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Local Cupid

Seeger To Appear Here
Inter-Arts Union will sponsor Singer Seeger, who also lays
a concert of folk music by interna- Snh e , e dw oralsf;ny
tioall faousPetr Sege, Fbthe banjo, is noted for his fine
tionally famous Peter Seeger, Feb. renditions of foreign and domestic
24, at 8:30 p.m., in Slauson School folk songs and ballads.
Auditorium. Inter-Arts Symposium will fea-
The Student Covernment Coun- ture plays, dances, music, art, and
cil-approved concert is to raise poetry, and fiction readings. All
funds for an Inter-Arts Sym- phases of the program are created
posium, to be held in May. and executed by students.
Organization Notices
American Institute of Architects: Saturday morning Sabbath services,
Student' Chapter will meet, Feb. 20, 9:00 a.m., Hillel.
4:00 p.m., Rm. 246, Architecture Bldg. Student Zionist Organization Execu-
* * * tive meeting, Feb. 19, 4:30 p.m., Hillel.
East Quad Radio Club: WCBN-EQ-- Student Zionist Organization, Feb.
There will be an organizational meet- 19, 7:00 p.m., Hillel, Bernard Lazarwitz
ing for all members of the East Quad will speak on The Effects of Present
radio station on Feb. 18 at 10:30 a.m. Population Shifts on Egypt and Israel.
in the Benzinger Library downstairs in Student Zionist Organization will
East Quad. This is an imprtant meet- sponsor Israeli folk dancing, Feb. 19,
ing and everyone must attend if pos- 7:00 p.m., Hillel.
sible. Anyone who has not auditioned Sunday night Supper Club, followed
by has some interest iq radio should by record dance, 6:00 p.m., Hillel.
attend to get an idea of the station's * , *
operation. To be a staff member you 11 Sircolo Italiano: Meeting, tonight,
need notlive in East Quadrangle. 8:00 p;m., Aud. A, Angell Hall; the
* * *film, Cristo Prohibito or Strange De-
Episcopal Student Foundation: In- ception will be shown, No charge for
formal open house for all Graduate stu- admission to members.
dents, tonight, 8:00 p.m., Canterbury
House. **
Student Choir rehearsal at St. An- Lutheran Student Association: Party
drew's Church, Feb. 18, 1:00 p.m. tonight, 8:00 p.m., Lutheran Student
** * Center, Forest and Hill streets,
Hillel Foundation: Friday evening , n H
Sabbath services followed by Oneg Shab- Wesleyan Guild: "Leap Year Party,"
batt, 7:15 p.m., Hillel. Feb. 18, 8:00 p.m., Wesley Lounge.

By Peter Song
T'S SOOOOOOOO BIG-Girls of Jordan Dormitory were pleas-
ntly surprised early this week when a giant 7'x9' Valentine was
elivered.. Constructed of wood, paper, and colorful ribbons it
as decorated with a red border and white lace. Red ribbon's
At on a pink background neatly balanced the centered heart.
ave Gerarduzzi, '58E, sent the "card" to Ruth Spitale, '57.
ngenuity? Indeed!

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Your favorite shoe for
Campus, Phys. Ed., or just taking
it easy! White and Navy.
Now available in narrow widths.

NOW AVAILABLE for free loan to
student A.S.M.E. chapters and other col-
lege groups, a 16-mm. sound-color movie,
"Mechanical Engineering at Du Pont."
For further information about obtaining
thisfilm; write to E. I.du Pont de Nemours
& Co. (Inc.), 2521 Nemours Building,
Wilmington 98, Del.
REG. U.s. PAT. Off
GETTER THINGS FOR BETTER LIVING ... THROUGH CHEMISTRY
WATCH "DU PONT CAVALCADE THEATER" ON TV

Students selected for the program after campus inter-
views include candidates for the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.
degrees. Assignments are related to their academic inter-
ests. Last summer 270 students from 93 institutions
participated in the program. In this way, ties areaoften
established which can lead to permanent employment
after graduation.
In addition, many other students are hired directly
by individual Company wnits to help out during vaca-
tion periods of our regular employees. For this "vacation
relief work," assignments are likely to be varied; but
these students also gain valuable insights into industrial
practice, and many acquire experience related to their
fields of study.
Altogether, about 750 college students, from both
technical and nontechnical fields and at all levels of
training, obtained experience with us during the summer
of 1955. So you can readily see, Dave, that the Du Pont
Company attaches a lot of importance to summer jobs
for college students.

Sizes 3 to 1'
"Keds are washable"

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306 SOUTH STATE

HEY, SLOW DOWN! WATCH THESE LUCKY DROODLES!

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world's most famous
skyscraper
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QUICK WAY TO BETTER TASTE: It's illustrated
in the Droodle above, titled: Lucky smoker
opening fresh pack. (He's merely doing away
with a little red tape.) Better taste is what
he's after, and better taste is what he'll get.
Luckies taste better, you see, because they're
made of fine tobacco . . light, mild tobacco
that's TOASTED to taste better. Break out
a pack of Luckies yourself. You'll say Lucky
Strike is the best-tasting cigarette you ever smoked!
DROODLE§, Copyright 1953 by Roger Price

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