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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1941

Vote Feb. 1 Includes Points Recommended By Committee Of 106 The revised organization plan of the Penn State Alumni Association, approved by the All-College Cabinet last year to bring about a closer cooperation between the association and the students, will be acted upon at a special meeting of the Alumni Executive Council on February 1, Executive Secretary Edward K. Hibshman announced yesterday. Most of the plans urged by the Alumni Committee of 100 are . already incorporated in the proposed set-up. If the re-organization plan is approved by the Council, the solicitation ' of five-year alumni association memberships among students at a price of $8 will be put in operation this spring. The most difficult period will be at the time the plan is initiated as it will be necessary to cover not only the sophomore class but also the junior and senior classes. These student memberships are to be entirely voluntary and, when_, the plan becomes fully operative, will be solicited from stude...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1941

_wtzpneatBMreo port national Aove_«Ti__niN_; is National Advertising Service, fe'' College Pu&b' s&ers Representatke A_' _AO Madison Ave. New York. JN. Y. Chicago ¦ Boston • Los _Ahgclcs • San r_nci:c.] _aiiiiiiuiniiiiniuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiimimniiniiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir _ . / THE J_$g0 campuseer 4_IBF fc w <&.;:*^ (_iiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Comes The Biitzkreig The zero hour is at hand. With grim determination written on their faces, young Americans are ready to march, The Armageddon of final week is near. Brave young undergraduates will cross the snow-clad slopes to meet their fate before Old Main. Armed only with pen and pencil, they will resolutely face the mechanized might of faculty mobilization. Much ink will be spilled in gruesome combat. And alas—many an undergraduate will never come back. assorted Claptrap Bill LaPorte—"best shoul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1941

DON'T MISS IT! _^r / /_. MEN'S SHOES Styled to the Minute ALL _* jg5 SIZES J Jul J /Nationally Known Brands—Over 300 Pairs To Choose—Make Your Selection Today Fromm_'s l-IIir Coiirtmen Easily Outscore Syracuse Cage Five By 44 To 25 Barr Captures Scoring Honors with 16 Points; Grimes Stars As Zone Defense Stops Orangemen Lion Matmen Seek 19th Syracuse Win Since- 1923 the Nittany Lion •grappiers have paraded 18 times ; without defeat against their Syracuse rfvals, and on Saturday-the Tuatmen will be slight favorites to continue - their consecutive streak racked-up on their Orange foes. . -In 1939, the Penn State wrestler - - '-'knocked off Syracuse, 29-3, but"this year things may be a little" tougher. Last year, Coach Charlie Speidel's cohorts smashed them, 22-6: '- Practically all, the elimination bouts were held last night for the starting lineup, with Clair Hess Staging a vigorous battle to lipset Bill- Stanley, 121-pounder, who .opened1 ,.. State's victori...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1941

NOTARY PUBLIC LOUETTA NEUSBAUM j Hours 3 to 5 Second Floor I Mel! State _Cottage _DIMC Wanted and lul/tJ O ffered P.W. Phila. L. Sat. 18th C. Stan Ulick 4021. P.W. Allentown and South on 309 L.—Sat. 10-12. CL Frank 4042. P.W. Baltimore, or vie. and return. L Sat. 9:00 A.M. Call Burkhart 4105 " . • P.W. Philadelphia every weekend. _^ C. Andy 4102. Lv. phone No. Short Time Only • 3 LARGE €.: • PHOTOS :: • Ifc'Jr WhiU-U-Wait Corner Allen &Beave Across from Post Office 'Mil' Ball Maestro Gray Gordon and his band of 17, who are famous for their "tic toe rhythm," are probably the biggest "name" band that has ever been signed for the annual Military Ball. _Illilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllll Coeds Check Dorm Fire Before 4 Engines Arrive While smoke filled the second floor _corridqr of the northeast unit of Atherton Hall about 9:30 p. m. yesterday and coeds and hostesses attempted to douse the fire with water, three...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1941

