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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1941

James Denies Appropriation Increase Governor Recommends Greyhound Musi Propose Hew Site By February 17 2nd Semester Registration Ends Today $4,375,000 For College; -41 Budget $50,000 Ml-Research ? Same As 1939 ¦ Second semester registration will officially close in Recreation Hall-at 5 p. m. today after a heavy student enrollment had been handled yesterday by the College registrar's office, although no totals were available late last" night. Hundreds " of students crowded the halls " and first floor lounge of Old Main yesterday morning from 8 to 10 a. m. to _^ receive their grade transcripts, necessary for" registration. By. 11 a. m . the building was cleared. In order to alleviate the crowding in Old Main, College . Registrar William S. Hoffman is considering a plan to issue grade sheets in the Armory next year, although, he believes that this suggestion will not speed up the distribution but only eliminate the crowded conditions. tate registrants will be fined $5 a...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1941

^^ _» ^^ _* i- Oj _^ # . a YOUR wxt mom Best Cash Prices Liberal Trade In Clean Used Books Get Our Prices Before , Buying Your Texts All College Courses. fveelers CatkatuH Theatre Building Looking For A Snap Course _? Register For Corner Room ¦ '¦¦ 123 No Prerequisites Held Every Sandwich Hour No Lab Fees THE DAILY COLLEGIAN 'Tar A Batter Penn State" E.. 'ivblish_*l 1940. Successor t<> the Penn State CaUagiaa, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday during the _inesular CoUeije year by the students of The Pennsylvania _filate College . Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934, •it the poat-o—co at State _College, Pa., under the act at March 8. 1879. Ediioe _s**m_^ Bus* and Adv- Mgr. Adam _Smyser "4!<I^^^I> Lawrence _Driever *41 _Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office-313 Old Main Bide. 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Night Phone 4S72 _Managing Ed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1941

.ifere's ihe: answer to- that ¦ f prdbleijfc* finding a.clean, ~xom£cnrtabte room at a reasonable" rate. —IT'S— THE COLONIAL RUNNING WATEH IN EVERY ROOM .# 123 W. Nillany Dial 4850 nc I AW _MIVI1UI Opposite Main Gate Open Evenings Dial2158 DICTIONARIES Webster TYPING PAPERS Hammermill Bond 500 Sheets—$1.00 250 Sheets—60c (20 lbs. sub) LAUNDRY CASES $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3.00 VALENTINES 5c. 10c, 15c 25c to $1.00 LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS 39c, 49c, 85c, $1.25, $2 and $3 (Fillers to fit all sizes) SLIDE RULES K. & E., Log Log, Polyphase [YPEWRITERS Corona, Remington, Underwood (Rentals) FOUNTAIN PENS Sheaffer—Parker—Waterman ARTIST MATERIALS Water-Oil Tempera Colors (All grades ot artist papers) DRAWING MATERIALS Dietzgen, Keuffel and Esser Sets—$19.50, $21.75, $25 STATIONERY Plain—50c, 65c, $1.00 Die Stamped—65cF 85c PENN STATE CUSS RINGS BALFOUR BRANCH OFFICE At Charles? Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St Matmen Tackle Tigers Tonight Riding t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1941

will wrap it to assure safe arrival anywhere. Heart Boxes at 25c _*o $3J5 REA & DERICK, Inc ALLEN STREET " ' . STATE COLLEGE, P_£ Give Her ^^^^^^ . Chocolate* Rea & _DericKs the Headquarters - for Hearts „ . See the window display of Whitman hearts with Gale's! and Gobelin heart packages. - You'll admit that it is theTnost beautiful assortment'you have ever seen. .. _,..; .... . _O fQenliiuA r j _n mm 84* _r AWOMAN _NWER" _roRGCTSTHE>^NWHO ~ REMEMBt3 TONIGHT!! JOE COLLEGE RAT RACE "JUST A PLAIN GOOD TIME" three handsome loving cups as prize_? J* V -- _• - ¦%_?- ¦ _¦: _& ' / y- MUSIC CAMPUS BY OWES Admission 75 cents 9-12 Rec Hall 111 IIP mm o KS ' _/4_M COURSES College Book Store J.23 W. B«.ro-<?c A.T** For Valentine Dance Chaperones for WRA's annua' Sweetheart Dance slated foi White Hall from 9 p. m. to midnight Friday, February 14. were announced by Bernice M. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

