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

3 Hat Societies Choose 27 Men For Activities Three College hat societies—Skull and Bones, Parmi Nous, and Druids—tapped 27 initiates yesterday and are now conducting informal initiations. Skull and Bones, with nine initiates, began haling last night. Initiates are required to wear burlap jackets bearing "cross-bones" on the back and front, in addition to wearing bones tied around their necks. All Skull and Bone initiates must report to Old Main at 1 p. m. today, according to Charles F. Mattern '42, president. Skull and Bone initiates include Boxing Coach Leo Houck, honorary member; James E. Hartman '42, track manager; Thomas J. Henson '42, IFC president and swimming manager; William S. Hill '42, baseball; Robert B. Jeffrey '42, general activities; Robert R. Mall '42). lacrosse manager; Joseph T. Reichwein '42, La Vie editor: Richard N Stevenson '42. Student Tribunal; Robert F. Wilson '42, general activities. Parmi Nous tapped Herschel D. Baltimore '43, basketball; Charles E. F...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1941

SI'S NOT TOO LATEST© SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN (Delivered Before Breakfast, Tuesday Through Saturday) * ¥ * ¥ REMEMBER!! THE COLLEGIAN DANCE THE FIRST BIG DANCE OF THE YEAR Free! Free! Free! TO COLLEGIAN SUBSCRIBERS Friday October 10 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii _Letters to tlie Editoi STUDENT SOAPBOX Four Fresh Find The _following three questions concerning the internationiil situation were _submittal to several students chosen at rtyadt.m from the Student _DU'ectbry. Their answer. * are printed below and anyone desiring to comment on _thes»e question? is invited to write to the Kditor. _Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllimillllillllllilllllllll llllllllll: The question: Are you in favor of the president ordering an expeditionary force to be sent to fight beside England and Russia? * * * John. B. Anstine '43, Ag Ec: "No. I think that we s...

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

• ECONOMY • DEPENDABILITY Penn State Laundry 5i There are dozens of new styles for you to choose your new Fall coiffure from. You'll want expert advice on the subject and we suggest you do what most coeds do . . . come to Mitt BEAUT& gj_£*h> SALON _^ PHONE 2071 GLENNLANO BLDG. Lions Seek To Throttle Strong Colgate Offense Pace Quickens In Harrier Practice Getting ready to begin intensive practice, the harriers have been going through its paces in a more rapid manner the last two days. Today, for the first time this fall, the ideal Penn State hill-anddale course, "unique by its accuracy," as Coach Chick Werner puts it, was marked off completely. The trail will be lined sometime next week. Herm Goffberg and Captain Alex Bourgerie again led the pack of harriers to the finish line. The pair are" rounding into mid season form rapidly. Coach Werner had high hopes for Norm Gordon until the runner returned . to the campus on Sunday with a.lame leg. Gordon was ...

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

4 Dance _Proginarrrs 4- Slnow Card's 4- _Lettteiflbeads 4 Circulars Printing Done For Ail Occasions NITTANY Prating & Publishing Co. 1129 South Frailer Sf Dial 4868 Fraternities HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BHEADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 III: _^_SSjSS!f Jjs ii Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:3G _jf TODAY & THURSDAY fl ' < f_^OHVrJlkm TOE WI1FIEI! v_&:.-.- "._j_^ff-t V I _Tamsid Meivyn DOUGLAS RuthHUSSEY * Eta DREW Comina:: "SERGEANT YORK" _W_$_wtww?ffl_$m Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 liquette Tips Given To Frosh Table etiquette suggestions for Mac Hall service were made by Mrs. Elizabeth W. Dye, associate professor of home economics, to aid WSGA Junior Service Board and Philotes at the Hostess dinner for freshman women' in Mac Hall Thursday. Next week freshmen will act as hostesses to Junior Service Board and Philotes. •Proper etiquette depends upon the hostess who se...

