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

FEE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" )l:i-.ioIi.-=hed 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian . _ortaMlshed 1904. and the Free Lance, established _lOST. Published dailv except Sundav and Monday during the regular _College vear by the students o£ The Pennsylvania Utile Colleger Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 ni. tlia Post-o££ice at State College, Pa., under the act o£ March 0. 1379. Editor ,-sffiSBfcwr Bus. and Adv. Mgr, Ifoas Lehman '42 "_^_mP_*' James McCaughey '42 -HMitorial 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. Baev '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. •feature Editor—William J. McKnight' '42; News Editor—•Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice ¦_IVt. Murray '42; Women's Snorts Editor—R. Helen Gordon ;« __: v _sf _ttaitaijinij Editor This Issue -_^ » Robert E. Schooley Assistant Manoqing Edit or This Issue Donald ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 February 1942

LOST? FOUND ? See US For .. All Your Printing Needs FOB BENT? FOB SALE? fM Wrestlers Reach Quarter-Finals; _Case Teams Advance In Eliminations Four Independents, Five Fraternities Win Elimination rounds in the intra-. mural basketball tournament con-. tlnued last night as nine teams advvanced. to the second bracket of their .respective divisions. : ¦ In the feature contest of the eve-. ning_, Kappa Delta, Rho nqsed out r a;, stubborn theta Xi five by a close 15 to 13 count. With twenty sec-. onds to playi Jim Noble, Kappa . Delta Rhq ace, tallied a field goal . to break a 13. to 13 . tie and win the game for his team. ¦ Bob _TroxeH, Acacia scoring ace, .took individual scoring honors for the evening with 17 points as he . led his teammates to an 18 to 12 win over Delta Upsilon. By virtue ' . of a 10 to 0 lead at the half, the ' Delta Theta Sigma cagers were . able to swamp Chi Phi by a 20 to 10 score. By holding the Beaver House scoreless in the final half of their c...

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

and NEEDLES We have the authentic yarn for Army '..- '¦' knitting We will be glad to give you free knitting instructions Also — Domestic and Imported Yarns for sale Yarn Craft Shop 140 E. College Ave Goll Added To Queen List Florence K. Goll '42 was nominated from the floor as a Senior Queen candidate at the women's 4ik_3ss meeting last night, bringing the total number of nominees to ;:i ¦ ._¦:. Other candidates, nominated by WSGA last week, were presented nrid-their former beauty titles announced. They include, Joyce L. )1 ray ton, junior attendant; E, _Louise Hack; Dorothy J. Johnson; Betty M. Martin, freshman attendant; and Barbara Torrence, _sophomore attendant and sophomore circus attendant. - Preliminary voting will take )_ilace in the first floor lounge, Old Main, from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Thursday. Three candidates will _» ' iiy eliminated for final elections viext Tuesday. The coed elected ¦ will be announced at Senior Ball. Candidates have been, requested...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 February 1942

Monday, Tuesday Fixed For Student Registration For Short Defense Courses n„ . —T -a- -j r\ ** j- —T"^— STCD Catalogues Collegian To Award Outstanding Senior •* . T omorrow With Trophy At Mat intercollegiates the distribution The Outstanding Senior Trophy, presented annually by The Daily Collegian, will be awarded to a senior man at the wrestling intercollegiates to be staged in Rec Hall on March 14, it was revealed yesterday by Ross B. Lehman '42, Collegian editor. Several prominent seniors will toe chosen by the junior editorial board of Collegiatn and from the group one will receive the honor. Judgment will be based on the all-around merit of each senior, including the person's accomplishments during four years in College. To win the award, a selected candidate need not be an athlete. The winner will be chosen primarily for his services to the College and fellow students. The award, a 15-inch golden statuette of Victory, will be given this year for the fifth time. It was fir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 February 1942

