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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 7 September 1960

To Help You Study! Call Worrell's for A Study Sreak delivered to you 9-12 PIZZAI HOAGIES! BERGER BOATS! FRENCH FRIES and SOFT DRINKS! AD 8-3331 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiii [_iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiii If YOU are mm these people YOU know it pays to advertise in the COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIEDS /?* _ smart* join __ _^people arev_5 ' fiianf-admifided Send In your Information, name and address to the Summer Collegian, Box 261, State College of call UN 5-2531 WATCH THE RESULTS Visit PIER 53! We have your _^_tta favorite beverage £ I ANNOUNCING . . . in our modern ^\ secluded ____,_ _^ __JBb_ ken-in-basket nicy Steak an Spaghetti Some Today ROUTE 53 ELLEFONTE ROTC UNIFORMS waiting to be issued to some lucky freshman to care for it lovingly as a mascot this fall. TV's Power Rejected By Manning I am a little fed up with the idea that a few tubes and a loud speaker have more power...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 7 September 1960

University Creamery Sales Room l _^ roductd Creamery Buffer Cheddar Cheese Cottage Cheese Brick Cheese _Trappisi Cheese oLJaivii a P A Eis Ice Cream asteurized Milk (_hccelate Milk Buttermilk Grade Large ggs State College Quality CANDY HEADQUARTERS From Holland Brandyeiies Filled Rumeltes Hazelnut Caramels From Belgium Lemon Bon Bons Filled Raspberry Bon Bons Chocolate Crunch From _Errand Toffee Glacier Mints Pennsylvania Dutch Butter Mints Peanut Crunch Chocolate Cashew Waffles RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES ALWAYS FRESH Griggs pharmacy T20 E. College Avenue State College, Pa. Electricity gives you a vacation ail summer! 111 _«- is— A room air conditioner lets you sleep cool as a mountain stream-even under a light blanket! Cl You're really on vacation when you cook electrically "With an automatic electric range you set the controls and forget the cooking. Isn't electricity your biggest summer bargain? value at low cost _Mi_^V ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 7 September 1960

IMPORTANT DINNER DATE1 Escort your lady to the Boalsburg Steak House for memorable dining. A superb cuisine and courleous service make ihe occasion an event! Steak House Boalsburg 4 Miles South of State College on Rt. 322 L'UMKKCOLLECIANSUMMEKCOLLKGIANSUMMKUCOLLKUIANSUMMKRCOLLI: /^ _^ No Kidding £ YOU'RE SURE _g_*jj_^ TO GET iM§ RESULTS ith Collegian assified Ads! 17 words if paid by cash and 12 words if charged, for only 50c Call UN 5-2531 or Stop !n at the Carnegie Office No Time? Write info on a Post Card and Mail to Box 261, State College in air-conditioned comfort . . . JUST ORDER RELAX ..EAT TAVERN ENJOY DINNER: 5:00-11:00 p.m. SNACKS: Served daily, Your choice of tasty pizza, delicious sandwiches_, fresh fish. RESTAURANT The TAVERN mm m RESTAURANT HESTAURANT Woe dy Be Re _^ez HABERDASHERY and beat ihe fall / J^>^ JKrlpf'/ before the fall rush buy has fall ad- In the Center of P...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 7 September 1960

