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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 May 1941

SUMMER COLLEGIAN Room 313, Old Main KEEP IN TOUCH B WITH THE COLLEGE . . DURING THE SUMMER T FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Insurance Corporation Federal Deposit May We Offer to the Class of 1941 Our Sinceresf Congratulations ROOMS FOR _INIERSESSION S3.Q0 PER WEEK Phone 3131—Inquire of George Harikms SIGMA PHI SIGMA loom and Board for Summer Session SALE I MEN'S FURNISHINGS MEN'S CLOTHING _AMIES' FELLOW SHOP 109 S. Allen St. Tomorrow Swiii Poll; lo. i _Keereafroi Old Msin Fioors ¦ 'Cough Up' $401 In Cigarette Butts More than $400 worth of cigarette tobacco is thrown away in Old Main by Penn Staters in one school year, a statistical compilation has rsvealed. A great majority of the 400 butts collected in a single day's sweeping of Old Main are at least half unsmoked, janitors have estimated. Here and there, it is true, may be found a "butt definitely" less than three-fourths of an inch in length, but most of them measure fully o...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 May 1941

HnnnEUHnm > Try an "Old Fashioned" =». Chocolate Ice Cream Soda Bo you remember, _trtien you were a "THE BEST child, how you enjoyed those choco- txj rrrvttrw" late Ice cream sodas? Well, Just to _ ~" WW* bring back old times, why not stop "TSS _&_1_tk in tor a. Ren & Derlck old fashioned KgH /flfl _fflk •hosolcte ice cream soda . . . made 9| HBBitfk from Whitman's chocolate with a ¦ _{ HtS " generous portion of our own ice IB ^(J_^ cream. '.;. ¦ •:•. ' Our Store Is Air Conditioned DERlCKInc REA& Sure To Want The For Your HOUSE-PARTY Show TAYLOR & RABIN0W1TZ Call Don Taylor 2381 See Then) At The SENIOR Hof-Dogr PARTY MEN! _Display Aricrafi White Leather Vests Terrycloth Sweater's Room 215. Hotel State _Collegi Mr. King, 7-9 p.m. until June 4 Lion 1 PIAA Track Finals Will Also Be Held By DON DAVIS Penn State's track Lions' will be in top form when they match skills with a strong squad of Tartans from...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 May 1941

SALE ! MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S FURNISHINGS CHARLES FELLOW SHOP 109 S. Allen St. BIG WEEKEND'S DEMAND ICE For Your Cool Drinks THE HOSPITALITY PACK USE clear ice. ready for use A sanitary packed carlon of pure; crystal 25c Delivered Ask About The ICE _PUNCgBOWL Dial 842 HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE COMPANY delta mum WILL BE OPEN FOR SUMMER SESSION Room-Board—Summer Session, $55 Cash Or Room-Board $1 OWeek i Ask for Howard Parris Call 236 To Look Immaculate Send Your Clothes to the PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER AVE. DIAL 3261 Florsheim Shoes One Lot Were $10 to $11 Now 11 95 THE TOWN SALE LOOK MEN 200 SUITS At $20 95 You Know Them All Nationally Advertised Brands Between The Lions ;: 3._^> .. . '.. - WITH PAT NAGELBERG - ^^^ i tn 11 iiu«»_f * t _( _j _»i _? _i i _> vr 11111 _nuij _111 u jxi _iiiiiiiiiitniiiiijitiiiiiiiniimimniiMtiiimnitMiiiitmiiinttiintMnniiiiimiiinnin _•feajecki, Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 May 1941

READ AND ENJOY in this Issue Of PORTFOLIO Betty Jo Patton_'s—Martyr To Candlelight LewGreen_'_Brr_^Twot _Hen On Tarcy Street »«¦ « ' ..:•.!>. ¦«;¦ .; .; ¦ ' ¦¦:¦< ; < - •'• ¦ ¦¦:'¦'¦ ¦>.. • '*-i. ¦ ¦ - FRESHMEN CANDIDATES FOR' COLLEGIAN BUSINESS STAFF MEETING SUNDAY, MAY 25 8 P M_, 318 OLD MAIN HEN AND WOMEN IMPORTANT Heat fifes -Call For Summer Cofionsl & Smart casual cottons,_arid rayons in new and tricky_, styles are now being featured. Vi'V, % i/ m Grand selectionof sportswear, playsuits and slacksets in junior" and regular sizes. ' I ^ 9. SMART SHOP PENN STATE RINGS _~ In Stock Ready To _i Deliver To You—Also PENN STATE JEWELRY At & ¦ 4 ; f^*T?> ' ft Hayward Service Board Head; Thomas Secretary Junior Service Board elected. ' H. Henrietta Hayward chairman_, and Lorraine E. Thomas, secre-t tary, last night. Speaking of future plans, Advisor Matilda A. . - ..Be...