in 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. Believe in nation's capacity to produce normal consumers goods. r. 4. Be on guard against quality decrease. 5. Use government grades wherever possible. 6. Learn about substitutes. 7. Support and use government agencies f o r consumers' aid. HEELER'S Cathauni Theatre Bldg rom '"Defense and the Consumer" Public Affairs Pamphlet _giW_^_S^^_iSS Fifth ESMDT Program Starts Registration foi the College's fifth Engineering_^ Science, and Management Defense Training program is now. under way in over 150 towns and cities throughout the State, it has been announced, by J. O. Keller, assistant to the pre . sid . ent in charge of extension,. With 30, n?. w ¦cqurse .s beingvOffered in this _ftfth _program, designed, to train men _£\nd women for vf,6_j;]f. in war. inctu . str;y, oyer 10 ,0, courses are npw _available. Th_$ m ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 February 1942

Recordings marked with asterisk (*) are in sequence for use on phonographs with automatic record changers. Come in and make your choice of selections at THE MUSIC ROOM Glonnland _Buildinc Phnne 2:511 SI alt* Cnl _esre 9 $2,495 T u x e d os in sizes 35, 36, 39, 40, 42, 44, only! 12 suits lo sell at this price. Full_^ dress suits in sizes 35 to 44. Shorts, longs, regulars! A 11 at one price, S24.95 THESE ARE JUST A FEW QF —< J. fi_*. _* •ttifflbu_, the _wfr** '*""_* "_*- _jh _MMi _iiMiliiig I ff lZ_^i _*- •_"_""'i_^" '"• _-¦_'_-', •¦- " ¦¦ '•' ;_j( --": - ¦ ' ' ¦ „ ¦ „'- ; '„- •' _¦ '• •• ¦ -" ¦ • -"_, ¦ _'-'¦_-„ -¦ ¦ .S-' rf _.if _m >>_7 BEETHOVEN'S fHANCK'S _fifei_^ak_. Symphony No. 6 in F Major ,_^ym "!\on _^ '_". P Minor _W_30_F ("Pastoral") ("10 sides—S2.99) (Part 1) (6 sides—$l,j_>_9) " " _^ _^ ¦ "l^^^_TXrr^^^ FRANCK'S BACH Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 2, 3 (6 sides—SI.99) BEETHOVEN LA TRAVIATA c, i xt n • n *!• symphony in D M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 February 1942

FROMMS State College. Pa Special Evening Slippers Sj2L95 _X\_5^^_3 # m_« 'uM Witt a You sense io ice-cold Coca-Cola a thing thai is good — a pwe, wholesome drink _wJJta the _quaJity of genuine good ihks'it and lues's. Coca-Cola delights your l eaves you happily refreshed_. taste, gra'tifles your m Vajwi _traistt _iittts (a«ii«illiit_\Y aomeo _uNoen Aurno_.tir< - of this coca-cola company _sy Coca Cola Bottling Company ot' Altoona 5.M.i_* College Call 3919 _m_&yTwW _it^^ TODAY - FRI. - SAT. mmm WILLING? She's uocrl _WMrlwW kWmww Added Pleasure "The m m: Cagey . Canary" . . a swell Merry Melody Cartoon tim_^mmsmi mwsa amts mmg_^m_^. kBUV OEFinSE BOMS & _STHITIPS _* WSGA Asks Coed Voting; Schedules Dates Women Will Cast 'Queen' Ballots All coeds were requested last night to participate in preliminary elections for Senior Queen in the first floor lounge_* Old Main, from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. today, by Jean Bab...

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

50 Hostesses «;•> . To Aid Tonight Al 'Open House ';With the naming of 50 hostesses to be stationed in five entertainment sections, plans are complete for, Old Main to throw its doors open in the first All-College Old Main Open House program from 1:30 to 12:30 tonight. . . Gerald B. Stein '44, general chairman, said it is probable the tower will be open to afford a night view of State College. Eight campus"" organizations are contributirfg to . the . program. ; Room 405 will.be inaugurated as a recreation room with barn _^dancing; Sandwich Shop will be ' the scene of dancing;' lounging, recordings, and ping-pong will b_" _offered by the Penn State ' Club; old-time movies will be shown in the Little Theater and games will be played in Room 304 and the iij-st'floor lounge. ' .'•Members of the Sandwich Shop committee are: IMA—John IL fCnode, Jr. '42, Kehl.Markley '44; ¦ThorriasE. /_iyilcox '44,. Richard S. |Curtz '43;. Campus Women's Business; Club—Helen J. Humphreys_^ B...

