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The Jambar : November 18, 1932

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dc.identifier.citation Vol. 3 No. 5 en_US
dc.description.abstract Don Grant was appointed editor of the 1933 Wye-Collegian by the Student Council. An editorial is written about the importance of cooperation between The Jambar and Student Council for the good of the students. The Student Council members again barred a representative of The Jambar from council meetings. Annual Turkey Day Dance is set for November 23 with the Ray Higgins' orchestra providing the music. Youngstown college hoopsters will play most of their games on local boards according to the 1932-1933 schedule. The Student Council has refused to pay $30 for copies for the play, "Once in a Blue Moon," causing a possible stop to the production. The Jambar questions why Youngstown college doesn't have a football team. Leonard Skeggs left the college this week. A column is dedicated to him in this edition.The Jambar questions why the Student council has taken no action yet for a used book store for students. Plans for presentation of radio programs and a light operetta are being considered by members of the Girls' Glee club. Employment for ten or fifteen college students in department stores during the Christmas rush is seen by Miss Elsie Louise Mann, employment secretary. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : November 18, 1932 en_US
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