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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1942

Bunnell Named Head Of Student Defense Training Impetus was given the organization of student defense instruction at yesterday's meeting of the Student Training for Civilian Defense committee, when it was announced that Millard T. Bunnell, supervisor of extension class centers, will serve as coordinator of the STCD courses. The task of selecting instructors for the 50 proposed courses from the 886 faculty members who have volunteered their services will be entrusted to Mr. Bunnell. Assisting hkn will be members of the -central committee and heads of the schools and departments. Details for each course, such as its duration and the type of materials to Ue covered, will be left largely to the : .)discretion of .its instructor, it was indicated. Registration will be held as soon as a "fair number" of courses have been organized, probably early" _^xt month, and other courses will _^ i made available as soon as they 11j_* arranged, according to Adrian al" Morse, chairman of the STCD...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penrt State Collegian established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1B8T Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania •State College. Entered as second-class matter July 9, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act o£ March 8, 187?. Editor „<s£XBfc_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42<S _^W _^' James McCaughey *42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main Bldg. 119-121 South Frazief St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanhe C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat _Nagelberrf '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor-Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—AHee M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon '42. " '.>«<f| Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Manager—Thomas W. Allison '42; Women'...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1942

See US For . . . All Your Printing Needs JL-_^a 1 .£ a.JL _^9 «L Printing & Publishing Co Penn State Cagers Hold Height Edge Over West Virginia In Tonight's Game Baric Holds Scoring * * MR. CONSISTENCY—Rudy Baric, who has been the top point maker for West Virginia in four of the team's first five games, appears to be well on his way toward setting a new single-season scoring record for the Mountaineers. Lions To Face Navy Grapplers Mighty Navy, fresh from a 23-11 triumph over Carolina, will let loose her big guns in Rec Hall tomorrow night as the Midshipmen attempt to sink Penn State's twovictory margin in the team series of 27 meets. At 175-pounds, Captain Bill Carmichael looms as the Navy's most outstanding wrestler. Last week he scored a fall in 1:55. Dick Batista of Penn is the only man ever to beat him in college competition. Carmichael will toe' working to avenge last season's meet when the Lions sank the Navy 17-11. With the experience gained from...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 January 1942

See A Special _"" Showing of _f*1 *' ¦ J TONITE'S _, THE NIGHT! To Beat Those—- Blue-Book-Blues Come To Your BEDTIME MATINEE Starts _H P. M. Ends 12:30 A. M We, _ZJhe l/Uomen Ditties And Doings About Defense ¦ jBHriiGre_^ Binnn_^ TODAY - SAT. - MON. 1:30 3:00 6:30 8:30 FroshSingers - ¦ Skiver In Boots "I'm never scared when I sing with an orchestra, but when I sing alone, I get frightened in front of an audience." These were the sentiments of Betty E. Piatt '45 when interviewed before the Thespian talent show in Schwab Auditorium last night. On the other hand, Shirley L. Ives '45, the other ' coed songstress on the program, feels like shrinking through the floor every time she appears before a crowd. Both women are well-known on the campus; they were runnersup in the talent competitions sponsored by Phil Spitalny, orchestra leader, and Fred Allen, radio comedian, earlier this semester. Although both sang popular songs last evening, Betty's ambi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1942

an _Kroposec New Term Would Begin May 18. End August 28 '3rd Semester' Would Begin College Year The proposed "third semester," if adopted, will be the first semester of the next _college year, it was stressed by Ray V. Watkins, scheduling officer, yesterday. Mr. Watkins said he believes students haVe a misconception regarding the ' plan and fears that they may miss the summer semester and return to college in September. They may do so, Mr. Watkins pointed out, but they will find courses being given in accordance with the regular second semester plans, as stated in the College Catalogue. Faculty To Consider Council's Report A new College calendar adjusted to the conditions of war and calling for a "third semester" to begin on May 18 will be considered by the faculties of the several Schools on Monday and reported back to the Council of Administration for definite action early next week. The proposed calendar was submitted to Council yesterday by a committee appointed by Preside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1942

