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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1940

Job Hunfer m _&f Iff V* J. Orvis Keller, assistant to the president in charge of extension, represents the College on the executive committee of the Pennsylvania Association of School and College Placement which offers a special student rate for its quarterly journal. For story, see column one. ) $3500 Set Aside For Fundamental Research Work A-fund of $3500 has been designated as the "Central Fund for Research" by the College budget foiv the fiscal year, it was announced recently by Dr. Stevenson W. Fletcher, dean of the School of Agriculture and chairman of the Council on.Research. The money is to be used primarily to promote fundamental research throughout the College, funds for the support of applied research being more readily available from other sources. The fund will be used for the support of creative studies in the social sciences as well as in the natural sciences. The Council on Research also has a fund" of $500 for the publication o...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1940

Member Pissocided Cblle&idte Press _gt Distributor of "***fe _VGolleoicite Digest CAMPUSEER Junior Editorial BoaTd-_^John A_^_vBaer 'AZ, R. Helen Cordon '-42. Ross B. Lehman '42, Wift_&m J. _McKnight '42, Alice M. Murray '42, Pat -Nefcelberg '42, Stanley J. PoKemp ¦r iet **2. Jeanne C. StUes '42..,. . ' . Junior Business Board—Thomas W. Allison •«2. *«ml St. Goldberg '42. James E. _tfcCax_^_ncr «tt,-T. Blair Wallace v<2, _Stergaret L. Embury '42, Virginia Ogdeh '42, Pay E. Bce ?.,'42. . ¦ Orainate _Cbtnielor ——:_^i_^ .C. _RnsseilJEck Editorial and _business Office itowh 'towa Office . 313 Old Main Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier St. Dial 711 Dial 4S72 _Managing Editor This Issue John A. Baer '42 Mews Editor This Issue Ross B. Lehman '42 Women's Issue Editor R. Helen Gordon '42 Sophomore Assistant* .._Donald W. Davis, David H. Goldsmith _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii Whew!! I'm ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1940

THE LY COLLEGIAN DANCE DAI BIG Dance of the Year The First _tt REC. HALL .. OCT. 11 No Customs Informal Dance From 9 till 12 To The Campus Owls' Music YOUR Subscription and Dance TtotetWWUt Git Fraternities HAVE YOU TRIED BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Seven Mixed Activities Slated For Co-Recreation 7 to 10 a. m. Bicycle Breakfast Hike to WRA Cabin. Meet in front of Metzger_'s at 7 a. m. Fifty cents for bicycles, and fifteen for food. 2 to 4 p. m. Everyone meets in front of Rec Hall. Archery: Outside Rec Hall. Badminton: In Rec Hall. Golf: Two-ball foursomes on college links. Horseshoes: Outside Rec Hall. Tennis: Mixed doubles on Rec Hall courts. „ Ping Pong: In Rec Hall. Volleyball: In Rec Hall. _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii Hillel Will Hold First Social Even! Saturday The Hill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1940

FREE OFfER AT OUR STATE COLLEGE STORE Pair of Pants Cleaned FREE with Every _Suii Skirt Gleaned FREE with Every Dress Suits and Dresses—49c We _IQvou) Hou> Fro MMS _> I * ~ _Dntf _CXpNEM • ' " ¦ . DtoRJ Near Atherton Hall 218 E. College Ave Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30, 8:30 TODAY AND FRIDAY Radio's Cracker-Barrel Favorites on the Screen! Meet the two wizards of the Ozarks! LUM and ABNER in "Dreaming Ouf Loud" with Frances Langford Frank Craven Babs Watson Phil Harris Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 TODAY AND FRIDAY '-fVBBM_^flP_^HP'HjjjBiHBBBB _^Evenings Only 6:3t). 8:30 liAST TIMES TODAY UIII!lliIlllinilllini![!!l[ll!llim[II!lllllllll!l[||lllillI!llllll Beiween The Lions Varsity Contused By Frosh Defense The varsity football team had its first taste of outside competitior yesterday when Coach Bob Higgins sent the Lions against the freshmen in a short but intensive offensive drill. The cubs were on the defensive all the time and their shifting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 September 1940

