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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 January 1942

Used, is now in stool Near The A lien crest Dm Beaver Avenue day, February 3. at the A. A. ticket _windows _ip. Old Main, two days prior Jo the appearance of Lauritz Melchior, noted Metropolitan Opera hejoic tenor. Single admissions to this number alone, on the evening of the performance, will be priced at $2.75. Melchior will be followed on March 9 by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and on April 13 by Marian Anderson. Single admissions to these will be $2.75 and $3.85 respectively. ZJhc f-_^eiinit j luania _~2)tatc L_^otii -Ati'listA CourJe /^ollege Book Storebegs Leave to inform the Stud en ts .of - the College that a complete affortment of fS0_^ _§_t_!hi 'Si _fe_^r -'_^_S WW "-M iJffl cJLcist chance to davel . .. The reduction in the price of Artists' Course series tickets from $6.05 to $4.95 and from $5.50 to $4.40 will enable you to attend, the three most attractive numbers on this year's course at half the expense entailed the single number...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 January 1942

• -AT STUDENT UNION • AT THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE • FROM STUDENT SOLICITORS Subscriptions For Second Semester For The Daily Collegian $1.50 By Carrier—S2.00 By Mail Subscribe Now I ¦ ¦ I A Few Days Left For tm mm _s l earance Sale Men LUUK. and READ Largest Selection o! rants tor YUU Pints! Pants! Punts! Coveris ® Tweeds 9 Flannels Worsteds • Cassimers WliMw _^lliP Formerly $4.75 $%.95 wuw, _»n Formerly $5.50; $6.50 $|.95 NOW 4 Formerly $7.50, $8.50 $/.45 NOW 0 One _Grpup Pants to, $«|.95 Close Out One Group Young $4 |.95 _JJTan'e _CiiU.. 1 "ft EnniuiM'c j Opposite Old Main Will Clash Five Today Malmen Seek 9th Win Over Tigers Coach Charlie Speidel's grapplers will try to make it three to one when they play vicious host to Princeton's Tigers Saturday night. Out. of 11 dual meets the Lions have stalked away with 8 victories and left only 3 to. the Orange and Black, since team rivalry hegan in 1916. As they seek their ninth triumph, the Penn ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 January 1942

Coeds, Faculty Aid HI Plaeem_^t Red Cross Sewing Record High 25 coeds and fa Approximately - culty women'are meeting in 117 Home Economics from 6:45 to 8:45 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays to sew for Red Cross defense. Under direction of home economics faculty and student assistants, volunteers work according to a labor division system. Some stitcn and turn hems. Others sew tags or press garments. With such assembly line procedure the local unit expects to complete its 37-hospital.gown allotment by February 1. Helpers are requested to bring a needle and thimble. All other materials will be furnished by the Red Cross. All interested women are invited to help the College unit complete the Red Cross hospital gowns on schedule. Only two per cent—5 out of 236 —women who .were; graduated, in the class of 1941" are unemployed ; according to a survey._^recently completed by Miss; C_^_avlott4., ';E_; Ray, dean of women. '"_" *' \ . . ' _.;:.". ' The number of unemployed 1941 graduates is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 January 1942

Draft Committee Lays Plans For Feb. Registration With the appointment of three subcommittees yesterday, the registration committee of the College Committee on Selective Service began its preparations to conduct a registration for students and all College employees on the February 16 draft registration date. Authorized by Local Draft Board No. 1 of State College the registration will be held in the Armory from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. under a setup almost identical to that of the first registration on October 16, 1940. The list of persons expected to register will be arranged alphabetically into groups, and each group will be designated a specified hour in which to register. Classes will not be suspended, but students will be excused from class during the time required for their own registration. The estimated 1,500 persons who will register in the Armory includes all males who reached their 20th birthday on or before December 31, 1941, and those who will not reach their 45th birthda...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 January 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN 'Tor A Better Penn State" KUahhsheri I'OW Successor to the Penn State Collegian established IW4, and the Free Lance, established 1887 • 'iPi._iblinhed daily _encept Sunday and Monday during th« ifHiilar Colleee year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania _ijltilc Collego. _Entered as second-class matter July 3. 1904 at the Post-office at State _College. Pa., under the act ot March 8, 1H7:> Editor _^f_^tr- Bus. and Adv. Mgr_. :Hoss Lehmart '42 _^_Si_^1 "_-" James- McCaughey '42 Editorial' and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main _Bldtf. 119-121 South _Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Worilori' _s Editor—Jeanne C, Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baor '42: Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Koal.ure Editor—Willism J. McKntght '42; News Editor—Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature'Editor—Alice ¦ M. Murray '42; Women'.'? Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon •42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Mannficr—rhonias W. Allison '42; Women's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 January 1942