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

Official Announcements _> Course Changes And Additions 1,500 Soeci r 500 ped To 3,000 Enrollment Is Predicted By Officials; al Summer Student Draft Registration in Rec Hall Registrants M«s! National Defense May Attend Classes Cause Slight Decrease Following the precedent set last October 16 when 1,554 students registered here for the draft, the College will hold a special registration for summer school students in Rec Hall tomorrow—the nation's second day for registration under the Selective Service Act. The announcement came jointly from William S. Hoffman, College registrar and special registration chairman, and Adrian O. Morse, assistant to the President and chairman of the central College draft advisory committee. Although preparations are being made to' register 150 students, it was predicted that the actual figure may be "below 50, certainly not maw more." Two hundred additional are expected to register at the State College draft board. In all Pennsyl...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 June 1941

Do You FOR COOL DRINKS a _n > a Try a HOSPITALITY PACK A Waterproof Package of Pure Cracked Ice. Sized Ready for Your Glasses Only 25c Delivered HILLSIDE ICE AND STORAGE CO N. Paterson St. , Dial 842 _M -3& "858* Bring your car to us today for an expert lubrication job with Esso Products. (Esso) ABE'S ESSO SERVICE STATION 212 S. Aiherlon St., Dial 3935 _summed Published every Friday morning during the Summer Session by students of the Pennsylvania State College in the interests of the Collegstudents, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Summer Collegian has the official sandier and support of ihe Summer Session Office and is= finances are controlled directly by ihe Studem Union Office. «E_^_RE_3_ENTeo FOft NATIONAL _ADVERTISING ll'r National Advertising Service, Im«". College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New York. n. y. Chicago • Boston • los angele_* • Sam _Fhaichoi Editorial and Business-Office Student Union Des...

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

h_7i_»:r_^_f]^_H_^_bI_^ililliI_^_H_^_4_^ _B r _^0_ili^^ Allen Street—Ne xt to Bank Clock HILAND SHOP LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS A Personal Service With. Satisfaction Guaranteed • _v Dial 3171 -w 22054 S. Allen St. State College Wesiinghouse Appliances • Lamps • Fans • Clocks Marshall Electric Go. Glennland Bldg., Phone 2202 HOTEL BROCKERHOFF Cocktail Lounge On the. Diamond, Bellefonte AIR CONDITIONED THE FIRST LESSON KM SUMMER _SIODENTS! COLLEGE SEAL _STftTIOHERY W _AW _- mm-AW -AmJ _rWkWVr _^ jkW . 1 24 _^ach Sheets and Envelopes _2H§ff*^--'"Jrv-:'}.. .. 49c _Q f_^ - " i_^B^^_y_^- r -- —- --"-' -_^.-Jk '.-12 S. & E.-Modern Seal Packet ... ~^"T J BfPDlMTINE'_%| You'll learn the lesson of economy shopping in. . Y N _HV 6t _*_CmsraaBTR _cnsmmfi _ttPw cool comfort at Rea & Derick's air-conditioned ' _'2> HK_^_2?§' UI[_WialUP!!_N!6 J drug store. V You II enjoy our fast, efficient _ . . J) service finishing your "snapshots Eyes- )...

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

t etic Store. . OPEN EVENINGS e / OPPOSITE MAIN GATE PHONE 2158 FILLERS TO FIT ALL NOTEBOOKS 35c - 50c - 75c 100 Sheets-100 Envelopes 89c FOUNTAIN PENS Wahl — Waterman — Parker —- Sheaffer S1J0-Q.I0-$5.00 10c - 15c INKS Complete Line Of SPORTING GOODS TYPEWRITER RENTALS National And College Officials Emphasize Latin-American Studies Commissioner Makes Three Suggestions 1,112 Get Degrees At Commencemen June commencement activities had a new significance this year as, for the first time in the history of the College, 93 commissions were granted to seniors for service in the army and navy. Thirty graduating men were commissioned as ensigns in the navy-—an entirely new note in commencement procedure. Other commissions were in the Reserve Officers Training Corps. A total of 1,112 persons received baccalaureate and advanced degrees from President Ralph D. Hetzel. One hundred and five degrees were advanced and the remaining 1,007 were baccalaureate d...

