Leads Pitt Cindermen - Harold Stickel, one of the
nost brilliant track stars in University of Pittsburgh his-
ory, will coach as well as compete with the Panther
'eam this Spring. He supplants Coach Carl Olson, now
3 physical instructor in the Navy. Acme
Lured Onto the Cinder Paths by balmy,
Spring weather four Monticello College
students start out on a bike-hike. Left to
right are: Edna Burruss, Barbara Burruss,
Catherine Stockton and Polly Kuby. Acme
Thanks A Million!
Associated Collegiate Press and Col-
legiate Digest .are proud of way in
which participating colleges put over
the recent National Bond Queen
Contest. Hundreds of thousands of
dollars worth of, War Bonds and
Stamps were sold as a result of the
interest this contest inspired.
Our thanks will be echoed a mil-
lion times by the boys who'll benefit
by your work and investments.
The next two issues of Collegiate
Digest will feature winners of the con-
test. They are all gorgeous . . . watch
for them. Meantime, don't slack up in
your purchase of War Bonds
Size Makes Little Difference when it comes to student body of-
ficers at Arizona State Teachers College, Tempe. At left is Bill Ward,
vice-president, who is six feet, five inches tall, while under his arm
stands four foot ten inch Merrill Tyler, q whiz at accounting and
figures who takes care of all student body funds. Photo by Baker
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faking Up Sunshine while awaiting the tennis
tructor, this class of University of Arizona co-eds
esent a picture of mixed expressions. Girl at the
t is unquestionably not in a mood for tennis.