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4—The Daily Collegian Wedn
HAVE 'JOU EVER BEEN
` I PEPROGRAMME(2, II SIR?
day, November 9, 1977
IT'S TERRIBLE! MY
FAMILY 1.1 A 5 BEEN YELLING
AT ME ALL NIGHT.:.
'APPARENTLY IT'S ALL
RIGHT TO BELIEVE IN
SANTA CLAUS, BUT IT'S
WRONG ro BELIEVE IN
THE "GREAT GRAPE"
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GUY „YOU KNOW, JUST A
REGULAR PERSON, 6CES
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FORTRAIT A ,„„ R011:15,
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Genesis of exploration studied
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Group on space to meet
"Space Exploration: Past, Present
and Future" will meet for the last time
at 7:30 tonight in 233 Hammond.
"Evolution of Strategic Missies," an
updated look at the technology that
started space exploration, will be
The PSU Marine Science Society will
meet at 7: 30 tonight in 112 Walker
Building. A tour of the Applied Research
Lab will follow a discussion on electrons.
The film "If a Boy Can't Learn, Teach
Him" will be shown at 7:30 tonight at the
Westerly Parkway Jr. High School.
The sign-up for the Penn State
Organization for the Reform of
Marijuana Laws rolling contest will be
held today, tomorrow and Friday on the
HUB ground floor.
ONE HUNDRED EAST COLLEGE AVENUE
PSORML will meet at 8 tonight in 169
Women • United will meet at 7:30
tonight in 320 HUB. '
AWS will meet at 7 tonight in 323-4
HUB. Elaine Young will discuss
"Alternatives in Childbirth" at 8 p.m.
The Jazz Club will meet at 7:30 tonight
in 225 HUB.
The Earth and Mineral Sciences
Student Council will meet at 6:30 tonight
in 244 Deike.
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The College Republicans will hold
their last meeting of the term at 6 tonight
at 444 E. College Ave., room 570. The
past chairman will be present to discuss
the state organization.
Christman ' tree propogation will be
discussed at the Forestry Society
meeting at 7:30 tonight at Tau Phi Delta
Annette Heasley will speak at the
NAEYC meeting at 7:30 tonight in 108
Human Development Building.
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