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

HERTON STR A i SERVICE STATION 215 South Atherton Street American Oil Company Hjfdro-Formed Products AMOCO GAS lubrication Service Complete Washing m Tire Repairing % Will Call _Bor and Deliver H. CLAY MUSSER, _Pmjmetor DIAL 3869 state Inspected _PESIAL RATES TO SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS Just East of Town on Route 4o HOST CONVENIENT OUTDOOR SWIMMING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS n 51 - Kodak Fir _ORTMITC ¦ FILM Sit i ii ! i MS S _ifWES The STA TE HOP P ¦ENN HOTO C K C • S • I East _College Avenue •Mes;a >\_-\;-At Weicome Summer Teachers Enjoy your evenings at ihe Coliseum Roller Rink y2 mile east of iown. An excellent floor and good music. Skating every evening except Monday and Wednesday. From 8 to 11, D. S. T. Coliseum Roller Rink PHOENIX HOSIERY LINGERIE GOLF S n BRY GOODS and NOTIONS Store of Quality _amd Service DRAPERIES INENS SUMMER SCHOOL ORGANIZ...

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

• Cosmetics <i Drugs • Cigarettes and Tobaccos • Cameras and Photo Supplies • Candy WELCOME! Summer Session Students to Penn Slate You will receive unexcelled service ai McLanahan's Drug Store Walgreen Agency 124 South Allen Street Seven Complete Departments • Prescription • Fountain and Food THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE * Memberof Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Hotel Beauty and Contouring Salon Reduce M I Without Effort Hair Cutting and Styling SPECIALISTS Dial 228S Over ihe Corner Graham and Son Established 1896 Our 45th Greeting Tc Summer School Students NEW YORK TIMES Daily and Sunday NEW. YORK. ¦- HERALD. TRIBUNE Daily and Sunday. NEW YORK MIRROR Daily " and"' Sunday NEW " Y6£iEWS Daily and Sunday PHILADELPHIA BULLET! Evening . PHILADELPHIA -RECORD: . Morning PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Morning, and Sunday; PITTSBURGH PRESS Daily arid Sunday PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE ¦ . . - -Morning- . ••';• -"' _PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGK...

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

STATIONERY With Penn State seal and plain sheet. 50 envelope boxes. In quire and 60 39c and up Loose Leaf Note Books and Fillers All Sizes in Leather and Canvas FOUNTAIN PENS $1 and up Waterman—Shaeffer—Parker—Esterbrook ARTISTS MATERIALS Oil Complete Selections for All Art Classes_, and Water Color Sets for Beginning and Ad the Finest Mannfac vanced Students, All of ture—Pastels, Papers, Crayon, Charcoal, and Brushes. TEXT BOOKS NEW AND USED For all Summer Session courses. Get our prices before buying your texts. NEW BOOKS are released. Select from On our shelves as they 1.000 volumes. RENTAL LIBRARY The latest and best fiction. No deposit mum charge_. No mmi MILLER'S MARKET CATERING TO THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF PENN STATE with MEATS QU ALTY Dial 715 104 W.Beaver FREE DELIVERY SUMMER APPAREL FOR MEN $i 75 Palm Beach Suits 7 d 35c to 50c Interwoven Socks Arrow Shirts - Arrow Sport Shirts © $2 ...

