry, 2532. r New York City. L—Dec 20 C—Morgenstern 4362 r Philadelphia. L—Dec. 20, after 4:30 C—Weitzenkorn 2883 r Passengerwanted Texas. L—Dec 21 a.m. Phone 11 extension 56-J Remember ! Dial 842 FOR A FULL EVENING'S SUPPLY OF CLEAN, PURE CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE •FOR ONLY 25c Probable Lineups Pos. Penn State Colgate F... :Barr ..'. '".' Fawcett F Silan ....' Meeker C Baltimore Taft G Gross / Leonard G... .Grimes Sullivan (Sogers To Scrap _Vb ith Colgate In Rec Halt At S Tonight Visitors Boast Fast Aggregation Four Nittany Gridders Drafted By Pro Teams Entries For .Today's Customs _liiiiiiiiiiiii...

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

JUDY GARLAND in—"Strike Up The Band" with WARREN WILLIAM With FRANCES ROBINSON The Season's Most Unusual Presenting The Pre-Release Showing of the Following Production . . . *& * & ¦ _*.> . *¦?? _WmWw I Wi _JSWff Evenings Only 6:30. 8:30 SAVE ON GIFTS FROM FROMM'S NECKWEAR Large selection of wools, Bilks and other materials. Choice of c'olors. - 85c Up _VIl xl\ MEN'S SHIRTS Regularly sold ' t4 at $2.00—now y I Regularly sold /»«* at $2.50—now <1J_> 65 00 *» FROMM'S State College E. College Ave Let Us Solve Your 'MILK PROBLEM '"' With PURE, WHOLESOME MILK .MEYER MILK R. D. 1 Phone 4220 iggfigaaa_; Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:308:30 I _rnnjv o-ktt v i" J-'LEASE NOTE: There will be a com l>_lete show for your pleasure after thi basketball same. »w_» _tSn _WaiUI Understanding "GALLANT SONS" Tlie Season's Most Unusual Dramatic and Romantic Mystery —Starring— GAIL PATRICK IAN HUNTER...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 December 1940

President Hetzel is shown above with Mrs. Hetzel in a pictur en several years ago. Yesterday, received from the student body rs of service here. with Mrs. Hetzel in the audience, a scroll in appreciation of his 14 Sweep Victors Win Five Posts In Record Freshman Ballot Sweeping its way to a complete upheaval of the Independent party's- one year reign of freshman politics, Paul O. Frey, victorious presidential candidate, and • his four Campus running mates trounced their opponents for a clean steal of the freshman ticket. Receiving a narrower margin of victory than any of his cohorts, Frey led John B. Cramp 497 to 400 as Robert L. Walters, vice-presidential aspirant, automatically topped Paul <M. Heberling. Betty "Rose Broderick garnered the highest number of votes, in the fight for secretary, when she defeated Phyllis R. Watkins 579 to 279, a margin of 300 votes. In the -treasurer battle, David G. Keeney overshadowed Larry T. Chervenak 517 to 419, the largest total v...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 December 1940

WE PRINT DANCE PROGRAMS LETTERHEADS m CIRCULARS _^_- NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY 119 SOUTH FRAZIER STREET CHRISTMAS VACATION Transpo rtation Greyhound Lines Will Again Provide Buses with Seat Reservations i Buses will leave CENTRAL PARKING AREA on _Camnus back of Chemistry Building at 12:45 o'clock. SATURDAY. Dec. 21st bound for Greensburg Wilkes-Barre Harrisburg Johnstown Scranton Sunbury New York Pittsburgh Philadelphia And Intermediate Points 2. In order lo be guaranteed a seat on any of the special buses, it will be necessary to purchase your ticket between 8 A.M. MONDAY. Dec. 16th and 8 P.M. Friday, Dec. 20th. Tickets may be purchased at the Bus Depot, lobby of STATE COLLEGE HOTEL. 3. As the buses will go directly to their destinations, schedules -will be substantially shorter than Ihe regularly scheduled runs. 4. Those persons.now holding Greyhound line tickets maai obtain a reservation. All Students Who Plan To Leave On Grey hound Noon and Evenin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 December 1940

SEASON'S GREETINGS See Qur Modern Store For You Seasonal Selections SUGGESTIONS FOR HIM _~r _. ©TIES ¦ &_k. ' _T c*<f from 85c _. * ?<MY • SHIRTS from $1.65 \^i \) O ROBES ____ ¦ from $5.00 gaflf • SHOES from $5.00 BKf • SUITS from $22.50 BBP , • GLOVES_,__ '___ from $1.00 *^^ % SCARFS from $1.00 Make This Christmas Gift A Useful One frornrrPs j_ . FROM fltefras W) STATE COLLEGE _W> FOR 3-MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION CALLS If It's Doubtful It's Dirty Send II To PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3261 _^ <: _3 Don't Spoil That TURKEY DINNER Serve Beaver Bros. Bread BEAVER BROS PHONE LEWISTOWN 791 by MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD Make-Up Sets for blondes,brunettes, brownettes, redheads FRATERNITY 120-pound Class Thomas F. Walsh '44, Phi Kappa, vs. Mowery <E. Goetz '43, Alpha Chi Sigma. 127-pound, Class Charles D. Chalfont '41, Sigma Nu, vs. Charles H. Ridenour '43, Phi Delta Theta. 135-pound Class...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 December 1940

