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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1941

itt Jinx Nitfanymen Hope To Avenge Loss Suffered in 1940 By BOB SCHOOLEY As usual the Penn State Nittany Lion eleven will assume the role of the underdog when it tangles with the Pitt Golden Panthers in a determined effort to free itself from one of the biggest jinxes in college football in Pitt Stadium at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Not since 1919 have the Lions tasted victory flavored with Panther meat in the Smokey City. In that year it was Coach Bab Higgins who paced the Blue and White to triumph, 20-0, over Pitt- from his end post. The Panthers hold a sharp edge of victories as a challenge to the Lions. Twenty-four decisions were pinned on the wall by Pitt and the Lions have carried ollf 14. Two games ended in a tie. But the classic upset of the series which began in 1893 was recorded on New Beaver Field in 1939 when. Coach (Biggins' charges walked away with the contest, 10-0. Last season the game was again transferred to Pittsburgh iroid the Lions -were again beaten, 20-7,...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1941

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Bettat Penn Slate" _Established 1010. Successor to the _fcnn State _ColICKiaii. established I00<i, and the Free Lance, established 1887, Published dally except Sunday and Monday during tbo regular _Colleffe year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Utata CoUcbc. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934. nt the Post-oCfice at State College, Pa.„ under the act 3l March 8, 1070. Editor _^ma»_, Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 _'¦^_SP8 ' James McCaughey *4_S Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 818 Old _Mnin Bldp, 119-121 South _Prnzier St. Phqne . 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor--Jeanne C. Rl.iley '«_%; _MimnRlnrc Editor--tfUhrt A., liner.'42; Stiorl. ° Kclitor—A. I'nt _NnRclberR '42; lyeuture Editor—Willinm .1 McKnifrht '42; News Editor-Stanley J. PoKempner _MZ; Wumen'n Feature Editor—/lliee M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor— It. Helen Gordon M2. Credit MannKor—l'nul M. Roldhcr_/r '42: Circulation Mnniifirer—Thomas W. Allison M2 ; _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1941

Lauritz Melchior • • has been hailed not only as the greatest heroic tenoi of all time, but has been acclaimed as one cf the few who know how to sing lieder. Melchior will join the other waguif cent artists who make up the A7lists' Course • • 7 Nittany Harriers Sponsor Themselves In National Contest Climaxing a week of unprecedented school spirit , Penn State's cross-country team decided to make a 430-mile trip to the National Collegiate Cross-Country Run at East Lansing, Mich.—on its own. When the _harriers learned that the College could not sponsor a team at the nationals because of the financial difficulties involved, several of them decided to hitchhike to Michigan State. Seeing the display of spirit, Coach Chick Werner said he would supply the _transportation if the runners could pay the other expenses. And so, seven students , left State College at 1 p. m. yesterday to participate in the fifth annual meet on Monday. Five seni6rs are making the journey—Capta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1941

The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation mmm_, fredric march pP_^ mkm ha scout, W \ - ~» -_'.JilPl Hi1 * > _^_k&_S_^ffPlKli _? * }. jt i&« ;&s?^a Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:3 Necessary For 'Defense Work Women Vital In Defense Jobs Women are playing a new part in the nation's defense—the part of labor in defense industries. Women, according to federal reports, are helping to build Army and Navy dive bombers, high explosive shell fuses in government arsenals, and millions of rounds of machine gun and small arms ammunitions. Aircraft engine plants find women indispensible for inspecting and assembling intricate electrical instrument parts. Other jobs utilizing the feminine touch are aircraft factories where women cover oil lines, upholster pilot headrests, and spray paint. Hundreds of skilled women workers produce time fuses. Government reports reveal thai 'the number of women in a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1941

Wilhtfhree Markers ._'..: . • V •By PAT NAGELBERG ' • Sports Editor An inspired young 'Penn State _football team, lifted to its greatest performan&e of the year by three seniors, spotted an up and coming Pitt eleven one touchfeswnKfn the first-period and then Surned on'.the full power of its long stored vengeance to run roughshod over the Panthers, 31 to 7, in the Pitt Stadium Saturday. . More' than 33,000 spectators saw. the Lions upset all pre-game predictions, which established Pitt at a 2 to 1 favorite; to score their _iirst win in Pittsburgh since 1919. _, Behind 7 to 0 after Edgar (Special' Delivery) Jones sent the Smoky City fans into hysterics Movies of the Penn State-Pitt ga*ne, originally scheduled for this evening',''have been '¦ cancelled because _; of the extension of * the Thanksgiving vacation. As yet, ho " substitute date has been set for the 'showing of the movies. jwith: ei startling 43-yard touchdown jauntr-midway in the first period; the keyed up St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1941