EKCOLLEGJANSUMMEKCOLLEGIANSUMMERCOLLEGIANSUMMERCOLL Cant Keep This Under My Hat. You Have Rooms For nt, or Items to Sell, Use _JLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED _>S for Quick Results. e _60LLEG9AN ASSIFIED ADS 17 words if paid by cash and 12 words if charged, for only 5Cc the'Carnegie Office. No Time? II UN 5-2531 or Stop rite Info on a Post Card and Mail to Box 261, State College THE COMPACT STORE 8 A.M. 'til 11 P.M EVERY DAY \_Mb ¦ _* _* „ /•' "Phone your order" Groceries and Snack Items for Picnics and Quick Lunches Fresh Pastries end So Sad Your favorite newspaper, magazine or paperbacks _^i _i | _| _s TSSTY SPOT 326 E. College Ave FREE PARKING in Campus Shopping Center ll _Today's Answer T LASfflV A I IE N J, , ,M 0 » RlHts HBtU r gV IA Ml E jSjl dw;T $m i m a dMl a nTcTf To T loinMc en _flsMA s A-1 _>_. W I GJA E C _' lofiD . VTi_ IIGIARE SjMlA NIG "6"* Ml ; .-l L"£ ijNji A r TfRTE up *> ^""V U * _, _^ ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Lawrence Urges Taxes for Education By MEG _TEICHHOLTZ Co-Editor (See Related Editorial cm Page 4) Governor David L, Lawrence stepped before the state Genera] ¦Assembly yesterday asking legislative approval of a new tax program for increased support of education. . Lawrence gave the legislature two alternative taxes, one that would raise $27 million, the other would raise $30 million. The first would be a tax on out of state stocks and bonds, the EAGER NEW STUDENTS ARRIVE anxious to begin their college careers tions to begin studying. There may in a few cases. second a tax on returns hs divias divi 'from investments such dents. and interest. Of the sums mentioned $21 million would go to increasing local school subsidies and the remainder to higher education in the state. Senator Jo Hays, Centrc-D., said last night that as he interprets the Governor's speech, "priority for the money for higher education would go to Penn State." Hays, who at the time was in a joint mee...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

MEYERS' RESTAURANT 238 West College Ave LUNCHEONS DINNERS Your Favorite Beverages PIZZA Piano for Your Singing & Listening Pleasure THURSDAY NITE AS _PAWEftFill AS RATH _LOVE AND HATE IS THE CLASH OF THESE MEN! ROCK KIRK HUDSON•DOUGLAS We % * *- X MW>«P»*tefl CO-STARRING DOROTHY MALONE I 8 JOSEPH GOTTEN • CARpL Begins TOMORROW » LYNLEY - NEVILLE BRAND & playbyDALTONTRUMBO Directed by ROBERT ALDRICH e •9 • LAST DAY • e • Pat Boone—Buddy Hackett "ALL HANDS ON DECK" BUSINESS STAFF MEETING All old staffers and all others interested in working on the business staff of the Summer Collegian, Please ATTEND this meeting. WEDNESDAY 7 P.M. 9 CARNEGIE Starts Wednesday Feature: 1:37. 4:13. 6:50. 9:27 ¦ mo n Ki ll Uhli iaeii MS" mn juudo- riAKu-Fiu fbucbi »>em-v»&_wm _snamim* _cMuasmwn _PVttlMllmMVXVt<ltHltltmmi_*_ttMItl>il1l _im_&mm-mm'WIltM The MATEER PLAYHOUSE AT ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

t for only 50c -_ >—JL. YOU ¦ V-_^' CAN HAVE THE SUMMER COLLEGIAN MAILED HOME EVERY WEEK. Just clip the coupon, bring it to The Collegian office or Mail To: THE SUMMER COLLEGIAN Box 261, State College _Q Cash ? Check ? Money Order Name , Subscription Address Campus Address Summer studio hours at bill coleman's will be from nine lo one. Soft music and air conditioning, and it > the best time of the year for a fine portrait in your summer _suntan and casual clothes. •d 7-4454 136 •¦ college ave At Greetings to New Students The Welcome Mat Is At The Door of the Nearest Balfurd Store Balfurd Careful Cleaners 307 W. Beaver Ave. and HIS. Garner St. (Across from the Campus Shopping Center) Come pay us a visit and get acquainted with the favored custodian of campus clothes and college fashions for over a quarter century . . . BALFURD—the best friend your clothes ever had. Clear your mind of clothes-care, worries and get set for clear s...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Contradictions Your are attending a University that owns a research laboratory in La Spaza Italy but whose library ranks at the bottom of the stack in comparison to other institutions of this size. Your are attending a University that awarded about 30 Ph.D. degrees in science and engineering, and awarded three such degrees in the humanities_. You are attending a University that has inaugurated the four-term plan to speed up education and accommodate more of Pennsylvania's students, but one that must humble itself to the state legislature each year to get the money for expansion. You are attending a Univer sity that can hold more students in its residence halls than in its classrooms, You are attending a University whose professors had to take their own survev to find that their _^ V*. salaries are some of the _»"•• T_.ichholu lowest in the trade because University offiicals refused to make the survey. You are attending a University that once upon a time had an ice skati...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