TODAY ONLY mmM $2.00 SODTS $145 MEN'S ROBES - 25% Off How Shop _iM Alien St THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian . _established 1304. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _Regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania ¦State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College. Pa., under the act of March 3, 187?. Editor _^fWt- Bus.ant _* Adv. Mgr. ». oss Lehman '42 _^_W_^' James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main Bid?. 119-121 South Frader St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelbere '42. Feature: Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor-Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon. '42. _N * Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1942

_windcbest Liquor — Bee} Food DANCING U. S. Route 322 USE THIS Added Collegian Feature As A Guide To The litest in Food and Eiite.rl'x_' .imncn The "KIM" AIR CONDITIONED New and Different . . CIRCULAR BAR Every Night KAHLEY and His Rannnond Organ Z Mile West of Lewisiown Rouie 22 Our Specialty Sen Food Dinners and STEAKS — ANY. SIZE CUT FROM PRIME BEEF Entaw House Potters Mills, Pa Continuous Entertain ment by the Jack Port Trio Playing your favorite Songs Every Night hofbhm 6 Bishop St. Belleionle, Pa At the CROSSROAD RESTAURANT Real Italian . .. SPAGHETTI _Boalsburg,' Pa. 2721 STEMS Are Our Specialty YOU KNOW SPIDER 108 S. Pugh Si mm «w Every Night - Changes Weekly MODERATELY PRICED DRINKS — DINNERS Fine Orchestra and Dance Floor Harry's Tavern Bellefonte, Pa © Good ® Direct ® Tap Beer RED HORSE TAVERN Pleasant Gap, Pa Brockerhoff Hotel © Wine 9 Dine 9 Dance In Our Cocktail Lounge It's Air Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 January 1942

The First National Bank Of State C allege Member of ederal Deposit Insurance Corporation Five To Head Coeds Propose Bugle Ruled PSCA Projects Love Via Mail Coed War Life Campus social service projects, sponsored by PSCA Community Service committee, wijl function next semester under new leaders. Projects include working with Laurelton State Village, Patton Township schools, Woodycrest and Rural Service. Rosalind M. Nelson '43 will direct Laurelton Village work which began last November. Twenty coeds will visit the institution Saturday mornings to direct and participate in a '_weekly recreation period. Recreation for Patton Township children will be directed by Mary E. Roberts '43. Bi-weekly visits will be made to three schools in this vicinity. Maxine V. Sheeder '45 and Dorothy J. Shigley '45, co-chairmen of the Woodycrest project, announced last night that the com mittee plans to _\'isit Woodycrest Saturday afternoons to help with recreation and handicrafts. Agricultur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 January 1942

Thespians To Ask Qjenn y^;//er 70 p/ay Sen/or Ball Glenn Miller, America's topranking swing band, has been signed for Senior Ball, Friday, February 27, co-chairman Peter J. Krones '42 and Thomas J. L. Henson '42 announced last night. Miller will receive $2,500, the highest amount ever paid an orchestra to play here. The band leader played on the campus once before, Junior Prom in 1940, at which time he received $2,000. The price of admission has not definitely been set, it .was reveal ed, but according to indications, the usual $3.85 figure will prevail. H. Leonard Krouse, senior class _president, said last night, "We were very fortunate to get such a top-notch band. I'm sure the dance will be a success." Featured with the trombonist will be Marion Hutton and Ray Eberle , •furnishing the lyrics and the band's famous saxophone sextet. - An ace arranger for many years, Glenn Miller first rocketed to fame with his "Moonlight Serenad_'ers" at The Meadowbrook in New Jersey three ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 January 1942