For Peon State Club Talent Night combined with Talent Search red Allen's College F At Student Union Sign Up By 5:00 P November. 26 mi Ultimate winners will receive $200 00 and a _r<er Allen's Wednesdav sonai appearance Nigh! Show. Wednesday Dec, 3, .1942 on Fred 8:00-PAM. Schwab And including _Ticia? iax THE ;B.MLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established tMO. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1004, *nd the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during: tho regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Btnto _Collcne. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Font-office at State College, Pa., under the act _Df March 8, 1879. Edi,or _^sssSBfc Bus. and Adr. Mg*„ Ross Lehman '42 <*& !&» James McCaughey '42 Editnrinl and Business Office Downtown Office 813 Old Main Bldpr. 119-121 South Fvazicr St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeann...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1941

ically transferred be accepted up to 4181. to the 5:30 departure New reservations will 10:00 a. m. today. For further information call Wlfiielfj Il l _' _i a PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop HURRY £gi BACK!! *^* to PUCE YO_0R ORDER foi FRATERNITY JEWELRY foi L. G. Balfour Co. (In Charles' Fellow Shop) ¦ 109 S. Allen SI. _Booters To End Season At Penn After Owl Tie Thwarted in their attempt to snap back into the victory colftmn by a, 'Sensational Temple team which-battled -to a thrill-packed 0-0 deadlock Saturday, the Nittany Lioh~'booters will conclude their .season on the home grounds of an underdog Penn eleven tomorrow with an attempt to stretch their new winning streak to one consecutive game. In Saturday's grueling stalemate, which went four extra periods, Temple's clever team lived up to its advance rating as the toughest opponent on the Lions' schedule by flashing a smooth attack which narrow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1941

i :<m MIL BUIYOI Sufs {Mi lb M®ws) DECEMBEH 13 Is I late f in Gml line! ?i "Miss Tils ¥ew - Paul has attended every And He Says This Year s Dance Will Top Them Al! Music by the Dancing — — Price PENN STATE ARISTOCRATS INFORMAL $1.10 fax inc Between Courses •<m aft _yvmr Thanksgiving dinner, kiag your conversation around to the coming appearance by Rutin Draper, Mariana Anderson, Laurita Melchior, _amd the Rochester Philharmonic. 'We're simre the folks will get your point and make the small boost in yowr budget necessary for the purchase of a season ticket to the _194I..42 ... _^AfrilM3 L_^OM/_FAe important notice Schedule _Change M _Reduced StaM Round _Trlra Rai3ir®ad _Tsckets Lv. _Lewistown. Ax. Philadelphia Ar. New York 1:35 4:34 6:10 5:50 9:01 11:00 Money will be collected in Old Main, 1st Floor Lounge, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. today. ( Bans Connections Willi Be _AwaiSabSe Lion Quintet Will launch 1941-42 Season On Maniiy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1941

'45 mass Meeting Opens Campaign Freshman political soap-boxes will be mounted and machines set in motion for the week-long campaign immediately after the close of the compulsory freshman political mass meeting in 311 New Physics at 7 o'clock tonight at which party platforms will be introduced by Jerome H. Blakeslee '43, Freshman Elections Committee chairman. - Water W. Price CC) and Morris S. Friedman (I) , campaign chairmen, presented their platforms for approval last night to Blakeslee at a meeting of the Freshman Elections Committee. ¦ ~Blakeslee read the elections code and interpreted it lor the clique chairmen. He also received a list ""of the official nominees of each party. The campaign . will last one week, the final election scheduled in Old Main's first-floor lounge from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. December 10. Official candidates for office in each party to be introduced at tonight's mass meeting are: in the Campus party, M-. Clifford St. Clair, president; Robert E. Becker, vi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1941

A MUST!! for all collegians CLEAN NEAT CLOTHES PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 32G1 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1040. Successor to the Penn State Collpcinn, established 1904, and the Free Lnncc, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the refculnr ColleKe year by the students of The Pennsylvania Stole _College. 'Entered as occond-clnss matter July 6, 1934 nt the Post-office at State _College, Pu., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _^_ssres*^. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 "_^_ffiP _* James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 318 Old Main Bids. 119-121 South Frazior St. Phone 711 Phone 4:172 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '12; _Manmriiijr Editor—J91in A. Baor '42: Sports Editor—A. Pat _NnKelberR '42: Feature Editor—William J. _McKnmlit '42: News Editor—Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42 _; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon '42. Cred...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1941

