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

! Request for such a unit had been ' made . by. President Hetzel last Fri' day'in compliance '.with the suggestion.pf the State Council of Defense. Organization of the divi' sion will permit the student body " and faculty to take such measures as may be deemed necessary for their civilian protection. ( Commenting on the new unit, Dr. Shigley remarked, "We of the local Defense -Council certainly api prove this step. It tends to make ; ' the organization stronger by the • addition', ' . of a powerful civilian group!" The; College Division will be headed by an executive committee composed of nine faculty and ten student representatives who !i have been nominated -toy President W Hetzel and approved by Dr. Shig-,\ley. An organization-meeting will 5 be held m the trustee s room, sec-( ond floor Old Main, at 4 p. m. tomorrow. •Sub-committees will be considered, to handle air raid warnings, fire . protection, American unity , (morale),.first aid, conservation of _defense essentials, an...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1941

Th r _unusua YOU may never >have heard of a K carrier circuit, _;liut it ihos often heard you. It's a Bell Telephone Laboratories development by which two pairs of wires in parallel cables can carry as -many as twelve separate conversations at the same time! K carrier circuits are being built into man) miles of Long Distance cables. This is out of the ways we .have of adding a lot .,<**?*. of long circuits in a hurry to meet _pfs_] the needs of national defease. _^ _§_ZrgF You IS njoy Shoes Expertly Repaired and Shined foi Houseparty PENN STATE SHOE REPAIR .-SHOP 123 W. Beaver Ave Kenneth 0. _Bufshinson ¦For _Bargess Sponsored by. Citizens' Com .miitee for Better Local Government -CAMPUS ' caimar TODAY Theta Sigma Phi meets, 310 Old Main, 7 p. m. , Dr. Henry J. - Bruman, instructor in geography, speaks to the History Club, 8 Sparks Building, 7 p. m.. on "Recent Archeological Discoveries in Central America." Meetings of business and editor...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1941

HAVE MERCY ON YOUR PLEDGES FOB HOUSEPARTY WEEKEND _fo get a good wax finish on your dance floor, use our _quality products of Old English Wax -* College Hardware Co PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 406E _ State College _Inframurals iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini FOOTBALL Second round play in the fraternity league of the intramural football tournament continued with four games being played last night. In the first contest, Kappa Sigma defeated Delta Tau Delta by virtue of a pass interception and a fifty yard runback following the interception. The score was 6 to 0. "fhe extra point was the difference between victory and defeat as the Sigma Epsilon nine eked out a close 7 to 6 win over Beta Theta Phi. Long passes by the winners featured the game. The Alpha Zeta's swamped Phi Epsilon Pi by a 24 to 6 count. The runn...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 November 1941

Enjoy The Shuffle Rhythm of Jan _Savitf and The Top Hitters MAY MIGHT SOPH HOP !!! *^ _^_a_^._a ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ^^^ ¦ _» ¦ ¦ ... • Formal • Dancing 9 to 2 • RecHall Tickets _*on Sale Friday at A. A. Window Present Thespians DIUIffiESSAYSii 2Vok_« she can understand the play "The Male Animal;" her boy friend has been-beastly. Schwab m. Auditorium IFira. & Sal Nov.'I & 8 Mm0_& Of Cmrse, You Want To Look ''ftl'^_f row Best i_^_il FW-HOUSEPARIY • - .' CJullTLJ1_^ _rowDEH Call 2201 For Appoinimenis _Ksifflntieiil 1,. Bflufdhinsoin Fair _iuairgess Sponsored by _Cxtiieaas * Gobi mittee for Better Local Government New Independent Group Senators Name Refuses To Join Philotes Tea Committees _BMOC's To Vie for Aim to Organize All Voting for King Dogpatch wl will be crowned Daisy Mae's ide at the Spinster Skip in White Ha! November 15 starts at Student Ui ion and the Corner Room at noc today. Dance tickets priced at $1.10 a. now avai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