'Frank R. Flynn, sophomore class president, announced last night the appointment of William P. McFadden, and Eugene R. Yeager_, as Co-Chairmen of Soph Hop, which will be held November 15 in Rec Hall. Appoints Co-Chairmen All Night Parkers Warned As 400 Cars Are Tagged IIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIII1IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII Chief Juba Estimates 100 Students Get Tickets Over 400 car owners'were warned by borough police that they had violated the ordinance forbidding all night parking on streets by tags left on their cars between 2 and 6 a.m. yesterday. Chief of Police John R. Juba estimated that approximately 100 student-owned cars were tagged. Violators were informed by the tags that, "This first card is a warning . . . You will be fined $2 if this -ticket is not signed and returned to the Police Office within 48 hours." If the tag is returned to the Police Office by tonight, no fine will be levied. Each car owner is required to state the reason for his parki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 September 1940

MemtW _, Associated _CoHe&rte Press _j ~ "_^_SKfT D _istributor of "*^k gr T _CofleSMeDteJest] V/ »II C ¦ 7 ii ou enjoy THE _fr_$ t $ \—Largest: and most complete of all mom-subsidized college technical magazines. 2—Interesting technical and semi-tecSmical articles. 3—Reports on technical advancements and happenings in the engineering world. 4—The dean's interesting monthly column. 5—Striking and unusual photographs. 6—Helpful suggestions lor the engineering student _„ 7—Intimate campus news and events. 8—Delivered to your door, 9—A joke section: that is spicy and amusing—up to the minute. 10—Reasonable price —'-75-cents per year — 8 issues. " PURCHASE YOUR _SUBSCRIPTION M STUDENT UNION NOW ed professors, Donovan will tell you that the student body is far ahead of the faculty in number of lost articles. PENNSYLVANIA AND DEFENSE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii By EDWARD STEIDLE_. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 September 1940

7:30-9:30—20c Per Person FRIDAY . . . "HIGH HAT" -Xona Andre Franklin Pangborn SIT IN YOUR CAR See and Hear The Movies I mile west of State -College We FitShoexBuX- THE COLLEGE BOOT SHOP NEXT TO MURPHY STUDENTS! Make The College Bool Shop Your Headquarters for Your Fall Footwear Needs— Taylor-Made Shoes for Men $5.00 to $6.95 Official ROTC Shoes $2.95 up AH Sizes ami Widths. Campus Representative, Thos. H. Ainswortfcj Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phone 75S RAILWA_^f&EXPRESS agency _T^^r iNC. NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE KEYS MADE TO ORDER SCHILLING S. _PUGIT ST CAMPUS CAEEMMR _nillimilllillllllllllillllllillltlllllilllllllllllimillllllllllllll Students desiring; to try out as _IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllMllllllillllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllll TODAY: Ag. School faculty meeting, Room 109 Agriculture Building, 4:10 p. m. Applications for John W. White and Louise Carnegie scholarships due at Room 112 Pond Laboratory today.. Special voter's registra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 September 1940

ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS Lis * MEN'S APPAREL 146 South Allen SL, Diagonally Acro«s.from,Post. Office -; AllBOW-.TIES. . ' ; -. „., ' ; .. , .. • .. - .. .AraQ_^_TOPE_^EAR _%u couU . # a lot of Same _tvamp »? if y_^u _g? t the right glide ru_(e <•- rV "_^-_^== DON-HERO£_d. < -ENDS AN OLD HEADACHE WITH THI FASCINATING NEW BOOK ... READ -. H_©w to Choose a SMde Rnle" by DON BIEnilOILD There is no _eccufsc for owning the wrong kind of Slide Bub once you hnvc read this helpful Utile book. Don Hcrold takes the mystery out of logarithmic functions for all time. His story is told in simple, salty language and profusely illustrated from. life. "How to Choose a Slide Knlc" is free for the asking—if you ask in time. See your campus K & E dealer at once. ttrr. f_«or ¦ fir's ramMOBonjs „. ' ET>_8 HKEilr » FfAlL . _KJEUFFEL & ESSER CO ' n«w rotwc—HoexMcsN, n. 4 OMKAOO • ST. UMia : . _N a_*n _rwmctBoo. 1 nnwnni. _imliho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 September 1940