Penn State In Portrait 1942,College Calendar An ideal Christmas Gift for all. Illustrating 14 beautiful poi traits of the campus. Suitable for framing. $1 Copy at Athletic Store or from student salesmen Krouse, Petre Get All-Star Three Seniors Shine Against South Caroline Though the 1941 Nittany Lion grid season is a matter of record, Captain Len Krouse, Pepper Petrella, and Bill Smaltz did not close their grid careers against South Carolina's Gamecocks last Saturday. Krouse and Smaltz have accepted bids to play a. game of tpssand-catch with the All-East gridders when they meet, the All-West squad in San Francisco on New Year's Day. Coaches Andy Kerr of Colgate and Bernie Bierman of Minnesota will pool their strategies for- the Eastern stars. Petrella has tentatively accepted a "feeler" invitation to play in the North-South grid fracus in _fylontgomery, Alabama, December 28. It was three senior Lion grid artists who led the Nittany- aittack against Sou'th Carolina and they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1941

All Out Tonight For Penn Stat© Club Talent NigM combined with Frees Allen $ College Talent Search Ultimate winners will receive $200.00 and a personal appearance on Fred Allen's Wednesday Night Show. Tonight 8:00 P. M. Schwab Aud Tickets 10c including tax _£iwv-/JLjX" _^ FOR _^mk-- -: Wsk _^ _^ ' i m ' okft V* DOROTHY McGUIRE . . . popular star of John Golden's hitplay"Claudia_," says Merry Christmas to her many friends with the cigarette that Satisfies. _•_vi : * am %k& m? _orn Its Chesterfield ... it's his cigarette and mine this year they're saying Merry Christmas with Chesterfields* _JTor your friends in the Service And for the folks at home ., ;'. , .' What better Christmas present Than these beautiful gift cartons Of 10 packs, 3 packs, or 4 tins of 50. INothing else you can buy ------Will give more pleasure for the money Buy Chesterfields For your family and friends Beautifully packed for C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 December 1941

College Debaters To Enter 4-Stafe Tourney Saturday v Four complete teams representing. Penn .; State will participate'(in the; -WesJininster College debate,tournament, Saturday, at New _^ ilmiiigton, competing with grp;_ups . representing schools from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virgjhj_&iV .-lV_¥b_^o_£- . . . ' . ¦ >><ffiie '; 'ques ' tipn- for . debate is the n.a'tfpnal collegiate topic, "Resolved;'that the\.-fddera . l government should regulate by law .all ' labor unions; in the United States, constjtutionality.;conceded." ~ Coach/J] F. O'Brien, associate profes_^Qr_^of_^.public speaking, has chosen; eight; pf the varsity squad to makeup, the-two-man teams, twp_^fflrjn_^Jiye;iand two negative. : Team\"A' r affirmative, consists of William E.; ; Harkins '42 and Thomas . J_^Bjbke '42. Team A, negative, ;-rW: .maide up of Richard E. _JBppser '43 ahd Bernard M. Weinberg '43. : Gerald V: Doherty '42 and Milton-A.:Calig '43 comprise team B, affirmative...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 December 1941

fl Christmas Gift Suggestions • ¦ ¦ Leather Brief Cases Ladies Wallets Mens Wallets Memo Books Keytainers Pens and Pencils . Better known makes in wid price ranges. Stationery AH sizes in _ugfl gift packages. "v5 _^ Books A The latest books of all publishers. KEELER m the Cathaum Bldg THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian. established 1004, and the Free Lance, established 18ST. . Published dally except Sunday and Monday during: tha regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Btata College, entered as second-class matter July 5, 1984 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act at Hatch 8, 1879. Editor _._^i wfa_^ Bus. arid Adv. Mgr. Rom Lehman '_42"_9gES?» _Jatne* McCaughey '42 •i - - ¦ Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Sit Old Mofn Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Managing Editor This Issue Donald W. _Bftvls, Jr. News Editor This Issue Ro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 December 1941

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS -W_^ Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER for Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties Arrow Underwear at Charles Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St. Mitmen Face Tough Schedule _DbctPr Leo Houck and his mitmen face another gruelling schedule this winter that has only ohe change''£Writ last- year's. Cornell has .been' drbpped to be replaced by 'the University of Virginia 'which last met State In 1940. _, . " The..:. " Virginian ' s always have good boxfhg teams \as _prnven by their ;p , ast. meetings with _. Houck's charges. ' Penn State has been victorious, , in .thtee of the five times ;the team ' s ' have met. "' Several of the . Colleges listed pn .the, scljeduTe/ate, ancient rivals of the , Lions ' .. . , !We . Btern Maryland has been oh _State's * schedule ever since (19.28,,..,and , Army was bPxing against State .teams in 1922. "The Blue and White ringmen were, handed,.three defeats last year . -¦while,'! winning the same _mttmber_^.r Corn«l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 December 1941