Yougel Holds Slight Lead, Incomplete Returns Indicate UNCHAPERONED MIXED DRINKINGBANNED Cabinet Approves Accounting Pirn Williasn _Bafkin Wins Ceiiegian Grid Contest Leon Gajecki Enrolls in Defense Program Leon J. Gajecki '41, Perm State's All-American center last season, is one of 133 men and women enrolled in the College's engineering defense training, program at Tamaqua. Gajecki, who graduated last June after majoring in fuel technology, registered for a course in chemistry of engineering materials. He is employed as a chemist at a powder company near Tamaqua. • As captain of the Nittany Lions' grid team last season, Gajecki leached the peak of an illustrious football career and was selected to play in the annual East-West game in California. The Tamaqua program in which Gajecki enrolled is one of 114 centers in which the extension services of Penn State have set up defense training courses. '.Eleven men and one coed shared honors in last week's Daily Collegian footba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

Thespians Present _DGS.GRES SMS She understands _ivhy Shakespeare said, "AJl the world is a stage and all the men and women actors." Guys are always making _plaija for Babes. Fri, & Sat. Schwab Nov. 7 & 8 7 p. in. '. _Mitorhim ouse rarty _^UttJti tj \J G0rsa2.es ..«.sV_^ _«ZJ Glennland »2_S» WOLFE TUFLORISI James _EF ¦ ¦ w — — _II_1_S DAILY _COUEGlMi "For A Boiler Penn _Siatr" E'lnlvli-hc'l l_'.iii_'. S_>: i'. -...•• •,. i!u- I'i-i . .. _^ :.y, IVl_'i :i-.".. i. _. . _-<l;il.ii-<h-'l l!Mlt. line! I'i> l-'n i l,nt:i,. ,-tulili .hi'ii lc --7. _I _' lll'li-i"_.1 _'! d;\i!v _i:. ..l']_'! S.ir:!::y mill M"Mu:iy in_._iin_^ 1'v.' _rcrulur o,(,ii. _u.- w.-ir !.;. I]... _s'_.u._lciu (if TIh- FYnn:-. vl,ani_,i Blnli C<illir<\ Knii-iv_,! u_* Himiil-i-l'i-. ini.lt i .luly i'..1M1 lit lliu I'ust-'iffii-i' i,t K'.iili' CiiIIcki-, Pa., under tin- iii-l if M:ii\-h f. _IST'J. Editor _^ ..,_™_, . Bus. and Adv. Mgr_, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

V 5f only- 2 days to get your haircut for houseparty MARTIN RREAMER COLLEGE AVENUE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1941 •'FRUITS ® _VEOETABLES ® FLOWERS SCOTT MARKETS Corners Allen-Beaver Sis. Opposite Posi Office 25 Fraternities Hold Dances Friday; Compete With Soph Hop Twenty-five fraternity groups will compete with Soph Hop Friday night by holding dances in their houses. Fourteen fraternities, as well as two IMA units, will stake traditional Houseparty dances Saturday night. The dance programs are as follows: Acacia and Lambda-Chi Alpha At Lambda Chi Alpha Friday night in a closed; formal dance. At Acacia Saturday in an informal closed dance. . Johnny Martin's orchestra-featured ' • both -nights. Alpha Chi Hhb and Alpha Gamma Rho At AGB' on Friday night in a closed formal dance. At Alpha Chi ¦Rho on Saturday night in an informal closed dance. Mark Hilborn_'s, orchestra • playing both nights: " Alpha Chi Sigma A formal, dance Friday night, invitation - ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

HOUSEPARTY WEEK-END Meet Your Friends Al McLAKAHAN Fountain and Tabh Service Plenty of Room Good Food Immaculately Clean Johnston's Hot Fudge Sundae—20c Sweet Cream Caramel Fudge Sundae—20c McLANAHANS DRUG STORE 124 S. Allen Phone 341 JUST LIKE NEW! « When they're _^cleaned by our special Process. f- _^_tf_^_Plls ffiik _^ _Lrtg_^fiiiilm <a _^T* W _^ ¦ CALL 2331 NOW AND HAVE DELIVERY BEFORE HOUSEPARTY State College Dry Cleaning Works 1004 W. College Ave Fisburn Discusses 'Boys In Blue' Every minute that Penn State's famous Blue Band spends on display is preceded by an hour's work, according to Prof. Hummel Fishbum, bandmaster of the faststepping "boys in blue" since 1939, "The Band's soldier-like precision—as you call it—is practically inherited," . Fishbum began with a smile. "You see, way back in 1914 the band was organized by W. O. Thompson, a former bandmaster in the United States Army. In fact," he added, "we were known as the Cadets ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