E?_S??i l/_l/ant ZJo KJt'lakten "» A 0our Wai'drooe i Your appearance is al ways your best asset Why not add color to your clothes with a new. "Jane Irwill" pullover? You can purchase them in all the colorful shades at the >*_m (* ~_J _5mart _J_^_ltop 123 fi. Allen St State College 2_^_fo Reduction Oji Topcoats And Winter _DuteiTQQats _Glqyes Reduced 25% vM &T" \l $ *& _fTV 81 f?Jf H_*rrt_« _hUjcfOMMCO Ta.lO*» 0pm Evenings THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Tor A Better Penn State . - _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the' Free Lntice, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter _Jllty 5. 193* at the Post-office at. State College. Pa., under the act o£ March 0; 1079. ' Editor _^aSESfc_ Pus. and Adv. M9f-)3.oss Lehman '42<s ^^_st James _MfcC_&ughey -42...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 January 1942

| _¥ ! # Wl Don't allow your hair to become stringy and >C W_? unsightly just because of finals. Brush up %_»,- on your looks with a new upswept hair do at FIRST IMPRESSIONS Are Important... Clean — Neat — Clothes make good impressions. PENN STATE LAUNDRY i \ - \ • • • as she L _p J \ Plays a man's 7_^'_^ \ game ... a _fajm ' _> Woman's way i£l!« M n w Shows 1:30 '" at 3:00 ^^sss _^ Xm_^ it_^s_^ ouv _ucregiae _^ _owiiiimj> e TODAY - WEDNESDAY • HER LOVE SONG A CODE—thai marked The SCANDAL Mill, THAT ROCKS r_^_MA HOSPITAL! _Sot *^ _&fe_1_#_T ¦ JSEwv -..rtlSn _s r^^- *•" tut _ucrcnac _ouiiuaj_^ TODAY - WEDNESDAY Stay away from that girl in Room ' lEfl You know what she's after! WIN! S5 Bucks f or yourself an TROPHY CU for the House! GET INTO THE INTERFRATERNITY PIANO _PLACING CONTEST Still noi loo laie to enter. Just sign one qf the application blanks sent io all the fraternities and return...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 January 1942

Mammermill Bond Paper 100 Sheeis-30c 250 Sheets-70c Fountain Pens and Pencils Pens—39c to $12.50 Winter Spirts Equipment For Skiing and Skating Of A Very Beautiful Line VALENTINES Feb. 14th Is The Day Desk Blotter Holders—Sfampei 'Fen State,' Sic and up tesileii Notes with College Oilier -Books from 25c to $8. Seal 75 Mechanical Drawing Supplies log Iff, Dec! Trig Slide Rules A COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS Yon Can Get It At METZGER'S" BOOK SELL US YOUR USED BOOKS III VERY COMPLETE LINE OF STUDENT SUPPLIES AND ATHLETIC GOODS a l Both New and Used Cash or a Liberal Trade In Allowance Complete Line of Smokers' Need s Fishing Tackle of .tie Better find Pen State _Perniaits and Stickers Stadent Desk Lamps Laundry Cases aid lags mmmammm_^_BmmamaKam_&_BmmmaBnmmimmmBamsammmmmmmKBmmm Alan Clocks—Watches f kit In New Toy and Game Department In The Basement 01 Our Store 1 Most Complete Line of Amateur Photo Supplies lor Eastm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 January 1942

Counci War Highlights Okays Third Semester Daily Collegian Presents Review Of United States-Axis Conflict Dec. 7-r-Japan launches surprise attacks on Pearl Harbor. Dec. 8. — Roosevelt denounces "unprovoked and dastardly" attack by Japan. Dec. 9 — 'Roosevelt calls nation to prepare for long war. Dec. 11 — Germany and Italy declare war on United States. Congress unanimously declares war on Germany and Italy. Dec. 13 — Navy reports landing of Japanese on Guam. Dec. IS — Secretary _Ktiort; back in Washington from Hawaii reports U. S. Army and Navy in Hawaii "not on alert." Dec. 16 — Roosevelt appoints board to investigate Hawaii attack. __ Dec. 17—Navy, Army, and Army Air Force commanders at Hawaii relieved of their commands. Dec. 19 — Congress completes action on new draft bill requiring registration of all male citizens aged 18-64, with those aged 20-44 liable for military service. Dec. 20—Admiral Ernest J. King named Commander-in-Chief of U. S. Fleet. Dec. 21—Eighty Japanes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 January 1942