Powers Asks Amendment For Absentee Voting Bill _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii Several Legislators Have Pledged Support See Editorial on Page 2 Special to The Collegian HARRISBURG, Jan. 16—A request for an amendment on absentee voting has been presented to the Legislative Reference Bureau by Rep. John L. Powers (D., Allegheny). The amendment will be presented to this session of the Legislature which now has recessed until February 27. If Powers' amendment is passed by this Legislature, it will have to be re-passed in 1943 and then submitted to the electorate in November, 1943, for final approval. A similar amendment presented by Senator Frank W. Ruth (D., Berks) passed the Legislature in 1937 but was defeated in 1939 when it tried for second passage. The amendment has already been pledged the support of a number of legislators who answered postcards sent out in a campaign conducted by Pennsylvania State College students just before the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1941

The Corner UNUSUAL Relax At Dorinsf Exam Week Highlights in Penn State Sports ALL-AMERICANS • WILLIAM DUNN 1906 • BOB HIGGINS 1913 • CHARLES WAY 1920 • GLENN KILLINGER 1921 • JOE BEDENK 1923 • LEON GAJECKI 1940 GRAHAM & SON _zssisTeo fob national _advertising ay National Advertising Service, Iiw College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. new York. n.y. CH1CASO • _SOST_3M • L.03 _ANGELSd • SAN _FftAMCIiCJ _aiiiiHiiuiiiiiuuiiiiuiiiiiiitiuuiuuiiimimiiiiiiuuiiiiuiiiuiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiin OLLEGIANA _rtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiKiiiimiiiKiiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Poetry Corner This poem, by an anonymous author, was lound in an economics book by the head of that department. LIFE'S KEYNOTE - Oh life is like a music scale, It starts and ends on do; The doctor strikes the keynote .first And bids the dollars flow. The keynote never changes once Through all the passing years, For one thing's sure to cheer our hear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1941

ETIC T H A L ORE T S Opposite Main Entrance Dial 2158 MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING BARGAINS MEN'S SUITS Suits Coats Shoes Gloves Ties Shirts Hats Pajamas Jackets Hose $19 95 VALUES TO $35 All Nationally Known $2.95, $3.95 $4.95 Slac s FROMM OPP. OLD MAIN VmS% the he Non-profit Student Book Exchange Is Enter prize of The Students For The Benefit of All the Students SAVE MONEY ON YOUR TEXTBOOKS J Jan. 24-31 Feb. 3- 7 9:00 A.M 30P.M OLD LIBRARY REFERENCE ROOM m IS Hockey Skates Slicks & Regulation Socks Woo Now Dont Delay There's A Get Your Equipment On The Tang In The Air, Snow Ground and The Ponds Are Frozen _^ _M l_. "_§ "' ' ' Jar m «H& County Style Sausage .. 19c Beef Roasts A Specialty "SEori Ribs of Beef iamb Shoulders STATE MEAT MARKET is. Orders Promptly Delivered Dial 2045—21814-E_, College C" King Win ter Reigns Again for Winter Sports We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1941

Prompt and Courteous Delivery Miller's Market DIAL 775 I X04 W„ BEAVER AVE STEMS * CHOPS BEST BUYS in Better MEATS ff in DOUBTFUL IT'S DIM! Serai It To PENN STAT e laundry Dial 3261 320 W,. _Eeaveit £%f _^ 7/_$_4_& M \JL f k lour "one and only" is out of town? Don't let that ever down get you Nf o _matters where your love _^ ihay wander, Long _Distance calls . - make heatts_'grow fonder lou say _f tliat voice is really heaven? Well, low night rates begin at seven! THE BELLTELEPHONE.COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA _n was she l&m ¦& // //™ _rarav sc \_is U!jgr M-G.M Kcluro " _tariEaMfcHr _iB_^_b_^flHSHBHHl Shows At l:$Qr 3:00, S:30. 8:30 Let's get acquainted I Step_» in and have a cup of our delicious NlSXLf V HOT CHOCOLATE t_& _L Served From Our Thermostatically Controlled f A _CommUtee lamed fw MM Drive Executive committee members for the All-College Cabinet r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 January 1941

