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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1942

NO HAM, JUST JAM at the Players' Show "Taming Of The Shrew" Ffib. 13-14 - Schwab * Aud. - SSc Our Selling Policy and * How to be a good consumer during the defense emergency : 1. Buy normally. Do not hoard or speculate. 2. Question price increases. 3. Believe in nation's capacity to produce normal consumers goods. 4. Be on guard against quality decrease. 5. Use government grades wherever possible. 6. Learn about substitutes. 7. Support and use government agencies for consumers' aid. HEELER'S athaum Theatre Bldg From "Defense and the Consumer" Public Affairs Pamphlet THE DAILY COLLEGIAIN "For A Better Penn State" i:_?t:,'_olislied 1040. Successor to the Penn State Collegian _established 1804, and the Free Lance, established 1887' Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the re'2 _- .ilar College year by the students of The Pennsylvania ijtut.fi College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 /•S the Post-ofEice at State College, Pa., under the act ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1942

LINCOLN'S WINKIrf at Ihe Players Show "Taming Of The Shrew. " Feb. 13-14 - Schwab Aud. - _^ _SSc Give Her _^f_^Ma_^ Chocolates ;.. and get them HERE! America's finest chocolates ate here, fresh from the makers — every package beautifully decorated foe your [Valentine's g ift. Call in. and select today! Tb* Sampler, this famous package, in the new $5 _lize_, Is * gift to delight her heart! Also in $1.50, $} and 47.50 sizes The Fdirbill, our favorite box of candy. Popularly priced. J Heart Boxes, filled -with "Whitman's, 50c to 13. ' McLANAHAN'S DRUG STORE 124 S. Allen St Stale College Cagers' First-Half Attack Whips Temple, 46-33 Niflanymen Score 6th Straight Victory Ski Squad Leaves For Colgate Today Nittany Track Squad To Enter 13 Runners In Penn A. C Competition Penn State's varsity skiers leave at noon. today for Colgate University ait Hamilton, N. Y., where they will compete in the Western Intercollegiate Ski Union Championships being held there t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1942

•lOWMMMKIJffi at the Playees' Show Cfi faiiiliig._Of The Shrew" l?«b. I3-MS - Schwab Awl. - SSe stage _wzmrwmamm stage show! _JSSSmMSUMiA SH0W —Monda y> February 16th—Matinee and Evening The Composer of "Scatterbrain" — "Say When" "Charming Little Fakir" — *'Zumbi" — etc. IN PERSON FRANKIE MASTERS _TSs\ ' and his f_^ r _# 4 ORCHESTRA _^ ® . . • ' _^ featuring Phyllis Myles The Swingmasters C/iarmiiiq Radio Sonostress Quartet Lou Hurst Te_?ior Buddy Shiftman Jay Matthews Woody Kessler Sax and Clarinet, Trumpet Virtuoso Pianist l/l/e_, ZJhe _vUotrien Bidding Draws Nigh Profs To Talk On Fine Arts Music, art, and creative writ- Slushy Weekends mg will be the topic of a panel discussion to be sponsored by Pi Lambda Theta, women's education honorary, in northwest lounge, Atherton Hall at 8 p. m. Wednesday. • Speakers on various arts will be Hummel Fishburn, associate professor of music education; Harold E. Dickson, associate professor of fine arts;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1942

IPC Adopts Dating Code, Bans All Mixed Drinking Elections Moved Up Rush Code Altered Interfratermty Council adopted a new dating code last night to end a two-month discussion. Action_, was taken on the new rushing code, election plans were changed, and a new fraternity was admitted at the long session. Following the example of All-College Cabinet and WSGA_, IFC banned mixed drinking of any sort, and provided for a student committee to judge all violations. This committee, appointed by the IFC president, will then pass the ruling on to a faculty committee. The code will be submitted to the Senate Committee on Student Welfare for final.passage by Robert F. Wilson '42, chairman of the dating code committee. Acting in place of George W. Ferguson '42, rushing chairman, Theodore S. Casnoff '42 presented to the Council a tentative rushing code. Most of the alterations suggested were necessitated by the change in the College calendar. Also because of the change in the calendar, the ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1942