Booters Open Season Against Bullets Today _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Grant Announces 87 New Singers Director Richard W. Grant has announced the names of 34 new members of the Penn State Glee Club and 53 new members of the College Choir, chosen as a result of tryouts held this week. The College Choir, which will make its initial appearance at Chapel tomorrow, includes the following new members, listed according to voice classifications: First sopranos—Ruth Cohen '43, Rosemary Fleming '44, Jean Lindaman '42, Carolyn Moorhead '42, Ann Morris '43, Ruth Rummell ' •44, Rhoda Ruth '44, PhyUis Schluderberg '42, Joyce Strope '44, Doris Taylor '44, Martha Tobias '43, Margaret Waddell '44, Jane Windle '44, Eleanor Woodruff '44, and Mary Young '41. Second, sopranos—Lois Dosch '44, Jean Hershberger '43, Mary Steele '44, Kathryn Walker '42. First altos—Mildred Austry '43, Eleanor Crawley '44, Jean Fisher '43, Dorothy Jennings '44, Helen Schm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 September 1940

STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Memb _ftssocioted _Golleaide Press Distributor of '"_* % Gol!e5iate Digest THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE MANIAC IIIIIIIHUIHlllUIIIIIIllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIllilllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllin Before we go any further, I'd like to say a word about Ned Wakeman. Some of you probably never knew Wakie. might not know of him yet, unless you read in Monday's papers about two men being killed in an airplane crash near Wilkes-Barre and happened to notice that one of them was E. A. Wakeman, Jr., Penn State '40. . Well, that was Wakie. Wakie "made" this column frequently during the four years or so he went to State. He was mentioned frequently because he was doing' one wacky thing or another all through College. Even now when we, and I use the we collectively because there are plenty of us, think of him it is with a grin. A tear-dimmed grin, but still a grin. That might sound disrespectful but it i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 September 1940

5«_:j__i__£.v ksL f4?^s Are Foil Behind the "** 8-Ball ? You Will Be if You Don't Take COLLEGIAN DALY THE the Rest and Read the Best Join M You? Subscription to 'Tho Daily Collegian' New At Student Union Office or 313 OW Main Building Drive-In Theatre 30-9:30—20c Per Person SATURDAY.. "Million Dollar Racket" Herman Brix, Joan Barclay SIT IN YOUR CAR See and Hear The Movies 1 mile west of Slate College On 322 30 Coed Groups Queried For Point System Data Junior Senators To Head Administration of Plan Over 30 women's organizations have; been . interviewed by a WSGA committee to gather information concerning the point system, Anne M. Borton '4% chairman, announced: yesterday. "The system, approved by a vote of 437 to ¦ 86_ by women-students last spring, will operate as soon, as data is completed. Administration of the system will be carried oiit by the two junior senators. Designed to apportion offices among women students, the system ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 September 1940

Your Next Dance.... HAVE PROGRAMSTHAT WILL LEAVE LASTING / MEMORIES. Nittany Printing & Publishing Co. 119-121 S. FRAZIER ST. DIAL 4868 *_£** _v_^_1 ! _sKSS^^ ' _ifW_* _^ fRANK CRAVEN DONAID CMS* «ANK McHUGH ihw IK ran Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 TODAY. MON., TUES. _MFflA PABia nm. mm.wm m rm •»» 7 _Kfi- loc Pact „*¦_ Bellefonte America's No. 1 Band GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday Night, Oct. 4 Adm. and Tax $1.25 Dancing 9-1 ROUND TRIP TICKETS 75c Each Bus Leaves at 8 P.M. Returns al 1 AMTickets On Sale At The Ticket Office Above - Corner Room MON.. TUES.. WED : _^fl _^Y_^_fTT_^_riJJI Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30. 8:30 TODAY ONLY The thrilling dramatic story of an Ail-American who thought tiie glory would last forever! "Yesterday's Heroes" with Jean. Rogers Robert Sterling Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 TODAY ONLY M@_is Opei _Seasoi (Continued from page one) •¦ play either outside _rJgnt or Gus _JJigott's old posi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1940

To Advise Freshmen IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I A. OR. Warnock, dean of men, will address the first freshman orientation meeting on "What Textbooks Don't Teach," in Schwab Auditorium at 7 p.m. today. Frank Gullo, assistant professor of music, Elinor L. Weaver '41, Elwood Oliver '44 and Edwin S. Jones '41, will participate in the program, which every freshman must attend. 12% Of The Upperclassmen Know The Words To This Song! 1. For the glory of Old State, For' her founders strong and great, For the future that we wait, Raise the song, raise the song. 2. Sing our love and loyalty, Sing our hopes that, bright and free • Rest, O Mother dear, with thee. All with thee, all with thee. 3. When we stood at boyhood's gate Shapeless in the hands of fate. Thus didst mould us, dear Old State, Into men, into men. 4. May no act of ours bring shame To one heart that loves thy ,S.: Its the Alma Mater name, May our lives help swell they fame, De...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1940