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

Earl Gaines '43 Takes Own Life At Alfoona Home Earl Wilfred Gaines, 21, a junior and a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, ended his life with a shotgun at 8:40 a. m. yesterday at his home in Altoona. Recently called in. the draft, Gaines had 'been granted a six month's deferment to permit him to return to college in preparation for the aviation service. His family believes that depression induced by thoughts of the war led him to take his own life. Gaines left State College to go to Altoona on Tuesday afternoon. He gave no reason for going home but told a fraternity brother that he expected to return Wednesday night. Fraternity brothers were informed of Gaines' death by his father who called them yesterday. Gaines ended his life on the third floor of his home. Gaines was born in Altoona on April 1, 1920. He attended the Altoona high school and after graduation enrolled at the University of Cincinnati for one year. In September, 194.0, he trahsfered to Penn State to study da...

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

For- ma TAILORED CLOTHING s For-* IMMACULATE CLEANING For-FINE PRESSING ForA - GRAND JOB OF DYEING -irs SMITH'S TAILOR SHOP 110 E. Beaver Ave. DisU 2162 Next to ihe Post Office HE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1.940. S,Kc<H.=or to the Venn Stat-? _Collegian, _cstnblwln.'ii li'ilt. and ttio- Free Lance, cdtnblisheil 1R97. _PuMinhed daiK eK-:-?_t>t Sunday and Monday durinp: th-! »-o:rulnr Collose year by the students of The Pennsylvania_, _fil.ate _Colleae. t'nt.ered as secotul-<?l:i?_s matter July 5. _lli.'}4 ot the Pcwt-ni' fKe '-.it. State Colleistf. _Pn.. under the aot o* March S. 1H79. Edftoc ^^ ana. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman *42(D *^^to James McCaughei- '_45 Editorial und _Businei.H Ou'ic Downtown OCt'ice 318 Old Mair. _Bldw. 110-121 South Frosier St. Fhotu: 7It Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Je;i;_- .n''. ( ._'. Stiie? 'VI: _Managing F<ditor—John A. _Baer '42; Spei-t.- Editor—;\. Pat _Nairelheru 'VI : ...

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

Paints Linoleum Renovate Now! CALL Porter and Weber Headquarters lor Sherwin - Williams Paint Headquarters for PR, GRABOW PIPES In State College IS REA&DERICK'S 121 S. Allen COVERAGE OF THE WORLD SERIES IN The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE NOW! Just One Of The Many Collegian Features REMEMBER THE ANNUAL COLLEGIAN DANCE FREE-TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 .There'sonly one _corrtct way to /s#E n . 'taK iit".a pipe. .that's by 1-1 9 w sntoMnj it. (My Dr._Grstiow -V _Mrmmj pipasirepre-smokedwitlilineto- ^*»^$_& _liKcoCEdjewortliJiiflLinkiiian's . - J_&Br mecbanital smahfns machine. _^ J_&_r •'• ¦ '_, _^SP_^ NO _s. >^™F breaking in -_' _jsKm_*, - -J_^w N0 BITE ' _M^^^ M^^ NO BITIER TASIE lltlt_^lil_^_X_. DR - GRApOW'S mW _^ PATENTED CLEANER _jt****ii* _jN & DR.GRAfiOW 'v__X Is MethanUally _*: .+ Swimming Practice Delayed One Week Swimming tryouts and practice have been postponed until next Thursda...

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

On To Buffalo ! IT'S PENN STATE NITE AFTER THE GAME AT a Gus" Schenne's: Hotel West Falls. N. Y (Foi merly of State College Hotel) AMERICA'S ONLY D06 BAR COCKTAILS-LUNCHEONS-DINNERS Route 240 Out of Buffalo—12 Miles From City Line lime nourishing. And if you want crisp loast that farily melts in your mouth this is the loaf for you. MORNING STAR, TRUWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE _^ jywio Ay _fffORNINGSTAR BREAD Mormngsiar Bread is fine for every purpose. It makes sandwiches that are pleas- Styles In Threes Can't Possibly Please Mother's darling daughter is. ,itl a rage again—and little, wonder . Imagine her disappointment at arriving after weeks of .preliminary shopping only to find every coed dressed to the earn with the same "new creations." That spark of _individualism that characterized her collegiate wardrobe has completely _disap.-peared. Everywhere she sees the very things for which she hunted so diligently—from her long dowager beads t...