LIVE AT HALL MARILYN 317 E. Beaver Ave and SAVE SPECIAL SUMMER RATES Room Rates: $3.59 - $4.00 and $5.00 per week Board OPTIONAL 5-Day a week Basis: $10.00 Before YOU sign a room contract _unywhere STOP & COMPARE Considering Other Advantages Worth • Clean, pleasant rooms • Family-style meals (no standing in line) # Convenient to town and campus • For your leisure-hours—5 channel television Make Reservations now for Summer & Fall Semesters ask for Mrs. Petriskey QUALITY HAIRCUTS ALL STYLES AT ONE LOW PRICE JACK'S BARBER SHOP 131 S. PUGH ST. NEXT TO GLENNLAND Complete Laundry Service Open Daily From 7:30 a. m. lo 6 p. m BIKE REPAIRS PARTS ACCESSORIES Western Auto 200 W. College Ave AD 7-7992 CAMPUS GLEANERS E. BEAVER AVE NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE Fast Dry Cleaning Service Alterations and Repairs SOUTHWEST TEACHER'S AGENCY 1303 Central N.E. Albuquerque. New _Mexico Serving the Entire Southwest, West & ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Christian Home. Unless otherwise specified, activities are held at or leave from the University Baptist Church. All Students: Sunday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Seminar on "Protestant-Roman Catholic Encounter" 10:45 a.m. —- Worship, State College Presbyterian Church For all events, meet at the Presbyterian Center at the time specified. Protestant Religious Services and Activities TUESDAY IS STEAK DAY SIRLOIN STEAK Grilled or Broiled to your choice and served with Fresh Garden Salad, Golden French Fries, Our Own Baked Bread, Creamery Butter and Apple Butter. $1.29 Our New Hours to Serve You Belter Will Be 7:00 a.m. lo 11:30 p.m. Daily. TWwfPHMW ¦ _* FAMILY RBSTAURANT5 230 E. College Ave. State College, Pa. @fM®®_X_& WELCOME SUMMER STUDENTS from The Friendly Drug Store Prescription Specialists Russell Stover Agency Prestige Cosmetics Eastman Color Film and Processing by EASTMAN All for your convenience al GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 I. COLLEGE AVE Oppo...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Things to do and Places to go This Summer Concentrated four term plan or not, it is swimming, tennis and boating are among the cilities combined with the area's rich natural a safe bet that summer students, no matter many diversions offered the class-weary stu- facilities provide a paradise-like atmosphere where they are will take advantage of Mother dent ' seldom found at a university. Nature's seasonal generosity. And with the A cultural round of morning classes, a How to stud>' with a11 this going on? Most local summer activities in this area, University -di.til.tln. afternoon on the links, the courts * _« _™ <£_& _*q ^^ _J_^ny students may tend to ha taken advantage of or the beaches capped with a lively play or combine it. A combination of Whipples and rather than taking advantage. movie (or possibly a textbook) makes for a Whitman is not at alt a rarity. - A veritable carnival of summer activities . contented student body. No matter how you look at it...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

You'll find your favorite sandwich at Ye Olde lurger Shoppe HAMBUMEKS Hot Dog & Sauerkraut 20c 25c so oi, Rib Steak \-\_h French Fries, Lettuce and Tomato $1.29 • • • and your favorite beverage at The My Oh-My Lounge beneath the burger shoppe WELCOME inlo ihe Here's hoping you are soon settled and getting swing of Penn Slale ways. There are many here ... all bigger and more crowded than ever seen before. different things you've probably 8 thing thai You'll al-Ihe BEST_, and why. Unive/ _ilv But, no mailer where you go, there never changes, and lhal is, Ihe value of ways wanl ihe MOST for your money . Here at Penn Slale, students know just they gel their money's worth—KEELER one money . . and where S. The m Bookslorel Al Keeler's you'll find the most complete slock of school supplies in the area. It there is anything you need lor any classes . . . Keeler's has ill And. the friendly and helpful sales personnel al Keeler's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