So le! Men's and Young Men's SUITS and PANTS This sale will continue until Saturday evening Don't miss these exceptional values. Reg. 25.00 SUITS . . . . . Now $19.95 Reg. 30.00 SUITS .... . Now $24.95 Reg. 35.00 SUITS ..... Now $29.95 Reg. 8.95 PANTS . Reg. 7.95 PANTS . Reg. 6.95 PANTS . . . . Now $6.95 . . . Now $5,95 . . . Now $4.95 Use An Extended Charge Account l/_3March 10th 1/3 April 10th (No Extra Charge For Credit) 1/3 Down Charles FELLOW SHOP 109 S. ALLEN ST THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" 3".-_^-bli?_hcd 1940. Successor to the Penn State Col!egia:i, o:=t- -.blished 1304, and the Free Lance, established 138". _Published dailv _exceot Sunday and Monday during the )_- ' .v;.Uar _Collese vear bv the students oi The Pennsylvania iJciLO Colleee. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 _jii; Uu Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi March !!, 1079. Editor , -_*££_&- _^ us> and _^T * 9r> Bess Lehma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1942

Remember Your Sweetheart CHOICE CUT FLOWERS FOR VALENTINE DAY A CORSAGE FOR THE SWEETHEART DANCE State College Floral Shop 127 W. Beaver Phone 2342 PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co, 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop K / w The Penn State Players present Taming W The Shrew Book by Bill Shakespeare TONIGHT Schwab Aud. 55c tax incl.) —Don't Walk—It's Cheaper to Hide J ust Cull Resides ate, Quick, Depend able Taxi Service Shows ax 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 TODAY -SATURDAY. _SM| THE QUICKEST ONTHEDRAW_^ f_?_ll LWED LONGEST ^\ _CONSTANCJ BENNETT BRUCE CABOT —— ADDED — ——The March of Time ... "MAIN STREET—Ui S. A." and 'WHAT'S LaCROSSE?" Coeds Turn On The Gl^<_pcp f But Janitor Stays Iinm_^_6_X| By EDITH L. SMITH Coeds come. and coeds go, but they are all alike to Cyrus Confer, Grange dormitory janitor. For 23 years Mr. Confer has tidied up lounges, emptied waste baskets, and mopped floors for-women coming and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 February 1942

Blackout, Air Raid Plans For College Nearlv Cotn&leted New Registrants lied Preliminary Forms For'R-Day' Students and members of the College faculty and staff who must register for the Selective Service in ;|he Armory Monday were reminded yesterday that they must first'obtain a. preliminary registration blank ait Student Union. .This blank iriust be filled out and {presented when the individual apjpears for registration_, ij-Arrangements for the registering; -vjf approximately 2,000 stufdents. aj\d' College employees, beft_^en. the ages of 20_and 45 will _^e. : .completed today when 90 mem-| ber_§Vof ' the faculty, and administrative staff will be sworn in as •registrars. _^Al th ough registration will" be rec _o nducted from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m., ; JIdward" K. Hibshman, chairman {of vthe registration committee, has _^requested registrants to - report _ffrom 8--a. m. to 5 p. m. in the following; alphabetical sections: ;V, A through Car, 11 a. m. to 12 noon; CaS'through...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 February 1942

You Are Invited To Senior Ball _JS?3f rife; I _> . . . and you'll attend — all dressed up in one of our eye catching gowns, either formal or semi-formal. Wear one of our new spring gowns and you'll be a Queen. 'JiftVvV _» m S_^_mctrt 123 S. Allen St. Stale College THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn Stale" I'Jctablished 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, ostablished 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published dailv exceot Sunday and Monday during the Jeuilar College rear bv the students oi The Pennsylvania Stite College. _Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi March 0, 1879. Editor ,_^£S_£_ssw BuSl and Adv -M 9 r - Moss Lehman '42<a sSJ@_Pr *' James McCaughey *_42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne CStiles '42; Managing-Editor—John A. Beer '42: Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 February 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 February 1942

The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Penn State Players present Taming Of The Shrew at Schwab Auditorium TONIGHT reserved seats for only 55c match tax included _£ WALT LDisNfe ueiigimui full-lehgttt Cartoon! _m M «*J£ ICOLOR TECHN ADDED _^HH TREAT *® S^|§ 1. "Points On Arrows" Howard Hill. The World's Greatest.., Archer! 2. "Rodeo Round-Up" Exciting Sport' Reel' 3. NEWS FLASHES TODAY THRU WED EXTRA — ". — Morning Show Today — 10:30 A. M. Complete Performance Courtmen Whip Syracuse In Overtime Battle _Eweil, Glenn Lead Intramural (agers I Frosh Cagers Grab Early Lead, ; ' I'"!*1 ?!"?"J Coast To 45-36 Win Over Bisons linnc Al _Dann A f Lions At Penn A.C. Lions' Desperate Rally Special To The Collegian PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 13 — Penn State's track and field athletes dominated the win column at the Third Annual Penn A. C. track meet held in Convention Hall tonight with Barney ...