^^« _ie _^ YOUR _^ _£_sr Best Cosh Prices _^.._^'i TEXT BOOKS Clean Used Books Get Our Prices Before Buying. Your Texts TTT_^ T_^_T T** T% 'O Cathaum — KhhLhrio Theatre 111 Collets Courses, Building THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" E:=l.aljlishnri W40 Succp_^or to l.lie Penn State Collegian established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1837 , Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students oC The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at. the Post-office at State Colleee. Pa., under the act of March 8. 1B79. Editor f-uSSBSar Bus * and At_*v. Mgr. Eoss Lehman _^2<5 _^fiK_*? James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main _Bldg. 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42: Managing Editor-John A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor-St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 January 1942

FROMM_'S CLEARANCE SALE "The Sale That Has the Whole Town Talking' EXTRA SPECIAL ! ENTIRE STOCK OF Regrouped and Repriced! Nationally known, n a - tionally advertised brands greatly reduced! _KVL Group No. I TUXEDOS $24.95 Compare quality and style! Here is a chance to save and get quality that will not be available later on! Group No. 2 TUXEDOS $ 34.95 Midnight Blue or Black! Smartly Tailored! Double breasted and single breasted. Accented by a handsome modified drape! Regulars, Longs, Shorts, Stouts Group No. 3 TAILS $34.95 Authenticity in full dress styling Finest all wool unfinished worsteds. Silk body lining, high waisted pleated trousers. The perfect formal -wear ensemble! Save! FROMM'S State College rnTi A/_fn ILAl BOOKS 'V NEW USED NOW READY ALL C O U R S E S AT THE ATHLETIC STORE Opposite Main Gate Dial 2158 * ' Open Evenings Possible Third Semester Leaves Sports Schedule Still Doubtful . With / ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 January 1942

Oily — $1.50 — for the semester ON SALE MON. AND TUES. AT REGISTRATION STUDENT UNION AND COLLEGIAN OFFICE ATTRACTIVE ROOM to let in dormitories for second semester. Call Gallup 305, Irvin Hall or house manager TKE, 756. 3 tch 20-21 _. 22M FOR RENT—Spacious first class double dormitory room. Call Swartz, 114 Watts Hall. 3tpd 21-22-23 FEC FOR RENT — Large corner room. Twin beds. Second floor, 117 E. Fairmount. Phone 3281. 2tch 21-22REE Using the slogan, "Millions foi defense—milk and cookies foi health," Cornell women are serving milk instead of the _customarj tea. Eudes Wanted PW — Phila-. L. Fri. at 4—R iMon. iiite. Call 711, 103 Watts Hall. PW — Pottstown or Reading or vicinity. L. Fri. 3:30 p. m. Return 'Monday. Call Bob. 2883. 2tpd 21-22M PW (6)—Kane or Union City. L. Friday. Ret. Tuesday morning. C, Weed 4693. RW — Coudersport or vicinity. L. Saturday noon. C. Dick 2033. 2tpd 21-22-M RW — Harrisburg, Lancaster or FOR SALE — All kinds of yarn. Free instruction given...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 January 1942

Marine Officer To Visit Campus Early Next Month Seniors, juniors, and sophomores interested in enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserve will have an opportunity to make application early in February when a Marine Corps officer wil_). visit the campus,' it was announced yesterday. This officer will return early, in March to conduct physical exams . and effect enlistments lor those applying next month. The training is carried on through a Candidate's Class for Commission, the completion of which _^qualifies the candidate for commission as» second lieutenant. Qualifications for application are: be a male citizen of the U. S.; belong to no other military organization; be persuing a' course of study leading to bachelor of arts, science or engineering degrees, be at least 66 inches * but not over 76 inches in height, weight in proportion; have five recommendations, and written consent of parent if a minor. Seniors must be from 20 to 24 years, six months at time of enlistment; juniors f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 January 1942