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN **F6r A Better Penn State" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887 Enjoy You' The Corner unusual MOORE'S DRESS SHOP Opposite Old Main " •i SPONSORS _Rttsy fiady Casuals m*/ _Bt FEATURE!* IN MitiHoriiUE id_u Autumn Glory," a fabric distinctively DUPtAN, wovfeh of fWfflf abraded rayon 5=2=_^ _O ( $J.95 w _(LeftJ-Potkeu _tutl of pletf ¦ hid irietal clip's chained to the bodice are dress-up details of a tailored frock. Sizes 12 to 2 * 0, _?_ftight J-Contrmat _AtOlibt 4* lining _hMftftt, staffing cottar and1 bow tig, tucked sleeve* and pockets. Fan pleated skirt, front and back. Sizes 12 to 20,, Wife Of Auditor, Victim Of Fire, In Fair Condition 'MARGIN FOR ERROR No change was reported in the condition oi Mrs. James A. Hanley by Centre County Hospital authorities yesterday. "Mrs, Hanley's condition is only fair," the hospital officials stated. The wife of Jame...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1940

Campus Representative, Thos. H. Atasworth Tau Kappa _EpsSon, Fhotto H6 . Railwa_^Ex press AGENCY _yWpr inc. Now you can get your COLLEGE SEAL... on eig ht useful articles _RomMsr • tipritti Simr • Ml _Miqn • Paptr _Wilflrt Nok Eli • Ante EaUtl • SUl's Vtatl • Ask Trq r college seal 00 rout a_#d a box top from & package of MARLIN BLADES Mail |x till anJ a Marti *<* top M la _ageltis _broazc, mounted oa beautiful _Aatricaa Wlmit. The MARLIN FIREARMS CO 17 EAST 42nd STREET, NEW YORK EC LA PARI/ H 7 Miles East of | \ Bellefonte _» America's No. 1 Band GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday _NicM , Oct. 4 Aim. and<Tax $1.25 Dancing 9-1- ROUND TRIP TICKETS 75c Each »u* Le _- ave* at 8 P.M. Htftarnt at 1 A.M. ¥ic*e_% _~6kJ&*J* The f fete* OfficS ABove Ci>Trier Room* _wktaewm •teiy !? _w & 08ES.Wf.AT -NO OTHER MKCM DO I _<Rm.U. S. P._LOIK CAMPUS CALENDAR We Get _Enthusiasm IIIIIIIIIIIIIUI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1940

_LEWJSTOWNPARK BOB CHESTER ami His Orchestra THURSDAY, OCT. 3 $1.00 Tax Paid WED.. THURS.. FRI. ( - %t<_% mm' MIGHTY. EPIC OF. A NATION COtOMBW __£2_. PICTURE KHm_^ as, _*yJlll " *Ju M Hl_^_Mlr _YT_^ Jilt ill iS\ jM : CaryGgAST-MaitiaSCOIT rue _miWiiihi iEfrmGlMl " i airMwcnaiawKxe vna y , Alan Marshall . , flail 14$_^ ' _. Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 LAST TIMES TODAY i /_Jtttt _fHEtPJDA Mysr&?y m I tVH/SPERS that cracks like THUNDER t I A' - _Sffii _«_S«? _iiasiSi IP- _HMflGN _^ SKa&M_? _Aeze _&_T_& < 7e£ COOLER, MILDER, BETTER-TASTING that means Chesterfield • • lhere_'s a whole World's Series oi < good smoking in Chesterfields...that's why it's the smoker's cigarette. The best tobaccos in all of Tobaccoland ... blended together for MILDNESS, COOLNESS and BETTER TASTE. Do you smoke the cigarette that SATISFIES as . AMERICA SMOKES MORE AND'MORE.. _CooirisU 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1940