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

2,000 Will Register For Draft Today AOPi To Pledge 30 For New Record Alpha ChiO Places Second As 27 Accept Setting a landslide record among campus sororities, Alpha "Dmicron pi received 30 formal bid acceptances as rushing season ended yesterday. Alpha Chi Omega placed second, with 27 acceptances from a total of 173. Taking third place was Gamma Phi Beta with 18 acceptances. Other houses were Kappa Alpha Theta, 16; Chi Omega and Delta Gamma, 14; Alpha Epsilon Phi, 11; Zeta Tau Alpha and. Kappa Kappa Gamma, 9; Phi Mu, 7; Kappa Delta, 6; Emanon, 5; and Krimcon, 3. . Of the 291 bids issued this year_, to 225 women, 173 accepted as compared with last year's quota of 215 bids sent to 189 women with 162 accepting. From the freshman class of 363 women, 241 were sent bids with 140 accepting. Of last year's freshman class of 333, bids were given to 149 with 124 accepting. : Sophomores received 19 bids and accepted 14 bids, while last year 26 accepted of the 28 bid. Junior bids totaled ...

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

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" .._statjlishcd 13-10. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, _established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 188" Published dailv except Sunday and Monday during the _regular _Colleae year bv the students o£ The Pennsylvania licite Colleger Entered as second-class rhatter July 5, 1934 Jit the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879, Editor gSBSfc, Bus - and Adv> M9r _- l.loss Lehman '42 <s_^m_^ James McCaughey *42 _juditorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazi«r 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. _RlcKnight '42; Nfews Editor—(Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murrav "42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon "42 Credit Manager—Paul M; Goldberg '42; Circulation Maneuver—Thomas W. Allison '42; Women's Business Man...

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

He'll Be Rolling Into Rec Ha On "Track 29" for SENIOR BALL on Feb. 27 As His Crew Glenn Miller Will Bring: RAY EBERLE TEX BENEKE MARION HUTTON THE MODERNAIRES Chattanooga Choo-Choo Rolls On Time So Dont Be Late Your Ticket $3.85 WSGA Nominates Ffye Coeds 114 Sororities Extend 291 Bids; 173 Women Accept To Vie For Senior Queen Coeds May Name More Candidates Five secohd semester seniors, chosen by' settlor WSGA Senate members as Senior Queen candidates, were announced last night arid will' ,'be introduced at a women's _triass meeting iri Schwab Auditorium at 7 p. m. tomorrow. They are Joyce L. Brayton, E. Louise Hack, Dorothy J. Johnson, Betty M. _Martin, arid Barbara _4*orrehce. Additional h'ominatiohs may be mdde from the fiobr. According to Jeaft _fiabcock '42, WSGA president, Who will preside, new candidates must be present at the meeting, to be introduced by the coed who .nominates them. Candidates will be required to give pictures, at least 3 by 5 inches,...

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

• TODAY •• _yy ON THE STAGE Courtmen, Wrestlers Extend Victory Streaks Matmen Massacre West Virginia, 29-3 Cornell Sets Pool Record In Defeating yon Five Trounces Although the score reflects a decisive setback, Penn State's varsity swimmers made it a close race all the way as they went down to a 57-18 defeat at the hands of Cornell University in Glennland Pool Saturday afternoon. After overwhelming the Lions in scoring during the first part of the meet, the visitors really turned on the heat in the final event and set both a new pool record and Cornell mark in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:47.2. First places in diving and the 440 freestlye events, and a second place in the 200-yard breaststroke completed the Lions' scoring for the afternoon. By HERB ZUKAUSKAS 'Penn State's wrestling men is- sued strong warning to Cornell and Lenigh, still to be met, by decisively winning their fifth re consecutive victory as the Lions w mutilated the West Virginia ...