*^&o _^ W-. 4_^ YOUR OF _SfisJ Cosh Prices * " _n Literal Trade In _THF J _ITT _A' TRC_^ C) JC_^ Clem Used Bosks " ¦*""* ¦* *• *^ _^"_^ _^-_^ "_^ _^ Get Otif Pikes Before _laiyins Your TeKts TT'TH'O T X_^ "D9 0 Cathaum ¦EaaanaiaaJI JLmJ s&saJ _aSnsJ _ula la V*laJ' fill College Courses. ! Building For Good Food At, ANY TIME — - ® BREAKFAST ® LUNCH © DINNER ® MIDNIGHT SNACK _7/ie Try "Always Ready to Serve You 125 W. College Ave. Russell Adamiiz, Prop THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Peira State ._EM.iblii-herl 1040 Snec_^_sor to Hie Penn State Collegian csUblislH-d 1904. _anrl the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily _except Sunday and Monday durins the rcp_.iilnv _College year by [lie students o£ The Pennsylvania Stale College. Entered an r-ecnnd-class matter July 5. 19:14 at the PoRl-otCtee at State _College, Pa., under the act oC March 0, 1879 Editor _^SVf>^. Bus, and Adv. Mgr. Boss Lehman '42 a*mi*?B:- James McCaughe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 January 1942

_® (ITS INFORMAL) THE BATTLE OF THE BANDS" - - SPONSORED BY THE DAILY COLLEGIAN • DATE—January 27, 1942 • TIME—8:30 To 12:30 • PLACE—Rec Hall • MUSIC BY—The Aristocrats • Walt James and His Penn State Collegians • The Nittany Lions • The Campus Owls © ADMISSION—$1.10 Admission Includes Checking and Federal Tax) TICKETS ON SALE AT _STODENT MM All Proceeds Will Be Presented To • » MRS. HETZEL'S EMERGENCY LOAN FUND THE THESPIANS' MOBILE UNIT • THE AMERICAN RED CROSS a PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop Cold Weather Coming Have your skaies sharpened correctly now!' 35c PALMER SHARPLESS Call 2571 Baltimore Tops Fencers Receive Invitation Cagers' Scoring To Intercollegiate Tourney Paced by Herk Baltimore, junior center who has tallied 66 points in the first eight games of the present campaign, Penn State's Nittany courtmen have hung up a commendable record of six victories against two se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 January 1942

NOW EN STOCK • _Eiisliiii lodacolor loll Film in Full Col&r F&r §m&mkft> O One _Yout Own Camera <9 Vest Pocket tc t -Pocket to Postcard _Siae Film a Colored Prints oa Paper a We Answer Your Camera _Problems MOt ti DERM AUex-i St. Next to Bank Clock Chase Those B. B. Blues by Coming to EATLAND GRILL 18 Kinds of Bottled Beer 3 Kinds on Tap REAL SPAGHETTI DINNERS IA/ef. Une Women me Rugh_, Natalie. A. Siebert, and. Freshman coeds may date until _MEaojaret K. Sherman.. one o'clock Tuesday night, but may Sophomores—Patricia R. Alae, Margaret V. Colvin,. Florence I. Jaffy, Reta J. Jenkins,..Helen-F. Hooper, F. Doris Stevenson, and Phyllis R. Watkins; and Freshmen—Estelle E. Brown, Sara L. Hostetter, Vivian I. Martin, Elizabeth L. McGee, and Katharine Wright, Sidbedt AmunNOnmces Program _Theime As a part of its morale building _program, WSGA Junior Service _tioard will announce all forthcoming chapel speakers, • Natalie A. S...

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