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

Enjoy You'll _iiiiimi V ! II The Corner unusual rHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Ks-UMfshed 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1904. and the Free Lanee. established 13*7 Published dally except Sunday and Monday during tlu regular College year by the students o£ The _Pennsylvania fjtate College. Entered as second-class matter Julv 5, 193<! at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi Match 8, 1879. Editor , e_^SSfei Bus> an<* Adv. Mgr. Rosa Lehman '42G _^ B_^K'James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazter St Phone -7U Phone 4372 ' Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—.fohn A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat _Nageltiere '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor—ijtanley J-. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon • 42. ¦ Managing Editor This Issue David Samuel...

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

THE MMKLAND MOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT BELLEFONTE. PA OFFERS DELICIOUS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DINNERS — from S.85 IN THE MAIN DINING ROOM MODERATELY PR CED BEVERAGES IN THE SHIP'S BAR The _Hoibruu Entertainment by State Men Wines, Liquors, Beers liquor, Food, Beer 6 Bishop St. Belletonle Greyhound Post House Southwest of Old Mam CLUB BREAKFASTS LUNCHEONS DINNERS SANDWICHES FOUNT A INN SERVICE Open Until 1:30 P. M. 14G N. Atherton State College DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF "THREE HITS AND A MISS" —TONIGHT—• EXCELLENT FOOD Red k White _Tetofk _ZVz Miles N. of Beliefonle Route G4 STEAKS Are Our Specialty YOU KNOW SPIDER'S Penn Belle Motel Belief antes most reasonably priced Bar and Lounge. ihe Corner Room on the Route to Bellefonte The "BENIW AIR CONDITIONED New and Different . . CIRCULAR BAR Every Night KAHLEY and His Hammond Organ 1 Mile West of Lewistown Route 22 Brockerhofi Hotel • Wine • Dine • Dance In Our Cocktail Lounge It's...

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

Rides Wanted RW—Philadelphia. Leave Friday afternoon. Return Sunday. Call Dick Pease. 2171. 2tpd 19, 20 RW — Pittsburgh or Charleroi. Leave Friday, 4 p. m. Return Sunday. Call Carl, 10 Jordan Hall. 2tpd 19, 20 W. The First National Bank Of State College Member of - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation \_3 The old saying—Kill Two B&_sfa With One Stone is a wise proverb Why-not-listen-to this and KILL the stag line with a new spring gown that can be worn again _&nd again, far into the summer? Our dresses are all of materials and make that are fashion important. _+_25wiurt _^hoi 123 S. Allen St. State College Carr To _TSffi On _Moleififfll "Fingerprinting Molecules" will be the topic of Dr:;Emmtf-Care-atari open meeting- , sponsored iby Iota Sigma Pi, national women's! chemistry honorary,, to be held in 119 New Physics at 8 p. ;m. tonight. ;¦ '* Dr. Carr, chemistry department chairman at Mt. Holyoke;. will cover results of group research proje...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 February 1942

