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The Jambar : February 27, 1953

Show simple item record 2011-01-29T21:14:21Z 2019-09-03T18:19:30Z 2011-01-29T21:14:21Z 2019-09-03T18:19:30Z 1953-02-27 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Vol. 25 No. 9 en_US
dc.description.abstract Dana Opera, "The Chocolate Soldier," is now playing in the C. J. Strousse Auditorium. Coed Named 1953 Pan-Hel Sweetheart is Miss Janie Olsavsky. Funeral services were held in Struthers, Feb. 16, for Byron Pittman, former Youngstown College grid star, who was killed in Korea last November. John Tod, noted Youngstown industrialist and philanthropist, died Feb. 14. He was one of the largest contributors to Youngstown College's million dollar library. YoCo Coed loses her battle to be named "co-Queen" of the Ohio Sesquicentennial by a judges' mistake. Former Youngstown College student, Ralph Goldston, was rated No. 35 in individual rushing in the National Football League. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : February 27, 1953 en_US
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