Ritenour Named Draff Physician Dr. Joseph P. Ritenour, head of the College Health Service, has been appointed by Governor James as a special physician to examine students called in the draft, it was announced yesterday. The appointment was received early in the week, Dr. Ritenour _isaid. Since that time three of the 1,554 students who registered in the Armory last October 16 have been examined at the Dispensary. Only undergraduate _„and graduate students enrolled in the College will be examined at the Dispensary, Dr. Ritenour said. He added that all others, including staff and faculty members, must be examined i>y regular draft physicians. Under the new setup, he explained, when a student is -required to take his physical examination Local Draft Board No. 1 in State College is notified and the board in turn notifies the Dispensary, making an appointment for_«the actual examination." This- does away with the necessity of the student returning to his home district. Anothe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 January 1941

Relax At Thfe Corner ' unusual ' DoringExarnWeek The-Alumni Association Nembership Plan—A Start Not A Finish 'It the Alumni Council' approves the Association's new- membership plan when it meets here on February 1 it will be doing the Association a favor but the plan itself will not do a thing to revive the organization. . Like putting a pulmotor in place, the real work ¦is not even started. But the stage is set. The Association now is due to be "battled" tooth and nail by students who will be asking all manner of embarrassing questions in the hope not of ruining the Association but of finding in it the kinds of organization that can best be of service to themselves and the College. It is going to be a good "battle" to watch and an even better one to fight in. The students who will be asked to pledge memberships in the Alumni Association are not expected to pay eight dollars for five-year enrollment without first convincing themselves that the eight dollars is well inves...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 January 1941

TOPCOAT SALE Kalin's Men's Shop 1 30 S. Allen St. TOPCOAT SALE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF .n STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Here's the answer lo _lhal problem of finding a -clean, comfortable room al a reasonable rale. Ifs The COLONIAL RUNNING WATER IN EVERY ROOM 123 W. Nittany DIAL 4850 We Kl_>ou) nou) pQMMS I Dry _Cleaner; _AT\_ DVei-S Texterized Cleaning 9 MEN'S SUITS J f\ • LADIES PLAIN /I Vi/* DRESSES Ttc/V/ CASH and CARRY 218 E. College Dial 2426 Fraternities!.. HAV_ YOU TRIED BEAVER BROS NEW BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 ICE SKATING Afternoons 2- 6 Evenings 7-10 15c If you have classes until 5:00, come al 5:00 and skate until 8:00. For Only 5c New Beaver Field Rink Nittany Lion Boxing Team Still 'Unknown Quantity' Still an unknown quantity, the Lion boxing team meets the Western Maryland boxers, another unknown, in Rec Hall at 8 p.m. Saturday i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 January 1941

Attention Rats I Ms«« _ron the drumbeat at the secohd annum Joe College Rat Race r Nj'-kv aY _mk _*a _Wif/i The CAMPUS OWLS CONTESTS A-LA-CARTE Jitterbug; 2. Smooth; 3. Eliminations ....w._..9r -. ~...._~... __. - _.._^.. r J EVEN THIS RAT_L B E AT TH E RACE .. , _^ SORRY. NO BEER AND HANDSOME _LOSING CUPS FOR PRIZES _ veS_2?i£ ___** February 4 75c Couple 5 Rec H 92 SHOP AT METZGER' A COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS «v _.__ _r_< _r_« _ I_ " Ai M-___.__ __-._/» Get It At Metz You Can gers WE ME NOW BUYING BOOKS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER CASH OR LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR ANY MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE WsjiilBflfiFi SPECIAL CONTINUOUS SHOWING TODAY ONLY • Feature Showing At 12:30. 2:32. 4:347 S:36. 3:33 Regular Schedule On MONDAY—THESDAY Wheai a _?_jt__£s_ iawoicce S&_alkeis _lipase leu UaMSkms /Wk .j.rh _ y__F ^_^_T^>_ (GififT J_&_jifat_&_HUt BTEWART _%IP»|§_flfI!/A Mci_.t: Pi _chiiii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

Hurstr M3 Killed In Millerstown Crash Nancy Spahr * 43 Injured Trustees Create Research Unit, 2-Day Registration Begins Today In Recreation Hall As Auto Rams Into Truck Hotel Curriculum Hoffman Urges Students Reelected President J. Franklin Shields, above, was reelected president of the Board of Trustees at the regular mid--winter meeting of the board in Harrisburg on January 25. An institute devoted to research in the fields of food_, clothing and shelter and a curriculum in hotel administration were established by the Board oi Trustees at its mid-winter meeting on January 25 and will swing into operation with the beginning of the second semester Wednesday. The institute, to be known as the Ellen H. Richards Institute, will consolidate a number of projects now carried on by the departments of chemistry and home economics and in the Agricultural Experiment Station. Dr. Pauline Beery Mack, professor of textile chemistry, will head the institute. She has resigned a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