Student Board Basketball Game, Boxing Will Supervise Matches Will Highlight Campus Traffic Tonight's Tripleheader A new system of punishing student violators of campus traffic rules—a system intended to strictly enforce all regulationshas been proposed and will probably go into effect next week if All-College Cabinet gives its approval Wednesday night. Under the plan a seven-man student Traffic Board has' been set up to hear all complaints. Violators will be turned over to the board by the Campus Patrol. The board will probably have power to assess small fines and to revoke campus licenses. Jack W. Brand '41 has been appointed chairman of the Traffic Board. Other members are Gerald F. Doherty '42, Margaret L. Embury '42, Raymond F. Leffler '42, John E. Long '42, Mai-shall D. Miller '41 and John M. Phillips '42. Dean A. R. Warhock and Capt. William V. Dennis, Jr., will be ex-officjo members. Brand intends to call a preliminary meeting of the group sometime this week. The board wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

^^ # ^^ Q. _/ «> N/ _tz YOURj-50 Best Cash Prices ' I'L'X_^_nT D _fV_^'M/'_CP Liberal Trade In 1 EL.A 1 X3_UKjP% Clean Used Books • — _t, 6et Our Prices Before T/* 1 9 Catlmi B«yiBSY.ur Texts _^€6_^ S I S" 1 AH _®o!fege _Cqarses. ;•. ¦ ..,,_„;,,. ::[• , _^. ._*.:;_v. -. ¦-:.- : _•.. .,<;-.. • " >-_? --~ -_^ , *v,^« ' i ...... »_j» - .-:..". ..... • ... ... t-"_ijn *S *I WITHDRAWALS Ten students, withdrew _^ from the College before the-end of last semester, Registrar William S. Hoffman has announced. Listed among the withdrawals were Margaret J. Chubb '42, Robert M. Diehl '42 and eight freshmen, Albert W. Feeney, Fred L. Goodman, Lawrence Hamacher, Xen S. Hosier, Albert J. Hricik, George. R. Hunter, Henry S. McDeyitt, and Paul F. Ryan. The following reasons were given for withdrawing: two because of illness, two to go to business school, one because of poor scholarship, one to enlist in the Canadian Air Corps, two to go to work, one beca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

Letters To The Editor _Bring Student Problems To The Forefront Horse Trading'Versus pie with a gift. The American people, unfortunately, are not all of them horsetraders. So • they don't look the gift horse in the -mouth. Desperate for a release frpm a- decade of economic depression and social disease, they grasp _eagerlysthe preferred gift. ¦ Were a Canadian to read your editorial, he would have been hard putto _t recall" the traditional American-Canadian ' .. friendship. "Let's start with Canada" . you say when looking over "the'possible. payments. England -could make. As though" Canada were a • British possession.- As though Canada were not a free and " sovereign nation. - .The ' Canadian •wbuld " look' at our ' "short steps toward war"- and say; "Defense of the-Western Hemisphere?. No. Age of blood and iron—the New Steps in the direction of the New American Imperialism!". - FredLukoff-'43 Letters Page All letters to the editor of Collegian which are of general interest ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

WILL YOU BE MY VALENTINE ? The Easiest Way To Say This Is To Ask Him To The W.R.A Dance The First Chance This Year For A Girl A Good Time To Show The Sou February 13, 1941 White Hall $1.00 Per Couple GLENNLAND BLDG DIAL 2217 _* VALENTINE f FORMAL MIL-BALL i_'frr. Make Her Valentine Flowers Bu WOLFE THE FLORIST WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BALL "'!»¦" ' _¦ •» -< MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS Dancing 9-12 Rec Hall E B R U A R Y Informal 75c per couple 2 Second Semester Collegian Subscribers Admitted Free ; Sororities Will Launch Intensive Rushing Campaign We, The Women Rushing Schedule TODAY Noon. Invitations for informal parties must be at Student Union. Free association begins. TOMORROW AND FRIDAY Free association. SATURDAY 5 p.m. silent period begins. FEBRUARY 10 Noon. Invitations for informal parties must be at Student Union. Second week of free association begins. FEBRUARY 11-12 Free association. FEBRUARY 13 9 p.m. Silent p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

