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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 April 1941

College Appropriation Of $5,509,046 Delayed 'Colfege, Soil Board Unrelated/—McDowell Special lo the _Collegian HARRISBURG, April 28—The House moved ahead in its investigation of the Pennsylvania State College today and the Senate seemed ready to sidetrack the College's "" 1941-43 maintenance appropriation bill of $5,509,046 until nearer the end of the ses- . The House committee which is holding up appropriations" to the College until its soil investigation is complete, heard today that there is no legal connection between Penn State and the Soil Erosion Board, which are being investigated jointly for non-cooperation with federal soil erosion plans. In answer to a question why Dean S. W. Fletcher is on the State Oil Conservation Board, the director of _^ agricultural extension, M. S. McDowell, said "Dr. Fletcher is not there to represent the College. He is there as a representative of the Soil Conservation Board." At another point, Mr. McDowell testified, "There-is no legal con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 April 1941

Reading and Smoking Supplies • All Fashion Magazines • All leading Newspapers m Any and All Smoking Supplies i • Ask About Them at The NITTANY j. NEWS STAND TONIGHT IT'S THE Corner Unusual the colle&iain "For A, Better Penn State "" >SM/ibli.sh<j 1940. _Successor to the . Penn State Cirilefiian_, csta.bli.shel 1904, an.l the Free Lance, established 1887. ¦ Publishe-i daily exowt Sunday and Monday _during the _rosrular _Colle.?*? ye.ir ;by the _students of The Pennsylvania State Colic*? _linUire.3 as neconu-class matter July 5, 1934 «.t the Po3t-jffii;u at Stit>_= _College, Pa., under the act of March. S. 1879 Editor _^ Bus. and Adv. Mgjr,. H.oss _Lehrttaw "42 <s_^_jggP> James McCaughej- "42 IWiwrio' !tr-! li .'...h_?:,;, Offt-jf Downtown Officii FIN 01.- '•! i.„, i!l_,u . . lltt-121 South Frazier St Ph.>.].) 711 Ni'iht Phon- 4372 Wu._hjji_'., i>-Ji.:—^.i-in- C. 3_til«_s »2; Maivucin* Ediior—Jol.n A. ' iix-:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 April 1941

MAY 2 and JUNIOR PROM Are Four Days Away—Starring PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS ALL-AMERICAN BAND Dancing 9 to 2 REC HALL Admission $3.85 ffek _Utipft _Wattc_* _MAacaoiAncn Taiwo_* Cathaum Theatre Building Open Evenings Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM Wilh Pure. Wholesome Milk _C. MEYER MILK D. 1 Phone 4220 Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL 4066 DID YOU KNOW T ' hat Yam $ Goes Further In-Buying PURITAN SPORTSWEAR JARMAN SHOES WEMBLEY TIES At FROMM'S OPP. OLD MAIN M "L Wl Perfect Service: Mansfield Shoes A wooden shoe is long-lived, too, but it takes Mansfields to Syracuse Tops Lions, 7-4; NinePIaysColonialsToday Pepper Scores Again Pepper Petrella, above, scored the final Penn State touchdown against Duquesne Saturday to give the Nittany Lic_|._is an 18-0 lead. The Dukes came back later in the game to tie the score at 18-18. Medlar Starting Pitcher For Bedenkmen Today Penn State's baseball team will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 April 1941

The Thespians' Again Present The Joint's Jumpin' With Donna Dae and Patsy Garrett Thru Courtesy o! Fred Waring and Chesterfield Time THREE STOOGES May 3—75c May 2—59c RADIO THIS WEE RADIO THIS WEEKS Fred Waring, Mon.-Fx_£ £ 7:00 P. M.—NBC ~? ~ ~ Glenn Miller. Tues_« _Wjsd.l Thurs.—10:00 P.M.—CB_§ = Professor Quit. Tue£;: r 9:30 P.M.—CBS = = '» Fred Waring/ Mon>._^g,_S 7:00 P. M.—NBC ": Glenn Miller, Tues_« V&&. ~ . Thurs.—10:00 P.M.—CB§ = Pr°Q e _| n 0 ?, _&uit " T _"**_5 _= 9:30 P-M.—CBS = =• 5 ''fl-"4M«laIr vet For TbnlgM About 275 faculty member: •and their wives, _administrator _fteads,. and coed officers will hi _/fuests of junior and senior women at the annual formal facultj _j _oception in the second flooi lounge of Old Main from 8 to 1C o'clock tonight. Ushers will greet guests at the main entrance, and take thenthrough the receiving line _oi )'resident and Mrs. Ralph D Hetzel, Dean Charlotte E. Ray Jean Babcock '42, WS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 April 1941