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

Helzel Commends Penn Stale Spirit At Gridiron Rally Captain H. Leonard Krouse '42, ignited the bonfire to officially usher in the Penn State football season as more * ;han 5,000 students, according to Nittany Lion tradition, kindled the fire of 1941 gridiron enthusiasm at the pre-Colgate pep rally on the Jordan _Fertility Plots last night. As the flames began to light the entire area, . President Ralph D. Hetzei said to the irowd, "As these flames have grown, so has the spirit and morale of-our College. This is more than an emotional spree; it is an evidence of a mass collegiate spirit which is alive and consistent. "Our Penn State spirit is growing bigger and better, because we understand what it means," President ' Hetzei continued. "It can't be broken, and anything which portrays the fine attitude of the student body exemplified in this rally is bound to persevere." President Hetzei concluded, "Let's build our College morale powerfully strong, and the lack of team support w...

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

special wn Two VICTOR RED SEAL RECORDS for the price of one. Emperor Waltz Faust — Ballet Music Buy one — the other's free 7 While they last! THE MUSIC ROOM Glennland Bldg li£ Mill COLLEGIA! "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collesian, . established 1004, ami the Free Lame, established 1887. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday durinff th>_j regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania fitate _College. Entered as second-class matter July 6. ,1984 at the Post-ofCkc at State Collesce, Pa., under the act o_1 : March 6, 1879. _ ^_^ Edito_? _^ «H&_. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehmast *42 «^8_flPD' James MoCaughey '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main _SWrr. 119-121 South _Frasier St. ' Phono 711 Phone 437U Women's Editor—JeAr.mi C. Stik_>5 '42 ; ManaRinjr Editor—John A. Baer '42; Sport_? Editor—A. Pnt NaBolborB '42: _Feature Editor—William .1. McKniiitit '42;. News Editor—fitanle...

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

ATTEND - - YOUR CHURCH RECEPTION 8:00-10:00 TONIGHT YOU'LL BE MADE WELCOME FOOTBALL TONIGHT! STATE COLLEGE CLEARFIELD ¦ _' ¦ AT HIGH SCHOOL FIELD 8:00 P.M. Bald Eagle Conference Game Admission 55c and 77c Inc. Tax The Correct Thing For University Men THE UNIVERSITY GAB By LEE _^JdM& _wr^>—* MEN'S APPAREL Corner of Allen and Beaver frosh Gndders Show Promise Of Good Season The star-studded 1941 freshman team began to take the form with which it intends to steam-roller opponents' as it clashed with the varsity in practice scrimmage twice'in the past few days. - Davl Alston looks like a fine _^a 'ssing_^ artist ¦ and a top-flight broken " field runner, according to Coach Marty McAndrews. IMc-Aridraws also delights in the way that "Ray Ulinski runs and handles the team from his quarterback slot. Bob Weitzel at fullback likewise was praised for his work in the varsity-freshman fracas. At the center 'position, Joe Cacovic 'has been doing an excelle...

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

NO COVER CHARGE USE ROUTE 45 TO BELLEFONTE DANCING 9-2 Penn Belle Corner Room MUSIC BY THE STATESMEN A 1 % 1 / _w _draBHHi Shows al 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 W5GA Exempts Four From '45 Customs Red, White and Blue (Fashions Are Out—IBut Patriotism Stays Taps are sounding on the fashion .Cield for red, white and blue insig-\iias and other do-dads affecting a military appearance. Fashion experts predict a military funeral for tiny eagles, gold stars and brass buttons, followed by the birth of subtle covert twills, army khakis and navy (blues. These more subtle military additions to college women's wardrobes will carry the patriotic influence through the fall. College women's clothes, the last word in. style, will emphasize plaids again this year and basic silk or crepe date dresses. The masculinity of last season, characterized iby army and navy accessories, will be absent. For coeds who would appear smart, there is the Home Economics Clinic, composed of dr...