Draftee Credit Rule Clarified The amount of credit to be allowed srudents who leave College before tl:e completion of a semester _because of the draft has been further clarified with the release of regulations covering the subject. "* Submitted by the Committee on Academic Standards and approved by the Council of Administration, the regulations follow: la. If, either by direct order from the military authorities or through the action of a Selective Service Board, a senior is called into active service within five weeks of the end of the semester or terni in which he is a candidate for the _bachelor's degree, he shall be granted a degree if he is satisfactorily passing all the required courses. lb. If such a senior _. _-_^iowever, is deficient in a small number of grade points in addition to the shortage of credits caused by his early withdrawal, he shall feel free to present his' case to the Commit ee on Academic Standards. 2. If a senior who bars been called to the armed forc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 February 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Betler Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1B8T Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year bv the students o£ The Pennsylvania . 'itate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Post-ofCice at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 11179. Editor _^_sz_& a_^ Bus- an<1 Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman _MZ^^_P_^Jam_^s McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Oifice Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles :42; Managing Editor-John A. _Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelbevg '42. Feature Eflitdr—William JyMcKnight .'42; News Editor—(Stanley 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—XHomas W. Allison '42; Women's Business Manager —Margar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 February 1942

SBlifi*1l _Pagers Await West Virginia _n s Invasion; Nittany Boxers Face Syracuse Tonight Nittany Lion fencers swept all three weapon divisions for an easy 16-11 victory over Temple's swordsmen last weekend in preparation for this Saturday's engagement with the Engineers from Lehigh:" • ; Penh State made its strongest showing in the epee competition to win the second victory of the season. Score by ' weapons: Foil—Penn State'5,' Te ' mpfe 4. Epee—Penn State &;•-Temple 3. Saber—Penn State 5, Temple 4. Baird Wins As Army Scores, 6!4-11 /2 Victory The Nittany boxers will look for greener pastures tonight when they invade Syracuse after receiving their second straight setback at the hands of the Army Cadets Saturday night, 6V6-1V_6. A rejuvenated line-up will face the veteran 'Orange team tonight. Coach L'eb Hoiick inserted Milt Dickson, Ed Gales, and Max Palena; in the roster for the Army tilt and will continue his juggling by taking Jess _Fardella instead of Dickson an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 February 1942

Rides Wanted RW—Philadelphia, Leave Friday after 1 p.m. Return Friday, Call 23 Atherton Hall 2ipd 24,25 Feb 23 RVV — Lewistown, Leave Wednesday noon. Return Thursday night. Call 409 Atherton Hall 2tp. 23, 24 To look your best foi SENIOR BALL * ¦ ¦ a Have your Tux" shirt washed by THE PENN STATE LAUNDRY Whether You're Wearing A TUX" or TIILS" You'll Have To Have Them Cleaned and Pressed Before Senior Ball!! BRING THEM TODAY TO SMITH'S Cleaning Pressing Custom Tailoring 110 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 21S2 jB& Ath East Beats Ath West, 49-21 Coeds To Cast Final Senior Queen Votes _EZZZ _Zetas Win, 54-38 Final voting for will take place in lounge, Old Main from 8 a. m., First until 5 p. m. today, announced Patricia MacKinney '43, election chairman. All coeds are urged to vote. Candidates include Dorothy J. Johnson, Betty M. Martin, and Barbara Torrence. Ballots will again be counted by Mortar Board members and Miss Nina M. Bentley, assistant, to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1942

Navy Presents Large College Training Plan .A non-militarized program of Naval training for 80,000 men a year to be carried on in the county's institutions of higher learning has been brought to the attention of the College Administration for consideration and possible su f? gestions. '/First introduced by Joseph W. Barker of - the Navy Department, purpose of the plan is to provide the Navy with a large-scale preiriduction . program and also to give incoming college students. a chance to prepare for naval ser- . .The program does not call for students wearing uniforms or participating in naval drill. The regulate, college, faculty would prepare the pre-induction curricula and give the courses. Mr. Barker pointed 'out that the Navy will accept voluntary enlistment as apprentice-seamen (V-l) of not moreHhan 80,000 men a year. Under the program, men between 17 and 19 years of age inclusrv e will continue in college at: their own expense, taking preihducticn naval training on an in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1942