DON'T STOP AT MURDER A newspaper is at) accurate reflection of what today . .. and what people are doing with today. is doing with people news. So is a bank stick-up. or the launching- of a new ship industry. Murder is big-type tion of a new,library hundreds in reviving And so is the dedicaor the employment of But you have read only half the story, if you stop at murder. In our ad vertising columns can be found news in its most authentic sense. What are people wearing? What are they eating? Where are they going? How are they going? Why this style, and why that vogue? When is the time to build ? Who has the latest ? How much does it cost ? Answers to these and like questions give you real information .. . news ... about this business of modern living. And you will find these answers by carefully reading the advertisements in this newspaper. s _aairSS k??*v_$_®_Zr_? v._P /* Viewing The Draft Sacks '41 Goes To Movie Capitol From collegiate d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

REDUCED PRIGES ON. SERIES TICKETS THE sale of Artists' Course series tickets for the last three numbers continues at the A.A. Windows in Old Main. Series tickets originally priced at $5.50 are now repriced at $3.90, $4.50 tickets are $3.40. The remaining numbers are: Feb. 11—JASCHA HEIFETZ, violinist . March 17—CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA April 17—ANNA KASKAS, contralto If series seats remain, tickets for individual numbers will be sold tomorrow, at $2.25 each for Heifetz and the Cleveland Orchestra and $1.25 for. Anna Kaskas. ' THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE ARTISTS' COURSE Tigers Break Lion Gra Weight Lifting Finalists To Receive Place Medals; Taylor Raises 595 Pounds Medals will be awarded by the Strength and Health Club to all winners of their respective weight classes in the weight lifting finals. In the 118-pound class, Joe Sawicke lifted 285 pounds, Henry Wenger, a 13!*-pounder, came through with a 355 weight total. Milt Griffith in the 148-pound class, hoisted 490 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

Cagers To Battle Tough West Virginia Foe Tonight A Lot Depends On These Two _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiu The fate of the Lion's cage game against West Virginia tonight may depend more than a little on these two sharpshooters. At the left is Scotty Moffatt, who will have a chance to come out of a bad slump. At the right is Herk Baltimore, flashy sophomore center. the game though Baric will do the jumping, then drop back to his guard post. ' For State, Coach Lawther will use the same team that started at Pitt and that started the Syracuse game at Rec Hall. This will have Captain Johnny Barr and Elmer Gross on the front line, Herky Baltimore at center and Dick Grimes and Bob Ramin at the guards. Visitors Average SO Points A Game THE LINEUPS Pos.—State W. Virginia F—Barr Ruch F—Gross Hicks C_^Baltimore ' Hamilton G—Grimes Mandich G—Ramin Baric In the windup of the first sports tripleheader of the yea"rin Rec Hall at 8 tonight, a ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1941

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCTS PORTER & WEBER Call State College 2793 128 S. Frazier St i »;.- • » ¦;:.} i :. ,_;.;^v..._% ;r,j -. < . • - , ii,; !: .-, ;• „ _: ;- < ;.- .J,;^*^ J THRIL£_-$0_*K£B SAGA Of I _ju sjcory_._makisg mm &' The *ereen _raachai £|p' ' new _heijhUoE ante* _Ij' ' _^ t»inmant in _thii _dS^&_S?*ra '9hty a P'<_= "i tha ill_^:: ''ISi Itoat no»th( < _frfx . ] GARY COOPER MADELEINE CARROU -CedlftDeMiM NORTH WES1 MOUNTED POLICE" J c/ 0touKwuA QictuH _^ in TECHNICOLOR. SCHEDULE T_^HBI Show At BSHrtq 1:00 _HMStf 3:0S _BflSKK 6:30 BUp_!HPl 8;45 _^_EKYoWH Want Something You Don't Have!.,. You Don't Want ... Have Something Take Advantage Of The CLASSIFIED SECTION Of The DAILY COLLEGIAN Presenting a return engagement of our successful New Year's Eve Show. ARIZONA With Jean Arthur. William Holden. Warren William And A Cast of Thousands He was the only counterfeit in the bank! O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 February 1941