JACK HARPER GIFT FOR FATHER "LACASTE" GOLF AND TENNIS SHIRTS. GANT OF NEW HAVEN SPORT SHIRTS. SOUTHWICK, GORDON-FORD, AND OUR OWN ATHERTON y—y SPORT COATS AND _xfAm SUITS. «_SS* Father's Day June 18th _S_&jfyfyt* Custom Shop for Men Around Ihe corner from Boslonlan Lid. State College (Free _Delivery) vrHadavHH_3_VfH3JHVHH_3_VfH3daVHM.2VrH3JHVH»:>Vrj>VrH3dHVH^^^ _llVKRESG_^_rf/A _^CKT\_ RPERGllYKHES(VEJACKH\RrK Siders Give You That Non-Slip Grip No matter what the sport, Sperry Top-Siders' Squeegee Action gives you a safe sole grip even on wet, slippery surfaces. This same squeegee action wipes every footstep clean, an important feature on decks or wooden courts. Sperry Top Another of the brand names at Bostonian Ltd _^-BoStOnkll LtOr Guy Kresge Jack Harper Allen Street. Around the Corner from Jack Harper Custom Shop 10S South The magnet may light a it that a town It once was just a laboratory trick. Shooting fiery fuel through a ma...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Fine Haircuts in Pleasant Surroundings DAVIDSON'S BARBER SHOP 145 S. Allen "Next to Murphy's" We VACUUM CLEAN Your Hair . "2*-H--H--M-_*H*,»,,H*,$--!"J,,{-,H"''M,,5* \/=_2S We Aim To Please ... With TWO HANDY LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU TONY'S BARBER SHOP 231 E. Beaver St. UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP 134 E. College Ave _fe LOOK AND FEEL SHARP With a Haircut From MADDEN'S BARBER SHOP 110 S. Allen St. Just Down From Ihe Corner Room" 5 EXPERT BARBERS WHO DO ALL STYLES !•«)•• «••••••••••••»»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Back To The Good Old Days OLD FASHIONED HAIRCUTS at OLD FASHIONED PRICES !• We Cater lo Ihe Moderns, Too! ¦ BILL'S BARBER SHOP • 1 Block West of Allen on Beaver, Next to the Sunoco Station GROOMING STARTS AT THE TOP Add Some ZEST _t''"_2« _Trf_* '_• Your APPEARANCE WITH ONE OF THE LATEST IN MEN'S HAIR STYLES We give that personal touch HERB'S BARBER SHOP Top of Hill on Allen St Do You Want . . PROMPT SER...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

FREE BOOK COVERS For All STUDENTS FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY 18th JUNE Of course. Dad doosn 1 have to wear a patch lo enjoy fina HATHAWAY SHIRTS. Piclured hero is the very comfortable half-sleeve dacron and cotton wrinkle-proof, drip-dry shirt. Either button-down or ' regular shorl point collar. 7.50 u y M m m MEN'S STORE STATE COLLEGE *** - C.I. , X TUESDA Y. JUiN i_£_2£J_9 f] r_? i llffll K _«-i **• !&_$_\i_& MP? _$u% li: * -A <c-"ti_.J _^ >!_vV sM e_& Hf & if By DOT! DRASHER In a return appearance Claude Frank, internationally known pianist, will give a concert for the first artist series program of the summer term at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 21. in Schwab. Tickets will be available to students at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday and to non-students at 9 a.m. Monday at the Hetzel Union desk. Distribution of tickets will continue until Wednesday. Frank was one of the last pupils of Arlur Schnabel and has been clo...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 June 1961

Student Needs Health & Beauty Clipboards Aids Electric & Wind Alarm clocks Student Lamps Swiss Imported Prints Bulletin Boards Extension Cords Picture Hooks Areo Relief Map Gifts & Souvenirs & Used Textbooks, Student Supplies, Artists Supplies For New Outline & Review Materials & all your Summer Needs, it's THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE, INC u t In Keeler's sell-selection book department downstairs, you can select all of your required and optional textbooks lor the summer term. Self-service means easy book selection, because Keeler's "super market" type book department eliminates the "mad book rush." Speedy check out assures you of the greatest possible expediency in handling your needs—without delays. Keeler's has always been first for personalized service. We wish to take this opportunity to welcome you to Penn State and to invite you to visit our new modern store—to shop or to browse. Courteous and effici...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 22 June 1961