Campus Spring Cleanup Is Ahead Of Schedule Six Fraternities Elect New Heads Six fraternities, Alpha Gamma Jtho, Triangle, Kappa Delta Rho, Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi, and Phi Kappa. Sigma elected officers to serve for next year. The results of the various elections follow below. New officers of Alpha Gamma Rho are: Robert A. Powers, Jr. '42, president; D. Augustus Swope, Jr. '42, vice-president; Joseph W. Hallowell, Jr. '43, secretary; Prof. Ernest W. Callenbach, treasurer and Prof. William R. Whitacre, faculty adviser. Triangle: Charles H. Burlingham. III '42, president; Charles J. Smith '42, vice-president; Holland D. Bowman '42, recording secretary; Paul H. Richard '43, treasurer and Donald T. Davis '43, corresponding secretary. Kappa Delta Rho: Frank J. Marmion, president; Walter C. James '42, vice-president; Jack G. Reitz '43, secretary; Jack Freudiger '42, treasurer; Lester G. Stine '44, corresponding secretary; and Joseph A. McCormick,'42, house manager. Sigma Nu: Jack H. Sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 April 1941

GRADUATING SENIORS Genuine Engraved Visiting Cards $1.95 per hundred Includes Plate Which To Choose 19 Type Styles From NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING (0 Phone 4868 119 S. Fraxier WANTED Personal Representative For "Music As You Like It By JOHNNY EARNER AND, HIS ORCHESTRA 429-31 MOORE STREET HUNTINGDON, PA otel Contouring Salon Stale College Hotel Building DIAL 2286 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN 'Tor A Better _Perni State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _Collecian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _.<«eas_. Bus- anti Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 <^_gjj^> James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 813 Old Main Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 April 1941

Frosh Nine Meets Kiski On Beaver Field Al 4 p.r Kiski Prep's baseball team will provide the opposition on Beaver Field at 4 p.m. today for the Lion frosh nine's first game of the season. Coach Leo Houck will probably start the following players: first base, Jack Germain; second, Fred Krug; third, Bill Sidler; short stop, Eddie Sebastionelli; catcher, Jim Rumberger; pitcher, John Stover; left' field. Max Green; center field, John Burford; and right field, John Shaffer. IIII1IIIIIIIIIIHI 111 111 III Lion Nine Downed 12-9 By Colonials In Third Defeat Four home runs highlighted George Washington's 12-9 victory over the Nittany diamondmen on Beaver Field yesterday afternoon. Each, of the three Lion pitchers who got. in the game, Chuck Medlar, Ed Tuleya, and Bob Robinson, was pounded for a four bagger. Nittany first baseman Bill Debler smashed out the other homer in the' last inning, scoring another Lion on the hit. The Colonials piled up a two run lead, in the second, added thr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 April 1941

MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY MAY 2 MAY 2 MAY DESIGNED FOR DANCING • .4/m Sutherland • Frank Howard • /Sec i7_«« • Dancing 9 to 2 • Admission $3.85 PAUL WHITEMAN At JUNIOR PROM • Marianne JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR'PROM JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR PROM JUNIOR PROM THE BALL CORSAGES For JUNIOR PROM from $1 FLORAL SHOP STATE COLLEGE PHONE 2342 127 W. BEAVER AVE * ti • * — r LOPEZ AND HIS WOBLD FAMOUS ORCHESTRA And radio Revue featuring ANNE BARRETT, ihe Dixie Jitterbug . . . SONNY SKYLER, Romantic Baritone . • • Stage shows at 1:53, 4:01, 6:53, 9:01 Plan to attend the 4:01 show for best seats ....... ON THE SCREEN ; Nan Grey, Alan Baxter j; in I "UNDER AGE" ADMISSION—Tax Included . Matinee «JC ; Evening **« > Children 25c Is Sorority Songsters Compete For Panhel Cup At 7 Tonight 15 Coeds To Attend Senate Meeting Delta Gamma To Lead Fifteen women will be invited to attend t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

