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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1949

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Today's Programs

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Music-3 p.m. WKMH, WUOM
-N. Y. Philharmonic, Leopold Sto-
kowski conducting Shumann's Vio-
lincello Concerto; Pierre Fournier,
guest soloist; Maurice Evans, in-
termission guest.
Drama-8:30 p.m. WWJ-The-
atre Guild: "The Traitor" with
William Eythe and Nina Foch.

TOMORROW
Music-8 p.m. WWJ-Railroad
Hour: "The Great Waltz" with
Jarmila Novotna.,
9 p.m. WWJ-Telephone Hour:
Jussi Boerling, guest.
Drama-10 p.m. CBS-TV-Stu-
dio One: "The Husband" with
Margaret Phillips.

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..with ROZ VIRSHUP

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:

Pajamas, Ps Geigers Gain Spotlight

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NYLONI
BED AC KETS
. . . for a more feminine you
Practical elegance in wonderful Luxite nylon tricot
to mantle your shoulders . . . make your boudoir
days cheery and fashionable. So lovely, so easy
to care for, so long wearing.

The realm of Radioland is very
real to at least part of the listener
audience.
Heroes and heroines who step
off the airwaves to live as bona-
fide people to their fans are indi-
cated by the flood of letters of con-
gratulation and advice, wedding
presents and financial assistance
which swamp the radio studiot
each year.
* * *
RESPONSES to the comedy
"Life with Luigi" prove that the
Italian immigrant protagonist has
quite a number of people "living
with" him.
Paquale, who paid Luigi's pas-
sage to America has been leading
a hard-fighting campaign to mar-
ry his daughter Rosa off to Luigi.
Despite these attempts Luigi has
stood firm in his bachelorhood.
But now he seems to be weaken-
ing.
His consideration of marriage
to Rosa has brought forth some
of the following advice.

will save maybe $1,200 a year mar-
rying Rosa. But you lose some-
thing worth more. Your freedom!"
* * *
STILL ANOTHER plea was
more direct and to the point. The
letter writer, who describes him-
self as a "tired, fat, business man
who has your interest at heart"
says:
"Now, about Rosa. Be very care-
ful. Her dad will rope you in,
sure as sure. You have been clever
so far. I have an idea. Tell Rosa
to reduce first. Then tell her to
reduce again. This may save you
for several years."
War Song Won Medal
"Over There," most popular
World War I song, won for com-
poser George Cohen the Congres-
sional Medal df Honor-in 1940.
Dirt That's Worth It

By DAVE THOMAS
At some schools the administra-
ion frowns on such unconven-
tional functions as fraternity pa-
jama races, but a more lenient
'v on the question of minimum
attire seems to prevail at UCLA.-
- Ds art of the week-long Home-
coming festivities a pajama street
dance was given one weekday,
iiht. Pajamas were also to be
worn to classes for the two days
preceeding the dance, according to
the "Daily Bruin," student paper.
* * *
MORE SERIOUS business is
afoot at Cornell where a member
of the faculty has installed a
Geiger counter some two thousand
feet under the shore of Cayuga
Lake, in an old salt mine shaft.
There, far below Cayuga's
waters, he expects to find out
interesting bits about such
things as cosmic rays.
We understand the glee club is
in revolt.
A HEARTBROKEN University
of Pittsburgh coed has at least re-
ceived an apology from film star

Van Johnson, for a blighted date.
It seems that three years ago the
young lady won a week end date
with the actor on a now-defunct
quiz show.

Van, however, never showed
up for the date.
He hoped sincerely in his con-
soling letter to the coed, that
newspaper reports that the two
of them had had a "pfftt" was
untrue, however.
, * * *
COEDS AT Syracuse University
were in the dog house after a

brush with the principles of biol-
ogy.
It happened like this:
A retired police chief revealed
that he had received a frantic
call from adwoman's dormitory
claiming that there was an ex-
pectant dog on the front porch
of the dorm which needed im-
mediate attention.
Officials from the society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to ani-
mals rushed to the scene with
their sirens going full blast. They
found a male dog.
AT OHIO STATE where foot-

ball tradition rules the roost, the
student paper complained that in-
different students were not paying
due reverence to the grove of
Buckeye trees which were planted
to commemorate the school's first
football team.
The student body was too busy
to pay much heed to the idola-
tors plea, however. They were in
the midst of a strenuous cam-
paign to determine the ugliest
man on campus for local benefit.
Coeds claimed that there was lots
of material about.

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Down-and-outers in gold rush
days lived on gold dust sifted from
gambling house sweepings.

Embroidered nylon a p p l i q ue
sprinkle the ruffle collar. Shirred
ruffle push up sleeves. Sheer
nylon in Ballet Blue, Waltz
Pink. Small, medium, large.
$6.95

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"Don't marry Rose! It's not
that she isn't the girl for you but
that it takes time to be sure you
marry the right one.
"Pasquale is trying to talk you
into this too fast. Don't listen to
him. Make up your own mind!"
ANOTHER BEGS: " . . but
don't marry Rosa. We get so scar-
ed. You're an American now and
Americans take plenty of time
to make up their own minds. It
wouldn't be right to rush into
this. Maybe you'll marry Rosa
later, when you know her better.
But not yet, Luigi. You're still
young!"
A third listener takes a dif-
ferent approach but arrives at
the same conclusion: "Pasquale
will try to prove to you that
you'll save money on your in-
come tax by marrying Rosa.
"Don't believe him. I figure you
Legal Double Parking
Some 1,700 cars can be stored
under San Francisco's Union
Square.

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wools
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corduroy
Skirts
Skirts with slimming ways in
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Clever campus wear . . . corduroy

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vests and jackets in red,
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Better blouses in crepe, wool jer-
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SALE 9"
SALE $498

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