Division Severed From LA Hetzel Okays Separation; Wagner Named Head Approves Division i. -*y \ flfr- _% i •r.C;f I * . Dean Charles W. Stoddart above, yesterday approved the separation of the Lower Division from the School of Liberal Arts to, establish an independent unit for freshmen and sophomores. Independent Unit Put Under Committee Rule A separation of the present Lower Division from the School of Liberal Arts, to become effective immediately, has been approved by President Ralph D. Hetzel. The separation will be in effect only until it is deemed feasible for the establishment of an independent college unit for all freshmen and sophomores. The change in the present setup, under which the Lower Division was dependent on the administration and academic policy of the School of Liberal Arts, was made following the recommendation of a committee appointed by President-Hetzel several months ago. Under the present policy, the Lower Division will be operated under the dir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 February 1941

SERVE If SON'S CRISF1ELD OYSTERS EXTRA STANDARDS EXTRA SELECTS COUNTS DIRECT FROM CRISFIELD, MARYLAND ARRIVE FRESH TWICE A WEEK COOK'S MARKET Phone 791 115 5. _frazier Sf For You To Share _Jfh The Savings On AU Standard Brand Wearing _^ Apparel Thursday-friday_^_SSiay f FROMM'S Opposite Old Main A WORD OF ADVICE If You Want To Save Yourself Soine Money, Take Advantage _&f \ fROMM'S SECOND SEMESTER SALE /* HIE _3AltY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penh State" _CitAMished 1940. _Successor to the Penn State CotSearUa, _entablished 1904, and the Fres Lance, established 1887. _Published daily _except Sunday and Monday during: fan rcvrular Collese year by the students of The Pennsylvania Biota _College, Entered aa aecond-class. matter July B. 1934, tut the po3t-_">—ce at 3tat_<i College, Pa., under the act at March 8. 1_S79. Editor _^_g_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Adam _Smysat "41 <D^^B> Lawrence Driever '41 _RJilorial and Business Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 February 1941

ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY EDUCATION MINING FORESTRY PHYSICAL EDUCATION COMMERCE 6- JOURNALISM AGRICULTURE AT e ic store, nc Open Evenings Opposite Main Gate Phone 2158 Scally Decisions Woyciesjes As Boxers Lose To Syracuse fslittany Lion Cagers Prove Easy Victims Virginia, 35-29 ¦ ¦ 44 Mifmen Lose Bucknell Frosh, 42-31 To Orange Wi-V/_i Baird Pounds Out Victory; Stanko Loses To 145-Pound Champ By STANLEY J. POKEMPNEH In _^ spite of Paul Scally's brilliant victory over Americo Woyciesjes, Orange co-captain and eastern intercollegiate 175-pound champ for two years, Penn State's boxing team bowed to-its jinx rival, Syracuse, 4_%-3V_£, before nearly 6,000 fans in Rec Hall last night. Scally showed the unorthodox Syracuse boxer theffine points of a straight left jab as he kept the wild - swinging Orangeman's blows off for three rounds to defeat Woyciesjes for the first time in a dual meet. Woyciesjes was defeated only once before, in tournamen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 February 1941

Give Her ^^ fiit_^0_^ Chocolates Rea & _Derides the Headquarters : for Hearts See the window display of Whitman hearts with Gales and Gobelin heart packages. You'll admit that it is the most beautiful assortment you have ever seen. - Place your order early and avoid disappointment.. W _s will wrap it to assure safe arrival anywhere. Heart Boxes at 25c to $3.75 REA & DERICK. Inc ALLEN STREET STATE COLLEGE ' S&y&X'' _-" _^ U (_QtiUi nA ft « ft _zSBSZfr' III (J. _n _^f A WOMAN NEVERFORGETS1HEiMANWHO REMEMBERSr J* --. __ '' '•*•*—-*•- .ITL«-. - - _ _ _ -_.^_ ALL COURSES College Book Store _» \f,,_ta\_vfcir/Awe Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 8:30. 8_s3_(J TODAY AND FHlOAt I GmQ Wm _MASEumcmm >»< Mm$temm> - NORTH WES1 'MOUNTEB _* POUGE"J M cA ytvutniouttf- _Qicimt _^ in TECHNICOLOR. SCHEDULE _(HHREB Shows At H_^_BaSI _i.-oo WB _Smm 3:os SheSe 3:30 _BJi_^Mff 3:45 HHffl S'COLLEGIAN' • SECOND - '."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 February 1941