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

Underdog Nittany Gridders Open Against Colgate Today Probable Starting Lineups For Today's Game PENN STATE E Davis E Potsklan T Kerns T Brosky G Yoho G Bonham C Raysor Q.B Weaver L.H Petrella R.H. .. Krouse (C) F.B Srhaltz CAPTAIN LEN KROUSE Referee—T. A. Timlin, Niagara; Umpire—W. G. _Ci'owell, Swarthmore: Head Linesman—T. J. Ailenger, Buffalo; Field Judge—F. R Wallace. Washington (Md.) COLGATE E Hamilton E Davis T. .. Guenther (C) T Vohs G Endres G Scott C Orlando Q.B Fox L.H Phinney R.H. Geyer F.B Micha Only 4 Leftermen On Penn Slate Squad An underdog Penn State team, rated by sports writers as a soft touch for the greatly publicized Colgate eleven, opens its 55th intercollegiate football season against the Red Raiders in 'Buffalo's Civic Stadium at 2 p. m. today. It will be the fifth meeting between the two elevens, the first battle taking place in 1911. Penn (State won one and lost three in the four previous games. With the entire line and threefourths of last yea...

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

You Are Cordially Invited To Meet MILDRED JORDAN Author Of "One Re<d Rose Forever' at The College Book Store 129 W. Beaver Aye. _SJale College. Pa. Mildred Jordan will autograph copies of Iter book. Tuesday,Oct 7,3.*30p.m HE DAILY COUEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" KiUblinhel 1040. Succomoi- to the Penn _Stato Coll-Mr'._aa. establish?-! 1004. an_._l the' Free t.anoe, established 1887. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday dui'inj? th_^ regular College, year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania. Stile College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 193* at the Poat-_>Cfi03 at State College, Pa., under the act _a£ March 8, 1870. Editor _^9R«f _cI Bus, and Adv, M§c. Hoss _Lehmati '42<s _Qggj&P> James _McCaughey "42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown _Office 313 Old Main Bid*. 119-121 South Frailer St. Phono 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stile.5 "42 : Manasinir Editor—John A. Baer '42; Sport* Editor—-A. Pat _Nanelber,-? ...

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

TEXAS HOT DOGS Best Hamburger in Town . ' r " . ' .-T ' . ' .: a* . .. Gables Sandwich Sfioppe Beaver. .. -Ave. at Pugh St. Jimmy Smith '42 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation We'll Still Slay Over Here If the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania were in Europe, it would be the richest prize of the continent and the cause of endless struggles among warring powers. This is the observation of Dean Edward Steidle of the School of Mineral Industries. Calling attention to the recent British military expedition to Spitzbergen, Dean Steidle pointed out that the exports of coal from the Arctic island' previously amounted to about 600,000 tons yearly, the same amount that can be produced from Pennsylvania mines in one day. "While the British expedition was attempted in part for strategic reasons, the fact that such a small tonnage of fuel could be considered important shows the fundamental different between the poverty of minerals in ...

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

FREE! FREE! FREE! To All Collegian Subscribers THE ANNUAL C0_LLE6_IAN DANCE Friday, October 10, Rec Hail MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS Admission By Subscription Only £_& You Can't Afford To Miss The First Big Dance Of The Year ! Frosh—-Customs Will Be Lifted This Dance • i k. ¦ For : uDscriDe ow fr For Bent—Room with private shower and bath. Accommodates 2 or 3 students. Reasonable,, Call _Fromm's Store. Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 Tfirrnv lurnM _ Tlir"C I * THERE'S TROUBLE IN PARADISE! When Jon (Hurricane) Hall Kisses Dotty (Sarong) Lamourl sW <_2 J_^k_$"_* ' _Jt 1 wlih \ Philip f ' REED • (Catherine I DE MILLS I Lynne OVERMAN _$&* _WZA &* Frosh Dormitory Elections Set For 10 p. tin. Monday Hall Presidents Will , Sit On'45 Council Women elected to hall' group presidencies at 10 p. m. Monday _will automatically represent their halls on WSGA Freshman Council. A 1.5 average is _inquired to remain on Council. N...