Laich Gets 5th Annua! lib Award Penn State C Named Outstanding Independent Senior . Arnold C. Laich '41, All-College president, has been selected to receive the' fifth annual Penn State Glub award as the most outstanding non-fraternity senior, it was announced last night by Arthur Peskoe '42, the club's president-elect. • In addition to presiding over All-College Cabinet, Laich is a member of • Lion's Paw, senior activities honorary, and ' Skull and Bones, upperclass _^ activities honorary. He has been named Pipe Orator of the senior class. In 1938-39 Laich served- as president of the sophomore class and was tapped by Druids_, sophomore honorary. Laich will be presented a scroll at the Penn State Club's annual banquet on May 15 and will have his name inscribed on the Club plaque beneath the names of the following outstanding non-fraternity men of the past: Johnson Brenneman '37, Russell-Gohn '38, Joseph Peel '39, and David E. Pergrin '40. The committee which selected Laich f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

XHROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS *|^£ MEN'S APPAREL _, .'. _, , Diagonally Xcfoss Front Post Office r _j '!? ' ARROW TIES " _/ _« _: _s f , . , ' . , * _&_BiBGWJUttDttVt mm shim ARROW TIES . __ ARROW HANKIES ARROW SH IRTS AND SHORTS _Charles _jWtoto#%_©_p HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS STATE COLLEGE CAMPUS CALiM Today Tickets to Thespian show, "Th< Joint's Jumpin * ,"> on sale at-Stu dent Union. Friday night, 50c Saturday night, 75c. All candidates for the freshman tennis team should sign up for the tournament at -the Athletic Store before noon. /¦ ¦ Student Radio Committee, 318 Old Main, 7. p. m. Chem. Student Council, 305 Old Main, 7 p. m. ' Alpha Phi Omega,; 418 Old Main, 7:30 p. m. - Senior Award Committee, 302 Old Main, 8 p. m. PSCA Relations Committee, Room E, 304 Old Main, 4:10 p. m. Religion in Life Week Committee, 304 Old Main, 4:10,p. m. Student Handbook Business staff, Room E, 304 Old-Main, 7 p. m. All sophomore candidates for cheerle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

DID YOU KNOW hat ¦ o«_. the average, dch Penn, State.. in* tructor has 2:1&- colegedegrees?' FROMM'S Opp. Old Main Flowers for JUNIOR PROM We Have The Choicest MAREMOR the Florist 222 _Wi Beaver Dial 3151 Radio Committee I® Stage Show _^ M "The prospect . of eventual adoption--of a College radio station looks very good. Our job is merely to speed up the works," said Richard E. Haskell '42, chairman of the Student Radio Committee as he announced: that plans for the proposed station were progressing rapidly. In order to show what type of program can be put on if and when the station is erected, the committee will stage a mock program in Schwab Auditorium on May 13. Named "Penn State on the Air," the sample radio show will include news summaries, music, and dramatic skits. The -proposed station, which would operate on 5,000 watte and cover the entire state, would cost about $80,000, Haskell _^estimated. The new ' building would require about $25,000 of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

Sportsmen Approve Palm Beach Suits Donald Budge, Byron Nelson, all the major figures in the golf and tennis world prefer Palm Beach suits and slacks to all other summer attitre. Not only for their style—but for their many practical features. Not the least-of these is their washability. _^ i Yellow Leads Warm Weather Brings Fashion Colors Out Lightweight Suits Terrific is the word for the color yellow in Florida previews . of the summer wearing apparel. Even yellow sportswear and _ParCfffllSnt N6W _COiOF beach accessories will be in style. The color was so popular in Florida that a brown, yellow and white mixture in Shetland weave Palm Beach cloth is now being shown. A three-button notched lapel style, the-jacket had pecan-colored slacks of the same fabric combined with it. A summer tie featuring brown, cream, and yellow, makes an outfit typical of that worn by sportsmen at Florida and California resorts . Pebble rib chamois colored anklets with lastex top, plain toe bl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

to let the body breathe There's a Commuter tone (try brown or gray for business hours)—Airtone blue, green or tan for the Fairways—and a Barathea white for the evening change. Add a pair or two of those Palm Beach Slacks that champions praise, and you have a day and night wardrobe that's hard to beat. So is the price 17 F_^7 PJJJ" M-""_-"'_*="j»^"jjjj"3 Slacks $5.50 Evening Formal $20 00 f his year it's Palm Beach with the softer kinder feel—Get acquainted EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES -p _tj_^k ihkifyfyt MEN'S APPAREL ill tf .I* WIK" FOR THE BEST _SUMMER SUIT PALM BEACH THE BEST RECONDITIONING *-,_p3 ~— _S, .. '_&£v - _*s _i * I > _* (\ fi -jtnt * W '* /J? Y & 4§ m _s White s, light colors, deep tones if it s genu me Palm Beach, send it here to be laundered and pressed like new. A telephone call will bring our route man to your door. We follow the official formul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