'To Paint Murals White Hall and folk stages have been made. Advising Miss Craighead is Andrew W. Case, assistant professor of fine arts. The murals, planned for six feet high and 40 feet wide, would be done in tempra against the regular plaster, and placed high above the two doors entering the modern dance room. Actual painting on the plaster would not be started until the second semester, since Miss Craighead will do preliminary sketches using Dance Club members as models, during the first semester. Special group compositions will be made by the Club for Miss Craighead to sketch. To avoid spraying the completed mural with glue to make it permanent, it would be placed high enough to avoid being smudged. Miss Craighead is co-editor of Portfolio, student literary publication, now entering its second year of publication, and was secretary of the junior class last year. Cabinet Asks No 4 O'clocks; Drops Frosh Dance The Freshman Dance was dropped from the College social calendar,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1940

Junior Editorial Boat _-__fo_n A. Baer •'__. #¦ Helen _* --_•in _*-- r_« ¦»-..• •__ _ -__.. ^_rin..__. _r r _%_•_«. C__.1__. _0 i39 iciuiihu _jbs __ _ .... Gordon .-«-. Bobs ,__ _____a .__, -WMyam J. < v-, Alt-. M_. Mnrnv „ **2 .Bat tfLfplt-T- r _ffi'Stanley J. F_K_m__. _¦ - —» - . _____ «_*vs- *• _. w_._wv ^*» _». _ _»._ _. "r» -*_p -_ ™_.v*™*"—* —" _^.. : F Mtr.'__. Jeaiine C. _StOes .'U.:' , Junfiw-JJusinesS' JESmrt-rlhomaa W. Allison .12, PjfcnJI r. poldjiewrw; ^«_w 5 E _' :&<*_XS Aey !p.'S_. Blair Wallace _^ 2, ^^_jMet ' _^ JErdEan' >'J2_) JpinV-^*^"- _!, jRj j. 'X. feees'.M_?. '- " ' " <• THE FINEST SALE OF BOOKS _EVER HELD EST STATE COLLEGE OCT. 2ND TO 15TH. AUTOGRAPHED x _GQjPIESvQF _VJLLAgl. _!_g B _ >_aKS ' -)__f " SALE .fgpRSEAY THE (_OLitGE BOOK _STOM 129 W. Beaver THE DAILY COLLEGIA "For A Better Penn State" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Fxee Lance, established 1887 ~ &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1940

Headquarters for Dr. Grabow Pipes In State College Is Rea & Denck s 121 S. ALLEN ST f _tftf fl _#_fc NO BREAKING IN Mf> _iV ifell NO BITE..NO _^J_^ SH -# 1# BITTER TASTE^^ _______¦ mice if ' _^_-_^ ,m» _._Jilffl *™** _„„...--,„ _Jmffiffl smoke bs-DR. GRABOW _Mfftrnt link-PATENT.O _CLEANEft -MWmtis -exclusive ' _*___ _ioj_^na-HiBpre-saBliB j_«i_____ JrW_& *WfllDr- Crabsw pipe ¦ l-__--I.W ll|l|||f I If * ra. &_«0rt_).lW _____ f _S?)IM_Bs___KK_j___r _tobatcft. •*.-._. fhZ°S *^[JL_& :j(_Wi*_£?*^<* " pipe _Pwwfrf Forward passes? Do you watch the ball ori kicks? (_Experts say you should noW _£*ft your tt_ _ - Or the opponents? Are you always missing the referee s _signals Whlt player do coaches agree is most ~c*« » «**¦ . ..fim out of a football game if you let _&X Evening Post and _ta_ _ to page 36. MP ^^"rE _x_^-—_ __ ft. human story of _^ ' _f^^^- _^_panion , Bett to tot sweetheart. fa» , ** _^ _" _t_. _. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1940

The Fruit Information For Season 41 I Qi lO ORCHARD FARM CMD STORAGE on hand from Ihe COLLEGE Stares _oir_ keep a supply a§ all times, iefllvery of fre_* g asp apples All M e C- Jllll@i@ ftMeiry and Friday Wednesday is made fo flhe stores each Monday The fruit is clean, carefully handled, and sized. Free from worms and The packages are marked with the fruit variety, name, and size. rot in the original packages. by variety name, buy them Mfoirappfles Grapes are also ready for use now. and grapes for jelly and butter are available at the Cold Storage Off-grade applies in gallon jugs fruit. at all times sweet cider is available at the Farm This cider is made from sound, clean A supply of cold, fresh . Bake them in a slow oven and then brown quickly such as Grimes Golden, Smokehouse, Delicious, Jona baked also fine, crisp, eating apple—try them for use. They Mcintosh, apples are ready are _©ither good varieties, p...

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