tin anas om fo.. the any to for egiai CLASSIFIEDS : COMPLETE SPORT MS : CAMPUS MEWS at only $2.50 Art Gallery Will Show Sculpture Exhibition Bronze, wood, stone and metal art work will be included in the sculpture exhibition to be placed on display in the College Art Gallery, 303 Main Engineering, tomorrow to be on view until November 26. ' , Originating from the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the show is entitled "Fifteen American Sculptors." Included among the artists whose work is represented are John B. Flannagan, Concetta Scaravaglione, Franc Epping, and Cham -Gross. This is the first sculpture exhibition to be shown on campus since 1937. Francis E. Hyslop, assistant professor of fine arts, calls it the "most important gallery show of the semester." Cabinet Okays Frosh Election Code The complete freshman election code as approved by the All-College Cabinet last night has been released" by Jerome H. Blakeslee '43, 'chairman of the Freshman Elections...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

Printing For Ali Occasions Dance Programs Show Cards ¥ _Sfoa'tionery Letterheads - Circulars •_f Tickets NITT A M V Printing & Publishing Co 119 South Frazier St. Dial 4868 115 S. Frazier Phone 741 < _# m C7 n nothing takes the place-of quality Experience proves that 6 You taste the quality of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Again and again you enjoy the charm of its delicious taste...and its cool, clean after-sense of complete refreshment. Thirst asks nothing more. _* _Z > 5* BOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA In Slate College - Call 3919 You trust its quality run line IN FRESH 4 FROZEN FISH and Iniramurali Bitter _Frillt FOf The _LiOIIS One of the most talented Orange ball carriers on the Syracuse eleven is Tommy Maines, driving left halfback. He may turn out to be a piece.of bitter fruit for the Lion, secondary defense. Maines, recovering from last year's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

Morningslar Bread is fine ¦or every purpose. II makes sandwiches thai are pleas->"_3 in taste and _al the same iim© nourishing. And if you want crisp loasl lhal farily _^ molts in your mouth this is the loaf for you. MORNING STAR, TRUWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE ' r_<_3§ MORNINGSTAR \^!S> _SJT Wpm_&_Zs, '' "" i ' GLORIA and BARBARA BREWSTER asf' -A t £ jw §. s Popular twins _SjV* _^ h - _f i , m< _*_*. >_r w f- ' (4- JBk , <* v*< _. _is of stage and screen > I V, <§_fefc\^;f ' _^ s _^ _« § To_^ _^the one _atd _vfy ._*6 * _m* Satisfies- *™ _^ cigafette •*•«»« ^*_fe» _ft> *&/ s" .u.bert froto o km these b To _^_iom _T urUeV • • to give Chesterfield th w _wwit %_* > The Milder Better-tasting Cooler-smoking _cigarette Copyti-jlu IC_'_U_, I._wjtTt & _Mvuup 'l\m\eco Cs Pit! X-C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1941

9 REC HALL • DANCING 9 TO 2 • FORMAL • TICKETS S3.85 _Lcmuvs Duplicated from Broken Pieces EXPERT REPAIR WORK Prompt Service -k Or. Eva S. _Stoan East College Avenue Opp. Atherton Hall. _yH "if I?7 , * o j}* _N "The -Slokowski 08 Swing" M SAVITT _owd his TOP HATTERS © FOUR TOPPERS © ALLAN OE WITT SOPH HOP jie ne. « DUNNE • MONTGOMERY ' A Univenat Pictuia , t with _PRESTONffiQSJrER —Added-i-, .' "tr The March of _Hpime "Thumbs Up/ Texas" _^_wj S_^_Sra_^_Si_^l^^^^_2®^w_5 Shows at 1:30, 2:00. 6:30. .8:30 Senate Coed Drinking Plan Upset By Cabinet Voting Unchaperoned Mixed Drinking Forbidden All-College Cabinet last night overthrew potential WSGA Senate action regarding coed drinking_, by voting unanimously that WSGA accept Dean Charlotte E. Kay's proposal which forbids coeds from drinking in surrounding community and madhouses. Senate yesterday had formulated plans to refer a proposal, permitting women students over 21 years of age ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1941