V wi-£_^ . Jilt h 1 ' _rtDti_. jS_" Give her a Box of onr _y_®_22_^Choc.oJates Somewheioaiinoihar e» _pects YOU to remember GlvaVWhltman'sr.',-. her _iovortte chocolates '. . . in a handsomely decorated box... ready here now! * The Sampler ..... $1.50 to _S7.S0 •. Tto.EHr'W. .25c,tttS5Xa *_OU»r._«V -_^ctow_*.... .$1 np Gifts Wrapped* Free !_# REA & DER1CK JNC '. .... ALUEBfcSat_^--.::--_%_' NEXT TO BANK CLOCK This Is An Invitation To Our Meeting Rules Released Weather Here Compares Regarding Tennis Well To Rest Of State Rules regarding the use of the Tennis Courts were releasee yesterday by Dr. Carl P. Schott dean of the School of Physica' Education and Athletics. Reservations may be made al the Tennis Courts from 10 a. m to noon, and from 1 p. m. to \ p. m., with the exception oi Sunday, when the courts will be open only for the afternoor session. The rules: 1. First consideration is giver to the organized Phys. Ed, classes. 2. Aside from classes, e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

Draftees and Seniors , 0_. Take Advantage of the last Big Dance of the Year JUNIOR PROM MAY mJtecMall • Admission $3.85 FEATURING ' ' >,- *.-.! «.-_*. :* ¦• : iJ„>. r. " - - * _r \ . -; -j< 1 •• ¦ ¦ .. r '9 •' ! ¦ ¦'_- r ; ' , li ' i ' _". . . C : • ill: : i : li _rtu_? ;*««*-.w_<r»', *-aii', *_-»-, ",! «,"<i «¦» «-•"» • t > i < ' _r > . < ' » t X > > 3 _< C- !<;:»'.! FLORIST WOLFE Glemdand Building—Dial 2217 _^_xJ_^ - James Wolfe '_& Lions Outclassed 17-8 By Syracuse Stickmen His Soys Win "Doctor" Leo Houck, above, who in the minds of Lion fans is usually associated with boxing, coached his yearling baseballers to a 9-5 victory over-Kiski Prep " yesterday. Syracuse Offense Too Strong For Thielmen . Throttled by the Orange highpowered offensive attack, a hard fighting Nittany "lacrosse team dropped their fourth straight game of the season to Syracus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 May 1941

CLASSIFIED SECTION _©o-Op To _Have Year _Book TODAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Nittany Co-op will publish a yearbook, "The Cooperator," late in May. Edited by Sara Kouri '43, the book will include personality sketches of dorm members, an event calendar, and articles from the five advisors. Editorial staff members include Marian Rapp '41, Sallie Lou Witter '42, Joe Deibert '41, and Lewis Stannard '42. TYPEWRITERS—All makes expertly repaired. Portable and office machines for sale or rent Dial 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W. Beaver avenue. lyr-Cr.-ch FOR SALE—Two suits of tails, size 36 and 40. Harts. Shaffner, and Marx. Call 3437'. . 3tcC REWARD $2.00 for history 21 book if turned in at SU. Name in book is Robert Weitzenkorn, 320 E. Hartswick Ave. _StpdJB WANTED—Names of new offic-- ers of all fraternities, clubs, honorary societies, and other groups at Student Union office immediately. 5tcomp29,30,l,2,3Z W Thecurtainrisesonfhescreen's * * _^_kL< supreme pageant of lovely _^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 May 1941