NOW YOU CM DANCE AT EATLAND GRILL THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT AH the money from the juke box will go to the Infantile Paralysis Fund 25 Kinds Bottled Beer—3 Kinds On Draught Penn State's Second-Half Rally Overcomes Army Quintet. 34-26 Ex-Foofball Player Announces Marriage 45 Riflers Open With Army Feb. 8 s_* Summaries—Penn Stale—34 fg. f. tot. Gent, f .4 0 , 8 Gross, f .. • .....'- .*.... 1 4 6 Baltimore, c .._'....... 4 19 Grimes, g 0 0 ' o Egli, g 2 1 5 Ramin, g 2 2 6 Smith, f ' .-..- 0 0 0 Totals 13 8 34 Army—26 fg. fl. tot. Philpott, 'f 6 2 14 Maffry, f 0 0 0 Simpson, c 1 0 2 White, g . .. . ... . .,': ?. ... . 1 2 4 Hardy, r: •••• 1 0 2 Ferguson, f .. ' ..:'.'.. . 0 0 0 Rebh, f • .•..._'•... 11 3 Whitlow, c ... 0 0 0 Benson, g 0 0 0 Parfitt, g'.; 0 0 0 Clarke, g 0 1 1 Murphy, g 0 0 0 Mathe, g 0 0 0 Totals 10 6 26 Score By Halves Penn State 13 21—34 Army 16 10—26 Officials—Referee, Monty Begovitch. Umpire"_^J? E. Dowling. Frank M. Piatt '41, forme...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 January 1942

We, Jhe Women It Isn't Fun—But There's Work To Do Let's start by admitting that we don't like this war. It's far from pleasant to send our friends and brothers off to an army camp and it's annoying to find a shortage on things we have always taken for granted like bobby-pins and cokes. But life will be even less pleasant and a lot more annoying it we don't win this war. Perhaps too many people have been writing articles urging women to do their, part for national defense. In fact, we have been bombarded with so much propaganda that we are inclined to ignore it, without realizing what it means. It's easier for coeds than for most people to escape reality and to wrap their thoughts in a cloak of _bluebooks, exams, scheduling, sorority rushing, and dances. It's comparatively easy to rationalize and say that we are doing our part by sticking to our present job —going to college. We admit that continuing with college is advisable for most people. We still wonder, however, if there ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 January 1942

IFC To Revise Rushing Code. Election Plans Defense Committee lew Manageria ] ¦ tit* | Winter Released No Paper Tomorrow; Collegian. To Move The regular Saturday morning issue of The Daily Collegian will not be published tomorrow. Instead, staff members will be kept busy moving typewriters and other equipment to the offices in the remodeled Carnegie Hall. ¦ Despite tomorrow's lapse in publication, subscribers received the usual five issues this week, since a paper was . published Monday morning. Next week, The Daily Collegian will again go on regular schedule—Tuesday through Saturday. LA Seniors Sign For Interviews Despite the prospective' entry of many senior Liberal Arts students into the army or navy, Prof. H. B. Young, counsellor for men students, urged all seniors who have not already, done so to fill out the job interview forms now available in the Dean's office, 132 Sparks Building. The information requested on these forms is of vital importance both to the int...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 January 1942

The First National Bank Of ' State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation mm _DMm muMGim 'Tor A Heller Penn. State" ¦ _JSsl.-iMisliccl_.l'MO. Successor to tin; Penn State _GoUsijlnn . c_^_tablliiliefl IU01. find .the .Free. Lance_, established 1B87. . ¦Published daily except Sunday and Monday durtrtR the _Htefjulnr College ye_<u-T>y-the ctucicnU ol The Pennsylvania Slate College. -Entered as second-clam matter July 5, 1934 at the Posl-office at Male Colloyo. Pa, under the act o£ •larr-h 8, 1«7!>. -HJilor _^ _rtSRjft_^ Bub. and Adv. Mgr.. -«_oss _Lehman "<_2 ^^SS_^._Tames McCaughey "42 HSdilnrinl and Business Office Downtown Office 3U Old Main BldR. llfl-121 South Frazier St. Phone 7U Phono 4372 Woiimi's Editor—Jeanne C. _Mtilcs_; '42; Managing Editor-John -A. Bacr -"12; Spoils Editor—A. Pat Nagelbe'_rg '42. .feature .Editor—William 3. _McKniulit '42; News Editor-Stanley J. PoKcinpner'tZ_; _AVomfin'_R Feature Editor—Alice -*T. Murr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 January 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 January 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1942

