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I ’ Friday, March 31, 1944 T H E BUFFALO BEE PAGE ONE Have a Coca-Cola=Kia Ora (GO OD LUCK) or sealing friendships in New Zealand Kia ora, says the New Zealander to wish you well. Have a \Coke” is the way the Yank says it and he’s made a friend. I t says Welcome neighbor from Auckland to Albuquerque. 'Round the globe, (^ca-C ^ la stands for the pause that refreshes,—hoa become the hig h - s ig n betw e e n friendly-m inded people. So, o f course, Coca-Cola belongs in your icebox at home. BOniED UNDER AUTHO Rny OF THE COCA-COLA COMFANY IT BUFFALO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CORPORATION It’s natu ral for popular names CO acquire friendly abbrevia* cions. That’s why you hear CocB'Cola called ’’Coke”. BUFFALO Slarting FRIDAY! WALLACE MARJORIE DOROTHY BEERY * MAIN « MORRIS “RATIONING” Plus — WARREN WILLIAM and ANN SAVAGE, in “PASSPORT TO SUEZ” * » SHEA’S -r ¥ GREAT lAKES HELD OVER 2nd BIG WEEK! Starting SATURDAYI BETTY HUTTON EDDIE BRACKEN — In “THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN’S CREEK” Plus — March of Time’s “SWEDEN’S MIDDLE ROAD\ ★ SHEA S ★ HIPPODROME starting SATURDAYI NELSON EDDY CHARLES COBURN CONSTANCE DOWLING — In — “KNICKERROCKER HOLIDAY” — Plua — “JEANNIE” with Michael REDGRAVE Artistic Floral Designs Our Specialty Re Wald, Florist f ( 1755 Genesee St. Phone HU 4880 ' We Deliver In City \ Read This Article Before Reading This Week’s Issue All Fools’ Day Produces “Bee” Issue With These Instructions Readers, take heed! ! 'romorrow ie the first day of April, or commonly known as All Fools’ Day, and still more commonly known as April Fools’ Day. Since today Is the day be­ fore tomorrow, the conclusion which can be drawn Is obvious. The BEE, wishing to m aintain its high standards Involving news­ paper journalism therefore Is ex­ ceedingly anxioue to issue a com­ plete and understandable state­ ment concerning the articles ap­ pearing In this, one of the noblest of issues. The statem e n t follows below. This issue of the Buffalo BEIE is hereby, therefore, thnsly, hence, and whereas NOT to be construed, misconstrued, inter­ preted, m isinterpreted, under­ stood, nor misunderstood as being a factual representation of the trne, veracious, actual, or exist­ ing state of affairs on campus. The BEE staff makes this state­ ment only because it fully real­ izes bow completely gullible, be- (Continued' on Page 2) i DANCE AND ALL STAR SHOW IN PERSON “The Sentimental Gentleman” TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA GENE KRUPA AT THE DRUMS featuring^ BOB ALLEN^ + BETTY BREWER + The Sentimentalists Saturday Night, April 8th MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM • TICKETS ON SALE AT DENTON, COTTIER A DANIELS AND MURRAY WHITEMAN’S SONG SHOP ADVANCE SALE $ 1 .50 plus tax — AT THE DOOR $2 Spring Is Just’Round The Corner— AND OUR SPORTING GOODS STOCK IS AT ITS PEAKI COME IN TODAYI Tnylor-Penders SPORTING GOODS 3133 B A IL E Y A V E . UN 3321 REMINDER! Those who are interested In applying for the Board of .Managers' Scholarships miiet fill out applications before Saturday, April 15, 1944. These applications may be secured from the Office of the Chair­ man of the Scholarship Com­ mittee, Edmund Hayes Hall 140. Undergraduate students In any School of the University of Buffalo are eligible. E ( >V7 >V7 I .1 ii-/ kv/1\'7 i v i ' K ' / f e i v / IV/ > 0 ' ii\< DV7Dv/iv/iv7»V/1tW NORTON UNION WILL BE CLOSED DURING EASTER VACATION BEGINNING AT 5 P.M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL E “ ‘Mr. Chips’ and his Wood­ land Neighbors\ (with slides). Is the topic of the lecture to be given by Prof. Albert R. Sbadle, bead of the Depart­ ment of Biology, on W ednes­ day evening, April 6th, a t 8:16. Prof. Shadle, who has spent many sum m ers at the Alle­ gany School of N atural History, Allegany State Park, and ban published numerous papers of animal life and anim al lore. APRIL FOOLS’ ISSUE

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