Formals Corsages w «8w==jl by \ _v_=_^t Wolfe the Florist _^ i_^_Sy James E. Wolfe '39 _^_UmH_^ Glennland Bldg. Dial 2217 All Hours _vBLnaaiErn . ' J fyS l .fi £,_' The Book of the Month becomes The Picture of the -Month - Hedy Rob'i 'Ruth ' ' Lamarr Young Hussey "H. M» PULHAM, ESQ." PENN STATE IN PORTRAIT An ideal Christmas gift for all. Illustrating 14 beautiful portraits of the campus.. Suitable for framing $1.00 A COPY Inquire at Athletic Store or from Student Salesmen. —— m._^_lc S^^K ' PF_^VTr-r- THEATRlB ;;, ...„, _THURS. - FRL''-"SAT." ,.. ..-, , o LAUGH f»» With the World as 'NuiotcfakaV gay pair come together "again Shows at 1:30. 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 .. Tftnuv _pomtv.'''" ""I Live -i . - . Laugh i'lti_^IJdVeX£ the Dream City' of-_^h_^_J world: on, exactly, _nobbing _,a '"_weekT _t Fred- • . .Miry'" ._^JSsJSfi&_ijf. _n _iueiromYriMRTDi_^npiif ' ?t_» • _":_li ¦•<_¦ I Atiiiir \_fomr,TAiiTl'L ' -1 Tlj-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

Moses Elected Football Manager For 1942 Season Allan I. Moses '43 we.s elected manager of varsity football for the 1942 season, it was announced yesterday by Neil M. Fleming, graduate manager of athletics. He will replE._pe William F. Finn '42, this year's football manager. Associate managers named were Frank J. Perna '43 and Harve S. Bair '43. Clair E. Eisenhiirt '44, Ferdinand E. Fidati '44, and Maurice Grossman '44 were voted first assistants. James A. Bauscher '44 was named freshman _mstoager with Joseph Hadin '44, James Milholland '44, and George L. Rutherford '44 selected as alternates. Moses, whose home town is Pittsburgh, is a member of Blue Key hat society _tind vice-president of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The list of varsity and freshman football letter winners will not be released until the return of Coaches Robert A. Higgins and Martin S. McAndrews, who are away on business. Campus News Br: Ag Head To Speak Students are invited to attend an address to be presente...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

HEY HEADING FOR HOME? Start right and easy! Send your luggage round-trip by trusty, lowcost Railway Express, and- take your train with peace of mind.We pick-up and deliver; remember, at no extra charge withi a our regular vehicle limits in all cities and principal towns.Yo_"u merely phone LWAi^&EXPRESS aodncv yU_? me. NATION-WIDF ftAlL-AIR SERVICE THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn Slate" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established. 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Gtote College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Post-ofrice at State College, Pa., under the act j( March 8. 1379. _^ Editor ._^_ssks_^ Bus - Bnd Adv * Mg f:« Ross Lehman '42< "_^Bg£S gB> James MeCaughoy '48 Editorial and- Business Office Downtown Office 818 Old Main _Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone. 43...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

Buy Your Gif COLLEGIAN CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1941, STATE COLLEGE, PA ion PAGE O V is exira g in ome or as sav m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1941

can be a happier Christmas, if you plan it beforehand. Plan now to join our Thrift Club and take _advantage of this easy, painless way to save. All you do is signify your intention of joining, make regular weekly deposits of the stipulated amount, and collect your total Christmas—1942 next December ... for a happier THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE What could please a smokar more than a good smoke or something to make smoking more enjoyable? Nothing we believe. So here are a few suggestions to please many a smoker. Their future owners will think you extravagant . . . but these prices prove vou_'re not. Cigars, box of 50 .. $2.30 Tobacco, \h 79c Ash Trays $1.00 Cigarette Holders iScup Pipes 50c up Humidors ... Si.90 Candies, lb. 60c, 70c, 80c, $1.00 Nuts lb. . ... 49c, 69c, 89c, Cigarettes 5Q_'s39e, cartons $1.46 Lighters .. $1.00 up MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS All Gifts Attractively Wrapped Graham & Son In _* x3 Fraternity Jewelry Headq...

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