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

er s e z en Golf Clubs Bags Golf Balls Ping Pong Balls .... . $1.25 and $1.25 to $15 . 15c to 75c $1.00 and up iOc, SI I5c and 25c 50 to $9.75 Croquet 69c and up 25c, 25c, 35c & 45c Tennis 3 Tennis Shoes .. Balls 2 for Rackets . $2.50 to $15 Tennns Tennis (Rackets Resfrung $2 to $9 Hour Service 2 to 24 % _Length Sleeve Shirts witih • Letters "Penn State" and Nittamy Lion Insignia . . . Poll® Shirts - SpoH-t Shirts ¦ Sweaters lathing Suits and Caps Gpm iDiifoirons - Wool! _MhBetic Sox ebc boo ete me otnp of Al I Kind Cameras-films and Amateur Photo Supplies Eastman- Agfa - Argus HEME FANS . LSI anil up DESI LAMPS 98c In $7 15 to 209 Watts _Edisom Mazda Lamps Fuse Plugs -- Cord -- Sockets 1YPEWRITERS FOR SALE AND RENT All Makes Repaired BICYCLES FOR RENT~25c Per Hour By tie Hour, )Day ©r Week Sunday by _Appoimfaiemt Look Over Our Bargain Shell of Books - Useful Reference at Bargain...

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

Official Announcements ? Calendar—-July 6 To July 10 Col. Tchou Speaks Here Next Week SUNDAY. JULY 6 7:30 p. m. Vesper Service. Address by Dr. Bernard C. Clausen, First Baptist Church, Pittsburgh. Schwab Auditorium. MONDAY, JULY 7 8:00 a. nv to 4:00 p. m. Summer session fees payable in the Armory. 7:00 p. m. *Assembly and student sing. Schwab Auditorium. TUESDAY. JULY 8 3:00 p. m. Comprehensive examination for graduate students in education and psychology. Room 121, Sparks Building. 7:00 p. m. Lecture, "Facing and Avoiding World/Crises," by Dr. Allan Tarshish, of the _Jewish/Chautauqua Society. Room 121, Sparks Building. . 8:30 p.. m. _^'Entertainment by the Lesselll Marionettes. Schwab Auditorium. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 2:30 p. m. Conference on instruction. Room 121, Sparks Building. 3 p. m. Tea for wives of graduate students. Frances Atherton Hall. 4:00 p.m. Home economics meeting. Address, "Planning Homes for Living," by Prof. B. Kenneth Johnstone. Room 110, Home Economics...

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

It's Not Too late H to subscribe to The Summer Collegian No, it certainly isn't too late to subscribe to the summer session student newspaper. Remember that The Summer Collegian carries all the official announcements and notices, fiemember, too, the complete coverage of feature, and the sparkling columns campus activties, the liveh Subscriptions Now 40° Student (Mm Office First Floor, Old Main Our Readers _Ju¥ S B SUMMER COLLEGIAN Published every Friday morning during the Summer Session by students of the Pennsylvania State College in the interests of the College, students, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Summer Collegian has the official _sanction and support of the Summer Session Office and it; finances are controlled directly by the _StudenJ Union Office. _RCPRCSENTCD'POH NATIONAL AOVEflTlgiN<3 iir National Advertising Service, fa<\ College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. new York. N. v. Chicago • boston • Los Angeles • Sam _Fh...

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

Session Students: Your Week-end Guests Will tern Slaying Allhe State College Hotel Phone 733 c Coogan, Collegian Editor In 1930 Praises Penn State Way Of life By JAMES H. COOGAN '30 Ex-Collegian Editor Nothing has happened in the last 11 years to alter my conviction that Penn State represents the ultimate in democratic education—and the system, I submit, is well worth keeping. I have met hundreds of Penn State men and women (older and younger than myself) in the years since Lleft the campus and, in the main, I found them people who were holding down responsible positions—and filling them with distinction. Of course there were exceptions—there always, are—but their number was small. To me this finding represented a victory for Penn State and the type of men and women it turns out. ~ Even today it remains 'a source of satisfaction to me," to learn of a new Penn State achievement,- to make the acquaintance of a man or woman who has something laudatory to say about Penn St...

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

PENN'S CAVE AMERICA'S ONLY ALL-WATER CAVERN Located 18 Miles Southeast of State College 5 Miles East of Centre Hall on Route 95 Onen Dav and Nisrht—Come on Out over the Fourth Packard Motor Cars GOODYEAR TIRES LAST MONTH FOR THIS INSPECTION PERIOD SPECIAL STORAGE RATES FOR SUMMER .SESSION Gas • Oil - Accessories - Tires - Washing 24-Hour Service ) S. Pueh St: - Dial 2731 Going Info Rehearsal With Campus Plays CLOWN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE is just one of the Lesselli Marionettes but he can imitate a real performer to perfection. The marionettes show will be given in Schwab Auditorium at 8:30 p. m. Tuesday. This will be the fifth time that the Lesselli Marionettes have performed on the campus. They have been here for the past four summers. * * * By JOSEPH HUMPHREY Plays which can be classed in nusual categories will be witnes-2d by theatre-goers who attend "The Night o f January 16th" on July 23 and "Moor Born" on July 30. "The Night o f January 16th" is unusual in tha...