GIFTS j_^fr_^ _Tl THAT WOULD f _jt_^_oLcb J PLEASE ANY GIRL!! Now is the time to buy your Christmas Gifts, not during the last two days at home. Nice selections of costume jewelry, gloves, scarfs, and other appropriate gifts mayv be found at the. SHOP SMART R ljngX Wanted and ¦I f tJ. nffere( i Insertions for this column cost 10 cents and most 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. RIDES WANTED Philadelphia. L—noon Sat. C—- Martin, 3223. r Pittsburgh. L—5 p.m. Fri. C—Driever, 3223. r Providence, R.I. L — Sat. C — Bellavance, 4324. r v N. Y. C. L—10:30 p.m., Sat. C—Kouri 2593. r Easton (2). L—p. m. Sat. C—Fallon, 641. r N.Y.C. L—Fri. C—Morgenstern, 4362. r DuBois. L — 3 p. m. Fri: C Dixon, 2316. r Greensburg (2). L—9 a.m. Sat C—137 Ath Hall, r •Norristown. L—noon Sat. C — Martella or Walker, 4850. r PASSENGERS WANTED N.Y.C. L—p.m. F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 December 1940

385 Penalized $5 In Enforcement Of Class Cut Rule As the College administrations new policy of clamping down on absences, 48 hours before and after vacations, received its first tryout over the Thanksgiving holiday, the Senate Committee on Vacation Absences reported yesterday that they had levied $5 cut fines against 385 violators. Out of the . 628 absences reported by class instructors, only 155 students were excused, while others were exempted because of a granted extension or a special and graduate student rating. StiH lacking necessary faculty cooperation, the Committee estimated that approximately onethird of" the instructors failed to report class absences. To substari-Fines. imposed 388 Approved absences 155 Graduate students exempted 29 Withdrawn from college ... 24 Special students exempted . 16 Extensions granted ........ 16 Total cases considered .....628 tiate the apparent neglect of these instructors, approximately 35 students filed exemption claims although they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 December 1940

Here Are A Few Suggestions. WHITMAN CANDIES EASTMAN KODAKS KAYWOQDIE PIPES TOILETRIES TOBACCOS . SHAVING NEEDS STATIONERY RE A OEM'S Allen St., Next to Bank Clock GIFTS THAT YOU WILL ENJOY GIVING Choose From A fi m MS & ¦ _t ("aB &_asm } k_7 &<*rwf _^ * Arrow Shirts We have 'just received a large assortment .of new pattern shirts in the most popular colors, fabrics and collar _styles Also Arrow whites in many collar styles. ? Wool or Silk Ties Loads of handsome new pat'terns. No man".ever has too many, especially in a selection like this. $1 to $2 n Initialed Handkerchiefs $2 to $2.50 ored initials. 3 for $1. S1.5D _Jn solid colored lisle, G x 3 ribs or part wool' 6x3 ribs. In maroon, navy, brown or green. O Mufflers A. soft wool muffler for warmth and a silk foulard for dress wear. ' ' ~ $1.50 to $5 Q P.u_^Uove . r _Sweaters Lone sleeved, plain stitched i maroon, tan, dark green an grey. . • $2.95 and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 December 1940

"Why I'd Low To Go!" AND THAT'S WHAT ANY COED Will SAY WHEN YOU ASK HER TO POVERTY BALL Featuring REX ROCKWELL S ORCHESTRA $1 Plus Canned Goods or Equivalenl Sponsored by the Hat Societies for Mrs. Hetzel's Fund mi hmi Thursday, December 19th 9—12 _fc _meuWf _ituak it /id eel f*i_. i mr Sil l . _jfj0" fflr i PJJ-" _vH_^ f There's always a moment for the pause that refreshes ice-cold Coca-Cola. The with taste of ice-cold Coca-Cola delig hts your taste. It brings you a refreshed feeling, that is always welcome. Millions enjoy i t daily. _^ <* fi A USE THAT _REFRESHES Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Co. by COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA FOR PROMPT SERVICE IN STATE COLLEGE—CALL 3919 <!;: %_> _skc_£f;_SjnK Bi.;- vi-\; rr""" ^^ _-_v -p. _^ _wwi m_, _« _^MJBKri-_^fy r_ _JMfBfliiffiiB_^Mm _wBr - -**>- 3_^ tfir-_^ij_^ 8 >_% _g :< _^_MlSLsy_^ ¦3 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 December 1940

P. M. On Saturday 21st, buses leave 11:20 A. M., 12:30, 3:15-P. M. Direct Connections Made With East Bound Trains. Special Reduced Rates by Bus and Rail. HE WILDEST WEST in all it's crimson glory...comes to Broderick Crawford Warren William Hnay ue rf _^ T®«^ Pegey Moran > i_%&~ si/., ** _&_£f_%>& &>BflBLE_^LeJI1flRR + /_0J£Z£Aj9j*a \ y_« If She's a fashionable "witch"_^ — and you're not afraid of "Black Magic" - - - give her ef J WP?^ * SB i -j- j_~*M w _^ttSfl New Parfume By Corday) She will acquire a deep respect for your fashion sense, because, with Jet sparkling on gowns, hats, jewels and accessories, wh a t w o uld be b e t te r t h an a complementary fragrance. Brilliant crystal flask, stoppered with jet, in white satin box, black velvet trimmed. $10.75, $20.00. $38 $1.50 and 75 6. $4.75 Ew de Toilette ...$2 REA DERICK'S & On Allen Street, Next To The Bank Clock...

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