KMN'S MEN'S SHOP 130 S. ALLEN ST Slate College Defense Council Salvage for Victory Campaign T wish to contribute my newspapers, magazines, rags, met als'and rubber to bercollectedbv Salvation Army Boy Scouts High School Athletic Association Place check mark opposite name of agency you desire and mail coupon to Daily Collegian office, State College ame Only Two Flays k_^ Senior Bali is two days from today. Again the -question arises— "Do 1 have all the- correct formal attire?" Kalin's as usual presents the n e w e s t and smartest styles in formal wear and accessories. TUXEDOES . , TAILS ¦ • . , A Complete Line of Accessories © Shirts * Studs ® Ties Salvage Drive Will Reach AH Extending the drive to collect salvageable material for defense to fraternities and-rooming houses, the Conservation committee of the State College Council of Defense will inaugurate its new'plan this week. Replacing, the former proposal of having trucks pick up salvage goods ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1942

"Chatanooga Choo-Choo" y* #1 i ^^^^B _t u 's 8 a-^ 1 "Moonlight Cocktail" fcSSSK-K **§¦$?! "A _StniVig Of /Ws" _p • AS Hits!! Will 'Be P /ayed Friday Night For You By GLENN MILLER AND HIS POPULAR ORCHESTRA -With Him Will Be- Ray Eberle Marion Huiton Tex Beneke The Modernaires SENIOR BALL Feb. 27 $3.85 WOLFE FLORIST 9 (_rlfcimland Building Dial 2217 _^sU-s_^ James Wolfe Class of '39 Tuxedos, fails MM Alt Sizes You'll like the excellent drape* the well set shoulders, and the quality falbric which have. gone, in to. the making of these formals. In black or midnight blue . . . FROMM'S Opposite Old Mam State College Favored Over Nittony Lion Courtmen Orange Boxers Score Four TKO_'s As Lions Drop Third Straight 5v2-21 2 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii Special To The Collegian SYRACUSE, N. Y. Feb. 24—The Penn State-boxing team lost a 5Vz-IVz battle to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1942

For SENIOR BALL Get The Best At MAREMORS 22 W. Beaver Dial 3151 See COOK "The Butcher" for FRESH, TABLE DRESSED, TURKEY. CHICKENS. DUCKS COOK'S MARKET DIAL 791 H5S. FrazierSt NOW PLAYING PEOPLE LIVE IN SHANGHAI FOR MANY REASONS . . Most of them bad! ST most «* »«4 ° ft Wk _^m _~r- 14 ». ry ISP _^ _UIBIH'". Glad News Merrie Melodie Cartoon - "All This and- - Rabbit Siaw-V. _?J Three Teaspoons Of Sugar A Day May Make The Doctor Stay Away "Although coeds dispositions might be slightly altered because of the amount of sugar now available, rationing will certainly improve general health conditions," stated Miss Ida M. Parent, assistant supervisor of dining commons, yesterday.' "Besides, more flavor can be obtained from coflee and tea by using only one tefVspoonful of sugar," :ihe pointed out. The thought that weather conditions might hold up transportation is tne reason why the dining common;; recently ordered extra bags of s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1942

85 Chem-Phys_, Ml Students Earn Honor Averages Sixty-(;wo students in the School of Chemistry and Physics and twenty-four students in the School of Mineral Industries were named to -their respective Dean's list for making an average of 2.5 or better for last semester. Three seniors in the MI School, Edward A. Kachik_, Paul Lazar, and John D. Morgan Jr., and one junior, Andrew Rostosky Jr., have been on the honor roll since they entered College. Other MI students who have earned at least a 2.5 average are listed, below according to averages. .Seniors ' — James H. Henderson, Jack D. Ramaley; and Henry H. Stoner. Juniors — William C. Banks, Vivian R.Burkhart,Dennis J. Carney, James M. Krese, George H. Smith; Irving S. Snyder.' . Sophomores — Edward J.TCleckner.r ' _, . • Freshmen — Charles E". Blakeslee,-Earle R. Cressmah, John1 E. Gaus, 'Hugo R; Larson, Gabriel R. Levirison, Robert E. Lowrie_,' Carl J. Lyons, Clyde H. Schultz, James !M. Thomas. ; The following is a list of the stu...

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