5,166 Register For Summer The University's prediction ot an enrollment of over 5,000 for the first term of the four term system has been ful filled, according to the latest The latest total indicates uate and undergraduate) liave enrolled for the summer term, Warren R. Haffner, assistant registrar, said yesterday. "We're very pleased with thc large turn out," Robert G. Bernreuter, registrar, said. This indicated that the students have accepted the four term system, he added.. The enrollment did present a few surprises, however. More freshmen lhan had been planned for registered last week and many new course sections had to be opened up. In English, for example, the University had set aside nine sections, but by the last day of reg istration, the department was busy filling its 17th section. "Although we didn't expect it," A. O. Lewis, associate department head, said, "we managed to get everybody in.". There were more graduate students than expected enrolled in English, he sa...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 22 June 1961

1450 Wide Range Radio Night & Day • Coming SUNDAY • The Explosive Story of The Sins of Rachel Cade In Technicolor Anglo Peter Robert DICKINSON • FINCH • MOORE WMAJ Program Highlights 6:30- 9:30 Alan in the A.M. 9:35-11:00 Dick Horner Show 1:30- 4:30 Bob Zamboni Sh. 4:30- 6:00 Dick Horner Show 7:05- 9:00 Curtain Time 10:05- 1:00 Groovology 54 NBC NEWS ON THE HOUR NBC EMPHASIS Monday through Friday MONITOR From NBC on Weekends PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL Brighten Your Leisure Hours with a Book" from 3| KEELER'S The University Book Store Penn State Headquarters tor Gifts and Souvenirs We invite you new modern store to browse. to visit our to shop or The University Book Store 206 B. COLLEGE AVE. Opposite East Campus ©ate The MATEER PLAYHOUSE at STANDING STONE NOW PLAYING RAY LAWLER'S international success SUMMER of the 17th DOLL" Start Neil Week for TWO Weeks America's longest running theatrical hit LIFE WITH FATHER _^r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 22 June 1961

WELCOME Campus Visitors from GRIGGS PHARMACY the friendly drug store While you re on campus, you'll find all your photographic needs right here, including — • EASTMAN Color Film • Prepaid mailers for processing by EASTMAN Malta sure you have a lasting remembrance of Penn Stale — take home COLOR SLIDES of campus views. 20 Scenes Available 35c ea. - 3 for $1.00 GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 S. COLLEGE AVE Across from Old Main TUESDAY IS STEAK DAY SIRLOIN STEAK Grilled or Broiled to your choice and served with Fresh Garden Salad, Golden. French Fries, Our Own Baked Bread, Creamery Butter and Apple Butter. $1.29 Our New Hours to Serve You Better Will Be 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Daily. _ImBum _W family RISTAURANTS 230 E. College Ave State College, Pa. WHAT _WONDERFU THINGS ARE L WITHIN HIS REACH _^_S Ever see a child s face when he reaches a light switch for the first time? He makes the lights go on, go off, with the flick of a questing finger. What an adv...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 22 June 1961

WELL/ITS \ ( HAVE A \ / THANK TIA\E TO GO / I 6000DAY/ I VOL) TO SCHOOL / ?r —f V _- —7r- l I Red' Lava ——_ _ by iobi myers ' Events in recent weeks have proved beyond doubt that the Communists are marking time until they are in a position to destroy the United States without suffering devastating consequences. The threat they pose to than the menace of Germany or Japan in World War II because their armies of infiltration are invisible, and their aim is our complete annihilation. We are a peace-loving nation and we try t .iterpret the news in a hopeiul way. This works to the advantage of the Communists because major defeats in the Cold War are made to appear as temporary set- > _^_HKftk, backs. We soon Bg? >*~~^ %. forget them _jH ' * and are confi- Si"^^"^^1 ? dent that things *\_jp PKp _yjjf will get better.- _%> * ^» .1 C o n f idence «|L **•**_$§ guarantee i t s _^_Hk •_ftPm p e r p etuation.{_ggHraira j&> Confidence a _ BHM«U!«_iw...

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