_# _^ YOUR _# _# Best Cask Price? 'TT?"\/''T' D/^/^L_^C Liberal Trade I. 1 Jl,/Y i _DKJV _jlbJd Glean Used Books _> . . ¦ Cathaum Theatre Building Get Our Prices Before Buying Your Texts Ati College Courses. Keelers WE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _Collertan. established 1904. and the _Fres Lance, established. 1887. Published daily except Sunday Jjnd Monday, during the «_esular. College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania 6tate _College . Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934. «t the post-o_ce at State College, Pa., under the act ot March S, IS79. Editor _^ <gB-ftv Bus * and Adv. Mgr. Adam Smysep '41 <B^^» Lawrence Dtievet '41 Ejntorial and Business Office Downtown Office <_51S Old Main Bids. 119-121 South Frazier St. __ -Phone 711 Night Phone 4372 _Managing E-litor This Issue Ross. B. Lehman *42 _lNews Editor This Issue .Herbert J. Zukauskas '4? Woman's Editor This Is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

• DANCE PROGRAMS •CIRCULARS • SHOW CARDS • TICKETS Printing Done Foi All Occasions NITTANY _PfilNTINO AND PUBLISHING CO JUS S. FRAZIER ST. DIAL 4868 fm Sending You Today My Photograph Made The Professional Way By WILL YOU BE MY VALENTINE PENN STATE CLASS RINGS BALFOUR BRANCH OFFICE 109 S. Allen St ' At Charles' Fellow Shop \*3 THE FIRST NOTE OF SPRING I! Beautiful pastel skirts in solids and plaids. Reasonably priced at $1.98 and $2.98. Also—Sweaters, Blouses,. Slacks and Uniforms At Moderate Prices. a Smart Shop two weekend i o'ci«k$ sororj|j e$ Set To Open Rushing Wednesday Noon Given Freshman Coeds _ . . . . . _ . _. _. , _, , „ ,_ , , For Week Of Informal Parties And Free Contacts _ T.wo one o'clock permissions a weekend have been granted freshman coeds for second-semester, WSGA Senate has announced. Special hours for the Thespian dance arid Military "Ball were also announced. All coeds have been granted one d'clock permission tomor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

GET YOUR DATE NOW FOR TOMORROW NIGHT'S JOE COLLEGE RAT RACE CAN YOU JITTERBUG!! CAN YOU DANCE 'SMOOTH'!! CAN'T YOU DANCE AT ALL!! There Is An Opportunity For All To Win THREE HANDSOME LOVING CUPS In a "Jit terbug," "Smooth", and Elimination Contest. Music by Admission—75 cents couple 9-12 In Rec Hall CAMPUS OWLS Alumni Council Unanimously Okays Hibshman ISSUeS Dr. Hetzel Addresses An Alumni Meeting In Rec Hall With its new membership plan unanimously approved last Saturday afternoon by the Alumni Council, the Alumni Association is now ready to carry its case to the undergraduates in an effort to build up its membership. Only 32 council members attended as the Association completely revised its by-laws to adopt the new membership plan under which students will be solicited to join the Association as undergraduates. For $8 they will get a membership, which extends for five years after their graduation. The council voted that the students from the time they pledge t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

HE AND SHE: It's A Date Eight Cents Tax On Subscription A&mtedom ~_tiL _ffTT ~W7_~ —for Fraternities lVrll_^_JV -fo r Sororilies Hamer Dairy Co Phone 859 . # Confidential:- Overheard . in Old HE: Is If Free? SHE: Yes, the ' George Main \r\ Washington Birthday Ball sponsored'by IHE DAILY COLLEGIAN Is free fo all new second semester subscribers. HE: 0h, that's the dance that's going ' fo be held in Rec Hall on February 21, from 9 f© 12 and dress Is informal. Sfrfb And. don't forget OWLS are to play. HE: General Admission is 75c _those those swell CAMPUS Fraternities! HAVE YOU THIED beaver, mm NEW BHEADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BR© Phone Lewistown 791 ate _i ?rss s?« S'_^'ls AmericaMmiRecapture _$mWv [©M _PiSfl bn For Oberfy Sap f _^ fa|f J _Commencement Speaker W]th an aWria __ „, „,, With an abundance of Americans must recapture the love of liberty and the spirit of sacrifice shown by the nation's founders, the mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