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

THE - ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member ©f Federal Deposit Insurance _Cormraiion HOTEL BROCKERHOFF Cocktail Lounge On the Diamond, Bellefonte AIR CONDITIONED Formerly CCC Camp 62 Bath House Facilities Life Guard - Refreshment Turn Right at Sign on Route 322 ¦ 10 Miles East . of State College WM at 4 Celebration Will Start Today, End-Saturday'Night War Is Problem For Libraries Jackson and Son Robert H. Jackson and his son, William E. Jackson, should be proud of each other. The elder Jackson has been advanced from attorney general to the U. S. Supreme Court and the son has just been graduated from Yale University. Europe's war is.posing a difficult stands and various carnival games problem for American college libraries. Robert Bingham Downs, director of the New York University libraries, declares it is extremely hard to keep highly necessary collections of foreign periodicals and books up to date. In view of the exodus of scholars 'from Germany...

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

Headquarters for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT PRODUCTS WALLPAPER LINOLEUM, GLASS PORTER & WEBER interior and Exterior Decorators Store at 123 S. Frazier St. Phone 2793 NOTARY PUBLIC LEARNERS' PERMITS HOTEL STATE COLLEGE LOUETTA NEUSBAUM 5 Lion Athletes Are All-Americans Never before in the history ol Penn State athletics has any yeai produced a greater galaxy of sports stars than did the 1940-41 seasons Five' Nittany Lion athletes were named on All-American teams. Led by Barney Ewell, Penn State's sprint star who was named in three events on the NCAA team, the Lion athletes compiled sterling records. In addition to setting a new Penn State scoring mark in basketball, Captain Johnny Barr received All-American recognition. Captain Leon Gajecki was chosen All-American center on three football squads, and crack marksmen Ben Stahl and Gilbert Gault were named on the national collegiate rifle team. Paul Scally won the NCAA 175-pound boxing crown , and Bob Baird was...

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

SUMMER SCHOOL _organization Don't delay having Programs, Catalogues, Bulletins, etc., printed at your earliest convenience. Nittany Printing and Publishing Co 119-21 S. Fraxier St. 74 Students Win Places On Education Honor Roll wmmmm lH ENGLISH CHANNEL was formed "only yesterday,'' says Dean Edward Steidle of the School of Mineral Industries. He says that -an elevation of only 120 feet would unite England and the continent of Europe and provide a path for Hitler's Nazis.- Seventy-four students in the School of Education who earned a scholastic average of 2.5 or better during the past semester were named yesterday on the Dean's Honor Roll. Twenty-seven of the students were graduated at June commencement. There are neary 1,000 students in the School of Education. A Recipe For Ice-Cold Relaxation: Read Kabloona/ Tale Of The Arctic By ROBERT E. GALBRAITH Associate Professor of English Composition ,i- If the heat has you down, you . might try a psychological...

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

STAY IN STATE COLLEGE FOR TH •:• Fourth of lebration July Ce MIDWAY AT ALLEN STREET - BENEFIT ALPHA FIRE CO ihe Blonde" with Mary 3eih Hughes. George Montgomery. Alan Mowbray Shows at .... ';;00-3;4S Clark Rosalind _Gabte Russell m "They Met in Bombay" NOTE: Special- Matinees on Friday the Fourth and Saturday at 2:15 P. M. WALLACE BEERY in "Barnacle Bill m MORE DATES THIS SUMMER If your clothes are fresh and clean! Summer means getting- out of doors—going new places, meeting new people. Impress those new acquaintances by your clean and freshly pressed clothes! Send your clothes to BALFU&D'S. The work always measures up to one high quality, the prices are reasonable and the service is prompt. OUR SAME-DAY SERVICE enables you to have a garment cleaned, pressed and returned to you the same day if you have it in our hands by 10 A. M. Dry Cleaners and Tailors Un<ter the Corner Room Dial 3461 Damon JRunyon's "Tight Shoes'' wit...

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