Mil Ball Features Willkie Asked To Speak At College 'Tic Toe' Rhythm February 23 To Climax Relief Drive Of Gray Gordon Gray Gordon will be-"giving out" that famous "tic toe" rhythm tonight from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. for ROTC cadets' annual Military ' Ball,1 which is Rec Hall's first formal affair of the semester. Dancing in a strictly military setting' of flags, machine guns, and sand-bags, the cadets will be in full uniform, while all others will be in. formal attire. During intermission the' junioiv officers ¦ will form a ceremonial sabre arch under which the senior officers and.their "dates" will march. ' Cadet Col.' Thomas "G. Tousey, chairman of the tBall, has. announced that due _t to the growth of the advanced ROTC group, they were able to sign Gray Gordon, a larger band than Has been -available for "Mil" Ball in the past. Included in Gordon's Band of 17 ,. are Art Perry and Meredith Blake, his two featured vocalists. Bids to the dance are available through any advanced R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 February 1941

^^ _« ^^ ili <3f A x/ O >* <* YOUR TEXT BOOKS Best Cash Prices Liberal Trade In Glean Used Books Get Our Prices Before Buying Your Texts Cathaum Theatre Building Keeler o Ait College Courses TIE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better'Penn Siate" •_ilWiahed 13-40. Successor to the Penn State EoR_*z' t*a, established 1304. and the Free Lance, established 1S37. Publish»d diiiy _esojpt Sunday and Monday durimr the ular Coll'*£-3 i'-air by the students o£ The Pennsylvania E. _Enteral as second-class matter July 5. 1534 EntaMi as second-class a-Jll )t_? College . the post-<>-_Ci at _Staty College. Pa irah 3. 1879. under the act ot 1. Editor ^«n- _^. _^us - an < _* Adv. Mgr. Adam _Sttiysar '41 <! _&_iggg_» Lawrence Driever '41 ETilori.il and Business Oftk- Downtown Office ill." Old Main _BlAj. 119-121 South _Fraxier St. Phone 711 _Nisht Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Vera _L. Kemp '41: Managin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 February 1941

THE FIRST,NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OS /Oy r_^y } i V / _^ f c H v t $ i* THN / £i?_fr \jk NO WAITING! There are more than 6,000 Bell Telephone operators in Pennsylvania —and more than 100,000 in the United States! Shaving seconds off the time required to make telephone connections is a constant goal of these highly skilled young women. That's one of the reasons why America enjoys the world's finest . . . and the world's fastest • a teleph one By the how long since you way • has it been called home? THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA The 'Sweet VALENTINE REMEMBRANCE Choice candies can always be counted on to win your Valentine—especially if they come from Graham's. You'll find a complete selection here, moderately priced. aienfme Assortment The delicious taste of these fine candies will delight her . , . She'll like the valentine shaped ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 February 1941

Edwards Motor Transit Co LOCAL BUSES BETWEEN BELLEFONTE & STATE COLLEGE Leave Bellefonte Leave State College 7:15 A. M. Daily 8:00 A. 10:40 A. M. Daily 1:00 P. 2:00 P. M. Daily except Sun. 5:10 P 5:10 P. M. DaUy 7:05 P. 9:15 P. M.-Daily 10:00 P. M. Daily M. Daily M. DaUy exceptSun M. Daily < M. Daily * ' " '. "" _fi_^ _tSMi_^BE _fi Evenings at 6:30, 3:30 Matinee Saturday Only at 1:33 TODAY: Marx Bros.—in—"GO WEST" SATURDAY: "CASE OF THE BLACK PARROT" also Green Hornet Serial MONDAY: Johnston Motor Bus line, liic New Schedule—Effective From February Stale College - Wiliiamsport 3,1941 Through Coach Daily Read Down AM PM PM 8:00 1:00 7:05 8:15 1:15. 7:15 8:20 1:20 7:20 8:30 1:30-7:35 1:40 7:40 1:55 7:55 2:02 8:00 8:50 S:15 2:15 8:15 9:30 2:30 8:30-9:38 2:35 8:33 9:40 2:39 8:39 9:45 2:45 8:45 9:55 2:55 9:00 10:30 3:30 9:35 PM PM 4:45 9:45 5:30 9:30 5:20 9:25 5:10 9:15 8:55 8:40 8:30 4:45 4:15 8:15 4:05 8:05 3:52 7:52 3:50_^7:50 3:45 7:45 3:35 -743...

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