5,804 Register Organization Of STCD As Totals Drop rogram Nears Completion Total registration figures have reached 5,804, Registrar William S. Hoffman revealed yesterday, so an overwhelming v majority of underclassmen showed their intentions of attending the "third semester" this summer. A" drop of about five per cent was recorded in -the undergraduate totals, els 5,332 registered this semester in comparison to the 5,617 who registered second semester last year. . However, registration totals dropped four per cent last September. . Of • the ¦ underclassmen, 2,335 said they would. attend the summer semester, 282 said they would not attend, and . 1,588 said they were undecided. These figures do not include seniors, who would not ordinarily be here for another semester. The largest turnout for the next semester will be from the junior class the poll indicates. Of the 1,219 in the class of 1943, only 102 said they would not attend the summer semester. However, 341 were undecided...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1942

ANNUAL WINTER CLEARANCE SALE Fellow Shon THE DAILY COLLEGIAIN ¦ "For A Better Penn Stale" _JtMablishcd 1940. Successor lo the Penn State Collegian ;:--!nbHshcd 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887'. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular Colleee year by the students of The Pennsylvania State Collese. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 193i ..it the Post-oCCice at State College, Pa., under the act or March 3. 1!)79. Editor .-sSjSk,_^ Bus - and Adv< M9r _- «oss Lehman '42c *?ggg_£K> 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-Stanley J. PoKeirrpner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice »T. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon 42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1942

0 Ulvn Si • _SERVICE © ECONOMY DEPENDABILITY ® SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SiAliijn at rants tor IOU Coverts • Tweeds • Flannels Worsteds • Cassimers Formerly _ffih, $4.75 _* J qc NOW _^J._JKl Formerly m $5.50 - $6.00 _p ffl qj-NOW _*ift.»_3 Formerly pa $6.50 - $7.00 q _fi_» qc now _*_y.s> _3 Formerly _4^| $7.50 - $8.50 C_*M IE _jS_' ee _£/ie_/n i_« our Windows! FROMM'S Opposite Old Main PANTS! PANTS! PANTS AT FROMM'S Largest Selection of Caqers_, Matmen Score Decisive Wins * * V J*; """ HERK BALTIMORE RETAINS LEAD—After tallying eight points against the Temple Owls Saturday night, Herk Baltimore still paces the Nittany scorers with 83 points for the season. Elmer Gross, leading scorer against the Owls, has a season total of 71 for second honors. ' . Lions Maul Tigers, 24 Frosh Positions Open—Speidel "All positions are wide open," Coach Charlie Speidel told his freshman wrestling candidates after last night's practice sessions in Rec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 February 1942

—;_MfMTiffiY:BMJJ _£;:•;:,_;:::.' CORSAGES \r'¦:• / \_.\ffljQ$eft —Gardenias — Orchids . i .;': .; ¦ " .. ;V : To be.',impressive—rget. lhem .at . MAREMOB'S MfcWl ->few_*i*> Dial 31 SI ATTENTION! Because of the change in the College calendar, we are cancelling " all reservations ¦ foi" May 8 and 9, and for June 7, 8,, and 9. ' If you wish to keep them; please get in touch with us at once. ¦ • The Nittany Lion Inn l/i/ej _~Jhe Women Continued Operation Main Consideration l_^mm_^Mte^^Mm®. Hall /i.,9 PByS" Eds.Light Fuse ActMtj."Frogram To Be~Expanded • • A "bombshell", struck White _H.'dl- whon -mora than 60 women #>hy«ic«). education majors gathereft last. Thursday night to light the tuso-cif a now- dynamic-program. ITo one knew what was com-»u_£ off until, they _cleared away the debris la.'it night by sending »"i>re.seiiU*(.ive. 'i to every sorority •<»nil dormitory, on and off campus, Willi information about their new l&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1942