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

Rhein Will Sing On Sunday's Hour Of Charm Program Miriam L. Rhein '43, named last night to represent Penn State on Sunday's "Hour of Charm" program, will leave for New York Friday night on an expense-free trip. Miss Rhein has tentatively decided to sing "The Things I Love" with Phil Spitalny's All-Girl Orchestra at 10 p. .m. Sunday over the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company. Prior to leaving, Miss Rhein will sing at noon today before the Bellefonte Kiwanis Club, before the State College Rotary Club tonight, and before the Bellefonte Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Last night she appeared on the program of tne State College Kiwanis Club.' James A. Leyden '42 is her accompanist. . Representatives from the pro gram will meet Miss Rhein and her chaperon at the station and will entertain them in New York. She will- rehearse about three times with the orchestra before the broadcast. Aside from having all expenses paid, Miss Rhein will receive $100 for appearing on th...

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

V-183 A ''V _^wi'l'i*>'/ ' l< \ /_IKSsCl / • KJti'&_£\ \ Sffimm immtfmm $ & £7 V c _Q _^M ou The C unusua m How to Win Friends in one easy lesson Treat yourself and others to wholesome, delicious Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Swell to chew. Helps keep breath sweet, teeth bright. The Flavor Lasts, Ml MM COLLEGIA! "Fdr A Better Penn State" _Established 1940 _3uceej.mr to the Penn SUt.> Collegian, established 1904, and the Fre<* _Tjance, established 1887. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday . _durins _ttw •rearular Colleaa yo_.ir by the students of The _Pennsylvania ¦Sl.ite Collepre. . _Enteral as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the PoBt-oCCioi at State College. Pa., under the a<:t c>e March 3, 1879. Editor _^pw»_tn ' Bus, and Ads'. Mgr. Ross Lehman. '42a _^8g8PD ' James McCawghej- «41 Edil/>rial and Business . _OCCwu Downtown _Office 313 Old Matn _Uldtr 119-121 South Fraster ...

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

IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Delivered Before Breakfast, Tuesday Through Saturday) REMEMBER!! THE COLLEGIAN DANCE THE FIRST BIG DANCE OF THE YEAR Free! TO (OL1EGIAN SUBSCRIBERS Free! Free! Friday, October 10 Lions Fight Stubbornly As Red Raiders Win, 7-0 Both Elevens Rely On Secondary Defense By BOB SCHOOLEY The fiery cauldron full of Nittany Lion spirit may scald the Bucknell Bisons on Nuw Beaver Field next Saturday much worse than it singed the Colgate Red Raiders for three quarters in the Buffalo gridiron encounter last Saturday. Colgate was able_ to pull the game out of the fire 7-0 after Jo-Jo McCourt, left halfback, swept right end for five yards to a touchdown. Bob Endres, guard, added the extra point. AH afternoon the two teams raced up and down the field in strong _offensive maneuvers. Each team was forced to rely on its secondary defense to stop the ball carriers most of the time. However, the Nittany forward wall fought...

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

For Efficient Immaculate Service Penn State Laundry 320 W. _Beavexr Ave. Dial 3261 I £ • _SST, _rs • A HOWARD HAWKS PRODUCTION ' I UltH UKtNNAN-JUAN LES I TODAY - WED, - THURS. I '- The star of "Wutkiag Heights" in a dating dramatic role aaf star would > V,8 ^^» wait a life- _^'_*_%mk - - ' - _< \r < *: ¦' _• ' ' .-5 , % _humm II #/^_4 ©_mmm KORDA _^ M _k ,, ^^^^^ _^_uiHi Shows at _ls38. 3:00. 6:30, 3:30 To Be Displayed Second in a series of nutrition exhibits will be held in 209 Home Economics Building from 8 a. m. to noon 'today when 100 calorie portions of protein and fat foods will be displayed. Students of Home Economics 402, under supervision of Mrs. Emma W. Welch, instructor, will be iri charge of exhibits which will continue-this semester oh Tuesdays and Thursdays. , "• Dr. Joseph P. Ritenour, director of ;the College Health Service, urges students to attend the _exhibits. : He said they would be especially helpful -t....

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