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

Armory Cannons Go Unnoticed Despite Legendary History 1,429 Register For Draft In Nation's Third 'R-Day' Collegian Candidates Will Meet Tonight Freshman candidates for the editorial _stajff of The Daily Collegian will meet in the paper's offices in Carnegie Hall at 7:15 p. m. today. They will be given beats and regular assignments for the first time, sifter conducting a successful. second semester sales campaign. Those freshmen who would like to try out for the staff should come to the meeting even if'they have not beeri to . any. of the previous meetings. Graduation Week Dales Announced Combined with baccalaureate services, senior commencement exercises will be held in Rec Hall on Sunday, May 10, according to the commencement week program approved yesterday by President Ralph D. Hetzel upon the recommendation of the Senate Committee on Public Occasions and the Council of Administration. _: . Dates . have also been set for Senior Class Day and Alumni Day activities, and fo...

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

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" 3"» ; .ioli~hC'J _101'V Successor to the Penn State Collegian w i . _ifoUsliecl 1004. and the Free Lance, established 1337' Published daily except Sunday and Mondav during- the regular College year by the students oC The Pennsvlvatiti 1.1. ;) I.e College. Entered as second-class matter Julv 5, 1934 •nl. l.lu; Post-ot'fice at State _College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879. Editor _^jsksj Bus. and Ady. M_$r. Floss Lehman '42 ^^ ' James McCaughey '42 Bditocial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 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. McKnieht '42; News Editor—Rtanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon •42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Mannger—Thomas W. Allison '42; Women's Business Manager —Marga...

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

IM Courtmen, _Wrestlers Advance In Tourney Play Handball Competition r ; " , _~ ir * Starts With One Ball Winter intramural sports got under way last night as nine cage teams, and 16 wrestlers advanced in tournament play; The handball singles contests will start tonight despite a lack of balls, it was announced. Scoring eight out of ten of his team's points, Bill Jacoby led the Alpha Chi Sigma five to a 10 to 3 wirt over Phi Kappa Sigma in the opening fraternity league contest. A last minute rally spelled defeat for Kappa. Sigma at .the hands of the Sigma Nu cagers by a 10 to 8 count. Bob Merker was high scorer for the victors with eight points. Martin Fulton, Phi Kappa Psi ace, took scoring honors for the evening with 12 markers as his team outscored the Theta Chi's, 25 to 16. , In another lopsided contest Triangle swamped Alpha Phi Delta, 17 to 4. Don Davis led the winners with eight counters. Delta Sigma Phi easily trounced Phi Sigma Delta by a 17 to 6 . tally after leading...

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

l/Ve, ZJke lA/omen Calling All Coeds... Debate Team Wins Honors Debating against six teams, women's dabate team tied for second place in the Shippensburg State Teachers' College contest at Shippensburg Saturday. Teams from 25 colleges participated. Florence I. Jaffy '44, constructive, anu C. Betty Freidman '44, cross-examination, for the affirmative; and' R. Helen Gordon '42, constructive, and Sa'ra M. Bailey '43, crofs-ekamination, negative, debated the question—Resolved: That the federal government should regulate all unions within the Unived States. The affirmative team defeated men's teams from American University and .Kutztown, and Bridgewater women. Losing to Bridgewater arid Houghton men, the neg-> ative team won from Dickinson men. College coaches • were - judges Clayton H. Schug, associate professor .Vf public speaking, and coach of women's debate team,,arid Paul R. Beall, instructor of public speaking and assistant coach, accompanied the {earn. Mr_^ Beall wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 February 1942

All-College Open House In Old Main Friday Night Wiii s CLUB LEADER — The Penn State Glee Club's competition in Fred Waring's National Glee Club Contest will be under the direction of Richard W. Grant, director of music. Penn State will compete with 150 colleges in the nation. * * * Provide Recreation Recruits Wanted For Marine Corps ¦ Soph _jmores, juniors, and seniors interested in applying for the Candidate's Class for Commission in.the Marine Corps Reserve will •be interviewed in 311 Old Main tomorrow from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m., it was announced by Lieut. Robert M. Port, recruiting officer, who will do the interviewing. "• The plan, as outlined by Lieutenant Port, is similar to the Naval Reserve program. Students who enlist while still in College would probably not be called to active duty until after graduation. • .For those making application tomorrow, _physicsd exams will be given by . a medical' officer who will come to'the campus sometime next mont h* Lieutenant ...

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