Draft Chief Sees Delayed Induction All-College Revision Of SPEAKS HERE—Louis Ada_^nc, internationally-known author and lecturer, will speak on the Americanization of the 50,000,000 non-Anglo-Saxon Americans in the United States—in Schwab Auditorium next Tuesday night _sb part of the LA Lecture Series. Course Tickets On Sale Today Stage seats lor the three remaining numbers of the Artists' Course will be placed on sale at the Athletic Association ticket windows in Old Main this morning at 8 o' clock, according to Dr. Carl E. Marquardt, Course chairmen. The 125 stage seats, selling for $4.40 including tax, provide seats qn the platform for the Melchior and Anderson numbers and seats in the foyer for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. "Stage series tickets represent a saving of more than half the cost of admissions to the single numbers," Marquardt stated. "Single admissions," he explained, "-will cost $2.75 each for the performances of Melchior and the.Philharmonic Orches...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1942

~Jke K-iaa \Jj- 42 Presents he Nation's Favorite Band %j_}$ i -T-iJIM xNt 1VXJL111_. i r_* _iJcL Who Features TEX BENEKE RAY EBERLY THE _MODERHAffiS For oJbi'lM lv_* /irl i5r\LjLj ppn 97 _Rpp WAT T Campus Calendar THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" • Established 1940. Successor to the Penn Stale Collegian - _j.-tabllshed 1804. and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published dailv except Sunday and Monday during the rc'Uilar _College veav bv the students oC The Pennsylvania .State _College. _Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 ' .i! the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ol March 8, _187_P. Editor E-sTjgr ._i Bus. and Adv. Mgr. floss Lehman '42 _^_Sgggn_10 James McCaughey '45 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—WUlfam J. McKnlg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1942

See US For .. All Your Printing Needs NITTANY Lion Cagers Will Battle Navy At Annapolis Today Injure* Ankle To Keep Millanymen Seek Reifsnyder On Bench 4th Straight Victory Jim Reifsnyder," capable gym performer on the flying rings, will definiately be out of action when the Lions play host to Princeton in Rec Hall Saturday evening, it was revealed by the team physician yesterday after noon. Reifsnyder received a cracked bone in his ankle when he dismounted from the rings in practice last Saturday and is now hobbling around on crutches. Sol Small will probably replace him in the lineup. Having already brushed off a stubborn Army quintet, Penn State's varsity baskteteers will attempt to make a clean sweep of the service academies when they clash with Navy's midshipmen at Annapolis, Md., this afternoon. Coach John Lawther's proteges, who are riding on the crest of a three-game winning streak, will be pointing toward a- new victory record for the _current season. Once befor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 February 1942

Women Grab Till U. S. Nabs Coeds have a chance to grab off a man just once more before Uncle Sam drafts them all by dragging one off to WRA's annual Sweethearts' Dance in White Hall from 9 p. m. to 12 midnight, Friday, February 13. " ¦ For four years Penn State coeds have had plenty to pick from, but since defense efforts have been depleting student ranks, this may be tneir last chance. Dance guests will include Miss Charlotte E. Ray, dean pf women; Dean Carl P. Schott, head of the School of Physical-Education and Athletics, and Mrs. Schott; Miss Marie Haidt, head of women's physical education; Dr. Lloyd M. Jones, professor of physical -education, and Mrs. Jones. . . Prof. Ray M. Congei, physical education instructor, and Mrs. Conger; Miss Mildred A. Lucey, physical education instructor; Mrs. Ivalclare S. Howland, assistant professor of physical education; Miss Jessie Cameron, assistant professor of physical education; Mrs. Herman Reese, physical education pianist. Miss Helen J....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 February 1942

Sports Lodge Finished For Ski Championships Dry Dock To Close For Five Weeks Because of the heavy social calendar during the remainder of the month, the Dry Dock night club will be discontinued for five weeks following this Saturday night's entertainment in the Sandwich Shop, William H. Cissel '43 and Thomas R. Heidecker '43, cochairmen of the Dry Dock, announced last night. Following this program the night club will close down until March 7, On the following Saturday night, March 14, the Dry Dock will present its last entertainment of the social year. Four More STCD Courses Released Freshman Coed Goes Home For Diploma One of Penn State's coeds will cut classes this afternoon, but she has a good .reason—to graduate from high school. LaRue Jane Cassey '45 registered as a first semester freshman on January 26 and has been attendingclo u ser , «L _«mpIetion yesterday, classes since then, although she when M'Uardl\ Bunnell, superhas not officially.graduated from visor of the S...

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