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Act of October 3, 19~7, </p><p>authorize'lClIX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;OO-IX&gt;IX&gt;CH:!IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;IX&gt;!Xl Lined C'oa t - $8.90 </p><p>They arc ou t of the ordinary </p><p>JACOBS COSTUME SHOP 10 "esl !\lain Phone 77 </p><p>0 N E </p><p>s s :&amp; x SPEEDABOUT </p><p>FOR THE BEST D RAWIN G </p><p>in black and. white, by any undergraduate artist, submitted to C0llccre Humor hdore J1nuary 15, 192S. "' </p><p>$2.'0 GRUE PRECISJQ, the late. t PaiaJ!ll model best Jra w!llg. ' </p><p>WATCH, for second </p><p>$1,000 I EUGENE DIETZGE ' DRAWING I~STRU 1E , 'TS drawing sets, tabks and other arrists: supphc , the finest manufactured anJ 76 other pri:cs. ' </p><p>C MPLETE DETAILS of this nation-\\ide search for n.:\v artists in the D.:cem-ba College Humor on sale O\'ember 2nd. A brilliant art1ck on Princeton, by F. 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