PricesIflau _FlpverOaoinRp _Snlnu iromras PoloShirfeyVFI 5h Pajamas u ON l795 mi S "GROUP OF Suit's ROUP OF _S?_5 i« Topcoa 19 4I?9 95 57. j 2?5 $3.95 35 Jarman Shoes Raincoats Sueaters^/^ Uats yv_< _Hafs _^ ^^ _^_jArouX Groyp oF Shirte^^lackers _j L00 _XroutXZ95 iS_^_tORSWEli_>_V|i_^ y_^ EVERSIBlESkr V Shoes _>C Jppcoalrs _) 95 r 3 i5? _\SrV_^ 95 Robes v_^ Sp or I" Coats%/Slacks ACT QUICK — GET YOUR 2nd SEMESTER SAVINGS 10 Days. Beginning Feb. 3rd — CASH ONLY ALL-AROUND SERVICE • Overhauling • Lubrication • Repairing • Storage Eckley Garage Frosh Gymnasls Down Temple Yearlings, 34-20 A clean sweep in the rope climb and second place in the tumbling gave the strong freshman gymnasts a decisive 34 to 20 victory over the Temple yearlings in their opener here Saturday. Horizontal bar—I. G. Zimmerman, Temple; 2, Lebow, Penn State; 3, Lee, Penn State. Side horse—1, Patterson, Temple; 2,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

Evenings at 6:30. 8:30 Matinee Saturday Only at 1:30 I TODAY ONLY j" •a. » _o >/^_- ,_^_K>^^^K^^ 9 -WITlf mmmlm L * \^W -M> -ML f_&lwtiWfflkm _^H ¦ • IK #> LH L_^_efe ¦¦ 1 MWWM _^_B_^ ¦ • f Nothing Cat But the Pricel ® m CONTINUOUS SHOWINGS FROM 12:30 P. M. NO RESERVED SEATS • PRICES Adults .--. 40c Evening AU Seats - - - 55c Tax Included _^g Sy _S_^B TODAY *- L AT LAST Now you can see H* exactly as roadshown Full length 1 Nothing _^ cut but the price I _^ I TODAY and TUESDAY I L- : Shows at 1:30. 3:00.6:30. 8:30 _CINEMANIA Gone With The Wind, three hours and 45 minutes of historical romance in technicolor, will show on the Cathaum silver screen _todaj_^-Tuesday, and Wednesday. Matinee price is set at 40 cents while 55 cents will gain admission to the evening show. Lion Gyrn Undaunted by the previous record of Navy's strong gym team, a well-balanced Penn State aggregation scored a surpr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1941

. c Beautiful Line off A Very VALENTINES Feb. 14th is Ihe Day _Loose Leaf Notes with College Seal Other Books from 25c to $8.75 Mechanical Drawing Supplies Log, Deci Trig Slide Rules—$12.7 log t j Other Rules from 15c fo $12.75 Common Expression in Town and On Campus "You Can Get It At METZGERS TEXT BOOKS SELL US YOUR USED BOOKS VERY COMPLETE LINE OF STUDENT SUPPLIES AND ATHLETIC GOODS A A Both New and Used Cash or a Liberal Trade In Allowance Desk Blotter Holders-Stamped 'Penn State/ 60c and up Memory Books—Scrap Books Penn State Stationery Winter Sports Equipment For Skiing and Skating Fountain Pens and Pencils Pens—39c to $12.50 Office Supplies of All Kinds Fishing Tackle of the Better Kind Penn State Pennants and Stickers Typewriters For Sale and For Rent Student Desk Lamps—98c and up ¦ —- , Hammermill Bond Paper 100 Sheets—25c 250 Sheets—60_r 500 Sheets—89c and $1.00 Laundry Cases and Bags Alarm Clocks—98c and up Visit Our...

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