_= ==] _®¥ ia% m _QtoUeniatt VOL. 37—No. 131 FRID HE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE MORNING, MAY 2, 1941, STATE COLLEGE, PA. PRICE THREE CENTS Weather— I . Clear And jj Continued Warm. Henson Elected President Of IFC; Wilson And Carlton Secure Offices Thespian's Guest Sfars And Prom Co-Chairman FRED WARING PATSY GARRETT DONNA DA i pipfei mmi •V % _u *=7* _^_HBHHj_^BB_^MHflH_^BH Warnock Predicts ft Enrollment Decline Thomas J. L. Henson '42 will replace H. Edward Wagner as president of Interfraternity Council for the coming year as a result of elections held at the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity last night. Robert Wilson '42, who polled the second highest number of votes in the presidential race, automatically took over the vicepresidency formerly held by Erik S. Moeller '42. Burnett C. Carlton '42 was named to'the secretary-treasurer post after three ballots. He defeated John M. Gerecter '42, Howard H. Earl '42, and Robert W. Fickenscher '42 in replacing William S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 May 1941

After The PROM It's The CORNER UNUSUAL CAMPUS CALENDAR today' -''V': .::_?M. Junior Prom, Rec Hall, 9 P- 'jca: to 2 a. m. ' "-v. Deadline for senior womeri'Vto sign up for tlie May Day Herhlock Chain on dormitory bulletin boards or call Betty Jo Patton, Gamma Phi Beta. Thespians Show, Schwab Auditorium, 7 p. m. . . The last tryouts will be given for those who have not yet come out for the Players commencement show, "Goodbye Again;'; They will be held in the Little Theatre today at 4 p. riiu ' . "v.: TOMORROW Varsity baseball with Western Maryland, New Beaver Field, 2:30. WE DAILY COLLEMAM "For A Better Penn State" Established 1040. Successor to the Penn State Colk-jrian _established 1!)04. and the Froe Lance, established 18S_7. _Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during th, _cejrular _College year by the students of The _Pennsylvania Btal-- College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 193! Fit t.bc Post-office at State _College. Pa., under the act oi Mareli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 May 1941

TONIGHT • REC HALL TONIGHT O REC HALL • TONIGHT • REC HALL • TONIGHT • REC HALL © TONIGHT • REC HALL TONIGHT ^^^ Starring Frank Howard, Ann Sutherland and Marianne Tickets On Sale At A.A. Windows In Old Main $4.00 JUNIOR PROM • H • FEATURING L WHITEMAN PAU • 9 TO 2 • TONIGHT • 9 TO 2 • TONIGHT • 9 TO 2 TONIGHT TONIGHT O 9 TO 2 d TONIGHT • 9 TO 2 • TONIGHT • TONIGHT Roasts Steaks Chops and Poultry Dial 775 Miller's Market Free Delivery 104 W. Beaver air _^ _vx^^_x _^m Take A TAXI To Junior Prom RESIDES DIAL 3421 A Favorite Among University Men LEE HATS _^ _JOMfe ^^ _^ —V MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST nframuras IM Soccer Results In fraternity league secondround play-offs yesterday Sigma Chi defeated Tau Phi Delt, overtime; PiKA forfeited to SAE; DTD defeated Phi Sigma Kappa, 1-0; Phi Delta Theta forfeited to Alpha Chi Sig No. 2; DU defeated Delta Chi, 3-6; and Alpha Phi Delta defeated Theta Kappa Phi, 4-1. Sapp, Richa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 May 1941

7! TONIGHT AT 7 TONIGHT AT 11 TONIGHT AT 7! TONIGHT AT 71 TONIGHT AT TONIGHT AT 11 BIGGER BIGGER and BETTER PENN STATE THESPIANS and BETTER AGAIN PRESENT "THE JOINT'S JUMPIN'" with DONNA DAE and PATSY GARRETT thru courtesy of Fred Waring and Chesterfield Time 2. STENOTYPE THEORY AND APPLICATION 3. OPERATION OF THE STENOTYPE MACHINE 4. PRELIMINARY DICTATION All text material and a stenotype machine will be loaned free of cost during class room work to persons attending this class, All Secretaries and Stenogarphers Are Cordially Invited To Attend COMPANY THE STENOTYPE Monday Night, Kay 5 Room 11, High School Building Class Instruction Including AFTER THE PROM... You'll Want Ice Fo Your Cool Drinks Dial 842 THE HOSPITALITY PAC URE, CRYSTAL-CLEAR ICE, READY FOR USE 25c Delivered For Punch — The New and Novel ICE PUNCH BOWL HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE CO N. PATTERSON ST SECRETARIES ATTENTION Sfenofype Opporunify Class (Without Cost or ...

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