¦ J _M Grant Releases Glee Club Rosier For Broadcast Richard. W. Grant, head of the _department of music, _yesterday announced the new roster for the Glee-Chili.' " . ¦' . ' . ' ' ' . Friday-night the club .will be featured over.radio station KDKA iriPertn State's annual Fall broadcast. " The. following Friday they will conduct a concert in Schwab Auditorium as part of the First A-hnual Pennsylvania School: Music /Association Conference. The following students comprise the Glee Club: First Tenor-_^- Jaraes W. Beach '43, Robert ' K. Cochran '43,: Irwin K. Curry '43, Arden W. Emerick '42, James Fartell '45, Alfred _^E. Flowers. _; '43, ¦ R aymond Fortunato' '45, Allen Glaskin '43, Frank W. Goss- '42_i Harold W, " _Hablett '42, M. William Lundelius '43, Edward Roberts '44, Henry _;F. Simon '43, Sydney M. Swarfz '43, Henry H. Wenger '44. Second Tenor—Donald C. Basney: '43, Boyd A. Bell '42, William F; Christpffers '437~0. Garth-Dietrick '42. Leonard Dileanis ''45, _Alfred R. Gil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1941

KEELER'S in the Cathmmi Theatre Eidg _^s i giV_^W^":_^P_%0^^^ _P^^^^_M_^>' for Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties Arrow Underwear at Chares _b ellow Shop FIRST CALL _o_4 _O* Place orders now for your personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Large Selection, Price begin ai $1.00 for 50 ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS i_^£_^ Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER AE&OW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR CAMPUS CALENDAR SELECTED BROADCASTS TODAY Final tryouts for one-act plays will be held at the Hillel Foundation at 7:30 p. m. The '43 Independent party meeting, originally scheduled for 318 Old Main, has been postponed until Tuesday. . Grange meeting, 405 Old Main, 7 o'clock. All candidates for inU tiation must attend. Pre-Med Society will meet in 109 Home Ec building at 8 p. m. PSCA Seminar will meet in the Hugh Beaver Room, Old Main, at 7 p. m. Dr. G. W. Groff will speak. Freshman Council committees oh membership, entertainment and program will meet in 304 Old Main at 7 p. m. PSC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1941

For Houseparty —A Good Place To Shop For FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES and FROSTED FOODS—is— McKEE'S Market "If It Grows We Have It" Phone 4921 131 W. Beaver Ave Place Orders Early For Best Selections PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop HI «you heed _<a stout shoe , < here if is. Winter weight grained calf. Tough to the weather but easy on the foot •—plus Double Soles. *t s I * *> Si MS W $5.00 To I $7.50 FREiMAN a WORN WITH PRIDE BY, _MflUQNS _t~ Frosh X-Counlry Team Meets Cornell Saturday The freshman cross-country team will meet the Cornell frosh harriers on Saturday, Coach Bob Grieve announced last night. The meet was originally scheduled for last Saturday, but an error had the Ithacans slated for two meets, and since the Nittany Lions were carded after the first match, the meeting was postponed. The yearlings are undefeated so far. % vffc jj ^^Ifflyt _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1941

JAN SAVITT His T O HATTERS and _shuffu mm SOPH HOP FRIDAY Thorntons Present Whrfs Coming Off? _ro©ilJII!E$SM$ii _aGe&y here U is &nly _mne more day to the Thenpiau Show, mnd II still d&n'i have a date; hid I _wmtft miss tkir_* show even if I have to go by myself v_* _IFni&Sat Schwab Mo v. 1 & 3 1 |p. im_. Auditorium (rS'flELDS'' (FUNNIEST FlifIA ..(.and funniest i&& _^ ._Jumstemt . in ', , Gloria lean _Sq?c!i & _Bufjd Anne Motile m m < ¦!V-V f- - _^mm Shows, at l:3Q.i 3:00; 6:30 mm _i§ Mm IMrtiii Action WSGA Senate's action regarding -All-College Cabinet's mixed drinking recommendation will be decided next week, according to Jean Babcock '42, WSGA president. In view of WSG-A's subordination to All-College Cabinet, the )-ule will probably be accepted. Miss Babcock stated that since Die rule applies to all College coeds, town , and _Bellefonte -women are inc...

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

Henson Clarifies IFC Dating Code Thomas J. L. Henson, _president of Interfraternity Council, clarified the relationship of the nomixed-drinking legislation passed by All-College Cabinet to the IFC dating code last night, and stated that the code will be enforced. "It should be understood that IFC disapproves and will investigate conduct in fraternities at any time if such conduct would be injurious to the reputation and good standing of fraternities at Penn State," Henson emphasized. • Henson pointed out that the dating code, approved by the Senate Committee on Student Welfare and the Interfraternity Council, covers only unchaperoned guests. Any violations will be dealt with according to the dating code, he said. He 'said that Cabinet's ruling supplements the IFC code, and that the two regulations do not conflict with each other. To prevent violation of the code through ignorance of the contents, copies will be available for fraternity presidents at' Student Union today. PSCA ...

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

After Toe _7_TS THE CORNER UNUSUAL DOLORES SAYS: Gee, I finally got a date. What if I did have to buy his ticket; THE THESPIAN SHOW is always worth twice the money you nay. Fri. & Sat. 1 n. m. Auditorium Nov. 7 & 8 Schwab Earl Kennedy Organist Adrin Nolfi Vocalist _iFOgi JtlOlbr&tl LIQUOR 6 £. Bishop St. Bellefonte, Pa Eugene H. Lederer I E3EAL ESTATE 114 E. Beavei Ave. Dial 4066 State College IE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Setter Penn Slate" G._>Ubli.-rK<i 1940. i?_ucco?'-or to thr- Fenr. St."v_^.' C-<_Ke;r;a:-.. _establish?.! 1904. and the- _Frco Lnnc_*. e.;t.'.blHh?-i 1837. Publi'-licd daily c-_'-:cep_*: Sunday a:\-j M->_rJny 'i._irir.p _tfr_* >-<;r/_r,lar Colic*.: yo.-u- 1>;- thv students o£ The Pennsylvania _^_tala _College. I-'_._uter'.-.i r.? _sec>_.nd-das:- _matter July 5, U?_:)_-'_- nt the Posl-oCCi_« tit Str.t-j CVUer-v. Pa., undor thr act D-' March S. 1879. Editor ...

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

JAN SAVITT His TOP HATTERS • BON BON Tickets on Sale © ALLAN DE WITT Today at A. A. Office Price $3.85 DANCING 9 to 2 RECHALL ormal s The Night Tonight Soph Hop he Demands The Best TREAT YOUR HOUSEPARTY DATE TO THE BEST IN FOOD at the Hotel Brockerhoff "on the diamond" BELLEFONTE, PENNA VISIT OUR COCKTAIL LOUNGE On The Second Floor For Houseparty enjoyment • SIZZLING STEAKS • ITALIAN SPAGHETTI •BAR-B-QUE Cross Road Restaurant 5 Miles East of State College on Route 2 r - VK255* .« • Buy- yourself The University Gal)—a brand new LEE Water-Bloc* that costs only $5. You're in one of the smoothest hats you ever wore (with matching gabardine hand and brim binding) . .-. you're in style with your hat and in clover wilh the gals! - . . 4 / \ ft-- _fc'^l_^ J_^P_1 _* * LEE H AT S 358 Fifth Avenue, New York * Rag. U.S. Pat. Off DIAL 842 Hillside Ice & Storage Company Headquarters foi • NEWSPAPERS • MAGAZINE...

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

" ffH* By Dajhl.il _Hammatt_, •fflfc. Im au,hor .0 _' 'Th,n _Mon'l a warner bros. hit, with GLADYS GEORGE • ¦ PETER LORRE peg BARTON MacLANE-LEE PATRICK-SYDNEY GREENSTREET ' Directed by JOHN HUSTON _Ww Screw Play by iota Hwfon • _Uoiad Upon a Navel bv _Daihfclt HammtN * A Wam_»r 8_rot.*Fint National Pk*vr« ¦ ~\\_r /\»/_T?J/iil*!/77l»/_t J/tlAft . in par|o'_tmancs, in'd jictota-SnMDIl COtDWYM U"_*. ' Betle Davis _prW5 l|f J-"* . _HERBERT t? KUffiSHftW _^_wy f _ij_^ y^^^ Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 i rnnsv ¦ ' cat _ *_jtcvm if _~ ' ' _~ '' •" ' i "* wm men mm Pest House _wmmwrn "Southwest of Ofrf Main" 146 No. _Afkrtoi Sit State _Cwllege, Pa _See _/# — Our Menu's Gome Collegiate — See It Hold That Line ! (M not your waist line) The New Greyhound Post House Invites You and Your Guests lo Visit and Enjoy Our Weekend Cweis To Give /I Scholarships Four $50 scholarships taken from dance proceeds will be (_iwarded to sophomore women at the a...

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